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sdman 10th September 2010 08:58 PM

2sc5200
 
Do they make an output transistor that's higher wattage/amps than the
2SC5200?
sam

wahab 10th September 2010 09:01 PM

Two 2SC5200.....?.....

Carolina 10th September 2010 09:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sdman (Post 2299131)
Do they make an output transistor that's higher wattage/amps than the
2SC5200?
sam


Try:

MJL4302A

MJL4281A


Also better than 2SC5200

sdman 10th September 2010 09:38 PM

2sc5200
 
You mean to parallel two 2sc5200s?

That's what I am trying not to do.

There may not be one but it would be great to find one that is 250W,20A+.

There's some mosfets with double dies that would work but trying to stay bipolar.

sam

jcx 10th September 2010 10:06 PM

how do you intend to heat sink that? - multiple packages spread the heat for more thermal transfer efficently

Greg Erskine 10th September 2010 10:17 PM

Here's the data on a few common output transisitors:

Output Transistors

Remember SOAR.

Carolina 10th September 2010 10:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Greg Erskine (Post 2299191)
Here's the data on a few common output transisitors:

Output Transistors

Remember SOAR.


Now we go back to

MJL4302A

MJL4281A

;)

sdman 11th September 2010 02:09 PM

2sc5200
 
Thanks everyone for the info on a better transistor than the 2sc5200.

The MJL4281A/MJL4302A looks like a good replacement for the 2SC5200 and
2SA1943.
Would be nice if they came in an SOT227 package. This would help dissipate
the heat better.

Sam

AndrewT 11th September 2010 02:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sdman (Post 2299603)
The MJL4281A/MJL4302A looks like a good replacement for the 2SC5200 and 2sa1943

I would not consider these particular ONsemi devices as replacements.
There are other ONsemi devices that should make good replacements.

mt490 11th September 2010 03:00 PM

If you want a bigger package, the Sanken MT200 transistors spring to mind.


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