PR3BMF11NSZ PR3BMF11NSZ 8-Pin DIP Type, Large Output current SSR ■ Features ■ Outline Dimensions 1. Compact 8-pin dual-in-line package type. 2. RMS ON-state current IT(rms):1.2A 3. High repetitive peak OFF-state voltage. (VDRM:MIN. 600V) 4. Isolation voltage between input and output. (Viso(rms):4kV) 5. Under preparation for UL and CSA. 2.54 8 6 5 3 4 6.5±0.5 R3BMF1 Anode mark 1 2 9.66 1.2±0.3 ±0.5 7.62±0.3 0.5TYP. 3.5±0.5 ■ Applications (Ta=25°C) Unit mA V A A 3.25±0.5 Parameter Symbol Rating *1 Forward current 50 IF Input VR Reverse voltage 6 *1 1.2 RMS ON-state current IT (rms) Isurge 12 (50Hz sine wave) Peak one cycle surge current Output Repetitive peak VDRM 600 OFF-state voltage *2 Viso (rms) Isolation voltage 4.0 −30 to 105 Topr Operating temperature −40 to 125 Tstg Storage temperature Soldering temperature Tsol 260 (For 10s) 2.9±0.5 1. Various types of home appliances. ■ Absolute Maximum Ratings 0.5±0.1 0.26±0.1 θ:0 to 13˚ θ Internal connection Diagram 8 V kV °C °C °C *1 The derating factors of absolute maximum ratings due to ambient temperature are shown in Fig.1, 2 *2 AC for 1 min, 40 to 60%RH, f=60Hz (Unit : mm) ±0.25 1 1 2 3 4 2 Cathode Anode Cathode Cathode 6 5 3 4 5 6 8 G T1 T2 Terminal 1 , 3 and 4 are common ones of cathode.To radiate the heat, solder all of the lead pins on the pattern of PWB. Notice In the absence of confirmation by device specification sheets, SHARP takes no responsibility for any defects that may occur in equipment using any SHARP devices shown in catalogs, data books, etc. Contact SHARP in order to obtain the latest device specification sheets before using any SHARP device. Internet Internet address for Electronic Components Group http://sharp-world.com/ecg/ PR3BMF11NSZ ■ Electrical Characteristics Input Output Transfer characteristics Parameter Symbol Forward voltage VF Reverse current IR Repetitive peak OFF-state current IDRM VT ON-state voltage IH Holding current Critical rate of rise of OFF-state voltage dV/dt Minimum trigger current IFT Isolation resistance RISO ton Turn-on time 1.4 60 1.2 50 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.4 MIN. − − − − − 100 − 5×1010 − TYP. 1.2 − − − − − − 1011 − (Ta=25˚C) Unit V µA µA V mA V/µs mA Ω − µs 100 MAX. 1.4 10 100 3.0 25 − 10 Fig.2 Forward Current vs. Ambient Temperature Forward current IF (mA) RMS ON-state current IT (rms) (A) Fig.1 RMS ON-state Current vs. Ambient Temperature Conditions IF=20mA VR=3V VD=VDRM IT=1.2A VD=6V − VD=1/√ 2 • VDRM VD=6V, RL=100Ω DC=500V, 40 to 60%RH VD=6V, RL=100Ω, IF=20mA 40 30 20 10 0.2 0 −30 −20 −10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 0 −30 −20 −10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 Ambient temperature Ta (˚C) Ambient temperature Ta (˚C) NOTICE ● The circuit application examples in this publication are provided to explain representative applications of SHARP devices and are not intended to guarantee any circuit design or license any intellectual property rights. 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