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Quiescent current (Max) (uA) 120 Rating Catalog Operating temperature range (C) 0 to 70 Interface type Voltage Input type Light
Quiescent current (Max) (uA) 120 Rating Catalog Operating temperature range (C) 0 to 70 Interface type Voltage Input type Light
PDIP (NTC) 8 90 mm² 9.525 x 9.4 SOP (DTL) 8 100 mm² 9.525 x 10.54
  • Single Supply: 2.7 to 36 V
  • Photodiode Size: 0.090 inch × 0.090 inch
    (2.29 mm × 2.29 mm)
  • Internal 1-MΩ Feedback Resistor
  • High Responsivity: 0.45 A/W (650 nm)
  • Bandwidth: 14 kHz at RF = 1 MΩ
  • Packages: Clear Plastic 8-pin PDIP and J-Lead
    SOP
  • Single Supply: 2.7 to 36 V
  • Photodiode Size: 0.090 inch × 0.090 inch
    (2.29 mm × 2.29 mm)
  • Internal 1-MΩ Feedback Resistor
  • High Responsivity: 0.45 A/W (650 nm)
  • Bandwidth: 14 kHz at RF = 1 MΩ
  • Packages: Clear Plastic 8-pin PDIP and J-Lead
    SOP

The OPT101 is a monolithic photodiode with on-chip transimpedance amplifier. The integrated combination of photodiode and transimpedance amplifier on a single chip eliminates the problems commonly encountered in discrete designs, such as leakage current errors, noise pick-up, and gain peaking as a result of stray capacitance. Output voltage increases linearly with light intensity. The amplifier is designed for single or dual power-supply operation.

The 0.09 inch × 0.09 inch (2.29 mm × 2.29 mm) photodiode operates in the photoconductive mode for excellent linearity and low dark current.

The OPT101 operates from 2.7 V to 36 V supplies and quiescent current is only 120 µA. This device is available in clear plastic 8-pin PDIP, and J-lead SOP for surface mounting. The temperature range is 0°C to 70°C.

The OPT101 is a monolithic photodiode with on-chip transimpedance amplifier. The integrated combination of photodiode and transimpedance amplifier on a single chip eliminates the problems commonly encountered in discrete designs, such as leakage current errors, noise pick-up, and gain peaking as a result of stray capacitance. Output voltage increases linearly with light intensity. The amplifier is designed for single or dual power-supply operation.

The 0.09 inch × 0.09 inch (2.29 mm × 2.29 mm) photodiode operates in the photoconductive mode for excellent linearity and low dark current.

The OPT101 operates from 2.7 V to 36 V supplies and quiescent current is only 120 µA. This device is available in clear plastic 8-pin PDIP, and J-lead SOP for surface mounting. The temperature range is 0°C to 70°C.

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* Data sheet OPT101 Monolithic Photodiode and Single-Supply Transimpedance Amplifier datasheet (Rev. B) 13 Mar 2015
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