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Old 18th June 2010, 10:18 PM   #1
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Default Transistor data with sorting

I have been thinking of this idea for years and really expected to find it had already been done. Most of us probably have a spreadsheet that we half maintain.

I really wanted a simple table of transistors we commonly use in DIY audio and have the table sortable by various parameters. I seem to be always checking (and rechecking) the data sheets for say, lead order when substituting parts. This little table of transistor data should save me time and effort. I plan to exand the data for NPN, VAS, driver and output transistors.

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PNP Small Signal Transistors

BTW: I use IE and don't know about cross browser support.

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It works using Firefox.
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Hi Greg,

It works on Safari and Firefox on Mac, too. Thanks for the table! It will grow, right? Do you want some contribution for the tr specs? How about JFETs? MOSFETs?

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link to a datasheet?

looks good

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works with Chrome

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Very nice, Greg. Works with Explorer, ulp.....

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Hi Greg,

It works on Safari and Firefox on Mac, too. Thanks for the table! It will grow, right? Do you want some contribution for the tr specs? How about JFETs? MOSFETs?

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Hi satoru,

Thanks for the feed back on Safari and Firefox.

It will grow, it already has.

Yep, make any suggestions for transisitors I need to add.

Also, I need some guideance on what specs are important for transistors for particular roles. Like the VAS needs to have atransistor with low Cob, I think.

I will add any groups that are popular including JETs and MOSFETs.

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link to a datasheet?

looks good

works with Chrome
Hi johnferrier,

I was thinking about links to datasheets, but there are a few issues like, the online ones I use, I can't link directly to and the manufactures don't always have datasheets for old components. I will think further on this as links are a PITA to maintain.

I will smarten the appearance over time. I just wanted to get something simple working and see if I liked it and if it was of interest to others.

Thanks for the feedback on Chrome.

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