DESCRIPTION
The CNY74-2H and CNY74-4H consist of a phototransistor optically coupled to a gallium arsenide infrared-emitting diode in an 8-pin, resp. 16-pin plastic dual inline package.
The elements are mounted on one leadframe providing a fixed distance between input and output for highest safety requirements.

FEATURES
*CNY74-2H includes 2 isolator channels
*CNY74-4H includes 4 isolator channels
*Isolation test voltage VISO = 5000 VRMS
*Test class 25/100/21 DIN 40 045
*Low coupling capacitance of typical 0.3 pF
*Current transfer ratio (CTR) of typical 100 %
*Low temperature coefficient of CTR
*Wide ambient temperature range
*Coupling system U
*Lead (Pb)-free component
*Component in accordance to RoHS 2002/95/EC and WEEE 2002/96/EC

APPLICATIONS
*Galvanically separated circuits, non-interacting switches

CNY74-4H

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- ADI’s AD8372 VGA features industry-best accuracy, gain control and noise figure, allowing cable providers to keep pace with commercial and residential demands for increased bandwidth.

Norwood, MA(2/12/2008) - Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) is introducing a general-purpose two-channel, digitally controlled VGA (Variable-gain amplifier) developed with specific features for today’s CMTS (Cable Modem Termination System) upstream receiver applications. The two-channel AD8372 VGA enables designers to incorporate more CMTS channels while simultaneously improving modem performance and the quality of upstream cable signals. The new VGA’s space-saving design reduces component count and board area by allowing designers to fit more channels into a given space or pack the same number of channels into a smaller area.

For wide-dynamic-range applications, the AD8372 offers a broad 41-dB gain range, with 1-dB steps and 0.2-dB resolution. The gain is programmed through a bidirectional 4-pin, 8-bit serial port, which consists of clock, latch, data input and data output lines for each channel. The 41-dB control range enables designers to keep input signals above the noise floor, while using the full-scale range of a wider variety of ADCs (analog-to-digital converters). The 41-dB gain range makes the AD8372 an essential component for multiple cable applications, including CMTS.

The AD8372, which accepts differential inputs and provides differential outputs, requires no baluns. It provides better than 77-dBc second and third harmonic distortion (HD) and 55-dB common-mode rejection (CMR). Compared to competitive products, the AD8372 delivers 35 percent more gain control range and improved second harmonic distortion in roughly 20 percent of the board space.

Availability and Pricing
The AD8372 amplifier is now shipping in production quantities and is available in a compact, thermally enhanced 5-mm × 5-mm 32-lead LFCSP (lead-frame chip scale package). The device operates over a temperature range of –40 degrees Celsius to +85 degrees Celsius. The AD8372 is priced at $6.50 per unit in 1,000-piece quantities. For more information, visit http://www.analog.com/pr/AD8372.
 
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