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srinath 9th April 2012 12:24 PM

Transistor D2350 cross reference
 
I am looking for a transistor that has "D2350" printed on it. I have no idea of what make it is, and in effect it tested a bit iffy. It is on a motorcycle ignition box. I have swapped transistors in ignition boxes before on an old xs650, and yamaha viragoes but those have been with a published replacement. So could someone point me at what a D2350 is and if there is a replacement.

Is it an SD2350 ?

Thanks.
Srinath.

AuroraB 9th April 2012 12:32 PM

By regular japanese standards it should be a 2SD2350, - but google doesn't give me any hits on that.... ?
Is teh last "0" really a zero?

KatieandDad 9th April 2012 12:32 PM

That will be a 2SD2350 but that is unobtanium.

srinath 9th April 2012 12:39 PM

AuroraB: It could be a 0, or an o. I am not really sure.

KatieandDad: 2sd2350 unobtanium - is there a cross reference - well NTE152 turned up as a cross reference but I am rather reluctant to put in an NTE on something that can die 100 miles from home on a cold rainy night. I guess I am looking for a good substitute, if I have to get the NTE152, I might make an external plugin type where you can swap a new one in and I'll buy a whole 100 pack, swap em @ every fillup kinda deal.

Thanks.
Srinath.

KatieandDad 9th April 2012 12:41 PM

2SD2351 is an SMD device.

2SD2350 is certainly NOT coming up on any searches.

This may have been a manufacturers special.

srinath 9th April 2012 01:09 PM

This link - SD2350 Semiconductor (Transistor, diode, IC) Cross reference

Says -

Part NumberReplace PartProduct SummaryCasePinout2SD2350

Darlington NPN Silicon2SD1071, 2SD1113, 2SD1307, 2SD1976300/300V, 6A, 40W, B>500http://english.electronica-pt.com/db/images/117.gif http://english.electronica-pt.com/db/images/pinos/0.gif
Is that accurate - I will be comparing the specs, but well, I am sorta clueless. So I may miss something.
Thanks.
Srinath.

KatieandDad 9th April 2012 01:11 PM

All I can suggest is try it. Just don't go too far away from home until you are confident that it works.

srinath 9th April 2012 07:36 PM

Got that 2SD1071 ordered. On the bright side it is easy to get the thing out and swap the transistor.
Cool.
Srinath.

srinath 2nd October 2013 07:36 PM

Motorcycle websites have subbed in the 2SD1071 and had failures.
They had some info on the NTE2317.

NTE2317, specifically designed for ignition modules, that according to
this guy does work in my bike's TCI.

See: http://www.nteinc.com/specs/2300to2399/NTE2317.html
I have that sitting in my shelf, waiting for my foot to heal (Topaz surgery) and awaitng being used.

Cool.
Srinath.


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