Broadcom ACPL-M62L Ultra Low Power 10MBd Optocouplers

Broadcom ACPL-M62L Ultra Low Power 10MBd Digital Optocouplers each combine an AlGaAs light-emitting diode and an integrated high-gain photo detector that addresses the low power need. The optocoupler consumes low power at maximum 1.5mA IDD across temperature. The forward current is as low as 2mA, and so allows direct current drive by most microprocessors. 

The ACPL-M62L Optocouplers support both 3.3V and 5V supply voltage with guaranteed AC and DC operational parameters from -40°C to +105°C. The output of the detector IC is an open-drain type. The internal Faraday shield provides a guaranteed common mode transient immunity specification of 20kV/μs. This unique design provides maximum AC and DC circuit isolation while achieving TTL/CMOS compatibility. These optocouplers are suitable for high speed logic interfacing, while consuming extremely low power.


  • 1.5mA Max ultra-low current IDD consumption
  • 2mA Low input current capability
  • Open-drain output
  • SO-5 package
  • 20kV/μs minimum Common Mode Rejection (CMR) at VCM = 1000V
  • 10MBd Min high speed
  • -40°C to +105°C Guaranteed AC and DC performance over wide temperature range
  • Safety and regulatory approval (pending):
    • UL 1577 recognized - 3750Vrms for 1 minute
    • CSA Approval
    • IEC/EN/DIN EN 60747-5-5 for Reinforced Insulation


  • 12ns Fall/Rise time
  • 6mA Forward current
  • 1.3V Forward voltage
  • AC/DC Input type
  • 3750Vrms Isolation voltage
  • 10mA Maximum continuous output current
  • 1.7V Maximum forward diode voltage
  • 20mW Maximum power dissipation
  • 0.95V Minimum forward diode voltage
  • 1 channel Number of channels per chip


  • I²C-bus, CAN Bus Communication interface
  • Microprocessor system interfaces
  • Digital isolation for A/D, D/A conversion

Functional Diagram

Location Circuit - Broadcom ACPL-M62L Ultra Low Power 10MBd Optocouplers

SO-5 Package Outline

Mechanical Drawing - Broadcom ACPL-M62L Ultra Low Power 10MBd Optocouplers
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