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PHOTOMOS CC TSON 1 FORM B

PhotoMOS® CC TSON 1 Form B Semiconductor Relays

Low Current and High Temperature in a Miniature Thin Slim Outline Non-lead Package 

Panasonic, a worldwide leader in Relay Products, announces the PhotoMOS® CC Semiconductor Relay with a super small TSON package, an oscillation circuit, and a built-in capacitor coupled isolation driver IC. These PhotoMOS CC Relays are the latest version of this technology, which now is available as a 1 Form B, customarily closed, contact arrangement. The PhotoMOS CC TSON 1 Form B Relay differs from traditional PhotoMOS products, which use an optically coupled isolation and the current driving method.

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Learn how to increase reliability by changing Reed Relays to PhotoMOS. Reed Relays, including Mercury Reed Relays, dominated the market until the introduction of Solid-State devices. In the tester market, there is a growing trend to replace Reed Relays with PhotoMOS Relay solutions to increase long-term performance and reliability. Solid State Relays excel in reliability; the absence of physical contact to provide isolation of the electrical signal causes leakage current. Panasonic's "T-circuit" design significantly reduces leakage current. A solution that uses three separate PhotoMOS Relays to create a circuit optimized for reducing leakage current and maximizing isolation at a high frequency.

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Panasonic PhotoMOS® Relays are MOSFET-enabled Solid State Relays featuring low off-state leakage current and stable on-resistance over the component lifetime. Low CxR values, high optical isolation between input and output, and DC and AC / DC load ratings. MOSFET drivers are available in SSOP, SOP 4-pin, and DIP 6-pin.

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