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Old 15th March 2009, 04:28 PM   #1
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Default Russian Mosfets ?

don't ask me how and why ......

old Russian button case semis

black

П210АВП

all I found on net is that they're probably mosfets , but nothing else ....

anyone with some info ?

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No, those pieces of hardware are low-frequency power germanium BJTs. Do not waste your time with them.
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No, those pieces of hardware are low-frequency power germanium BJTs. Do not waste your time with them.

sorry - have you any link for more info ?

tnx for your time .
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No, those pieces of hardware are low-frequency power germanium BJTs. Do not waste your time with them.

I can confirm that. PNP from the sixties. Doesn't mean Zen Mod won't enjoy wasting time with them


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ZM can make neat things with old junk

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I can confirm that. PNP from the sixties. Doesn't mean Zen Mod won't enjoy wasting time with them


Pc: 60W; Ucb: 60V; Uce: 25V; Ueb: 25V; Ic: 12A; Tj: 75C; Ft: 100KHz; Cc: -; Hfe: 15MIN

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Default Datasheet

Sorry, but it is in Russian. From "Semiconductor Devices: Transistors". N. N. Gorunov 1985. ББК 32852 6ФО.32

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Sorry, but it is in Russian. From "Semiconductor Devices: Transistors". N. N. Gorunov 1985.  32852 6$.32

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