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6N136 - 

Optocoupler, Transistor Output, 1 Channel, DIP, 8 Pins, 25 mA, 5.3 kV, 19 %

VISHAY 6N136

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Manufacturer:
VISHAY VISHAY
Manufacturer Part No:
6N136
Newark Part No.:
35K3078
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Product Overview

The 6N136 is a High Speed Optocoupler with a GaAIAs infrared emitting diode, optically coupled with an integrated photo detector which consists of a photo diode and a high-speed transistor. Signals can be transmitted between two electrically separated circuits up to frequencies of 2MHz. The potential difference between the circuits to be coupled should not exceed the maximum permissible reference voltages.
  • TTL compatible
  • 1Mbps High speed
  • High common-mode interference immunity
  • Open-collector output
  • External base wiring possible

Applications

Industrial, Communications & Networking

Product Information

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1 Channel
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DIP
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8Pins
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25mA
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5.3kV
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19%
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20V
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Each
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