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Sensing and Control

High Voltage Isolator


OPI1268
Features:

TTLcompa bleoutput
16KVisola on
2Mbit/s
tPHLtPLH500ns
Creepagepath:0.970(24.64mm)
Airpath:0.970(24.64mm)
ULrecognizedfileNo.E58730*

Descrip on:
TheOPI1268isahighvoltageisolatorwithadigitaloutputthatiscapableofhighspeeddatatransmission.Theinputofthe
OPI1268consistsofahigheciencyGaAlAsLEDwithapeakwavelengthof850nm,whichisop callycoupledtotheoutput
op calIC.AphotodiodeintheoutputICdetectstheincomingmodulatedlightandconvertsittoapropor onatecurrent.
Thiscurrentisfedintoahighgainlinearamplifierwhichistemperature,currentandvoltagecompensated.Theresultisa
highlystabledigitaloutputwithanopencollectorinverterconfigura on.ThisdeviceproducesDCandACvoltageisola on
betweentheinputandoutputcircuitrywhileprovidingTTLsignalintegrity.

Applica ons:

OrderingInforma on

DatatransmissionforHigh
voltageisola on
PCBoardpowersystem
isola on
Industrialequipmentpower
isola on

Part
Number

LEDPeak
Wavelength

Sensor
Photologic

Isola on
Voltage
(,000)

tPLH/tPHL
Max(ns)

IF(mA)
Typ/Max

VCE(V)
Max

Lead
Length/
Spacing

OPI1268

850nm

OpenCollector

16

100/200

10/50

18

0.12"/
0.98"

Medicalequipmentpower
isola on
Oceequipment

Pin#

Func on

Cathode

Anode

Vcc

Output

Ground

GeneralNote
TTElectronicsreservestherighttomakechangesinproductspecifica on
withoutno ceorliability.Allinforma onissubjecttoTTElectronicsowndata
andisconsideredaccurateat meofgoingtoprint.
TTelectronicsplc

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OPI1268
AbsoluteMaximumRa ngs(TA=25oCunlessotherwisenoted)

StorageTemperature

40Cto+100C

Opera ngTemperature

40Cto+100C
(2)

InputtoOutputIsola onVoltage

16KVDC
(3)

LeadSolderingTemperature(1/16(1.6mm)fromcasefor5secondswithsolderingiron)

260C

InputDiode
Con nuousForwardCurrent

30mA

PeakForwardcurrent(1spulsewidth,300pps)

3.0A

ReverseVoltage

3.0V
(1)

PowerDissipa on

100mW

OutputIC
MaximumSupplyVoltage

7V

(4)

PowerDissipa on

40mW

MaximumOutputVoltage

18V

MaximumOutputCurrent

25mA

ElectricalCharacteris cs(TA=0Cto70Cunlessotherwisenoted)
SYMBOL

PARAMETER

MIN

TYP

MAX

UNITS

TESTCONDITIONS

InputDiode
VF

ForwardVoltage

1.3

1.6

IF=20mA

IR

ReverseCurrent

0.1

100

VR=2.0V

OutputIC(VCC=4.5Vto5.25V)(SeeOPL550foraddi onalinforma onforreferenceonly.)


IOH

HighLevelOutputCurrent

0.20

10

IF=0.0mA,VOH=18.0V,Vcc=5.25V

VOL

LowLevelOutputVoltage

0.44

0.55

IF=10.0mA,IOL=8.0mA,Vcc=4.5V

ICCH

HighLevelSupplyCurrent

4.2

ICCL

LowLevelSupplyCurrent

6.7

10

mA

IF=0,Vcc=5.25V
IF=10.0mA,Vcc=5.25V

CoupledCharacteris cs(VCC=5V)
CIO

CouplingCapacitance

tPLH

Propaga onDelaytoLowOutputLevel

200

tPHL

Propaga onDelaytoHighOutputLevel

100

IISO

Isola onLeakageCurrent

IF+

LEDPosi veGoingThresholdCurrent

0.8

1.7

pF

Inputandoutputleadsshorted.

ns

SeeFigure1

VISO=@7kVRMS
(inputandoutputleadsshorted)

5.0

mA

VCC=5V,IOL=8.0mA

Notes:
(1) Deratelinearly1.33mW/Cabove25C
(2) ULregisteredunderE58730.
(3) RMAfluxisrecommended.Thedura oncanbeextendedto10secondsmaximumwhenflowsoldering.
(4) Deratelinearly0.54mW/Cabove25C
GeneralNote
TTElectronicsreservestherighttomakechangesinproductspecifica on
withoutno ceorliability.Allinforma onissubjecttoTTElectronicsowndata
andisconsideredaccurateat meofgoingtoprint.
TTelectronicsplc

1645WallaceDrive,Carrollton,TX75006|Ph:+19723232200
www.optekinc.com|www. electronics.com
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OPI1268
IF(+) vs Ta

V(out) vs IF

10

6.0

IF - Forward Current - mA

V(out) - Typical Voltage Low Output - V

5.0

VCC = 5.0 V
IOL = 8.0 mA

Vcc = 4.5 V
IOL = 8 mA
Ta = 25 C

4.0

3.0

2.0

1.0

0.0

0
-40

-20

20

40

60

80

100

IF - Forward Current - mA

Ta - Ambient Temperature - C

IOH vs. Ambient Temperature

Vol vs Ambient Temperature


0.6

7
Vcc = 5.0 V
VOH = 18.0 V

VCC=4.50V
IOL=8mA
IF=10mA

0.4

IOH - A

VOL - Low Output Voltage - V

0.5

0.3

3
0.2

2
0.1

0.0
-40

-20

20

40

60

80

-40

100

-20

40

60

80

100

Variable Diode Forward Current (IF) vs Propagation Delay Time - (tPLH, tPHL)

Supply Current vs ICCH and ICCL vs Ambient temperature


9

120

tPLH, tPHL - Typical Propagation Delay Time - ns

ICCL

6
5

ICCH

VCC = 5.0 V
RL = 560
f = 100 kHz

110

VCC = 5.25
IF = 10mA

Supply Current - mA

20

Ta - Ambient Temperature - C

Ta - Ambient Temperature - C

VCC = 5.25
IF = 0mA

3
2
1

100

90
Avg. tPLH Delay
Avg. tPHL Delay

80

70

60

50

40

30

-40

-20

20

40

60

80

Ta - Ambient Temperature -c

GeneralNote
TTElectronicsreservestherighttomakechangesinproductspecifica on
withoutno ceorliability.Allinforma onissubjecttoTTElectronicsowndata
andisconsideredaccurateat meofgoingtoprint.
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100

10

11

12

IF - Diode Forward Current - mA

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OPI1268
dV/dT
OPI1268 dV/dT Emitter

OPI1268 dV/dT Sensor

0.5

0.5

0.4

OPI1268 On (Spec 2 Volt s)

0.2

0.2

0.1

0.1

0
-0.1

OPI1268 On (Spec 2 Volt s)


OPI1268 Of f (Spec 0.8 Volt s)

0.3

Volts

0
-0.1

-0.2

-0.2

-0.3
-0.4

-0.3

Pulse Leading Edge

Pulse Trailing Edge

2,000 volt s Peak-Peak

2,000 volt s Peak-Peak

Rise or Fall Time 20 ns 10%-90%

Rise or Fall Time 20 ns 10%-90%

-0.4

-0.5

Pulse Leading Edge

Pulse Trailing Edge

2,000 volt s Peak-Peak

2,000 volt s Peak-Peak

Rise or Fall Time 20 ns 10%-90%

Rise or Fall Time 20 ns 10%-90%

Time (ns)

GeneralNote
TTElectronicsreservestherighttomakechangesinproductspecifica on
withoutno ceorliability.Allinforma onissubjecttoTTElectronicsowndata
andisconsideredaccurateat meofgoingtoprint.
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350

300

250

200

150

100

50

-0.5
50

Vo lts

0.4

OPI1268 Of f (Spec 0.8 Volt s)

0.3

Time (ns)

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