CAMARILLO, Calif. – Opto Diode Corp. in Camarillo, Calif., is introducing the OD-110WISOLHT high-temperature, wide-angle infrared light-emitting diode (IRLED) for high-temperature applications, such as covert exterior aircraft lighting.
The device features a peak emission wavelength of 880 nanometers and total power output ranging from 60 milliwatts to 120 milliwatts. With a spectral bandwidth of 55 nanometers, the IRLED has a half-intensity beam angle of 110 degrees and is packaged in a two-lead TO-39 can with an isolated case.
Forward voltage is 1.75 volts to 2 volts; reverse breakdown voltage ranges from a minimum of 5 volts to 30 volts. The rise and fall times for the high-temperature wide angle IRLED is 20 nanoseconds.
IRLED for aircraft lighting features a continuous forward current of 500 milliamps, power dissipation at 1,000 milliwatts, and peak forward current of 1.5 amps while the reverse voltage is 5 volts.
The lead soldering temperature at 1/16 of an inch from the case for 10 seconds is 260 degrees Celsius. Storage and operating temperatures range from -65 to 150 C with a maximum junction temperature of 150 C.
For more information contact Opto Diode online at https://optodiode.com/pdf/OD110WISOLHTDS.pdf.