Digital Isolators Supersede Optocouplers
Your guide to developing reliable isolation circuits
Over the last four decades, optocouplers have been the “default” signal isolation device, but recent breakthroughs in silicon isolation technology have spawned smaller, faster, and more reliable and cost-effective solutions that have already begun supplanting optocouplers in many end applications.
In this white paper you’ll learn when to use a digital isolator vs. an optocoupler by comparing the key advantages of the different signal isolation assemblies for industrial isolation issues.
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