TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) today announced the launch of a transistor output photocoupler in a low-height SO6L package, which can be used to replace conventional DIP4 pin package products. Shipment will start from today.
The new product “TLP385” has an isolation specification equivalent to DIP4 F (wide lead) type package products, and guarantees a creepage and clearance distance of 8mm (min), and isolation voltage of 5kVrms (min).
With its low height of 2.3mm (max), a 45% reduction from DIP4 type package products, the new “TLP385” can be used in situations where there are strict height restrictions, such as on motherboards, and contribute to the development of smaller sets. It can be used for applications including inverter interfaces and general-purpose power supplies.
Key Specifications of the New Products
|Current Transfer Ratio (CTR[Note])||50 to 600% @ IF=5mA, VCE=5V|
|Turn-off Time (tOFF)||40μs (typ.) @ IF=16mA|
|Operating Temperature Range (Topr)||-55 to 110˚C|
Isolation Voltage (BVs)
|Safety Standard||UL, cUL, VDE, CQC|
[Note] Corresponds to each CTR rank, such as GR and GB.
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