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Clare CPC1540 high voltage solid state relay

12/8/2011 04:07 PM EST
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DrFPGA
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re: Clare CPC1540 high voltage solid state relay
DrFPGA   12/31/2011 6:06:41 PM
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This is a nice solution to eliminate some of the last mechanical devices in my designs. Hope to see more of these with additional current and lower drive.

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agk   12/9/2011 10:50:04 AM
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A handy device to switch upto 120ma.No power supply requireed. 2 m.a drive current is sufficient to glow the LED inside and the switch is on with 25 ohm on resistance. Many applications need this solid state relay.

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re: Clare CPC1540 high voltage solid state relay
_hm   12/9/2011 1:26:45 AM
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What is current capacity and is current limit programmable?

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