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IL600A Series Isolators
Passive-Input Digital Isolators – Open Drain Outputs
Features
Functional Diagrams
VOE
OUT1
IN1
GND
IL610A
OUT1
IN1
OUT2
IN2
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10 Mbps data rate
Flexible inputs with very wide input voltage range
5 mA input current
Failsafe output (logic high output for zero coil current)
No carrier or clock for low EMI emissions and susceptibility
3 V to 5 V power supplies
1000 VRMS/1500 VDC high voltage endurance
44000 year barrier life
Low power dissipation
−40°C to 85°C temperature range
UL 1577 recognized; IEC 60747-5-5 (VDE 0884) certified
8-Pin MSOP, SOIC, and PDIP packages
GND
Applications
IL611A
VDD1
IN1
OUT2
OUT1
VDD2
GND
IN2
GND
IL612A
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General purpose optocoupler replacement
Wired-OR alarms
SPI interface
I2C
RS-485, RS-422, or RS-232
Space-critical multi-channel applications
Isolated relays and actuators
Description
The IL600A-Series are isolated signal couplers with opendrain outputs. They have a similar interface but better
performance and higher package density than optocouplers.
The devices are manufactured with NVE’s patented*
IsoLoop® spintronic Giant Magnetoresistive (GMR)
technology for small size, high speed, and low power.
A unique ceramic/polymer composite barrier provides
excellent isolation and virtually unlimited barrier life.
A resistor sets the input current; a capacitor in parallel with
the current-limit resistor provides improved dynamic
performance.
These versatile components simplify inventory requirements
by replacing a variety of optocouplers, functioning over a
wide range of data rates, edge speeds, and power supply
levels. The devices are available in MSOP, SOIC, and PDIP
packages, as well as bare die.
Isoloop® is a registered trademark of NVE Corporation.
*U.S. Patent numbers 5,831,426; 6,300,617 and others.
NVE Corporation
11409 Valley View Road, Eden Prairie, MN 55344-3617
REV. Z
Phone: (952) 829-9217
www.isoloop.com
[email protected]
©NVE Corporation
IL600A Series Isolators
Absolute Maximum Ratings(1)
Parameters
Storage Temperature
Ambient Operating Temperature
Supply Voltage
DC Input Current
AC Input Current (Single-Ended Input)
AC Input Current (Differential Input)
Output Voltage
Maximum Output Current
ESD
Symbol
TS
TA
VDD
IIN
IIN
IIN
VO
IO
Min.
−55
−40
−0.5
−25
−35
−75
−0.5
−10
Typ.
Max.
150
85
7
25
35
75
VDD+1.5
10
2
Units
°C
°C
V
mA
mA
mA
V
mA
kV
Test Conditions
HBM
Note 1: Operating at absolute maximum ratings will not damage the device. Parametric performance is not guaranteed at absolute maximum ratings.
Recommended Operating Conditions
Parameters
Ambient Operating Temperature
Supply Voltage
Open Drain Reverse Voltage
Open Drain Voltage
Open Drain Load Current
Common Mode Input Voltage
Symbol
TA
VDD
VSD
VDS
IOD
VCM
Min.
−40
3.0
−0.5
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
85
5.5
Test Conditions
6.5
7
400
Units
°C
V
V
V
mA
VRMS
Max.
Units
Test Conditions
Insulation Specifications
Parameters
Creepage Distance (external)
MSOP
0.15'' SOIC
PDIP
Total Barrier Thickness
Leakage Current
Barrier Resistance
Barrier Capacitance
Comparative Tracking Index
High Voltage Endurance
(Maximum Barrier Voltage
for Indefinite Life)
Typ.
3.01
4.03
7.08
0.012
RIO
CIO
CTI
AC
DC
VIO
≥175
1000
mm
mm
mm
mm
μA
Ω
pF
V
VRMS
1500
VDC
0.013
0.2
>1014
7
Barrier Life
44000
Years
240 VRMS, 60 Hz
500 V
f = 1 MHz
Per IEC 60112
At maximum
operating temperature
100°C, 1000 VRMS, 60%
CL activation energy
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Fax: (952) 829-9189
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IL600A Series Isolators
Safety and Approvals
IEC 60747-5-5 (VDE 0884) (File Number 5016933-4880-0001)
• Working Voltage (VIORM) 600 VRMS (848 VPK); basic insulation; pollution degree 2
• Transient overvoltage (VIOTM) and surge voltage (VIOSM) 4000 VPK
• Each part tested at 1590 VPK for 1 second, 5 pC partial discharge limit
• Samples tested at 4000 VPK for 60 sec.; then 1358 VPK for 10 sec. with 5 pC partial discharge limit
IEC 61010-1 (Edition 2; TUV Certificate Numbers N1502812; N1502812-101)
Reinforced Insulation; Pollution Degree II; Material Group III
Part No. Suffix
-1
-2
-3
None
Package
MSOP
PDIP
SOIC
Wide-body SOIC/True 8™
Working Voltage
150 VRMS
300 VRMS
150 VRMS
300 VRMS
UL 1577 (Component Recognition Program File Number E207481)
Each part other than MSOP tested at 3000 VRMS (4240 VPK) for 1 second; each lot sample tested at 2500 VRMS (3530 VPK) for 1 minute
MSOP tested at 1200 VRMS (1768 VPK) for 1 second; each lot sample tested at 1500 VRMS (2121 VPK) for 1 minute
Soldering Profile
Per JEDEC J-STD-020C; MSL 1
Electrostatic Discharge Sensitivity
This product has been tested for electrostatic sensitivity to the limits stated in the specifications. However, NVE recommends that all integrated
circuits be handled with appropriate care to avoid damage. Damage caused by inappropriate handling or storage could range from performance
degradation to complete failure.
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IL600A Series Isolators
IL610A Pin Connections
1
2
3
4
5
6
NC
IN+
IN−
NC
GND
OUT
7
VOE
8
VDD
No internal connection
Coil connection
Coil connection
No internal connection
Ground return for VDD
Data out
Output enable.
Internally held low with 100 kΩ
Supply Voltage
NC
VDD
IN+
VOE
IN-
OUT
NC
GND
IL610A
IL611A Pin Connections
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
IN1+
IN1−
IN2+
IN2−
GND
OUT2
OUT1
VDD
Channel 1 coil connection
Channel 1 coil connection
Channel 2 coil connection
Channel 2 coil connection
Ground return for VDD
Data out, channel 2
Data out, channel 1
Supply Voltage
IN1+
VDD
IN1-
OUT1
IN2+
OUT2
IN2-
GND
IL611A
IL612A Pin Connections
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
IN1
VDD1
OUT2
GND1
GND2
IN2
VDD2
OUT1
Data in, channel 1
Supply Voltage 1
Data out, channel 2
Ground return for VDD1
Ground return for VDD2
Data in, channel 2
Supply Voltage 2
Data out, channel 1
IN1
OUT1
VDD1
VDD2
OUT2
IN2
GND1
GND2
IL612A
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IL600A Series Isolators
Operating Specifications
Input Specifications (VDD = 3 V − 5.5 V; T = −40°C − 85°C unless otherwise stated)
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units
47
85
112
Ω
Coil Input Resistance
RCOIL
31
85
128
Ω
Coil Resistance Temperature Coefficient
TC RCOIL
0.2
0.25
Ω/°C
Coil Inductance
LCOIL
9
nH
IINH-DC
0.5
1
mA
DC Input Threshold (5 V)
IINL-DC
3.5
5
mA
0.5
0.3
mA
IINH-DC
DC Input Threshold (3 V)
IINL-DC
5
8
mA
Parameters
IINH-BOOST
Dynamic Input Threshold (3 V)
0.5
1
IINL-BOOST
IINH-DIFF
Differential Input Threshold
3.5
0.5
IFS-HIGH
IFS-LOW
IFS-HIGH
IFS-LOW
tIR, tIF
|CMH|,|CML|
Failsafe Input Current(1) (3 V)
Input Signal Rise and Fall Times
Common Mode Transient Immunity
5
1
IINL-DIFF
Failsafe Input Current(1) (5 V)
mA
mA
3.5
−25
5
−25
8
15
mA
5
mA
0.5
25
0.3
25
1
mA
mA
mA
mA
μs
kV/μs
20
Test Conditions
T = 25°C
T = −40°C − 85°C
Test Circuit 1;
VDD = 4.5 V − 5.5 V
Test Circuit 1;
VDD = 3V − 3.6 V;
no boost cap
VDD = 3V − 3.6 V;
tIR = tIF = 3 ns;
CBOOST = 16 pF
Test Circuit 2;
VDD = 3V − 5.5 V;
input current reverses;
boost cap not required
Test Circuit 1;
VDD = 4.5 V − 5.5 V
Test Circuit 1;
VDD = 3 V − 3.6 V
VT = 300 Vpeak
Notes:
1. Failsafe Operation is defined as the guaranteed output state which will be achieved if the DC input current falls between the input levels specified
(see Test Circuit 1 for details). Note if Failsafe to Logic Low is required, the DC current supplied to the coil must be at least 8 mA using 3.3 V supplies versus
5 mA for 5 V supplies.
+V
Rlimit
Cboost
IL610A
3
2 +
+V
VDD
2K
2K
10nF
VDD
10 nF
8
8
IL610A
Rlimit
7
3
6
2 +
5
7
6
5
15pF
15 pF
1K
GND1
GND
GND1
2
Test Circuit 1 (Single-Ended)
GND2
Test Circuit 2 (Differential)
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IL600A Series Isolators
Electrical Specifications (VDD = 3 V − 5.5 V; T = −40°C − 85°C unless otherwise stated)
Parameters
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units
Quiescent Supply Current (5 V)
IL610A
IDD
2
3
mA
IL611A
IDD
4
6
mA
IL612A
IDD1
2
3
mA
IL612A
IDD2
2
3
mA
Quiescent Supply Current (3.3 V)
IL610A
IDD
1.3
2
mA
IL611A
IDD
2.6
4
mA
IL612A
IDD1
1.3
2
mA
IL612A
IDD2
1.3
2
mA
Logic High Output Voltage(1)
VOH
VDD
V
0
0.1
V
Logic Low Output Voltage
VOL
0.4
0.8
V
Logic Output Current
|IO|
7
10
mA
Switching Specifications (VDD = 3 V − 5.5 V; T = −40°C − 85°C unless otherwise stated)
Parameters
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Units
Input Signal Rise and Fall Times
tIR, tIF
10
μs
Data Rate
10
Mbps
Minimum Pulse Width
PW
100
ns
Propagation Delay Input to Output
20
25
ns
tPHL
(High to Low)
Propagation Delay Input to Output
tPLH
50
75
ns
(Low to High)
Test Conditions
VDD = 5 V, IIN=0
Rpullup = open circuit
VDD= 3.3 V, IIN=0
Rpullup = open circuit
Off State
IO = −20 μA
IO = −4 mA
Test Conditions
Test Circuit 1;
tIR = tIF = 3 ns;
CBOOST = 16 pF
Notes:
1. VDD refers to the supply voltage on the output side of the isolated channel.
2. Failsafe Operation is defined as the guaranteed output state which will be achieved if the DC input current falls between the input levels specified
(see Test Circuit 1 for details). Note if Failsafe to Logic Low is required, the DC current supplied to the coil must be at least 8 mA using 3.3 V supplies versus
5 mA for 5 V supplies.
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IL600A Series Isolators
Applications Information
IL600-Series Isolators are current mode devices. Changes in current flow into the input coil result in logic state changes at the
output. As shown in Figure 1, output logic high is the zero input current state.
Coil Polarity
3.5
The device switches to logic low if current flows from (In−) to (In+).
Note that the designations “In−“ and “In+” refer to logic levels, not
current flow. Positive values of current mean current flow into
the In− input.
1.5
Input Resistor Selection
Coil Current
mA
5
t
Logic State
High
Low
t
Figure 1. Typical IL600-Series Transfer Function
Resistors set the coil input current (see Figure 2). There is no limit to
input voltages because there are no semiconductor input structures.
Worst-case logic low threshold current is 8 mA, which is for singleended operation with a 3 V supply. In differential mode, where the
input current reverses, the logic low threshold current is 5 mA for the
range of supplies. A “boost capacitor” creates current reversals at edge
transitions, reducing the input logic low threshold current to the
differential level of 5 mA.
Typical Resistor Values
The table shows typical
values for the external
resistor for 5 mA coil
current. The values are
approximate and should be adjusted for temperature or other
application specifics. If the expected temperature range is large, 1%
tolerance resistors may provide additional design margin.
VCOIL
3.3 V
5V
ICOIL
VINH
R1
85
Input
Coil
0.125W, 5% Resistor
510 Ω
820 Ω
Single-Ended or Differential Input
The IL610, IL611, IL613, and channel 1 of the IL614 can be run with
single-ended or differential inputs (see Test Circuits on page 5). In the
differential mode, current will naturally flow through the coil in both
directions without a boost capacitor, although the capacitor can still be
used for increased external field immunity or improved PWD.
VINL
Figure 2. Limiting Resistor Calculation
Equivalent Circuit
Absolute Maximum recommended coil current in single-ended mode
is 25 mA while differential mode allows up to ±75 mA to flow. The
difference in specifications is due to the risk of electromigration of
coil metals under constant current flow. In single ended mode, long-term DC current flow above 25 mA can cause erosion of the
coil metal. In differential mode, erosion takes place in both directions as each current cycle reverses and has a net effect of zero up
to the absolute maximum current.
An advantage over optocouplers and other high-speed couplers in differential mode is that no reverse bias protection for the input
structure is required for a differential signal.
One of the more common applications is for an isolated Differential Line Receiver. For example, RS-485 can drive an IL610
directly for a fraction of the cost of an isolated RS-485 node (see Illustrative Applications).
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IL600A Series Isolators
Non-inverting and Inverting Configurations
IL600-Series Isolators can be configured in noninverting and inverting configurations (see Figure
3). In a typical non-inverting circuit, the In−
terminal is connected via a 1 kΩ input resistor to
the supply rail, and the input is connected to the In+
terminal. The supply voltage is +5 V and the input
signal is a 5 V CMOS signal. When a logic high
(+5 V) is applied to the input, the current through
the coil is zero. When the input is a logic low (0 V),
at least 5 mA flows through the coil from the In−
side to the In+ side.
The inverting configuration is similar to standard
logic. In the inverting configuration, the signal into
the coil is differential with respect to ground. The
designer must ensure that the difference between
the logic low voltage and the coil ground is such
that the residual coil current is less than 0.5 mA.
+5 V
2K
3
IL610A
8
7
-
6
2 +
Data Out
C1
5
Data In
GND1
GND2
Note: C1 is 47 nF ceramic.
Non-Inverting Circuit
+5 V
2K
The IL612 and IL614 devices have some inputs
that do not offer inverting operation. The IL612
coil In− input is hardwired internally to the device
power supply; therefore it is important to ensure the
isolator power supply is at the same voltage as the
power supply to the source of the input logic signal.
The IL614 has a common coil In− for two inputs.
This pin should be connected to the power supply
for the logic driving channels 2 and 3, and the
channels run should be run in non-inverting mode.
Both single ended and differential inputs can be
handled without reverse bias protection.
Cboost
820R
VDD
Cboost
3
Data In
820R
IL610A
8
7
-
6
2 +
GND1
Inverting Circuit
VDD
Data Out
C1
5
GND2
Note: C1 is 47 nF ceramic.
Figure 3. Non-inverting and inverting circuits
Boost Capacitor
The boost capacitor in parallel with the current-limiting resistor boosts the instantaneous coil current at the signal transition. This
ensures switching and reduces propagation delay and reduces pulse-width distortion.
Select the value of the boost capacitor based on the rise and fall
times of the signal driving the inputs. The instantaneous boost
capacitor current is proportional to input edge speeds ( C dV
dt ). Select a
capacitor value based on the rise and fall times of the input signal to be
isolated that provides approximately 20 mA of additional “boost”
current. Figure 4 is a guide to boost capacitor selection. For high-speed
logic signals (tr,tf < 10 ns), a 16 pF capacitor is recommended. The
capacitor value is generally not critical; if in doubt, choose a higher
value.
1000
Signal
Rise/Fall Time (ns)
500
3
16
2500
5000
CBoost (pF)
Figure 4. Cboost Selector
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IL600A Series Isolators
Dynamic Power Consumption
Power consumption is proportional to duty cycle, not data rate. The use of NRZ coding minimizes power dissipation since no
additional power is consumed when the output is in the high state. In differential mode, where the logic high condition may still
require a current to be forced through the coil, power consumption will be higher than a typical NRZ single ended configuration.
Power Supply Decoupling
47 nF low-ESR ceramic capacitors are recommended to decouple the power supplies. The capacitors should be placed as close as
possible to the appropriate VDD pin.
Maintaining Creepage
Creepage distances are often critical in isolated circuits. In addition to meeting JEDEC standards, NVE isolator packages have
unique creepage specifications. Standard pad libraries often extend under the package, compromising creepage and clearance.
Similarly, ground planes, if used, should be spaced to avoid compromising clearance. Package drawings and recommended pad
layouts are included in this datasheet.
Electromagnetic Compatibility and Magnetic Field Immunity
Because IL600-Series Isolators are completely static, they have the lowest emitted noise of any non-optical isolators.
IsoLoop Isolators operate by imposing a magnetic field on a GMR sensor, which translates the change in field into a change in
logic state. A magnetic shield and a Wheatstone Bridge configuration provide good immunity to external magnetic fields.
Immunity to external magnetic fields can be enhanced by proper orientation of the device with respect to the field direction, the
use of differential signaling, and boost capacitors.
1. Orientation of the device with respect to the field direction
An applied field in the “H1” direction is the worst case for
magnetic immunity. In this case the external field is in the same
direction as the applied internal field. In one direction it will
tend to help switching; in the other it will hinder switching.
This can cause unpredictable operation.
NC
VDD
IN+
IN-
An applied field in direction “H2” has considerably less effect
and results in higher magnetic immunity.
H2
VOE
H1
OUT
GND
NC
2. Differential Signaling and Boost Capacitors
Regardless of orientation, driving the coil differentially improves magnetic immunity. This is because the logic high state is driven
by an applied field instead of zero field, as is the case with single-ended operation. The higher the coil current, the higher the
internal field, and the higher the immunity to external fields. Optimal magnetic immunity is achieved by adding the boost
capacitor.
Method
Approximate Immunity
Immunity Description
A DC current of 16 A flowing in a conductor
1 cm from the device could cause disturbance.
Field applied in H1 direction
±20 Gauss
Field applied in H2 direction
±70 Gauss
A DC current of 56 A flowing in a conductor
1 cm from the device could cause disturbance.
Field applied in any direction but with boost
capacitor (16 pF) in circuit
±250 Gauss
A DC current of 200 A flowing in a conductor
1 cm from the device could cause disturbance.
Data Rate and Magnetic Field Immunity
It is easier to disrupt an isolated DC signal with an external magnetic field than it is to disrupt an isolated AC signal. Similarly, a
DC magnetic field will have a greater effect on the device than an AC magnetic field of the same effective magnitude. For
example, signals with pulses longer than 100 μs are more susceptible to magnetic fields than shorter pulse widths.
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IL600A Series Isolators
Illustrative Applications
V DD1
V DD2
8
R
ISL8485
1
C1
8
IL610A
7
D
B/Z
3
4
6
2
A/Y
7
6
C2
R
+
5
Cboost
5
GND1
Notes:
Cboost is application specific
All other capacitors are 47 nF ceramic
GND2
Isolated RS-485 and RS-422 Receivers Using IL610As
Number of Current Limit
IL610As can be used as simple isolated RS-485 or RS-422 receivers, terminating signals at
Nodes
Resistors (Ω)
the IL610A for a fraction of the cost of an isolated node. Cabling is greatly simplified by
1
None
eliminating the need to power the input side of the receiving board. No current-limiting
2
17
resistor is needed for a single receiver because it will draw less current than the driver
3
22
maximum. Current limiting resistors allow at least eight nodes without exceeding the
4
27
maximum load of the transceiver chip. Placement of the current-limiting resistors on both
5
27
lines provides better dynamic signal balance. There is no need for line termination resistors
6
2
because the IL610A coil resistance of approximately 85 Ω is close to the characteristic
7
30
impedance of most cables. The circuit is intrinsically open circuit failsafe because the
8
30
IL610A is guaranteed to switch to the high state when the coil input current is less than
500 µA. For higher speed, a faster output device (such the CMOS-output IL600-Series Isolators) are needed as well as possibly
better impedance matching.
IsoLoop® is a registered trademark of NVE Corporation.
*U.S. Patent numbers 5,831,426; 6,300,617 and others.
NVE Corporation
11409 Valley View Road, Eden Prairie, MN 55344-3617
REV. V
Phone: (952) 829-9217
Fax: (952) 829-9189
www.isoloop.com
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IL600A Series Isolators
120V Hot
Neutral
+5 V
2K
100K
16
8
IL610A
10K 0.5W
47nF
6
3
2 +
+
1µF
5
10K 0.5W
3
15
2
13
74HC123
Monitor Out
14
8
1
Load
GND1
Isolated 120V Line Monitor
The wide input voltage range of IL600 Isolators allows connection to line voltage through current-limiting resistors. Unlike
optocouplers, input voltage can reverse without damaging the inputs. In this illustrative circuit, “Monitor Out” goes low when
line voltage drops significantly. The 74HC123 monostable converts the 60 Hz isolator output to a monitor signal.
+5 V
RL
V1
3
Sensor 1
1K
8
IL610A
2
C1
6
+
5
Cboost
V2
3
Sensor 2
1K
2
System Error
8
IL610A
C2
6
+
5
Cboost
V3
3
Sensor 3
1K
8
IL610A
2
C3
6
+
5
Cboost
Notes:
Cboost is application specific
All other capacitors are 47 nF ceramic
GND1
Multi-channel Isolated Alarm Monitor
The open-drain outputs of IL600A-Series Isolators allow wired-OR outputs. The inputs can be configured for inverting or noninverting operation (see Applications Information), and a very wide input voltage range is possible. This illustrative circuit
provides fail-safe output (logic high output for zero coil current) and typical logic output sink current of 10 mA for each
isolator.
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IL600A Series Isolators
5V
5V
2K2
10K
750R
½ P82B96
8
SDA
1
2
270 pF
3
C3
1
3
750R
VDD2
C2 4
2
4
SDA_iso
7
8
VDD1
5
6
16 pF
750R
IL612A
C1
GND1
GND2
Notes:
C1, C2, and C3 are 47nF ceramic
Resistor values change for 3 V operation
Isolation of I2C Nodes
This circuit provides bidirectional isolation of I²C bus signals with no restrictions on data rate and none of the I²C bus latch-up
problems common with other isolation circuits. The SCL section is similar as shown in the schematic using the other half of the
P82B96.
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Package Drawings
8-pin MSOP (-1 suffix)
Dimensions in inches (mm); scale = approx. 5X
0.114 (2.90)
0.122 (3.10)
0.016 (0.40)
0.027 (0.70)
0.114 (2.90)
0.122 (3.10)
0.189 (4.80)
0.197 (5.00)
0.032 (0.80)
0.043 (1.10)
0.005 (0.13)
0.009 (0.23)
0.010 (0.25)
0.016 (0.40)
0.024 (0.60)
0.028 (0.70)
0.002 (0.05)
0.006 (0.15)
NOTE: Pin spacing is a BASIC
dimension; tolerances
do not accumulate
8-pin SOIC Package (-3 suffix)
Dimensions in inches (mm); scale = approx. 5X
0.188 (4.77)
0.197 (5.00)
0.016 (0.4)
0.050 (1.3)
0.040 (1.02)
0.050 (1.27)
0.054 (1.4)
0.072 (1.8)
0.150 (3.8)
0.157 (4.0)
0.228 (5.8)
0.244 (6.2)
0.004 (0.1)
0.012 (0.3)
0.049 (1.24)
0.051 (1.30)
NOM
NOTE: Pin spacing is a BASIC
dimension; tolerances
do not accumulate
0.007 (0.2)
0.013 (0.3)
0.013 (0.3)
0.020 (0.5)
8-pin PDIP (-2 suffix)
Dimensions in inches (mm); scale = approx. 2.5X
0.28 (7.1)
0.33 (8.4)
0.24 (6.1)
0.27 (6.9)
0.30 (7.6)
0.38 (9.7)
0.13 (3.30)
0.17 (4.32)
NOTE:
Pin spacing is a BASIC
dimension; tolerances
do not accumulate
0
10
0.345 (8.76)
0.40 (10.2)
0.055 (1.40)
0.065 (1.65)
0.008 (0.2)
0.015 (0.4)
0.015 (0.38)
0.040 (1.02)
0.030 (0.76)
0.045 (1.14)
0.09 (2.3)
0.11 (2.8)
0.045 (1.14)
0.070 (1.78)
0.014 (0.36)
0.023 (0.58)
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Recommended Pad Layouts
8-pin MSOP Pad Layout
Dimensions in inches (mm); scale = approx. 5X
0.120
(3.05)
0.025 (0.65)
0.017 (0.43)
8 PLCS
0.227 (5.77)
8-pin SOIC Pad Layout
Dimensions in inches (mm); scale = approx. 5X
0.160 (4.05)
0.050 (1.27)
0.020 (0.51)
8 PLCS
0.275 (6.99)
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Ordering Information and Valid Part Numbers
IL 610 A - 1 E TR13
IL610A Valid
Part Numbers
Bulk Packaging
Blank = Tube
TR7 = 7'' Tape and Reel
TR13 = 13'' Tape and Reel
Package
E = RoHS Compliant
Package Type
-1 = MSOP
-2 = PDIP
-3 = SOIC
-5 = Bare die
IL610A-1E
IL610A-2E
IL610A-3E
IL610A-5
IL610A-1ETR7
IL610A-3ETR7
IL610A-1ETR13
IL610A-3ETR13
IL611A Valid
Part Numbers
Output Type
Blank = CMOS Output
A = Open Drain Output
Base Part Number
610 = Single Channel
611 = 2 Transmit Channels
612 = 1 Transmit Channel,
1 Receive Channel
IL611A-1E
IL611A-2E
IL611A-3E
IL611A-1ETR7
IL611A-3ETR7
IL611A-1ETR13
IL611A-3ETR13
IL612A Valid
Part Numbers
IL612A-2E
IL612A-3E
IL612A-3ETR7
IL612A-3ETR13
Product Family
IL = Isolators
RoHS
COMPLIANT
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Revision History
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-Z
November 2013
Changes
• IEC 60747-5-5 (VDE 0884) certification.
• Upgraded from MSL 2 to MSL 1.
• Rearranged input threshold specifications so maximum is more than minimum.
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-Y
Changes
• Added VDE 0884 pending.
•
Added monostable to line monitor circuit (p. 11).
•
Clarified circuit polarities.Updated package drawings.
•
Added recommended solder pad layouts (p. 14).
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-X
Changes
• Detailed isolation and barrier specifications.
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-W
Changes
• Clarified Test Circuit 2 differential operation diagram (p.4).
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-V
Changes
• Separated and clarified Input Specifications.
•
Added minimum/maximum coil resistance specifications.
•
Merged and simplified “Operation” and “Applications” sections.
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-U
Changes
• Update terms and conditions.
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-T
Changes
• Additional changes to pin spacing specification on MSOP package drawing.
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-S
Changes
• Changed pin spacing specification on MSOP package drawing.
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-R
Changes
• Clarified failsafe operation input current (p. 4).
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-Q
Changes
• P. 2—Deleted MSOP IEC61010 approval.
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-P
Changes
• Added EMC details.
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-O
Changes
• Clarified I2C application diagram and expanded caption (p. 13).
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-N
Changes
• IEC 61010 approval for MSOP versions.
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-M
Changes
• Specify coil resistance as typical only.
•
ISB-DS-001-IL600A-L
Revise section on calculating limiting resistors.
Changes
• Note on all package drawings that pin-spacing tolerances are non-accumulating; change
MSOP pin-spacing dimensions and tolerance accordingly.
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