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I'M SEARCHING A SOLID STATE RELAY WITH Ton LESS THAN 50uS AND Toff LESS THAN 150uS.
VOUTMAX MUST BE NON LESS THAN 50V (100mA).
ANY HELP ?
THANKS IN ADVANCE.
BGA
 

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Is there some reason why you don't want to use a transistor or a thyristor(triac)??
 

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No.... an example?
 

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two mosfets in commen source connection :wink:
 

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Is the switch going to be unipolar or bipolar?
I mean is the current through your load DC or AC?
 

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OPTOISOLATED, UNIPOLAR AND DC.
 

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Sorry if it sounds too simple but you seem to be looking for a transistor optocoupler with an additional transistor for current gain(in other words a darlington whose first transistor is inside the optocoupler and the other is external).
 

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yes... is there an opto with darlington output?
 

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