MOC3062-M - 

Optocoupler, Triac Output, DIP, 6 Pins, 7.5 kV, Zero Crossing, 600 V

MOC3062-M - Optocoupler, Triac Output, DIP, 6 Pins, 7.5 kV, Zero Crossing, 600 V

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The MOC3062-M is a 600V zero crossing TRIAC Driver Output Optocoupler consists of a GaAs infrared emitting diode optically coupled to a monolithic silicon detector performing the function of a zero voltage crossing bilateral TRIAC driver. They are designed for use with a TRIAC in the interface of logic systems to equipment powered from 115/240VAC lines, such as solid state relays, solenoids etc.
  • Simplifies logic control of 115/240VAC power
  • Zero voltage crossing
  • 600V/µs guaranteed


Consumer Electronics, Motor Drive & Control, Industrial, Lighting

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