Small mosfet relay takes on tall orders
With a high continuous load current and low leakage in a small package, the G3VM – PSON mosfet relay, from Omron Electronic Components Europe, targets applications in data loggers, communication devices and test equipment.
The Omron G3VM is now available in three versions in an industry standard PSON package with load voltages of 30V (G3VM-31WR), 60V (G3VM-61WR) and 100V (G3VM-101WR), offering a continuous load current of 4.5A, 3A and 2A respectively.
All feature a low on-resistance, which is 50mOhm – 200mOhm depending on the version. The higher current in a small package measuring 3.4 x 2.1 x 1.3mm helps designers achieve a compact overall board layout.
The relay has a dielectric strength of 500VAC between the input and output, and a leakage current of 1000nA when open. The terminal shape is designed to support the creation of a good soldering joint despite the device’s small size. Omron says it also supports easy solder inspection.
The G3VM – PSON’s ambient operating temperature of -40 degrees C to +110 degrees C suits demanding industrial environments as well as building automation systems and air conditioning.
Omron Electronic Components Europe is known for electromechanical PCB relays, as well as for supplying components such as micro switches, mosfet relays, DIP switches, photomicrosensors and connectors. The company’s portfolio includes MEMS based pressure, flow and thermal measurement sensors, human face and gesture recognition modules, vibration and tilt sensors.
The company supports its customers in western and eastern Europe, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States through eight regional offices, a network of local offices and partnerships with specialist, local, regional and global distributors.