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Photodiode, 65 °, 2 nA, 900 nm, DIP-2

BPW34 - Photodiode, 65 °, 2 nA, 900 nm, DIP-2

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Manufacturer:
VISHAY VISHAY
Manufacturer Part No:
BPW34
Newark Part No.:
32C9150
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Product Overview

The BPW34 is a silicon PIN Photodiode with high speed and high radiant sensitivity in miniature, flat, top view, clear plastic package. It is sensitive to visible and near infrared radiation.
  • 7.5mm² Radiant sensitive area
  • High photo sensitivity
  • High radiant sensitivity
  • Suitable for visible and near infrared radiation
  • Fast response times
  • 65° Angle of half sensitivity

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Product Information

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2Pins
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DIP
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900nm
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65°
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2nA
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-40°C
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100°C
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Max. possible irradiance is only limited by the max. power dissipation, e.g. if a reverse voltage of 60V is applied: Imax<=Pvmax / VR = 215mW / 60V = 3,58mA

This would end at about 70mW/cm2
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