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Old 14th May 2004, 06:41 AM   #1
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Question What is STK ?

ok guys agreed that STK's are used in amps and in regulators .... but what exactly are STk s .... any site telling about them .... BINIL
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Old 14th May 2004, 06:55 AM   #2
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STK? from memory its just a tag name, like LM from natsemi, TI from texas instru, PCM from ti for their DA stuff..


from memory stk = sanyo or phillips
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Old 14th May 2004, 07:31 AM   #3
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Default What's STK

Sanyo Transistor Koconut?
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Power supply; ripple, filter, noise, stability and the use of capacitance multiplier... Portuguese and English; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSm0ku1eIgg
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This page has a list of Sanyo STK modules, with some
data sheets on some models.

http://www.datadart.com/al/sanyo/sanyodata.htm
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Default Normally those letters make sense

F was used for fairchild.... but sometimes other factorie joint together and change letters

M for Motorola

TI for Texas Instruments

STK may be same Japanese name... i do not about japanese names, something alike....lets invent a name... Sanyo tonbansh Kisheradeska.... something alike... also letter has international meanings also numbers printed on it had meanings too.... the one we already know is related to production line numbers... this way you can believe to find some of them matched, because a part of the same waffer, or the same morning production, or the same day production... others use the voltage information in letters... when i found those codes, may be in internet.... i will remember the one that first asks, i will take not of his name.

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Old 14th May 2004, 01:53 PM   #6
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STK's are MOS-FET amp modules made by Sanyo in Japan.


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Old 14th May 2004, 01:57 PM   #7
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These are often used in specialized applications, like deflection modules in CRT projectors- NEC used them in many of their models.


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Old 15th May 2004, 02:01 AM   #8
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Sony also used stk gear in their monitors
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Quote: "STK's are MOS-FET amp modules made by Sanyo in Japan."

No they aren't !!


Please have a look at this page:

http://www.sanyo.com/semiconductors/...?productID=487
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Old 15th May 2004, 08:57 AM   #10
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STK? from memory its just a tag name, like LM from natsemi, TI from texas instru, PCM from ti for their DA stuff..
To confuse things more, the STK-xxx hybrids were originally labelled back in 1975: SHP-xxx and carried a logo from a company called Silicon International in Canada.

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