Datasheet

Series SR75-3
0.5A, 400 Vdc Optically Isolated, Short-Circuit Protected
for AC or DC Loads DC Solid-State Relay
Part Number* Relay Description
SR75-3
Solid-State Relay with Terminals for Through-Hole Mount
SR75-3S
Solid-State Relay with Terminals for Surface Mount
*
A ‘W’ or ‘T’ suffix denoting the
be added to the part number.
Teledyne reliability screening level, must
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
FEATURES/BENEFITS
(-55°C TO 105°C, Ambient Temperature, Unless Otherwise Specified)
• Short-Circuit Protected: Prevents
damage to system components,
assemblies and system wiring
INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage Range (See Note 2)
Min
Max Units
3.8
32.0
Vdc
11.0
mA
Input Current @ 5 Vdc (See Figure 2)
Must Turn-On Voltage (See Note 3)
3.8
Must Turn-Off Voltage
Reverse Voltage Protection
Vdc
1.5
Vdc
-32.0
Vdc
OUTPUT (LOAD) SPECIFICATION
Min
Max Units
Load Voltage Rating
400
Vdc
Transient Blocking Voltage (See Note 5)
500
Vdc
Output Current Rating (See Figure 4)
0.5
Adc
On Resistance (See Figure 3) @ 25ºC
2.4
Ohm
Leakage Current at Rated Voltage
100
µA
Turn-On Time
2.5
ms
Turn-Off Time
0.5
ms
dV/dt @ 400 V (See Note 5)
100
V/µs
± 600 Vpk
Electrical System Spike (See Note 5)
Output Capacitance @ 25 Vdc (See Note 5)
80
pF
Input to Output Capacitance at 1 KHz (See Note 5)
5
pF
Dielectric Strength (See Note 5)
1000
Vrms
Insulation Resistance @ 500 Vdc (See Note 5) 108
• Optical Isolation: Isolates control
circuits from load transients
eliminates ground loops and signal
ground noise
• Low Off-State Leakage
• Switches High Voltages: To 400 Vdc
• Switches High Currents: To 0.5 Adc
• High Noise Immunity: Control
signals isolated from switching noise
• High Dielectric Strength: For safety
and for protection of control and
signal level circuits
DESCRIPTION
The SR75-3 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 off it will
remain off until reset by cycling the
input line. Using the SR75-3 to switch
power sources and loads prevents
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 SR753 is packaged in a 16-pin DIP
package with either surface mount or
through-hole mounting available.
Ohm
Junction Temperature
130
°C
Thermal Resistance Junction to Ambient
90
ºC/W
Solderability (10 sec)
260
°C
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• Designed for AC application using a
bridge rectifier.
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OUTPUT (LOAD) SPECIFICATION
Min
WIRING CONFIGURATIONS
Max Units
RS
RETURN
LOAD
Load Capacitance CLoad
0.33
µF
Trip Time (See Figure 6)
16
1.0 msec
100 µsec
12
10
Load can be on
either side
SR75-3
VCC
Turn-on into a Shorted Load (Note 8)
Short Load with Relay On (Note 8)
14
1
+
3
5
8
+V
LOAD
TYPICAL WIRING FOR DC APPLICATION
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
V BIAS = 3.8 to 16 VDC (See Note 2)
TTL
16
14
12
3 to 250 VAC
10
*
LOAD
CTRL
SR75-3
1
3
5
8
V BIAS = 5.0 VDC
*MicroSemi 2W06
or equivalent
TYPICAL WIRING FOR AC APPLICATION
Pins 3, 5, 12 and 14 No Connection
FIGURE 5
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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, self extinguishing
TYPICAL ON RESISTANCE VS JUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
FIGURE 3
INPUT CURRENT (mA)
FIGURE 1
INPUT VOLTAGE (Vdc)
CONTROL CURRENT VS VOLTAGE
FIGURE 2
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LOAD CURRENT DERATING CURVE
FIGURE 4
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
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TRIP CURRENT VS TIME
FIGURE 6
NOTES:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Unless otherwise specified, the following conditions shall apply for conformance testing:
- Input Voltage = 5.0 Vdc for “on-state” and 0 Vdc for the “off-state”
- Load Voltage = 350 Vdc
- Load Current = 0.50 Adc at 25ºC and –55ºC;
= 0.25 Adc at 105ºC
For Input Voltage greater than 16.0 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 – 16 volts) / 11 mA
The Input transitions should be less than 1.0 msec duration.
Inductive loads must be diode suppresses.
At +25ºC ambient.
System inductance must be less than 50 µH. (The residual inductance at the relay output with the load shorted across.)
The maximum capacitance across the relays output that will not cause the relay to “latch-off”.
When turning on into a shorted load or when shorting the load with the relay on, the relay will “circuit-breaker” off within the
time specified for other overload conditions, see Figure 6.
SR75-3 though-hole terminal series for solder-dip or wave-solder process +260ºC for 10 seconds max per Mil STD 202,
Method 210
SR75-3S surface-mount terminal series for soldering process that heat the entire package to ≤ +235ºC for 10 seconds max.
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