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UV-Enhanced Photodiode

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UV-Enhanced PhotodiodeThe UVG20S UV-enhanced detector from Opto Diode Corp. features a 5.5-mm diameter active area.

The photodiode is ideal for UV detection between 190- to 400-nm spectral wavelengths with a full spectrum of 190 to 1000 nm. The device features stable responsivity over wide temperature ranges and features 100% internal quantum efficiency from 200 to 400 nm. The photodetector is packaged with a UV quartz window epoxy-bonded in place, making it ideal for integration into new or existing systems.

The circular active area device is specially designed for high-energy detection such as laser power monitoring applications. Under test conditions at 254 nm, the UVG20S detector’s responsivity ranges from 0.105 to 0.115 A/W. Storage and operating temperatures range from -20° to 80° C.


Photonics Spectra
Mar 2021
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