Toshiba Automotive Photocouplers & Photorelays | New Product BriefJune 29, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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Toshiba Automotive Photocouplers & Photorelays
Toshiba automotive photocouplers and photorelays provide the isolation needed in battery management systems, inverters, and DC-DC converters, while offering the reliability and longevity needed in vehicle applications.
All devices in the portfolio are AEC-Q101 qualified and photocouplers are offered with three types of outputs: IC Output Photocouplers can transmit at up to 20Mbps, Transistor Output Photocouplers are available with CTR up to 900 and 40V or 80V VCEO, and Photovoltaic Photocouplers offer a 12µA short circuit minimum and 7V open voltage minimum. Toshiba’s automotive photorelays are faster, smaller, quieter, and longer-lasting than mechanical relays, while providing cleaner and faster signaling.
Toshiba’s automotive photocouplers and photorelays have a minimum isolation voltage rating of 3750VRMS and are housed in small SO-4 or SO-6 surface mount packages.
- AEC-Q101 qualified
- IC Output Photocouplers: 1Mbps to 20Mbps, open collector or totem-pole structure
- Transistor Output Photocouplers: 50 to 900 Current Transfer Ratio (CTR) and 40V or 80V VCEO
- Photovoltaic Photocouplers: 12µA short circuit current (ISC) and 7V open voltage (VOC) minimums
- Isolation voltage (BVS): 3750Vrms minimum
- SO-4: 2.6mm × 7.0mm × 2.1mm
- SO-6: 3.7mm × 7.0mm × 2.1mm
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