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Photodiode, 50 °, 250 pA, 580 nm, TO-5-2

VTB5051BH - Photodiode, 50 °, 250 pA, 580 nm, TO-5-2

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Manufacturer Part No:
VTB5051BH
Newark Part No.:
79K2459
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Product Overview

The VTB5051BH is a blue enhanced VTB Process Photodiode designed for spectral response between 330 and 720nm. This series of P on N silicon planar photodiode has been designed for optimum response through the visible part of the spectrum. This photodiode is primarily intended to be used in photovoltaic mode but may be used with a small reverse bias. This has also been designed to exhibit very high shunt resistance, a characteristic which leads to low offsets when used in high gain trans-impedance op-amp circuits. Cathode is common to the case. This diode has very high shunt resistance and has good blue response.
  • UV to visible spectral range
  • Integral IR blocking filter
  • Medium size active area
  • Very low dark current
  • Very high shunt resistance
  • -40 to 110°C Operating temperature range

Applications

Industrial, Sensing & Instrumentation, Imaging, Video & Vision, Automotive, Metering

Product Information

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2Pins
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TO-5
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580nm
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50°
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250pA
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-40°C
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100°C
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