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Product description

Optoisolator Transistor Output 5300Vrms 1 Channel 4-SMD

OPTOISOLATOR 5.3KV TRANS 4SMD

Features:

  • Part Status:-Active
  • Number of Channels:-1
  • Voltage - Isolation:-5300Vrms
  • Current Transfer Ratio (Min):-100% @ 5mA
  • Current Transfer Ratio (Max):-300% @ 5mA
  • Turn On / Turn Off Time (Typ):-2µs
  • 25µs
  • Rise / Fall Time (Typ):--
  • Input Type:-DC
  • Output Type:-Transistor
  • Voltage - Output (Max):-70V
  • Current - Output / Channel:-50mA
  • Voltage - Forward (Vf) (Typ):-1.25V
  • Current - DC Forward (If) (Max):-60mA
  • Vce Saturation (Max):-400mV
  • Operating Temperature:--55°C ~ 100°C
  • Mounting Type:-Surface Mount
  • Package / Case:-4-SMD
  • Gull Wing
  • Supplier Device Package:-4-SMD
  • Environmental amp; Export Classifications

  • Lead Free Status / RoHS Status : Lead free / RoHS Compliant
  • Moisture Sensitivity Level (MSL): 1 (Unlimited)
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