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BPW21R Vishay Telefunken 1 (5)Rev. 2, 20-May-99 • FaxBack +1-408-970-5600Document Number 81519 Silicon PN Photodiode Description BPW21R is a planar Silicon PN photodiode in a hermetically sealed short TO–5 case, especially de- signed for high precision linear applications. Due to its extremely high dark resistance, the short circuit photocurrent is linear over seven decades of il- lumination level. On the other hand, there is a strictly logarithmic correlation between open circuit voltage and illumina- tion over the same range. The device is equipped with a flat glass window with built in color correction filter, giving an approximation to the spectral response of the human eye. Features Hermetically sealed TO–5 case Flat glass window with built–in color correction fil- ter for visible radiation Cathode connected to case Wide viewing angle ? = ± 50 Large radiant sensitive area (A=7.5 mm2) Suitable for visible radiation High sensitivity Low dark current High shunt resistance Excellent linearity For photodiode and photovoltaic cell operation 94 8394 Applications Sensor in exposure and color measuring purposes

  • relative reverse

  • reverse voltage

  • bpw21r vishay

  • voltage ir

  • klx

  • low dark current

  • radiation high sensitivity

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94 8394
BPW21R
Vishay Telefunken
Silicon PN Photodiode
Description
BPW21R is a planar Silicon PN photodiode in a
hermetically sealed short TO–5 case, especially de-
signed for high precision linear applications.
Due to its extremely high dark resistance, the short
circuit photocurrent is linear over seven decades of il-
lumination level.
On the other hand, there is a strictly logarithmic
correlation between open circuit voltage and illumina-
tion over the same range.
The device is equipped with a flat glass window with
built in color correction filter, giving an approximation
to the spectral response of the human eye.
Features
Hermetically sealed TO–5 case
Flat glass window with built–in color correction fil-
ter for visible radiation
Cathode connected to case
Wide viewing angle = ± 50
2Large radiant sensitive area (A=7.5 mm )
Suitable for visible radiation
High sensitivity
Low dark current
High shunt resistance
Excellent linearity
For photodiode and photovoltaic cell operation
Applications
Sensor in exposure and color measuring purposes
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
T = 25 Camb
Parameter Test Conditions Symbol Value Unit
Reverse Voltage V 10 VR
Power Dissipation T 50 C P 300 mWamb V
Junction Temperature T 125 Cj
Operating Temperature Range T –55...+125 Camb
Storage T T Cstg
Soldering Temperature t 5 s T 260 Csd
Thermal Resistance Junction/Ambient R 250 K/WthJA
Basic Characteristics
T = 25 Camb
Parameter Test Conditions Symbol Min Typ Max Unit
Forward Voltage I = 50 mA V 1.0 1.3 VF F
Breakdown Voltage I = 20 A, E = 0 V 10 VR (BR)
Reverse Dark Current V = 5 V, E = 0 I 2 30 nAR ro
Diode Capacitance V = 0 V, f = 1 MHz, E = 0 C 1.2 nFR D
V = 5 V, C 400 pFR D
Dark Resistance V = 10 mV R 38 GR D
Open Circuit Voltage E = 1 klx V 280 450 mVA o
Temp. Coefficient of V E TK –2 mV/Ko A Vo
Short Circuit Current E = 1 klx I 4.5 9 AA k
Temp. Coefficient of I E TK –0.05 %/Kk A lk
Reverse Light Current E = 1 klx, V = 5 V I 4.5 9 AA R ra
–2 5Sensitivity V = 5 V, E = 10 ...10 lx S 9 nA/lxR A
Angle of Half Sensitivity ±50 deg
Wavelength of Peak Sensitivity 565 nmp
Range of Spectral Bandwidth 420...675 nm0.5
Rise Time V = 0 V, R = 1k , t 3.1 sR L r
= 660 nm
Fall Time V = 0 V, R = 1k , t 3.0 sR L f
= 660 nm
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Typical Characteristics (T = 25 C unless otherwise specified)amb
410 1400
1200
310 E=0
1000
f=1MHz
800
210
600
V =5VR
400
110
200
0 010
120 10020 40 60 80 100 0.1 1 10
94 8468 T – Ambient Temperature ( °C ) 94 8473 V – Reverse Voltage ( V )amb R
Figure 1. Reverse Dark Current vs. Ambient Temperature Figure 4. Diode Capacitance vs. Reverse Voltage
1.3
1.0
1.2
0.8
1.1
0.6
1.0
0.4
0.9 0.2 V Eye
0.8 0
120 7500 2040 6080 100 350 450 550 650
94 8738 T – Ambient Temperature ( °C ) 94 8477 – Wavelength ( nm )amb
Figure 2. Relative Reverse Light Current vs. Figure 5. Relative Spectral Sensitivity vs. Wavelength
Ambient Temperature
0° 10 20
210 ° ° 30°
110
0 40°10
1.0
–110 0.9 50°
–2 0.810 60°
70°
–310 0.7
80°
–410
–2 –1 0 1 2 3 410 10 10 10 10 10 10 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 0.2 0.4 0.6
94 8476 E – Illuminance ( lx ) 94 8475A
Figure 3. Short Circuit Current vs. Illuminance Figure 6. Relative Radiant Sensitivity vs.
Angular Displacement
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I – Short Circuit Current ( A ) I – Relative Reverse Light Current I – Reverse Dark Current ( nA )
k ra rel ro
S – Relative Sensitivity S ( ) – Relative Spectral Sensitivity C – Diode Capacitance ( pF )
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Dimensions in mm
96 12181
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Vishay Semiconductor GmbH has been able to use its policy of continuous improvements to eliminate the use of
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