Products, Materials & Tools | Nov 13, 2015

Alpha-One: Reflective Mirror Type LED AOP2-9505P1 (λ P950nm)

Alpha-One, a leading Japanese LED supplier provides new small and compact LEDs with high light output intensity levels by using a special packaging technology. Especially model No. AOP2-9505P1 λ P950nm, with a viewing angle of ±7, an approx. 6.0x6.0x3.0mm package. This device has an extremely high intensity level of IE=350mW/sr and Optical Output Power Typ 35mW at IF = 50mA.

 

This brand new and unique device is very suitable for applications demanding strong IR lights such as IR illuminators of security CAMERAs, medical devices and machine visions.
Reflective mirror type LEDs are also available with other wave lengths between λ P470nm to λ P950 nm by changing its LED chips. High Power λ P850nm is highly recommended too.
Please feel free to ask the supplier for further information.
ALPHA-ONE ELECTRONICS LTD. (JAPAN)
2-8-41 Chuoh, Ebina city, Kanagawa 243-0432 JAPAN
URL: www.alpha1-eg.com E-mail: info@alpha1-eg.com
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