Design and Specifications
|Model||Type (SMD)||Active area (mm2)||Optical pitch (mm)||Element||Dimension (nm)||Wavelenght||T°/Range (°C)||MSL|
|OIT7C-NR||Phototransistor||0.09||0.60||16||7.00x12.2||750||-40 / +85||2|
|OIT12C-NR||Phototransistor||0.125||0.45||9||5.60x6.55||750||-40 / +100||2|
|OIT15C-NR||Phototransistor||0.125||0.45||6||5.60x6.55||750||-40 / +100||2|
|OIT18C-NR||Phototransistor||0.125||0.45||13||8x12||750||-40 / +100||2|
Some of these detectors allow the application of a plastic or glass collimator/reticle. This stage can be handled either by Optoi or even by the end customer since the component is always protected by a heat resistant film.
Photodiode arrays are used in rotary and linear encoders, optical barriers, presence sensors and optical and X-ray sorting machines. The photodiode arrays are available in SMD plastic or ceramic, Metal TO and Chip-on-Board (COB) packages. The standard OID7 photodiode component is 100 % compatible with OPR2100.
Phototransistors are semiconductor devices that amplify the current generated by the photovoltaic effect using junctions; these optical components offer similar performance to the photodiode but are much more sensitive to light. Specifically, a phototransistor is a semiconductor device that can detect light levels and alter the current flow between the emitter and collector according to the amount of light received.
Components for Optical Fibre
Our components for optical fibre are photoASIC-based transmitters and LED receivers with integrated electronics; developed for industrial communications with high-resolution CMOS technology with a max baud rate of 20 Mbps, they are also suitable for the SERCOS II standard. Our fibre optic receivers are 100% compatible with the HFD7000.