Since the output is driven by a TRIAC we can drive loads upto V and the triac can conduct in both directions hence controlling AC loads will not be a problem. It also has a decent rise and fall time and hence can be used to control the output voltage. Since the output is controlled we can control the intensity of the light or the speed of a AC motor. So if you are looking for a opto-isolator to control a AC application through DC then this IC might be the right choice for you. They are normally connected to another power switch like a Triac in our case, this TRIAC will be able to provide enough current to drive the loads and will be controlled using the opto-coupler.
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File Number E High Isolation. Input-to-output peak voltage, 5 s maximum duration, 60 Hz see Note 1. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
NOTES: 1. Input-to-output peak voltage is the internal device dielectric breakdown rating. Products conform to specifications per the terms of Texas Instruments standard warranty.
Production processing does not necessarily include testing of all parameters. The frequency of Vin is increased until the phototriac turns on. With no further input pulses, the frequency of Vin is then gradually decreased until the phototriac turns off.
Figure 1. The case can withstand soldering temperature with no deformation and device performance characteristics remain stable when operated in high-humidity conditions. Leads are within 0,13 0. Pin 1 identified by index dot. Terminal connections: 1. Anode part of the infrared-emitting diode 2. Cathode part of the infrared-emitting diode 3.
No internal connection 4. Main terminal part of the phototransistor 5. Main terminal part of the phototransistor D. All linear dimensions are given in millimeters and parenthetically given in inches.
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