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Old 7th December 2003, 03:17 PM   #1
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Question 2SD438/2SB560 Pin comfiguration

Anyone who knows the pin configuration for the Sanyo 2SD438 and 2SB560 btj transistors??

Sanyo who makes them doesn´t have any specs for these transistors?????

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Old 7th December 2003, 04:05 PM   #2
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E-C-B.

I have some limited data on them.

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Default E-C-B

Thanks Jocko!
Is that seen from the front???
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Old 8th December 2003, 05:39 AM   #4
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Yes.

Almost all small signal types from J. A. Pan, Inc. are that configuration.

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Thanks Jocko
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What is your application?

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I have had them laying around for some time, and now I can use them as drivers in a small Onix amplifier...
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Probably will owrk fine, if you have them. I usually use 2SA1145 & 2SC2702 there, but only because I have lots to use. I like the Snayo parts in PSU application. Big packeage to help get rid of all the heat in my designs.

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yes...
I'm replacing some ZTX653/753 which is the original in the Onix
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Don't have a Zetex catalog handy, but.....they make some good transistors. The ones you refer to may have limited dissapation, though.......

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