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New Photorelays Have a High Current and Low On-resistance

25 May 2017

The 60 volt TLP3407S and 100 volt TLP3409S photorelays. (Source: TAEC)The 60 volt TLP3407S and 100 volt TLP3409S photorelays. (Source: TAEC)Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC) has expanded its lineup of photorelays to include two high-current products housed in a S-VSON4 package.

The 60 volt TLP3407S and 100 volt TLP3409S offer very low on-resistance and on/off switching of high currents, Toshiba says. The photorelays increase the operating temperature from 85 degrees Celsius to 110 degrees Celsius and the design helps to reduce the size of a tester board, increasing the number of relay circuits and integration density, TAEC says.

The higher voltage photorelays work with digital signal processor (DSP) applications for semiconductor test equipment and can be used for probe cards, medical equipment and as a replacement for mechanical relays.

The 60 volt TLP3407S and 100 volt TLP3409S are in production now.

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