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10PCs SHARP PC817 – Optoisolator / Optocoupler, DIP4

4.60 out of 5
(5 customer reviews)

$1.30

SKU: 6102341. Category: .

Product Description

  • Number of channels: 1
  • Isolation voltage: 5kV
  • Optocoupler Output Type: optical transistor
  • Input Current: 20mA
  • Output voltage: 80V
  • Package types: DIP
  • Pin Count: 4
  • SVHC (highly concerned about the substance): No SVHC (15-Dec-2010)
  • Approval Bodies: UL
  • Rise time: 18μs
  • Fall time: 18μs
  • Power consumption: 200mW
  • Power dissipation, Pd: 200mW
  • Outside width: 6.5mm
  • External Depth: 4.58mm
  • External Length / Height: 3.5mm
  • Operating temperature range: -30 ° C to +100 ° C
  • Pin pitch: 2.54mm
  • Of a type approved: UL Recognised
  • Pitch: 7.62mm
  • Maximum forward current, If: 50mA
  • Voltage, Vceo: 80V
  • Current, Ic: 20mA
  • The current pass rate (CTR) Minimum: 200%
  • Current transfer ratio (CTR), Maximum: 400%
  • Output Type: phototransistor

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Additional Information

Weight 0.008 kg

5 reviews for 10PCs SHARP PC817 – Optoisolator / Optocoupler, DIP4

  1. 3 out of 5

    :

    Hello Andy,

    I am not able to click the second link of the circuit tutorial, do you mind check it again :D Thanks!

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Hi Chao,

    The link works for me, but maybe the %20 (spaces) are a problem in some browsers?

    Instead. start here:

    ftp://downloads.polaraudio.co.uk/Technical/CUE

    Then click “Application Notes”
    followed by “Control of MIDI Device by CUE Control System”
    then click on “Control of MIDI Device by CUE Control System.pdf”

    Andy

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    There’s a slightly better circuit diagram of a MIDI interface using an opto isolator/coupler like these at the bottom of this page:

    http://www.gmarts.org/index.php?go=322

    That shows a PC parallel port MIDI interface (software controlled), with 220 Ohm resistors in the MIDI out circuits to protect against shorted outputs.

    That site has some very good information about the MIDI protocol too.

  4. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Simple, cheap yet reliable optocoupler. PC817 is my favorite optocoupler for most of my projects, especially when working with relay and inductive driving.

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