The CPC1984Y uses optically coupled MOSFET technology to provide 4000Vrms of input-to-output isolation. This offers the best combination of load voltage and load current available with a 4000Vrms isolation voltage. The optically coupled outputs, which employ IXYS ICD’s patented OptoMOS architecture, are controlled by a highly efficient infrared LED.
With a typical on-resistance rating of just 0.51 Ohms and a maximum rating of just 0.66 Ohms, the CPC1984Y offers significantly lower on-resistance than competitive devices. Its 600V blocking voltage rating provides sufficient design margin for both 110Vrms/220Vrms power line applications for universal power supplies.
“The 600V blocking voltage rating and 1A load current handling capability combine to make the CPC1984Y SIP (system in package) relay well suited for a variety of high-performance switching applications,” said Mark Heisig, General Manager and Vice President at IXYS Integrated Circuits Division. “This includes industrial and motor controls, utility meters, instrumentation, medical equipment and home appliances.”
The low drive power requirements reduce the CPC1984Y’s power consumption and snubbing circuits aren’t needed to suppress arcs when switching. The flammability rating of UL 94 V-0 ensures high flame retardance of the device’s plastic package.
The CPC1984Y SIP Power Relays are in volume production, and samples are available through any authorized IXYS ICD distributor. For a listing of IXYS ICD distributors, please visit www.IXYSIC.com. They are provided in a 4-Pin (8-Pin Body) Power SIP package, in quantities of 25 per tube.
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