SLD-70 BG2A - 

Photodiode, 60 °, 100 nA, 550 nm, Planar-2

SLD-70 BG2A - Photodiode, 60 °, 100 nA, 550 nm, Planar-2

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The SLD-70 BG2A is an infrared rejection filter Planar Photodiode designed to operate in either photoconductive or photovoltaic modes. This diode incorporates a BG filter that rejects infrared wavelengths and approximates the response of the human eye. High sensitivity and low dark current allow use in low irradiance applications.
  • Low capacitance, fast switching time
  • Linear response vs. irradiance
  • IR blocking filter
  • 100nA Maximum reverse dark current



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I bought 2 model SLD-70BG2 Infrared Rejection Filter Planar Photodiodes.
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Can you get some info to tell me how other people use these in a circuit? I thought it was a simple light controlled switch. It's always on, even in the dark.
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