Datasheet

Series SR75-2
0.75A, 300Vdc Optically Isolated, Short-Circuit Protected
for AC or DC Loads DC Solid-State Relay
Part Number* Relay Description
SR75-2
Solid-State Relay with Terminals for Through-Hole
Mount
SR75-2S
*
Solid-State Relay with Terminals for Surface Mount
A ‘W’ or ‘T’ suffix denoting the
Teledyne reliability screening level,
must be added to the part number.
• Short-Circuit Protected: Prevents
damage to system components,
assemblies and system wiring. Can
be connected to protect AC or DC
loads (AC with diode bridge)
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
(-55°C TO 105°C, Ambient Temperature Unless Otherwise Specified)
INPUT (CONTROL) SPECIFICATIONS
Control Voltage Range (See Note 6)
Min
Max Units
3.8
32.0
Vdc
• Optical Isolation: Isolates control
circuits from load transients
Eliminates ground loops and signal
ground noise
11.0
mA
• Low Off-State Leakage: For high offstate impedance
Input Current @ 5 Vdc (See Figure 1)
Must Turn-On Voltage (See Note 7)
FEATURES/BENEFITS
3.8
Must Turn-Off Voltage
Reverse Voltage Protection
Vdc
1.5
Vdc
• High Noise Immunity: Control signals
isolated from switching noise
-32.0
Vdc
• High Dielectric Strength: For safety
and for protection of control and
signal level circuits
OUTPUT (LOAD) SPECIFICATION
Min
• Switches High Voltages: To 300 Vdc
• Switches High Currents: To 0.75 Adc
Max Units
DESCRIPTION
Load Voltage Rating
300
Vdc
Transient Blocking Voltage
320
Vdc
Output Current Rating (See Figure 2)
0.75
Adc
On Resistance (See Figure 3)
2.0
Ohm
Leakage Current at Rated Voltage
100
µA
Turn-On Time
4.5
ms
Turn-Off Time
0.5
ms
dV/dt @ 60V (See Note 8)
100
V/µs
± 600 Vpk
Electrical System Spike (See Note 8)
Output Capacitance @ 100 KHz, 25 Vdc (See Note 8) 250
pF
Input to Output Capacitance at 1 KHz (See Note 8)
pF
Dielectric Strength (See Note 8)
Insulation Resistance (See Note 8)
5
1000
Vrms
108
Ohm
Junction Temperature
130
°C
Thermal Resistance (Junction to Ambient)
90
°C/W
Solderability (10 sec)
260
°C
© 2004 TELEDYNE RELAYS
The SR75-2 solid-state relay utilizes a
power FET switch that is protected
against overload and short-circuit
currents. The short-circuit protection
feature not only provides protection
should a short or overload occur while
the relay is on, but will also provide
protection should the relay be switched
into a short. Once the protection trips
the relay, it will remain off until reset by
cycling the input control line. Using the
SR75-2 to switch power sources and
loads can prevent fires, damage to
system assemblies and system wiring.
The power FET output offers low “ON”
resistance and can switch loads in
either the high or the low side of the
power line. The SR75-2 is packaged in
a 16-pin DIP package with either
surface-mount or through-hole mounting
available.
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INPUT CURRENT (mA)
Series SR75-2
INPUT VOLTAGE (Vdc)
CONTROL CURRENT VS VOLTAGE
FIGURE 1
LOAD CURRENT DERATING CURVE
FIGURE 2 (SEE NOTE 5)
2.0
ON-RESISTANCE (OHM)
1.8
1.6
TRIP CURRENT VS TIME
FIGURE 4
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
WIRING CONFIGURATIONS
0.6
0.4
RS
0.2
0.0
–55
-35
-15
5
25
45
65
85
105
125
16
14
12
LOAD
RETURN
LOAD
+V
10
JUNCTION TEMPERATURE (°C)
TYPICAL ON RESISTANCE VS TJ
FIGURE 3
SR75-2
VCC
+
1
3
5
8
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SHORT-CIRCUIT PROTECTED DC LOADS
(SEE NOTES 3, 4 AND 6, FIGURE 3 AND 4)
V BIAS = 5.0 VDC
TTL
16
14
12
10
LOAD
CTRL
SR75-2
1
3
5
V BIAS = 5.0 VDC
8
120
Vac
SHORT-CIRCUIT PROTECTED AC LOADS
(SEE NOTE 6)
• Operating Temperature Range
–55°C to 105°C
• Storage Temperature Range
–55°C to 125°C
• Weight: 2.0 grams maximum
• Case: 16-pin Dual-In-Line (TO-116)
• Case Material: Filled epoxy, selfextinguishing
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NOTES:
1. The input voltage is 5.0 Vdc for all tests unless otherwise
specified.
2. Reversing the output polarity when the relay is in overload or
is sustaining a short circuit may cause permanent damage.
3. Inductive loads must be diode suppressed.
4. Loads may be switched in either the high side or the low side
of the power source.
5. Continuous load current rating is determined with relay
mounted on a printed circuit card.
6. For input voltage greater than 6.0 Vdc a series resistor must
be used to limit the power dissipation on the input of the
relay. The resistor value should be selected using the
following equation:
R = (VBIAS - 6 volts)/11mA
7. Input transitions are to be less than 1 msec.
8. Tested at 25°C ambient.
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
© 2004 TELEDYNE RELAYS
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