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PC357NT

PC357NT
s Features
1. Opaque type, mini-flat package PC357NT ( 1-channel ) 2. Subminiature type ( The volume is smaller than that of our conventional DIP type by as far as 30 %. ) 3. Current transfer ratio ( CTR: MIN. 50% at I F = 5mA, V CE = 5V ) 4. Isolation voltage between input and output PC357NT •••Viso : 3 750Vrms 5. Recognized by UL ( No. E64380 )

Mini-flat Package, General Purpose Photocoupler
s Outline Dimensions
PC357NT 2.54 ± 0.25 4 357 1 Anode mark 2 0.4±
0.1

( Unit : mm )

3 4.4 ± 0.2

Internal connection diagram 4 3 1 2 3 4 1 C0.4 Input side 2 0.2 ± 0.05
0.4 0.5 + - 0.2 0.2 7.0 + - 0.7

Anode Cathode Emitter Collector

s Applications
1. Hybrid substrates that require high density mounting 2. Programmable controllers

s Package Specifications
Model PC357NT Package specifications Taping reel diameter 178mm ( 750pcs.)

s Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter Forward current *1 Peak forward current Input Reverse voltage Power dissipation Collector-emitter voltage Emitter-collector voltage Output Collector current Collector power dissipation Total power dissipation *2 Isolation voltage Operating temperature Storage temperature *3 Soldering temperature
*1 Pulse width <=100 µ s, Duty ratio: 0.001 *2 40 to 60% RH, AC for 1 minute *3 For 10 senconds

( Ta = 25˚C )
Symbol IF I FM VR P V CEO V ECO IC PC P tot V iso T opr T stg T sol Rating 50 1 6 70 35 6 50 150 170 3 750 - 30 to + 100 - 40 to + 125 260 Unit mA A V mW V V mA mW mW V rms ˚C ˚C ˚C

0.1 ± 0.1 2.6 ± 0.2

3.6 ± 0.3

5.3 ± 0.3

Soldering area 0.2mm or more

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6 4 3 ( Ta = 25˚C ) MAX.0 18 18 Unit V µA pF A V V % V Ω pF µs µs Input Output Transfercharacteristics *4 Classification table of current transfer ratio is shown below. I C = 1mA DC500V.4 10 250 10 . B. C or D A. I C = 2mA R L = 100Ω MIN. 1. V CE = 5V I F = 20mA. I F = 0 I C = 0. C. s Current Transfer Ratio ( CTR ) Line-ups Model No. I F = 0 I E = 10 µ A. B or C B.1mA.PC357NT s Electro-optical Characteristics Parameter Forward voltage Reverse current Terminal capacitance Collector dark current Collector-emitter breakdown voltage Emitter-collector breakdown voltage *4 Current transfer ratio Collector-emitter saturation voltage Isolation resistance Floating capacitance Rise time Response time Fall time Symbol VF IR Ct I CEO BVCEO BVECO CTR V CE(sat) R ISO Cf tr tf Conditions I F = 20mA V R = 4V V = 0. 40 to 60% RH V = 0. 1.2 1. PC357N1T PC357N2T PC357N3T PC357N4T PC357N5T PC357N6T PC357N7T PC357N8T PC357N9T PC357N0T PC357NT Rank mark A B C D A or B B or C C or D A. f = 1kHz V CE = 20V.2 30 1011 0. I F = 0 I F = 5mA. 35 6 50 5 x 1010 TYP.7 600 0. D or No mark CTR ( % ) 80 to 160 130 to 260 200 to 400 300 to 600 80 to 260 130 to 400 200 to 600 80 to 400 130 to 600 80 to 600 50 to 600 . B. C or D A. f = 1MHz V CE = 2V.

0 2. Ambient Temperature Diode power dissipation P ( mW ) 0 25 50 75 100 125 100 80 70 60 40 20 0 .0 3.25˚C Pulse width <=100 µ s T a = 25˚C 10 -3 2 5 10 -2 2 5 10 -1 2 5 1 0 0.5 3.5 1. 5 Peak Forward Current vs. 2 Diode Power Dissipation vs. 1 Forward Current vs. Ambient Temperature 200 Collector power dissipation P C ( mW ) Fig.PC357NT Fig.5 Duty ratio Forward voltage V F ( V) . Ambient Temperature 300 150 Total power dissipation P tot ( mW ) 0 25 50 75 100 125 250 200 170 150 100 100 50 50 0 . Ambient Temperature 70 60 Forward current I F ( mA ) 50 40 30 20 10 0 . 6 Forward Current vs.30 0 50 55 100 Ambient temperature T a ( ˚C ) Ambient temperature T a ( ˚C ) Fig. Duty Ratio 10000 5000 Peak forward current I FM ( mA ) 2000 1000 500 200 100 50 20 10 5 5 Fig.30 0 . 4 Total Power Dissipation vs.30 0 25 50 100 Ambient temperature T a ( ˚C ) Ambient temperature T a ( ˚C ) Fig.0 1.5 2. 3 Collector Power Dissipation vs. Forward Voltage 500 200 Forward current I F ( mA ) 100 50 20 10 5 2 1 T a = 75˚C 50˚C 25˚C 0˚C .30 Fig.

8 Collector Current vs.2 td ts tr tf 5 VCE = 20V Collector dark current I CEO ( A ) 10 -6 5 10 -7 5 10 -8 5 10 -9 5 10 10 .10 Collector-emitter Saturation Voltage vs. Load Resistance 500 VCE = 2V 200 I C = 2mA T a = 25˚C 100 Response time ( µ s ) 50 20 10 5 2 1 0.16 0.1 0.11 Collector Dark Current vs.11 .12 0.01 0.30 0 20 40 60 80 100 0.PC357NT Fig.12 Response Time vs.1 1 10 50 Ambient temperature T a ( ˚C ) Load resistance RL ( k Ω ) . Ambient Temperature 0. 9 Relative Current Transfer Ratio vs.10 0. ) mA Fig. 7 Current Transfer Ratio vs.5 0.06 0.10 5 .02 0 .08 0.30 I F = 20mA I C = 1mA Relative current transfer ratio ( % ) 100 50 0 .30 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 20 40 60 80 100 Ambient temperature T a ( ˚C ) Ambient temperature T a ( ˚C ) Fig. Forward Current 500 VCE = 5V T a = 25˚C Current transfer ratio CTR ( % ) 400 Collector current I C ( mA ) 40 I F = 30mA P C ( MAX.04 0.14 Collector-emitter saturation voltage V CE(sat) ( V ) 0. Ambient Temperature 10 -5 Fig. Ambient Temperature 150 I F = 5mA VCE = 5V Fig. Collector-emitter Voltage 50 T a = 25˚C 20 10 300 30 200 20 mA 2 4 5mA 10 100 0 0.1 1 Forward current I F 10 ( mA ) 100 0 0 6 CE 8 (V) 10 Collector-emitter voltage V Fig.

refer to the chapter “ Precautions for Use ” . Forward Current 8 T a = 25˚C 7 Collector-emitter saturation voltage V CE(sat) ( V ) VCC Input Input RD RL Output Output 10% 90% td tr ts tf 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 3 6 9 F Test Circuit for Response Time I C = 0. the temperature may rise partially in the mold of the device.5mA 1mA 3mA 5mA 7mA 12 ( mA ) 15 Forward current I s Temperature Profile of Soldering Reflow ( 1 ) One time soldering reflow is recommended within the condition of temperature and time profile shown below.13 Collector-emitter Saturation Voltage vs. 30 seconds 230˚C 200˚C 180˚C 1 minute 25˚C 2 minutes 1.PC357NT Fig.5 minutes 1 minute ( 2 ) When using another soldering method such as infrared ray lamp. Keep the temperature on the package of the device within the condition of above ( 1 ) . ( 3 ) As for other general cautions.

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