100 MHz balanced photodetector
Koheron PD100B is an InGaAs amplified balanced detector with 39 kV/A gain, 100 MHz bandwidth and a common mode rejection ratio of 35 dB. Available in AC and DC coupled versions, the PD100B is ideal for applications such as Optical Coherence Tomography and Lidar sensing.
|Wavelength range||900 - 1700 nm||900 - 1700 nm|
|Small signal bandwidth||160 Hz - 100 MHz at 3 dB||0 - 100 MHz at 3 dB|
|Power supply (positive)||6 - 15 VDC||6 - 15 VDC|
|Power supply (negative)||-15 to -6 VDC||-15 to -6 VDC|
|Optical input power||0 - 1.5 mW||0 - 1.5 mW|
|Transimpedance gain||39 kV / A||39 kV / A|
|Output voltage range||±3 V||±3 V|
|CMRR at 1 MHz||35 dB||35 dB|
|Noise Equivalent Power||8 pW / √Hz (at 10 MHz)||8 pW / √Hz (at 10 MHz)|
|DC cutoff frequency (3 dB)||160 Hz||N.A.|
|Output impedance||50 Ω||50 Ω|
|Outside Dimensions||63 mm x 38 mm x 14 mm||63 mm x 38 mm x 14 mm|
|Photodiode active diameter||300 µm||300 µm|
|Mechanical details||Compatible with M6 metric breadboards (25 mm spacing)||Compatible with M6 metric breadboards (25 mm spacing)|
Output power spectral density
The power spectral density of the PD100B output was measured for different incident optical powers. The indicated power is the incident power per photodiode. The PD100B output is directly connected to the spectrum analyzer (Tektronix RSA306). Optical source is a Koheron LD100 laser at 1550 nm.
Common mode rejection ratio
When properly balanced, the common mode rejection ratio (CMRR) at 1 MHz of the PD100B is 35 dB. To maximize the CMRR care should be taken not only to balance the optical powers, but also the path length between the two channels.
Noise equivalent power
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