2N5551 DATASHEET PDF

DATA SHEET. Product specification. Supersedes data of Apr Oct DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS. 2N; 2N DATA SHEET. Product specification. Supersedes data of Apr Apr DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTORS. 2N; 2N NPN high-voltage. Suffix “-Y” means hFE ~ in 2N (Test condition: IC = 10 .. Datasheet contains the design specifications for product development.

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2N Datasheet(PDF) – ON Semiconductor

So if you are looking for an NPN transistor for you amplifier circuit then this transistor might be the right datashwet. The simulation graph that shows the amplified output sine wave can also be found.

This means that the collector current will be amplified by 80 times than that of the base current. TL — Programmable Reference Voltage.

Normally the value of collector current will e given by. As told earlier the 2N NPN transistor is widely used for amplification. TL — Programmable Reference Voltage. So if you are looking for an NPN transistor for you amplifier circuit then this transistor might be the right choice.

If you are designing a PCD or Perf board with this component then the following picture from the 2N Datasheet will be useful to know its package type and dimensions. Here the input sine wave of magnitude 8mV yellow colour is amplified to 50mV Pink colour as shown in the graph. Submitted by webmaster on 21 December It also has decent switching characteristics Transition frequency is MHz hence can amplify low-level signals.

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The simulation graph that shows the amplified output sine wave can also be found. A very simple bare minimum circuit for a transistor to work as an amplifier is shown below.

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This amplification depends on the amplification factor h fe which is 80 for 2N A transistor is normally a current amplifier, meaning the current flowing though the base will be amplified in the current flowing through the dataheet.

Here the input sine wave of magnitude 8mV yellow colour is amplified to 50mV Pink colour as shown in the graph. Due to this feature, the transistor is commonly used for amplification of audio or other low power signals.

Changing the value of R L will affect the amplification of the output wave. This output voltage depends on the Input voltage Vcc, here 12V without the voltage drop across the loads resistor R1.

Changing the value of R L will affect the amplification of the output wave.

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Due to this feature, the transistor is commonly used for amplification of audio or other low power signals. How to use 2N Normally the value of collector current will e given by. The Resistor R1 is the load resistor and the resistor R2 is the emitter resistor. A very simple bare minimum circuit for a transistor to work as datqsheet amplifier is shown below.

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It also has decent switching characteristics Transition frequency is MHz hence can amplify low-level signals. This amplification depends on the amplification factor h fe which is 80 for 2N Therefore the output voltage Vout can be datasheeh as. How to use 2N As told earlier the 2N NPN transistor is widely used for amplification.

Submitted by webmaster on 21 December A transistor is normally a current amplifier, meaning the current flowing though the base will be amplified in the current flowing through the collector. The Resistor R1 is the load resistor and the resistor R2 is the emitter 25n551. This means that the collector current will be amplified by 80 times than that of the base current. If you are designing a PCD or Perf board with this component then the following picture from the 2N Datasheet will be useful to know its package type and dimensions.

This 25551 voltage depends on the Input voltage Vcc, here 12V without the voltage drop across the loads resistor R1.

Therefore the output voltage Vout can be given as.