Isocom quick product guide

Added February 24th, 2010

As we explore the social networking advantages here at Solid State Inc, we are slowly going to incorporate our franchise news and press releases for you to read. Our goal is to reach the international market and give a spotlight to those brands which are leaders in next generation designs.  Below you will find a graph of products that Isocom offers.  Click the product link for further technical information.

Isocom Components is a leading manufacturer of high performance infrared optoelectronic devices specialising in optocouplers and optoswitches. Since the business was established over 15 years ago we have consistently delivered in excess of our customer’s expectations to become one of the most respected brands in the worldwide optoelectronic industry.

4N25 4N26 4N27
4N28 4N29 4N30 4N31
4N32 4N33 4N35 4N36
4N37 4N38 4N38A CNX72A
CNX83AG CNY17-1 CNY17-2 CNY17-3
CNY17-4 CNY17-5 CNY17F-1 CNY17F-2
CNY17F-2 CNY17F-3 CNY17F-4 CNY17F-5
CNY35 CNY75A CNY75B CNY75C
CQY80 H11A1 H11A2 H11A3
H11A4 H11A5 H11AA1 H11AA2
H11AA3 H11AA4 H11AV1 H11AV2
H11AV3 H11B1 H11B2 H11B3
H11G1 H11G2 H11G3 H11J1
H11J2 H11J3 H11J4 H11J5
H11L1 H11L1 H11L2 H11L2
H11L3 H11L3 H11L4 H11L4
IL1 IL2 IL5 IL74
ILD1 ILD2 ILD5 ILD74
ILQ1 ILQ2 ILQ5 ILQ74
IS1 IS121 IS201 IS202
IS203 IS204 IS205 IS205-1
IS205-2 IS205-3 IS206 IS3009
IS3010 IS3011 IS3012 IS3020
IS3021 IS3022 IS3023 IS3030
IS3031 IS3032 IS3033 IS3051
IS3052 IS4N46 IS5 IS6003
IS6005 IS6010 IS6015 IS6015
IS6030 IS604 is607 IS608
IS609 IS620 IS621 IS622
IS623 IS660 IS661 IS662
IS725 IS733 IS74 IS829
IS849 IS900 ISD1 ISD2
ISD201 ISD201 ISD201-1 ISD201-2
ISD201-3 ISD202 ISD203 ISD204
ISD5 ISD74 ISP321-1 ISP321-2
ISP321-4 ISP521-1 ISP521-2 ISP521-4
ISP620-1 ISP620-2 ISP620-4 ISP621-1
ISP621-2 ISP621-4 ISP624-1 ISP624-4
ISP626-1 ISP626-2 ISP626-4 ISP627-1
ISP814 ISP814-1 ISP814-2 ISP814-3
ISP815 ISP815-1 ISP815-2 ISP815-3
ISP817 ISP817-1 ISP817-2 ISP817-3
ISP817A ISP817B ISP817C ISP817D
ISP824 ISP825 ISP825-1 isp825-2
ISP825-3 ISP827 ISP827-1 ISP827-2
ISP827-3 ISP844 ISP845 ISP845-1
ISP845-2 ISP845-3 ISP847 ISP847-1
ISP847-2 ISP847-3 ISPD60 ISPD61
ISPD62 ISPD63 ISPD64 ISPD65
ISQ201 ISQ202 ISQ203 ISQ204
       
ISPD65 ISQ201 ISQ202 ISQ203
ISQ204 ISQ204-1 ISQ204-2 ISQ204-3
ISQ5 ISQ74 MCA2230 MCA2231
MCA230 MCA231 MCA255 MCA255
MCT2 MCT210 MCT2200 MCT2201
MCT2202 MCT270 MCT271 MCT272
MCT273 MCT274 MCT275 MCT276
MCT277 MCT2E MCT6 MCT61
MCT62 MCT66 MOC3009 MOC3010
MOC3012 MOC3020 MOC3021 MOC3022
MOC3023 MOC3030 MOC3031 MOC3032
MOC3033 MOC3040 MOC3041 MOC3042
MOC3043 MOC3051 MOC3052 MOC3060
MOC3061 MOC3062 MOC3063 MOC3080
MOC3081 MOC3082 MOC3083 MOC5007
MOC5008 MOC5009 MOC8020 MOC8021
MOC8030 MOC8050 MOC8100 MOC8101
MOC8102 MOC8103 MOC8104 MOC8105
MOC8106 MOC8107 MOC8107 MOC8108
MOC8111 MOC8112 MOC8113 PC817
PS2501-1 PS2501-2 PS2501-4 PS2502-1
PS2502-2 PS2502-4 PS2505-1 PS2505-2
PS2505-4 SFH609-1 SFH609-2 SFH609-3
SFH615A-1 SFH615A-2 SFH615A-3 SFH615A-4
SFH617A-1 SFH617A-2 SFH617A-3 SFH617A-4
SFH617G-1 SFH617G-2 SFH617G-3 SFH617G-4
SFH618A-1 SFH618A-2 SFH618A-3 SFH618A-4
SFH620A-1 SFH620A-2 SFH620A-3 SFH628A-1
SFH628A-2 SFH628A-3 test TIL111
TIL113 TIL114 TIL116 TIL117
TIL119 TIL191 TIL191A TIL191B
TIL192 TIL192A TIL192B TIL193
TIL193A TIL193B TIL194 TIL194A
TIL194B TIL195 TIL195A TIL195B
TIL196 TIL196A TIL196B TIL197
TIL197A TIL197B TIL198 TIL198A
TIL198B TIL199 TIL199A TIL199B
TLP121 TLP126 TLP127 TLP181
TLP321-1 TLP321-2 TLP321-4 TLP521-1
TLP521-2 TLP521-4 TLP620-1 TLP620-2
TLP620-4 TLP621-1 TLP621-2 TLP621-4
TLP624-1 TLP624-2 TLP624-2 TLP624-4
TLP626-1 TLP626-2 TLP626-4 TLP627-1

If you are interested in any of the products listed above, simply fill out a request for quote form found on the right column of our main page. We look forward to helping with your franchise requests.

AVX: 55mΩ part can replace two devices in some designs…

Added February 24th, 2010

From AVX Press

AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer of advanced passive components and interconnect solutions, has expanded its TPM Series of multi-anode mirror design tantalum capacitors that offer improved robustness and feature low ESR – including the industry’s leading performance device.

The D sized TPM Series 47µF/25V part offers the lowest ESR in the industry -just 55mΩ. In comparison, a single anode part in the same package has an ESR of 100mΩ and the E case device (same footprint, bigger case size) provides a minimum ESR of 80mΩ. By reducing the ESR value by 30%, the new capacitors offer a significant improvement in filtering capability, even to the extent that one part can sometimes replace two standard single anode devices.

AVX has developed the first mirror design multi-anode parts rated at 35V. The TPM Series D 22µF/35V is suitable for use in circuits with high current and voltage spikes where the profile is limited to just 3mm. It is ideal for automotive battery applications running on 12/14V with low impedance, where it offers enhanced robustness and lower ESR than single anode capacitors. In addition, since the D and E case sizes use an identical footprint, the pad design does not need to be changed if the D-case part can be used to replace the larger capacitor. For higher operating voltages the TPM D 10µF/50V with an ESR of 140mΩ is also available.

All parts meet the requirements of AEC-Q200, which is a key requirement for automotive designs in Europe.

Vishay’s New-Generation, Ultra-Precision VHP100 Bulk Metal® Foil Resistor Wins Product of the Year Award from Electronic Products Magazine

Added February 23rd, 2010

MALVERN, PENNSYLVANIA — Feb. 8, 2010 — Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. (NYSE: VSH) today announced that the new generation of its VHP100 hermetically sealed Bulk Metal® Foil resistor, which sets a new industry benchmark for ultra-high precision, has won a Product-of-the-Year award from industry magazine Electronic Products.

Presented yearly, the Product-of-the-Year awards are bestowed by the editors of Electronic Products on those new products they feel are among the most significant of the thousands of new products introduced during the year.

For applications that require the very highest standard of precision, Vishay’s new-generation VHP100 is the first and only resistor on the market to stay within a 30-ppm max. resistance variation over the entire military temperature range of – 55 °C to + 125 °C. This means that the device’s resistance value will never deviate by more than 30 ppm (0.003 %) total.

Furthermore, all VHP100 resistors will automatically maintain maximum temperature-related ratios of 60 ppm (0.006 %) over the entire temperature range regardless of whether the resistors are all at different temperatures and whether the different temperatures are caused by environmental temperature variations, locally different heat generated by adjacent power components, or even self heating in power dissipation. Similarly, model VHP101 maintains a maximum spread of 10 ppm total over the instrument range of + 15 °C to + 45 °C.

In addition to its low TCR, the VHP100 provides tight tolerances to ± 0.005 % (50 ppm) and a load-life stability of ± 0.005 % (50 ppm) typical for 2,000 hours at + 70 °C and 0.3 W. An even tighter tolerance to ± 0.001 % (10 ppm) is available on request.

Vishay’s VHP100 offers an immediate answer to many challenging resistor applications previously thought to be unsolvable, including compact portable resistance standards, on-board resistance standards, feedback devices for operational amplifiers, precision voltage dividers, meter multipliers, precision bridge resistors, and decade voltage dividers. As a result, the devices open entirely new areas of design where the use of resistors had not been considered.

The ability of the VHP100 to minimize changes in resistance when the resistor is subjected to stress factors (mounting, handling, shock, and vibration) ensures ultra-high performance for tight metrology specifications. As applications requiring this level of performance also require immunity to humidity, the device features a hermetically sealed metal and glass enclosure to protect the resistive element, and is oil filled to improve the thermal dissipation path to the outside.

The VHP100 resistor offers a resistance range of 100 ohms to 150 kilohms and a shelf-life stability of ± 0.0002 % (2 ppm) typical through at least six years. Vishay Foil resistors are not restricted to standard values, and can be supplied with “as required” values (e.g. 1.2345 kilohms vs. 1 kilohm) at no extra cost or delivery time.

While other resistor technologies can take several seconds or even minutes to achieve a steady-state thermal stabilization, the VHP100 utilizes a unique manufacturing process that results in thermal stabilization time of less than 1 second, and a 1.0-ns rise time, essentially without ringing.

With its extremely tight specifications, the VHP100 is virtually a secondary standard that can be carried in sets for daily or periodic calibration of factory measurement equipment. The VHP100 is also available with laboratory- and metrology-level precision and long-term stability with additional in-house oriented processes. These include chip stabilization, special TCR plotting, additional treatments for ultra-stability, and special post-manufacturing operations (PMO), such as temperature cycling, short-time overload, and accelerated load life, which are uniquely applicable to Bulk Metal Foil resistors. 

Special construction allows the devices’ copper leads to pass through a glass seal to the outside of the enclosure. This positions the more malleable solder-coated copper leads on the outside of the package and minimizes the thermal EMF at the internal termination-to-resistor junction assembly. 

With the VHP100, only a minimal shift in resistance value will occur during its entire lifetime. Most of this shift takes place during the first few hundred hours of operation and can be eliminated by PMO; virtually no change is noted thereafter. The overall solution cost is thus lowered, since the very high stability of the VHP100 allows designers to eliminate other passive and semiconductor components that would otherwise be needed to compensate for the lower stability provided by other resistor technologies. 

In addition to its excellent stability characteristics, the VHP100 withstands electrostatic discharges of up to 25 kV for increased reliability and offers a non-inductive (less than 0.08 microhenries), non-capacitive design. The VHP100 offers current noise limit of less than 0.010 microvolts (RMS) per volt of applied voltage (less than or equal to -40 dB), thermal EMF of 0.05 microvolts per deg. Celsius typical, and a low voltage coefficient of less than 0.1 ppm/V. 

VHP100 foilresistor

 

Products mentioned 

For more information please review attached technical sheet.VHP100 datasheet

SMD KHz Crystal ST3215SB Series

Added February 18th, 2010

from AVX press

AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer of advanced passive components and interconnect solutions, has developed a highly reliable surface mount crystal resonator that provides a nominal frequency of 32.768kHz in a small ceramic package of 3.2mm x1.5mm and a profile of only 0.8mm. Designated

Ideal for consumer and mobile equipment applications, the ST3215SB resonators are Pb free and RoHS-compliant. Standard capacitance ranges are 9pF to 12.5pF and low capacitance versions, 7pF or less, are available on request.

“Already one of the biggest suppliers of MHz crystal products, AVX/Kyocera merged with a company called Hertz to add unique kHz design capabilities to its own expertise in high-reliability ceramic packaging and competitive price structuring,” said Akira Honda, Product Marketing Manager at AVX. “These new devices offer equivalent performance to similar industry standard devices, but benefit from our ultra-reliable / cost competitive ceramic packaging technology.”

ST3215SB, the reflow compatible tuning fork crystal resonator has a frequency tolerance of +/-20ppm, a maximum ESR of 70kΩ and an operating temperature range of -40°C to +85°C.

Vishay: Photodiode-Based Ambient Light Sensors

Added February 17th, 2010

To assist customers in understanding the advantages of using ambient light sensors in their applications, the Optoelectronics group of Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. (NYSE: VSH) today announced that it has added a new streaming video product demonstration to its Web site.Vishay’s ambient light sensors feature an exclusive infrared filtering epoxy technology to match the spectral sensitivity of the human eye, with minimal sensitivity to light beyond the visible range. This helps to prevent interference from the infrared component of natural light and artificial lighting such as incandescent and halogen light bulbs. The new five-minute video features a brightness level test which highlights the superior performance of Vishay’s TEMT6200FX01 over competitor and standard silicon phototransistor parts.

The demonstration shows that with different light sources, other technologies show a significant deviation in the brightness level detected. Vishay’s TEMT6200FX01, however, most closely matches the spectral sensitivity of the human eye by showing nearly no deviation. This level of performance allows Vishay’s ambient light sensors to be used for automatic control of LCD brightness in consumer electronics, where they increase user comfort level and reduce power consumption by turning on keypad backlights only in low ambient conditions, and controlling LCD display brightness to optimize viewing based on ambient light.

www.vishay.com/landingpage/videos/demo_ambient_light_sensor.html : .

Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors : AVX

Added February 16th, 2010

 

Abstract:

by Bharat S. Rawal, Kumar Krishnamani, John Maxwell.  AVX Corporation

With and increase use of multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLC’s) in surface mount technology (SMT) the understanding of the mechanical properties and thermal stress resistance parameters MLCs is essential for zero defect soldering and sub ppm failure rates.  In this paper,  various aspects of SMT including zero defect design, placement considerations, thermal stress resistance parameters and post solder handling are reviewed.  Special emphasis is given to parameters responsible for thermal shock behavior of the MLCs with review of the effect of overall component thickness, tempature gradients and termination of MLC’s.

AVX article 

Pushing the Limits: Creating Green Jobs

Added February 14th, 2010

We are all hearing the buzz words regarding the next green technology. With our countries advanced resources we challenge young engineers and our established known design houses to push the limits.

The oil and natural gas industry needs no stimulus; we need no earmarks. We are not asking anything from the government, but one simple proposition–opportunity. Today, and for many years, oil and natural gas resources in the United States have been off limits. Over a year ago, the Congress finally lifted the moratorium that put off limits over 80 percent of all the oil and natural gas resources in the United States. Unfortunately, the Department of the Interior (DOI) has to approve the expanded leasing of those lands. And for the first year in office, they have not done that. We run the risk that we’re not going to have enough lands to develop and to find these resources going forward. We believe it’s important to the future of this country, during these tough economic times, to develop these resources and find the jobs and produce the energy the American public wants. Again, all we need is an opportunity. We’re not asking for a handout or anything from taxpayers–just give us the opportunity to go look, to go find and then to develop these resources for the benefit of all Americans.

Saving Energy to Save Money

Added February 12th, 2010

Energy costs may soon eat up as much as 50% of your tech budget. Here’s how to conserve some of that juice

By Rachael King- Business Week

When it comes to energy conservation, many chief information officers have simply buried their heads in the sand. But they may not be able to afford to do that much longer. Energy costs—typically 10% of the corporate tech budget—could rise to as much as 50% in just a few years, according to consulting firm Gartner .

The problem is especially acute in data centers, the large buildings that house powerful computers and networking gear that as act the digital heart of most corporations, running critical operational software. With utility rates rising in every state in the country, companies need to act now to put a lid on rising costs. Whether you’re looking to save energy at the desktop or in the data center, here are some tips for lowering your electric bill.

DO

Get Some Sleep Many computers come equipped with power-management features that simply aren’t turned on. General Electric discovered that activating sleep settings on approximately 75,000 computers and monitors meant a savings of $2.5 million per year.
Look for the Label The Energy Star label denotes some of the most energy-efficient desktop and laptop computers on the market.
Get Smart Smart power strips can sense when desktop computers are not in use and shut off power to associated peripherals such as monitors, scanners, printers, and DSL/cable modems.
Keep It Cool Nearly half of the power used in corporate data centers come from cooling systems designed to keep servers from overheating. Installing energy-efficient cooling systems can help keep a lid on electric bills.
More with Less Unlike desktop computers, most servers operate at only 5% to 15% of capacity because they typically each handle only one software program. Virtualization software now makes it possible reliably to run several software programs on the same server, letting some companies drastically reduce the number of servers in data centers.

DON’T

Wait for a Crisis Some companies are surprised to find that electric companies can’t simply deliver more power to their data centers, and are left scrambling to find alternatives. Take steps to conserve energy now.
Lose Power Power supplies convert the high-voltage AC power from the wall socket to the low-voltage DC power computers and servers need to operate. Unfortunately, many power supplies act like leaky hoses, losing more than 20% of power along the way. Look for equipment with power supplies that are at least 80% efficient.
Leave It On Encourage employees to turn off computers at night and on the weekend. Or use power-management software such as 1E’s NightWatchman, which lets you remotely turn computers off and can help you cut energy costs.
Forget About Mother Nature Some data center cooling systems can take advantage of cool outside air, a technique called freecooling. One Wells Fargo () data center in Minnesota uses this technique and shuts off chillers when temperatures drop below 42F.
Leave it to Chance If you want to promote the use of energy-efficient products in your company, make sure to make that explicit in your corporate-procurement policies.

Excerpt: Vishay: US Equity Movers

Added February 12th, 2010

Feb 9,2010 – Nikolah Gammeltoft posted an article on Business Week regarding Top News ( Bloomberg ) He states that the shares of several US companies are having unusual moves in the US trading. Highlighted in the list is our franchise Vishay.

Vishay Intertechnology Inc.  (VSH US ) rallied 11 percent to $8.95, after climbing 13 percent earlier, the most intraday since Dec 21. The maker of electronic components forecasted first quarter sales of at least $630 million, topping the average analyst estimate of $595  million in a Bloomberg survey.

We have our eyes on Vishay and working closely with them to reach Solid State goals of record growth  in 2010-2015

Vishay Intertechnology Sfernice PLAC 100

Added February 12th, 2010

Planar transformer handles as much as 22W for SMPS applications

The Sfernice PLAC 100 user-configurable planar transformer targets switch-mode-power-supply applications, including flyback, forward, push-pull, and half-bridge converters. Using the vendor’s software allows adaptation of the transformer to a range of applications by setting the power-supply type and desired level of input voltage, output voltage, power, and frequency. After entering the variables, the software determines the appropriate configuration and determines which outputs should connect. The transformer has a 50- to 400-kHz frequency range, handling as much as 220W for SMPS applications. The SMD and through-hole versions operate at –55 to +125°C.

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