Advanced Photonix Red Enhanced Silicon Photodiodes

Advanced Photonix Red Enhanced Silicon Photodiodes

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Advanced Photonix Red Enhanced Silicon Photodiodes offer a variety of features and packages for numerous applications. The SD113-24-21-021 is a RED enhanced Bi-Cell silicon photodiode with a gap of 100µm. It is ideal for accurate nulling, centering, or measuring small positional changes packaged in a hermetic TO-5 metal package. The SD 197-23-21-041 is a red enhanced quad-cell silicon photodiode used for nulling, centering, or measuring small positional changes packaged in a hermetic TO-8 metal package.

The SD 445-14-21-305 is a 10mm x 10mm active area high-performance RED enhanced silicon PIN photodiode packaged in a 2-pin leaded hermetic ceramic package. The PDB-C160SM is a high-quality and reliable plastic encapsulated 7.0mm2 RED enhanced silicon photodiode designed for high-speed response time applications. The device is excellent for mounting on PCB and handheld devices in harsh environments. The PDB-C612-2 is a 90mm2 RED enhanced solderable die silicon photodiode designed for applications requiring a large active area photodiode with low capacitance and high-speed response time. The device is available with and without flying 165mm long leads. The PDB-C613-2 is an 88mm2 RED enhanced solderable die silicon photodiode designed for applications requiring a large active area photodiode with low capacitance and high-speed response time. The device is available with and without flying 159mm long leads.

more information: https://www.advancedphotonix.com

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