PhotoMOS Relays Market: Introduction
- PhotoMOS relays are used to transfer the electrical signal. Relays are an important part of devices, which are primarily utilized to turn on and turn off the supply voltages or currents.
- PhotoMOS relay is provided with LED light as input and MOSFET as switching element for output. It isolates one electrical circuit from the other.
- PhotoMOS relay consists of an input LED optically coupled to a photodiode array (PDA), a control circuit, and power MOSFETs that functions as output devices. When the LED is turned on, the photodiode translates the light into electrical current and voltage, which drives the power MOSFETs on the output. The control circuit is responsible for the safe and reliable turn-on and turn-off of the output MOSFETs once a trigger current is reached.
- PhotoMOS can provide benefits such as longer life cycle, better resistance to shock and vibration, low on-resistance, and a theoretically infinite life cycle as compared to a standard electromechanical relay
Rise in Demand for Power Saving Electronic and Machinery
- Increasing need for saving energy is fueling the PhotoMOS relays market, as PhotoMOS is majorly used in telecommunication and measurement instrument. Usage of PhotoMOS is projected to increase in various other applications owing to advancements in these relays.
- Advantages of PhotoMOS relays over electromechanical relays such as low current, longer life, smaller size, high vibration and shock resistance are also projected to drive the market for PhotoMOS relays during the forecast period.
- Cars, buildings, or automated machines, and switching devices have become indispensable for industries and in everyday life. Rise of Internet of Things, e-mobility, and energy management applications are estimated to fuel the demand of PhotoMOS relays in the near future.
Asia Pacific to Hold Prominent Share of Global Market
- Asia Pacific is estimated to hold a prominent share of the global market during the forecast period. Expansion of electrical vehicle market in this region is projected to drive the PhotoMOS relays market, as they are used in battery monitoring systems and meter reading systems. Almost half of the total global production for PhotoMOS relays is carried in Asia Pacific, which is also a key factor for the region to hold the largest share of the global market.
- Europe and North America are likely to follow Asia Pacific and the market in these regions is projected to expand considerably owing to the shift in trends in the automotive industry toward electrification, which in turn is anticipated to boost the use of PhotoMOS relays in these regions.
Key Players in Global PhotoMOS Relays Market
Major players operating in the global PhotoMOS relays market are
Key players include:
- Cosmo Electronics Corporation
- Okita Works
- Bright Toward Industrial
Global PhotoMOS Relays Market Scope
Global PhotoMOS Relays Market by Type
- Above 20 V and Below 80 V
- Above 100 V and Below 200 V
- Above 200 V and Below 350 V
- Above 350 V
Global PhotoMOS Relays Market, by Application
- Medical Devices
- Measurement and instrumentation
- Security devices
- Industrial control
Global PhotoMOS Relays Market, by Region
- North America
- Rest of North America
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Middle East & Africa
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East & Africa
- South America
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