ABOUT OPTO DIODE CORPORATION
Opto Diode Corporation (www.optodiode.com) based in Camarillo, California has a long history of delivering industry-leading photodetectors and LEDs. Available in standard and custom designs, Opto Diode products have supported the photonics industry for over 30 years and earned a reputation for high performance, superior quality and reliability. With the acquisition of International Radiation Detectors (IRD) and the merger of Cal Sensors (CSI), Opto Diode now offers industry-leading performance detectors from the extreme UV to the mid-infrared (mid-IR) regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. The IRD product line detects high energy particles and photons in the UV and X-ray regions. The CSI detectors provide superior sensitivity to discriminate trace gases or detect heat, sparks or flames in the mid-IR spectrum.
Complemented by high performance LEDs with radiometric emissions from 365 to 940 nm and IR emitters covering 1 to 10 microns, Opto Diode supports your measurement needs from prototyping to high volume production. All products are designed and manufactured in the US. The Opto Diode facility is optimized for manufacturing with on-site wafer fabrication, class 1,000 to 10,000 clean rooms, extensive assembly capabilities and packaging expertise, delivering the products you need to fulfill your design requirements. Applying rigorous quality control standards, Opto Diode serves a variety of industries including: medical, test & measurement, military/defense, biotechnology, R&D, entertainment, industrial, aerospace and automotive. For more information, visit www.optodiode.com.
Opto Diode’s New UV-Enhanced Detector With 5.5 mm Diameter Active Area
Opto Diode Corporation, an ITW company, announces an ultraviolet-enhanced detector featuring a 5.5 mm diameter active area, the UVG20S. The photodiode is ideal for UV detection between 190 nm to 400 nm spectral wavelengths with a full spectrum of 190 nm out to 1000 nm. The device features stable responsivity over wide temperature ranges and features 100% internal quantum efficiency from 200 to 400nm.
Opto Diode Offers High-Power GaAlAs IRLED Illuminator
Opto Diode Corporation, an ITW company, announces a gallium aluminum arsenide (GaAlAs) near-infrared (IR) LED illuminator with ultra-high-power output, the OD-663-850. Specially designed for use in surveillance and night vision applications, the device has a very uniform optical beam with a peak emission wavelength of 850 nm.
Opto Diode’s High-Temperature Infrared LED With Wide Angle Of Emission
Opto Diode Corporation, an ITW company, announces the OD-110WISOLHT, a high-temperature, wide-angle infrared light-emitting diode (IRLED) specially designed for high-temperature applications, such as covert exterior aircraft lighting.
Opto Diode Introduces A High-Temperature Infrared Emitter With Narrow Angle Of Emission
Opto Diode Corporation, an ITW company, introduces the OD-110LISOLHT, a high-power, gallium aluminum arsenide (GaAlAs) infrared light-emitting diode (IRLED) illuminator. With a narrow angle of emission and a wide temperature rating, the new IR emitter is ideal for applications in industrial and defense/military tasks, such as exterior covert lighting on aircraft.
Opto Diode Introduces An Ultraviolet-Enhanced Circular Photodetector
Opto Diode Corporation, an ITW company, introduces the UVG5S, an ultraviolet-enhanced photodiode with a 5 mm² circular active area. The new device is ideal for detection between 225 nm and 400 nm and features less than 2% response degradation after exposure to 7000J/cm2 at 254 nm. With 100% internal quantum efficiency from 200 nm to 365 nm, the UVG5S is ideal for laser power monitoring tasks and other high-energy detection applications.
Design Challenge Accepted
At 2016’s Photonics West, Ray Fontayne provided us with a general overview of Opto Diode and the markets they serve.
New Detector For Beam Position Monitoring, UV Scanners, And Inspection Tools
Opto Diode’s national sales manager Stan Duda kept us up to date on some new developments at Opto Diode. Watch the video to learn more about a new EUV compatible position sensing detector covering the 0.1 nm to 400 nm spectral range.
UV-Enhanced Detector With 5.5 mm Diameter Active Area: UVG20S Datasheet
Opto Diode offers a new ultraviolet-enhanced detector featuring UV detection between 190 nm and 400 nm spectral wavelength, with a full spectrum of 190 nm out of 1000 nm. The device features stable responsivity over wide temperature ranges and 100% internal quantum efficiency from 200 to 400 nm. It has a circular active area specially designed for high energy detection, such as for laser power monitoring applications.
High-Temperature Infrared Emitter With Narrow Angle Of Emission: OD-110LISOLHT Datasheet
The OD-110LISOLHT is a high-power, GaAlAs infrared light-emitting diode (IRLED) illuminator. This device features a narrow angle of emission and a wide temperature rating for use in several industrial and defense/military applications, such as exterior covert lighting on an aircraft.
Rectangular Photodiode For Electron Detection: AXUV300C Datasheet
The AXUV300C photodiode from Opto Diode offers a large, 331 mm2 rectangular active area with no window to allow for detection of energy shorter than 200 nm. Other features include a response time of 15 microseconds and electron detection as low as 200 eV.
High-Speed, 9 mm² Circular Photodiode For Electron Detection: AXUV63HS1 Datasheet
The AXUV63HS1 high-speed photodetector is designed with a circular active area of 9 mm diameter and is ideally suited for electron detection. This detector features a typical rise time of 10 nsec, a minimum dark current of 100 nA, and a minimum reverse breakdown voltage of 160 V. Storage and operating temperatures range from -10 °C to +40 °C (ambient) and from -20 °C to +80 °C in nitrogen or vacuum environments.
5 mm2 Circular Photodiodes For Radiation Detection: AXUV20A Series Datasheet
The AXUV20A Circular Photodetectors are designed specifically for radiation, electron, and photon response in the ultraviolet (UV), extreme ultraviolet (EUV), through visible and near-infrared (IR) wavelength ranges. Each circular diode has an active area of a 5.5 mm diameter with excellent sensitivity to low energy electrons.