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2001\01\09@233019 by Dilan Amarasinghe

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Hi All,

Does any body have an idea about hi-speed opto-couplers working at around 10kHz. If so pls send me in the manufactr numbers and details.

Thanks in advance

Regards

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2001\01\10@010206 by Dan Michaels

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At 10:29 AM 1/10/01 +0530, you wrote:
>Hi All,
>
>Does any body have an idea about hi-speed opto-couplers working at around
10kHz. If so pls send me in the manufactr numbers and details.
>


10 Khz is rather slow. For "high" speed, 10 Mbits/sec, try 6N137.

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2001\01\10@094018 by M. Adam Davis

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I'd be surprised if you could find an optocoupler that doesn't work at
10kHz.  That is considered very slow.  Perhaps you meant 10MHz?

If not, then nearly any optocoupler you find in an electronics catalog
would be fine, you just need to decide on the output type.

-Adam

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