600 V, 1 A Power SIP Relay Provides Up to 4000 V Input-to-Output Isolation for High-Performance Switching

14 November 2018

IXYS Integrated Circuits Division, now part of Littelfuse Inc., has introduced the CPC1984Y, a 600 V, Normally Source: Littelfuse, Inc.Source: Littelfuse, Inc.Open Power SIP Relay, rated for up to 1 A DC/1 Arms continuous load current, twice the load current of the company’s most popular power relay. This high-reliability device uses optically coupled MOSFET technology to provide 4000 Vrms of input-to-output isolation. In fact, the CPC1984Y SIP Relay offers the best combination of load voltage and load current available with a 4000 Vrms 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 600 V blocking voltage rating provides sufficient design margin for both 110 Vrms/220 Vrms power line applications for universal power supplies.

CPC1984Y SIP Relays offer these key benefits:

  • Low drive power requirements reduce the CPC1984Y’s power consumption.
  • Snubbing circuits aren’t needed to suppress arcs when switching.
  • 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 four-pin (eight-pin body) power SIP package, in quantities of 25 per tube.

For More Information
Additional information is available on the Power Relays (MOSFET-based) page. For technical questions, please contact: IXYS ICD Marketing and Technical Support.

To contact the author of this article, email engineering360editors@globalspec.com

Powered by CR4, the Engineering Community

Discussion – 0 comments

By posting a comment you confirm that you have read and accept our Posting Rules and Terms of Use.
Engineering Newsletter Signup
Get the Engineering360
Stay up to date on:
Features the top stories, latest news, charts, insights and more on the end-to-end electronics value chain.
Weekly Newsletter
Get news, research, and analysis
on the Electronics industry in your
inbox every week - for FREE
Sign up for our FREE eNewsletter
Find Free Electronics Datasheets