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Photodiodes from OSI Optoelectronics

Osi OptoelectronicsBy leveraging our core expertise in optoelectronics technology and global manufacturing presence, OSI Optoelectronics leads the industry in providing the best, and most advanced economical solutions.

In addition to our extensive assortment of standard products,
OSI Optoelectronics has been developing and manufacturing OEM and custom solutions for leading technologies and industries for a wide variety of demanding applications for over 40 years. We have been qualified in many aerospace, medical, communication and automotive companies.

Delivering Innovative Solutions

At OSI Optoelectronics, we provide complete solutions and services from concept to design to production. With our extensive engineering capabilities in a variety of disciplines, we have created the “one stop shop”.

Exceptional Reliability & Quality

Our commitment to quality is demonstrated by maintaining all of our worldwide facilities with the highest industry standards. In addition to worldwide ISO 9001:2000 certification, we operate FDA registered facilities in California, Massachusetts, India and Malaysia. We employ strict Statistical Process Control techniques in various stages of Design reviews, Product launch, Product and Process Improvement.

Manufacturing Services

With expertise in medical, aerospace and defense, security, communication and industrial OEM solutions, our manufacturing services are developed for scalability from prototype to volume production.

Silicon Photodiodes

These are semiconductor light sensors that generate photocurrent when its active area is illuminated by light. Generally they are sensitive between 200 to 1100nm.

InGaAs detectors

These are InGaAs based semiconductor light sensors that generate photocurrent when its active area is illuminated by light. Generally they are sensitive between 800 to 1700nm.

GaAs Detectors

These are GaAs based semiconductor light sensors that generate photocurrent when its active area is illuminated by light. Generally they are sensitive between 400 to 850nm.

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