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Transcript
Infrared Light Emitting Diodes
LN55
GaAs Infrared Light Emitting Diode
Unit : mm
For optical control systems
4.2±0.3
2.3 1.9
4.5±0.3
4.8±0.3
2.4 2.4
Not soldered
ø3.5±0.2
Features
High-power output, high-efficiency : PO = 3.5 mW (typ.)
2.8
1.8
1.0
Suited for use with silicon photodetectors
12.8 min.
10.0 min.
Infrared light emission close to monochromatic light : λP = 950 nm (typ.)
High-speed modulation capability
2-0.98±0.2
2-0.45±0.15
0.45±0.15
Absolute Maximum Ratings (Ta = 25˚C)
Parameter
*
Symbol
Ratings
Unit
Power dissipation
PD
75
mW
Forward current (DC)
IF
50
mA
Pulse forward current
IFP
*
1
A
Reverse voltage (DC)
VR
3
V
Operating ambient temperature
Topr
–25 to +85
˚C
Storage temperature
Tstg
–30 to +100
˚C
2.54
1.2
R1.75
1
2
1: Cathode
2: Anode
f = 100 Hz, Duty cycle = 0.1 %
Electro-Optical Characteristics (Ta = 25˚C)
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
min
typ
Unit
Radiant power
PO
IF = 50mA
3.5
mW
Peak emission wavelength
λP
IF = 50mA
950
nm
Spectral half band width
∆λ
IF = 50mA
50
Forward voltage (DC)
VF
IF = 50mA
Reverse current (DC)
IR
VR = 3V
Capacitance between pins
Ct
VR = 0V, f = 1MHz
50
pF
Half-power angle
θ
The angle in which radiant intencity is 50%
35
deg.
IF — Ta
1.8
max
IFP — Duty cycle
10
µA
80
Ta = 25˚C
10 2
Ta = 25˚C
70
30
20
10
10
IF (mA)
40
1
Forward current
IFP (A)
50
Pulse forward current
IF (mA)
V
IF — VF
60
Allowable forward current
nm
1.5
10 –1
60
50
40
30
20
10 –2
10
0
– 25
0
20
40
60
80
Ambient temperature Ta (˚C )
100
10
–3
10 –2
10 –1
1
Duty cycle (%)
10
10 2
0
0
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
Forward voltage VF (V)
1
Infrared Light Emitting Diodes
LN55
∆PO — IF
IFP — VF
tw = 10µs
Duty Cycle = 0.1%
Ta = 25˚C
Ta = 25˚C
10 2
10
1
Relative radiant power ∆PO
100
10 3
10 –1
∆PO — IFP
10 4
120
Relative radiant power ∆PO
Pulse forward current IFP (mA)
10 4
80
60
40
(1)
10 3
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
10 2
tw = 10µs
(1) f = 100Hz
(2) f = 21kHz
(3) f = 42kHz
(4) f = 60kHz
(5) DC
Ta = 25˚C
10
20
0
1
2
3
Forward voltage
4
0
5
0
10
VF (V)
20
30
Forward current
40
50
1
10
60
IF (mA)
10 2
∆PO — Ta
VF — Ta
1000
10mA
0.8
0.4
0
– 40
0
40
80
Ambient temperature
120
Ta (˚C )
Spectral characteristics
10 2
10
1
– 40
0
40
Ambient temperature
80
980
960
940
920
900
– 40
120
Ta (˚C )
10˚
0
40
80
Ambient temperature
Directivity characteristics
0˚
100
IF = 50mA
Peak emission wavelength λP (nm)
IF = 50mA
Relative radiant power ∆PO
Forward voltage VF (V)
IF = 50mA
1.2
Frequency characteristics
20˚
10 2
Ta = 25˚C
60
60
50
40
40
30
20
20
30˚
40˚
50˚
60˚
70˚
10
Modulation output
80
70
Relative radiant intensity(%)
Relative radiant intensity (%)
90
120
Ta (˚C )
100
80
10 4
IFP (mA)
λP — Ta
10 3
1.6
10 3
Pulse forward current
1
10 –1
80˚
90˚
0
860
900
940
980
Wavelength
2
1020 1060 1100
λ (nm)
10 –2
1
10
Frequency
10 2
f (kHz)
10 3
Caution for Safety
Gallium arsenide material (GaAs) is used
in this product.
DANGER
Therefore, do not burn, destroy, cut, crush, or chemically decompose the product, since gallium arsenide
material in powder or vapor form is harmful to human
health.
Observe the relevant laws and regulations when disposing of the products. Do not mix them with ordinary industrial waste or household refuse when disposing of
GaAs-containing products.
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and semiconductors described in this material
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applied circuit examples of the products. It does not constitute the warranting of industrial property, the granting
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2001 MAR