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The ultra-low-noise H1-series is supplied in a 12-pin TO-8 package and features a built-in temperature sensor to allow temperature compensation. The maximum bandwidth is 1 MHz to 25 MHz depending on the version.
  • APD Type: Si, InGaAs
  • Operational Wavelength (Typical): 400 - 1100 nm
  • Operational Wavelength Range: 900 - 1700 nm
Data Sheet
Silicon Avalanche Photodiodes are used in the wavelength range between 250 nm and 1100 nm. The avalanche effect of these photodiodes make them well suited for the detection of extremely weak light intensities. Different versions are optimized for each of their own wavelength ranges.
  • APD Type: Si
  • Operational Wavelength (Typical): 250 - 1100 nm
  • Operational Wavelength Range: 250 - 1100 nm
Data Sheet
The IAG-series avalanche photodiode is the largest commercially available InGaAs APD with high responsivity and extremely fast rise and fall times throughout the 1000 to 1630nm wavelength range. The peak responsitivity at 1550 nm is ideally suited to eye-safe range finding applications.
  • APD Type: InGaAs
  • Operational Wavelength (Typical): 1550 nm
  • Operational Wavelength Range: 1000 - 1630 nm
Data Sheet
The SAH230M2 and SAH500M2 are low-cost, general purpose silicon APDs in a miniature SMD package. Responsivity is optimized for 850nm and 905nm rangefinders.
  • APD Type: Si
  • Operational Wavelength (Typical): 905 nm
  • Operational Wavelength Range: 400 - 1000 nm
Data Sheet
The customized Si APD arrays feature high sensitivity and low crosstalk, optimized for the 800 - 900 nm wavelength range. The arrays can readily be configured at variable dimensions from 8 to 16 elements. Higher pixel count and multi-row configurations are possible as well. Additional options include integrated electronics and ...
  • APD Type: HgCdTe
  • Operational Wavelength (Typical): 800 - 900 nm
  • Operational Wavelength Range: 800 - 900 nm
Data Sheet
The OSI Laser Diode Inc LAPD 3030-SMR is a 30um InGaAs APD housed in a 3 pin coaxial packagecoupled to an SMF pigtail. The low noise, high sensitivity and broad Vbr curve make LAPD 3030-SMR idealfor OTDR\'s, range finders, and high sensitivity line receivers. Other breakdown voltage ranges available onrequest. The LAPD 3030 coaxial ...
  • APD Type: InGaAs
  • Operational Wavelength (Typical): 1550 nm
  • Operational Wavelength Range: 1260 - 1650 nm
  • Operating Temp. Range: -40 - 85 oC
  • Active Area Diameter: 30 UM
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Data Sheet
The LAPD 1550-30R is a 30um InGaAs mesa structure APD housed in a hermetic 3 pin TO46 Packagewith lens cap. The low noise, high sensitivity and broad Vbr curve make the LAPD 1550-30R APD idealfor use in range finders and high sensitivity line receivers. The device is RoHS compliant.
  • APD Type: InGaAs
  • Operational Wavelength (Typical): 1550 nm
  • Operational Wavelength Range: 1260 - 1650 nm
  • Responsivity: 1 A/W
  • Dark Current: 30 nA
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Data Sheet
The LAPD 1550-200R is a 200um InGaAs APD housed in a hermetic 3 pin TO46 Package. The low noise and high sensitivityof the LAPD 1550-200R APD make it ideal for use in range finding, sensors, OTDRs and any other low light level detectionapplication.
  • APD Type: InGaAs
  • Operational Wavelength (Typical): 1250 nm
  • Operational Wavelength Range: 800 - 1700 nm
  • Dark Current: 20 nA
  • Bandwidth: 200 MHz
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Data Sheet

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Avalanche photodiode (APD) finds its application in laser range finders, optical tomography, fiber optic communication systems, LIDAR, fluorescence detection, particle sizing and other photon counting situations. It has the advantage of high sensitivity and high response time. APDs are generally recommended for high bandwidth applications or where internal gain is needed to overcome high preamplifier noise. APDs are commercially available that span the wavelength range from 300nm to 1700nm. Silicon APDs can be used at wavelengths of 300nm-1100nm, Germanium: 800nm-1600nm, and InGaAs: 900nm-1700nm. Quantum efficiency, total leakage current and noise are important factors in choosing the right APD for your application.