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BPW43 Vishay Telefunken Silicon PIN Photodiode Description BPW43 is a very high speed PIN photodiode in a standard T–1¾ plastic package. Due to its waterclear epoxy the device is sensitive to visible and infrared radiation. It features low capacitance and high speed even at low supply voltages. Features D D D D D Extra fast response times Radiant sensitive area A=0.78mm2 Standard T–1¾ (ø 5 mm ) clear package Angle of half sensitivity ϕ = ± 25° Suitable for visible and near infrared radiation 9
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  BPW43 Vishay Telefunken 1 (5)Rev. 2, 20-May-99www.vishay.comDocument Number 81523 Silicon PIN Photodiode Description BPW43 is a very high speed PIN photodiode in a stan-dard T–1 ¾       plastic package. Due to its waterclearepoxy the device is sensitive to visible and infraredradiation.It features low capacitance and high speed even at lowsupply voltages. Features D      Extra fast response times D      Radiant sensitive area A=0.78mm 2 D      Standard T–1 ¾       (ø 5 mm ) clear package D      Angle of half sensitivity ϕ = ± 25 °    D      Suitable for visible and near infrared radiation 94 8391 Applications High speed photo detector Absolute Maximum Ratings T amb = 25 _     CParameterTest ConditionsSymbolValueUnitReverse VoltageV R 32VPower DissipationT amb   x       25 °    CP V 215mWJunction TemperatureT  j 100 °    CStorage Temperature RangeT stg  –25...+100 °    CSoldering Temperaturet x       3 sT sd 245 °    CThermal Resistance Junction/AmbientR thJA 350K/W  BPW43 Vishay Telefunken 2 (5)Rev. 2, 20-May-99www.vishay.comDocument Number 81523 Basic Characteristics T amb = 25 _        CParameterTest ConditionsSymbolMinTypMaxUnitBreakdown VoltageI R = 100 m    A, E = 0V (BR) 32VReverse Dark CurrentV R = 10 V, E = 0I ro 110nADiode CapacitanceV R = 0 V, f = 1 MHz, E = 0C D 4pFV R = 5 V, f = 1 MHz, E = 0C D 1.5pFV R = 10 V, f = 1 MHz, E = 0C D 1.3pFOpen Circuit VoltageE A = 1 klxV o 320mVShort Circuit CurrentE A = 1 klxI k 12 m    AE e = 1 mW/cm 2 , l    = 950 nmI k 6 m    AReverse Light CurrentE A = 1 klx, V R = 5 VI ra 15 m    AE e = 1 mW/cm 2 , l    = 950 nm, V R = 5 VI ra 48 m    AAngle of Half Sensitivity ϕ ± 25degWavelength of Peak Sensitivity l    p 900nmRange of Spectral Bandwidth l    0.5 550...1000nmRise TimeV R = 10 V, R L = 50 W     , l    = 820 nmt r 4nsFall TimeV R = 10 V, R L = 50 W     , l    = 820 nmt f 4ns Typical Characteristics (T amb = 25 _        C unless otherwise specified) 204060801101001000    I  –   R  e  v  e  r  s  e   D  a  r   k   C  u  r  r  e  n   t   (  n   A   )   r  o T amb – Ambient Temperature ( ° C )100 94 8427   V R =10V Figure 1. Reverse Dark Current vs. Ambient Temperature 0204060800.60.81.01.21.4    I  –   R  e   l  a   t   i  v  e   R  e  v  e  r  s  e   L   i  g   h   t   C  u  r  r  e  n   t   r  a  r  e   l T amb – Ambient Temperature ( ° C )100 94 8416 V R =5V l    =950nm Figure 2. Relative Reverse Light Current vs.Ambient Temperature  BPW43 Vishay Telefunken 3 (5)Rev. 2, 20-May-99www.vishay.comDocument Number 81523 0.11101000.010.11    I  –   R  e  v  e  r  s  e   L   i  g   h   t   C  u  r  r  e  n   t   (   A   )   r  a E e – Irradiance ( mW/cm 2 )10 94 8428    m V R =5V l     =950nm Figure 3. Reverse Light Current vs. Irradiance 0.1110110100V R – Reverse Voltage ( V )100 94 8429    I  –   R  e  v  e  r  s  e   L   i  g   h   t   C  u  r  r  e  n   t   (   A   )   r  a    m 1mW/cm 2 0.5mW/cm 2 0.2mW/cm 2 l     =950nm Figure 4. Reverse Light Current vs. Reverse Voltage 024680.1110    C  –   D   i  o   d  e   C  a  p  a  c   i   t  a  n  c  e   (  p   F   )    D V R – Reverse Voltage ( V )100 94 8430 E=0f=1MHz Figure 5. Diode Capacitance vs. Reverse Voltage 35055075095000.20.40.60.81.01150 94 8435    S   (   )  –   R  e   l  a   t   i  v  e   S  p  e  c   t  r  a   l   S  e  n  s   i   t   i  v   i   t  y   r  e   l l     – Wavelength ( nm )    l Figure 6. Relative Spectral Sensitivity vs. Wavelength 0.40.200.20.4    S  –   R  e   l  a   t   i  v  e   S  e  n  s   i   t   i  v   i   t  y   r  e   l 0.6 94 8431 0.60.90.80 ° 30 ° 10 ° 20 ° 40 ° 50 ° 60 ° 70 ° 80 ° 0.71.0 Figure 7. Relative Radiant Sensitivity vs.Angular Displacement  BPW43 Vishay Telefunken 4 (5)Rev. 2, 20-May-99www.vishay.comDocument Number 81523 Dimensions in mm 96 12192

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