InGaAs photodiodes offer superb response from 900nm to 1700nm, perfect for telecom and near IR detection. The 75 and 120 micron photodiodes are offered in isolated TO-46 packages with a lensed cap for single mode and multi-mode fiber coupling. These two sizes are also available with actively aligned FC receptacles. The 70 micron photodiode is perfect for high bandwidth applications while the 120 micron photodiode is perfect for active alignment applications. The 3mm photodiode is isolated in a TO-5 package with a broadband double sided AR-coated window. With the high shunt resistance, the 3mm photodiode is suitable for high sensitivity to weak signal applications.
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● Response Range From 900nm to 1700nm
● Package Supports Single and Multi-Mode Fiber Coupling
● 1.3 micron and 1.55 micron sensitivity
● High Responsivity
● Both Small Area (High Speed) and Large Area
Tsub=25°C, CW bias unless stated otherwise
Typical characteristical curve
Responsivity, R (A/W)
Wavelength, λ (nm)
Application electric circuit
Absolute Maximem Ratings
Axial Pull Force
Side Pull Force
Fiber Bend Radius
PD electrostatic Discharge
PD Forward Current
Lead Soldering time
● Optical fiber communication
● Optical fiber Sensors
□□□□：Cut off Wavelength
XX: Package/Fiber and Connector Type
FSA=SMF-28E Fiber coupled+ FC/APC
FSP=SMF-28E Fiber coupled + FC/PC
FPP=PM Fiber Fiber coupled + FC/PC
FPA=PM Fiber Fiber coupled + FC/APC
Safety and Operating Considerations
This device operates under reverse bias voltage, and the polarity of the device can’t be reversed.
Operating the Photodiode outside of its maximum ratings may cause device failure or a safety hazard. Power supplies used with this component cannot exceed maximum peak optical power.
ESD PROTECTION—Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is the primary cause of unexpected laser diode failure. Take extreme precaution to prevent ESD. Use wrist straps, grounded work surfaces, and rigorous antistatic techniques when handling Photodiodes.