HFD3022 FIBER006 FIBER202 HFD4000 HFD3022-002 FIBER033 FIBER051 FIBER101 - Datasheet Archive
HFD3022 HFD3022 Silicon PIN Photodiode FEATURES · Plastic cap with TO-18 header · Low capacitance · High speed: t² = 30 ns max. @ 5 V FIBER006 FIBER006.TIF DESCRIPTION The HFD3022 HFD3022 PIN photodiode is designed for high speed use in fiber optic receivers. It has a large area detector, providing efficient response to 50-1000 µm diameter fibers at wavelengths of 750 to 950 nanometers. It is designed to be used with fiber optic receptacles which align its optical axis with the axis of the optical fiber by referencing the precision outside diameter of the window can. The HFD3022s plastic case is available in special active device receptacles, electrically isolated from their receptacles to improve sensitivity. The receptacle acts as a shield to improve the sensitivity/dark current specifications of the connectorized device. OUTLINE DIMENSIONS in inches (mm) WINDOW .047 (1.19) DIA. CRUSH RING .229 (5.82) .220 (5.59) .210 (5.33) .081 (2.06) .176 (4.47) .165 (4.19) .500 MIN (12.7) 1 3 2 FIBER202 FIBER202.DIM Pinout 1. Anode 2. Cathode 3. Not connected Notes 1 Detector chip active area is 0.03 in. (0.76 mm) diameter. 2 Detector chip active area surface is located 0.035 in. (0.89 mm) below package front surface. Honeywell reserves the right to make changes in order to improve design and supply the best products possible. h 267 HFD3022 HFD3022 Silicon PIN Photodiode ELECTRO-OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TÙ = 25¡C unless otherwise stated) PARAMETER SYMBOL Peak Response Wavelength Flux Responsivity, æ = 850 nm [À] MIN æÎ R I° Báß tß Package Capacitance Field of View MAX 850 0.45 Dark Leakage Current Reverse Breakdown Voltage Response Time 10-90% TYP C FoV 110 0.58 0.58 0.52 0.25 0.05 250 17.0 5.0 1.0 2.1 110 UNITS TEST CONDITIONS nm A/W 2.0 nA V ns 30.0 10.0 pF Degrees 50 µm, 0.20 NA fiber 100 µm, 0.28 NA fiber 200 µm, 0.40 NA fiber 1000 µm, 0.53 NA fiber Vß = 5 V Iß = 10 mA Vß = 5 V Vß = 15 V Vß = 90 V Vß = 5 V, f = 1 MHz Notes 1. Responsivity is measured with a fiber optic cable centered on mechanical axis, using an 850 nm HFD4000 HFD4000 LED as the optical source to the fiber. Fiber length is nominally 3 meters. ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (25¡C Free-Air Temperature unless otherwise noted) Storage temperature -40 to +100¡C Operating temperature -40 to +100¡C Lead solder temperature 240¡C, 3 min. 260¡C, 10 s Reverse voltage 110 V Stresses greater than those listed under "Absolute Maximum Ratings" may cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress rating only and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions above those indicated in the operational section of this specification is not implied. Exposure to absolute maximum rating conditions for extended periods of time may affect reliability. 268 h Honeywell reserves the right to make changes in order to improve design and supply the best products possible. HFD3022 HFD3022 Silicon PIN Photodiode ORDER GUIDE Description Catalog Listing Standard silicon PIN photodiode HFD3022-002 HFD3022-002 This package is also available in special interface receptacles for interfacing to standard fiber optic cables. CAUTION The inherent design of this component causes it to be sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). To prevent ESD-induced damage and/or degradation to equipment, take normal ESD precautions when handling this product. Fig. 1 Rise/Fall Time vs Reverse Bias Voltage FIBER INTERFACE Honeywell detectors are designed to interface with multimode fibers with sizes (core/cladding diameters) ranging from 50/125 to 200/230 microns. Honeywell performs final tests using 100/140 micron core fiber. The fiber chosen by the end user will depend upon a number of application issues (distance, link budget, cable attenuation, splice attenuation, and safety margin). The 50/125 and 62.5/125 micron fibers have the advantages of high bandwidth and low cost, making them ideal for higher bandwidth installations. The use of 100/140 and 200/230 micron core fibers results in greater power being coupled by the transmitter, making it easier to splice or connect in bulkhead areas. Optical cables can be purchased from a number of sources. Fig. 2 FIBER033 FIBER033.GRA Package Capacitance vs Reverse Bias Voltage FIBER051 FIBER051.GR Fig. 3 Spectral Responsivity Fig. 4 Dark Leakage Current vs Temperature FIBER101 FIBER101.GRA Honeywell reserves the right to make changes in order to improve design and supply the best products possible. h FIBER036 FIBER036.GR 269 HFD3022 HFD3022 Silicon PIN Photodiode Fig. 5 Angular Response FIBER053 FIBER053.GRA 270 h Honeywell reserves the right to make changes in order to improve design and supply the best products possible.