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Old 27th October 2002, 01:57 PM   #11
herm is offline herm  United States
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Here's what NP says about output transisitors:

The IRF244 is pretty much an IRF240. We
use it instead of the 240 because it has
standard TO-3 pin width, where the 240 in
a "to-3" case is nonstandard.

The to-3's are very difficult to get, but the
IRFP240 plastics work just fine.

I found it in this thread if you want to read it all..


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