The Isobaud IBH7000.NEO consists of input LED optically coupled to two PIN photodiode detectors in a hermetic 8-pin DIP package, specifically screened and qualified for NewSpace, near-Earth orbit, and Low Earth Orbit (LEO) applications. The input side photodiode allows an external feedback loop to ensure constant LED light output. A matched output photodiode drives an output circuit electrically isolated from the input. A fixed relationship is thus maintained between the input and output, compensating for the LED's nonlinear, time, and temperature characteristics.

Key features of the IBH7000.NEO include:

  • Hermetic 8-pin DIP package
  • 2000Vdc isolation voltage
  • High reliability and rugged construction
  • High reliability screening available
  • Radiation tolerant
  • DC input with matched photodiode output
  • Excellent Linearity and stability
  • Operating temperature range -55°C to +125°C

The IBH7000.NEO can be used in the following applications:

  • Switch mode power supplies
  • Motor control
  • Ground signal isolation



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Last updated: 2022-02-16

IBH7000.NEO - Radiation-Tolerant Hermetic Optocoupler



9.9 ± 0.12
7.6 (typical)
8.1 (maximum)
total power dissipation
250 mW
operating temperature
-55 to 125 C
storage temperature
-65 to 150 C


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