VCES. Collector-emitter voltage (VBE = 0). V. VCEO. Collector-emitter voltage (IB = 0). V. VEBO. Emitter-base voltage (IC = 0). 9. V. IC. E Datasheet PDF – V 8A 80W NPN Transistor, pdf, pinout, equivalent, replacement, schematic, manual, data, circuit, parts, datasheet. “Typical” parameters which may be provided in SCILLC data sheets and/or specifications can and do vary in different applications and actual performance may.
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That data sheet is a wrong IMHO but first, a bit of background. Well done for finding the mistakes. Notice the text “SCLS E ” on the header of most pages in the current datasheet, which tells us that it is revision E. It makes a mistake IMHO in that the 4. I wonder how many other people were confused by them, in the 2 years since those mistakes was introduced! Am I mis-understanding something or is the data-sheet wrong? The device you are wanting to know about is a P channel JFET and dqtasheet types of transistor conduct drain current when there is zero gate-source voltage.
Not the first time either.
They shows typical characteristics for one device that has a VGS off voltage of 4. From the table on the second page and the given the pin numbers 18, 16, 14, 12 I think the labels should be as the following image: In all my many years I’ve never seen a data sheet from Fairchild that was this contrary lol.
On the first page I don’t understand the logic diagram: Curvers are for tr and td. Especially “Fairchild may have dropped a major clanger”: So back to the front page and the specification in the table is incomplete in my opinion. dtasheet
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VictorLamoine – Thanks for the update, that’s good news: Victor Lamoine 2 9. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Using the J as an example, it lists a range of JFETs that are dtasheet the same device but, due to manufacturing process variations have different VGS off voltages: Question asked on TI forum: It can be found here or directly here PDF.
Sign up using Email and Password. In “Electrical Characteristics” section under turn on time it says 1. You can get e13007ff here: What am I doing wrong?
Spehro Pefhany k 4 Andy aka k 10 Null 4, 10 22 They said they will fix this in the next data-sheet version: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The mistakes which you highlighted were only introduced in the latest revision to that TI datasheet, when it changed from revision D August to revision E in May