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Transcript
20 mm (0.8 inch)
Seven Segment Displays
Technical Data
HDSP-340X Series
HDSP-390X Series
HDSP-420X Series
HDSP-860X Series
HDSP-N15X Series
Features
• Industry Standard Size
• Industry Standard Pinout
15.24 mm (0.6 in.) DIP Leads
on 2.54 mm (0.1 in.) Centers
• Choice of Colors
Red, AlGaAs Red, High
Efficiency Red, Yellow, Green
• Excellent Appearance
Evenly Lighted Segments
Mitered Corners on Segments
Gray Package Gives Optimum
Contrast
± 50° Viewing Angle
• Design Flexibility
Common Anode or Common
Cathode
Left and Right Hand Decimal
Points
± 1. Overflow Character
• Categorized for Luminous
Intensity
Yellow and Green Categorized
•
•
•
•
for Color
Use of Like Categories Yields a
Uniform Display
High Light Output
High Peak Current
Excellent for Long Digit
String Multiplexing
Intensity and Color
Selection Option
See Intensity and Color
Selected Displays Data Sheet
Sunlight Viewable AlGaAs
Description
The 20 mm (0.8 inch) LED seven
segment displays are designed
for viewing distances up to 10
metres (33 feet). These devices
use an industry standard size
package and pinout. All devices
are available as either common
anode or common cathode.
These displays are ideal for most
applications. Pin for pin
equivalent displays are also
available in a low current design.
The low current displays are ideal
for portable applications. For
additional information see the
Low Current Seven Segment
Displays data sheet.
Devices
Red
AlGaAs[1]
HER
Yellow
Green
HDSP-
HDSP-
HDSP-
HDSP-
HDSP-
3400
N150
3900
4200
8600
Common Anode Left Hand Decimal
A
3401
N151
3901
4201
8601
Common Anode Right Hand Decimal
B
3403
N153
3903
4203
8603
Common Cathode Right Hand Decimal
C
3405
N155
3905
4205
8605
Common Cathode Left Hand Decimal
D
3406
N156
3906
4206
8606
Universal ± 1. Overflow[2]
E
Package
Description
Drawing
Notes:
1. These displays are recommended for high ambient light operation. Please refer to the HDSP-N10X AlGaAs data sheet for low
current operation.
2. Universal pinout brings the anode and cathode of each segment's LED out to separate pins. See internal diagram E.
2
Package Dimensions
Internal Circuit Diagram
A
B
C
D
E
3
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Red
HDSP-3400
Series
AlGaAs Red
HDSP-N150
Series
HER
HDSP-3900
Series
Yellow
HDSP-4200
Series
115
96
105
105
105
mW
Peak Forward Current per
Segment or DP
200[1]
160[3]
135[5]
135[5]
90[7]
mA
DC Forward Current per
Segment or DP
50[2]
40[4]
40[6]
40[6]
30[8]
mA
Operating Temperature
Range
-40 to +100
-20 to +100[9]
-40 to +100
°C
Description
Average Power per Segment
or DP
-40 to +100
Storage Temperature Range
-55 to +100
°C
3.0
V
260
°C
Reverse Voltage per
Segment or DP
Lead Solder Temperature
for 3 Seconds (1.60 mm
[0.063 in.] below seating
plane)
Notes:
1. See Figure 1 to establish pulsed conditions.
2. Derate above 45°C at 0.83 mA/°C.
3. See Figure 2 to establish pulsed conditions.
4. Derate above 55°C at 0.8 mA/°C.
5. See Figure 7 to establish pulsed conditions.
Green
HDSP-8600
Series
Units
6.
7.
8.
9.
Derate above 50°C at 0.73 mA/°C.
See Figure 8 to establish pulsed conditions.
Derate above 50°C at 0.54 mA/°C.
For operation below -20°C, contact your local Agilent
components sales office or an authorized distributor.
Electrical/Optical Characteristics at TA = 25°C
Red
Device
Series
HDSP340X
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Luminous Intensity/Segment[1,2]
(Digit Average)
IV
500
1200
Forward Voltage/Segment or DP
VF
1.6
λPEAK
655
nm
Dominant Wavelength[3]
λd
640
nm
Reverse Voltage/Segment or DP [4]
VR
20
V
Peak Wavelength
3.0
Max.
2.0
Units
Test Conditions
µcd
IF = 20 mA
V
IF = 20 mA
Temperature Coefficient of
VF /Segment or DP
∆VF /°C
-2
mV/°C
Thermal Resistance LED Junctionto-Pin
RθJ-PIN
375
°C/W
IR = 100 µA
4
AlGaAs Red
Device
Series
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Luminous Intensity/Segment[1,2,5]
(Digit Average)
IV
6.0
14.0
mcd
IF = 20 mA
1.8
V
IF = 20 mA
Forward Voltage/Segment or DP
VF
V
IF = 100 mA
2.0
HDSPN15X
Max.
3.0
Units
λPEAK
645
nm
Dominant Wavelength[3]
λd
637
nm
Reverse Voltage/Segment or DP[4]
VR
15
V
Peak Wavelength
3.0
Temperature Coefficient of
VF /Segment or DP
∆V F/°C
-2
mV/°C
Thermal Resistance LED Junctionto-Pin
RθJ-PIN
430
°C/W/
Seg
Test Conditions
IR = 100 µA
High Efficiency Red
Device
Series
Parameter
Luminous Intensity/Segment[1,2]
(Digit Average)
Forward Voltage/Segment or DP
HDSP390X
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units
3350
7000
µcd
IF = 100 mA Peak:
1 of 5 df
4800
µcd
IF = 20 mA
V
IF = 100 mA
IV
VF
2.6
λPEAK
635
nm
Dominant Wavelength[3]
λd
626
nm
Reverse Voltage/Segment or DP[4]
VR
25
V
Peak Wavelength
3.0
3.5
Temperature Coefficient of
VF /Segment or DP
∆V F/°C
-2
mV/°C
Thermal Resistance LED Junctionto-Pin
RθJ-PIN
375
°C/W/
Seg
Test Conditions
IR = 100 µA
5
Yellow
Device
Series
Parameter
Luminous Intensity/Segment[1,2]
(Digit Average)
Forward Voltage/Segment or DP
HDSP420X
Peak Wavelength
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units
2200
7000
µcd
IF = 100 mA Peak:
1 of 5 df
3400
µcd
IF = 20 mA
V
IF = 100 mA
IV
VF
2.6
λPEAK
583
3.5
Test Conditions
nm
Dominant Wavelength[3,6]
λd
581.5
586
Reverse Voltage/Segment or DP [4]
VR
3.0
25.0
V
592.5
nm
Temperature Coefficient of
VF /Segment or DP
∆V F/°C
-2
mV/°C
Thermal Resistance LED Junctionto-Pin
RθJ-PIN
375
°C/W/
Seg
IR = 100 µA
Green
Device
Series
HDSP860X
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
680
1500
µcd
IF = 10 mA
1960
µcd
IF = 50 mA Peak:
1 of 5 df
Luminous Intensity/Segment[1,2]
(Digit Average)`
IV
Forward Voltage/Segment or DP
VF
2.1
λPEAK
566
Dominant Wavelength[3,6]
λd
571
Reverse Voltage/Segment or DP [4]
VR
Peak Wavelength
3.0
Max.
2.5
Units
V
Test Conditions
IF = 10 mA
nm
577
nm
50.0
V
Temperature Coefficient of
VF /Segment or DP
∆V F/°C
-2
mV/°C
Thermal Resistance LED Junctionto-Pin
RθJ-PIN
375
°C/W/
Seg
IR = 100 µA
Notes:
1. Case temperature of the device immediately prior to the intensity measurement is 25°C.
2. The digits are categorized for luminous intensity. The intensity category is designated by a letter on the side of the package.
3. The dominant wavelength, λd, is derived from the CIE chromaticity diagram and is that single wavelength which defines the color of
the device.
4. Typical specification for reference only. Do not exceed absolute maximum ratings.
5. For low current operation, the AlGaAs Red HDSP-N100 series displays are recommended. They are tested at 1 mA dc/segment and
are pin for pin compatible with the HDSP-N150 series.
6. The Yellow (HDSP-4200) and Green (HDSP-8600) displays are categorized for dominant wavelength. The category is designated by
a number adjacent to the luminous intensity category letter.
6
OPERATION IN
THIS REGION
REQUIRES
TEMPERATURE
DERATING
OF I DC MAX.
10,000
IPEAK
IPEAK
I DC MAX
1000
DC OPERATION
1
0.1
1
t P – PULSE DURATION – µs
200
45
180
RED
35
AlGaAs RED
30
25
20
R θ J-A= 525°C/W
15
10
1000
10,000
RED
160
140
AlGaAs RED
120
100
80
60
40
20
5
0
10
0
20
30
40 50
60
70 80
90 100 110
0
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0
V F – FORWARD CURRENT – V
TA – AMBIENT TEMPERATURE – °C
Figure 3. Maximum Allowable DC Current vs.
Ambient Temperature.
Figure 4. Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage.
2.50
1.2
RED
2.25
µœPEAK – RELATIVE EFFICIENCY
(NORMALIZED TO 1 AT 20 mA)
RELATIVE LUMINOUS INTENSITY
(NORMALIZED TO 1 AT 20 mA)
100
Figure 2. Maximum Allowed Peak Current vs. Pulse
Duration – AlGaAs Red.
50
40
10
t P – PULSE DURATION – µs
I F – FORWARD CURRENT PER
SEGMENT – mA
I DC MAX – MAXIMUM DC CURRENT PER
SEGMENT – mA
Figure 1. Maximum Allowable Peak Current vs. Pulse
Duration – Red.
Z
0H
10
HZ
0
100
30
10
HZ
1k
Z
DC OPERATION
1
1
10
kH
HZ
HZ
OPERATION IN
THIS REGION
REQUIRES
TEMPERATURE
DERATING
OF I DC MAX.
HZ
3k
0
100
10
0
Z
Z
Z
kH
kH
kH
30
1
3
10
IDC MAX
10
RATIO OF MAXIMUM OPERATING PEAK
CURRENT TO TEMPERATURE DERATED
MAXIMUM DC CURRENT
100
10
RATIO OF MAXIMUM OPERATING PEAK
CURRENT TO TEMPERATURE DERATED
MAXIMUM DC CURRENT
Red, AlGaAs Red
2.00
1.75
1.50
1.25
AlGaAs RED
1.00
0.75
0.50
1.1
RED
1.0
AlGaAs RED
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.25
0
0
5
10
15
20 25
30
35 40
45 50
I F – FORWARD CURRENT PER SEGMENT – mA
Figure 5. Relative Luminous Intensity vs. DC
Forward Current.
0.6
2
3 4 5
10
20 30 40 50
100
200
I PEAK – PEAK FORWARD CURRENT
PER SEGMENT
Figure 6. Relative Efficiency (Luminous Intensity
per Unit Current) vs. Peak Current.
7
RATIO OF MAXIMUM OPERATING PEAK
CURRENT TO TEMPERATURE DERATED
MAXIMUM DC CURRENT
IPEAK
IDC MAX
100
1000
10,000
15
R J-A = 525° C/W
θ
5
90 100 110
140
120
100
YELLOW
HER
80
60
40
GREEN
20
0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
V F – FORWARD VOLTAGE – V
TA – AMBIENT TEMPERATURE – °C
Figure 9. Maximum Allowable DC Current vs.
Ambient Temperature.
Figure 10. Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage.
1.5
4.0
œPEAK – RELATIVE EFFICIENCY
µpeak
(NORMALIZED TO 1 AT 100 mA FOR HER
AND YELLOW; AT 10 mA FOR GREEN)
RELATIVE LUMINOUS INTENSITY
(NORMALIZED TO 1 AT 20 mA FOR HER AND
YELLOW; AT 10 mA FOR GREEN)
10
Figure 8. Maximum Allowed Peak Current vs. Pulse
Duration – Green.
I F – FORWARD CURRENT PER SEGMENT – mA
I DC MAX – MAXIMUM DC CURRENT PER
SEGMENT – mA
20
3.5
3.0
2.5
GREEN
2.0
1.5
HER AND
YELLOW
1.0
0.5
0
HZ
GREEN
70 80
0
25
60
HZ
HER / YELLOW
30
40 50
10
40
30
Z
45
20
0
50
0
10
kH
1
t P – PULSE DURATION – µS
Figure 7. Maximum Allowed Peak Current vs. Pulse
Duration – HER, Yellow.
10
30
DC OPERATION
1
0.1
t P – PULSE DURATION – µS
35
1
10,000
Z
1000
Z
100
kH
10
kH
1
OPERATION IN
THIS REGION
REQUIRES
TEMPERATURE
DERATING
OF I DC MAX.
10
3
HZ
Z
DC OPERATION
1
100
10
0
kH
Z
OPERATION IN
THIS REGION
REQUIRES
TEMPERATURE
DERATING
OF I DC MAX.
IDC MAX
1
10
10
kH
IPEAK
100
10
RATIO OF MAXIMUM OPERATING PEAK
CURRENT TO TEMPERATURE DERATED
MAXIMUM DC CURRENT
HER, Yellow, Green
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
I F – FORWARD CURRENT PER SEGMENT – mA
Figure 11. Relative Luminous Intensity vs. DC
Forward Current.
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
GREEN
HER
0.8
0.7
0.6
YELLOW
0.5
0.4
0.3
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130
I PEAK – PEAK FORWARD CURRENT
PER SEGMENT – mA
Figure 12. Relative Efficiency (Luminous Intensity per
Unit Current) vs. Peak Current.
Contrast Enhancement
For information on contrast
enhancement please see
Application Note 1015.
Soldering/Cleaning
Cleaning agents from the ketone
family (acetone, methyl ethyl
ketone, etc.) and from the
chlorinated hydrocarbon family
(methylene chloride, trichloroethylene, carbon tetrachloride,
etc.) are not recommended for
cleaning LED parts. All of these
various solvents attack or
dissolve the encapsulating
epoxies used to form the package
of plastic LED parts.
For information on soldering
LEDs please refer to Application
Note 1027.
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Data subject to change.
Copyright © 1999 Agilent Technologies, Inc.
Obsoletes 5963-7390E (4/95)
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