I'm trying to convert the current signal from a photodiode to voltage through a transimpedence amplifier.
The photodiode is put in photovoltaic mode in order to get the greatest accuracy and lowest possible dark current, which means that the cathode is connected to the invetering input of the amplifier.
Furthermore, in order to get a greater amplification and avoid "minus" voltage on the output, I intend to raise the voltage on the non-inverting input.
I'm now realizing that my photodiode only states a "typical" short circuit current at 100lx, but no maximum current.
I intend to do this in a 5v circuit, and ideally ≈5v from V_Out should resemble the maximum current from the photodiode, and obviously vise-versa ≈0v the lowest.
Since I don't have a minimum and maximum output current of the photodiode in photovoltaic mode, I have a hard time understanding how i should determine the values for hence the offset voltage and the resistance for the feedback resistor?