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DETECTOR, FIBRE OPTIC

SFH250 - DETECTOR, FIBRE OPTIC

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Manufacturer Part No:
SFH250
Order Code:
1526602
Technical Datasheet:
SFH250   Datasheet
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Product Overview

The SFH250 is a 650nm 100MBd Analog Receiver Diode for simple optical data transmission with polymer optical fibre. It incorporates an analog photodiode and can be used for speeds up to 100MBd.
  • Fast switching time
  • Good linearity
  • Clear package with integrated lens and aperture for bare fibre insertion
  • 2.2mm Aperture holds standard polymer optical fibre
  • Auto-insertable and wave-solderable

Applications

Automation & Process Control, Power Management, Industrial

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800 will be available for delivery on 27/08/19
400 will be available for delivery on 6/10/19

More stock available week commencing 9/12/19

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