BC546 NPN Amplifier Transistor with 65V DC Emiiter Voltage and 100mA current made through P and N type Semiconductor. When a Semiconductor is placed in center between same type semiconductors the Arrangement is Called Transistor. Consist of three layers of a semiconductor device, Each capable of moving a current. Semiconductor is a made by Germanium and Silicon that conducts electricity also it is combination of two Diode.
Used for Mobile phones, Industrial Control, Television and Flip-flops, High Frequency Application such as Radio Frequency Audio Circuit.
- NPN Amplifier Transistor is a semiconductor device used to amplify or switch electronic signals and electrical power. It is composed of semiconductor material usually with at least three terminals for connection to an external circuit.
- The NPN Amplifier Transistor is the fundamental building block of modern electronic devices, and is ubiquitous in modern electronic systems.
- NPN Amplifier Transistor very small size and weight, reducing equipment size. Operates at low operating voltages compatible with batteries of only a few cells.
- NPN Amplifier Transistor are circuits with greater energy efficiency are usually possible. Used for low-power applications.
|Collector-Base Voltage (VCBO)||80VDC|
|Collector-Emitter Voltage (VCEO)||65VDC|
|Emitter-Base Voltage (VEBO)||6VDC|
|Continuous Collector Current (IC)||100mA|
|Output Capacitance (Cobo)||4.5pF|
|Transition Frequency (fT)||300MHz|
|DC Current Gain (hFE)||110-450|
|Operating Temperature Range||-55 – 150°C|
|Power Dissipation (PD)||625mW|
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