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If you don’t have that particular type, a transistor cross-reference guide can sometimes help you to find a compatible, generic part. Be sure to substitute a FET of eatasheet same type as the original. But if the original transistor has a high gain, try to match it.

This rating is used primarily with JFETs. Data sheets often specify a minimum or typical value of h FEor else a range of values that applies at a certain collector current I C. So, altogether, there are six types of field-effect transistors.

Then, when you need to pick a substitute for an original transistor, you can quickly home tranzistor on all your potential candidates. Minimum and maximum values are usually given. Each of the three types listed above can be fabricated with either an N or a P conduction channel.


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In each of these ratings, the 3rd terminal is assumed to be electrically open unconnected. Just use a bit of spaghetti tubing on the leads to keep them from touching each other. Maximum Power, called P Dis the overall power a transistor can dissipate, through heat, without burning up. Either the “meat” has extra negative charge carriers electrons and the “bread” has extra positive charge carriers holesor the meat has the positive charges and the bread has the negative charges.

Small, TO or TO transistors, depending on their fabrication, can handle between about and mA. The first spec to consider is the Transistor Outline. One measure of gain, called h FEis often used for comparing transistors.

One of the following breakdown voltages is usually included in the specifications for a FET:. But you might already have a suitable substitute in your parts drawers.

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De-soldering and replacing a transistor takes very little time. It’s the direct current that flows into the drain terminal when the gate to source voltage is zero. Just make sure to compare apples with apples. More time is spent figuring out which one to replace and, sometimes, what to replace it with! Heat sinks and fans increase the ability of a transistor to dissipate heat.

Finding a substitute replacement transistor isn’t difficult if you know the specs of the original transistor and organize your stock by specs instead of type numbers. The following electrical specs are important when choosing a substitute BJT.


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If you install the wrong polarity, the sandwich won’t work. It’s a maximum current rating so choose a substitute with a rating at trannsistor as high as the original. Field-effect transistors come in three basic types: There are three breakdown voltages: Choose a substitute transistor with a breakdown voltage rating at least as high as the original.

They also have double the input voltage drop since there are two semiconductor junctions in series. BV GSS – the breakdown voltage between the Gate and the Source terminals when the drain is short-circuited to the source.

The type number is often printed on the transistor, although product manufacturers sometimes have their own part numbers printed instead.

The V EB rating isn’t usually a factor in choosing a substitute transistor. A Transistor Outline number, or TOrefers to a transistor’s physical size, shape, and mounting style. You can find transistor specs in data sheets available online. At the maximum voltage, also called a breakdown voltage BVelectrons begin to avalanche in the transistor.