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Motorola 365 Transistor

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Baron, Nov 17, 2010.

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  1. Baron

    Baron Guest

    Does anybody have any data for a Motorola branded transistor in a metal
    TO18 can with just the Motorola logo and 365/026 marked on it
    and "KOREA" stamped in the top.  Google provides plenty of hits but no
    help.  Every man and his dog seem to be trying to sell them though !

    I've also found a couple of very interesting Ferranti IC's that I can't
    identify, but they will have to wait whilst I can photograph them.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    It sounds like a house number. Somebody ordered a few million or so, marked
    with their proprietary house number, and either the product died or the
    company went belly-up, ergo, millions of overstock.

    I'd guess it's either a 2N2222/3904/4401 sub, or some exotic thing. Can
    you get one and run its curves, etc?

    Good Luck!
    Rich
     
  3. Baron

    Baron Guest

    Rich Grise Inscribed thus:
    Hi Rich,
    Thanks for your suggestions.
    At the moment I don't have access to the test gear to be able to do
    that. This transistor, there is about a 100 of them, is part of a very
    large consignment of semiconductors that I acquired as part of an
    auction lot a few years ago. I'm only now getting round to examining
    them. There are several hundred VN46A power fets as well as things
    like PUT's & UJT's in there. It would be nice to know what these
    devices are.

    I really must make an effort to photograph those "Ferranti" IC's.
     
  4. baron

    baron Guest

    Inscribed thus:
    OK ! Got the AVO out...
    Silicon PNP EBC pinout.
    I still don't know if its LF, RF etc. Yes I can measure the Hfe but I
    haven't tried... Yet !
    I suppose I ought to start and catalogue them...
     
  5. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Sure, and a variable power supply and series resistor. But you've got
    to have a pretty sensitive current range - leakage is probably in the
    microamp or less range.

    Good Luck!
    Rich
     
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