Logic Output Optocouplers Photocoupler 30V .6A 5000Vrms

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53 Weeks Estimated factory production time.
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Minimum: 1500   Multiples: 1500

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Full Reel (Order in multiples of 1500)
kr 5,29 kr 7 935,00
Product Attribute Attribute Value
Product Category: Logic Output Opto-couplers
Photo IC
1 Channel
5000 Vrms
600 mA
10 mA
1.57 V
5 V
40 mW
- 40 C
+ 110 C
Brand: Toshiba
Fall Time: 50 ns
Product Type: Logic Output Optocouplers
Propagation Delay - Max: 500 ns
Rise Time: 50 ns
Factory Pack Quantity: 1500
Subcategory: Optocouplers
Type: Photocoupler

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