S7686Si photodiode


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Photodiode with sensitivity close to spectral luminous efficiency


The S7686 is a Si photodiode having a spectral response characteristic that is more similar to the human eye sensitivity (spectral luminous efficiency) than our conventional visible-compensated sensors (S1133, etc.).


-Spectral response analogous to CIE spectral luminous efficiency
-Ceramic package for reliability
-Photosensitive area: 2.4 × 2.8 mm
-High-speed response: 0.5 us (VR=0 V, RL=1 kΩ)
-fs value: 8% typ. (vertical light input)


Photosensitive area 2.8 × 2.4 mm
Number of elements 1
Package Ceramic
Package category With filter (CIE)
Cooling Non-cooled
Reverse voltage (max.) 10 V
Spectral response range 480 to 660 nm
Peak sensitivity wavelength (typ.) 550 nm
Photosensitivity (typ.) 0.38 A/W
Dark current (max.) 20 pA
Rise time (typ.) 0.5 μs
Terminal capacitance (typ.) 200 pF
Measurement condition Typ. Ta=25 ℃, unless otherwise noted,
Photosensitivity: λ=λp, Dark current: VR=1V, Terminal capacitance: VR=0 V, f=10 kHz

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Spectral response


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Dimensional outline (unit: mm)


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