IXYS Integrated Circuits Division Introduces New Power Solid State Relay (SSR) with 5kv Isolation Voltage
The CPC1907B Power Relay is ideal for Industrial Controls, Motor Controls and Security Applications
BEVERLY, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- IXYS Integrated Circuits Division (formerly Clare, Inc.), a wholly owned subsidiary of IXYS Corporation (NAS: IXYS) , announced the immediate availability of the CPC1907B, +/-6ADC or 6Arms, AC Power SSR. The 1-Form-A CPC1907B is a 60V device with very low 0.06 ohms of on-resistance, offered in the new Power SOIC package.
The new, 8-pin, low-profile Power SOIC package for high-current power relays, provides input to output isolation of 5000Vrms, while optically coupled circuitry provides exceptional noise immunity. Switching of the efficient MOSFET switches is controlled by the photovoltaic die using the patented OptoMOS architecture while activation of the output is controlled by a highly efficient input LED. The combination of low on-resistance and high load current handling capabilities makes this relay suitable for a variety of high-performance switching applications. 12.5mm of external creepage distance can be achieved with the appropriate printed circuit board layout.
Input control current to the infrared LED for switching is 5mA. This relay can be readily controlled with the Zilog MCUs in a variety of applications under the 'World of IXYS' reference designs for power management, especially in reducing energy consumption by turning off power to appliances and subsystems as needed. Applications include:motor controls, UPS, power supplies, lighting, valve and solenoid controls, security door and gate latches, medical equipment, home appliances, home automation and HVAC controls.
The CPC1907B, available in the 8-pin Power SOIC package, is approved to the UL 508 standard for industrial control equipment.
For additional information, please contact your local sales representative, http://www.ixysic.com/home/pages.nsf/locate.rep or visit http://www.ixysic.com/home/pdfs.nsf/www/CPC1907B.pdf/$file/CPC1907B.pdf for the datasheet.
About IXYS Integrated Circuits Division and IXYS Corporation
IXYS Integrated Circuits Division (formerly Clare, Inc.), a leader in the design and manufacture of solid state relays and high voltage integrated circuits, is a wholly owned subsidiary of IXYS Corporation. IXYS Corporation develops and markets primarily high performance power semiconductor devices that are used in controlling and converting electrical power efficiently in power systems for the telecommunication and internet infrastructure, motor drives, medical systems and transportation. IXYS also serves its markets with a combination of digital and analog integrated circuits. Additional information about IXYS Integrated Circuits Division and IXYS may be found at www.ixysic.com and www.ixys.com.
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