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Discussion in 'Datasheets, Manuals and Component Identification' started by Ixtreme, Oct 22, 2010.

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  1. Ixtreme


    Oct 22, 2010
    Hi everyone,

    I was hoping if someone could help clarify this information, I have the following transistor:

    VCEmaxV: 45
    VCBmaxV: 45
    VEBmaxV: 5
    IcMax: 1
    A PtotW: 0.83
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    Does this mean that the maximum voltage into base is 5v, the maximum voltage through the transistor is 45v and the maximum current that can run through the transistor is 1A?

    Also for every 63mA at the base you would get 150mA out?

    I've probably got the wrong end of the stick, if someone could help that would be great.
  2. Resqueline


    Jul 31, 2009
    Current goes into, not voltage. Voltage is across.The max reverse voltage (emitter-base) is 5V. Do not confuse this with the nominal forward voltage (0.5-0.8V).
    The max voltage (both across collector-emitter and collector-base) is 45V. Usually Vbe is rated higher than Vce. Max collector current is 1A & max power loss is 0.83W.
    hFE is DC current gain. Here the base current is 1/63rd of a 150mA collector current (= 2.38mA). At higher collector currents the gain factor will be lower.
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