Data Sheet - OPTEK Technology

Fiber Optic Receiver
OPF520 Series
OPF520 Series
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Low Cost plastic cap package
Designed to self align in the bore of standard fiber optic
receptacles
Press fit simplifies installation
Optimized for fiber optic applications using 50 to 200 micron fiber
The OPF520 series fiber optic receiver is a high performance device packaged for data communications links. As such, it is
designed to work with fiber core diameters from 50µm to 200µm and over a broad input power range. The construction contains a monolithic photo-IC comprised of a photodiode, biasing network, DC amplifier and an open collector output transistor.
The output circuitry makes this device compatible with TTL and CMOS logic.
This receiver is designed to operate from a single 5V supply. It is essential that a bypass capacitor be connected from VCC to
GND in order to ensure the best possible operation.
Applications
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Industrial Ethernet equipment
Copper-to-fiber media conversion
Intra-system fiber optic links
Video surveillance systems
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Part Ordering Information
Part Number
Description
OPF520
Plastic Cap Component
OPF522
Metal ST Receptacle
OPTEK reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to improve design and to supply the best product possible.
OPTEK Technology Inc.— 1645 Wallace Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75006
Phone: (800) 341-4747 FAX: (972) 323– 2396 sensors@optekinc.com www.optekinc.com
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Fiber Optic Receiver
OPF520 Series
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Storage Temperature
-55° C to +115° C
Operating Temperature
-40° C to +85° C
Lead Soldering Temperature (for 10 seconds)
260° C
Supply Voltage
-0.5 V to +7.0 V
Output Current
25 mA
Output Voltage
-0.5 V to +18.0 V
Open Collector Power Distribution
40mW
5 (1)
Fan Out (TTL)
Electrical/Optical Characteristics
4.75 ≤ VCC ≤ 5.25, Fiber Sizes ≤ 200µm, NA ≤ 0.35, TA = 25°C unless otherwise specified
SYMBOL
PARAMETER
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNITS
CONDITIONS
IOH
High Level Output Current
5
250
µA
VO = 18V, POC < -40 dBm, See Note 2
VOL
Low Level Output Voltage
0.2
0.5
V
IO = 8 mA, POC > +24 dBm, See Note2
ICCH
Supply Current, Output High
3.5
6.3
mA
VCC = 5.25 V, POC < -40 dBm, See Note 2
ICCL
Supply Current, Output Low
6.9
10
mA
VCC = 5.25 V, POC < -24 dBm, See Note 2
Peak Input Power Level, Output High
-40
dBm
(Guaranteed Output High)
0.1
µW
-25.4
-9.2
dBm
Peak Input Power Level, Output Low
2.9
120
µW
(Guaranteed Output Low)
-24
-10
dBm
λp = 850 nm, IO = 8 mA
4.0
100
µW
-40ºC ≤ TA ≤ +85ºC
POC(H)
POC(L)
tr, tf
Rise, Fall Time
30
ns
tPDHL
Propagation Delay, Output High to Low
65
ns
tPDLH
Propagation Delay, Output Low to High
100
ns
PWD
Pulse Width Distortion
±30
%
Notes:
1. 8mA load (5 x 1.6 mA), RL = 560 Ω
2. Use recommended test circuit below, but connect VO
to an independent voltage source with RL = 0.
3. Use recommended test circuit below.
RoHS
λp = 850 nm
λp = 850 nm, IO = 8 mA
POC = 20 dBm (peak), ƒ = 2.5 MHz, See Note 3
Recommended Test Circuit
OPTEK reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to improve design and to supply the best product possible.
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OPTEK Technology Inc.— 1645 Wallace Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75006
Phone: (800) 341-4747 FAX: (972) 323– 2396 sensors@optekinc.com www.optekinc.com
Fiber Optic Receiver
OPF520 Series
Switching Characteristics
(See Recommended Test Circuit)
RoHS
OPTEK reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to improve design and to supply the best product possible.
OPTEK Technology Inc.— 1645 Wallace Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75006
Phone: (800) 341-4747 FAX: (972) 323– 2396 sensors@optekinc.com www.optekinc.com
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Fiber Optic Receiver
OPF520 Series
Switching Characteristics
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RoHS
OPTEK reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to improve design and to supply the best product possible.
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OPTEK Technology Inc.— 1645 Wallace Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75006
Phone: (800) 341-4747 FAX: (972) 323– 2396 sensors@optekinc.com www.optekinc.com
Fiber Optic Receiver
OPF520 Series
Typical Waveforms for
Various Input Powers
(62.5/125 µm fiber, VCC = 5.25 V, ƒ = 2.5 MHz)
(See Recommended Test Circuit)
RoHS
OPTEK reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to improve design and to supply the best product possible.
OPTEK Technology Inc.— 1645 Wallace Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75006
Phone: (800) 341-4747 FAX: (972) 323– 2396 sensors@optekinc.com www.optekinc.com
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Fiber Optic Receiver
OPF520 Series
Typical Waveforms for
Various Frequencies
(62.5/125 µm fiber, VCC = 5.25 V, POC = 10µW (peak)
(See Recommended Test Circuit)
RoHS
OPTEK reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to improve design and to supply the best product possible.
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OPTEK Technology Inc.— 1645 Wallace Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75006
Phone: (800) 341-4747 FAX: (972) 323– 2396 sensors@optekinc.com www.optekinc.com
Fiber Optic Receiver
OPF520 Series
Typical Waveforms for
Various Fiber Cables and
Input Powers
(VCC = 5.25 V, ƒ = 2.5 MHz)
(See Recommended Test Circuit)
RoHS
OPTEK reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to improve design and to supply the best product possible.
OPTEK Technology Inc.— 1645 Wallace Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75006
Phone: (800) 341-4747 FAX: (972) 323– 2396 sensors@optekinc.com www.optekinc.com
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Fiber Optic Receiver
OPF520 Series
Mechanical Outline — OPF520
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OPTEK Technology Inc.— 1645 Wallace Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75006
Phone: (800) 341-4747 FAX: (972) 323– 2396 sensors@optekinc.com www.optekinc.com
Fiber Optic Receiver
OPF520 Series
Mechanical Outline — OPF522
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OPTEK reserves the right to make changes at any time in order to improve design and to supply the best product possible.
OPTEK Technology Inc.— 1645 Wallace Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75006
Phone: (800) 341-4747 FAX: (972) 323– 2396 sensors@optekinc.com www.optekinc.com
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