IXYS Integrated Circuits Division Introduces New 350V Solid State Relay in a Miniature 8-Pin SOIC Package
The 350V CPC2030 Solid State Relay, offered in a package that is 40% smaller than the standard 8-Lead SOIC, specifically targets telecom switching and instrumentation applications
BEVERLY, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- IXYS Integrated Circuits Division (("IXYS ICD") formerly Clare, Inc.), a wholly owned subsidiary of IXYS Corporation (NAS: IXYS) , announced the availability of the miniature 350V, 8-pin narrow SOIC, Dual 1-Form-A (2 Single-Pole, Normally Open switches in a single package) Solid State Relay (SSR).
The CPC2030 is 40% smaller compared to the popular standard 8-lead SOIC, thus enabling significant board space savings. The CPC2030N uses IXYS Integrated Circuits Division's state of the art, double-molded vertical construction packaging to produce one of the world's smallest relays, and is a drop-in replacement for the Panasonic AQW210SX.
The CPC2030 features 120mA maximum load current and 30 Ohms of maximum on-resistance with 2mA of input trigger control current. The reduction of input current allows for the direct drive of these SSRs directly from our Zilog MCUs. Input to output isolation voltage is 1500Vrms. The 350V blocking voltage of the relay is ideal for use in telecom switching systems and instrumentation. Approvals include UL Certified Component: File E76270, CSA Certified Component: Certificate 1172007, EN/IEC 60950-1 Certified Component, and TUV Certificate B 10 05 49410 006.
The small size of this SSR and its low input power drive requirement makes it ideal for portable instruments and remote applications enabling automation control of industrial systems.
The CPC2030, 350V Dual 1-Form-A, normally open, SSR is in full production with a lead time of 4 weeks. 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/CPC2030N.pdf/$file/CPC2030N.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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