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An optocoupler is a passive optical component that may divide or combine data from optical fibres for optical power transfer. The optocoupler is a device that uses light waves to transmit electrical signals, allowing for coupling with electrical isolation between the input and output.
The primary function of an optocoupler is to prevent voltage fluctuations from harming or distorting transmission components on both sides of the circuit.
An optocoupler consists of a light source, usually an LED, that transforms the electrical input signal into light, a photosensor, and a closed optical channel that detects incoming light and controls the flow of electric current from an external power supply.
A silicon-controlled rectifier, a photoresistor, a phototransistor, a photodiode, or a triac can all be used as sensors.
The optocoupler market has grown thanks to advancements in the industrial, communication, and automation industries. The market for optocouplers is benefiting from an increase in innovative isolation technologies.
The North America 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.
The new OLI300, OLS300, OLI500, and OLS500 high-speed optocouplers from Skyworks Solutions are now available from Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the broadest assortment of semiconductors and electrical components.
The optocouplers are developed for avionics, biological materials, radar, space, surveillance systems, instrumentation, and military communications, and provide 1500 VDC electrical isolation between the input and output.
The OLI300 and OLS300 optocouplers can be used to interface TTL to low-power Schottky transistor-transistor circuitry (LSTTL). These optocouplers are also appropriate for CMOS (complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor) and analogue applications with broad bandwidth.
An LED and an integrated photodiode transistor detector are included in the OLI300 and OLS300 optocouplers. When compared to traditional phototransistors, the integrated photodiode transistor enhances switching speed.
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