TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) Semiconductor & Storage Products Company today announced the launch of low trigger current triac couplers in SO6 packages that reduce input-side power consumption to one-fifth that of Toshiba existing products. Mass production of the two new products, the non-zero-cross type “TLP267J” and the zero-cross type “TLP268J”, starts today.
The new triac couplers support a low trigger current of 3mA (max), with selected spec-types supporting 2mA (max) also available. They can reduce input-side power consumption to one-fifth of Toshiba existing products, “TLP265J” and “TLP266J”. This low-trigger-drive can contribute to flexibility of design and lower energy consumption. The triac couplers also secure reinforced insulation  at an isolation voltage of 3750Vrms, making them suitable for both industrial and consumer applications. They also meet JEDEC standards for reflow mounting.
Heater control, heated toilet seats, solid state relays, solenoid valve controls, etc.
Main Specifications of the New Products
|Max Trigger LED Current IFT (mA)||10, (7)*||3, (2)*||10, (7)*||3, (2)*|
|Peak Off-state Voltage VDRM (V)||600|
|On-state Current IT (mA)||70|
|Isolation Voltage BVS (Vrms)||3750|
|Construction Parameter||Creepage||5mm (min)|
|Insulation Thickness||0.4mm (min)|
( )* : Trigger LED current selection is available.
|||VDE EN60747-5-5 approved, including DIN EN60950 & DIIN EN 60065.|
|CQC and UL/cUL application is pending approval.|
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