Datasheet

Series LPBD100
250mA, 100Vdc Normally Closed
Dual Relay
Part Number
Description
LPBD100
.25A, 100Vdc dual solid-state relay
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
0.79
(20.07)
0.140
±.005
(3.556
±0.127)
TELEDYNE
LPBD100
0.370 MAX
(9.398)
0.020 MIN
(0.508)
RELAY A
OUT
+ IN- - +
0.330 ±.005
(8.382 ±0.127)
RELAY B
OUT
IN
+ - - +
FEATURES/BENEFITS
• Compact SIP plastic package
• Dual output: two relays in one package
• Normally closed output
• Low voltage drop
0.180 MIN
(4.572)
0.025 (±.003)
(0.6035 ±.076)
WEIGHT:
0.07 oz. (2g)
0.700 (17.78)
0.025 ±.003
(0.635 ±0.0762)
.100
±.005
(2.54 ±0.127)
0.045 ±.005
(1.143 ±0.127)
Figure 1 – LPBD100 relay; dimensions in inches (mm)
DESCRIPTION
The LPBD100 is a dual-output 100Vdc plastic relay.
The relay output-switch contacts are normally closed
and will conduct the load current until a voltage is
applied to the relay input. With 4 volts or more at the
relay input, the output-switch contacts open and the
relay no longer conducts. The LPBD100 assembly
contains two independent relays, completely isolated
from each other, in a single in-line package (SIP).
The relays provide optical isolation between input and
output terminals. Each relay output circuit uses a pair
of depletion-mode MOSFETs for reliable operation.
INPUT (CONTROL) SPECIFICATIONS
Min
Max
Units
4.0
7.0
Vdc
Input Current @ 5 Vdc (See Figure 2)
12
mAdc
Must Turn-On Voltage
0.8
Vdc
50
µAdc
Control Voltage Range
(See Note 1)
Must Turn-Off Voltage
4.0
Vdc
Must Turn-On Current
Reverse Voltage
APPLICATIONS
• Interface applications
• Aircraft flight control systems
• A.T.E
• 28Vdc aircraft instrumentation systems
7
Vdc
RELAY A
IN
14
+
RELAY B
OUT
–
–
IN
+
OUT
+
–
–
+
Input Current (mA)
12
PIN 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
8
+5Vdc
6
+V
4
2
Load
A
0
+V
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Load
B
V supply
24–48 Vdc
Typical
8
Input Voltage (Vdc)
INPUT CURRENT VS. VOLTAGE
Figure 2
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TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
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Series LPBD100
350
OUTPUT (LOAD) SPECIFICATION
300
Max
Units
Load Voltage Rating
100
Vdc
Load Current Range (See Figure 5)
0.25
Adc
Transient Blocking Voltage
200
Vdc
Output Capacitance@ 25Vdc
120
pF
100
On-State Voltage Drop (See Figure 4)
1.25
Vdc
50
On Resistance
5.0
Ohm
0
Off-State Leakage Current (100 Vdc)
10
µAdc
Turn-On Time
0.5
ms
Turn-Off Time
2.5
ms
Output Current (mA)
Min
250
200
150
0
Units
Operating Temperature
–40
+85
°C
Storage Temperature
–55
+100
°C
125
°C
Thermal Resistance
(Junction to Ambient) each relay
120
°C/W
Shock
1500
g
Vibration
100
g
500
Vac
109
Ohm
Insulation Resistance
Input to Output Capacitance
5
Soldering Heat
MIL STD 202, method 210
Solderability
MIL STD 202, method 208
Thermal Shock
MIL STD 202, method 107
55,000
HAST
ft
JDEC Test Method A110
130°C 85% RH, no power
applied, 50 hours
+IN
Resistor/LED
input
–IN
1
0.25
0.2
0.15
0.1
0.05
0
–40
–20
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Ambient Temperature (°C)
LOAD CURRENT VS. AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
Figure 5
pF
Resistance to
Altitude
0.8
OUTPUT CURRENT VS. VOLTAGE DROP
Figure 4
Load Current (A)
Max
(@500 Vdc)
0.6
0.3
Min
Dielectric Strength
0.4
Output Voltage Drop (V)
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION
Junction Temperature
0.2
Optical
Isolation
NOTES:
1. For input voltages greater than 7 volts, use an external resistor in
series with the relay input. Rext. = (Vin–7 Vdc)/0.012 Amps
2. Unless otherwise specified: conformance testing is at room
temperature; the input voltage is 5Vdc or zero volts as required; the
output load is 48Vdc, 0.25 amp.
3. Relay input voltage transitions should be less than 1.0 millisecond.
4. Maximum load current ratings are with the relay in free air and
soldered to a printed circuit board.
5. Timing is measured from the input voltage transition to the 10% or
90% point on the output voltage off-to-on or on-to-off transition. Rise
and fall times are from the 10% to 90% points on the output voltage
transition.
Turn-on
Timing
Circuit
Output Switch
Depletion Mode
MOSFETs
+OUT
–OUT
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
Figure 6
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SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
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