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Transistor Question??

Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by Barry & Nikki, Nov 23, 2004.

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  1. Please forgive my ignorance on this matter but I want to find out from the
    knowledgeable ones out there. Anyhow: IS a DTC143EK the same as a DTC143Z or
    any other DTC143_ _?? I am looking for a few DTC 143EK or equivalent if
    anyone can help? Thanks in advance
  2. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    Here are some datasheets:

    - Franc Zabkar
  3. COOL, Thanks for those links those helped a lot.
  4. I don't know what that particular part is, but from the suffixes on
    other parts, I would say that it could be in an entirely different
    package, and of course wouldn't fit into the same socket or board or
  5. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    I'm guessing the "DT" stands for Digital Transistor (ie one with
    integrated resistors) and the next character (either A or C ???)
    denotes whether it is PNP or NPN (as in 2SA or 2SC).

    - Franc Zabkar
  6. Yeah, you have a good point. I looked up DTC143 in my old hardcopy of
    the NTE xref, and it skips from 124 to 144. But like you said, the
    DTC144 with different letters has a built-in resistor. It crosses to a
    NTE2359. But that's not a 143!

    Try online and see if it's more current and
  7. You're turning into an obnoxious spammer, you've been trying multiple
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    repetitively with the same junk.

  8. Hello from the Doctor
    (And yes I stuck it below the posting.)
    Funny I am inclined to agree with you. Fellow your giving AT&T Worldnet a bad
    name by posting that pile of barley. I strongly suggest you cease and desist from
    dumping such posts on us. If you really want to sell stuff that way, create a new
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