Indium Gallium Arsenide Short Form Catalog in PDF Format
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- Stable response vs. temperature
- Wide dynamic range
- High linearity
- No bias or cooling required
- Gas analysis
- Raman spectroscopy
- IR fluorescence
- Blood analysis
- Optical sorting
- Chemical detection
- Optical communication
- Optical power monitoring
- Laser diode monitoring
- Laser burn-in
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Parallel Output Arrays
Standard packaging and element configurations result in low cost and quick delivery for Judson's high-quality photodiode arrays. The 16 and 32 element InGaAs arrays respond to infrared radiation from 700nm to 1.8µm. The photodiode arrays come mounted in a dual inline 40 pin package.
Judson's NIR arrays have a parallel output format with common substrate and one pinout for each element. This format allows for independent readings from each channel.
A separate transimpedance op-amp circuit is recommended for each channel. The Judson Model PA-7:16C and PA-7:32C preamps are convenient multi-channel modules with receptacles for the array package. Transimpedance gain is specified by the user.
- Clinical Analyzers
- Near-IR Spectroscopy
- Fibert Optics
- Currency Validation
These arrays are mounted in the Judson "40P" package, a 40 pin, dual-in-line package with glass window. Pins 1 and 21 are connected to the common substrate. Elements of the 16-element array are connected to pins 23-38. The 32-element array is mounted with odd-numbered elements connected to pins 3-18 and even-numbered elements connected to pins 23-38. The gap between elements is 0.01mm.