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Optocoupler, Darlington Output, 1 Channel, DIP, 6 Pins, 60 mA, 7.5 kV, 500 %

H11G2M - Optocoupler, Darlington Output, 1 Channel, DIP, 6 Pins, 60 mA, 7.5 kV, 500 %

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Manufacturer Part No:
H11G2M
Newark Part No.:
78M1387
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Product Overview

The H11G2M is a 80V 6-pin DIP high voltage photodarlington-type Optically Coupled Optocoupler consist of gallium arsenide infrared emitting diode coupled with a silicon Darlington connected phototransistor which has an integral base-emitter resistor to optimize elevated temperature characteristics.
  • High sensitivity to low input current (minimum 500% CTR at IF= 1mA)
  • Low leakage current at elevated temperature (maximum 100μA at 80°C)

Applications

Consumer Electronics, Motor Drive & Control, Communications & Networking, Sensing & Instrumentation, Power Management

Product Information

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1 Channel
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DIP
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6Pins
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60mA
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7.5kV
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500%
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80V
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Each
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