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Identifying PNP Help

Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by rRob, May 6, 2004.

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  1. rRob

    rRob Guest

    I am working on a PWM fan control circuit. I am having a trouble
    figuring out what PNP transistor I need. All I have to go on besides
    the symbol is:

    any help or suggestions would be great.

  2. TIP126 is the part number. Googling on "TIP126" reveals several
    manufacturers' datasheets; Fairchild semiconductor shows the device is in
    full production for less than $1.
  3. Jim Backus

    Jim Backus Guest

    Originally made by Texas Instruments - power darlington Ic max ~ 3
    Amps. the type number gave the max Vce. different parts were probably
    40 V, 60 V and 80 V.

  4. You might try a TIP126, which is a Darlington pair (2 transistors in one
    package, the first one acting as a preamplifier for the second).

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