What is a MOS FET Relay?
MOS FET relays are semiconductor relays that use MOS FET for their outputs.
What is a MOS FET Relay Module?
MOS FET relay modules are products that combine a MOS FET relay with peripheral components and circuits in a single compact package to achieve performance that cannot be addressed with a single MOS FET relay.
General Purpose Types
Best-selling products that can be used for various applications. Ideal for switching minute signals and analog signals
High Load Voltage Types
MOS FET relays that achieve high load voltage in SOP4 pin package
Multi Contact Pair Types (2a/2b/1a1b)
MOS FET relays with multi-pole contact configuration (2a/2b/1a1b) that can be used in various circuits
High Current Low on Resistance Types
MOS FET relays that realize low on-resistance and high-capacity switching comparable to mechanical relays
Small High Dielectric Strength Types
A withstand voltage of 5,000VAC between input and output is made possible by a small DIP4 pin package. High-sensitivity products are also available
High Dielectric Strength Types
MOS FET relays with a withstand voltage of 5,000VAC between input and output made possible by a DIP6 pin package
Current Limiting Types
MOS FET relays with self-protection function (current limit) that is optimal for protection from overcurrent
Low Capacity Between Terminals Low on Resistance Types
Ideal for semiconductor tester applications. Low CxR type that suppresses the product of C (capacity between output terminals) and R (output-on resistance). Lineup of models that give priority to low C and low R
Small High Load Voltage Types
MOS FET relays that achieve high load voltage in a subminiature package
Small Size High Current Types
MOS FET relays that achieve high current in a subminiature package
Voltage Driving Types
Voltage-driven MOS FET relays with a built-in current limiting resistor on the input side
MOS FET Relay Module
MOS FET Relay in module package with SPDT(1C) and 1 pA max. leakage current