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Old 11th May 2005, 02:45 AM   #1
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Default Where to find MT-200 Insulators??

Anyone know where to buy MT-200 Insulators for the large Sanken 2SC3284 type transistors???

I would prefer the Mica type as that is what is currently used on the other channel, but i would listen to advice if there is something better to switch to??


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Old 11th May 2005, 10:20 AM   #2
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I would like to know too, Dave.

The MT200 Toshiba's and Sanken's i have used a number of times but no luck on mica's, so i stamped insulators from 8'x8' silicon sheet.
First attempt was cutting from large mica sheets, not a huge succes, never seen big mica sheets again in later years .
Kapton tape is sold in a width enabling it to use for MT200 packages, Kapton is supposed to be better than Mica.

No so long ago NP posted Mica is still best, i trust the master and continue to grease myself.

Overhere MT200's are sold at a number of places, but all but one i know dont sell matching mica's.
Around my corner they sell MT200's, but the tag is silly:

http://www.bmm-electronics.nl/Produc...Product_ID=727
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Old 11th May 2005, 10:56 AM   #3
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hi guys


i can get mica here very cheap about 50pcs. a dollar .

i can get them and then send to to you .

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Hau,

did you just say 50 pieces for a dollar ?
Are you kidding or do i need reading lessons ?
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Old 11th May 2005, 11:01 AM   #5
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hi

yes about 50pcs. a dollar. its only mica without any screw or bushing. they are very common here. silicon sheets are the one that are not available here.

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Hau,

If they are in MT200 size, 20x36mm (0.8" x1.4") or larger, i would very much like a number of them.
How about you, Dave ?

I am going to build Leach amplifiers with a big number of MT200 devices, till now i planned to use silicon sheet.
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Old 11th May 2005, 12:19 PM   #7
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Yes i would be interested! One Dollars worth would set me for life i think!

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Old 11th May 2005, 01:42 PM   #8
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I am very much interested as well.
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I would be interested as well. Couldn't find MT-200 mica pads in Oz for quite some time.

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Hau,

what about one of us sending you the money for the total number of mica's, you send the MT200's to one adress, after which it goes to the rest who like some.
That way you need not do all the labor of mailing the mica's to all of us.

Unless someone in Australia is more favorable i'd be pleased to do the distributing.
I like some extra for people here in Europe who need them, at cost.
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