I'm going to use Arduino with some optocouplers to trigger the switches in some toys.
The toys will generely be low voltage (3-6 V). The way the switches in these toys usually work is that they either pull a pin on the embedded CPU down to ground or high to Vcc.
What i want to do, is have the Arduino controlled photocouplers do the switchng.
I happen to have a bunch of Sharp PC829 photocouplers :http://www.digchip.com/datasheets/parts/datasheet/424/PC829-pdf.php
Now as i read the the datasheet depending on the flow of the current through the phototransitor in the PC829 it can handle either 6V or 35V at 50mA
Is that correct?