ON Semiconductor, FJN3314RTA NPN Digital Transistor, 100 mA 50 V 4.7 kΩ, Ratio Of 0.1, 3-Pin TO-92

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Dual Resistor Digital Transistors, Fairchild Semiconductor

Digital Transistors, Fairchild Semiconductor

Resistor-equipped bipolar transistors, also known as “Digital Transistors” or “Bias Resistor Transistors”, incorporating one or two integrated resistors. A single series input resistor, or a potential divider of two resistors, allows these devices to be directly driven from digital sources. Both single and dual transistor versions are available.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Transistor Type NPN
Number of Elements per Chip 1
Maximum Continuous Collector Current 100 mA
Maximum Collector Emitter Voltage 50 V
Typical Input Resistor 4.7 kΩ
Mounting Type Through Hole
Package Type TO-92
Pin Count 3
Minimum DC Current Gain 68
Transistor Configuration Single
Maximum Power Dissipation 300 mW
Maximum Collector Emitter Saturation Voltage 0.3 V
Maximum Emitter Base Voltage 10 V
Typical Resistor Ratio 0.1
Height 5.33mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +150 °C
Length 5.2mm
Dimensions 5.2 x 4.19 x 5.33mm
Width 4.19mm
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