|Manufacturer Part Number: TLP2361
|Manufacturer / Brand: Toshiba
|Part of Description: SoC TLP2361
|Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: Lead free / RoHS Compliant
|Ship From: HK/Shen Zhen
|Shipment Way: DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS
|Package / Case
|Maximum Operating Temperature
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|Vf – Forward Voltage
|Vr – Reverse Voltage
|Pd – Power Dissipation
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Signal Isolation: Optocouplers are commonly used to isolate signals between different sections of a system, especially in applications where there are different ground potentials or to protect sensitive components from high-voltage spikes.
Microcontroller Interfacing: Optocouplers can be used to interface microcontrollers with high-voltage or noisy circuits, providing a level of protection for the microcontroller.
Switching Power Supplies: Optocouplers are used in feedback loops of switching power supplies to provide isolation between the high-voltage side (primary) and low-voltage side (secondary).
Isolated Data Communication: In systems where data needs to be communicated between isolated sections, such as industrial control systems, optocouplers can be used to transmit signals without a direct electrical connection.
Motor Control: Optocouplers are used in motor control circuits to isolate the control signals from the high-power sections, preventing interference and protecting control circuitry.
Instrumentation Amplifiers: Optocouplers can be used in instrumentation amplifier circuits where high common-mode rejection is required.
Feedback Loops: Optocouplers are often employed in feedback loops of analog and digital circuits to transfer feedback signals while maintaining isolation.
Audio Equipment: In audio applications, optocouplers can be used to isolate different sections of audio processing circuits.
Medical Equipment: Optocouplers find applications in medical devices where electrical isolation is crucial for patient safety.
Switching and Pulse Transformer Replacement: Optocouplers can be used in place of traditional switching transformers or pulse transformers for signal transfer and isolation.