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Optocouplers, also known as optoisolators, are devices that physically separate high-voltage circuit systems from low-voltage circuit systems, therefore isolating undesirable signals.
Optocouplers are widely employed in the military, naval, and aerospace industries because they enable novel isolation technologies such as hermatic and severe operation temperature.
Because they guarantee signal isolation, optocouplers are frequently utilised in phototransistors, which are then used in the most demanding applications such as smart buildings for ambient light sensing and street light sensing.
Light-dependent resistors are used in automatic street light circuits, basic fire alarms, and other applications. Optocouplers are made comprised of an LED that emits infrared light and a semiconductor photo-sensitive device that detects the produced infrared beam.
The growing use of image sensors and energy-efficient LEDs, as well as smart grids and smart metres, as well as the movement in global automotive toward electric and connected cars, have all contributed to the optocouplers market’s rapid growth.
The India Optocouplers Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
ISOCOM Limited, a global leader in the design, development, and manufacture of optocouplers and optoelectronic components, is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Syratron Technologies Pvt Ltd India,
a High-Reliability component distributor serving the Space, Defense, and Aerospace markets and industries.
ISOCOM will deliver a broad range of high-reliability radiation-hard optoelectronic components, such as optocouplers, developed for Space and Defense standards to handle harsh conditions and clients’ special requirements for high-reliability components in India,
according to the terms of the deal.
ISOCOM aims to enable creativity among design engineers and purchasers by supplying sophisticated technologies through its large product portfolio and exceptional customer service.
It will provide the world’s most comprehensive assortment of semiconductors and electrical components.
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