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Toshiba launches 4-form-a voltage driven optical relay, one of the smallest package types in the industry

2022-02-03 15:12:49 TechWeb

【TechWeb】12 month 18 Daily news , Toshiba electronic components and Storage Devices Co., Ltd (“ Toshiba corp. ”) Recently announced , Launch three products with one of the smallest packages in the industry 4-Form-A Voltage driven optical relay --“TLP3407SRA4”,”TLP3412SRHA4” And “TLP3475SRHA4“, These three devices began to support batch shipment recently .

The new product is Toshiba's first four channel normally open optical relay . It adopts the newly developed small S-VSON16T encapsulation , The typical value of installation area is only 12.5 square millimetre , It is one of the smallest packaging types in the industry . And because of the built-in resistance on the input side , These products can be driven by voltage without any external resistance . These features help reduce the need for board space , Thus, more optical relays can be installed .

The new optical relay is suitable for applications such as semiconductor tester, which need to install a large number of relays on circuit boards with limited space .

The maximum rated operating temperature of the new product is 125℃, Therefore, it is suitable for high temperature environment , And it is easy to ensure thermal design margin .

application

·  Semiconductor tester ( For memory 、SoC and LSI Probe card and test head of other devices )

·  Aging equipment

·  Measuring instrument ( Oscilloscope 、 Data recorder, etc )

characteristic

·  One of the smallest packaging types in the industry S-VSON16T encapsulation ,4-Form-A contact

·  Voltage driven type with integrated input resistor , No external resistance is required ( Input voltage :3.3V System or 5V System )

·  High rated operating temperature :Topr Maximum =125℃

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