VISHAY IL300-F-X009

IL300
Vishay Semiconductors
Linear Optocoupler, High Gain Stability, Wide Bandwidth
Features
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Couples AC and DC signals
0.01 % Servo Linearity
Wide Bandwidth, > 200 kHz
High Gain Stability, ± 0.05 %/ °C
Low Input-Output Capacitance
Low Power Consumption, < 15 mW
Isolation Test Voltage, 5300 VRMS, 1.0 sec.
Internal Insulation Distance, > 0.4 mm for VDE
Component in accordance to RoHS 2002/95/EC
and WEEE 2002/96/EC
8 NC
C 1
A 2
K1
K2
7 NC
C 3
6 C
A 4
5 A
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Agency Approvals
• UL File #E52744
• DIN EN 60747-5-2 (VDE0884)
DIN EN 60747-5-5 pending
Available with Option 1, Add -X001 Suffix
Applications
Power Supply Feedback Voltage/Current
Medical Sensor Isolation
Audio Signal Interfacing
Isolated Process Control Transducers
Digital Telephone Isolation
Description
The IL300 Linear Optocoupler consists of an AlGaAs
IRLED irradiating an isolated feedback and an output
PIN photodiode in a bifurcated arrangement. The
feedback photodiode captures a percentage of the
LED’s flux and generates a control signal (IP1) that
can be used to servo the LED drive current. This technique compensates for the LED’s non-linear, time,
and temperature characteristics. The output PIN photodiode produces an output signal (IP2) that is linearly
related to the servo optical flux created by the LED.
The time and temperature stability of the input-output
coupler gain (K3) is insured by using matched PIN
photodiodes that accurately track the output flux of
the LED.
Order Information
Part
Remarks
IL300
K3 = 0.557 - 1.618, DIP-8
IL300-DEFG
K3 = 0.765 - 1.181, DIP-8
IL300-EF
K3 = 0.851 - 1.061, DIP-8
IL300-E
K3 = 0.851 - 0.955, DIP-8
IL300-F
K3 = 0.945 - 1.061, DIP-8
IL300-X006
K3 = 0.557 - 1.618, DIP-8 400mil (option 6)
IL300-X007
K3 = 0.557 - 1.618, SMD-8 (option 7)
IL300-X009
K3 = 0.557 - 1.618, SMD-8 (option 9)
IL300-DEFG-X006
K3 = 0.765 - 1.181, DIP-8 400 mil (option 6)
IL300-DEFG-X007
K3 = 0.765 - 1.181, SMD-8 (option 7)
IL300-DEFG-X009
K3 = 0.765 - 1.181, SMD-8 (option 9)
IL300-EF-X006
K3 = 0.851 - 1.061, DIP-8 400 mil (option 6)
IL300-EF-X007
K3 = 0.851 - 1.061, SMD-8 (option 7)
IL300-EF-X009
K3 = 0.851 - 1.061, SMD-8 (option 9)
IL300-E-X006
K3 = 0.851 - 0.955, DIP-8 400 mil (option 6)
IL300-E-X007
K3 = 0.851 - 0.955, SMD-8 (option 7)
IL300-E-X009
K3 = 0.851 - 0.955, SMD-8 (option 9)
IL300-F-X006
K3 = 0.945 - 1.061, DIP-8 400 mil (option 6)
IL300-F-X007
K3 = 0.945 - 1.061, SMD-8 (option 7)
IL300-F-X009
K3 = 0.945 - 1.061, SMD-8 (option 9)
For additional information on the available options refer to
Option Information.
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Operation Description
∆K3-Transfer Gain Linearity
A typical application circuit (Figure 1) uses an operational amplifier at the circuit input to drive the LED.
The feedback photodiode sources current to R1 connected to the inverting input of U1. The photocurrent,
IP1, will be of a magnitude to satisfy the relationship of
(IP1 = VIN/R1).
The magnitude of this current is directly proportional
to the feedback transfer gain (K1) times the LED drive
current ( VIN/R1 = K1 • IF). The op-amp will supply
LED current to force sufficient photocurrent to keep
the node voltage (Vb) equal to Va.
The output photodiode is connected to a non-inverting voltage follower amplifier. The photodiode load
resistor, R2, performs the current to voltage conversion. The output amplifier voltage is the product of the
output forward gain (K2) times the LED current and
photodiode load, R2 ( VO = IF • K2 • R2).
Therefore, the overall transfer gain (VO/VIN) becomes
the ratio of the product of the output forward gain (K2)
times the photodiode load resistor (R2) to the product
of the feedback transfer gain (K1) times the input
resistor (R1). This reduces to
VO/VIN=(K2 • R2)/(K1 • R1).
The overall transfer gain is completely independent of
the LED forward current. The IL300 transfer gain (K3)
is expressed as the ratio of the output gain (K2) to the
feedback gain (K1). This shows that the circuit gain
becomes the product of the IL300 transfer gain times
the ratio of the output to input resistors
VO/VIN = K3 (R2/R1).
The percent deviation of the Transfer Gain, as a function of LED or temperature from a specific Transfer
Gain at a fixed
LED current and temperature.
Photodiode
A silicon diode operating as a current source. The output current is proportional to the incident optical flux
supplied by the LED emitter. The diode is operated in
the photovoltaic or photoconductive mode. In the photovoltaic mode the diode functions as a current
source in parallel with a forward biased silicon diode.
The magnitude of the output current and voltage is
dependent upon the load resistor and the incident
LED optical flux. When operated in the photoconductive mode the diode is connected to a bias supply
which reverse biases the silicon diode. The magnitude of the output current is directly proportional to the
LED incident optical flux.
LED (Light Emitting Diode)
An infrared emitter constructed of AlGaAs that emits
at 890 nm operates efficiently with drive current from
500 µA to 40 mA. Best linearity can be obtained at
drive currents between 5.0 mA to 20 mA. Its output
flux typically changes by - 0.5 % /°C over the above
operational current range.
Application Circuit
K1-Servo Gain
The ratio of the input photodiode current (IP1) to the
LED current (IF) i.e., K1 = IP1/IF.
V CC
Va
K2-Forward Gain
+
The ratio of the output photodiode current (IP2) to the
LED current (IF), i.e., K2 = IP2/IF.
Vin
2
U1
Vb
-
IF
K1
V CC
K3-Transfer Gain
The Transfer Gain is the ratio of the Forward Gain to
the Servo gain, i.e., K3 = K2/K1.
3
4
lp 1
R1
IL300
1
8
+
K2
7
V CC
6 V CC
5
lp 2
Vc
U2
V out
+
R2
iil300_01
Figure 1. Typical Application Circuit
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Tamb = 25 °C, unless otherwise specified
Stresses in excess of the absolute Maximum Ratings can cause permanent damage to the device. Functional operation of the device is
not implied at these or any other conditions in excess of those given in the operational sections of this document. Exposure to absolute
Maximum Rating for extended periods of the time can adversely affect reliability.
Input
Parameter
Test condition
Power dissipation
Symbol
Value
Unit
Pdiss
160
mW
2.13
mW/°C
Derate linearly from 25 °C
Forward current
IF
60
mA
Surge current (pulse width < 10 µs)
IPK
250
mA
Reverse voltage
VR
5.0
V
Thermal resistance
Rth
470
K/W
Tj
100
°C
Symbol
Value
Unit
Pdiss
50
mA
0.65
mW/°C
50
V
Junction temperature
Output
Parameter
Test condition
Power dissipation
Derate linearly from 25 °C
Reverse voltage
VR
Tj
100
°C
Rth
1500
K/W
Symbol
Value
Unit
Ptot
210
mW
2.8
mW/°C
Storage temperature
Tstg
- 55 to + 150
°C
Operating temperature
Tamb
- 55 to + 100
°C
> 5300
VRMS
Junction temperature
Thermal resistance
Coupler
Parameter
Test condition
Total package dissipation at
25 °C
Derate linearly from 25 °C
Isolation test voltage
Isolation resistance
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VIO = 500 V, Tamb = 25 °C
RIO
> 1012
Ω
VIO = 500 V, Tamb = 100 °C
RIO
11
Ω
> 10
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Electrical Characteristics
Tamb = 25 °C, unless otherwise specified
Minimum and maximum values are testing requirements. Typical values are characteristics of the device and are the result of engineering
evaluation. Typical values are for information only and are not part of the testing requirements.
Input
LED Emitter
Parameter
Forward voltage
Test condition
IF = 10 mA
VF Temperature coefficient
Symbol
Typ.
Max
VF
Min
1.25
1.50
Unit
∆VF/∆ °C
- 2.2
mV/°C
V
Reverse current
VR = 5 V
IR
1.0
µA
Junction capacitance
VF = 0 V, f = 1.0 MHz
Cj
15
pF
Dynamic resistance
IF = 10 mA
∆VF/∆IF
6.0
Ω
Output
Typ.
Max
Dark current
Parameter
Vdet = -15 V, IF = 0 µs
Test condition
Symbol
ID
Min
1.0
25
Open circuit voltage
IF = 10 mA
VD
500
mV
µA
Short circuit current
IF = 10 mA
ISC
70
Junction capacitance
VF = 0, f = 1.0 MHz
Cj
12
Noise equivalent power
Vdet = 15 V
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NEP
4 x 10
Unit
nA
pF
14
W/√Hz
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Coupler
Parameter
Test condition
Symbol
Input- output capacitance
VF = 0 V, f = 1.0 MHz
K1, Servo gain (IP1/IF)
IF = 10 mA, Vdet = - 15 V
K1
Servo current, see Note 1,2
IF = 10 mA, Vdet = - 15 V
IP1
K2, Forward gain (IP2/IF)
IF = 10 mA, Vdet = - 15 V
K2
Min
Typ.
Max
1.0
Forward current
IF = 10 mA, Vdet = - 15 V
IP2
K3, Transfer gain (K2/K1) see
Note 1,2
IF = 10 mA, Vdet = - 15 V
K3
Transfer gain linearity
IF = 1.0 to 10 mA
0.0050
0.007
0.0036
0.007
0.56
1.00
pF
0.011
µA
70
0.011
µA
70
∆K3
IF = 1.0 to 10 mA,
Tamb = 0 °C to 75 °C
Unit
1.65
K2/K1
± 0.25
%
± 0.5
%
200
KHz
-45
Deg.
Photoconductive Operation
Frequency response
IFq = 10 mA, MOD = ± 4.0 mA,
RL = 50 Ω
Phase response at 200 kHz
Vdet = - 15 V
BW (-3 db)
1. Bin Sorting:
K3 (transfer gain) is sorted into bins that are ± 6 % , as follows:
Bin A = 0.557 - 0.626
Bin B = 0.620 - 0.696
Bin C = 0.690 - 0.773
Bin D = 0.765 - 0.859
Bin E = 0.851 - 0.955
Bin F = 0.945 - 1.061
Bin G = 1.051 - 1.181
Bin H = 1.169 - 1.311
Bin I = 1.297 - 1.456
Bin J = 1.442 - 1.618
K3 = K2/K1. K3 is tested at IF = 10 mA, Vdet = - 15 V.
2. Bin Categories: All IL300s are sorted into a K3 bin, indicated by an alpha character that is marked on the part. The bins range from "A"
through "J".
The IL300 is shipped in tubes of 50 each. Each tube contains only one category of K3. The category of the parts in the tube is marked on
the tube label as well as on each individual part.
3. Category Options: Standard IL300 orders will be shipped from the categories that are available at the time of the order. Any of the ten
categories may be shipped. For customers requiring a narrower selection of bins, four different bin option parts are offered.
IL300-DEFG: Order this part number to receive categories D,E,F,G only.
IL300-EF: Order this part number to receive categories E, F only.
IL300-E: Order this part number to receive category E only.
Switching Characteristics
Parameter
Switching time
Test condition
∆IF = 2.0 mA, IFq = 10 mA
Symbol
tr
Min
Typ.
Max
Unit
1.0
µs
tf
1.0
µs
Rise time
tr
1.75
µs
Fall time
tf
1.75
µs
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Common Mode Transient Immunity
Parameter
Test condition
Common mode capacitance
VF = 0, f = 1. MHz
Common mode rejection ratio
f = 60 Hz, RL = 2.2 KΩ
Symbol
Min
Typ.
Max
Unit
CCM
0.5
pF
CMRR
130
dB
Typical Characteristics (Tamb = 25 °C unless otherwise specified)
300
IP1 - Servo Photocurrent - µA
IF - LED Current - mA
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
1.0
iil300_02
200
V D = 15 V
150
100
50
0
1.1
1.2
1.3
VF - LED Forward Voltage - V
.1
1.4
1
10
IF - LED Current - mA
100
iil300_04
Figure 2. LED Forward Current vs.Forward Voltage
Figure 4. Servo Photocurrent vs. LED Current and Temperature
100
1000
IP1 - Servo Photocurrent - µA
IF - LED Current - mA
0°C
25°C
50°C
75°C
250
10
1
V D = –15 V
0°C
25°C
50°C
75°C
100
10
1
.1
.1
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
VF - LED Forward Voltage - V
1.4
iil300_03
10
100
iil300_05
Figure 3. LED Forward Current vs.Forward Voltage
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1
IF - LED Current - mA
Figure 5. Servo Photocurrent vs. LED Current and Temperature
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Normalized to: [email protected] I F=10 mA,
TA=25°C
0°C
VD=–15 V
25°C
50°C
75°C
2.5
2.0
1.5
NK1 - Normalized Servo Gain
Normalized Photocurrent
3.0
1.0
0.5
0.0
1.0
25°C
0.8
50°C
75°C
100°C
0.6
0.4
Normalized to:
I F = 10 mA, TA = 25°C
0.2
0.0
0
5
10
15
IF - LED Current - mA
20
25
.1
iil300_06
1
10
IF - LED Current - mA
Figure 9. Normalized Servo Gain vs. LED Current and
Temperature
1.010
10
1
K3 - Transfer Gain - (K2/K1)
Normalized to: [email protected] I F=10 mA,
TA=25°C
0°C
VD=–15 V
25°C
50°C
75°C
.1
0°C
1.005
25°C
1.000
50°C
75°C
0.995
0.990
.01
.1
1
10
0
100
5
10
15
20
25
IF - LED Current - mA
IF - LED Current - mA
iil300_07
iil300_10
Figure 10. Transfer Gain vs. LED Current and Temperature
Figure 7. Normalized Servo Photocurrent vs. LED Current and
Temperature
1.0
0°C
25°C
50°C
0.8
75°C
0.6
85°C
0.4
0.2
0.0
1.010
K3 - Transfer Gain - (K2/K1)
1.2
NK1 - Normalized Servo Gain
100
iil300_09
Figure 6. Normalized Servo Photocurrent vs. LED Current and
Temperature
IP1 - Normalized Photocurrent
0°C
Normalized to:
I F = 10 mA,
TA = 25°C
0°C
1.005
25°C
1.000
50°C
75°C
0.995
0.990
.1
1
10
100
0
IF - LED Current - mA
iil300_08
5
10
15
20
25
I F - LED Current - mA
iil300_11
Figure 8. Servo Gain vs. LED Current and Temperature
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Figure 11. Normalized Transfer Gain vs. LED Current and
Temperature
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14
0
12
Capacitance - pF
Amplitude Response - dB
I F=10 mA, Mod = ±2.0 mA (peak)
R L=1.0 KΩˇ
-5
-10
R L=10 KΩˇ
10
8
6
4
2
-15
0
-20
10 4
10 5
0
10 6
2
4
6
Voltage - Vdet
8
10
F - Frequency - Hz
iil300_12
iil300_15
Figure 12. Amplitude Response vs. Frequency
Application Considerations
45
5
0
-5
-45
-90
-10
IFq=10 mA
Mod= ±4.0 mA
TA=25°C
RL=50 Ω
-15
-135
∅ - Phase Response - °
Amplitude Response - dB
dB
PHASE
0
-180
-20
10 3
iil300_13
10 4
10 5
10 6
F - Frequency - Hz
10 7
Figure 13. Amplitude and Phase Response vs. Frequency
CMRR - Rejection Ratio - dB
-60
-70
-80
-90
-110
-120
100
1000
10000 100000 1000000
F - Frequency - Hz
iil300_14
Figure 14. Common-Mode Rejection
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In applications such as monitoring the output voltage
from a line powered switch mode power supply, measuring bioelectric signals, interfacing to industrial
transducers, or making floating current measurements, a galvanically isolated, DC coupled interface
is often essential. The IL300 can be used to construct
an amplifier that will meet these needs.
The IL300 eliminates the problems of gain nonlinearity and drift induced by time and temperature, by monitoring LED output flux.
A PIN photodiode on the input side is optically coupled to the LED and produces a current directly proportional to flux falling on it. This photocurrent, when
coupled to an amplifier, provides the servo signal that
controls the LED drive current.
The LED flux is also coupled to an output PIN photodiode. The output photodiode current can be directly
or amplified to satisfy the needs of succeeding circuits.
Isolated Feedback Amplifier
-100
-130
10
Figure 15. Photodiode Junction Capacitance vs. Reverse Voltage
The IL300 was designed to be the central element of
DC coupled isolation amplifiers. Designing the IL300
into an amplifier that provides a feedback control signal for a line powered switch mode power is quite simple, as the following example will illustrate.
See Figure 17 for the basic structure of the switch
mode supply using the Infineon TDA4918 Push-Pull
Switched Power Supply Control Chip. Line isolation
and insulation is provided by the high frequency
transformer. The voltage monitor isolation will be provided by the IL300.
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The isolated amplifier provides the PWM control signal which is derived from the output supply voltage.
Figure 16 more closely shows the basic function of
the amplifier.
The control amplifier consists of a voltage divider and
a non-inverting unity gain stage. The TDA4918 data
sheet indicates that an input to the control amplifier is
a high quality operational amplifier that typically
requires a +3.0 V signal. Given this information, the
amplifier circuit topology shown in Figure 18 is
selected.
The power supply voltage is scaled by R1 and R2 so
that there is + 3.0 V at the non-inverting input (Va) of
U1. This voltage is offset by the voltage developed by
photocurrent flowing through R3. This photocurrent is
developed by the optical flux
created by current flowing through the LED. Thus as
the scaled monitor voltage (Va) varies it will cause a
change in the LED current necessary to satisfy the differential voltage needed across R3 at the inverting
input.
The first step in the design procedure is to select the
value of R3 given the LED quiescent current (IFq) and
the servo gain (K1). For this design, IFq = 12 mA. Figure 4 shows the servo photocurrent at IFq is found to
be 100 µA. With this data R3 can be calculated.
R3 =
Vb
IPI
=
3V
100 µA
R5 =
VOUT
VMONITOR
•
R3(R1 + R2)
R2K3
17166
Or if a unity gain amplifier is being designed (VMONITOR = VOUT, R1 = 0), the equation simplifies to:
R5 =
R3
K3
17190
= 30 KΩ
+
ISO
AMP
+1
-
To Control
Input
The value of R5 depends upon the IL300 Transfer
Gain (K3). K3 is targeted to be a unit gain device,
however to minimize the part to part Transfer Gain
variation, Infineon offers K3 graded into ± 5 % bins.
R5 can determined using the following equation,
17164
R1
Voltage
Monitor
R2
iil300_16
Figure 16. Isolated Control Amplifier
For best input offset compensation at U1, R2 will
equal R3. The value of R1 can easily be calculated
from the following.
R1 = R2(
VMONITOR
- 1)
Va
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DC OUTPUT
110/
220
MAIN
AC/DC
RECTIFIER
SWITCH
SWITCH
MODE
REGULATOR
TDA4918
XFORMER
CONTROL
AC/DC
RECTIFIER
ISOLATED
FEEDBACK
iil300_17
Figure 17. Switching Mode Power Supply
Vmonitor
R1
20 KW
R2
30 KW
7 V
3 +
R4
CC
100 W
Va
6
U1
LM201
2
1
Vb
8
VCC
4
100 pF
IL300
1
2
K1
8
K2
7
3
6
4
5
R3
30 KW
VCC
Vout
R5
30 KW
To
control
input
iil300_18
Figure 18. DC Coupled Power Supply Feedback Amplifier
Table 1. gives the value of R5 given the production K3
bins.
R5 Selection
Table 1.
Bins
Min.
Max.
3
Typ.
R5 Resistor
KΩ
1%
KΩ
A
0.560
0.623
0.59
50.85
51.1
B
0.623
0.693
0.66
45.45
45.3
C
0.693
0.769
0.73
41.1
41.2
D
0.769
0.855
0.81
37.04
37.4
E
0.855
0.950
0.93
32.26
32.4
F
0.950
1.056
1.00
30.00
30.0
G
1.056
1.175
1.11
27.03
27.0
H
1.175
1.304
1.24
24.19
24.0
I
1.304
1.449
1.37
21.90
22.0
J
1.449
1.610
1.53
19.61
19.4
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3.75
Vout = 14.4 mV + 0.6036 x Vin
LM 201 Ta = 25°C
Vout - Output Voltage - V
3.50
LM201
3.25
3.00
2.75
0.015
0.010
0.005
0.000
-0.005
-0.010
-0.015
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.5
Vin - Input Voltage - V
6.0
iil300_20
Figure 20. Linearity Error vs. Input Voltage
The AC characteristics are also quite impressive
offering a - 3.0 dB bandwidth of 100 kHz, with a -45 °
phase shift at 80 kHz as shown in Figure 21.
45
2
dB
PHASE
Amplitude Response - dB
The circuit was constructed with an LM201 differential
operational amplifier using the resistors selected. The
amplifier was compensated with a 100 pF capacitor
connected between pins 1 and 8.
The DC transfer characteristics are shown in Figure
19. The amplifier was designed to have a gain of 0.6
and was measured to be 0.6036. Greater accuracy
can be achieved by adding a balancing circuit, and
potentiometer in the input divider, or at R5. The circuit
shows exceptionally good gain linearity with an RMS
error of only 0.0133 % over the input voltage range of
4.0 V - 6.0 V in a servo mode; see Figure 20.
0.020
0
0
-2
-45
-4
-90
-6
-135
-180
-8
2.50
Phase Response - °
Vopamp - VF 2.5 V - 1.3 V
= 100Ω
R4 =
=
I Fq
12 mA
0.025
Linearity Error - %
The last step in the design is selecting the LED current limiting resistor (R4). The output of the operational amplifier is targeted to be 50 % of the VCC, or
2.5 V. With an LED quiescent current of 12 mA the
typical LED (VF) is 1.3 V. Given this and the operational output voltage, R4 can be calculated.
10 3
10 4
10 5
F - Frequency - Hz
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10 6
2.25
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.5
6.0
Figure 21. Amplitude and Phase Power Supply Control
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Figure 19. Transfer Gain
The same procedure can be used to design isolation
amplifiers that accept bipolar signals referenced to
ground. These amplifiers circuit configurations are
shown in Figure 22. In order for the amplifier to
respond to a signal that swings above and below
ground, the LED must be pre biased from a separate
source by using a voltage reference source (Vref1). In
these designs, R3 can be determined by the following
equation.
R3 =
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Vref1
IP1
=
Vref1
K1IFq
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Non-Inverting Input
Non-Inverting Output
+Vref2
R5
Vin
R1
7
3+
R2
2 –
–Vcc
Vcc
6
100 Ω
–Vcc +Vcc
4
20pF
1
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8
2
7
3
6
4
5
2–
Vcc
R6
7
Vcc
3+
R3
6
Vo
–Vcc
4
R4
–Vref1
Inverting Output
Inverting Input
Vin
R1
7
3+
R2
2
–
Vcc
6
100 Ω
Vcc
+Vcc
4
R3
1
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20pF
–Vcc
+Vref2
8
7
Vcc
3+
7
Vcc
3
6
4
5
6
Vout
2–
–Vcc
4
+Vref1
R4
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Figure 22. Non-inverting and Inverting Amplifiers
Table 2. Optolinear amplifiers
Amplifier
Input
Output
Gain
Offset
Inverting
VOUT
K3 R4 R2
=
VIN
R3 (R1 + R2)
V ref2 =
Non-Inverting Non-Inverting
VOUT K3 R4 R2 (R5 + R6)
=
VIN
R3 R5 (R1 + R2)
V ref2 =
Inverting
VOUT - K3 R4 R2 (R5 + R6)
=
VIN
R3 R5 (R1 + R2)
V ref2 =
Inverting
Non-Inverting
Non-Inverting
Inverting
Non-Inverting Inverting
VOUT - K3 R4 R2
=
VIN
R3 (R1 + R2)
V ref2 =
V ref1 R4 K3
R3
- Vref1 R4 (R5 + R6) K3
R3 R6
Vref1 R4 (R5 + R6) K3
R3 R6
- Vref1 R4 K3
R3
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and output amplifier. Table 2 shows the various configurations along with the specific transfer gain equations. The offset column refers to the calculation of the
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input amplifier requires the use of a bipolar supply,
while the inverting input stage can be implemented
with single supply operational amplifiers that permit
operation close to ground.
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influenced by the magnitude of the closed loop gain of
the input and output amplifiers. Best bandwidths
result when the amplifier gain is designed for unity.
For best results, place a buffer transistor between the
LED and output of the operational amplifier when a
CMOS opamp is used or the LED IFq drive is targeted
to operate beyond 15 mA. Finally the bandwidth is
Package Dimensions in Inches (mm)
.130 (3.302)
.150 (3.810)
.021 (0.527)
.035 (0.889)
Pin 1 ID.
.240 (6.096)
.260 (6.604)
.100 (2.540)
1
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
4°
.016 (.406)
.020 (.508 )
.040 (1.016)
.050 (1.270 )
.380 (9.652)
.400 (10.16)
.280 (7.112)
.330 (8.382)
.020 (0.508) REF.
.010 (0.254) REF.
.300 Typ.
(7.62) Typ.
3°
9
i178010
.050 (1.270)
.008 (0.203)
.012 (0.305)
Option 6
Option 7
.407 (10.36)
.391 (9.96)
.307 (7.8)
.291 (7.4)
.300 (7.62)
TYP.
.010 (0.254) REF.
ISO Method A
10°
.110 (2.794)
.130 (3.302)
Option 9
.375 (9.53)
.395 (10.03)
.300 (7.62)
ref.
.028 (0.7)
MIN.
.180 (4.6)
.160 (4.1) .0040 (.102)
.0098 (.249)
.315 (8.0)
MIN.
.014 (0.35)
.010 (0.25)
.400 (10.16)
.430 (10.92)
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MIN.
.406 (10.3)
MAX.
.012 (.30) typ.
.020 (.51)
.040 (1.02)
.315 (8.00)
min.
15° max.
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