Are you asking why it has a BIAS pin or why the current is what is
The relay is controlled by a CMOS level. The control input switches
current in the BIAS pin to drive an LED (apparently) in the optical
isolator. The BIAS input looks like a current sink so is a constant
12ish MA above 5V.
Or are you asking something else?
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