UV-Enhancement Process Fortifies PIN Photodiodes

Marktech Optoelectronics introduces its Series 4 UV-enhancement process for PIN photodiodes that allows for the optimization of Marktech PIN photodiodes for accurate, effective measurements in both the UV and blue-green spectral ranges, or at 365 nm (0.22 A/W), as well as over a wavelength range of 300 nm to 1100 nm. The process further allows the Series 4 to offer high sensitivity, low noise, low dark current, low capacitance and long-term stability against UV and Gamma radiation exposures.

 

Standard Series 4 UV-enhanced PIN photodiodes are available with a choice of either a TO-46 (3-pin) or TO-5 (2-pin and 3-pin) metal can package. The Series 4 process allows Marktech PIN photodiodes to be specified within virtually any application where high-sensitivity, low-noise performance and long-term stability against UV and Gamma radiation levels are required. Typical applications include, though are not limited to, color meters, currency authentication, photometry, spectroscopy equipment, analytical systems, and fluorescence. All Series 4 UV-enhanced PIN photodiodes are 100% designed, developed, and manufactured in the USA. Units are both REACH and RoHS compliant.

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For more details and datasheets, visit Marktech Optoelectronics.

 

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