Broadcom ACFJ-3262 is a 10 A dual-channel gate drive optocoupler

Broadcom ACFJ-3262 is a 10 A dual-channel gate drive optocoupler

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The ACFJ-3262 is a 10 A dual-channel gate drive optocoupler device in the SO-24 package designed for high voltage, space-constrained industrial applications

The ACFJ-3262 is a 10 A dual-channel gate drive optocoupler device in the SO-24 package designed for high voltage, space-constrained industrial applications like motor drives and inverters. The new package features a 600 V CTI mold which reduces the creepage requirement due to high insulation voltage in a compact footprint. It features transient immunity (CMTI) greater than 100 kV/μs, preventing erroneous gate driver failures in noisy environments. The new device has less than 95 ns propagation delay, enabling high frequency switching to improve MOSFET and GaN transistor/FET driving efficiency

Key features

  • 10 A max peak output current
  • Dual-channel with 2.8 mm creepage between channels
  • 600 V CTI mold
  • Dual rail-to-rail outputs for separate source and sink

Additional features

  • Industry’s first 10 A gate drive optocouplers
  • 95 ns max propagation delay
  • 100 kV/µs minimum common mode rejection (CMR) at VCM = 1000 V
  • ICC = 4.0 mA max supply current
  • Wide operating VCC range: 10 to 25 V
  • 600 V CTI SO-24 package
  • Industrial temperature range:
    • From -40 to +125 °C
  • Safety approvals:
    • UL recognized: 5000 VRMS for 1 minute.
    • CSA approved
    • IEC/EN/DIN EN 60747-5-5 VIORM = 1.230 VPEAK

Applications

  • MOSFET and GaN transistor/FET gate drive
  • AC and brushless DC motor drives
  • Renewable energy inverters and storage
  • Industrial inverters
  • Switching Power Supplies (SMPS)

more information: https://www.broadcom.com/products/optocouplers/industrial-plastic/isolated-gate-drive-optocouplers/gate-drives/acfj-3262-000e

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