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From: "Ian French"
Subject: Re: Looking for equivalent of weird transistors
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 22:02:18 -0000
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If you search for 2SA1248 and 2SC3116 you will get many more hits and you
may even be able to buy the originals over the net.
Carlos wrote in message
> Dear all,
> I'm looking for an equivalent of the A1248 and C3116 transistors.
> These are TO-126 and all I've found about them is a web page in
> japanese where they appear as a pair (so I guess they are NPN/PNP
> complementary) with the following info (it's in japanese so I made
> some guesses):
> ???? (I guess Vceo max) = 160 V
> ???? (I guess Ic max) = 0.7 A
> ???? (I guess max Power dissipation) = 10 W
> hFE = 100-400 (5V/0.1A)
> I have to replace them in the bias circuit of the power amp section of
> an old Akai stereo amplifier. The maximum Vceo they will see is about
> 50 V. Can I use something standard such as a BD139/BD140 pair (hFE min
> = 40)? Any better equivalent, anyone?
> Many thanks in advance,
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