HCPL-0731-000E - 

Optocoupler, Darlington Output, 2 Channel, SOIC, 8 Pins, 20 mA, 3.75 kV, 500 %

HCPL-0731-000E - Optocoupler, Darlington Output, 2 Channel, SOIC, 8 Pins, 20 mA, 3.75 kV, 500 %

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The HCPL-0731-000E is a 2-channel 8-pin low input current High Gain Optocoupler contains a separated pair of GaAsP light emitting diodes optically coupled to a pair of integrated high gain photodetectors. It provides extremely high current transfer ratio and excellent input-output common mode transient immunity. A separate pin for the photodiodes and first gain stages (VCC) permits lower output saturation voltage and higher speed operation than possible with conventional photodarlington type optocouplers. In addition, VCC may be as low as 1.6V without adversely affecting the parametric performance. It is suitable for digital logic ground isolation, telephone ring detector, level shifting, EIA RS-232C line receiver and polarity sensing.
  • 1800% Typical high current transfer ratio
  • 0.5mA Low input current requirement
  • 0.1V Low output saturation voltage
  • 60mA High output current


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