High-power IR emitters

  • 11-Apr-2012 05:39 EDT
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The OD-110W from Opto Diode is a super-high-power series of gallium aluminum arsenide (GaAlAs) IR emitters featuring a uniform optical beam. The device is designed for military imaging applications. It features four wire bonds on die corners and a hermetically sealed, three-lead, standard TO-39 package with all surfaces gold-plated for added durability. The total power output is typically 140 mW (minimum 80 mW), with peak emission wavelength at 850 nm. Power dissipation is 1000 mW at absolute maximum ratings of 25°C (case) with a continuous forward current of 500 mA. The lead soldering temperature is 260°C, making the IR emitter reliably operational in extreme temperatures, from -40 to +100°C.

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