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OSI Optoelectronics BI-SMTThe BI-SMT photodetector series from OSI Optoelectronics Inc. features single-channel, back-illuminated silicon photodiodes specifically designed to minimize dead areas on the edges of devices.

Each photodiode is designed on a square surface-mount package with dimensions similar to the actual chip, making it possible for multiple detectors to be arranged in a tiled pattern for easy scintillator coupling.

The 33BI-SMIT features an area of 5.76 mm2, while the 55BI-SMIT has a 19.36-mm2 active area, and the 1010BI-SMT features an 88.36-mm2 active area. The typical peak spectral responsivity for all three photodiodes is 920 nm.

Applications include x-ray inspection, computed tomography and general industrial tasks.

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2015

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