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PC829 Series

PC829
Series
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High Density Mounting Type


Photocoupler

Features

Outline Dimensions

TUV ( VDE0884 ) approved type is also available as an option.

PC829

PC829

3.5 0.5

15

5
6

8
7

14

13 12

11 10

Output

Rating
50
1
6
70
35
6
50
150
170
5 000
- 25 to + 100
- 40 to + 125
260

Unit
mA
A
V
mW
V
V
mA
mW
mW
V rms
C
C
C

1
2

4
3

5
6

14 13

12 11 10

2.54 0.25

3.0 0.5

3.5 0.5

Input

Symbol
IF
I FM
VR
P
V CEO
V ECO
IC
PC
P tot
V iso
T opr
T stg
T sol

= 0 to 13

16 15

0.5 0.1

Parameter
Forward current
*1
Peak forward current
Reverse voltage
Power dissipation
Collector-emitter voltage
Emitter-collector voltage
Collector current
Collector power dissipation
Total power dissipation
*2
Isolation voltage
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
*3
Soldering temperature

Internal connection
diagram

19.82 0.5

( Ta = 25C )

Emitter
Collector

1.2 0.3
0.9 0.2

Anode mark

Absolute Maximum Ratings

0.26 0.1

Anode
Cathode

7.62 0.3

PC849

0.5 0.1

PC849
16

6.5 0.5

4
3

8
7

Anode
Cathode

12 13 16

10 11 14 15

*1 Pulse width<=100s, Duty ratio : 0.001


*2 40 to 60% RH, AC for 1 minute
*3 For 10 seconds

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7.62 0.3

0.5TYP.

0.5TYP.
1
2

9.66 0.5

3.0 0.5

1. Telephone exchangers
2. Computer terminals
3. System appliances, measuring instruments
4. Signal transmission between circuits of
different potentials and impedances

2.54 0.25

Anode mark

Applications

( Unit : mm )
Internal connection
diagram

6.5 0.5

1. Symmetrical terminal configuration


PC829 : 2-channel type
PC849 : 4-channel type
2. High current transfer ratio
( CTR : MIN. 50% at I F = 5mA, VCE = 5V)
3. High isolation voltage between input and
output ( Viso : 5 000V rms )
4. Recognized by UL, file No. E64380

1.2 0.3
0.9 0.2
8 7 6

0.26 0.1

= 0 to 13
Emitter
Collector

PC829 Series
Electro-optical Characteristics

( Ta = 25C )

Parameter
Forward voltage
Peak forward voltage
Reverse current
Terminal capacitance
Collector dark current
Current transfer ratio
Collector-emitter saturation voltage
Isolation resistance
Floating capacitance
Cut-off frequency
Rise time
Response time
Fall time

Input

Output

Transfer
characteristics

Symbol
VF
V FM
IR
Ct
I CEO
CTR
V CE(sat)
R ISO
Cf
fc
tr
tf

Fig. 1 Forward Current vs.


Ambient Temperature

Conditions
I F = 20mA
I FM = 0.5A
V R = 4V
V = 0, f = 1kHz
V CE = 20V, I F = 0
I F = 5mA, V CE = 5V
I F = 20mA, I C = 1mA
DC500V, 40 to 60% RH
V = 0, f = 1MHz
V CE = 5V, I C = 2mA, R L = 100 , - 3dB
V CE = 2V, I C = 2mA, R L = 100

Collector power dissipation P C ( mW )

Forward current I F ( mA )

MAX.
1.4
3.0
10
250
10 - 7
400
0.2
1.0
-

200

50

40

30

20

10
0
- 25

25

50

75

100

150

100

50

0
- 25

125

Fig. 3 Peak Forward Current vs. Duty Ratio


10 000

50

75

100

125

Fig. 4 Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage


500

Pulse width <=100 s

5 000

25

Ambient temperature T a ( C )

Ambient temperature T a ( C )

Ta = 25C

T a = 75C
50C

200
Forward current I F ( mA )

2 000
1 000

FM

( mA )

TYP.
1.2
30
0.1
1011
0.6
80
4
3

Fig. 2 Collector Power Dissipation vs.


Ambient Temperature

60

Peak forward current I

MIN.
50
5 x 1010
-

500
200
100
50

- 25C
0C

100

25C

50
20
10
5

20
2

10

5
5 10 - 3 2

10

-2 2

Duty ratio

10

-1 2

0.5

1.0

1.5

2.0

Forward voltage V F ( V )

2.5

3.0

Unit
V
V
A
pF
A
%
V

pF
kHz
s
s

PC829 Series
Fig. 5 Current Transfer Ratio vs.
Forward Current

Fig. 6 Collector Current vs.


Collector-emitter Voltage

200

30
I F = 30mA

V CE = 5V
T a = 25C

180

25
Collector current I C ( mA )

Current transfer ratio CTR ( % )

160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
1

20mA

15
10mA
10
5mA
5
0

10

20

50

Collector-emitter saturation voltage V CE(sat) ( V )

Relative current transfer ratio ( % )

@ @100

50

25

50

75

10

- 10

10

- 11

I F = 20mA

0.10
0.08
0.06
0.04
0.02
0

25
50
75
Ambient temperature T a ( C )

100

V CE = 2V
200

( A)

50
Response time ( s )

CEO

Collector dark current I

10

0.12

100

-9

500
V CE = 20V

-8

Fig.10 Response Time vs. Load Resistance

-5

10

I C = 1mA

0
- 25

100

Fig. 9 Collector Dark Current vs.


Ambient Temperature

-7

0.14

Ambient temperature T a ( C )

10

0.16
I F = 5mA
V CE = 5V

-6

Fig. 8 Collector-emitter Saturation Voltage


vs. Ambient Temperature

150

10

Collector-emitter voltage V CE ( V )

Fig. 7 Relative Current Transfer Ratio vs.


Ambient Temperature

10

P C ( MAX. )

20

Forward current I F ( mA )

0
- 30

T a = 25C

I C = 2mA
T a = 25C
tr

20

tf

10
5
td

ts

1
0.5
0.2

- 25

25

50

Ambient temperature T a ( C)

75

100

0.1

0.1

1
Load resistance RL ( k )

10

PC829 Series
Fig.11 Frequency Response
Test Circuit for Response Time
V CE = 5V
I C = 2mA
T a = 25C

Voltage gain A v ( dB )

Input

VCC

Output

RL = 10k 1k 100

Input

RD

RL

Output

10%

- 10

90%
td

ts
tr

- 20

0.5

10

20

50

100 200

500

Frequency f ( kHz )

Fig.12 Collector-emitter Saturation Voltage vs.


Forward Current

Test Circuit for Frepuency Response

Collector-emitter saturation voltage V CE(sat) ( V )

6
Ta = 25C
5

I C = 0.5mA
VCC

1mA
4

3mA

RD

5mA
3

Output

7mA

RL

10

15

Forward current I F ( mA )

Please refer to the chapter Precautions for Use

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