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This transistor can drive loads upto 1500mA therefore you can drive and control many electronic equipments through it.

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This transistor can drive loads upto 1500mA therefore you can drive and control many electronic equipments through it.

In this post we are going to discuss about MPSA42 transistor pinout.push({});Features / Technical Specifications:Package Type: TO-92Transistor Type:  NPNMax Collector Current(IC): 500mAMax Collector-Emitter Voltage (VCE): 300VMax Collector-Base Voltage (VCB): 300VMax Emitter-Base Voltage (VEBO): 6VMax Collector Dissipation (Pc): 625 mWMax Transition Frequency (fT): 50 MHzMinimum Maximum DC Current Gain (hFE): 40Max Storage Operating temperature Should Be: -55 to +150 CentigradePNP Complementary:PNP Complementary of MPSA42 is MPSA92.

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Moreover it can also be used as an amplifier in variety of audio related application such as in audio amplifiers and audio amplifier stages.high power and medium power transistors etc.The collector-emitter voltage of the transistor is 300V which makes it ideal to use in applications in which a general purpose BJT transistor cant be used because most of the normal general purpose BJT transistor have the max collector-emitter voltage of 100V.

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push({});Where We Can Use it How to Use:MPSA42 can be used in high voltage applications such as Telephonic applications.Replacement and Equivalent:2N6516

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Replacement and Equivalent:2N6516.

com/pdf-down/M/P/S/MPSA42_FairchildOne of the most used package is 8 pin dip package.

push({});Applications:Sensor CircuitsSmall Signal AmplificationGeneral Op Amp CircuitsAudio Preamplifiers Replacement / Equivalent / Other Part Numbers:LM258.Application Circuits :Light Sensor CircuitThe circuit shown below is a light sensor circuit built around the LM358 IC.

Moreover make sure to always connect the supply in the right polarity.LM324 may also be used as a replacement if space is not a problem.

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