The MOC3021S component from Lite-On, Inc. is an optoisolator designed for various electrical applications. Here is a breakdown of the details provided:



Key Features:

  • Optoisolator Type: Optoisolators are used to transfer electrical signals between isolated circuits by using light.
  • Isolation Voltage: 5kV (5 kilovolts) - The maximum electrical isolation provided by the optoisolator.
  • Output Device: TRIAC - A semiconductor device used for switching AC loads.
  • Package Type: 6SMD (Surface Mount Device with 6 pins)

Main Uses:

  • Isolation: Enables electrical signal transfer between high and low voltage circuits while providing isolation.
  • Triac Control: Often used for driving and controlling TRIACs in AC switching applications.
  • Noise Immunity: Helps in reducing noise and interference in sensitive circuits.
  • Safety: Provides galvanic isolation for safety and protection in circuits.

Working Principle:

  • Optical Isolation: Utilizes light to transmit electrical signals across isolated circuits.
  • 5kV Isolation: Offers high-voltage isolation to protect sensitive components.
  • TRIAC Control: Facilitates the control of TRIAC switches for AC load switching applications.
  • 6SMD Package: Surface-mount package with 6 pins for convenient soldering and mounting on PCBs.

The MOC3021S from Lite-On, Inc. is an optoisolator with a 5kV isolation voltage designed for applications requiring isolation between different voltage domains. With the ability to control TRIAC devices and offering inherent noise immunity, this component is commonly used in a variety of circuits where electrical isolation and signal transfer are necessary.

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