Omron adds G3VM-401 and G3VM-601 MOSFET relays
Two high dielectric strength, high temperature MOSFET relay, the G3VM-401 and G3VM-601 have high operating temperatures for applications in electric meters and industrial control.
The miniature G3VM-41UR pot is a responsive device offering low on-resistance and output capacitance in compact VSON packaging, aimed at test and measurement applications especially ATE (automatic test equipment).
Operating temperatures can be a particular challenge for designers of electricity meters as these units have to be sealed to prevent tampering. The Omron G3VM-401 and G3VM-601 devices can withstand ambient temperatures of up to 110 degrees C. They also offer a high dielectric strength of 5,000V rms AC. The G3VM-401 and G3VM-601devices are offered in both surface mount and through hole form, with SPST-NO contacts. They are power-efficient, with a low trigger current of just 2mA. The G3VM-401 can handle a load current of up to 400V at 120mA and the G3VM-601 can handle up to 600V at 90mA.
The G3VM-41UR features a low CxR of just 10pF*Ohm and can handle currents of up to 40V at 0.25A. It is a compact alternative to SOP4 package devices and reed relays. It is low on resistance of just 2.0 Ohms and low output capacitance of just 5pF make it ideal for switching test signals in ATE systems, as well as for other test and measurement and communications equipment applications.
Omron Electronic Components Europe is the European subsidiary of Omron’s Device and Module Solutions division (formerly Electromechanical Components (EMC) division.
The company aims to offer its’ customers solutions that help them address these universal challenges. In accordance with the long-term strategy, Omron intends to contribute further to the roll-out of new energy sources and of high-speed communications by enabling the creation of sturdier, advanced and more efficient devices. These devices will make people’s lives easier and better, in particular by achieving carbon neutrality, realising a digital society and extending healthy life expectancy.
Omron Electronic Components Europe strongly supports its customers in western and eastern Europe through eight regional offices, a network of local offices and partnerships with specialist, local, regional and global distributors.
Omron specialises in automation based on its core technology of “Sensing & Control + Think.” Omron’s business fields cover a broad spectrum, ranging from industrial automation and electronic components to social infrastructure systems, healthcare, and environmental solutions. Established in 1933, Omron has about 30,000 employees worldwide, working to provide products and services in around 120 countries and regions.