Author Topic: would this Russian germ. work in a fuzz (emitter-base voltage too low?)  (Read 693 times)

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http://alltransistors.com/transistor.php?transistor=36072

This indicates that the maximum emitter-base voltage (Ueb) is 3v.  I read some technical literature that I somewhat understood, and it seemed to be ok.  Then I read something else which made me second guess my noobness. 

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Re: would this Russian germ. work in a fuzz (emitter-base voltage too low?)
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2014, 08:23:29 PM »
I think that refers to reverse voltages, as in power going the wrong way?  What it can withstand before damage occurring, like a diode?  Alltransistors calls the ube, use, while the other places replace u with a v

http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_3/chpt_4/15.html

Reverse voltages: As with diodes, bipolar transistors are rated for maximum allowable reverse-bias voltage across their PN junctions. This includes voltage ratings for the emitter-base junction VEB , collector-base junction VCB , and also from collector to emitter VCE .

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Re: would this Russian germ. work in a fuzz (emitter-base voltage too low?)
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2014, 09:09:12 PM »
25 for 10 bucks is worth a shot.  Ordered.  If they work, they work. 

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