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MJ13081 datasheet from Motorola needed.

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Edward, Aug 17, 2004.

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  1. Edward

    Edward Guest


    I´m tryig to repair an equipment that has this transistor and i need to know
    it´s specification and parameters. Can anyone send this datasheet?

    Thanks in advance.
  2. Edward wrote...
    It's a 450V (750V) 8A 150W npn TO-3 power transistor. I placed a
    copy of the datasheet on a.b.s.e., and can mail you one if you need.
  3. legg

    legg Guest

    MJ13081 is a slightly higher voltage version of MJ13080.

    081 080

    Vceo 450 400
    Vcev 750 650
    Ic 8A
    Icpk 12A
    Pd 150W
    Tj -65 to 200C
    Rthj 1,17 C/W
    hfe min 8 @ 5A/3Vce

    It is a switching transistor characterized for driven forced beta of

    It's basically a faster version of 2N6545.
    Replacements with ~same speed might be RJH6545, MJ16008, MJ16012.

  4. Ampdoc

    Ampdoc Guest

    A while back motorola spun off or sold it's semiconductor shop, and device
    data for Motorola products are now owned by ON semi.

    Datasheets can be found there for any ON/Motorola product.

    Jammy Harbin
    J & J Electronics, Inc.
    227 S. 4th St.
    Selmer, TN 38375
  5. Ampdoc wrote...
    They spun off linear ICs, power transistors, discretes, etc.,
    logic, power management, etc., but not Microprocessors, DSPs,
    memory, some RF parts, sensors, etc.
    Except for some older discontinued products, many of which have
    been expunged from ON Semi's new site, but which could often
    still be found in the backreaches of Motorola's old site. Now
    that the rest of Motorola's semiconductors have been spun off
    to Freescale, these old archive datasheets may finally become
    completely unobtainable from any of the factory sites.
  6. legg

    legg Guest

    MJ13081 was removed from the Motorola product line, prior to the
    publication of the 1989 paper catalog.

    The only parts marketed by successor ON, currently, of similar
    characteristics, are plastic 125W devices.

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