Photodiode for electron detection

  • 28-May-2013 02:08 EDT
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Opto Diode’s 16-element photodiode offers UV/EUV or electron detection. The AXUV16ELG features a 40-pin, dual in-line package and internal quantum efficiency of 100%. The device has a 2- X 5-mm active area and a sensitive area of 10 mm² per element. To enhance accuracy, the detector offers stable response after exposure to high-energy electrons or photons. Other features include typical reverse breakdown voltage at 25 V, capacitance of 40 pF, and a rise time of 500 ns. Storage and operating temperatures range from -10 to +40°C for ambient environments and -20 to +80°C for nitrogen or vacuum conditions.

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