1000PCS, 3mm Round Lens Photodiode PD204-6B,Photosensor,Photosensitive receiving diode


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  • Type: LED
  • Origin: CN(Origin)
  • Condition: New
  • Model Number: PD204-6B
  • Package Type: Through Hole
  • Range of Spectral Bandwidth: 840—1100 nm
  • Wavelength of Peak Sensitivity: 940 nm
  • Open-Circuit Voltage: 0.32 V
  • Reverse Light Current: 60 uA
  • Dark Current: <10 nA
  • Reverse Breakdown Voltage: >30 V
  • Total Capacitance: 12 pF
  • Rise/Fall Time: 25/25 nS

3mm Round Lens Silicon Photodiode:PD204_6B

Colour: Black ,  chip size: 1.54mm x 1.54mm  (0.061" x 0.061")

Range of Spectral Bandwidth: 840—1100nm

Wavelength of Peak Sensitivity: 940 nm

Open-Circuit Voltage: 0.32 V

Reverse Light Current: 60 uA

Dark Current: <10 nA

Reverse Breakdown Voltage: >30 V

Total Capacitance: 12 pF

Rise/Fall Time: 25/25 nS

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Special reminder, this PD204-6B is a photodiode and requires an external amplifier circuit. The phototransistor of the same shape is SGPT324A

Difference between PD204-6B and SGPD204B4:

PD204-6B    : chip size: 1.54mm x 1.54mm, Reverse photosensitive current 60 uA

SGPD204B4: chip size: 1.09mm x 1.09mm, Reverse photosensitive current 30 uA

Difference between Photodiode and Phototransistor

A.  Abbreviation:  Photodiode—PD /  Phototransistor—PT

B.  PIN Name: Photodiode—Anode and Cathode  / Phototransistor—Emitter and Collector

C.  Chip Structure: Photodiode—PN  / Phototransistor—NPN(or PNP)

D.  Response speed:Photodiode—fast /Phototransistor—slow

E.  Amplification characteristics: Photodiode—No / Phototransistor—Yes

F.  Output Linearity:   Photodiode—Good / Phototransistor—Bad

G.  Circuit symbol:Photodiode



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