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Typenbezeichnung: SMUN5335DW

Markierungscode: 35

Werkstoff: Si

Wandlerpolarität: Pre-Biased-NPN*PNP

Basis-Eingangswiderstand R1 = 2.2 kOhm

Basis-Emitter-Widerstand R2 = 47 kOhm

Widerstandsverhältnis R1/R2 = 0.047

Gesamt-Verlustleistung (Pc): 0.25 W

Kollektor-Basis-Sperrspannung (Vcb): 50 V

Kollektor-Emitter-Sperrspannung (Vce): 50 V

DC-Kollektorstrom (Ic): 0.1 A

Betriebstemperatur (Tj): 150 °C

DC-Stromverstärkung (hfe): 80

Transistorgehäuse: SOT-363

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SMUN5335DW Datasheet (PDF)

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SMUN5311DW Series NPN / PNP Digital Small Signal Transistors Elektronische Bauelemente RoHS Compliant Product A suffix of “-C” indicates halogen-free. DESCRIPTION SOT-363 The Bias Resistor Transistor (BRT) contains a single transistor with a monolithic bias network consisting of two resistors; a series base resistor and a base-emitter resistor. These digital transistors are

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SMUN52XXDW NPN Multi-Chip Elektronische Bauelemente Built-in Resistors Transistor The BRT (Bias Resistor Transistor) contains a single transistor SOT-363 with a monolithic bias network consisting of two resistors; a series o .055(1.40) 8 base resistor and a base–emitter resistor. These digital transistors are .047(1.20) 0o .026TYP designed to replace a single device and its exte

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