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Schmitt Detector FEATURES · Fiber optic Schmitt detector · Metal can TO-46 type package · High speed: 80 ns
SD3324 SD3324 Schmitt Detector FEATURES · Fiber optic Schmitt detector · Metal can TO-46 type package · High speed: 80 ns typical · High sensitivity: 3 µW typical FIBER004 FIBER004.TIF DESCRIPTION The SD3324 SD3324 is a fiber optic Schmitt detector, designed for high speed use in fiber optic links. The TO-46 stype package contains a voltage regulator, photodiode and a Schmitt trigger. This device provides a high level logic output voltage of 2.4 V minimum, and low level output of 0.4 V maximum. OUTLINE DIMENSIONS in inches (mm) WINDOW .213 (540) .207 (520) DIA .090 MIN (2.29) 45° .185 (4.70) .183 (4.65) DIA The SD3324 SD3324 is designed to be used with fiber optic receptacles which align its optical axis with the axis of the optical fiber. This is accomplished by referencing the precision outside diameter of the window can. .150 (3.81) .138 (3.51) .500 MIN (12.7) .019 (.48) .016 (.41) DIA .053 (1.40) .047 (1.20) PIN CIRCLE RADIUS .040 (1.02) 3 1 2 .252 (6.30) .242 (6.10) FIBER014 FIBER014.DIM Pinout 1. VÙÙ 2. Output (TTL) 3. Case (ground) Notes 1 Case common to ground (Pin 3). 2 Detector chip active area is 0.024 in. (0.60 mm) diameter. 3 Detector chip active area surface is located 0.055 in. (1.4 mm) below package front surface. 298 h Honeywell reserves the right to make changes in order to improve design and supply the best products possible. SD3324 SD3324 Schmitt Detector ELECTRO-OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TÙ = 25¡C unless otherwise stated) PARAMETER Low Level Logic Output Voltage MIN MAX UNITS TEST CONDITIONS 3 5 µW V 0.4 V æ = 850 nm VÙÙ = 5 VDC, PÛÜ - 5 µW, IÞÚ = 100 µA VÙÙ = 5 VDC, PÛÜ < 0.5 µW, IÞÚ = -8 µA VÙÙ = 5 VDC, RÚ = 560 ½ ns PÛÜ VÏÝ TYP µs SYMBOL Input Sensitivity [À] High Level Logic Output Voltage VÙÙ = 5 VDC, RÚ = 560 ½ mA VÙÙ = 5 VDC VÞÚ Propagation Delay [Á] Low-to-High High-to-Low Response Time [Á] Rise Time Fall Time Supply Current 2.4 T°ÚÝ T°ÝÚ 1.1 3 5 5 tß t¸ IÙÙ 80 10 8 150 15 12 Notes 1. Tested with a 100 µm, 0.28 NA fiber as optical source. 2. See Transition/Delay Time Test Circuit. Honeywell reserves the right to make changes in order to improve design and supply the best products possible. h 299 SD3324 SD3324 Schmitt Detector ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (25¡C Free-Air Temperature unless otherwise noted) Storage temperature -65 to +150¡C Case operating temperature -40 to +100¡C Lead solder temperature 240¡C, 3 min. 260¡C, 10 s Supply voltage +4.5 to +7 V Continuous output sink current 18 mA 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. ORDER GUIDE Description Catalog Listing Fiber optic Schmitt detector, TO-46 case SD3324-002 SD3324-002 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. BLOCK DIAGRAM 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. TRANSITION/DELAY TEST TIME CIRCUIT FIBER007 FIBER007.SCH 300 h FIBER007 FIBER007.CIR Honeywell reserves the right to make changes in order to improve design and supply the best products possible. SD3324 SD3324 Schmitt Detector Fig. 1 SWITCHING WAVEFORM Angular Response FIBER067 FIBER067.GR FIBER008 FIBER008.CIR Fig. 2 Spectral Responsivity Fig. 3 Delay Time vs Temperature FIBER068 FIBER068.GRA Fig. 4 Relative Input Power vs Temperature FIBER069 FIBER069.GR Fig. 5 Rise/Fall Time vs Temperature FIBER070 FIBER070.GRA Honeywell reserves the right to make changes in order to improve design and supply the best products possible. h FIBER071 FIBER071.GR 301 SD3324 SD3324 Schmitt Detector Fig. 6 Pulse Stretching vs Received Power FIBER072 FIBER072.GRA 302 h Honeywell reserves the right to make changes in order to improve design and supply the best products possible.