Optocoupler selection

Trying to pick out an optocoupler IC…Googling gives a handful of results but I’m not knowledgeable enough to choose one over the other. The one I picked so far is this: http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1524124.pdf but it’d be nice to find a multi-channel IC so I don’t need 12 of those…

Basically all I’m looking for is an optocoupler IC with high CMR that can be driven with <15 mA (limit for high current GPIO pins on the Due). Any suggestions would be appreciated, or if I should just stick with what I found then that’s what I’ll do.

ACSL-6400 is a quad active output opto-coupler that will work with 7mA input current and supports upto 15MHz. Its logic output can sink upto 50mA, but cannot source current, note, and the output side can be powered at 3.3V or 5V.

If you want cheap/slow there are so many to choose from - opto darlingtons have more gain but are slower.

Also there are galvanic isolators that don't use light which you might want to consider, for instance the ISO7342CDW and family: http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1882958.pdf They are fast and low current, but need supplies at both sides of the barrier as they basically use a very tiny transmitter and receiver coupled through a high voltage capacitor.

Thank you Mark!