5MBd digital optocoupler consumes less than 10mW per channel

Avago has announced the ACPL-M21L/021L/024L/W21L/K24L optocoupler family, which consume less power than similar 5MBd optocouplers in the market. The ACPL-x2xL optocouplers are designed to meet customer needs for lower power, higher isolation voltage, and better common-mode rejection (CMR) performance, thanks to the excellent performance of the new LED and detector IC design.

The new ACPL-x2xL 5MBd digital optocouplers require minimum LED drive current of 1.6 mA, and detector IC power consumption of less than 1.1 mA. The detector IC contains a CMOS output stage with glitch-free output during power-up and power-down, and optical receiver input stage with built-in Schmitt trigger that provides logic-compatible waveforms, eliminating the need for additional waveshaping. An internal shield also guarantees high common-mode rejection (CMR) of minimum 25 kV/µs at 1000V common-mode voltage.  ACPL-x2xL optocouplers operate at 3.3V/5V power supply with guaranteed AC and DC performance from an extended temperature range of –40°C to +105°C.

The ACPL-M21L, ACPL-021L and ACPL-W21L are single-channel optocouplers in 5-lead small-outline (SO5), 8-lead small-outline (SO8) and stretched 6-lead small-outline (SO6) packages, respectively. Whereas, the ACPL-024L and ACPL-K24L are dual-channels optocouplers in 8-lead small-outline (SO8) and stretched 8-lead small-outline (SO8) packages, respectively.

All new optocouplers are compliant to industrial safety standards such as IEC/EN/DIN EN 60747-5-5 approval forreinforced insulation, UL 1577 and CSA.
The first available optocoupler, the ACPL-M21L is immediately available in sample quantities.

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