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metal ken:
Good day!

I'm new here...and I would like to know and find about more on dark current.

Thanks!

ElectroNick:

--- Quote from: metal ken on May 17, 2013, 04:47:36 AM --- I would like to know and find about more on dark current.

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I've no idea what that is! Give me a hint? ;)

metal ken:
We assemble metal T.O. cans for photosensors or photodiodes...and the dark current (Id) requirements range from mA to pA. Does Id depend on the application of the device? Another question, I did a recent burn-in on one of the devices but the Id readings were high so our customer advised to repeat the burn-in process. Does repeating the burn-in process lower the high Id readings? The average Id decreased but as for the individual units, the result was erratic (i. e., some units had a lower Id while others had higher).

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