Transistor - 2N3055, High Power NPN Silicon, TO-3 Case
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15 A, 60 V, 115 W
EPIBASE - Designed for power amplifier and switching regulator applications. The best choice where high frequency response, low switching losses and good safe operating area are required.
- Current Gain - Bandwidth Product - fT = 2.5 MHz (Min) @ Ic = 1.0 Adc
- Safe Operating Area - Full Power Rating to 40 V
|Base-emitter Voltage (VBE)||1.8 V|
|Base Current (IB)||7 A|
|Collector-base voltage rating @ IC = 0 (VEBO)||7 V|
|Collector-emitter Saturation Voltage (VCE(sat))||1 V - 3 V|
|Collector-emitter sustaining voltage @ IB = 0 (VCEO(sus))||60 V|
|Collector-emitter sustaining voltage @ RBE = 100Ω (VCER(sus))||60 V|
|Collector-emitter voltage rating @ IB = 0 (VCEO)||60 V|
|Collector-emitter voltage rating @ IE = 0 (VCBO)||100 V|
|Collector-emitter voltage rating @ RBE = 100 Ω (VCER)||70 V|
|Collector Current (IC)||15 A|
|Collector cut-off current @ IB = 0 (ICEO)||0.7 mA|
|Collector cut-off current @ VBE = -1.5 V (ICEX)||1 mA - 5 mA|
|D.C. Current Gain (hFE)||20 - 70|
|Emitter Cut-off Current (IEBO)||5 mA|
|Operating Temperature (TJ)||200°C|
|Total Dissipation @ TC ≤ 25°C (PTOT)||115 W|
|storage temperature (Tstg)||-65°C to 200°C|
|Packaging Dimensions||1.5 in. × 0.8 in. × 1 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||0.036 lbs.|
|Specification Sheet||All Models|
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1 answers what transistor shoud be used in chrysler electronic transistor ignition of 1970s
Asked by Anonymous on October 14th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
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