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27 November 2018

Marktech introduces InGaAs/InP broadband PIN photodiodes

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Marktech Optoelectronics of Latham, NY, USA, a designer and manufacturer of standard and custom optoelectronics components and assemblies – including UV, visible, near-infrared (NIR) and short-wavelength infrared (SWIR) emitters, detectors, indium phosphide (InP) epiwafers and other materials – has announced the global market introduction of the Model MTPD1346D-xx series of InGaAs/InP broadband PIN photodiodes, designed to effectively convert broadband light into photocurrent in the VIS-SWIR range.

In addition to their low noise, high sensitivity and high-speed response, they feature wide standard spectral ranges of 0.6-1.7μm (1.7μm material), low dark current, and high efficiency (typically 0.6A/W), says the firm. Standard Model MTPD1346D-xx series broadband PIN photodiodes are offered in active area sizes of 0.1-3.0mm. Each is packaged within a hermetically sealed, 3-pin TO-46 metal can with flat lens cap, and with the choice of either through-hole or surface mounting.

Small-to-medium-sized quantities of standard broadband PIN photodiodes are typically available with 24-hour shipment from stock via Marktech’s longtime distribution partner Digi-Key Corp. In addition, the photodiodes may be integrated, together with Marktech’s SWIR emitters, as a single, compact package. Such custom and hybrid designs may be produced in as few as 6-8 weeks from customer prototype approvals.

The MTPD1346D-xx series InGaAs/InP broadband PIN photodiodes are designed to support a diverse array of applications, particularly where high-speed performance, high data rates, low dark current, small capacitance and smaller active area sizes are required. Typical applications include aerospace, automation, autonomous vehicles (AV), high-speed communications, industrial controls, light detection and ranging (LiDAR), medical, material and chemical analysis, security and wearables.

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