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aldovan 23rd August 2007 02:28 AM

Help for identify a transistor manufacturer
 
Dear friends

I have a power transistor and the logo is a "S" letter inside a square.
What is the manufacturer ?

Thanks,

Aldovan

djk 23rd August 2007 02:48 AM

Stop playing games with us.

It would be helpful to give all the data in one post, most people will not have read all the ones you have started.

It sounds like a Solitron, and with that and $.50 you can buy a cup of coffee.

aldovan 23rd August 2007 03:06 AM

Help for identify a transistor manufacturer
 
Thanks for the information.
But I do not playing games...
I have a doubt and I post the doubt.
If the peoples do not want read, no read.
A cofee cup is more cheap here in Brazil, only U$.25.

Aldovan

aldovan 26th August 2007 08:27 PM

This is the transistor photo
 
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Friends

This is the transistor photo.
Anyone know this brand ?

Thanks,

Aldovan

djk 27th August 2007 11:28 AM

The photo is too poor to read the markings.

Original Burnedfingers 27th August 2007 11:32 AM

Aldovan,

Please line up all your transistors for a photo shoot at one time.

Please do use adequate lighting so we have a fighting chance to see the pictures.


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