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BC846W~BC850W NPN Silicon Epitaxial Planar Transistor Topdiode

  • Low current
  • Low voltage
  • RoHS compliant

Topdiode BC846W~BC850W NPN Silicon Epitaxial Planar Transistor

Topdiode BC846W~BC850W is NPN Silicon Epitaxial Planar Transistor for general purpose and switching applications.
Topdiode BC846W~BC850W is NPN Silicon Epitaxial Planar Transistor with SOT-323 Plastic Package.
Topdiode BC846W~BC850W is a nice alternative offer for Nexperia BC846W~BC850W

Topdiode BC846W~BC850W NPN Silicon Epitaxial Planar Transistor DATA

Topdiode PN BC846W~BC850W
Description NPN Silicon Epitaxial Planar Transistor
Package SOT-323
Polarity NPN
Ptot (mW) 200
VCEO [max] (V) 65
IC [max] (mA) 100
hFE [min] 110
hFE [max] 800
Tj [max] (°C) 150
Cross to Brand Nexperia
Pin to Pin Cross P/N BC846W~BC850W

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What is Transistor?

A transistor is a semiconductor device used to amplify or switch electrical signals and power. Typically, transistors consist of three layers, or terminals, of a semiconductor material, each of which can carry a current.

How an Transistor Works?

When working as an amplifier, a transistor transforms a small input current into a bigger output current. As a switch, it can be in one of two distinct states — on or off — to control the flow of electronic signals through an electrical circuit or electronic device.

What are Features of Transistor ?

The most basic and important characteristic of the transistor: the transistor has a current amplification effect. Its essence is that the transistor can control a large change in the collector current with a small change in the base current.

What are Applications of Transistor?

It has three major applications:
1. Used in amplifier circuits for voltage or current amplification;
2. Used in oscillation circuits for modulation, demodulation or self-oscillation;
3. Used in switching circuits as thyristors, current limiting or switching tubes.

What are Benefits of Transistor ?

1. Provide signal amplification to ensure a fair output for the application.
2. Regulate an incoming signal’s current and voltage.
3. Smaller and lighter than vacuum tubes, while also being mechanically stronger.
4. Require no external heating for operation.
5. A low-voltage supply is sufficient to operate a transistor.
6. Highly suitable for low-power applications.
7. Ideal for integrating with resistors and diodes to create integrated circuits.
8. As the size of transistors decreased exponentially, their cost has fallen.

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