Avago HLMP-1790-A0002

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Attributes

Part Number
Manufacturer
Datasheet
Prefix
D
Category
Light Sources and Emitters
Category
Optoelectronics
Category
LEDs
Category
LEDs (Discrete)
Imported From Octopart
yes
Lead Free
yes
Octopart Part Number
9c81558187d64346
RoHS
yes
Color
Green
Forward Voltage
1.9 V
Lens Type
Diffused
Lifecycle Status
Active
Luminous Intensity
2.3 mcd
Mounting Type
through hole
Size Diameter
3 mm
Size Height
4.19 mm
Viewing Angle
50 °
Wavelength
569 nm

Pins

A
Anode
C
Cathode

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Description
These tinted diused LED lamps are designed and opti-
mized specically for low DC current operation. Luminous
intensity and forward voltage are tested at 2 mA to assure
consistent brightness at TTL output current levels.
Applications
•  Low power DC circuits
•  Telecommunications indicators
•  Portable equipment
•  Keyboard indicators
HLMP-4700, HLMP-4719, HLMP-4740
HLMP-1700, HLMP-1719, HLMP-1790
T-1
3
/
4
(5 mm), T-1 (3 mm), Low Current
LED Lamps
Data Sheet
Notes:
1. All dimensions are in millimetres (inches).
2. An Epoxy Minicus may extend about 1mm (0.040") down the leads
HLMP-4700, -4719, -4740
A
HLMP-1700, -1719, -1790
B
Features
•  Low power
•  High eciency
•  CMOS-MOS compatible
•  TTL compatible
•  Wide viewing angle
•  Choice of package styles
•  Choice of colors
Package Dimensions
2
Selection Guide
Device
HLMP-
Luminous Intensity Iv (mcd) at 2 mA
Package
Outline Package Description Color Min. Typ. Max. 2q
1/2
T-1 3/4 Tinted Diused Red 4700 1.5 2.3 50 A
4700-C00xx 1.5 2.3
4700-CD0FH 1.5 2.3 4.2
Yellow 4719 0.9 2.1
4719-A00xx 0.9 2.1
Green 4740 1.0 2.3
4740-A00xx 1.0 2.3
4740-AB000 1.0 2.3 3.2
T-1 Tinted Diused Red 1700 0.8 2.1 50 B
1700-B00xx 0.8 2.1
Yellow 1719 0.9 2.1
1719-A00xx 0.9 2.1
1719-ABB00 0.9 2.1 2.8
Green 1790 1.0 2.3
1790-A00xx 1.0 2.3
1790-AB0FH 1.0 2.4 3.2
Note:
1. q1/2 is the typical o-axis angle at which the luminous intensity is half the axial luminous intensity.
3
Part Numbering System
HLMP X 7 XX - X X X XX
Mechanical Option
00: Bulk
01: Tape & Reel, Crimped Leads
02, BH: Tape & Reel, Straight Leads
A1, B1: Right Angle Housing, Uneven Leads
A2, B2: Right Angle Housing, Even Leads
FH: 2 Iv bins select with Inventory Control
Color Bin Options
0: Full color bin distribution
B: Color bins 2 & 3 only
Maximum Iv Bin Options
0: Open (No. max. limit)
Others: Please refer to the Iv bin Table
Minimum Iv Bin Options
Please refer to the Iv Bin Table
Color Options
00: GaP HER
19: GaP Yellow
40: GaP Green
90: GaP Green
Package Options
4: T-1
3
/4 (5 mm)
1: T-1 (3 mm)
4
Electrical/Optical Characteristics at T
A
= 25°C
Symbol Description T-1
3
/
4
T-1 Min. Typ. Max. Units Test Conditions
V
F
Forward Voltage 4700 1700 1.7 2.0 V 2 mA
4719 1719 1.8 2.5
4740 1790 1.9 2.2
V
R
Reverse Breakdown 4700 1700 5.0 V I
R
= 50 μA
Voltage 4719 1719 5.0
4740 1790 5.0
l
d
Dominant 4700 1700 626 nm Note 1
Wavelength 4719 1719 585
4740 1790 569
Dl
1/2
Spectral Line 4700 1700 40 nm
Halfwidth 4719 1719 36
4740 1790 28
t
S
Speed of Response 4700 1700 90 ns
4719 1719 90
4740 1790 500
C Capacitance 4700 1700 11 pF V
F
= 0,
4719 1719 15 f = 1 MHz
4740 1790 18
Rq
J-PIN
Thermal Resistance 4700 1700 260
[3]
°C/W Junction to Cathode
Lead
4719 1719 290
[4]
4740 1790
l
PEAK
Peak Wavelength 4700 1700 635 nm Measurement at Peak
4740 1790 565
h
V
Luminous Ecacy 4700 1700 145 lumens/watt Note 2
4719 1719 500
4740 1790 595
Notes:
1. The dominant wavelength, l
d
, is derived from the CIE chromaticity diagram and represents the single wavelength which denes the color of the
device.
2. The radiant intensity, I
e
, in watts per steradian, may be found from the equation I
e
= I
V
/h
V
, where I
V
is the luminous intensity in candelas and h
V
is
luminous ecacy in lumens/watt.
3. T-1
3
/
4
.
4. T-1.