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HOW TO USE THIS BOOK 



IF THE DEVICE TYPE NUMBER IS KNOWN 

Look up the number in the Index. Either the exact General Electric type or a suggested 
replacement type will be shown. The page number of the referenced Specification Sheet 
is also indicated, and going to that page will provide you detailed information. Listings 
are numeric-alpha, by column. 



IF THE GENERAL APPLICATION IS KNOWN 

Refer to the Selector Guide for an overview of devices available and select one or 
more types to fit your application. Then refer back to the Index to obtain the page 
number of the detailed Specification Sheets. 



201 - 297 



USE INDEX FOR EXACT PAGE NUMBER ( 298 - 544 



545 to END 



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GENERAL® ELECTRIC 



The information in this catalog has been carefully checked and is believed to be reliable. However, no responsibility is 
assumed for inaccuracies. The suggested replacements in this catalog represent what we believe to be the nearest GE 
equivalents for the products listed and in most instances are exact replacements. However, GE assumes no responsibility 
and does not guarantee that the replacements are exact, but only that the replacements will meet the terms of its 
applicable published written product warranties. The pertinent GE product specification sheets should be used as the 
key tool for actual replacements. 



Copyright © 1977 General Electric Company 

Semiconductor Products Department 

Electronics Park 

Syracuse, N.Y. 13201 

U.S.A. 




Semiconductor 
Data Ha 

Third Edition 




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The semiconductor devices and arrangements disclosed herein may be covered by patents of General Electric Company 
or others. Neither the disclosure of any information herein nor the sale of semiconductor devices by General Electric 
Company conveys any license under patent claims covering combinations of semiconductor devices with other devices 
or elements, tn the absence of an express, written agreement to the contrary. General Electric Company assumes no 
liability for patent infringement arising out of any use of the semiconductor devices with other devices or elements 
by any purchaser of semiconductor devices or others. 



PRINTED IN U.S.A. 



6 



CONTENTS 

PAGE INDEX & INTERCHANGEABLY INDEX (NUMERIC-ALPHA ORDER) 

SELECTOR GUIDES 

Silicon Signal Transistors „ 

Silicon Power Transistors .*~ 

Signal Diodes 

Tunnel Diodes 

121 

Unijunctions, Switches and Triggers 123 

Optoelectronics 19 

Rectifiers 130 

SCR ' S 137 

Heat Exchangers for Rectifiers and SCR's 1 51 

Assemblies, Modules and Stacks 152 

TriaCS 154 

GE-MOV™ Varistors 158 

Power Modules --_ 

163 

Subscretes™ , „_ 

1 65 

Military and Hi-Reliability Types 16 „ 

Hardware „„„ 

1 69 

Technical Publications .-.. 

Semiconductor Symbols 173 

GE-OEM Sales Offices nc 

175 

SPECIFICATION SHEETS (USE INDEX FOR EXACT PAGE) 

1N ' S 201 

2N ' S 298 

3N ' 4N ■ 516 

Industry Types g-c 



MANUFACTURER'S CODES 



AME — Amelco Semiconductors 

AM — American Micro Semiconductors 

AMD — Advanced Micro Devices 

APX — Amperex Electronic Corp. 

ATL — Atlantic Semiconductor, Inc. 

CL - Centra Lab 

CLA - Clarix 

CMI - CMI, Inc. 

Dl — Diodes, Inc. 

ECC — Electronics Component Corp. 

ECD - Unisem Corp. 

EDL — Edal Industries 

ED — Electronic Devices, Inc. 

ELN - Electro-Nuclear Labs 

ESM — Societe European De Semiconducteurs, France 

FER - Ferranti Ltd., England 

FSC — Fairchild Semiconductor 

Gl — General Instruments 

GSI — General Semiconductors, Inc. 

HEI - Hei, Inc. 

HP - Hewlett-Packard Co. 

HUN — Hunt Semiconductors 

HUT - Hutson Semiconductors 

IR — International Rectifier 

INT - Intel 

ITC — Industro Transistor Corp. 

KMC — KMC Semiconductor Corp. 

LIT — Litronix 

LUC — Lucas, England 

MAT — Matsushita, Japan 

MEH — Micro Electronics, Hong Kong 

MIC — Microsemiconductor Corp. 

MS - Micro State 

MIT — Mitsubishi, Japan 

MON - Monsanto Co. 

MOS - Mosek 

MOT — Motorola Semiconductor Products, Inc. 

MS — Micro Systems, Int. 

MST — MS Transistor Corp. 

NAT — National Electronics 

NEC — Nippon Electronic, Japan 



NSC — National Semiconductor Corp. 

OPC - Opcoa, Inc. 

OPT - Optron, Inc. 

PHF - Philco-Ford Corp. 

PIR — Pirgo Electronics, Inc. 

PLY - Plessy, Ltd. 

PPC — Power Physics 

PSI — Power Semiconductor, Inc. 

RAD — La Radiotechnique, France 

RAY - Raytheon Co. 

RCA — RCA/Electronics Components 

RC — Rectifier Components 

ST — Sarkes-Tarzian 

SK — Semicon, Inc. 

SM - Semteck Corp. 

SER — Servex Semiconductor Division, Australia 

SGS — Societa Generale Semiconductors, Italy 

SHW — Siemens, W. Germany 

SIG — Signetics 

SG — Silicon General 

SIL — Silicon Transistor Corp. 

SOD — Solitron Devices, Inc. 

SPE — Spectronics, Inc. 

SPR — Sperry Gyroscope Co. 

SPG — Sprague 

SSI — Solid State Products, Inc. 

STC — Silicon Transistor Corp. 

SYL — Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. 

SYN - Syntron 

TAG — Transistor AG, Switzerland 

TEC — Transitron Electronic Corp. 

Tl — Texas Instruments, Inc. 

TOS — Toshiba, Japan 

TRW — TRW Semiconductor Division 

TSC — Teledyne Semiconductors 

UNI — Unitrode Corp. 

UNS — Unisem, Inc. 

UPI — United Page, Inc. 

VAR - Varo, Inc. 

VAD — Varadyne 

WES — Westinghouse Electric Corp. 



The suggested replacements represent what we believe to be equivalents for the products listed. GE assumes 
no responsibility and does not guarantee that the replacements are exact, but only that the replacements will 
meet the terms of its applicable published written product warranties. The pertinent GE product specification 
sheets should be used as the key tool for actual replacements. 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



1000PK" 

101KL" 

101RA" 

101RC" 

10RC100A 

10RC10A 

10RC10AS24 

10RC120A 

10RC20A 

10RC20AS24 

10RC30A 

10RC30AS24 

10RC40A 

10RC40AS24 

10RC50A 

10RC50AS24 

10RC60A 

10RC60AS24 

10RC80A 

115PA" 

125PAIB" 

125PAM" 

140PAM" 

150K" 

151RB" 

151RC" 

16C025C 

16C050C 

16C10C 

16C15C 

16C20C 

16C25C 

16C30C 

16C40C 

16C50C 

16C60C 

16C70C 

16C80C 

16RC100A 

16RC10A 

16RC10AS24 

16RC120A 

16RC20A 

16RC20AS24 

16RC30A 

16RC30AS24 

16RC40A 

16RC40AS24 

16RC50A 

16RC50AS24 

16RC60A 

16RC60AS24 

16RC80A 

1714-0402 

1714-0405 

1714-0602 

1714-0605 

175PA" 

18RC10 

18RC15 

18RC20 

18RC25 

18RC2 

18RC30 

18RC40 

18RC50 

18RC5 

18RC60 

18RC70 

18RC80 

18RC90 

18RC100 

1N914 

1N914A 

1N914B 

1N916 

1N916A 

1N916B 

1N248A, RA 

1N248B, RB 

1N248C, RC 
1N248, R 
1N249A, RA 
1N249B, RB 
1N249C. RC 
1N249. R 
1N250A, RA 
1N250B, RB 
1N250C, RC 
1N250. R 



IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 



IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 

IR 
IR 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



SCR 

RECTIFIER 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 



IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IK 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IH 


RECTIFIER 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


SYN 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IH 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IH 


SCR 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


IH 


SCR 


IH 


SCR 


IK 


SCR 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 

SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C450/C451 

A177 

C180 

C180 

C137PX27 

C230AX243 

C37AX127 

C137PBX27 

C230BX243 

C37BX127 

C230CX243 

C37CX127 

C2300X243 

C37DX127 

C230EX243 

C37EX127 

C230MX243 

C37MX127 

C137NX27 

C350 



205 
205 
205 
205 
206 
205 
201 
201 

201 
201 
201 
201 
201 
201 
201 
201 
201 
201 



C137BX149 
C137HX149 
C137UX149 
C137CX149 
C137DX149 
C137EX149 
C137FX149 
C137MX149 
C137SX149 
C137NX149 

C137TX149 
C137PX149 



CF 

577 

842 

842 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
886 



C365 


906 


C365 


906 


C364 


906 


A180 


581 


C180 


842 


C180 


842 


2N681 


306 


2N682 


306 


2N683 


306 


2N684 


306 


2N685 


306 


2N686 


306 


2N687 


306 


2N688 


306 


2N689 


306 


2N690 


306 


2N691 


306 


2N692 


306 


2N5206 


463 


C230AX244 


CF 


C140A 


783 


2N5207 


463 


C230BX244 


CF 


C140B 


783 


C230CX244 


CF 


C140C 


783 


C230DX244 


CF 


C140D 


783 


C230EX244 


CF 


C139E20E 


775 


C230MX244 


CF 


C139M20M 


775 


2N5205 


463 


Q44C6 


1147 


D44C6 


1147 


D44C8 


1147 


D44C8 


1147 


:380 


912 


C137AX149 


CF 


C137GX149 


CF 



CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 

CF 
CF 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



1N1183A, RA 
1N1183.R 
1N1184A, RA 
1N1184.R 
1N1185A, RA 
IN1 185. R 
1N1186A, RA 
1N1186.R 
1N1187A, RA 
1N1187.R 

1N1188A, RA 

1N1188.R 

1N1189A, RA 

IN1 189. R 

1N1190A, RA 

1N1190.R 

1N1191,R,A.RA 

1N1192.RARA 

1N1193.RARA 

1N1194.RARA 



1N1195, 
1N1196, 
1N1197, 
IN1 198. 
1N1199, 
1N1200, 
1N1201, 
IN 1202. 
1N1203 
1N1204 



R.A.RA 
i.RARA 
R.A.RA 
R.A.RA 
R.A.RA 
R.A.RA 
R.A.RA 
R.A.RA 
R.A.RA 
R.A.RA 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 



1N1205.R.A.RA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1206.RARA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1341.R.A.RA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1342.R.A.RA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1343.RARA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1344.RARA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1345.RARA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1346.RARA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1347.R.A.RA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1348.RARA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


IN 1581. R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1582, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1583. R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1584, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1585, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1586, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1587, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1612R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1613R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1614 R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1615.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N1616R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N2154, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N2155, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N2156, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N2157, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N2158, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N2159, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N2160. R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3208, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3209, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3210, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3211.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3212, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3213, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3214, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3260.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3261.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3262.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3263.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3264.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3265.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3266, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3267, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3268, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3269, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3270, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3271, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3272, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3273, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3288.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3289.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3290, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3291, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3292.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3293, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3294.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3295, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3296, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


1N3670AR 


GE 


RECTIFIER 



209 
209 
209 
209 
209 
209 
209 
209 
209 
209 

209 

209 

209 

209 

209 

209 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

213 

213 

213 

213 

213 

213 

213 
213 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

221 

221 

221 

221 
221 
225 
225 
225 
225 
225 
225 
225 
230 

230 
230 
230 
230 
230 
230 
232 
232 
232 
232 

232 
232 
232 
232 
232 
232 
232 
232 
232 
232 

234 
234 
234 
234 
234 
234 
234 
234 
234 
213 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 











Suggested GE 












Suggested 


GE 










Replacement 










Replacement 


Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 


1N3671.AR 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


213 






1N4531 


GE SIG DIODE 


205 






1N3672.A. R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


213 






1N4532 


GE SIG DIODE 


262 






1N3673.A. R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


213 






1N4533 


GE SIG DIODE 


262 






1N3712 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


237 






1N4534 


GE SIG DIODE 


262 






1N3713 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


237 






1N4536 


GE SIG DIODE 


205 






1N3714 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


237 






1N4606 


GE SIG DIODE 


258 






1N3715 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


237 






1N4607 


GE SIG DIODE 


274 






1N3716 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


237 






1N4608 


GE SIG DIODE 


274 






1N3717 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


237 






1N4727 


GE SIG DIODE 


286 






1N3718 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


237 






1N4828 


GE RECTIFIER 


CF 






1N3719 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


237 






1N4829 


GE SIG DIODE 


266 






1N3720 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


237 






1N4830 


GE SIGOIODE 


266 






1N3721 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


237 






1N4863 


GE SIG DIODE 


288 






1N3735.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


241 






1N4864 


GE SIG DIODE 


288 






1N3736.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


241 






1N5059 


GE RECTIFIER 


290 






1N3738, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


241 






1N5060 


GE RECTIFIER 


290 






1N3739, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


241 






1N5061 


GE RECTIFIER 


290 






1N3740, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


241 






1N5062 


GE RECTIFIER 


290 






1N3741, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


241 






1N5179 


GE SIG DIODE 


266 






1N3742. R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


241 






1N5331, R 


GE RECTIFIER 


213 






1N3743, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


241 






1N5332. R 


GE RECTIFIER 


209 






1N3765, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


209 






1N5624 


GE RECTIFIER 


294 






1N3766, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


209 






1N5625 


GE RECTIFIER 


294 






1N3767, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


209 






1N5626 


GE RECTIFIER 


294 






1N3768, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


209 






1N5627 


GE RECTIFIER 


294 






1N3879.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


247 






201A 


WESY SCR 




2N682 


306 


1N3880.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


247 






201B 


WESY SCR 




2N683 


306 


1N3881.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


247 






201C 


WESY SCR 




2N684 


306 


1N3882.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


247 






2010 


WESY SCR 




2N685 


306 


1N3883.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


247 






201E 


WESY SCR 




2N686 


306 


1N3889.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


249 






201F 


WESY SCR 




2N687 


306 


1N3890.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


249 






201H 


WESY SCR 




2N688 


306 


1N3891.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


249 






201K 


WESY SCR 




2N689 


306 


1N3892.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


249 






201M 


WESY SCR 




2N690 


306 


1N3893.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


249 






201P 


WESY SCR 




2N691 


306 


1N3899.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


251 






201S 


WESY SCR 




2N692 


306 


1N3900.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


251 






201U 


WESY SCR 




2N681 


306 


1N3901.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


251 






201V 


WESY SCR 




C137TX27 


CF 


1N3902.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


251 






201Z 


WESY SCR 




C137PX27 


CF 


1N3903.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


251 






201ZB 


WESY SCR 




C137PAX27 


CF 


1N3909.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


253 






201ZD 


WESY SCR 




C137PBX27 


CF 


1N3910.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


253 






202A 


WESY SCR 




2N1843 


328 


1N391 1,R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


253 






202B 


WESY SCR 




2N1844 


328 


1N3912 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


253 






202C 


WESY SCR 




2N1845 


328 


1N3913.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


253 






202D 


WESY SCR 




2N1846 


328 


1N3987, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


CF 






202E 


WESY SCR 




2N1847 


328 


1N3988, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


CF 






202F 


WESY SCR 




2N1848 


328 


1N3989, R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


CF 






202H 


WESY SCR 




2N1849 


328 


1N3990. R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


CF 






202K 


WESY SCR 




2N1850 


328 


1N4044.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






202M 


WESY SCR 




C36M 


328 


1N4045.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






202P 


WESY SCR 




C36S 


328 


1N4046.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






202S 


WESY SCR 




C36N 


328 


1N4047.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






202U 


WESY SCR 




2N1842 


328 


1N4048.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






202V 


WESY SCR 




C137TX31 


CF 


1N4049.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






20 2Z 


WESY SCR 




C137PX31 


CF 


1N4050.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






202ZB 


WESY SCR 




C137PAX31 


CF 


1N4051.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






202ZD 


WESY SCR 




C137PBX31 


CF 


1N4052.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






203A 


WESY SCR 




2N1843A 


328 


1N4053.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






203B 


WESY SCR 




2N1844A 


328 


1N4054.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






203 C 


WESY SCR 




2N1845A 


328 


1N4055.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






203 D 


WESY SCR 




2N1846A 


328 


1N4056.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


255 






203 E 


WESY SCR 




2N1847A 


328 


1N409O 




TUNNEL DIO 


257 






203 F 


WESY SCR 




2N1848A 


328 


1N4148 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


205 






203 H 


WESY SCR 




2N1849A 


328 


1N4149 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


206 






203K 


WESY SCR 




2N1850A 


328 


1N4150 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


258 






203M 


WESY SCR 




C35M 


675 


1N4151 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


262 






203P 


WESY SCR 




C35S 


675 


1N4152 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


262 






203S 


WESY SCR 




C35N 


675 


1N4153 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


262 






203U 


WESY SCR 




2N1842A 


328 


1N4154 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


205 






203V 


WESY SCR 




C137TX31 


CF 


1N4156 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


266 






203Z 


WESY SCR 




C137PX31 


CF 


1N4157 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


266 






22RC10 


IR SCR 




C38A 


683 


1N4245 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


270 






22RC20 


IR SCR 




C38B 


683 


1N4247 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


270 






22RC30 


IR SCR 




C38C 


683 


1N4248 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


270 






22RC40 


IR SCR 




C38D 


683 


1N4249 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


270 






22RC50 


IR SCR 




C38E 


683 


1N4305 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


229 






22RC60 


IR SCR 




C137MX63 


CF 


1N4444 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


272 






23C100B 


SYN SCR 




C137P 


771 


1N4446 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


205 






23C110B 


SYN SCR 




C137PA 


771 


1N4447 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


205 






23C120B 


SYN SCR 




C137PB 


771 


1N4448 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


205 






23C50B 


SYN SCR 




C137E 


771 


1N4449 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


205 






23C60B 


SYN SCR 




C137M 


771 


1N4450 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


258 






23C70B 


SYN SCR 




C137S 


771 


1N4451 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


274 






23C80B 


SYN SCR 




C137N 


771 


1N4453 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


266 






23C90B 


SYN SCR 




C137T 


771 


1N4454 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


262 






240PAM" 


IR SCR 




C386 


921 


1N4510.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


278 






250PAC" 


IR SCR 




C380X500 


917 


1N4511.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


278 






250PAM" 


IR SCR 




C438 


CF 


1N4529.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


282 






250PA" 


IR SCR 




C430 


CF 


1N4530.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


282 






251UL" 


IR RECTIFIER 




A197 

. 


588 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



Type 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



2853 

2853-2 

2853-3 

2854-1 

2854-2 

2854-3 

2855-1 

2855-2 

2855-3 

2856-1 

2856-2 

2856-3 

2N489 

2N489A 

2N489B 

2N490 

2N490A 

2N490B 

2N490C 

2N490C 

2N681 
2N681 
2N682 
2N682 
2N683 
2N683 
2N684 
2N684 
2N685 
2N685 

2N686 
2N686 
2N687 
2N687 
2N688 
2N688 
2N689 
2N689 
2N690 
2N690 

2N690A 

2N691 

2N691 

2N692 

2N692 

2N696A 

2N697 

2N697A 

2N877 

2N878 

2N879 

2N880 

2N881 

2N885 

2N886 

2N887 

2N888 

2N889 

2N929 

2N930 

2N1047 
2N1049 
2N1050 
2N1067 
2N1068 
2N1069 
2N1070 
2N1084 
2N1092 
2N1206 

2N122 

2N1335 

2N1336 

2N1337 

2N1338 

2N1339 

2N1340 

2N1341 

2N1342 

2N1409 

2N1410A 

2N1445 

2N1470 

2N1479 

2N1480 

2N1481 

2N1482 

2N1483 

2N1484 

2N1485 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 



GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GF 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GF 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GF 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 




SIG TRAN 




SIG TRAN 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



298 
298 
298 
298 
298 
298 
304 
304 

306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 

306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 

306 
306 
306 
306 
306 



310 
310 

310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
310 



D42C6 
D44C6 
D42C6 
D42C6 
D44C6 
D42C6 
D42C6 
D44C6 
D42C6 
D42C6 

D44C6 
D42C6 



D40E5 
D40E5 
D40E5 



GES929 

GES930 

D44C7 

D44C8 

044R1 

D40E1 

040E1 

D44C6 

D44C8 

D43C5 

D42C1 

D40E5 

D40P1 
D44R1 
044R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D40E1 

D40E1 
D44R1 
D44C8 
D40E5 
D40E7 
D40E5 
D40E7 
D44C5 
D44C8 
D44C5 



1135 
1147 
1135 
1135 
1147 
1135 
1135 
1147 
1135 
1135 

1147 
1135 



1109 
1109 
1109 



1191 
1191 

1147 
1147 
1159 
1109 
1109 
1147 
1147 
1143 
1135 
1109 

1121 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1109 

1109 
1159 
1147 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1147 
1147 
1147 



CF = CONTACT FACTORY 



Type 



2N1486 

2N1505 

2N1506 

2N1506A 

2N1595 

2N1595A 

2N1596 

2N1596A 

2N1597 

2N1597A 

2N1598 

2N1598A 

2N1599 

2N1599A 

2N1600 

2N1601 

2N1602 

2N1603 

2N1604 

2N1613A 

2N16138 

2N1671 

2N1671A 

2N1671B 

2N1671C 

2N1691 

2N1700 

2N1701 

2N1709 

2N1710 

2N1714 
2N1715 
2N1716 
2N1717 
2N1718 
2N1719 
2N1720 
2N1721 
2N1722 
2N1723 

2N1725 

2N1768 

2N1769 

2N1770 

2N1770A 

2N1771 

2N1771A 

2N1772 

2N1772A 

2N1773 

2N1773A 

2N1774 

2N1774A 

2N1775 

2N1775A 

2N1776 

2N1776A 

2N1777 

2N1777A 

2N1778 

2N1792 
2N1793 
2N1794 
2N1795 
2N1796 
2N1797 
2N1798- 
2N1837 
2N1838 
2N1839 

2N1840 

2N1842 

2N1842A 

2N1842B 

2N1843 

2N1843A 

2N1843B 

2N1844 

2N1844A 

2N1844B 

2N1845 

2N1845A 

2N1845B 

2N1846 

2N1846A 

2N1846B 

2N1847 

2N1847A 

2N1847B 

2N1848 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 





PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 



SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

PRW TRAN 

PRWTRAN 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



314 
314 
314 
314 
314 
314 

314 
314 
314 
314 
322 
322 
322 
322 
322 



318 
318 
318 
318 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



D44C8 
D40E5 
040E5 
040E7 



322 
663 
322 
663 
322 
663 
322 

663 
322 
663 
322 
663 
322 
663 
322 
663 
322 

707 
707 
707 
707 
707 
707 
707 



328 
328 
675 
328 
328 
675 
328 
328 
675 

328 
328 
675 
328 
328 
675 
328 
328 
675 
328 



040E5 



D40P1 
D40E5 
044C4 
D42C7 
D42C4 

040E5 

D44R1 

D40E5 

D44R1 

D40E5 

D42R1 

D44C8 

D42R1 

D44H10 

D44H11 

D44H11 

044C6 

D44C8 



D40E5 
D40E5 
D40E5 

D40E1 



1147 
1109 
1109 
1109 



1109 
1109 



1121 
1109 
1147 
1135 
1135 

1109 
1159 
1109 
1159 
1109 
1139 
1147 
1139 
1155 
1155 

1155 
1147 
1147 



1109 
1109 
1109 

1109 













Suggested 


GE 












Suggested 


GE 












Replacement 










Replacement 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




2N1848A 


GE 


SCR 


328 






2N2270 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N1848B 


GE 


SCR 


675 








2N2297 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1 109 




2N1849 


GE 


SCR 


328 








2N2322 


GE 


SCR 


653 








2N1849A 


GE 


SCR 


328 








2N2322A 


GE 


SCR 


653 






»•;;;; 


2N1849B 


GE 


SCR 


675 








2N2323 


GE 


SCR 


653 






•••!!• 


2N1850 


GE 


SCR 


328 








2N2323A 


GE 


SCR 


653 






:::::: 


2N1850A 


GE 


SCR 


328 








2N2324 


GE 


SCR 


653 






;;;;;; 


2N1850B 


GE 


SCR 


675 








2N2324A 


GE 


SCR 


653 






•••••• 


2N1886 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 


1147 




2N2325 


GE 


SCR 


653 






:::::: 


2N1889 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2325A 


GE 


SCR 


653 






:::::: 


2N1890 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2326 


GE 


SCR 


653 






iiini 


2N1909 


GE 


SCR 


707 








2N2326A 


GE 


SCR 


653 






:••*:: 


2N1910 


GE 


SCR 


707 








2N2327 


GE 


SCR 


653 






;•••;; 


2N1911 


GE 


SCR 


707 








2N2327A 


GE 


SCR 


653 






:::::: 


2N1912 


GE 


SCR 


707 








2N2328 


GE 


SCR 


653 






;::::: 


2N1913 


GE 


SCR 


707 








2N2328A 


GE 


SCR 


653 






;••;;; 


2N1914 


GE 


SCR 


707 








2N2329 


GE 


SCR 


653 






;;;;;; 


2N1915 


GE 


SCR 


707 








2N2330 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 


!"!!! 


2N1916 


GE 


SCR 


707 








2N2339 




PWR TRAN 




D44C4 


1147 


Hi::: 


2N1943 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2344 


GE 


SCR 


333 






**!!!! 


2N1958 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2345 


GE 


SCR 


333 






;««; 


2N1958A 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2346 


GE 


SCR 


333 






:::::: 


2N1959 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2347 


GE 


SCR 


333 






s::s:: 


2N1959A 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2348 


GE 


SCR 


333 








2N1972 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2410 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 


:::•!• 


2N1973 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2443 




PWR TRAN 




D44R1 


1159 


llllll 


2N1974 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2483 




SIG TRAN 




GES2483 


1199 




2N1975 




PWR TRAN 




D40N1 


1117 




2N2537 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 


:::::: 


2N1986 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 




2N2538 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 


mi" 


2N1987 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 




2N2573 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N1990 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2574 


GE 


SCR 


874 






Willi 


2N2008 




PWR TRAN 




D40N1 


1117 




2N2575 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N2017 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2576 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N2018 




PWR TRAN 




D44Q1 


1157 




2N2577 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N2019 




PWR TRAN 




D44Q3 


1157 




2N2578 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N2020 




PWR TRAN 




D44Q1 


1157 




2N2579 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N2021 




PWR TRAN 




D44Q3 


1157 




2N2594 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 




2N2023 


GE 


SCR 


712 








2N2619 


GE 


SCR 


322 








2N2024 


GE 


SCR 


712 








2N2632 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 


1147 




2N2025 


GE 


SCR 


712 








2N2646 


GE 


UJT TRAN 


337 








2N2026 


GE 


SCR 


712 








2N2647 


GE 


UJT TRAN 


337 








2N2027 


GE 


SCR 


712 








2N2653 


GE 


SCR 


671 




CF 




2N2028 


GE 


SCR 


712 








2N2657 




PWR TRAN 




D42C7 


1135 




2N2029 


GE 


SCR 


712 








2N2699 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


1135 




2N2030 


GE 


SCR 


712 








2N2711 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


341 








2N2033 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


1135 




2N2712 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


341 








2N2034 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


1135 




2N2713 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


343 








2N2035 




PWR TRAN 




044C7 


1147 




2N2714 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


343 








2N2036 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 


1147 




2N2723 




PWR TRAN 




D40C7 


1101 




2N2038 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2724 




PWR TRAN 




D40C7 


1101 




2N2039 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2787 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2040 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2788 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2041 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2828 




PWR TRAN 




D44C5 


1147 




2N2049 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2829 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 


1147 




2 N 2060 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2840 


GE 


UJT TRAN 


348 








2N2060A 




PWR TRAN 




340E7 


1109 




2N2846 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2102 




PWR TRAN 




D42R3 


1139 




2N2848 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2102A 




PWR TRAN 




D42R3 


1139 




2N2853-1 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 


1135 




2N2108 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2854-1 




PWR TRAN 




D42C3 


1135 




2N2150 




PWR TRAN 




D44Q1 


1157 




2N2855-1 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 


1135 




2N2151 




PWR TRAN 




D44Q1 


1157 




2N2856-1 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 


1135 




2N2160 


GE 


SCR 


332 








2N2863 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2162 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 




2N2864 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2163 




PWR TRAN 




340E1 


1109 




2N2868 




PWR TRAN 




D40D 


1105 




2N2185 




PWR TRAN 




D41E1 


1129 




2N2875 




PWR TRAN 




D45C8 


1163 




2N2186 




PWR TRAN 




D41E1 


1129 




2N2876 




PWR TRAN 




D42C7 


1135 




2N2187 




PWR TRAN 




D41E1 


1129 




2N2877 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 


1147 




2N2192 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2878 




PWR TRAN 




D44C6 


1147 




2N2192A 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2883 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2192B 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2884 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2193 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2888 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N2193A 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2889 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N2193B 




PWR TRAN 




340E7 


1109 




2N2906 




SIG TRAN 




GES2906 


1201 




2N2194 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2907 




SIG TRAN 




GES2907 


1203 




2N2194A 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2923 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


350 








2N2194B 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N2924 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


350 








2N2197 




PWR TRAN 




344C7 


1147 




2N2925 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


350 








2N2198 




PWR TRAN 




340E5 


1109 




2N2926 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


351 








2N2217 




PWR TRAN 




340E5 


1109 




2N2927 




PWR TRAN 




D41E5 


1129 




2N2218 




PWR TRAN 




340E5 


1109 




2N2941 




PWR TRAN 




D44R1 


1159 




2N2218A 




PWR TRAN 




340E7 


1109 




2N2947 




PWR TRAN 




D44C7 


1147 




2N2219 




PWR TRAN 




340E5 


1109 




2N2948 




PWR TRAN 




D44C4 


1147 




2N2220 




PWR TRAN 




340E5 


1109 




2N2949 




PWR TRAN 




M0E5 


1109 




2N2221 




SIG TRAN 




3ES2221 


1195 




2N2950 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2221 




PWR TRAN 




340E5 


1109 




2N3015 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N2221A 




SIG TRAN 




3ES2221A 


1197 




2N3016 




PWR TRAN 




D40D7 


1105 




2N2222 




SIG TRAN 




3ES2222 


1195 




2N3017 




PWR TRAN 




D40D7 


1105 




2N2222 




PWR TRAN 




340E5 


1109 




2N3021 




PWR TRAN 




D45C5 


1163 




2N2222A 




SIG TRAN 




3ES2222A 


1197 




2N3022 




PWR TRAN 




D45C2 


1163 




2N2239 




PWR TRAN 




340E5 


1109 




2N3023 




PWR TRAN 




D45C6 


1163 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



10 











Suggested 


GE 












Suggested 


GE 












Replacement 












Replacement 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


— — — — ^— ^— — 

Prod. Line 




Page 


Type 


Page 




2N3024 
2N3025 
2N3026 
2N3053 




PWR TRAN 




045C8 


1163 


2N3569 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 






PWR TRAN 




D45C6 


1163 




2N3583 




PWR TRAN 




D44R2 


1159 






PWR TRAN 




D45C8 


1163 




2N3584 




PWR TRAN 




D44R2 


1159 






PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N3585 




PWR TRAN 




D44R4 


1159 




2N3053 

2N3054 

2N3072 

2N3091-96 

2N3107 

2N3108 




SIG TRAN 




GES3053 


CF 




2N3590 




PWR TRAN 




D44R2 


1159 






PWR TRAN 




D44C8 


1147 




2N3591 




PWR TRAN 




D44R1 


1159 


mm 




PWR TRAN 






CF 




2N3592 




PWR TRAN 




D44R2 


1159 


mm 


IR 


SCR 




C50 


707 




2N3593 




PWR TRAN 




D44R1 


1159 






PWR TRAN 






CF 




2N3594 




PWR TRAN 




D44R2 


1159 


:::::: 




PWR TRAN 






CF 




2N3619 




PWR TRAN 




D42C6 


1135 


:::::: 


2N3109 
2N3110 




PWR TRAN 






CF 




2N3620 




PWR TRAN 




D42C2 


1135 






PWR TRAN 






CF 




2N3621 




PWR TRAN 




D44C6 


1147 


::::£• 


2N31 14 




PWR TRAN 




D44R1 


1159 




2N3622 




PWR TRAN 




D44C6 


1147 


:::::: 


2N31 18 




PWR TRAN 




040E7 


1109 




2N3623 




PWR TRAN 




D42C6 


1135 


;;;•;• 


2N3119 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N3624 




PWR TRAN 




042C6 


1135 


mm 


2N3120 




PWR TRAN 




D41E5 


1129 




2N3625 




PWR TRAN 




D44C6 


1147 


:::::: 


2N3121 




PWR TRAN 




D41E5 


1129 




2N3626 




PWR TRAN 




D44C6 


1147 


••Hi: 


2N3122 




PWR TRAN 




040E1 


1109 




2N3627 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


1135 


:::::: 


2N3138 




PWR TRAN 




D44C7 


1147 




2N3628 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


1135 


:::::: 


2N3140 




PWR TRAN 




D44C7 


1147 




2N3629 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 


1147 


:':':::: 


2N3142 




PWR TRAN 




D44C7 


1147 




2N3630 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 


1147 


:::::: 


2N3144 




PWR TRAN 




D44C7 


1147 




2N3632 




PWR TRAN 




D44C5 


1147 


!"••• 


2N3199 




PWR TRAN 




D45C5 


1163 




2N3633 




PWR TRAN 




D44C5 


1147 


::s:h 


2N3200 




PWR TRAN 




D45C8 


1163 




2N3638 




SIG TRAN 




MPS3638 


CF 


;;•;:• 


2N3205 




PWR TRAN 




D45C4 


1163 




2N3638A 




SIG TRAN 




MPS3638A 


CF 


:£:::: 


2N3206 




PWR TRAN 




D45C7 


1163 




2N3649 


GE 


SCR 


783 






""!: 


2N3226 




PWR TRAN 




D44C5 


1147 




2N3649 


GE 


SCR 


783 






:::::: 


2N3228 


GE 


SCR 


747 








2N3650 


GE 


SCR 


783 






•"!!! 


2N3229 




PWR TRAN 




D42C7 


1135 




2N3650 


GE 


SCR 


783 






:::::: 


2N3244 




PWR TRAN 




D41E1 


1129 




2N3651 


GE 


SCR 


783 






:::::: 


2N3245 




PWR TRAN 




D41E5 


1129 




2N3651 


GE 


SCR 


783 






:::::: 


2N3252 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N3652 


GE 


SCR 


783 






:::::: 


2N3253 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N3652 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3269 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3653 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3270 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3653 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3271 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3654 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3272 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3654 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3295 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N3655 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3296 




PWR TRAN 










2N3655 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3297 




PWR TRAN 




D44C4 






2N3656 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3298 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 




2N3656 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3299 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 




2N3657 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3300 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 




2N3657 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3309 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N3658 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3326 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N3658 


GE 


SCR 


783 








2N3375 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N3659 




PWR TRAN 




D44R1 


159 




2N3390 
2N3391 
2N3391A 


GE 
GE 
GE 


SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 


353 
354 
354 








2N3660 
2N3661 
2N3662 


GE 


PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
SIG TRAN 


365 


D43C3 
D43C8 


143 
143 




2N3392 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


356 








2N3663 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


365 








2N3393 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


356 








2N3668 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N3394 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


356 








2N3669 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N3395 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


359 








2N3670 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N3396 


GE SIG TRAN 


359 








2N3675 




=WR TRAN 




D42C7 


135 




2N3397 


GE SIG TRAN 


359 








2N3678 




5 WR TRAN 




D41E7 


129 




2N3398 
2N3402 
2N3403 


GE SIG TRAN 
GE SIG TRAN 
GE SIG TRAN 


359 
361 
361 








2N3702 
2N3703 
2N3704 




SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 




MPS3702 
MPS3703 
MPS3704 


360 
360 
.163 




2N3404 
2N3405 


GE SIG TRAN 
GE SIG TRAN 


361 
361 








2N3705 
2N3706 


SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 




MPS3705 1363 
MPS3706 1363 




2N3414 


GE SIG TRAN 


361 








2N3712 




>WR TRAN 




D44R1 1159 




2N3415 


GE SIG TRAN 


361 








2N3719 




»WR TRAN 




D43C6 1143 




2N3416 


GE SIG TRAN 


361 








2N3720 


PWR TRAN 




D43C8 1143 




2N3417 


GE SIG TRAN 


361 








2N3721 


GE SIG TRAN 


369 








2N3418 


PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


135 




2N3722 


PWR TRAN 




D41E7 1129 




2N3420 


PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


135 




2N3724 


PWR TRAN 




D41E1 1129 




2N343A 


PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


109 




2N3724A 


PWR TRAN 




041E1 1129 




2N3440 


PWR TRAN 




D44R2 


159 




2N3725 


PWR TRAN 




040E7 1109 




2N3444 


PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


109 




2N3725A 


PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




2N3464 


PWR TRAN 




D42C4 


135 




2N3734 


PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1109 




2N3467 


PWR TRAN 




D41E5 


129 




2N3735 


PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1 109 




2N3468 


PWR TRAN 




D41E7 


129 




2N3738 


PWR TRAN 




D42R1 1139 




2N3469 


PWR TRAN 




D42C3 


135 




2N3739 


PWR TRAN 




D42R2 1139 




2N3485 


PWR TRAN 




D41E5 


129 




2N3740 


PWR TRAN 




D45C7 1163 




2N3486 


PWR TRAN 




D41E5 


129 




2N3740A 


PWR TRAN 




D45C7 1163 




2N3500 


PWR TRAN 




D44R2 1159 




2N3742 


PWR TRAN 




D40N3 1117 




2N3506 


PWR TRAN 




D42C6 1135 




2N3744 


PWR TRAN 




D44C5 1147 




2N3507 


PWR TRAN 




D42C6 


135 




2N3745 


PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




2N3512 


PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


109 




2N3747 


PWR TRAN 




Q44C6 1147 




2N3525 


GE SCR 


747 








2N3748 


PWR TRAN 




044C8 1147 




2N3526 


PWR TRAN 




D42R1 1139 




2N3753 


GE SCR 


CF 








2N3528 


GE SCR 


747 








2N3754 


GE SCR 


CF 








2N3529 


GE SCR 


747 








2N3755 


GE SCR 


CF 








2N3553 


PWR TRAN 




D42C7 1135 




2N3756 


GE SCR 


CF 








2N3554 


PWR TRAN 




D42C7 1135 




2N3757 


GE SCR 


CF 








2N3565 


SIG TRAN 




3ES3565 






2N3758 


GE SCR 


CF 








2N3566 


SIG TRAN 




3ES3566 






2N3759 


GE SCR 


CF 








2N3567 


SIG TRAN 




GES3567 






2N3760 


GE SCR 


CF 








2N3568 


SIG TRAN 




3ES3568 






2N3761 


GE SCR 


CF 








2N3S69 


SIG TRAN 




3ES3569 






2N3762 


PWR TRAN 




D43C6 1143 





11 













Suggested GE 












Suggested 


GE 












Replacement 












Replacement 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




2N3763 




PWR TRAN 




D43C8 1143 


2N4127 




PWR TRAN 




D44C5 


1147 




2N3766 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




2N4128 




PWR TRAN 




044C4 


1147 




2N3818 




PWR TRAN 




D44C7 1147 




2N4152 


GE 


SCR 


862 






::::::: 


2N3829 




PWR TRAN 




D41E1 1129 




2N4153 


GE 


SCR 


862 






!:■:::: 


2N3830 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




2N4154 


GE 


SCR 


862 






[«;«; 


2N3831 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1109 




2N4155 


GE 


SCR 


862 






;:::::: 


2N3843 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


370 






2N4156 


GE 


SCR 


862 






[•••••; 


2N3843A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


370 






2N4157 


GE 


SCR 


862 






!::££:: 


2N3844 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


370 






2N4158 


GE 


SCR 


862 








2N3844A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


370 






2N4159 


GE 


SCR 


862 






::::::: 


2N3845 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


370 






2N4160 


GE 


SCR 


862 






::::::: 


2N3845A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


370 






2N4161 


GE 


SCR 


862 






!S!!"S 


2N3852 




PWR TRAN 




D42C6 1135 




2N4162 


GE 


SCR 


862 






llllili 


2N3853 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 1135 




2N4163 


GE 


SCR 


862 






;;;;;;; 


2N38S4 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


374 






2N4164 


GE 


SCR 


862 






t'SSSSS 


2N3854A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


374 






2N4165 


GE 


SCR 


862 






!:::::: 


2N3855 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


374 






2N4166 


GE 


SCR 


862 






;;;;;;; 


2N3855A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


374 






2N4167 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






>•*!••• 


2N3856 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


374 






2N4168 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






::::::: 


2N3856A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


374 






2N4169 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3858 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


382 






2N4170 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






|:;:::i 


2N3858A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


387 






2N4171 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






!■•••■■ 


2N3859 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


382 






2N4172 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






::::::: 


2N3859A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


387 






2N4173 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






£:::::: 


2N3860 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


382 






2N4174 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






!*••••• 


2N3867 




PWR TRAN 




D43C6 1143 




2N4175 


GE 


SCR 


862 






::::::: 


2N3868 




PWR TRAN 




D43C8 1143 




2N4176 


GE 


SCR 


862 








2N3870 


GE 


SCR 


874 






2N4177 


GE 


SCR 


862 






'•!•••* 


2N3871 


GE 


SCR 


874 






2N4178 


GE 


SCR 


862 






I:::::: 


2N3872 


GE 


SCR 


874 






2N4179 


GE 


SCR 


862 






::::::: 


2N3873 


GE 


SCR 


874 






2N4180 


GE 


SCR 


862 






is::::: 


2N3877 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


391 






2N4181 


GE 


SCR 


862 









2N3877A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


391 






2N4182 


GE 


SCR 


862 








2N3878 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




2N4183 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3896 


GE 


SCR 


874 






2N4184 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3897 


GE 


SCR 


874 






2N4185 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3898 


GE 


SCR 


874 






2N4186 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3899 


GE 


SCR 


874 






2N4187 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3900 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


393 






2N4188 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3900A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


393 






2N4189 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3901 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


395 






2N4190 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3903 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


397 






2N4191 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3904 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


397 






2N4192 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3905 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


401 






2N4193 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3906 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


401 






2N4194 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3916 




PWR TRAN 




D44R2 1159 




2N4195 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3917 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




2N4196 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3918 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




2N4197 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3919 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 1135 




2N4198 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N3923 




PWR TRAN 




D44R1 1159 




2N4226 




PWR TRAN 




D42C6 


1135 




2N3924 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 1109 




2N4226 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


1135 




2N3925 




PWR TRAN 




D42C1 1135 




2N4231 




PWR TRAN 




D44C6 


1147 




2N3926 




PWR TRAN 




040E1 1109 




2N4232 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 


1147 




2N3927 




PWR TRAN 




D44C1 1147 




2N4234 




PWR TRAN 




D41E1 


1129 




2N3936 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






2N4235 




PWR TRAN 




041E5 


1129 




2N3937 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






2N4236 




PWR TRAN 




041E7 


1129 




2N3938 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






2N4237 




PWR TRAN 




040D 


1105 




2N3939 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






2N4238 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 




2N3940 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






2N4240 




PWR TRAN 




D44R4 


1159 




2N3945 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1 109 




2N4248 




SIG TRAN 




GES4248 


CF 




2N3948 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 1109 




2N4256 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


413 








2N3961 




PWR TRAN 




D42C4 1135 




2N4271 




PWR TRAN 




D44R1 


1159 




2N4012 




PWR TRAN 




040E5 1109 




2N4296 




PWR TRAN 




D44R2 


1159 




2N4026 




PWR TRAN 




D41E5 1129 




2N4297 




PWR TRAN 




D44R2 


1159 




2N4027 




PWR TRAN 




D41E7 1129 




2N4307 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


1135 




2N4028 




PWR TRAN 




D41E5 1129 




2N4308 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


1135 




2N4029 




PWR TRAN 




D41E7 1129 




2N4311 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 


1135 




2N4030 




PWR TRAN 




D41E5 1129 




2N4312 




PWR TRAN 




042C8 


1135 




2N4032 




PWR TRAN 




D41E5 1129 




2N4314 




PWR TRAN 




D41E7 


1129 




2N4036 




PWR TRAN 




D41E7 1129 




2N4316 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N4037 




PWR TRAN 




D41E5 1129 




2N4317 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N4040 




PWR TRAN 




D42C4 1135 




2N4318 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








2N4041 




PWR TRAN 




D42C4 1135 




2N4349 




PWR TRAN 




D40E1 


1109 




2N4046 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1109 




2N4350 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N4047 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




2N4387 




PWR TRAN 




D45C5 


1163 




2N4047 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




2N4388 




PWR TRAN 




045C8 


1163 




2N4054 




PWR TRAN 




D40N3 1117 




2N4400 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


415 








2N4055 




PWR TRAN 




D40N1 1117 




2N4401 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


415 








2N4056 




PWR TRAN 




D40N1 1117 




2N4402 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


418 








2N4057 




PWR TRAN 




D40N1 1117 




2N4403 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


418 








2N4064 




PWR TRAN 




D44R2 1159 




2N4409 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


421 








2N4069 




PWR TRAN 




D44R2 1159 




2N4410 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


421 








2N4073 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




2N4424 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


423 








2N4101 


GE 


SCR 


747 


CF 




2N4425 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


423 








2N4103 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






2N4428 




PWR TRAN 




D42C2 


1135 




2N4111 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




2N4429 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N4123 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


405 






2N4430 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 


1109 




2N4124 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


405 






2N4440 




PWR TRAN 




040E5 


1109 




2N4125 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


409 






2N4441 


GE 


SCR 


747 








2N4126 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


409 






2N4442 


GE 


SCR 


747 







CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



12 













Suggested 


GE 












Suggested 


GE 














Replacement 












Replacement 






Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 






2N4443 
2N4444 
2N4877 
2N4890 
2N4898 
2N4899 
2N4910 
2N4911 
2N4918 
2N4919 


GE 
GE 


SCR 
SCR 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 


747 
862 


D42C7 
D41E5 
D45C5 
D45C8 
D44C5 


1135 
1129 
1163 
1163 
1147 


2N5219 
2N5220 
2N5221 
2N5223 
2N5225 
2N5226 
2N5227 


GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 


SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 


467 
468 
469 
470 
471 
472 
473 






••;;•; 






PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




D44C8 
D45C5 


1147 
1163 




2N5232 
2N5232A 


GE 
GE 


SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 


474 
474 






•::::: 






PWR TRAN 




D45C8 


1163 




2N5249 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


476 






JJJII! 




2N491 

2N491A 

2N491B 

2N4920 

2N4921 

2N4922 

2N4923 

2N4924 

2N4925 

2N4926 


GE 
GE 
GE 


UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 


298 
298 
298 


D45C11 

D44C4 

D44C7 

D44C10 

D40N1 


1163 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1117 




2N5249A 

2N5252 

2N5253 

2N5262 

2N5279 

2N5293 

2N5294 

2N5295 


GE 


SIG TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 


476 


D44R3 

D44R4 

D42C7 

D44R4 

D44C10 

D44C10 

D44C8 


1159 
1159 
1135 
1159 
1147 
1147 
1147 


iiiiii 






PWR TRAN 




D44R2 


1159 




2N5296 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 


1147 


:::::! 






PWR TRAN 




D40N1 


1117 




2N5297 




PWR TRAN 




D44C12 


1147 


:::*•! 




2N4927 

2N492 

2N492A 


GE 
GE 


PWR TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 


298 
298 


D40N1 


1117 




2N5298 
2N5305 
2N5306 


GE 
GE 


PWR TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 


476 
476 


D44C12 


1147 


I::::: 




2N492B 


GE 


UJT TRAN 


298 








2N5306A 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


476 






:::::! 




2N492C 
2N492C 


GE 
GE 


UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 


304 
304 








2N5307 
2N5308 


GE 
GE 


SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 


482 
482 






{::::; 




2N493 
2N493A 


GE 
GE 


UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 


298 
298 








2N5308A 
2N5309 


GE 
GE 


SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 


482 
486 






iiijjj 




2N493B 


GE 


UJT TRAN 


298 








2N5310 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


486 






••**•! 




2N494 


GE 


UJT TRAN 


298 








2N5321 




PWR TRAN 




D42C7 


1135 


:::::; 




2N494A 
2N494B 
2N494C 
2N494C 


GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 


UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 


298 
298 
304 
304 








2N5322 
2N5323 
2N5334 
2N5344 




PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




D42C8 
D43C7 
D42C7 
D44R1 


1135 
1143 
1135 
1159 


:::::: 




2N4976 
2N4983 


GE 


PWR TRAN 
SWITCH 


427 


D40E1 


1109 




2N5345 
2N5354 


GE 


PWR TRAN 
SIG TRAN 


490 


044R3 


1159 






2N4984 


GE 


SWITCH 


431 








2N5355 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


490 










2N4985 


GE 


SWITCH 


431 








2N5356 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


490 










2N4986 


GE 


SWITCH 


427 








2N5365 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


498 










2N4987 


GE 


SWITCH 


435 








2N5366 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


498 










2N4988 


GE 


SWITCH 


439 








2N5367 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


498 










2N4989 
2N4990 
2N4991 
2N4992 
2N4993 
2N5022 
2N5023 


GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 


SWITCH 
SWITCH 
SWITCH 
SWITCH 


439 
435 
443 
447 








2N5368 
2N5369 
2N5370 
2N5371 


GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 


SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 




GES5368 
GES5369 
GES5370 
GES5371 


1209 
1209 
1209 
1209 






GE 


SWITCH 
PWR TRAN 


451 


D41E7 


1129 




2N5372 
2N5373 


GE 
GE 


SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 




GES5372 
GES5373 


1211 
121 1 








PWR TRAN 




D41E1 


1129 




2N5374 


GE 


SIG TRAN 




GES5374 


121 1 






2N5034 
2N5035 




PWR TRAN 




D44H4 


1155 




2N5375 


GE 


SIG TRAN 




GES5375 


121 1 








PWR TRAN 




D44H4 


1155 




2N5380 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


GES5380 








2N5036 




PWR TRAN 




D44H8 


1155 




2N5381 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


GES5381 








2N5037 
2N5058 




PWR TRAN 




D44H8 


1155 




2N5382 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


GES5382 










PWR TRAN 




D44R2 


1159 




2N5383 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


GES5383 








2N5059 




PWR TRAN 




D44R4 


1159 




2N5418 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


506 










2N5060 
2N5061 


GE 


SCR 


455 








2N5419 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


506 










GE 


SCR 


455 








2N5420 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


506 










2N5062 
2N5063 
2N5064 
2N5079 


GE 
GE 
GE 


SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
3 WR TRAN 


455 
455 
455 


D40E5 


1109 




2N5421 
2N5422 
2N5423 
2N5424 




PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




D40E1 
D40E1 
D42C1 
D44C1 


109 
109 
135 
147 






2N5080 
2N5088 
2N5089 


PWR TRAN 
GE SIG TRAN 
GE SIG TRAN 


457 
457 


D40E5 


1109 




2N5427 
2N5428 
2N544I 


GE 


PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
FRIAC 


1393 


D44H10 
D44H11 


155 
156 






2N5112 




'WR TRAN 




D45C4 


163 




2N5442 


GE 


rRIAC 


1393 










2N5160 




>WR TRAN 




D41E5 


129 




2N5443 


GE 


rRIAC 


1393 










2N5161 
2N5164 


PWR TRAN 
GE SCR 


CF 


D45C5 


163 




2N5444 
2N5445 


GE 
GE 


TRIAC 
fRIAC 


1393 
1393 










2N5165 


GE SCR 


CF 








2N5446 


GE TRIAC 


1393 










2N5166 
2N5167 


GE SCR 
GE SCR 


CF 
CF 








2N5447 
2N5448 




SIG TRAN 
5IG TRAN 




GES5447 1213 
GES5448 1213 






2N5168 
2N5169 
2N5170 
2N5171 
2N5172 


GE SCR 
GE SCR 
GE SCR 
GE SCR 
GE SIG TRAN 


CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
461 








2N5449 
2N5450 
2N5451 
2N5470 
2N5471 


SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




GES5449 1215 
GES5450 1215 
GES5451 1215 
D40E7 1109 
D40E1 1109 






2N5174 
2N5175 


GE SIG TRAN 
GE SIG TRAN 


462 
462 








2N5483 
2N5489 


PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




D44C1 1147 
D42C2 1135 






2N5176 
2N5189 


GE SIG TRAN 
PWR TRAN 


462 


342C6 


135 




2N5490 
2N5491 


PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




D44H4 1155 
D44H4 1155 






2N5190 


PWR TRAN 




D44C6 


147 




2N5492 


PWR TRAN 




D44H10 1155 






2N5191 


PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




2N5493 


PWR TRAN 




D44H10 1155 






2N5192 


PWR TRAN 




344C11 1147 




2N5494 


PWR TRAN 




344H4 1155 






2N5193 


PWR TRAN 




344C6 1147 




2N5495 


PWR TRAN 




J44H4 1155 






2N5194 


PWR TRAN 




544C8 1147 




2N5496 


PWR TRAN 




344H10 1155 






2N5195 
2NS204 


PWR TRAN 
GE SCR 


463 


345C11 1163 




2N5497 
2N5567 


PWR TRAN 
GE TRIAC 


1393 


D44H10 1155 






2N5205 


GE SCR 


463 








2N5568 


GE TRIAC 


1393 










2N5206 


GE SCR 


463 








2N5569 


GE TRIAC 


1393 










2N5207 


GE SCR 


463 








2N5570 


GE TRIAC 


1393 










PWR TRAN 


I 


)40E7 1 109 




2N5571 


GE TRIAC 


1393 









13 













Suggested 


GE 












Suggested 


GE 






Replacement 










Replacement 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




2N5572 GE TRIAC 1393 






2N6025 




PWR TRAN 




D45C8 


1163 
1163 




2N5573 GE TRIAC 1393 








2N6026 




PWR TRAN 




D45C8 




2N5590 PWRTRAN 


D44C2 


1147 




2N6027 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


510 








2N5597 PWRTRAN 


D45C8 


1163 




2N6028 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


510 




1167 


imu 


2N5598 PWRTRAN 


D44C8 


1147 




2N6034 




PWR TRAN 




345E1 




2N5606 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 


1147 




2N6035 




PWR TRAN 




345E2 


1 167 


■:••*• 


2N5614 PWRTRAN 


D44C9 


1147 




2N6036 




PWR TRAN 




D45E3 


1 167 


Willi 


2N5637 PWRTRAN 


D44C5 


1147 




2N6037 




PWR TRAN 




D44E1 


1 151 


•!!••* 


2N5642 PWR TRAN 


D44C4 


1147 




2N6038 




PWR TRAN 




D44E2 


1151 


;;;;;; 


2N5644 PWRTRAN 


D40E1 


1109 




2N6039 




PWR TRAN 




D44E3 


1151 


:::::: 


2N5645 PWRTRAN 


D42C1 


1135 




2N6068 


GE 


TRIAC 


CF 






WllW 


2N5646 PWRTRAN 


D44C1 


1147 




2N6069 


GE 


TRIAC 


CF 








2N5655 PWRTRAN 


D42R1 


1139 




2N6070 


GE 


TRIAC 


CF 






:::::: 


2N5656 PWRTRAN 


D42R2 


1139 




2N6071 


GE 


TRIAC 


CF 






llllll 


2N5660 PWRTRAN 


D44R2 


1159 




2N6072 


GE 


TRIAC 


CF 






Willi 


2N5661 PWRTRAN 


D44R4 


1159 




2N6073 


GE 


TRIAC 


CF 






!!!•*! 


2N5662 PWRTRAN 


D44R1 


1159 




2N6074 


GE 


TRIAC 


CF 






:::::: 


2N5663 PWR TRAN 


D44R3 


1159 




2N6075 


GE 


TRIAC 


CF 






::!!!: 


2N5682 PWRTRAN 


D44R2 


1159 




2N6076 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


461 








2N5687 PWR TRAN 


D40E1 


1109 




2N6076 




SIG TRAN 




2N6076 


461 


:::::: 


2N5688 PWRTRAN 


D42C1 


1135 




2N6098 




PWR TRAN 




D44H7 


1155 


:::::: 


2N5689 PWR TRAN 


D44C4 


1147 




2N6099 




PWR TRAN 




D44H7 


1 155 




2N5690 PWR TRAN 


D44C1 


1147 




2N6100 




PWR TRAN 




D44H10 


1 155 


.**••!• 


2N5697 PWR TRAN 


D40E1 


1109 




2N6101 




PWR TRAN 




D44H10 


1 155 


::::::: 


2N5698 PWR TRAN 


D40E1 


1109 




2N6102 




PWR TRAN 




D44H4 


1 155 


:::::: 


2N5699 PWR TRAN 


D40E1 


1109 




2N6103 




PWR TRAN 




D44H4 


1 155 


::•:•: 


2N5700 PWR TRAN 


044C1 


1147 




2N6106 




PWR TRAN 




D45H10 


1 171 


:::.:: 


2N57Q1 PWRTRAN 


044C1 


1147 




2N6107 




PWR TRAN 




D45H10 


1171 


;;;;;;; 


2N5703 PWRTRAN 


D40E1 


1109 




2N6108 




PWR TRAN 




D45H4 


1 171 




2N5704 PWRTRAN 


D44C1 


1147 




2N6109 




PWR TRAN 




D45H4 


1171 


:::::: 


2N5705 PWRTRAN 


D44C1 


1147 




2N6110 




PWR TRAN 




D45H1 


1171 


;:::::: 


2N5710 PWRTRAN 


D40E1 


1109 




2N6111 




PWR TRAN 




045H1 


1171 




2N5711 PWRTRAN 


D40E1 


1109 




2N6114 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


514 








2N5712 PWRTRAN 


D44C4 


1147 




2N6115 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


514 








2N5713 PWRTRAN 


D44C1 


1147 




2N6121 




PWR TRAN 




D45H4 


1171 




2N5754 GE TRIAC 1377 








2N6122 




PWR TRAN 




D45H7 


1171 




2N5755 GE TRIAC 1377 








2N6123 




PWR TRAN 




D45H10 


1171 




2N5756 GE TRIAC 1377 








2N6124 




PWR TRAN 




D44H4 


1155 




2N5764 PWRTRAN 


D40E5 


1109 




2N6125 




PWR TRAN 




D45H7 


1171 




2N5765 PWRTRAN 


D44C1 


1147 




2N6126 




PWR TRAN 




D45H10 


1171 




2N5766 PWRTRAN 


D40E5 


1109 




2N6129 




PWR TRAN 




D44H4 


1155 




2N5767 PWRTRAN 


D40E1 


1109 




2N6130 




PWR TRAN 




D44H7 


1155 




2N5768 PWRTRAN 


D44C1 


1147 




2N6131 




PWR TRAN 




D44H10 


1 155 




2N5777 GE SIG TRAN 508 








2N6132 




PWR TRAN 




D45H4 


1171 




2N5778 GE SIG TRAN 508 








2N6133 




PWR TRAN 




D45H7 


1171 




2N5779 GE SIG TRAN 508 








2N6134 




PWR TRAN 




D45H10 


1 171 




2N5780 GE SIG TRAN 508 








2N6139 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5782 PWRTRAN 


D43C5 


1143 




2N6140 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5783 PWRTRAN 


D42C7 


1135 




2N6141 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5785 PWR TRAN 


D42C6 


1135 




2N6142 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5786 PWRTRAN 


D42C5 


1135 




2N6143 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5810 SIG TRAN 


GES5810 


1217 




2N6144 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5811 SIG TRAN 


GES5811 


1217 




2N6145 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5812 SIG TRAN 


GES5812 


1217 




2N6146 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5813 SIG TRAN 


GES5813 


1217 




2N6147 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5814 SIG TRAN 


GES5814 


1219 




2N6151 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 








2N5815 SIG TRAN 


GES5815 


1219 




2N6152 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 








2N5816 SIG TRAN 


GES5816 


1219 




2N6153 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 








2N5817 SIG TRAN 


GES5817 


1219 




2N6154 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 








2N5818 SIG TRAN 


GES5818 


1219 




2N6155 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 








2N5819 SIG TRAN 


GES5819 


1219 




2N6156 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 








2N5820 SIG TRAN 


GES5820 


1223 




2N6157 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5821 SIG TRAN 


GES5821 


1223 




2N6158 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5822 SIG TRAN 


GES5822 


1223 




2N6159 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5823 SIG TRAN 


GES5823 


1223 




2N6160 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5824 SIG TRAN 


GES5824 


1227 




2N6161 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5825 SIG TRAN 


GES5825 


1227 




2N6162 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5826 SIG TRAN 


GES5826 


1227 




2N6163 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5827 SIG TRAN 


GES5827 


1232 




2N6164 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N5828 SIG TRAN 


GES5828 


1234 




2N6165 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 








2N6000 SIG TRAN 


GES6000 


1236 




2N6167 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N6001 SIG TRAN 


GES6001 


1240 




2N6168 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N6002 SIG TRAN 


GES6002 


1236 




2N6169 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N6003 SIG TRAN 


GES6003 


1240 




2N6170 


GE 


SCR 


874 








2N6004 SIG TRAN 


GES6004 


1244 




2N6171 


GE 


SCR 


868 








2N6005 SIG TRAN 


GES6005 


1248 




2N6172 


GE 


SCR 


868 








2N6006 SIG TRAN 


GES6006 


1244 




2N6173 


GE 


SCR 


868 








2N6007 SIG TRAN 


GES6007 


1248 




2N6174 


GE 


SCR 


868 








2N6010 SIG TRAN 


GES6010 


1252 




2N6175 




PWR TRAN 




040N1 


1117 




2N6011 SIG TRAN 


GES6011 


1256 




2N6176 




PWR TRAN 




D40N5 


1117 




2N6012 SIG TRAN 


GES6012 


1252 




2N6177 




PWR TRAN 




D40N3 


1117 




2N6013 SIG TRAN 


GES6013 


1256 




2N6178 




PWR TRAN 




D44C10 


1147 




2N6014 SIG TRAN 


GES6014 


1264 




2N6179 




PWR TRAN 




D44C5 


1147 




2N6015 SIG TRAN 


GES6015 


1260 




2N6180 




PWR TRAN 




045C10 


1163 




2N6016 SIG TRAN 


GES6016 


1264 




2N6181 




PWR TRAN 




D45C5 


1163 




2N6017 SIG TRAN 


GES6017 


1260 




2N6218 




SIG TRAN 




GES6218 


1268 




2N6021 PWRTRAN 


D45C11 


1163 




2N6219 




SIG TRAN 




GES6219 


1268 




2N6022 PWR TRAN 


D45C11 


1163 




2N6220 




SIG TRAN 




GES6220 


1268 




2N6023 PWR TRAN 


D45C5 


1163 




2N6221 




SIG TRAN 




GES6221 


1268 




2N6024 PWR TRAN 


D45C5 


1163 




2N6222 




SIG TRAN 




GES6222 


1271 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



14 













Suggested GE 












Suggested GE 












Replacement 






Replacement 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




2N6224 
2N6288 
2N6289 
2N6290 
2N6291 
2N6292 
2N6293 
2N6294 
2N6296 
2N6296 




SIG TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




GES6224 1271 
D44H1 1155 
D44H1 1155 
D44H4 1155 
D44H4 1155 
D44H10 1155 
D44H10 1155 
D44E2 1151 
D44E3 1151 
D45E2 1167 




2SC5120 PWR TRAN 
2SC512R PWR TRAN 
2SC5130 PWR TRAN 
2SC513R PWR TRAN 
2SC515 PWR TRAN 
2SC516 PWR TRAN 
2SC516A PWR TRAN 
2SC517 PWR TRAN 
2SC51 PWR TRAN 
2SC524 PWR TRAN 


D42C8 1135 
D42C7 1135 
D42C5 1135 
D42C4 1135 
D44R4 1159 
D40E7 1109 
D44R1 1159 
D42C7 1135 
D40E1 1109 
D40C7 1101 


!:!::: 


2N6297 

2N6342 

2N6342A 

2N6343 

2N6343A 

2N6344 

2N6344A 

2N6346 

2N6346A 

2N6347 


GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 


PWR TRAN 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 


1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 


D45E3 1167 




2SC525 PWR TRAN 
2SC541 PWR TRAN 
2SC543 PWR TRAN 
2SC547 PWR TRAN 
2SC548 PWR TRAN 
2SC549 PWR TRAN 
2SC550 PWR TRAN 
2SC551 PWR TRAN 
2SC552 PWR TRAN 
2SC553 PWR TRAN 


D40E5 1109 
D40E1 1109 
D44C5 1147 
D40E5 1109 
D40E1 1109 
D40E5 1109 
D44C7 1147 
D44C1 1147 
D44C5 1147 
D40E1 1109 


Hi::: 


2N6347A 

2N6348 

2N6348A 

2N6386 

2N6387 

2N6388 

2N6394 

2N6395 

2N6396 

2N6397 


GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 


TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 


1381 
1381 
1381 

763 
763 
763 
763 


D44E1 1151 
D44E2 1151 
344E3 1151 




2SC554 PWR TRAN 
2SC571 PWR TRAN 
2SC572 PWR TRAN 
2SC573 PWR TRAN 
2SC582 PWR TRAN 
2SC585 PWR TRAN 
2SC591 PWR TRAN 
2SC592 PWR TRAN 
2SC597 PWR TRAN 
2SC598 PWR TRAN 


D40E1 1109 
D40E1 1109 
D42C1 1135 
D44C3 1147 
D40N3 1117 
D44C5 1147 
D44C7 1147 
D42C8 1135 
D40E5 1109 
D40E5 1109 


lllfll 


2N6398 
2N64O0 
2N6401 
2N6402 
2N6403 
2N6404 
2SA257 
2SA258 
2SA527 
2SA528 


Gt 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 


SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 


763 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 


343C5 1143 
343C5 1143 
D43C5 1143 
343C5 1143 




2SC599 PWR TRAN 
2SC59 PWR TRAN 
2SC600 PWR TRAN 
2SC608T PWR TRAN 
2SC609T PWR TRAN 
2SC61 PWR TRAN 
2SC635 PWR TRAN 
2SC636 PWR TRAN 
2SC637 PWR TRAN 
2SC638 PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 
D40E7 1109 
D44C5 1147 
D40E5 1109 
D40E5 1109 
D40E1 1109 
D42C7 1135 
D44C5 1147 
D40E1 1109 
D44C1 1147 




2SA547 
2SA565 
2SA571 
2SA597 
2SA613 
2SA671 
2SA715 
2SA738 
2SA743 
2SA743A 




PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




343C8 1143 
341E5 1129 
341E5 1129 
341E5 1129 
D45C6 1163 
345C9 1163 
D43C3 1143 
D43C3 1143 
D43C5 1143 
D43C11 1143 




2SC646 PWR TRAN 
2SC685 PWR TRAN 
2SC685A PWR TRAN 
2SC686 PWR TRAN 
2SC688 PWR TRAN 
2SC690 PWR TRAN 
2SC691 PWR TRAN 
2SC692 PWR TRAN 
2SC697 PWR TRAN 
2SC700 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 
D40N3 1117 
D40N3 1117 
D40N2 1117 
D44C5 1147 
D44C4 1147 
D42C4 1135 
D42C5 1135 
D40E1 1109 
D40E5 1109 




2SA755 

2SA779 

2SA780A 

2SC1012A 

2SC101A 

2SC1024 

2SC1061 

2SC106 

2SC107 

2SC108A 




PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




D43C6 1143 
D43C3 1143 
D43C11 1143 
D40N1 1117 
D44C8 1147 
D44C8 1147 
D44C9 1147 
D42C7 1135 
042C7 1135 
B40E7 1109 




2SC702 PWR TRAN 
2SC703 PWR TRAN 
2SC704 PWR TRAN 
2SC730 PWR TRAN 
2SC737 PWR TRAN 
2SC756 PWR TRAN 
2SC774 PWR TRAN 
2SC777 PWR TRAN 
2SC781 PWR TRAN 
2SC788 PWR TRAN 


D42C1 1135 
D44C1 1147 
D44C1 1147 
D40E5 1109 
044C5 1147 
042C6 1135 
040E5 1109 
D40E7 1109 
D40E6 1109 
D44R1 1159 




2SC109A 

2SC1104 

2SC1105 

2SC1162 

2SC1212 

2SC1212A 

2SC130 

2SC1368 

2SC1419 

2SC1514 




PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 
344R4 1159 
340N4 1117 
342C3 1135 
342C5 1135 
342C11 1135 
340E7 1109 
342C3 1135 
)42C6 1135 
)40N3 1117 




2SC795 PWR TRAN 
2SC799 PWR TRAN 
2SC802 PWR TRAN 
2SC803 PWR TRAN 
2SC816 PWR TRAN 
2SC821 PWR TRAN 
2SC822 PWR TRAN 
2SC830 PWR TRAN 
2SC831 PWR TRAN 
2SC840 PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 
D42C6 1135 
D40E5 1109 
D40E5 1109 
D40E1 1109 
D40E1 1109 
D40E1 1109 
)44C6 1147 
D45C2 1163 
D44C8 1147 




2SC1516 

2SC1517A 

2SC213 

2SC214 

2SC215 

2SC223 

2SC224 

2SC225 

2SC23 

2SC24 




PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




)42C3 1135 
)42C11 1135 
)40E1 1109 
)40E1 1109 
)40E1 1109 
)40E1 1109 
140E1 1109 
40E1 1109 
42C8 1135 
42C8 1135 




2SC867 PWR TRAN 
2SC890 PWR TRAN 
2SC891 PWR TRAN 
2SC892 PWR TRAN 
2SC893 PWR TRAN 
2SC909 PWR TRAN 
2SC911 PWR TRAN 
2SC916 PWR TRAN 
2SC92 PWR TRAN 
2SC931 PWR TRAN 


D44R2 1159 
D40E1 1109 
D42C1 1135 
D44C1 1147 
D42C8 1135 
D40E5 1 109 
342C4 1135 
342C8 1135 
D44C8 1147 
342C6 1135 




2SC291 
2SC292 
2SC297 
2SC298 
2SC306 
2SC307 
2SC310 
2SC354 
2SC490 
2SC491 




PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 




42C5 1135 
42C7 1135 
42C7 1135 
42C8 1135 
40E5 1109 
40E5 1109 
44R 1159 
42C5 1135 
44C5 1147 
44C1 1147 




2SC932 PWR TRAN 
2SC93 PWR TRAN 
2SC94 PWR TRAN 
2SC97 PWR TRAN 
2SC990 PWR TRAN 
2SC996 PWR TRAN 
2SD120 PWR TRAN 
2SD121 PWR TRAN 
2SD130 PWR TRAN 
2SD136 PWR TRAN 


342C3 1135 
344C8 1147 
)44C7 1147 
)40E5 1109 
)42C2 1135 
)40N3 1117 
)40E7 1109 
)44C7 1147 
)40N1 1117 
J40N3 1117 





15 













Suggested GE 












Suggested 


GE 








Replacement 








Replacement 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




2SD137 


PWR TRAN 


D42C2 1135 


2SF294 


MITJ SCR 


C230B 


874 




2SD141 


PWR TRAN 


D42C2 1135 




2SF295 


MITJ SCR 


C230C 


874 




2SD142 


PWR TRAN 


D44C2 1147 




2SF296 


MITJ SCR 


C230C 


874 


;;;;;; 


2SD146 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




2SF297 


MITJ SCR 


C230D 


874 


"**:! 


2SD150 


PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 




2SF298 


MITJ SCR 


C230D 


874 


••••J: 


2S0152 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 1135 




2SF299 


MITJ SCR 


C230E 


874 




2SD154 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




2SF32A 


NECJ SCR 


C38A 


683 


*"*:: 


2SD155 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




2SF34A 


NECJ SCR 


C38B 


683 


••••:: 


2SD156 


PWR TRAN 


040N1 1117 




2SF36A 


NECJ SCR 


C38C 


683 


:£:::: 


2SD157 


PWR TRAN 


D40N8 1117 




2SF38A 


NECJ SCR 


C38D 


683 


::':::; 


2SD158 


PWR TRAN 


D44R1 1159 




2SF448 


MITJ SCR 


C220M 


862 


:::::: 


2SD159 


PWR TRAN 


D44R3 1159 




2SF451 


MITJ SCR 


C220M 


862 


;;;;;; 


2SD174 


PWR TRAN 


D44C6 1147 




2SF454 


MITJ SCR 


C37M 


679 


:::::: 


2SD175 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




2SF455 


MITJ SCR 


C37N 


679 


:::::: 


2SD182 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 1109 




2SF457 


MITJ SCR 


C137M 


771 


:::::: 


2SD183 


PWR TRAN 


D40D7 1105 




2SF458 


MITJ SCR 


C137S 


771 


""•! 


2SD184 


PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 




2SF459 


MITJ SCR 


C137N 


771 


:::::: 


2SD185 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




2SF71 


SHEJ SCR 


C230U 


874 


••;::; 


2SD226 


PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 




2SF72 


SHEJ SCR 


C230F 


874 




2SD226A 


PWR TRAN 


D44C7 1147 




2SF73 


SHEJ SCR 


C230A 


874 


••"II 


2SD2340 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




2SF74 


SHEJ SCR 


C230B 


874 


:::::: 


2SD234R 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




2SF75 


SHEJ SCR 


C230B 


874 


;;;;;; 


2SD2350 


PWR TRAN 


D44C6 1147 




2SF76 


SHEJ SCR 


C230C 


874 


""" 


2SD235R 


PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 




2SF77 


SHEJ SCR 


C230D 


874 


:::::: 


2SD24 


PWR TRAN 


D40N3 1117 




300PAC" 


IR SCR 


C380X500 


917 


:::::: 


2SD28 


PWR TRAN 


D44C6 1147 




300PA" 


IR SCR 


C380X500 


917 


••••*• 


2SD29 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




35C025 


SYN SCR 


C46U 


689 


::::" 


2SD48 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




35C025B 


SYN SCR 


C46U 


689 


:::::: 


2SD49 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




35C025BF 


SYN SCR 


C45U 


689 


;;;;;; 


2SD50 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




35C025F 


SYN SCR 


C45U 


689 


""II 


2S057 


PWR TRAN 


D44C3 1147 




35C050 


SYN SCR 


C46F 


689 


llllil 


2SD58 


PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 




35C050B 


SYN SCR 


C46F 


689 




2SD78 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 1135 




35C050BF 


SYN SCR 


C45U 


689 




2SD79 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




35C050F 


SYN SCR 


C45F 


689 




2SD90 


PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 




35C100 


SYN SCR 


C46P 


689 




2SD91 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




35C100B 


SYN SCR 


C46P 


689 




2SD92 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 1109 




35C100BF 


SYN SCR 


C45P 


689 




2SF11 


NECJ SCR 


C220F 862 




35C100F 


SYN SCR 


C45P 


689 




2SF12 


NECJ SCR 


C220A 862 




35C10 


SYN SCR 


C46A 


689 




2SF131 


TSAJ SCR 


2N681 306 




35C10B 


SYN SCR 


C46A 


689 




2SF132 


TSAJ SCR 


2N682 306 




35C10BF 


SYN SCR 


C45A 


689 




2SF133 


TSAJ SCR 


2N683 306 




35C10F 


SYN SCR 


C45A 


689 




2SF134 


TSAJ SCR 


2N684 306 




35C110 


SYN SCR 


C46PA 


689 




2SF135 


TSAJ SCR 


2N685 306 




35C110B 


SYN SCR 


C46PA 


689 




2SF136 


TSAJ SCR 


2N687 306 




35C110BF 


SYN SCR 


C45PA 


689 




2SF137 


TSAJ SCR 


2N688 306 




35C110F 


SYN SCR 


C45PA 


689 




2SF138 


TSAJ SCR 


2N689 306 




35C120 


SYN SCR 


C46PB 


689 




2SF139 


TSAJ SCR 


2N689 306 




35C120B 


SYN SCR 


C46PB 


689 




2SF14 


NECJ SCR 


C220B 862 




35C120BF 


SYN SCR 


C45PB 


689 




2SF16 


NECJ SCR 


C220C 862 




35C120F 


SYN SCR 


C45PB 


689 




2SF18 


NECJ SCR 


C220D 862 




35C15 


SYN SCR 


C46G 


689 




2SF200 


NECJ SCR 


C220E 862 




35C15B 


SYN SCR 


C46G 


689 




2SF201 


NECJ SCR 


C220M 862 




35C15BF 


SYN SCR 


C45G 


689 




2SF221 


TSAJ SCR 


C220U 862 




35C15F 


SYN SCR 


C45G 


689 




2SF222 


TSAJ SCR 


C220F 862 




35C20 


SYN SCR 


C46B 


689 




2SF223 


TSAJ SCR 


C220A 862 




35C20B 


SYN SCR 


C46B 


669 




2SF224 


TSAJ SCR 


C220B 862 




35C20BF 


SYN SCR 


C45B 


689 




2SF225 


TSAJ SCR 


C220B 862 




35C20F 


SYN SCR 


C45B 


689 




2SF226 


TSAJ SCR 


C220C 862 




35C25 


SYN SCR 


C46H 


689 




2SF227 


TSAJ SCR 


C220D 862 




35C25B 


SYN SCR 


C46H 


689 




2SF228 


TSAJ SCR 


C220E 862 




35C25BF 


SYN SCR 


C45H 


689 




2SF22 


NECJ SCR 


C230A 874 




35C25F 


SYN SCR 


C45H 


689 




2SF248 


MATJ SCR 


C220B 862 




35C30 


SYN SCR 


C46C 


689 




2SF24 


NECJ SCR 


C230B 874 




35C30B 


SYN SCR 


C46C 


689 




2SF261 


MITJ SCR 


C220F 862 




36C30BF 


SYN SCR 


C45C 


689 




2SF262 


MIT J SCR 


C220A 862 




35C30F 


SYN SCR 


C45C 


689 




2SF263 


MITJ SCR 


C220B 862 




35C40 


SYN SCR 


C46D 


689 




2SF264 


MITJ SCR 


C220B 862 




35C40B 


SYN SCR 


C46D 


689 




2SF265 


MITJ SCR 


C220C 862 




35C40BF 


SYN SCR 


C45D 


689 




2SF266 


MITJ SCR 


C220C 862 




35C40F 


SYN SCR 


C45D 


689 




2SF267 


MITJ SCR 


C220D 862 




35C50 


SYN SCR 


C46E 


689 




2SF268 


MITJ SCR 


C220D 862 




35C50B 


SYN SCR 


C46E 


689 




2SF269 


MITJ SCR 


C220E 862 




35C50BF 


SYN SCR 


C45E 


689 




2SF26 


NECJ SCR 


C230C 874 




35C50F 


SYN SCR 


C45E 


689 




2SF271 


MITJ SCR 


C220F 862 




35C60 


SYN SCR 


C46M 


689 




2SF272 


MITJ SCR 


C220A 862 




35C60B 


SYN SCR 


C46M 


689 




2SF273 


MITJ SCR 


C220B 862 




35C60BF 


SYN SCR 


C45M 


689 




2SF274 


MITJ SCR 


C220B 862 




35C60F 


SYN SCR 


C45M 


689 




2SF275 


MITJ SCR 


C220C 862 




35C70 


SYN SCR 


C46S 


689 




2SF276 


MITJ SCR 


C220C 862 




35C70B 


SYN SCR 


C46S 


689 




2SF277 


MITJ SCR 


C220D 862 




35C70BF 


SYN SCR 


C45S 


689 




2SF278 


MITJ SCR 


C220D 862 




35C70F 


SYN SCR 


C45S 


689 




2SF279 


MITJ SCR 


C220E 862 




35C80 


SYN SCR 


C46N 


689 




2SF286 


MITJ SCR 


C230C 874 




35C80B 


SYN SCR 


C46N 


689 




2SF288 


MITJ SCR 


C230D 874 




35C80BF 


SYN SCR 


C45N 


689 




2SF289 


MITJ SCR 


C230E 874 




35C80F 


SYN SCR 


C45N 


689 




2SF28 


NECJ SCR 


C230D 874 




35C90 


SYN SCR 


C46T 


689 




2SF291 


MITJ SCR 


C230F 874 




35C90B 


SYN SCR 


C46T 


689 




2SF292 


MITJ SCR 


C230A 874 




35C90BF 


SYN SCR 


C45T 


689 




2SF293 


MITJ SCR 


C230B 874 




35C90F 


SYN SCR 


C45T 


689 



CF = CONTACT FACTORY 



16 



Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Lin 


36RA" 


IR 


SCR 


36RC" 


IR 


SCR 


36REH" 


IR 


SCR 


3N81 


GE 


SWITCH 


3N82 


GE 


SWITCH 


3N83 


GE 


SWITCH 


3N84 


GE 


SWITCH 


3N85 


GE 


SWITCH 


3N86 


GE 


SWITCH 


3RC10A 


IR 


SCR 


3RC20A 


IR 


SCR 


3RC30A 


IR 


SCR 


3RC40A 


IR 


SCR 


3RC50A 


IR 


SCR 


3RC60A 


IR 


SCR 


40081 




PWR TRAN 


40082 




PWR TRAN 


401PDA" 


IR 


RECTIFIER 


40216 


RCA 


SCR 


40250 




PWR TRAN 



40250V 1 

40279 

40280 

40281 

40282 

40290 

40291 

40292 

40305 

40306 

40307 
40309 
40310 
40311 
40312 
40314 
40315 
40316 
40317 
40319 

40320 

40321 

40323 

40324 

40327 

40346 

40346V1 

40346V2 

40347 

40347V1 

40347V2 

40348 

40348V1 

40348V2 

40355 

40360 

40361 

40362 

40366 

40367 

40368 
40372 
40378 
40379 
40389 
40390 
40391 
40392 
40394 
40406 

40407 

40412 

40412V1 

4041 2 V2 

40422 

40424 

40426 

40450 

40451 

40452 

40453 
40454 
40455 
40456 
40459 
40491 
40537 
40538 
40544 
40578 



RCA 
RCA 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
SCR 
SCR 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 



516 
516 
521 
525 
525 
529 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C150 

C45 

C50 



C11A 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



D40E5 
D44R3 
D40E5 
D44C5 
D40E1 
D44R1 
044R1 
D44R1 
D40E5 
O40E5 

D40E7 
D40E7 
D40E7 
D40E7 
D40N1 
D40E7 
D40E7 
D41E7 
D41E7 
D41E7 

D44C6 
D42C8 
C122B 
C122D 
D40E1 
D44R2 
D41E5 
D40E5 
D43C5 
D41E7 

D40E7 
D44R2 
D44R2 
D44R2 
D44R4 
D44R4 
D44R3 
D40E5 
D40E5 
D40E5 

D40E5 
D40E1 
D40E5 
D40E1 
D40E5 
D44R4 
041E5 
D41E5 
D40E5 
D40E1 



818 
689 
818 



322 



C11B 


322 


C11C 


322 


C11D 


322 


C11E 


322 


C11M 


322 


D40E1 


1109 


D40E1 


1109 


A397 


596 


C144M30M 


791 


D44C6 


1147 


D42C5 


1135 


D42C5 


1135 


D40E1 


1109 


D40E1 


1109 


D44C1 


1147 


D40E7 


1109 


D40E7 


1109 


D44C4 


1147 


D40E5 


1109 


D40E5 


1109 


D44C4 


1147 


D40E5 


1109 


D44C5 


1147 


D40E! 


1109 


D44C8 


1147 


D40E5 


1109 


D40E5 


1109 


D44C5 


1147 


D40E5 


1109 


D41E5 


1129 



1109 
1159 
1109 
1147 
1109 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1109 
1109 

1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1117 
1109 
1109 
1129 
1129 
1129 

1147 
1135 
747 
747 
1109 
1159 
1129 
1109 
1143 
1129 

1109 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1109 
1109 
1109 

1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1159 
1129 
1129 
1109 
1109 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



40581 
40582 
40594 
40595 
40605 
40608 
40611 
40613 
40616 
40618 

40621 
40622 
40624 
40627 
40629 
40630 
40631 
40632 
40634 
40635 

40654 
40655 
40665 
40666 
40680 
40681 
40682 
40683 
40735 
40737 

40738 
40739 
40740 
40741 
40742 
40743 
40744 
40745 
40746 
40747 

40748 
40749 
40750 
40751 
40752 
40753 
40754 
40755 
40756 
40757 

40758 
40759 
40760 
40816 
40833 
40867 
40868 
40869 
40873 
40874 

40875 
40876 
40877 
40878 
40881 
40882 
4d884 
40885 
40886 
40938 

40C025 

40C025B 

40C050 

40C050B 

40C100 

40C100B 

40C10 

40C10B 

40C110 

40C110 

40C120 

40C120B 

40C15 

40C15B 

40C20 

40C20B 

40C25 

40C25B 

40C30 

40C30B 



RCA 
RCA 



RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 

RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 



RCA 
RCA 
RCA 

RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 



RCA 

SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 

SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 
SYN 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

SCR 

SCR 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 



SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

PWR TRAN 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



D40E1 
D40E1 
D42C7 
D43C7 
D40E5 
D40E5 
D40E5 
044C2 
D40E5 
D44C2 

D44C2 
044C6 
D44H8 
D44H7 
044C6 
D44C6 
D44C6 
D44H7 
D41E1 
D40E7 

CI 228 

C122D 

D44C4 

D40E5 

C228A2 

C228B2 

C228D2 

C228M2 

C144M15M 

C222A 

C222B 

C222D 

C222M 

C220A 

C220B 

C220D 

C220M 

C220A2 

C220B2 

C220D2 

C220M2 

C232A 

C232B 

C232D 

C232M 

C230A 

C2308 

C2300 

C230M 

C230A2 

C230B 

C230D 

C230M 

D44H8 

C122M 

C122A 

C122B 

C122D 

D44H10 

D45H10 

D44H7 

D45H7 

D44H10 

D45H10 

D44H4 

D45H7 

D44H10 

D40P3 

040P5 

C137N 

C147U 

C147U 

C147F 

C147F 

C147P 

C147P 

C147A 

C147A 

C147PA 

C147PA 

C147PB 

C147PB 

C147G 

C147G 

C147B 

C147B 

C147H 

C147H 

C147C 

C147C 



1109 
1109 
1135 
1143 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1147 
1109 
1147 

1147 
1147 
1155 
1155 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1155 
1129 
1109 

747 
747 
1147 
1109 
868 
868 
868 
868 
791 
862 

862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 

862 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 

874 

874 

874 

1155 

747 

747 

747 

747 

1155 

1171 

1155 
1171 
1155 
1171 
1155 
1171 
1155 
1121 
1121 
771 

799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 



17 











Suggested 


GE 










Replacement 


Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 


40C40 


SYN 


SCR 




C147D 


799 


40C40B 


SYN 


SCR 




C147D 


799 


40C50 


SYN 


SCR 




C147E 


799 


40C50B 


SYN 


SCR 




C147E 


799 


40C60 


SYN 


SCR 




C147M 


799 


40C60B 


SYN 


SCR 




C147M 


799 


40C70 


SYN 


SCR 




C147S 


799 


40C70B 


SYN 


SCR 




C147S 


799 


40C80 


SYN 


SCR 




C147N 


799 


40C80B 


SYN 


SCR 




C147N 


799 


40C90 


SYN 


SCR 




C147T 


799 


40C90B 


SYN 


SCR 




C147T 


799 


40RCS100 


IR 


SCR 




C147P 


799 


40RCS10 


IR 


SCR 




C147A 


799 


40RCS110 


IR 


SCR 




C147PA 


799 


40RCS120 


IR 


SCR 




C147PB 


799 


40RCS20 


IR 


SCR 




C147B 


799 


40RCS30 


IR 


SCR 




C147C 


799 


40RCS40 


IR 


SCR 




C147D 


799 


40RCS50 


IR 


SCR 




C147E 


799 


40RCS5 


IR 


SCR 




C147F 


799 


40RCS60 


IR 


SCR 




C147M 


799 


40RCS70 


IR 


SCR 




C147S 


799 


40RCS80 


IR 


SCR 




C147N 


799 


40RCS90 


IR 


SCR 




C147T 


799 


40RCS" 


IR 


SCR 




C45 


689 


420PBM" 


IR 


SCR 




C447 


982 


420PB" 


IR 


SCR 




C390/C391 


936 


45190 




PWR TRAN 




D44H4 


1155 


45191 




PWR TRAN 




D44H7 


1155 


45192 




PWR TRAN 




D44H10 


1155 


45193 




PWR TRAN 




D45H4 


1171 


45194 




PWR TRAN 




D45H7 


1171 


45195 




PWR TRAN 




D45H10 


1171 


470PB" 


IR 


SCR 




C390/C391 


93 


4N25 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


531 






4N25A 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


531 






4N26 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


531 






4N27 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


531 






4N28 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


531 






4N29 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


533 






4N29A 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


533 






4N30 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


533 






4N31 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


533 






4N32 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


533 






4N32A 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


533 






4N33 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


533 






4N35 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


535 






4N36 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


535 






4N37 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


535 






4N38 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


539 






4N38A 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


539 






4N39 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


541 






4N40 


GE 


OPTO COUPL 


541 






500PBQ" 


IR 


SCR 




C397 


958 


501PBQ" 


IR 


SCR 




C398 


958 


50RCS" 


IR 


SCR 




C150 


818 


550P8Q" 


IR 


SCR 




C444 


976 


550PB" 


IR 


SCR 




C390/C391 


936 


5RC10A 


IR 


SCR 




C11A 


322 


5RC20A 


IR 


SCR 




C11B 


322 


5RC30A 


IR 


SCR 




C11C 


322 


5RC40A 


IR 


SCR 




C11D 


322 


5RC50A 


IR 


SCR 




C11E 


322 


5RC60A 


IR 


SCR 




C11M 


322 


600PB" 


IR 


SCR 




C602 


1005 


651PDB"L 


IR 


RECTIFIER 




A437 


603 


700PK" 


IR 


SCR 




C450/C451 


CF 


71RA" 


IR 


SCR 




C150 


818 


71RB" 


IR 


SCR 




C160 


818 


71RC" 


IR 


SCR 




C150 


818 


71REH" 


IR 


SCR 




C50 


818 


72T2 




PWR TRAN 




040E7 


1109 


73T2 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 


74T2 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 


750PB" 


IR 


SCR 




C440/C441 


966 


801PDB" 


IR 


RECTIFIER 




A540/A696 


610 


801PDB"B 


IR 


RECTIFIER 




A430 


600 


81RLB" 


IR 


SCR 




C158 


830 


81RM" 


IR 


SCR 




C165 


838 


82T2 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 


1109 


850PK" 


IR 


SCR 




C450/C451 


CF 


900PB" 


IR 


SCR 




C440 


966 


91RM" 


IR 


SCR 




C164 


838 


AHA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


547 






A14C 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


547 






A14E 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


547 






A14F 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


547 






A14P 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


290 






A14U 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


547 







Type 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



Page 



A15A 

A15F 

A15U 

A114A 

A114B 

A114C 

A114D 

A114E 

A114F 

A114M 

A115A 

A115B 

A115C 

A115D 

A115E 

A115F 

A115M 

A139 

A139E, R 

A139M. R 

A139N, R 

A139P. R 

A170.170RE 

A170.170RA 

A17O.170RS 

A170.170RT 

A170.170RPA 

A170.170RPB 

A170.170RPC 

A170.170RPD 



170RPE 

170RB 

170RC 

170RD 

170RM 

170RN 

170RP 

177RA 

177RPC 

177RB 

177RC 

177RPE 

177RS 

177RM 

177RN 

177RE 

177RP 

177RD 

177RPA 

177RPB 

177RPO 

177RT 

180RA 

180RN 

180RP 

180RD 

180RB 

180RC 

180RPD 

180RPE 

180RS 

180RPA 

180RT 

180RPB 

180RM 

180RE 

180RPC 

187RN 

187RM 

187RE 

187RD 

187RC 

187RS 

187RT 

187RA 

187RB 

187RP 

187RPA 

187RPC 

187RPB 

A187.187RPD 

A187.187RPE 

A19013 

A19015 

A190.190RPE 

A190.190RT 

A190.190RN 

A190.190RP 

A190.190RPA 

A190.190RPD 



A170, 
A 170 
A170. 
A170, 
A170, 
A 170, 
A 170, 
A177, 
A177, 
A177, 

A177, 
A177, 
A177, 
A177, 
A177, 
A177 
A177 
A177, 
A177, 
A177, 

A177, 
A177, 
A 180, 
A 180, 
A180, 
A 180, 
A 180, 
A 180, 
A 180, 
A 180, 

A 180, 
A 180, 
A 180, 
A180, 
A 180, 
A 180, 
A 180, 
A187, 
A187, 
A187, 

A187, 
A187, 
A187 
A187, 
A187, 
A187 
A187, 
A187, 
A187 
A187, 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



54S 
549 
549 
557 
559 
559 
559 
559 
557 
559 

563 
565 
565 
565 
565 
563 
565 
569 
569 
569 

569 
569 
571 
571 
571 
571 
571 
571 
571 
571 

571 
571 
571 
571 
571 
571 
571 
577 
577 
577 

577 
577 
577 
577 
577 
577 
577 
577 
577 
577 

577 
577 
581 
581 
581 
581 
581 
581 
581 
581 

581 
581 
581 
581 
581 
581 
581 
584 
584 
584 

584 
584 
584 
584 
584 
584 
584 
584 
584 
584 

584 
584 
643 
643 
241 
241 
241 
241 
241 
241 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



18 



Type 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



A 190, 
A 190, 
A 190, 
A 190, 
A 190, 
A 190, 
A 190, 
A 190, 
A 190, 
A197, 

A197, 
A197, 
A197, 
A197, 
A197, 
A197, 
A197, 
A197. 
A197 
A197, 



190RS 

190RA 

190RB 

190RC 

190RPB 

190RPC 

190RE 

190RM 

190RD 

197RB 

197RT 

197RA 

197RPD 

197RP 

197RPE 

197RS 

197RC 

197RD 

197RE 

197RM 



A197.197RN 

A197.197RPA 

A197.197RPB 

A197.197RPC 

A2011 

A202 

A203 

A208 

A210 

A211 

A245 

A246 

A247 

A2511 

A253 

A27BR1200 

A27DR1200 

A27DR521A 

A27DR521A 

A27DR521B 

A270R521B 

A27DR521M 

A27DR521M 

A27MR1200 

A270 

A271 

A272 

A273 

A275 

A276 

A277 

A278 

A279 

A28A, A29A 

A28BR1200 

A28BR1201 

A28B. A29B 

A28C, A29C 

A28DR1200 

A28DR1201 

A28D.A29D 

A28F, A29F 

A3512 

A38BR1200 

A38BR1202 

A38DR019A 

A380R019A 

A38DR019B 

A38DR019B 

A38DR019M 

A38DR019M 

A38DR1200 

A38DR1202 

A38MR1200 

A390M 

A390N 

A390P 

A390PA 

A390PB 

A390PC 

A390PD 

A390PE 

A390S 

A390T 

A397A 

A397B 

A397C 

A397D 

A397E 

A397M 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
RECTIFIER 
PWR TRAN 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 

HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
RECTIFIER 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 
HI-REL REC 

HI-REL REC 

HI-REL REC 

HI-REL REC 

HI-REL REC 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 



241 
241 
241 
241 
241 
241 
241 
241 
241 
588 

588 
588 
588 
588 
588 
588 
588 
588 
588 
588 

588 
588 
588 
588 
625 



Type 



Page 



631 

CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 

CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 



551 
CF 
CF 
551 
551 
CF 
CF 

551 
551 
637 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

592 

592 

592 

592 

592 

592 

592 
592 
592 
592 
596 
596 
596 
596 
596 
596 



044C1 
D40E1 
D44C2 
D40E1 
D40E1 

D40E1 
D40E1 
D40E1 

042C2 



1147 
1109 
1147 
1109 
1109 

1109 
1109 
1109 

1135 



D40E5 
D42C5 
D44C4 
D44C1 
D42C2 
D44C3 

D44C1 
040N1 
040N1 



1109 
1135 
1147 
1147 
1135 
1147 

1147 
1117 
1117 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



Type 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



Type 



Page 



A397N 

A397P 

A397PA 

A397PB 

A397PC 

A397PD 

A397PE 

A397S 

A397T 

A40A, A41A 

A40B, A41B 
A40C, A41C 
A40D, A41D 
A40E, A41E 
A40F, A41F 
A40M, A41M 
A430E 
A430M 
A430N 
A430P 

A430PA 

A430PB 

A430PC 

A430PD 

A430PE 

A430PM 

A430PS 

A430S 

A430T 

A437E 

A437M 

A437N 

A437P 

A437PA 

A437PB 

A437PC 

A437PD 

A437PE 

A437S 

A437T 

A44A, A45A 
A44B, A45B 
A44C, A45C 
A44D, A450 
A44E, A45E 
A44F,A45F 
A44M, A45M 
A500L 
A500LA 
A500LB 

A500LC 
A500LD 
A500LE 
A500LM 
A500LN 
A500LP 
A500LS 
A500LT 
A500PE 
A5O0PM 

A500PN 

A500PS 

A500PT 

A540D 

A540E 

A540L 

A540LA 

A540LB 

A540LC 

A540LD 

A540M 

A540N 

A540P 

A540PA 

A540PB 

A540PC 

A540PD 

A540PE 

A540PM 

A540PN 

A540PS 

A540PT 

A540S 

A540T 

A570A 

A570B 

A570C 

A570D 

A570E 

A570M 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 



GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gb 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gb 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gb 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gt 


RECTIFIER 


Gb 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gt 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gb 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gb 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gt 


RECTIFIER 


Gt 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gb 


RECTIFIER 


Gt 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gb 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


Gb 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


GE 


RECTIFIER 



596 
596 
596 
596 
596 
596 
596 
596 
596 
230 

230 
230 
230 
230 
230 
230 
600 
600 
600 
600 

600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
603 

603 
603 
603 
603 
603 
603 
603 
603 
603 
603 

555 
555 
555 
555 
555 
555 
555 
607 
607 
607 

607 
607 
607 
607 
607 
607 
607 
607 
607 
607 

607 
607 
607 
610 
610 
610 
610 
610 
610 
610 

610 
610 
610 
610 
610 
610 
610 
610 
610 
610 

610 
610 
610 
610 
613 
613 
613 
613 
613 
613 



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Suggested GE 












Suggested GE 












Replacement 






Replacement 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




A596M 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


616 




B3585 PWR TRAN 


044C5 1147 




A596N 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


616 






B3586 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




A596P 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


616 






B3588 PWR TRAN 


D44C6 1147 




A596PA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


616 






B3589 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




A596PB 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


616 






B3606 PWR TRAN 


D42C3 1135 




A596PC 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


616 






B3607 PWR TRAN 


D42C6 1135 




A596PD 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


616 






B3608 PWR TRAN 


D42C8 1135 




A596S 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


616 






B3609 PWR TRAN 


D42C3 1135 




A596T 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


616 






B3610 PWR TRAN 


D42C6 1136 




A640L 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B3611 PWR TRAN 


D42C8 1135 




A640P 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B3612 PWR TRAN 


D42C3 1135 




A640PA 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B3613 PWR TRAN 


D42C6 1135 




A640PB 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B3614 PWR TRAN 


D42C8 1136 




A640PC 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B3747 PWR TRAN 


D40E1 1109 




A640PD 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B3748 PWR TRAN 


D40E1 1109 




A640PE 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B3760 PWR TRAN 


D42C6 1135 




A640PM 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B5001 PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 




A640PN 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B5002 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




A640PS 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B5021 PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 




A640PT 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B5022 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




A640T 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


619 






B5031 PWR TRAN 


D44C6 1147 




A696 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


623 






B5032 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




A7011 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


643 






BC119 PWR TRAN 


D40E5 1109 




A7012 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


643 






BC120 PWR TRAN 


D40E5 1109 




A7013 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


643 






BC140 PWR TRAN 


D40E5 1109 




A70H 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


643 






BC140C PWR TRAN 


D40E5 1109 




A70.A71S 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


234 






BC140D PWR TRAN 


D40E7 1109 




A70.A71T 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


234 






BC141 PWR TRAN 


D40E7 1109 




A72.A73A 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BC142 PWR TRAN 


D40E7 1109 




A72.A73B 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BC160 PWR TRAN 


D40E7 1109 




A72.A73C 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BC161 PWR TRAN 


D41E7 1129 




A72.A73D 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BC286 PWR TRAN 


D40E7 1109 




A72.A73E 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BC287 PWR TRAN 


D41E7 1129 




A72.A73M 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BC301 PWR TRAN 


D40E7 1109 




A72.A73N 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BC312 PWR TRAN 


D44R1 1159 




A72.A73P 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BC313 PWR TRAN 


D40E5 1109 




A72.A73PA 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BD106 PWR TRAN 


D42C4 1135 




A72.A73PB 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BD107 PWR TRAN 


D42C1 1135 




A72.A73S 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BD109 PWR TRAN 


044C5 1147 




A72.A73T 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






BD112 PWR TRAN 


D44C6 1147 




A7811055 


GE 


GE-MOV HDW 


CF 






BD115 PWR TRAN 


D44R1 1159 




AC 130V 


GE 


GEMOV 


545 






BD124 PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 




AC 14V 


GE 


GEMOV 


545 






BD127 PWR TRAN 


D44R4 1159 




AC250V 


GE 


GEMOV 


545 






BD131 PWR TRAN 


D44C5 1147 




AC28V 


GE 


GEMOV 


545 






BD135 PWR TRAN 


D42C5 1135 




AC42V 


GE 


GE MOV 


545 






BD136 PWR TRAN 


D43C5 1143 




AC56V 


GE 


GEMOV 


545 






BD137 PWR TRAN 


D42C7 1135 




AT470 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1109 




BD138 PWR TRAN 


D43C7 1143 




AT471 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




BD145 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




AT473 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1109 




BD162 PWR TRAN 


044C7 1H7 




AT476 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1109 




BD163 PWR TRAN 


D44C6 1147 




AT477 




PWR TRAN 




040E7 1109 




BD1.2.4 GE TUNNEL DIO 651 






B 143000 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 1135 




BD220 PWR TRAN 


D44C11 1147 




B 143001 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 1135 




BD221 PWR TRAN 


D44C6 1147 




B 143003 




PWR TRAN 




D42C3 1135 




BD222 PWR TRAN 


D44C9 1147 




B 143004 




PWR TRAN 




D42C7 1135 




BD223 PWR TRAN 


D45C11 1163 




B 143009 




PWR TRAN 




D42C4 1135 




B0224 PWR TRAN 


D45C6 1163 




B143010 




PWR TRAN 




D42C4 1135 




BD225 PWR TRAN 


045C9 1163 




B143011 




PWR TRAN 




D42C7 1135 




BD3 GE TUNNEL DIO 651 






B143012 




PWR TRAN 




D42C7 1135 




BD402,3,4,6,6,7 GE TUN DIODE CF 






B143015 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 1135 




BD5,6,7 GE TUNNEL DIO 451 






8143016 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 1135 




BDY12 PWR TRAN 


D44C6 1147 




B143018 




PWR TRAN 




D42C8 1135 




BDY13 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




B143019 




PWR TRAN 




042C8 1135 




BDY15A PWR TRAN 


D42C8 1135 




B 143024 




PWR TRAN 




D42C4 1135 




BDY16A PWR TRAN 


D42C8 1135 




B 143025 




PWR TRAN 




D42C4 1135 




BDY34 PWR TRAN 


D42C5 1135 




B 143026 




PWR TRAN 




D42C7 1135 




BDY60 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




B 143027 




PWR TRAN 




D42C7 1135 




BDY61 PWR TRAN 


D44C8 1147 




B3465 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




B0Y62 PWR TRAN 


D44C6 1147 




B3466 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




BF108 PWR TRAN 


D44R1 1159 




B3531 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1109 




BF109 PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 




B3533 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1 109 




BF118 PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 




B3537 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 1135 




BF156 PWR TRAN 


D44R1 1159 




B3538 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1109 




BF157 PWR TRAN 


D44R1 1159 




B3539 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




BF174 PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 




B3540 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1109 




BF179A PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 




B3541 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1 109 




BF179B PWR TRAN 


040N1 1117 




B3542 




PWR TRAN 




D40E5 1109 




BF179C PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 




B3543 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




BF257 PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 




B3544 




PWR TRAN 




D40E7 1109 




BF258 PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 




B3547 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




BF259 PWR TRAN 


D40N3 1117 




B3548 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




BF292A PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 




B3550 




PWR TRAN 




D44C6 1147 




BF292B PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 




B3551 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




BF292C PWR TRAN 


D40N1 1117 




B3570 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 1135 




BF294 PWR TRAN 


D40N2 1117 




B3576 




PWR TRAN 




D42C5 1135 




BFS23 PWR TRAN 


D42C1 1135 




B3577 




PWR TRAN 




D44C7 1147 




BFS50 PWR TRAN 


D40E1 1109 




B3578 




PWR TRAN 




D44C6 1147 




BFS51 PWR TRAN 


D40E1 1109 




B3580 




PWR TRAN 




D44C6 1147 




BFX38 PWR TRAN 


D41E5 1129 




B3584 




PWR TRAN 




044C8 1147 




BFX39 PWR TRAN 


D41E5 1129 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



20 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



BFX69 

BFX69A 

BFX84 

BFX85 

BFX86 

BFX96 

BFX96A 

BFX97 

BFX98 

BFY40 

BFY41 
BFY43 
BFY44 
BFY51 
BFY63 
BFY56 
BFY57 
BFY70 
BFY72 
BLY12 

BLY15A 

BLY20 

BLY21 

BLY33 

BLY34 

BLY35 

BLY36 

BLY37 

BLY38 

BLY53 

BLY61 
BLY62 
BLY63 
BLY78 
BLY79 
BLY88 
BLY89 
BLY91 
BLY92 
BLY93 

BPW38 

BR-100B 

BR-101B 

BS10-01A 

BS10-02A 

BS 10-03 A 

BS 10-04 A 

BS10-0SA 

BS10-06A 

BS6-01A 

BS6-01E 
BS6-02A 
BS6-02E 
BS6-03A 
BS6-03E 
BS6-04A 
BS6-04E 
BS6-05A 
BS6-05E 
BS6-06A 

BS6-06E 
BS7-02A 
BS7-04A 
BS7-05A 
BS8-01A 
BS8-02A 
BS8-03A 
BS8-04A 
BS8-05A 
BS8-06A 

BS9-02A 

BS9-04A 

BS9-05A 

BSV16 

BSV60 

BSW28 

BSW29 

BSW66 

BSW67 

BSW68 

BSX22 
BSX30 
BSX32 
BSX46 
BSX48 
BSX49 
BSX58 
BSX59 
BSX60 
BSX61 



OF- CONTACT FACTORY 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 





PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


GE 


OPTO DET 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 


BBC 


TRIAC 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



CF 



D40E5 
D40E5 
D40E7 
040E7 
D40E5 
D40E1 
040E1 
D40E5 
D44R2 
D40E1 

D44R1 
D40N1 
D40E7 
D40E5 
D40E1 
D40E5 
D40N1 
D40E5 
D40E5 
D44C3 

D42C8 
D42C1 
D42C8 
040E1 
D40E1 
D44C1 
044C1 
D42C6 
D40E1 
D42C2 

D40E1 
D42C1 
D44C1 
D40E1 
D44C1 
044C3 
D44C1 
D42C5 
D44C6 
D44C4 



1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1159 
1109 

1159 
1117 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1117 
1109 
1109 
1147 

1135 
1135 
1135 
1109 
1109 
1147 
1147 
1135 
1109 
1135 

1109 
1135 
1147 
1109 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1135 
1147 
1147 



D42C5 


1135 


D42C8 


1135 


SC245B 


1393 


SC245B 


1393 


SC245D 


1393 


SC245D 


1393 


SC245E 


1393 


SC245M 


1393 


SC240B 


1393 


SC241B 


1393 


SC240B 


1393 


SC241B 


1393 


SC240D 


1393 


SC241D 


1393 


SC240D 


1393 


SC241D 


1393 


SC240E 


1393 


SC241E 


1393 


SC240M 


1393 


SC241M 


1393 


SC141B 


1381 


SC141D 


1381 


SC141E 


1381 


SC245B 


1393 


SC245B 


1393 


SC245B 


1393 


SC245D 


1393 


SC245E 


1393 


SC245M 


1393 


SC143B 


1381 


SC143D 


1381 


SC143E 


1381 


D40E7 


1109 


D42C6 


1135 


D40E5 


1109 


D40E1 


1109 


D44R1 


1159 


344R1 


1159 


D44R1 


1159 


D42C1 


1135 


340E1 


1109 


340E5 


1109 


D40E5 


1109 


D40E1 


1109 


340E1 


1109 


340E1 


1109 


340E5 


1109 


340E1 


1109 


D40E5 


1109 













Suggested 


GE 






Replacement 


Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 


BSX62 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 


1109 


BSX63 


PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


1109 


BSX91 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 


1109 


BSX92 


PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


1109 


BT101-300R 


PHIN SCR 


C231CX211 


CF 


BT101-500R 


PHIN SCR 


C231EX211 


CF 


BT102-300R 


PHIN SCR 


C230CX211 


CF 


BT102-500R 


PHIN SCR 


C230EX211 


CF 


BT106A 


PHIM SCR 


C106A1 


720 


BT106B 


PHIN SCR 


C106B1 


720 


BT106C 


PHIN SCR 


C106C1 


720 


BT106D 


PHIN SCR 


C106D1 


720 


BTD0105 


TEC TRIAC 


SC136A 


1377 


BTD0110 


TEC TRIAC 


SC136A 


1377 


BTD0120 


TEC TRIAC 


SC136B 


1377 


BTD0140 


TEC TRIAC 


SC136D 


1377 


BTD0305 


TEC TRIAC 


SC136A 


1377 


BTD0310 


TEC TRIAC 


SC136A 


1377 


BTDO320 


TEC TRIAC 


SC136B 


1377 


BTD0340 


TEC TRIAC 


SC136D 


1377 


BTL0810 


TEC TRIAC 


SC143B 


1381 


BTR0605 


TEC TRIAC 


SC141B2 


1381 


BTR0610 


TEC TRIAC 


SC141B2 


1381 


BTR0620 


TEC TRIAC 


SC141B2 


1381 


BTR0640 


TEC TRIAC 


SC141D2 


1381 


BTR0660 


TEC TRIAC 


S141M2 


1381 


BTR1005 


TEC TRIAC 


SC146B2 


1381 


BTR1010 


TEC TRIAC 


SC146B2 


1381 


BTR1020 


TEC TRIAC 


SC146B2 


1381 


BTR1040 


TEC TRIAC 


SC146D2 


1381 


BTR1060 


TEC TRIAC 


SC146M2 


1381 


BTS0605 


TEC TRIAC 


SC241B 


1393 


BTS0610 


TEC TRIAC 


SC241B 


1393 


BTS0620 


TEC TRIAC 


SC241B 


1393 


BTS0640 


TEC TRIAC 


SC241D 


1393 


BTS0660 


TEC TRIAC 


SC241M 


1393 


BTS1005 


TEC TRIAC 


SC246B 


1393 


BTS1010 


TEC TRIAC 


SC246B 


1393 


BTS1020 


TEC TRIAC 


SC246B 


1393 


BTS1040 


TEC TRIAC 


SC246D 


1393 


BTS1060 


TEC TRIAC 


SC246M 


1393 


BTS1605 


TEC TRIAC 


SC251B 


393 


BTS1610 


TEC TRIAC 


SC251B 


393 


BTS1620 


TEC TRIAC 


SC251B 


393 


BTS1640 


TEC TRIAC 


SC251D 


393 


BTS1660 


TEC TRIAC 


SC51M 


393 


BTS2505 


TEC TRIAC 


SC261B 


393 


BTS2510 


TEC TRIAC 


SC261B 


393 


BTS2520 


TEC TRIAC 


SC261B 


393 


BTS2540 


TEC TRIAC 


SC261D 


393 


BTS2560 


TEC TRIAC 


SC261M 


393 


BTU0505 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250B 


393 


BTU0510 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250B 


393 


BTU0520 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250B 


393 


BTU0530 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250D 


393 


BTU0540 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250D 


393 


BTU0550 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250E 


393 


BTU0560 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250M 


393 


BTU0605 


TEC TRIAC 


SC240B 


393 


BTU0610 


TEC TRIAC 


SC240B 


393 


BTU0620 


TEC TRIAC 


SC240B 1393 


BTU0640 


TEC TRIAC 


SC240D 1393 


BTU0660 


TEC TRIAC 


SC240M 1393 


BTU1005 


TEC TRIAC 


SC245B 1393 


BTU1010 


TEC TRIAC 


SC245B 1393 


BTU1020 


TEC TRIAC 


SC245B 1393 


BTU1040 


TEC TRIAC 


SC245D 1393 


BTU1060 


TEC TRIAC 


SC245M 1393 


BTU1605 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250B 1393 


BTU1610 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250B 1393 


BTU1620 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250B 1393 


BTU1640 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250D 1393 


BTU1660 


TEC TRIAC 


SC250M 1393 


BTU2505 


TEC TRIAC 


SC260B 1393 


BTU2510 


TEC TRIAC 


SC260B 1393 


BTU2520 


TEC TRIAC 


SC260B 1393 


BTU2540 


TEC TRIAC 


SC260D 1393 


BTU2560 


TEC TRIAC 


SC260M 1393 


BTW30-300RM 


PHIN SCR 


C141C 


783 


BTW30-400RM 


PHIN SCR 


C141D 


783 


BTW30-500RM 


PHIN SCR 


C139E10E 


775 


BTW30-600RM 


PHIN SCR 


C139M10M 


776 


BTW30-800RM 


PHIN SCR 


C139N10M 


775 


BTW31-300RM 


PHIN SCR 


CHOC 


783 


BTW31-400RM 


PHIN SCR 


C140D 


783 


BTW31-500RM 


PHIN SCR 


C139E15E 


775 


BTW31-600RM 


PHIN SCR 


C139M15M 


775 


BTW31-800RM 


PHIN SCR 


C139N15M 


775 


BTX0605 


TEC TRIAC 


SC240B2 1393 


BTX0610 


TEC TRIAC 


SC240B2 1393 



21 













Suggested GE 












Suggested GE 














Replacement 












Replacement 






Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


|Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 






BTX0620 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC240B2 1393 


C123F 


GE 


SCR 


755 








BTX0640 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC240D2 1393 




C123M 


GE 


SCR 


755 








BTX0660 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC240M2 1393 




CI 26 A 


GE 


SCR 


763 








BTX1005 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC245B2 1393 




C126B 


GE 


SCR 


763 








BTX1010 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC245B2 1393 




C126C 


GE 


SCR 


763 








BTX1020 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC245B2 1393 




C126D 


GE 


SCR 


763 








BTX1040 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC245D2 1393 




C126E 


GE 


SCR 


763 








BTX1060 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC245M2 1393 




C126F 


GE 


SCR 


763 








BTX1605 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC250B2 1393 




C126M 


GE 


SCR 


763 








BTX1610 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC250B2 1393 




C12A 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








BTX1620 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC250B2 1393 




C12B 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








BTX1640 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC250D2 1393 




C12C 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








BTX1660 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC250M2 1393 




C12F 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








BTX2505 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC260B2 1393 




C12G 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








BTX2510 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC260B2 1393 




C12H 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








BTX2520 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC260B2 1393 




C12U 


GE 


SCR 


CF 








BTX2540 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC260D2 1393 




C136D 


GE 


SCR 










BTX2560 


TEC 


TRIAC 




SC260M2 1393 




C136E 


GE 


SCR 










BTX94-100 


PHIN 


TRIAC 




SC260B 1393 




C136M 


GE 


SCR 










BTX94-200 


PHIN 


TRIAC 




SC260B 1393 




C137E 


GE 


SCR 


771 








BTX94-300 


PHIN 


TRIAC 




SC260D 1393 




C137ER1200 


GE 


HI-RELSCR 


CF 








BTX94-400 


PHIN 


TRIAC 




SC260D 1393 




C137M 


GE 


SCR 


771 








BTX94-500 


PHIN 


TRIAC 




SC260E 1393 




C137MR1200 


GE 


HI-RELSCR 


CF 








BTX94-600 


PHIN 


TRIAC 




SC260M 1393 




C137N 


GE 


SCR 


771 








BUY10 




PWR TRAN 




D44C1 1147 




C137NR1200 


GE 


HI-RELSCR 


CF 








BUY11 




PWR TRAN 




D44C2 1147 




C137P 


GE 


SCR 


771 








BUY24 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




C137PA 


GE 


SCR 


771 








BUY43 




PWR TRAN 




D44C6 1147 




C137PB 


GE 


SCR 


771 








BUY46 




PWR TRAN 




D44C8 1147 




C137PBR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 








C1012 


GE 


SCR 


1046 






C137PR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 








C103A 


GE 


SCR 


716 






C137S 


GE 


SCR 


771 








C103B 


GE 


SCR 


716 






C137T 


GE 


SCR 


771 








C103Q 


GE 


SCR 


716 






C138E10E 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C103Y 


GE 


SCR 


716 






C138E20E 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C103YY 


GE 


SCR 


716 






C138M10M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C106A 


GE 


SCR 


720 






C138M20M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C106B 


GE 


SCR 


720 






C138N10M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C106C 


GE 


SCR 


720 






C138N20M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C106D 


GE 


SCR 


720 






C138S10M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C106E 


GE 


SCR 


720 






C138S20M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C106F 


GE 


SCR 


720 






C139E10E 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C106M 


GE 


SCR 


720 






C139E20E 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C106Q 


GE 


SCR 


720 






C139M10M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C106Y 


GE 


SCR 


720 






C139M20M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C107A 


GE 


SCR 


728 






C139N10M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C107B 


GE 


SCR 


728 






C139N10MR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 








C107C 


GE 


SCR 


728 






C139N20M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C107D 


GE 


SCR 


728 






C139S10M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C107E 


GE 


SCR 


728 






C139S20M 


GE 


SCR 


775 








C107F 


GE 


SCR 


728 






C13F 


GE 


SCR 


667 








C107M 


GE 


SCR 


728 






C13Y 


GE 


SCR 


667 








C107Q 


GE 


SCR 


728 






C140 


GE 


SCR 


783 








C107Y 


GE 


SCR 


728 






C141 


GE 


SCR 


783 








C108A 


GE 


SCR 


733 






C144E15E 


GE 


SCR 


791 








C108B 


GE 


SCR 


733 






C144E30E 


GE 


SCR 


791 








C108C 


GE 


SCR 


733 






C144M15M 


GE 


SCR 


791 








C108D 


GE 


SCR 


733 






C144M30M 


GE 


SCR 


791 








C108E 


GE 


SCR 


733 






C144N15M 


GE 


SCR 


791 








C108F 


GE 


SCR 


733 






C144N30M 


GE 


SCR 


791 








C108M 


GE 


SCR 


733 






C144S15M 


GE 


SCR 


791 








C108Q 


GE 


SCR 


733 






C144S30M 


GE 


SCR 


791 








C108Y 


GE 


SCR 


733 






C147A 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C10 


GE 


SCR 


663 






C147B 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C1 OAR 1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C147C 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C10BR1200 


GE 


HI-RELSCR 


CF 






C147D 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C10DR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C147E 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C1 1 12 


GE 


SCR 


1046 






C147M 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C116A1 


GE 


SCR 


741 






C147N 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C116B1 


GE 


SCR 


741 






C147P 


GE 


SCR 


799 








CI 16D1 


GE 


SCR 


741 






C147PA 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C116E1 


GE 


SCR 


741 






C147PB 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C116F1 


GE 


SCR 


741 






C147S 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C116M1 


GE 


SCR 


741 






C147T 


GE 


SCR 


799 








C11 


GE 


SCR 


322 






C148M30 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C11AR1200 


GE 


HI-RELSCR 


CF 






C148M40 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C11BR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C148N30 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C11DR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C148N40 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C1212 


GE 


SCR 


1046 






C148P30 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C122A1 


GE 


SCR 


747 






C148P40 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C122B1 


GE 


SCR 


747 






C148PA30 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C122C1 


GE 


SCR 


747 






C148PA40 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C122D1 


GE 


SCR 


747 






C148PB30 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C122E1 


GE 


SCR 


747 






C148PB40 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C122F1 


GE 


SCR 


741 






C148S30 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C122M1 


GE 


SCR 


747 






C148S40 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C123A 


GE 


SCR 


755 






C148T30 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C123B 


GE 


SCR 


755 






C148T40 


GE 


SCR 


803 








C123C 


GE 


SCR 


755 






C149A10 


GE 


SCR 


811 








C123D 


GE 


SCR 


755 






C149A20 


GE 


SCR 


811 








C123E 


GE 


SCR 


755 






C149B10 


GE 


SCR 


811 







CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



22 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



C149B20 
C149C10 
C149C20 
C149D10 
C149D20 
C149E10 
C149E20 
C149M10 
C149M20 
C150, C152P 



C152M 

C152N 

C152PA 

C152PB 

C152PC 

C152S 

C152T 

C152E 

C156A 

C156C 

C156B 
C156D 
C156E 
C157B 
C157C 
C157D 
C157M 
C157A 
C157E 
159E 



C150, 
C150, 
CI 50, 
C150, 
C150, 
C150, 
C150, 
C150, 
C154. 
CI 54, 

C154, 
C154, 
C154, 
C155, 
C155, 
C155, 
C155, 
C155, 
C155, 
C158, 

C158.159M 

C168.159N 

C158.159PA 

C158.159PB 

C158.159P 

C158.159S 

C158.159T 

C15A 

C15B 

C15C 

C15D 

C15E 

C15F 

C15G 

C15M 

C15U 

C164A 

C164B 

C164C 

C164D 

C164E 

C164M 

C165A 

C165B 

C165C 

C165D 

C165E 

C165M 

C165N 

C165S 

C180A 

C180B 

C180C 

C180D 

C180E 

C180M 

C180N 

C180P 

C180PA 

C180PB 

C180PC 

C180S 

C180T 

C 180X500 

C184A 

C184B 

C184C 

C184D 

C184E 

C184M 

C185A 
C185B 
C185C 
C185D 
C185E 
C185M 
C185N 
C185S 
C186N 
C186P 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 



823 
823 

823 
823 
823 
823 
823 
823 
823 
823 
823 
830 

830 
830 
830 
830 
830 
830 
830 
671 
671 
671 

671 
671 
671 
671 
671 
671 
838 
838 
838 
838 

838 
838 
838 
838 
838 
838 
838 
838 
838 
838 
842 
842 
842 
842 
842 
842 
842 
842 
842 
842 

842 
842 
842 
847 
851 
851 
851 
851 
851 
851 

851 
851 
851 
851 
851 
851 
851 
851 

CF 

CF 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



CF = CONTACT FACTORY 



_L 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



C186PA 

C186PB 

C186S 

C186T 

C203A 

C203B 

C203Q 

C203Y 

C203YY 

C20A 

C20B 

C20C 

C200 

C20E 

C20F 

C20U 

C220A 

C220B 

C220C 

C220D 

C220E 
C220F 
C220M 
C220U 
C222A 
C222B 
C222C 
C222D 
C222E 
C222F 

C222M 
C222U 
C228A 
C228B 
C228C 
C228D 
C228E 
C228F 
C228M 
C229A 

C229B 

C229C 

C229D 

C229E 

C229F 

C229M 

C22A 

C22B 

C22C 

C22D 

C22E 

C22F 

C22U 

C230A 

C230B 

C230C 

C230D 

C230E 

C230F 

C230M 

C230U 
C231A 
C231B 
C231C 
C231D 
C231E 
C231F 
C231M 
C231U 
C232A 

C232B 
C232C 
C232D 
C232E 
C232F 
C232M 
C232U 
C233A 
C233B 
C233C 

C233D 
C233E 
C233F 
C233M 
C233U 
C234A 
C234B 
C234C 
C234D 
C234E 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GF 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GF 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 



CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

858 

858 

858 

858 

858 

862 

862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 

862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 

862 
862 
868 
868 
868 
868 
868 
868 
868 



868 
868 
868 
862 
862 
862 
862 

862 
862 
862 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 

874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 

874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
880 
880 
880 
880 
880 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



23 













Suggested GE 












Suggested GE 












Replacement 












Replacement 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 




C234F 


GE 


SCR 


880 




C35F 


GE 


SCR 


675 






C234M 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C35G 


GE 


SCR 


675 






C235A 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C35H 


GE 


SCR 


675 






C235B 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C35M 


GE 


SCR 








C235C 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C35MR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C235D 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C35S 


GE 


SCR 


675 






C235E 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C35U 


GE 


SCR 


675 






C235F 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C364A 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C235M 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C364B 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C30A 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C364C 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C30B 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C364D 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C30C 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C364E 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C30D 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C364M 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C30E 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C365A 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C30F 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C365B 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C30U 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C365C 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C31A 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C365D 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C31B 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C365E 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C31C 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C365M 


GE 


SCR 


906 






C310 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C36M 


GE 


SCR 


328 






C31E 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C36S 


GE 


SCR 


328 






C31F 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C37A 


GE 


SCR 


679 






C31U 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C37B 


GE 


SCR 


679 






C32A 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C37C 


GE 


SCR 


679 






C32B 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C37D 


GE 


SCR 


679 






C32C 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C37E 


GE 


SCR 


679 






C32D 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C37F 


GE 


SCR 


679 






C32E 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C37M 


GE 


SCR 


679 






C32F 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C37S 


GE 


SCR 


679 






C32U 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C37U 


GE 


SCR 


679 






C33A 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C380A 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C33B 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C380B 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C33C 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C380C 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C33D 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C380D 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C33E 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C380E 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C33F 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C380M 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C33U 


GE 


SCR 


874 






C380N 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C34A1 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C380P 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C34A2 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C380PA 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C34B1 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C380PB 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C34B2 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C380PC 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C34C1 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C380S 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C34C2 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C380T 


GE 


SCR 


912 






C34D1 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C380X500 


GE 


SCR 


917 






C34D2 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C384A 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C34E1 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C384B 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C34E2 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C384C 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C34F1 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C384D 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C34F2 


GE 


SCR 


880 






C384E 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C350C 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C384M 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C350D 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C385A 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C350E 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C385B 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C350M 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C385C 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C350N 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C385D 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C350P 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C385E 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C350PA 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C385M 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C350PB 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C385N 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C350PC 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C385S 


GE 


SCR 


921 






C350S 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C386N 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






C350T 


GE 


SCR 


886 






C386P 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






C3512 


GE 


SCR 


1046 






C386PA 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






C354A 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C386PB 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






C354B 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C386S 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






C354C 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C386T 


GE 


SCR 


CF 






C354D 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C387E 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C354E 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C387M 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C354M 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C387N 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C355A 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C387P 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C36BB 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C387PA 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C355C 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C387PB 


GE 


SCR 








C355D 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C387S 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C355E 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C387T 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C355M 


GE 


SCR 


891 






C388E 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C358E 


GE 


SCR 


898 






C388M 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C358M 


GE 


SCR 


898 






C388N 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C358N 


GE 


SCR 


898 






C388P 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C358P 


GE 


SCR 


898 






C388PA 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C358PA 


GE 


SCR 


898 






C388PB 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C358PB 


GE 


SCR 


898 






C388S 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C358S 


GE 


SCR 


898 






C388T 


GE 


SCR 


928 






C358T 


GE 


SCR 


898 






C38A 


GE 


SCR 


683 






C35A 


GE 


SCR 


675 






C38B 


GE 


SCR 


683 






C35AR120O 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C38BR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C35B 


GE 


SCR 


675 






C38C 


GE 


SCR 


683 






C35BR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C38D 


GE 


SCR 


683 






C35C 


GE 


SCR 


675 






C38DR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C350 


GE 


SCR 


675 






C38E 


GE 


SCR 


683 






C35QR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C38F 


GE 


SCR 


683 






C35E 


GE 


SCR 


675 






C38G 


GE 


SCR 


683 






C35ER1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 






C38H 


GE 


SCR 


683 





CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



24 











Suggested GE 










Replacement 


Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 


C38HR1200 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


CF 




C38U 


GE 


SCR 


683 




C390M 


GE 


SCR 


936 




C390N 


GE 


SCR 


936 




C390P 


GE 


SCR 


936 




C390PA 


GE 


SCR 


936 




C390PB 


GE 


SCR 


936 




C390PC 


GE 


SCR 


936 




C390S 


GE 


SCR 


936 




C390T 


GE 


SCR 


936 




C391PC 


GE 


SCR 


941 




C391PD 


GE 


SCR 


941 







C391PE 

C391PM 

C391PN 

C391PS 

C392A 

C392B 

C392C 

C392D 

C392E 
C392M 
C393A 
C393B 
C393C 
C393D 
C393E 
C393M 
C394A 
C394B 

C394C 
C394D 
C394E 
C394M 
C395A 
C395B 
C395C 
C395D 
C395E 
C395M 

C397E 

C397M 

C397N 

C397P 

C397PA 

C397PB 

C397S 

C397T 

C398E 

C398M 

C398N 

C398P 

C398PA 

C398PB 

C398S 

C398T 

C40A 

C40B 

C40C 

C40D 

C40F 

C40G 

C40H 

C40U 

C420 

C425 

C426 

C440M 

C440N 

C440P 



GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GF 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


Gfc 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 



941 
941 
941 
941 
947 
947 
947 
947 

947 
947 
947 
947 
947 
947 
947 
947 
947 
947 

947 
947 
947 
947 
947 
947 
947 
947 
947 
947 

958 
958 
958 
958 
958 
958 
958 
958 
958 
958 

958 
958 
958 
958 
958 
958 
783 
783 
783 
783 

783 
783 
783 
783 



C440PA 


GE 


SCR 


C440PB 


GE 


SCR 


C440S 


GE 


SCR 


C440T 


GE 


SCR 


C441PB 


GE 


SCR 


C441PC 


GE 


SCR 


C441PD 


GE 


SCR 


C441PE 


GE 


SCR 


C441PM 


GE 


SCR 


C441PN 


GE 


SCR 


C441PS 


GE 


SCR 


C444A 


GE 


SCR 


C444B 


GE 


SCR 


C444C 


GE 


SCR 


C444D 


GE 


SCR 


C444E 


GE 


SCR < 


C444M 


GE 


SCR S 


C445A 


GE 


SCR < 


C445B 


GE 


SCR c 


C445C 


GE 


SCR c 



966 
966 
966 



966 
966 
966 
971 
971 
971 
971 
971 
971 

971 
976 
976 
976 
976 
976 
976 
976 
976 
976 



D40E5 
040E7 
D40E5 



1109 
1109 
1109 



CF = CONTACT FACTORY 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



C445D 

C445E 

C445M 

C445S 

C447N 

C447P 

C447PA 

C447PB 

C447S 

C447T 

C448N 

C448P 

C448PA 

C448PB 

C448S 

C448T 

C449 

C450 

C45.46B 

C45.46C 

C45.46D 

C45.46E 

C45.46F 

C45.46G 

C45.46H 

C45.46M 

C45.46N 

C45.46P 

C45.46PA 

C45.46PB 

C45.46S 

C45.46T 

C45.46U 

C48 

C49 

C501L 

C501PC 

C501PD 

C501PE 

C501PM 

C501PN 

C501PS 

C501PT 

C502L 

C502LA 

C502PT 

C50.52E 

C50.52M 

C50.52N 

C50.52P 

C50.52PA 

C50.52PB 

C50.52S 

C50.52T 

C511A 

C511B 

C511C 

C511D 

C511F 

C511G 

C511H 

C511U 

C5 

C5AR1200 

C5BR1200 

C5DR1200 

C600N 

C600P 

C600PA 

C600PB 

C600PC 

C600S 

C600T 

C601L 

C601PB 

C601PC 

C601PD 

C601PE 

C601PM 

C601PN 

C601PS 

C601PT 

C602L 

C602LA 

C602LB 

C602LC 

C602LD 

C602LE 

C602LM 

C602LN 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


GE 


HI-REL SCR 


Gb 


HI-REL SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



976 
976 
976 
976 
982 
982 
982 
982 
982 
982 

982 
982 
982 
982 
982 
982 
990 
CF 
689 
689 

689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 

689 
689 
689 
694 
701 
993 
993 
993 
993 
993 

993 
993 
993 
999 
999 
999 
707 
707 
707 
707 

707 
707 
707 
707 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 

653 
653 
653 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 

CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 

CF 

CF 
1005 
1005 
1005 
1005 
1006 
1005 
1005 
1005 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



25 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



C602LS 

C602PT 

C609P 

C609PA 

C609PB 

C609T 

C60 SERIES 

C611A 

C611B 

C611F 

C611G 

C611U 

C612PC 

C612PD 

C612PE 

C612PM 

C612PN 

C612PS 

C613 

C62A 

C62B 
C62C 
C62D 
C62E 
C62F 
C62G 
C62H 
C62U 
C648 
C6A 

C6B 

C6C 

C6D 

C6F 

C6G 

C6U 

C701L 

C701PB 

C701PC 

C701PD 

C701PE 

C701PM 

C701PN 

C701PS 

C701PT 

C702L 

C702LA 

C702LB 

C702LC 

C702LD 

C712L 

C712PC 

C712PD 

C712PE 

C712PM 

C712PN 

C712PS 

C712PT 

C764 

C7 

CL100 

CL12 

CL13 

CL15 

CLI10 

CLI20 

CLI506 

CLI510 

CLI511 

CNY17-3C 

CP409 

CQX14-17 

CR0121A 

CR0121B 

CR0121D 

CR0121M 

CR0122A 

CR0122B 

CR0122D 

CR0122M 

CR1040 

CR10B-10 

CR10B-12 

CR10B- 1 

CR10B-2 

CR10B-4 

CR10B-6 

CR10B-8 

CR12A-10 

CR12A-12 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 


GE 


SCR 




PWR TRAN 


GE 


SCR 



CLA 
CLA 
CLA 
CLA 
CLA 
CLA 
CLA 
CLA 
CLA 
GE 

GE 

RTN 

RTN 

RTN 

RTN 

RTN 

RTN 

RTN 

RTN 

RTN 
MITJ 
MITJ 
MITJ 
MITJ 
MITJ 
MITJ 
MITJ 
MITJ 
MITJ 



IRLED 

OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 

PWR TRAN 

IRLED 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



100! 
100! 
CF 
Cf 
Cf 
CI 

71 

65 

65! 

65! 

65S 
65! 
10K 
10K 
101C 
10U 
101C 
101C 
101! 
71 

71 
712 
712 
715 
712 
712 
712 
712 
1022 
659 

659 
65S 
659 
659 
659 
659 
1029 
102S 
1029 
1029 

1029 
1029 
1029 
1029 
1029 
1036 
1035 
1035 
1035 
1035 

1041 
1041 
1041 
1041 
1041 
1041 
1041 
1041 

333 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



CF 



CF 



LED56 

H11A5 

4N37 

H11A2 

H11B1 

H11A2 

H11A4 

4N37 

4N37 

D40E7 

C123A 

C123B 

C123D 

C123M 

CI 22 A 

C122B 

C122D 

C122M 

C137PB 

C220E 

C220M 

C220F 

C220A 

C220B 

C220C 

C220D 

C230E 

C37M 



1117 

1347 

1279 

531 

1275 

1293 

1275 

1277 

531 

531 

1109 

755 
755 
756 
755 
747 
747 
747 
747 
747 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
874 
679 



Type 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



Page 



CR12A-14 

CR12A-16 

CR12A-6 

CR12A-8 

CR1-051C 

CR1-051CA 

CR1-051CB 

CR1-101C 

CR1-101CA 

CR1-101CB 

CR1-201C 

CR1-201CA 

CR1-201CB 

CR1-301C 

CR1-301CA 

CR1-301CB 

CR1-401C 

CR1-401CA 

CR1-401CB 

CR20A-10 



CS10-4N 

CS10-6M 

CS10-6N 

CS11B 

CS11C 

CS11D 

CS11E 

CS11G 

CS11H 

CS11K 

CS11M 
CS 13-02 
CS 13-04 
CS 13-06 
CS 15.906 
CS 15.9-04 
CS 16-02 
CS 16-04 
CS 16-06 
CS 16-08 

CS16-10 

CS16-12 

CS20-02R 

CS20-05M 

CS20-05N 

CS20-05R 

CS20-1.5R 

CS20-1M 

CS20-1N 

CS20-1R 



MITJ SCR 

MITJ SCR 

MITJ SCR 

MITJ SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

AEIL SCR 

MITJ SCR 



CR20A-12 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20A-14 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20A-16 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20A- 1 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20A- 2 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20A- 4 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20A- 6 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20A- 8 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20AY-10 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR 20 AY- 12 


MITJ 


SCH 


CR20AY- 2 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20AY- 4 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20AY- 6 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR20AY- 8 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR2AM1 


MITJ 


SCH 


CR2AM2 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR2AM4 


MITJ 


SCH 


CR2AM6 


MITJ 


SCH 


CR2AM8 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR3AM1 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR3AM2 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR3AM4 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR3AM6 


MITJ 


SCH 


CR3AM8 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR5B-10 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR5B-12 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR5B-8 


MITJ 


SCR 


CR 1157 


RTN 


SCR 


CR 5B-6 


MITJ 


SCR 


CS10-02M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS10-02N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS10-05M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS10-05N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS10-1M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS10-1N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS10-2M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS10-2N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS10-3M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS10-3N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS10-4M 


CRL 


SCR 



CRL SCR 
CRL SCR 
CRL SCR 
WESY SCR 
WESY SCR 
WESB SCR 
WESB SCR 
WESB SCR 
WESB SCR 
WESB SCR 

WESB SCR 

BBC SCR 

BBC SCR 

BBC SCR 

BBC SCR 

BBC SCR 

BBC SCR 

BBC SCR 

BBC SCR 

BBC SCR 

BBC SCR 

BBC SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C37S 

C37N 

C230C 

C230D 

C6F 

C6F 

C5F 

C6A 

C6A 

C5A 

C6B 
C6B 
C5B 
C6C 
C6C 
C5C 
C6D 
C6D 
C5D 
C230E 



C220D 

C222M 

C220M 

C6U 

C6F 

C6A 

C6G 

C6B 

C6B 

C6C 

C6D 

C228B 

C228D 

C228M 

C144M15M 

C234D 

C228BX12 

C228DX12 

C137M 

C137N 

C137P 

C137PB 

C230UX315 

C232F 

C230F 

C230FX315 

C230BX315 

C232A 

C230A 

C230AX315 



679 
679 
874 
874 
659 
659 
653 
659 
659 
653 

659 
659 
653 
659 
659 
653 
659 
659 
653 
874 



C137M 


771 


C137S 


771 


C137N 


771 


C230F 


874 


C230A 


874 


C230B 


874 


C230C 


874 


C230D 


874 


C144E15E 


791 


C144M15M 


791 


C140A 


783 


C140B 


783 


CHOC 


783 


CI 40D 


783 


C106F12 


720 


C106A12 


720 


C106B12 


720 


C106C12 


720 


C106D12 


720 


C106F12 


720 


C106A12 


720 


C106B12 


720 


C106C12 


720 


C106D12 


720 


C220E 


862 


C220M 


862 


C220D 


862 


C137M 


747 


C220C 


862 


C222U 


862 


C220U 


862 


C222F 


862 


C220F 


862 


C222A 


862 


C220A 


862 


C222B 


862 


C220B 


862 


C222C 


862 


C220C 


862 


C222D 


862 



862 
862 
862 
659 
659 
659 
659 
659 
659 
659 

659 
868 
868 
868 
791 
880 
CF 
CF 
675 
675 

675 
675 

CF 
874 
874 

CF 

CF 
874 
874 

CF 



CF» CONTACT FACTORY 



26 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



CS20-2.5R 

CS20-2M 

CS20-2N 

CS20-2R 

CS20-3R 

CS20-4M 

CS20-4N 

CS20-4R 

CS20-5R 

CS20-6M 

CS20-6N 

CS20-6R 

CS25-02M 

CS25-02N 

CS25-02R 

CS25-05M 



CS 5-04 
CS 5-06 
CS 8-02 
CS 8-02M 
CS 8-02N 
CS 8-04 
CS 8-05M 
CS 8-05N 
CS 8-06 
CS 8-08 

CS8-12 
CS8- 1M 
CS8- IN 
CS 8- 2M 
CS 8- 2N 
CS 8- 3M 
CS 8- 3N 
CS 8-4M 
CS 8- 4N 
CS 8- 6M 

CS 8- 6N 

D13T1 

D13T2 

D13T3 

D13T4 

D16G6 

D16P1 

D29E10 

D29E10-J1 

D29E1 



CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 

CRL SCR 



CS25-05N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-05R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-1M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-1N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-1R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-2M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-2N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-2R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-3R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-4M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-4N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-4R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-6M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS25-6N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-02M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-02N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-02R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-05M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-05N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-05R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-1.5R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-1M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-1N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-1R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-2.5R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-2M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-2N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-4M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-4N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-4R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-6M 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-6N 


CRL 


SCR 


CS35-6R 


CRL 


SCR 


CS8-10 


BBC 


SCR 


CS 1-02 


BBC 


SCR 


CS 1-04 


BBC 


SCR 


CS 1-06 


BBC 


SCR 


CS 1-08 


BBC 


SCR 


CS 3-02 


BBC 


SCR 


CS 3-04 


BBC 


SCR 


CS 3-06 


BBC 


SCR 


CS 4.9-04 


BBC 


SCR 


CS 4.9-06 


BBC 


SCR 


CS 5-02 


BBC 


SCR 



BBC 
BBC 
BBC 
CRL 
CRL 
BBC 
CRL 
CRL 
BBC 
BBC 

BBC 
CRL 
CRL 
CRL 
CRL 
CRL 
CRL 
CRL 
CRL 
CRL 

CRL 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR' 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 

UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 



510 
510 
1069 
1069 
1071 
1072 
1080 
1080 
1074 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C230CX315 

C232B 

C230B 

C230BX315 

C230CX315 

C232D 

C230D 

C230DX315 

C230EX315 

C232M 



C230DX211 

C230MX211 

C230B 

C222UX304 

C220UX304 

C230D 

C222FX304 

C220FX304 

C230M 

C136NX85 

C136PBX85 
C222AX304 
C222FX304 
C222BX304 
C222BX304 
C222CX304 
C222CX304 
C222DX304 
C222DX304 
C222MX304 

C220MX304 



CF 

874 

874 

CF 

CF 

874 

874 

CF 

CF 

874 



C230M 


874 


C230MX315 


CF 


C232U 


874 


C230U 


874 


C230UX201 


CF 


C232F 


874 


C230F 


874 


C230FX201 


CF 


C232A 


874 


C230A 


874 


C230AX201 


CF 


C232B 


874 


C230B 


874 


C230BX201 


CF 


C230CX201 


CF 


C232D 


874 


C230D 


874 


C230DX201 


CF 


C232M 


874 


C230M 


874 


C229U 


868 


C228U 


868 


C228U 


868 


C229F 


868 


C228F 


868 


C228F 


868 


C228B 


868 


C229A 


868 


C228A 


868 


C228A 


868 


C228C 


868 


C229B 


868 


C228B 


868 


C229D 


868 


C228D 


868 


C2280 


868 


C229M 


868 


C228M 


868 


C228M 


868 


C136PX85 


CF 


C116B 


741 


C116D 


741 


C116M 


741 


C116N 


741 


C122B 


747 


C122D 


747 


C122M 


747 


C234D 


880 


C144M15M 


791 


C230BX211 


CF 



CF 
CF 

874 
CF 
CF 

874 
CF 
CF 

874 
CF 

CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 

CF 



CF- CONTACT FACTORY 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



D29E1-J1 

029E2 

D29E2-J1 

D29E4 

D29E4-J1 

D29E5 

D29E5-J1 

D29E6 

D29E6-J1 

D29E7 

D29E7-J1 

D29E9 

D29E9-J1 

D32H1 

D32H2 

032H3 

D32H4 

D32H5 

D32H6 

D32H7 

D32H8 

D32H9 

032L1 

D32L2 

D32L3 

D32L4 

D32L5 

D32L6 

D32S10 

D32S1 

D32S2 
D32S3 
D32S4 
D32S5 
D32S6 
D32S7 
D32S8 
D32S9 
D32V1 
D32V2 

D32V3 

D32W10 

D32W12 

D32W13 

D32W14 

D32W7 

D32W8 

D32W9 

D33D21 

D33D21-J1 

D33D22 

D33D22-J1 

D33024 

D33D24-J1 

D33D25 

D33025-J1 

D33D26 

D33D26-J1 

D33D27 

D33D27-J1 

D33D29 

D33D29-J1 

D33030 

D33D30-J1 

D34C1 

D34C2 

D34C3 

D34C4 

D34C5 

D34C6 

D34J1 
D34J2 
D34J3 
D34J4 
D34J5 
034J6 
D34J7 
D34J8 
D34J9 
D3814 

D38H1 
D38H2 
D38H3 
D38H4 
D38H5 
D38H6 
D38H7 
038H8 
D38H9 
D38L1 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 

SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 

SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 

SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 

SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 

SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 



1074 
1074 
1074 
1076 
1076 
1076 
1076 
1076 
1076 
1076 

1076 
1080 
1080 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 

CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 

CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 

CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
1074 
1074 

1074 
1074 
1076 
1076 
1076 
1076 
1076 
1076 
1076 
1076 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



SIG TRAN 


1080 


SIG TRAN 


1080 


SIG TRAN 


1080 


SIG TRAN 


1080 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


CF 


SIG TRAN 


1094 


SIG TRAN 


1082 


SIG TRAN 


1082 


SIG TRAN 


1082 


SIG TRAN 


1082 


SIG TRAN 


1082 


SIG TRAN 


1082 


SIG TRAN 


1082 


SIG TRAN 


1082 


SIG TRAN 


1082 


SIG TRAN 


1084 



27 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



D38L2 

D38L3 

D38U 

D38L5 

D38L6 

D38S10 

D38S1 

D38S2 

D38S3 

D38S4 

D38S5 

D38S6 

D38S7 

D3SS8 

D38S9 

D38V1 

038V2 

D38V3 

D38W10 

D38W11 

038W12 

D38W13 

D38W7 

D38W8 

038W9 

D39C1 

D39C2 

D39C3 

D39C4 

D39C5 

D39C6 
D39J1 
D39J2 
D39J3 
D39J4 
D39J5 
D39J6 
D39J7 
039J8 
D39J9 

D40C1 

D40C2 

D40C3 

040C4 

D40C5 

D40C7 

D40D10 

D40D11 

D40D13 

D40D14 

D40D1 
D40D2 
D40D3 
D40D4 
D40D5 
D40D7 
D40D8 
040E1 
D40E5 
D40E7 

D40K1 
040K2 
D40K3 
D40K4 
D40N1 
D40N2 
D40N3 
D40N4 
D40N5 
D40P1 

D40P3 

D40P5 

D41D10 

041D1 1 

D41D13 

D41D14 

D41D1 

D41D2 

041D4 

D41D5 

D41D7 
D41D8 
D41E1 
D41E5 
D41E7 
041K1 
D41K2 
D41K3 
D41K4 
D42C10 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1088 


SIG TRAN 


1088 


SIG TRAN 


1088 


SIG TRAN 


1088 


SIG TRAN 


1088 


SIG TRAN 


1088 


SIG TRAN 


1088 


SIG TRAN 


1088 


SIG TRAN 


1088 


SIG TRAN 


1088 


SIG TRAN 


1092 


SIG TRAN 


1092 


SIG TRAN 


1093 


SIG TRAN 


1094 


SIG TRAN 


1094 


SIG TRAN 


1094 


SIG TRAN 


1094 


SIG TRAN 


1094 


SIG TRAN 


1094 


SIG TRAN 


1094 


SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1084 


SIG TRAN 


1098 


SIG TRAN 


1098 


SIG TRAN 


1098 


SIG TRAN 


1098 


SIG TRAN 


1098 


SIG TRAN 


1098 


SIG TRAN 


1098 


SIG TRAN 


1098 


SIG TRAN 


1098 


PWR TRAN 


1101 


PWR TRAN 


1101 


PWR TRAN 


1101 


PWR TRAN 


1101 


PWR TRAN 


1101 


PWR TRAN 


1101 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1105 


PWR TRAN 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


1113 


PWR TRAN 


1113 


PWR TRAN 


1113 


PWR TRAN 


1113 


PWR TRAN 


1117 


PWR TRAN 


1117 


PWR TRAN 


1117 


PWR TRAN 


1117 


PWR TRAN 


1117 


PWR TRAN 


1121 


PWR TRAN 


1121 


PWR TRAN 


1121 


PWR TRAN 


1123 


PWR TRAN 


1123 


PWR TRAN 


1123 


PWR TRAN 


1123 


PWR TRAN 


1123 


PWR TRAN 


1123 


PWR TRAN 


1123 


PWR TRAN 


1123 


PWR TRAN 


1123 


PWR TRAN 


1123 


PWR TRAN 


1129 


PWR TRAN 


1129 


PWR TRAN 


1129 


PWR TRAN 


1133 


PWR TRAN 


1133 


PWR TRAN 


1133 


PWR TRAN 


1133 


PWR TRAN 


1135 













Suggested GE 








Replacement 




Type 


Mfg. 


Prod. Line 


Page 


Type 


Page 


D42C11 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42C12 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42C1 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42C2 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42C3 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42C4 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42C5 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42C6 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42C7 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42C8 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42C9 


GE PWR TRAN 


1135 






D42R1 


GE PWR TRAN 


1139 






D42R2 


GE PWR TRAN 


1139 






D42R3 


GE PWR TRAN 


1139 






D42R4 


GE PWR TRAN 


1139 






D43C10 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D43C11 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D43C12 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D43C1 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D43C2 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D43C3 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D43C4 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D43C5 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D43C6 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D43C7 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






043CE 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D43C9 


GE PWR TRAN 


1143 






D44C10 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C11 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C12 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C1 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C2 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C3 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C4 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C5 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C6 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C7 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C8 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44C9 


GE PWR TRAN 


1147 






D44E1 


GE PWR TRAN 


1151 






D44E2 


GE PWR TRAN 


1151 






D44E3 


GE PWR TRAN 


1151 






D44H10 


GE PWR TRAN 


1155 






D44H11 


GE PWR TRAN 


1155 






D44H1 


GE PWR TRAN 


1155 






D44H2 


GE PWR TRAN 


1155 






D44H4 


GE PWR TRAN 


1155 






D44H5 


GE PWR TRAN 


1155 






D44H7 


GE PWR TRAN 


1155 






D44H8 


GE PWR TRAN 


1155 






D44Q1 


GE PWR TRAN 


1157 






D44Q3 


GE PWR TRAN 


1157 






D44Q5 


GE PWR TRAN 


1157 






D44R1 


GE PWR TRAN 


1159 






D44R2 


GE PWR TRAN 


1159 






D44R3 


GE PWR TRAN 


1159 






D44R4 


GE PWR TRAN 


1159 






D44R5 


GE PWR TRAN 


1159 






D44R6 


GE PWR TRAN 


1159 






D44R7 


GE PWR TRAN 


1159 






D44R8 


GE PWR TRAN 


1159 






D45C10 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C11 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C12 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C1 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C2 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C3 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C4 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C5 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C6 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C7 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C8 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45C9 


GE PWR TRAN 


1163 






D45E1 


GE PWR TRAN 


1167 






D45E2 


GE PWR TRAN 


1167 






D45E3 


GE PWR TRAN 


1167 






D45H10 


GE PWR TRAN 


1171 






D45H11 


GE PWR TRAN 


1171 






D45H12 


GE PWR TRAN 


1171 






D46H3 


GE PWR TRAN 


117 






D45H6 


GE PWR TRAN 


117 






D45H7 


GE PWR TRAN 


117 






D45H8 


GE PWR TRAN 


117 






D45H9 


GE PWR TRAN 


117 






D5J37 


GE UJT TRAN 


105" 






D5J43 


GE UJT TRAN 


105i 






D5J44 


GE UJT TRAN 


105! 


> 




D5J45 


GE UJT TRAN 


106C 


) 




D5K1 


GE UJT TRAN 


106 






D5K2 


GE UJT TRAN 


106 





CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



28 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



DA1701 

DA1702 

DA 1703 

DA 1704 

DC 14V 

DC28V 

DC42V 

DC56V 

DE104 

DE1 10 

DE111 

DE1 12 

DE113 

DE114 

DE115 

DE125 

DT1110 

DT1 1 1 1 

DT1112 

DT1120 

DT1 121 

DT1122 
DT1311 
DT1321 
DT1510 
DT1511 
DT1512 
DT1520 
DT1521 
DT1522 

DT230A 

DT230B 

DT230F 

DT230G 

DT230H1 

DT230H 

DZ800 

DZ805 

DZ806 

EC 103 A 

EC103B 

EC103D 

EC103Y 

FCD810 

FCD810C 

FCD810D 

FCD811 

FCD820 

FCD820C 

FCD820D 

FCD825C 

FCD825D 

FCD830C 

FCD830D 

FCD831C 

FCD831D 

FCD836C 

FCD836D 

FT340 

GEMR-6 

GER4001 

GER4002 

GER4003 

GER4004 

GER4005 

GER4006 

GER4007 

GE-18 

GE-23 

GE-26 

GE-27 

GE-28 

GE-29 

GES2221 

GES2221A 

GES2222 

GES2222A 

GES2483 

GES2906 

GES2907 

GES5305 

GES5306 

GES5306A 

GES5307 

GES5308 

GES5308A 

GES5368 

GES5369 

GES5372 

GES5373 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
TCE 

TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
FSC 
FSC 
FSC 
FSC 
FSC 
FSC 
FSC 

FSC 
FSC 
FSC 
FSC 
FSC 
FSC 
FSC 
FSC 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
GE MOV 
GEMOV 
GEMOV 
GEMOV 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 

SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

OPTO 

OPTO 

OPTO 

OPTO 

OPTO 

OPTO 

OPTO 



COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 



OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 

SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 



1173 

1173 

1173 

1173 

545 

545 

545 

545 

1175 

1176 

1176 
1176 
1176 
H76 
1176 
CF 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



1177 
1177 
1177 
1177 
1177 
1177 
1179 
1179 
1179 



D40E1 
D40E7 
D40N1 
D40E1 

D40E7 
D40N1 
D40E7 
D40E7 
D40E1 
D40E5 
D40E7 
D40E1 
D40E7 
D40E7 



1190 
1190 
1190 
1190 
1190 
1190 
1190 



1195 
1197 
1195 
1197 
1199 
1201 
1203 

1205 
1205 
1205 
1205 
1205 
1205 
1209 
1209 
1211 
1211 



C103A 

C103B 

C203D 

C103Y 

H11A5 

H11A520 

H11A520 

H11A3 

H11A2 

H11A520 

H11A520 

H11A550 

H11A550 

H11A520 

H11A520 

H11A520 

H11A520 

H11A520 

H11A520 

D42C8 

D42C5 



D44R1 
D44C8 
D44C8 

D40N8 
D42C8 
D43C8 



1109 
1109 
1117 
1109 

1109 
1117 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 



716 

716 
858 
715 
1279 
1285 
1285 
1277 
1275 
1285 
1285 

1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1135 
1135 



1159 
1147 
1147 

1117 
1135 
1143 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



GES5374 
GES5375 
GES5447 
GES5448 
GES5449 
GES5450 
GES5451 
GES5810 
GES5811 
GES5812 

GES5813 
GES5814 
GES5815 
GES5816 
GES5817 
GES5818 
GES5820 
GES5821 
GES5822 
GES5823 

GES5824 
GES5825 
GES5826 
GES5827 
GES5828 
GES6000 
GES6001 
GES6002 
GES6003 
GES6004 

GES6005 
GES6006 
GES6007 
GES6010 
GES6011 
GES6012 
GES6013 
GES6014 
GES6015 
GES6016 

GES6017 

GES6218 

GES6219 

GES6220 

GES6221 

GES6222 

GES6223 

GES6224 

GES929 

GES930 

GET2221 

GET2221A 

GET2222 

GET2222A 

GET2483 

GET2904 

GET2905 

GET2906 

GET2907 

GET3013 

GET3014 

GET3563 

GET3638 

GET3638A 

GET3646 

GET3905 

GET3906 

GET5305 

GET5306 

GET5306A 

GET5307 

GET5308 

GET5308A 

GET5457 

GET5458 

GET5459 

GET929 

GET930 

GT015 

GT06 

GT08 

GT115 

GT16 

GT18 

GT215 

GT26 

GT28 

GT315 

GT36 

GT38 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 



SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 



GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


Ub 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 



SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 



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1215 
1215 
1215 
1217 
1217 
1217 

1217 
1219 
1219 
1219 
1219 
1219 
1223 
1223 
1223 
1223 

1227 
1227 
1227 
1232 
1234 
1236 
1240 
1236 
1240 
1244 

1248 
1244 
1248 
1252 
1256 
1252 
1256 
1264 
1260 
1264 

1260 
1268 
1268 
1268 
1268 
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1191 
1191 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



GES2221 


1195 


GES2221A 


1197 


GES2222 


1195 


GES2222A 


1197 


GES2483 


1199 


GES2904 


CF 


GES2905 


CF 


GES2906 


1201 


GES2907 


1203 


GES3013 


CF 


GES3014 


CF 


GES3563 


CF 


GES3638 


CF 


GES3638A 


CF 


GES3646 


CF 


GES3905 


CF 


GES3906 


CF 


GES5305 


1205 


GES5306 


1205 


GES5306A 


1205 


GES5307 


1205 


GES5308 


1205 


GES5308A 


1205 


3ES5457 




3ES5458 




GES5459 




GES929 


1191 


3ES930 


1191 


SC151B2 


1381 


SC142B2 


1381 



SC143B2 
SC151B2 
SC141B2 
SC143B2 
SC151B2 
SC141B2 
SC143B2 
SC151D2 
SC141D2 
SC143D2 



1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 



29 



Type 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



Page 



GT415 

GT46 

GT48 

GT515 

GT56 

GT58 

GT66 

GT68 

H103SH 

H113SH 

HI 1A10 
H11A1 

H11A2 

H11A3 

H11A4 

H11A5100 

H11A5100 

H11A520 

H11A550 

H11A550 

H11A5 

H11AA1 

H11AA2 

H11B1 

H11B255 

HI 1B2 

H11B3 

H11BX522 

H11C1 

H11C2 

H11C3 

H11C4 

H11C5 

H11C6 

HI 1D1 

H11D2 

H11D3 

H11D4 

H123SH 

H133SH 

H13A1 

H13A2 

H13B1 

H13B2 

H143SH 

H15A1 

H15A2 

H15B1 

H15B2 

H17A1 

H17B1 

H19A1 

H19B1 

H74A1 

H74C1 

H74C2 

HEP706 

HEP-714 

HS07 

HS08 

HS17 

HS18 

HS27 

HS28 

HS37 

HS38 

HS47 

HS48 

HS57 

HS58 

HS67 

HS68 

HW SERIES 

I3PT030 

I3PT040 

I3PT130 

I3PT140 

I3PT230 

I3PT240 

I3PT330 

I3PT340 

I3PT430 

I3PT440 

I3PT530 

I3PT540 

I3PT630 

I3PT640 

ID100 

ID101 

ID102 



HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

HUT 

HUT 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

HUT 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 



HUT 
HUT 

HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

GE 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
UNI 
UNI 
UNI 



TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

OPTO 
OPTO 
OPTO 
OPTO 
OPTO 
OPTO 
OPTO 
OPTO 
OPTO 
OPTO 

OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 

OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
TRIAC 

OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO DET 

OPTO DET 
OPTO DET 
OPTO DET 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

HEAT SINK 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



SC151D2 

SC141D2 

SC143D2 

SC151E2 

SC141E2 

SC143E2 

SC141M2 

SC143M2 

SC136A 

SC136A 



1281 
1275 
1275 
1277 
1277 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 

1279 
1289 
1289 
1293 
1295 
1293 
1293 
1297 
1299 
1299 

1299 
1303 
1303 
1303 
1307 
1307 
1307 
1307 



1309 
1309 
1311 
1311 

1313 
1313 
1315 
1315 
1317 

1319 
1321 
1325 
1327 
1327 
1327 



SC136B 
SC136D 



SC136D 



CF 



D44R3 
D44R1 
C116F21 
C123F 

C116A21 

C123A 

C116B21 

C123B 

C116C21 

C123C 

C116D21 

C123D 

C116E21 

C123E 

C116M21 
C123M 

SC265B4 
SC265B4 
SC265B4 
SC265B4 
SC265B4 
SC265B4 
SC265D4 

SC265D4 

SC265D4 

SC265D4 

SC265E4 

SC265E4 

SC265M4 

SC265M4 

C103Y 

C103YY 

C103A 



1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1377 
1377 



1377 
1377 



1377 



1159 

1159 

741 

755 

741 
755 
741 
755 
741 
755 
741 
755 
741 
755 

741 
755 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 

1393 

1393 

1393 

1393 

1393 

1393 

716 

716 

716 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



ID103 
ID104 
ID105 
ID106 
ID200 
ID201 
ID202 
ID203 
ID300 
ID301 

IL12 

IL15 

IL16 

IL1 

IL5 

IL74 

ILA30 

ILA55 

ILCA2-30 

ILCA2-55 

IN2054-68 

IN2054-68 

IN3161-74 

IN4587-96 

IP100 

IP101 

IP102 

IP103 

IP104 

IP105 

IP106 

IR106A1 

IR106A2 

IR106A3 

IR106A41 

IR106A4 

IR106B1 

IR106B2 

IR106B3 

IR106B41 

IR106B4 

IR106C1 

IR106C2 

IR106C3 

IR106C41 

IR106C4 

1R106D1 

IR106D2 

IR106D3 

IR106D41 

IR106D4 

IR106F1 

IR106F2 

IR106F3 

IR106F41 

IR106F4 

IR106Q1 

IR106Q2 

IR106Q3 

IR106Q41 

IR106Q4 

IR106Y1 

IR106Y2 

IR106Y3 

IR106Y41 

IR106Y4 

IR122A 

IR122B 

IR122C 

IR122D 

IR122F 
IR140A 
IR140B 
IR140C 
IR140D 
IR140F 
IR141A 
IR141B 
IR141C 
IR141D 

IR141F 

IR30A 

IR30B 

IR30C 

IR30D 

IR30E 

IR30F 

IR30U 

IR31A 

IR31B 



UNI 
UNI 
UNI 
UNI 
UNI 
UNI 
UNI 
UNI 
UNI 
UNI 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



I. IX 


OPTO COUPL 


MX 


OPTO COUPL 


MX 


OPTO COUPL 


I.IX 


OPTO COUPL 


LIX 


OPTO COUPL 


MX 


OPTO COUPL 


IIX 


OPTO COUPL 


LIX 


OPTO COUPL 


LIX 


OPTO COUPL 


LIX 


OPTO COUPL 


IR 


RECTIFIER 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


UNI 


SCR 


UNI 


SCR 


UNI 


SCR 


UNI 


SCR 


UNI 


SCR 


UNI 


SCR 


UNI 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 



IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 

IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 

IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 

IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



C103B 

C103B 

C203C 

C203D 

C5F 

C5A 

C5G 

C5B 

C5C 

C5D 

H11A5 

H11A5 

H11A5 

H11A3 

H11A1 

H11A5 

H11B3 

H11B255 

H11B3 

H13B1 

A190 

A190 

A190 

A180 

C203Y 

C203YY 

C203A 

C203G 

C203B 

C203C 

C203D 

C106A1 

C106A2 

C106A3 

C106A41 

C106A4 

C106B1 

C106B2 

C106B3 

C106B41 

C106B4 

C106C1 

C106C2 

C106C3 

C106C41 

C106C4 

C106D1 

C106D2 

C106D3 

C106D41 

C106D4 

C106F1 

C106F2 

C106F3 

C106F41 

C106F4 

C106Q1 

C106Q2 

C106Q3 

C106Q41 

C106Q4 

C106Y1 

C106Y2 

C106Y3 

C106Y41 

C106Y4 

C122A 

C122B 

C122C 

C122D 

C122F 

2N3650 

2N3651 

2N3652 

2N3653 

2N3649 

2N3655 

2N3656 

2N3657 

2N3658 

2N3654 

C230A 

C230B 

C230C 

C230D 

C230E 

C230F 

C230U 

C231A 

C231B 



716 
716 
858 
858 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 

1279 
1279 
1279 
1277 
1275 
1279 
1293 
1295 
1293 
1311 

643 
643 
643 
581 
858 
858 
858 
858 
858 
858 

858 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 

720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 

720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 

720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
747 
747 
747 
747 

747 
783 
783 
783 
783 
783 
783 
783 
783 
783 

783 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



30 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



IR31C 

IR31D 
IR31E 
IR31F 
IR31U 
IR32A 
IR32B 
IR32C 
IR32D 
IR32E 

IR32F 
IR32U 
IR33A 
IR33B 
IR33C 
IR33D 
IR33E 
IR33F 
IR33U 
IR5A 

IR5B 
IR5C 
IR5D 
IR5F 
IR5G 
IR5H 
IR5U 
IR6A 
IR6B 
IR6C 

IR6D 

IR6F 

IR6G 

IR6H 

IR6U 

IS0 10 

15015 

IS020 

IS110 

IS115 

IS120 
IS210 
IS215 
IS220 
IS310 
IS315 
IS320 
IS410 
IS415 
IS420 

IS510 
IS515 
IS520 
IS610 
IS615 
IS620 
IS 08 
IS 18 
IS 28 
IS 38 

IS 48 

IS 58 

IS 68 

ISPT030 

ISPT040 

ISPT130 

ISPT140 

ISPT230 

ISPT240 

ISPT330 

ISPT340 

ISPT430 

ISPT440 

ISPT530 

ISPT540 

ISPT630 

ISPT640 

IT010 

IT06 

IT08 

IT110 

IT16 

IT18 

IT210 

IT26 

IT28 

IT310 

IT36 

IT38 

IT410 



IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 
IR 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


IR 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 



Page 



C231C 
C231D 
C231E 
C231F 
C231U 
C232A 
C232B 
C232C 
C232D 
C232E 

C232F 
C232U 
C233A 
C233B 
C233C 
C233D 
C233E 
C233F 
C233U 
C5A 

C5B 
C5C 
C5D 
C5F 
C5G 
C5H 
C5U 
C6A 
C6B 
C6C 

C6D 

C6F 

C6G 

C6H 

C6U 

C126F 

ZJ436F 

ZJ436F 

C126A 

ZJ436A 

ZJ436A 

C126B 

ZJ436B 

ZJ436B 

C126C 

ZJ436C 

ZJ436C 

C126D 

ZJ436D 

ZJ436D 

C126E 

ZJ436E 

ZJ436E 

C126M 

ZJ436M 

ZJ436M 

C123F 

C123A 

C123B 

C123C 

C1230 

C123E 

C123M 

SC265B2 

SC265B2 

SC265B2 

SC265B2 

SC265B2 

SC265B2 

SC265D2 

SC265D2 

SC265D2 

SC265D2 

SC265E2 

SC265E2 

SC265M2 

SC265M2 

SC147B 

SC140B 

SC142B 

SC147B 
SC140B 
SC142B 
SC147B 
SC140B 
SC142B 
SC147D 
SC142B 
SC142D 
SC147D 



874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 

874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
653 

653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
659 
659 
659 

659 

659 

659 

659 

659 

763 

CF 

CF 

763 

CF 

CF 

763 

CF 

CF 

763 

CF 

CF 

763 

CF 

CF 

763 

CF 

CF 
763 

CF 

CF 
755 
755 
755 
755 

755 

755 

755 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1381 
1381 
1381 

1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 



CF = CONTACT FACTORY 



_l_ 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



IT46 

IT48 

IT510 

IT56 

IT58 

IT610 

IT66 

IT68 

ITC 103-1 

ITC 103-2 

ITC 103-3 

ITC 103-4 

ITC 103-5 

ITC 103-6 

JAN1N1184.R 

JAN1N1186.R 

JAN1N1188.R 

JAN1N1190.R 

JAN1N1202A.RA 

JAN1N1204A.RA 

JAN1N1206A.RA 

JANIN1614 

JAN1N1615 

JAN1N1616 

JAN1N3289 

JAN1N3291 

JAN1N3293 

JAN1N3294 

JAN1N3295 

JAN1N3671A.RA 

JAN1N3673A.RA 

JAN1N3713 

JAN1N3715 

JAN1N3717 

JAN1N3719 

JAN1N3721 

JAN1N3766.R 

JAN1N3768.R 

JAN1N3890.R 

JAN1N3891.R 

JAN1N3893.R 

JAN1N3909.R 

JAN1N3910.R 

JAN1N3911.R 

JAN1N3912.R 

JAN1N3913.R 

JAN1N4148-1 

JAN1N4150 

JAN1N4153 

JAN1N4454 

JAN1N4531 

JAN1N4532 

JAN2N2031 

JAN2N2323A 

JAN2N2323A 

JAN2N2323 

JAN2N2323 

JAN2N2324 

JAN2N2324A 

JAN2N2324A 

JAN2N2324 

JAN2N2326 

JAN2N2326 

JAN2N2326A 

JAN2N2326A 

JAN2N2328 

JAN2N2328 

JAN2N2329 

JAN2N2329 

JAN2N489A 

JAN2N490A 

JAN2N491A 

JAN2N492A 

JAN2N493A 

JAN2N494A 

JAN2N682 

JAN2N683 

JAN2N685 

JAN2N686 

JAN2N687 

JAN2N688 

JAN2N689 

JANTX1184.R 

JANTX1204A.RA 

JANTX1N1190.R 

JANTX1N1188.R 

JANTX1N1186.R 

JANTX1N1206A.RA 

JANTX1N1202A.RA 

JANTX1N3673A.RA 



HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

HUT 

ITT 

ITT 

ITT 
ITT 
ITT 
ITT 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
TUNNEL DIO 
TUNNEL DIO 
TUNNEL DIO 
TUNNEL DIO 
TUNNEL DIO 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 

SIG DIODE 

SIG DIODE 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
UJT TRAN 

UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
UJT TRAN 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



SCR 

SCR 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 

RECTIFIER 



209 
209 
209 
209 
213 
213 

213 
221 
221 
221 
234 
234 
234 
234 
234 
213 

213 
237 
237 
237 
237 
237 
209 
209 
249 
249 

249 
253 
253 
253 
253 
253 
205 
258 
262 
262 

205 
262 
712 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 

653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
298 

298 
298 
298 
298 
298 
306 
306 
306 
306 
306 

306 
306 
209 
213 
209 
209 
209 
213 
213 
213 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 

Page 



Type 



SC140D 

SC142D 

SC147E 

SC140E 

SC142E 

SC147M 

SC140M 

SC142M 

C103Y 

C103YY 

C103A 
C103B 
C203C 
C203D 



C60 



1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
716 
716 

716 
716 
858 
858 



31 



Type 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



JANTX1 
JANTX1 
JANTX1 
JANTX1 
JANTX1 
JANTX1 
JANTX1 
JANTX1 
JANTX1 
JANTX1 



N3671A.RA 

N3766.R 

N3768.R 

N3893 R 

N3890, R 

N3891 R 

N3910.R 

N3909.R 

N3911.R 

N3912.R 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 
RECTIFIER 



JANTX1N3913.R 


GE 


RECTIFIER 


JANTX1N4148-1 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


JANTX1N4153 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


JANTX1N4150 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


JANTX1N4454 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


JANTX1N4532 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


JANTX2N2329 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2326A 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2328 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2323 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2324 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2323A 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2326 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2324A 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2326A 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2328 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2324A 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2324 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2323 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2329 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2326 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N2323A 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N489A 


GE 


UJTTRAN 


JANTX2N494A 


GE 


UJT TRAN 


JANTX2N492A 


GE 


UJT TRAN 


JANTX2N490A 


GE 


UJT TRAN 


JANTX2N493A 


GE 


UJT TRAN 


JANTX2N491A 


GE 


UJTTRAN 


JANTX2N688 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N682 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N685 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N683 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N689 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N687 


GE 


SCR 


JANTX2N686 


GE 


SCR 


JANTXV1N4531 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


JANTXV1N4148-1 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


JANTXV1N4532 


GE 


SIG DIODE 


L14F1 


GE 


OPTO DET 


L14F2 


GE 


OPTO DET 


L14G1 


GE 


OPTO DET 


L14G2 


GE 


OPTO DET 


L14G3 


GE 


OPTO DET 


L14H1 


GE 


OPTO DET 


L14H2 


GE 


OPTO DET 


L14H3 


GE 


OPTO DET 


L14H4 


GE 


OPTO DET 


L811A 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L811B 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L811F 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L811G 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L811U 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L8A 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L8B 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L8F 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L8G 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L8U 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L911A 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L911B 


GE 


OPTO SCR 


L911F 


GE 


OPTO SCR 



L911G 

L911U 

L9A 

L9B 

L9F 

L9G 

L9U 

L SERIES 

LED55B 

LED55BF 

LED55C 

LED55CF 

LED56 

LED56F 

M21C 

M21CA 

M23C 

M23CA 

M46-73 SERIES 

MA1701 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



OPTO SCR 
OPTO SCR 
OPTO SCR 
OPTO SCR 
OPTO SCR 
OPTO SCR 
OPTO SCR 
GE-MOV 
IR LED 
IRLED 



GE IR LED 
GE IR LED 
GE IR LED 
GE IR LED 
MATJ SCR 
MATJ SCR 
MATJ SCR 
MATJ SCR 
GE PELLETS 
GE SIG DIODE 



Page 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



213 
209 
209 
249 
249 
249 
253 
253 
253 
253 

253 
205 
262 
258 
262 
262 
653 
653 
653 
653 

653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 

653 
653 
298 
298 
298 
298 
298 
298 
306 
306 

306 
306 
306 
306 
306 
205 
205 
262 
1335 
1335 

1337 
1337 
1337 
1339 
1339 
1339 
1339 
1329 
1329 
1329 

1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 

1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 
1329 
1418 
1341 
1341 

1341 
1341 
1341 
1341 



CF 
1343 



C203B 
C203D 
C107B1 
C107B1 



858 
858 
728 
728 



Type 



MA1702 
MA1703 
MA1704 
MA8001 
MA8003 
MA SERIES 
MAC10-1 
MAC 10-2 
MAC 10-3 
MAC 10-4 

MAC 10-5 
MAC 10-6 
MAC 10-7 
MAC 10-8 
MAC11-1 
MAC 11-2 
MAC 11-3 
MAC11-4 
MAC 11 -5 
MAC11-6 

MAC 11 -7 
MAC 11-8 
MAC36-1 
MAC36-2 
MAC36-3 
MAC36-4 
MAC36-5 
MAC36-7 
MAC36-8 
MAC37-1 

MAC37-2 
MAC37-3 
MAC37-4 
MAC37-5 
MAC37-6 
MAC37-7 
MAC38-2 
MAC38-3 
MAC38-4 
MAC38-5 

MAC38-6 

MAC38-7 

MAC40688 

MAC40689 

MAC40690 

MAC40795 

MAC40796 

MAC40797 

MAC40798 

MAC40799 

MAC40800 

MAC40801 

MAC4688 

MAC4689 

MAC4690 

MAC5441 

MAC5442 

MAC5443 

MAC5444 

MAC5445 

MAC5446 

MCA230 

MCA231 

MCA255 

MCA81 

MCA8 

MCH2005F 

MCR101 

MCR102 

MCR103 

MCR104 

MCR106-1 

MCR106-2 

MCR 106-3 

MCR106-4 

MCR106-6 

MCR106-8 

MCR107-1 

MCR107-2 

MCR107-3 

MCR 107-4 

MCR107-6 

MCR107-8 

MCR115 

MCR120 

MCR1718-5 

MCR1718-6 

MCR1718-7 

MCR1718-8 

MCR1907-1 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 

MOT 

MOT 

MOT 

MOT 



SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
SIG DIODE 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
GE-MOV 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 



134: 
134: 
134; 



142f 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MOT 


TRIAC 


MTO 


OPTO COUPL 


MTO 


OPTO COUPL 


MTO 


OPTO COUPL 


MTO 


OPTO COUPL 


MTO 


OPTO COUPL 




PWR TRAN 


MOT 


SCR 


MOT 


SCR 


MOT 


SCR 



MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 
MOTA SCR 
MOTA SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 



D40E5 
D40E7 

SC146B 
SC146B 
SC146B 
SC146B 

SC146D 
SC146D 
SC146E 
SC146M 
SC146B 
SC146B 
SC146B 
SC146B 
SC146D 
SC146D 

SC146E 
SC146M 
SC260B 
SC260B 
SC260B 
SC260B 
SC260D 
SC260E 
SC260M 
SC261B 

SC261B 
SC261B 
SC261B 
SC261D 
SC261D 
SC261E 
SC260B 
SC260B 
SC260B 
SC260D 

SC260D 

SC260E 

SC265B2 

SC265D2 

SC265M2 

SC246M 

SC245M 

SC246M 

SC245M 

SC245B2 

SC245D2 

SC245M2 

SC265B2 

SC265D2 

SC265M2 

SC266B 

SC266D 

SC266M 

SC265B 

SC265D 

SC265M 

H11B3 

H11B2 

H11B255 

H13B2 

H13B1 

D40C1 

C203Q 

C203Y 

C203YY 

C203A 

C106Y1 

C106A1 

C106A1 

C106B1 

C106D1 

C106M1 

C107Y1 

C107A1 

C107A1 

C107B1 

C107D1 

C107M1 

C203G 

C203B 

2N3652 

2N3653 

C144E15E 

C144M15M 

C140F 



1109 
1109 

1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 

1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 

1381 
1381 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 

1293 

1293 

1295 

1311 

1311 

1101 

858 

858 

858 

858 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
728 
728 
728 

728 
728 
728 
858 
858 
783 
783 
791 
791 
783 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



32 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



MCR1907-2 

MCR1907-3 

MCR1907-4 

MCR 1907-5 

MCR1907-6 

MCR220-5 

MCR220-7 

MCR220-9 

MCR221-5 

MCR221-7 

MCR221-9 

MCR2315-1 

MCR2315-2 

MCR2315-3 

MCR2315-4 

MCR2315-5 

MCR2315-6 

MCR2604-1 

MCR2604-2 

MCR2604-3 

MCR2604-4 
MCR2604-5 
MCR2604-6 
MCR2604-7 
MCR2604-8 
MCR2605-1 
MCR2605-2 
MCR2605-3 
MCR2605-4 
MCR2605-5 

MCR2605-6 

MCR2605-7 

MCR2605-8 

MCR2614L-3 

MCR2614L-2 

MCR2614L-4 

MCR2614L-1 

MCR2614L-6 

MCR2614L-5 

MCR3000-1 

MCR30O0-2 
MCR3000-3 
MCR3000-4 
MCR3000-5 
MCR300O-6 
MCR3000-7 
MCR3000-8 
MCR3000-9 
MCR3818-1 
MCR3818-2 

MCR3818-3 
MCR3818-4 
MCR3818-5 
MCR3818-6 
MCR3818-7 
MCR3818-8 
MCR3835-1 
MCR3835-2 
MCR3835-3 
MCR3835-4 

MCR3835-5 
MCR3835-6 
MCR3835-7 
MCR3835-8 
MCR3918-1 
MCR3918-2 
MCR3918-3 
MCR3918-4 
MCR3918-5 
MCR3918-6 

MCR3918-7 
MCR3918-8 
MCR3935-1 
MCR3935-2 
MCR3935-3 
MCR3935-4 
MCR3935-5 
MCR3935-6 
MCR3935-8 
MCR406-1 

MCR406-2 
MCR406-3 
MCR406-4 
MCR407-1 
MCR407-2 
MCR407-3 
MCR407-4 
MCR649-1 
MCR649-2 
MCR649-3 



MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 
MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 

MOT SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C140F 


783 


C140A 


783 


C140B 


783 


CHOC 


783 


C140D 


783 


C126C 


763 


C126E 


763 


C126S 


763 


ZJ436C 


CF 


ZJ436E 


CF 


ZJ436S 


CF 


C220UX300 


CF 


C220FX300 


CF 


C220AX30O 


CF 


C220BX300 


CF 


C220CX300 


CF 


C220DX300 


CF 


C222UX203 


CF 


C222FX203 


CF 


C222AX203 


CF 


C222BX203 


CF 


C222CX203 


CF 


C222DX203 


CF 


C222EX203 


CF 


C222MX203 


CF 


C222UX203 


CF 


C222FX203 


CF 


C222AX203 


CF 


C222BX203 


CF 


C222CX203 


CF 


C2220X203 


CF 


C222EX243 


CF 


C222MX203 


CF 


C222AX203 


CF 


C222FX203 


CF 


C222BX203 


CF 


C222UX203 


CF 


C222DX203 


CF 


C222CX203 


CF 


C122F 


747 


C122F 


747 


C122A 


747 


C122B 


747 


C122C 


747 


C122D 


747 


C122E 


747 


C122M 


747 


C122S 


747 


C232UX240 


CF 


C232FX240 


CF 


C232AX240 


CF 


C232BX240 


CF 


C232CX240 


CF 


C232DX240 


CF 


C232EX240 


CF 


C232MX240 


CF 


C229UX10 


CF 


C229FX10 


CF 


C223AX10 


CF 


C229BX10 


CF 


C229CX10 


CF 


C229DX10 


CF 


C229EX10 


CF 


C229MX10 


CF 


C230UX240 


CF 


C230FX240 


CF 


C230AX240 


CF 


C230BX240 


CF 


C230CX240 


CF 


C230DX240 


CF 


E230EX240 


CF 


C230MX240 


CF 


C228UX10 


CF 


C228FX10 


CF 


C228AX10 


CF 


C228BX10 


CF 


C228CX10 


CF 


:228DX10 


CF 


0228MX10 


CF 


C108Y1 


733 


C108A1 


733 


C108A1 


733 


"108B1 


733 


:108Y1 


733 


:i08Ai 


733 


C108A1 


733 


C108B1 


733 


:232U 


874 


:232F 


874 


:232A 


874 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



MCR649-4 

MCR649-5 

MCR649-6 

MCR649-7 

MCS2400 

MCS2 

MCT26 

MCT2 

MCT2E 

MCT81 

MCT8 

MJ2249 

MJ2250 

MJ2251 

MJ2252 

MJ2253 

MJ2264 

MJ3101 

MJ3201 

MJ3202 

MJ3701 

MJ400 

MJ4101 

MJ420 

MJ421 

MJ8100 

MJE101 

MJE102 

MJE103 

MJE106 

MJE105K 

MJE170 

MJE171 

MJE172 

MJE180 

MJE181 

MJE182 

MJE200 

MJE201 

MJE2O20 

MJE2021 

MJE202 

MJE203 

MJE2O50 

MJE205 

MJE205K 

MJE210 

MJE2150 

MJE220 

MJE221 

MJE222 
MJE223 
MJE224 
MJE225 
MJE230 
MJE231 
MJE232 
MJE233 
MJE234 
MJE235 

MJE2370 

MJE2371 

MJE240 

MJE241 

MJE242 

MJE2480 

MJE2481 

MJE2482 

MJE2483 

MJE250 

MJE251 

MJE2520 

MJE2521 

MJE2622 

MJE2523 

MJE252 

MJE2801 

MJE2901 

MJE2955 

MJE3054 

MJE3055 

MJE3370 

MJE3371 

MJE340 

MJE340K 

MJE341 

MJE341K 

MJE3440 

MJE344 

MJE344K 



MOT 
MOT 
MOT 
MOT 
MTO 
MTO 
MTO 
MTO 
MTO 
MTO 



SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

OPTO 

OPTO 

OPTO 

OPTO 

OPTO 

OPTO 



COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 
COUPL 



MTO OPTO COUPL 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C232B 
C232C 
C2320 
C232E 
H11C6 
H11C3 
H11A5 
H11A2 
H11A3 
H13A2 

H13A1 

D44C7 

044C10 

D42R1 

D42R2 

045C7 

D45C10 

D44C4 

044R1 

D44R3 

D45C4 
D42R2 
D44C5 
D40N1 
D40N4 
D43C8 
D45C6 
D45C8 
D45C8 
D45H7 

D45H7 

D43C5 

D43C8 

D43C11 

D42C5 

D42C8 

D42C11 

D44C3 

044C6 

D44H4 

044H7 
D44C8 
D44C8 
D44C6 
D44C8 
D44H7 
D45C3 
D45C3 
D44C6 
D44C5 

D44C4 
D44C9 
D44C8 
D44C7 
D45C6 
D45C5 
D45C4 
D45C9 
D45C8 
D45C7 

D45C5 

D45C8 

D44C12 

D44C11 

D44C10 

D44C5 

D44C8 

D44C5 

D44C8 

D46C12 

D45C11 

D44C5 

D44C8 

D44C5 

D44C8 

D45C10 

D44H7 

D45H7 

D45H7 

D44C7 

D44H7 
D45C2 
D45C6 
D44R6 
D44R6 
D42R1 
D44R5 
D44R3 
D42R1 
44R5 



874 

874 

874 

874 

1303 

1299 

1279 

1275 

1277 

1307 

1309 
1147 
1147 
1139 
1139 
1163 
1163 
1147 
1159 
1159 

1163 
1139 
1147 
1117 
1117 
1143 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1171 

1171 
1143 
1143 
1143 
1135 
1135 
1135 
1147 
1147 
1155 

1155 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1155 
1163 
1163 
1147 
1147 

1147 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 

1163 
1163 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1163 

1163 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1163 
1155 
1171 
1171 
1147 

1155 
1163 
1163 
1159 
1159 
1139 
1159 
1159 
1139 
1159 



33 



Type 



MJE3520 

MJE3521 

MJE370 

MJE370K 

MJE371 

MJE371K 

MJE488 

MJE520 

MJE520K 

MJES21 

MJE521K 

MJE700 

MJE701 

MJE702 

MJE703 

MJE800 

MJE801 

MJE802 

MJE803 

MM1619 

MM 1803 
MM1812 
MM2258 
MM2259 
MM2260 
MM2261 
MM2263 
MM3001 
MM3002 
MM3003 

MM30O4 
MM3008 
MM3009 
MM3724 
MM3725 
MM3726 
MM4019 
MM4020 
MM4429 
MM4430 

MOC1000 

MOC1001 

MOC1002 

MOC1003 

MOC1005 

MOC1006 

MOC1200 

MP8111 

MP8112 

MP8211 

MP8212 

MP8221 

MP8222 

MPA SERIES 

MPS3638 

MPS3702 

MPS3703 

MPS3704 

MPS3705 

MPS3706 

MPS3838 

MPS3838A 

MPS4354 

MPS4355 

MPS4356 

MPS5172 

MPS6076 

MPS6512 

MPS6513 

MPS6514 

MPS6515 
MPS6516 
MPS6517 
MPS6518 
MPS6519 
MPS6530 
MPS6531 
MPS6532 
MPS6533 
MPS6534 

MPS6535 
MPS6560 
MPS6561 
MPS6562 
MPS6663 
MPS6565 
MPS6565 
MPS6566 
MPS6566 
MPS6571 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



Page 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 





PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


MOTA OPTO COUPL 


MOTA OPTO COUPL 


MOTA OPTO COUPL 


MOTA OPTO COUPL 


MOTA OPTO COUPL 


MOTA OPTO COUPL 


MOTA OPTO COUPL 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


GF 


PELLETS 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 




SIG TRAN 




SIG TRAN 




SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GF 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 


GE 


SIG TRAN 



GE 
GE 



SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



D44C2 
D44C5 
D45C2 
D45C2 
D45C6 
D45H4 
D44C8 
D44C2 
D44C2 
D44C6 



CF 
1358 
1360 
1360 
1363 
1363 
1363 

1358 
1358 



1364 
1364 
1365 
1365 
1365 

1365 
1365 
1365 
1365 
1365 
1368 
1368 
1368 
1370 
1370 
1370 



1372 
1372 



GES4354 
GES4355 
GES4356 



CF 



GES6560 
GES6561 
GES6562 
GES6563 
MPS6565 



MPS6566 



1147 
1147 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1147 



D44H4 


1155 


D45E2 


1167 


D45E2 


1167 


545E3 


1167 


D45E3 


1167 


D44E2 


1151 


D44E2 


1151 


D44E3 


1151 


D44E3 


1151 


D44C1 


1147 


D40E1 


1109 


D40N1 


1117 


D44R2 


1159 


D44R2 


1159 


D44R2 


1159 


D40E7 


1109 


D44R2 


1159 


D44R1 


1159 


D40N1 


1117 


D40N3 


1117 


D40E1 


1109 


D44R2 


1159 


D44R2 


1159 


D40E1 


1109 


D40E7 


1109 


D43C8 


1143 


D41E5 


1129 


D45C3 


1163 


040E5 


1109 


D40E5 


1109 


4N26 


531 


4N25 


531 


4N27 


531 


4N28 


531 


H11A520 


1285 


H11A520 


1285 


4N30 


533 


D44C8 


1147 


D44C8 


1147 


D44C5 


1147 


D44C6 


1147 


D44C5 


1147 


D44C6 


1147 



CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
1372 



1372 



Type 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



Page 



MPS6573 
MPS6574 
MPS6575 
MPS6576 
MPS8097 
MPS A70 
MPS D05 
MPS D06 
MPS D55 
MPS 056 

MPS L01 
MPSA05 
MPSA06 
MPSA12 
MPSA13 
MPSA14 
MPSA20 
MPSA55 
MPSA56 
MPSA65 

MPSA66 

MPSA70 

MPS-A09 

MPSU01 

MPSU01A 

MPSU02 

MPSU03 

MPSU04 

MPSU05 

MPSU06 

MPSU10 

MPSU31 

MPSU45 

MPSU51 

MPSU51A 

MPSU52 

MPSU55 

MPSU56 

MPSU95 

MRD300 

MRD3050 

MRD3051 

MRD3052 

MRD3053 

MRD3054 

MRD3055 

MRD3056 

MRD310 

MSA7505 

MSA8505 

MSA8506 

MSA8508 

MSP15 

MSP20 

MSP25 

MSP30 

MST105 

MST15 

MST20 

MST20B 

MST20S 

MST25 

MST30 

MST30B 

MST30S 

MT1070 

NCT200 

NCT260 

NL511-3 

NL511-4 

NL511-6 

NL570A 

NL570B 

NL570C 

NL570D 

NL570E 

NL570M 

NL576B 

NL576C 

NL576D 

NL576E 

NL576M 

NL576N 

NL576P 

NL576PA 

NL576PB 

NL576S 

NL576T 

NL577B 

NL577C 



SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 

SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 

SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
MOTA OPTO DET 



GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 



MOTA 
MOTA 
MOTA 
MOTA 
MOTA 
MOTA 
MOTA 
MOTA 



NSC 
NSC 
NAT 
NAT 

NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 
NAT 



OPTO DET 
OPTO DET 
OPTO DET 
OPTO DET 
OPTO DET 
OPTO DET 
OPTO DET 
OPTO DET 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
SCR 
SCR 

SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
1357 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 

CF 
1345 
1345 
1347 
1349 
1349 
1351 
1353 
1353 
1355 

1355 
1357 



MPS-A09 

D40E1 

D40E5 

D40E5 

D40P1 

D40P3 

D40E5 

D40E7 

D40N3 
D40E7 
D40K2 
D41E1 
D41E5 
D41E5 
D41E5 
D41E7 
D41K2 
L14G1 

L14G2 
L14G2 
L14G2 
L14G2 
L14G2 
L14G2 
L14G1 
L14G2 
D44C1 
D44C1 

D42C1 
D42C1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R3 
D44R2 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 

D44R2 

D44R1 

D44R3 

D44R3 

D44R4 

D40E1 

H11A5 

H11A5 

C137NX74 

C137PX74 

C137PBX74 

C234A 

C234B 

C234C 

C234D 

C234E 

C234M 

C147B 

C147C 

C147D 

C147E 

C147M 

C147N 

C147P 

C147PA 

C147PB 

C147S 

C147T 

C147B 

C147C 



CF 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1121 
1121 
1109 
1109 

1117 
1109 
1113 
1129 
1129 
1129 
1129 
1129 
1129 
1337 

1337 
1337 
1337 
1337 
1337 
1337 
1337 
1337 
1147 
1147 

1136 
1135 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 

1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1109 
1279 
1279 
CF 
CF 

CF 
880 
880 
880 
880 
880 
880 
799 
799 
799 

799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



34 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



NL577D 

NL577E 

NL577M 

NL577N 

NL577P 

NL577PA 

NL577PB 

NL577S 

NL577T 

NL578B 

NL578D 

NL578E 

NL578M 

NL578N 

NL578P 

NL578PA 

NL578PB 

NL578S 

NL578T 

NL579B 

NL579C 

NL579D 

NL579E 

NL579M 

NL579N 

NL579P 

NL579PA 

NL579PB 

NL579S 

NL579T 

NLC135A 

NLC135B 

NLC135C 

NLC135D 

NLC135E 

NLC135M 

NLC135N 

NLC135S 

NLC35A 

NLC35B 

NLC35C 
NLC35D 
NLC3BE 
NLC35G 
NLC35H 
NLC35M 
NLC35N 
NLC35S 
NLC36A 
NLC36B 

NLC36C 
NLC36D 
NLC36E 
NLC36G 
NLC36H 
NLC36M 
NLC36N 
NLC36S 
NLC37A 
NLC37B 

NLC37C 
NLC37D 
NLC37E 
NLC37M 
NLC38A 
NLC38B 
NLC38C 
NLC38D 
NLC38E 
NLC38G 

NLC38H 
NLC40A 
NLC40B 
NLC40C 
NLC40D 
NLC40E 
NLC40G 
NLC40H 
NLC45A 
NLC45B 

NLC45C 

NLC45D 

NLC45E 

NLC45G 

NLC45H 

NLC45M 

NLC45N 

NLC45P 

NLC45PA 

NLC45PB 



NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C147D 

C147E 

C147M 

C147N 

C147P 

C147PA 

C147PB 

C147S 

C147T 

C147B 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



C45C 

C45D 

C45E 

C45G 

C45H 

C45M 

C45N 

C45P 

C45PA 

C45PB 



799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 



C147D 


799 


C147E 


799 


C147M 


799 


C147N 


799 


C147P 


799 


C147PA 


799 


C147PB 


799 


C147S 


799 


C147T 


799 


C147B 


799 


C147C 


799 


C147D 


799 


C147E 


799 


C147M 


799 


C147N 


799 


C147P 


799 


C147PA 


799 


C147PB 


799 


C147S 


799 


C147T 


799 


C137AX49 


CF 


C137BX49 


CF 


C137CX49 


CF 


C137DX49 


CF 


C137EX49 


CF 


C137MX49 


CF 


C137NX49 


CF 


C137SX49 


CF 


C35A 


675 


C35B 


675 


C35C 


675 


C35D 


675 


C35E 


675 


C35G 


675 


C35H 


675 


C35M 


675 


C35N 


675 


C35S 


675 


C36A 


328 


C36B 


328 


C36C 


328 


C36D 


328 


C36E 


328 


C36G 


328 


C36H 


328 


C36M 


328 


C36N 


328 


C36S 


328 


C37A 


679 


C37B 


679 


C37C 


679 


C37D 


679 


C37E 


679 


C37M 


679 


C38A 


683 


C38B 


683 


C38C 


683 


C38D 


683 


C38E 


683 


C38G 


683 


C38H 


683 


C140AX158 


CF 


C140BX158 


CF 


C140CX158 


CF 


C140DX158 


CF 


C139E10E 


775 


C140BX158 


CF 


C140CX158 


CF 


C45A 


689 


C45B 


689 



689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



NLC45S 
NLC45T 
NLC46A 
NLC46B 
NLC46C 
NLC46Q 
NLC46E 
NLC46G 
NLC46H 
NLC46M 

NLC46N 

NLC46P 

NLC46PA 

NLC46PB 

NLC46S 

NLC46T 

NL-1580 

NL-578 

NL-579 

NL-C150 

NL-C151 
NL-C152 
NL-C153 
NL-C154 
NL-C155 
NL-C156 
NL-C157 
NL-C178 
NL-C180 
NL-C181 

NL-C185 

NL-C350 

NL-C354 

NL-C355 

NL-C380 

NL-C385 

NL-C45 

NL-C46 

NL-C501 

NL-C50 

NL-C52 

NL-C55 

NL-C56 

NL-C601 

NL-C60 

NL-C62 

NL-F150 

NL-F151 

NL-F152 

NL-F153 

NL-F154 
NL-F155 
NL-F156 
NL-F157 
NL-F158 
NL-F159 
NL-F180 
NL-F185 
NL-F358 
NL-F380 

NL-F385 

NL-F390 

NL-F394 

NL-F395 

NL-F397 

NL-F398 

NL-F701 

OP 130 

0P131 

0P132 

OP133 

OPB120 

OPB242 

0PB243 

0PB800 

0PB800S 

0PB803 

0PB806 

OPB813 

OPB814 

OPI2150 
OPI2151 
OPI2152 
OPI2153 
OPI2250 
OPI2251 
OPI2252 
OPI2253 
OPI3150 
OPI3151 



NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 

NAT SCR 



NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


NAT 


SCR 


OPI 


IRLED 


OPI 


IRLED 


OPI 


IRLED 


OPI 


IRLED 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 


OPI 


OPTO COUPL 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C45S 
C45T 
C46A 
C46B 
C46C 
C46D 
C46E 
C46G 
C46H 
C46M 



C154 
C155 
C156 
C157 
C158 
C159 
C180 
C185 
C358 
C380 

C385 

C390 

C394 

C395 

C397 

C398 

C701/C450 

LED56 

LED55B 

LED55C 

LED55C 

H13A1 

H13A1 

H13B1 

H13A1 

H13A1 

H13B1 

H13A1 

H13A1 

H13B1 

H11A4 
H11A4 
H11A2 
H11A1 
H11A3 
H11A3 
H11 A3 
H11A1 
H11B2 
H11B2 



689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 
689 



C46N 


689 


C46P 


689 


C46PA 


689 


C46PB 


689 


C46S 


689 


C46T 


689 


C390/C391 


936 


C147 


799 


C147 


799 


C150 


818 


C155 


823 


C152 


818 


C157 


823 


C154 


823 


C155 


823 


C156 


823 


C157 


823 


C180 


842 


C180 


842 


C180 


842 


C185 


851 


C350 


886 


C354 


891 


C355 


891 


C380 


912 


C386 


921 


C45 


689 


C46 


689 


C390/C391 


936 


C50 


707 


C52 


818 


C154 


823 


C156 


823 


C440/C441 


966 


C60 


712 


C62 


712 


C150 


818 


C155 


823 


C152 


823 


C157 


823 



823 
823 
823 
823 
830 
830 
842 
851 
898 
912 

921 

936 

947 

947 

958 

958 

1029 

1347 

1347 

1347 

1347 
1309 
1309 
1311 
1309 
1309 
1311 
1309 
1309 
1311 

1277 
1277 
1275 
1275 
1277 
1277 
1277 
1275 
1293 
1293 



35 



Type 



OPI3152 

OPI3153 

OPI3251 

OPI3252 

OPI3253 

PA SERIES 

PPR1006 

PPR1008 

PS020 

PS030 

PS035 

PS08 

PS 120 

PS 130 

PS135 

PS18 

PS220 

PS230 

PS235 

PS28 

PS320 

PS330 

PS355 

PS38 

PS420 

PS430 

PS435 

PS48 

PS520 

PS530 

PS535 

PS58 

PS620 

PS630 

PS635 

PS68 

PSIB110 

PSIBD125 

PSIBD150 

PSIC160 

PSIC235 

PSICD160 

PSICD250 

PSIF180 

PSIF220 

PSIF300 

PSIF400 

PSIF500 

PSIF600 

PSIFD600 

PSIFD900 

PSIG300 

PSIG400 

PSIG500 

PSIG650 

PSIG850 

PSIG950 

PSIGD1400 

PSIGD800 

PSIH1000 

PSIH1200 

PSIH1400 

PSIH1600 

PSIH1800 

PSIH2000 

PSIH800 

PSIHD1500 

PT010 

PT015 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



OPT0 COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
GE-MOV 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

HUT SCR 

HUT SCR 



OPI 
OPI 
OPI 
OPI 
OPI 
GE 



Suggested GE 
Re placement 

Type Page 



HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


PS I 


SCR 


PSI 


RECTIFIER 


PSI 


RECTIFIER 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


RECTIFIER 


PSI 


RECTIFIER 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


RECTIFIER 


PSI 


RECTIFIER 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


RECTIFIER 


PSI 


RECTIFIER 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


SCR 


PSI 


RECTIFIER 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 



1432 



H11B3 
H11B1 
H11B1 
H11B1 
H11B1 

D42C5 
D42C8 
C232F 
C229FX11 



1293 
1293 
1293 
1293 
1293 

1135 

1135 

874 

CF 



C229FX11 


CF 


C222F 


862 


:232A 


874 


C229AX11 


CF 


:229AX11 


CF 


C222A 


862 


C232B 


874 


C229BX11 


CF 


C229BX11 


CF 


C222B 


862 


C232C 


874 


C229CX11 


CF 


C229CX11 


CF 


C222C 


862 


C232D 


874 


C22DX11 


CF 


C229DX11 


CF 


C222D 


862 


C232E 


874 


C229EX11 


CF 


C229EX11 


CF 


C222E 


862 


C232M 


874 


C229MX11 


CF 


C229MX11 


CF 


C222M 


862 


C165 


838 


A180 


581 


A180 


581 


C185/C186 


851 


C185/C186 


851 


A190 


643 


A190 


643 


C390/C391 


936 


C390/C391 


936 


C390/C391 


936 


C390/C391 


936 


C390/C391 


936 


C390 


936 


A430/A540 


600 


A430/A540 


600 


C390/C391 


936 


C390/C391 


936 


C390/C391 


936 


C390/C391 


936 


C390/C391 


936 


C440/C441 


966 


A570/A640 


613 


A430/A540 


600 


C460/C451 


CF 


C450/C451 


CF 


C450/C451 


CF 


C450 


CF 


C450 


CF 


C450 


CF 


C450/C451 


CF 


A570/A640 


613 


SC246B 


1393 


SC251B 


1393 


SC261B 


1393 



PT025 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC261B 


PT030 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC266B 


PT040 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC266B 


PT06 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC241B 


PT08 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC246B 


PT110 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC246B 


PT115 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC251B 


PT125 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC261B 


PT130 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC266B 


PT140 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC266B 


PT1544 




PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


PT1545 




PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


PT1558 




PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


PT1569 




PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


PT16 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC241B 


PT18 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC246B 


PT210 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC246B 


PT215 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC251B 


PT225 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC261B 


PT230 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC266B 


PT240 


HUT 


TRIAC 


SC266B 



1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1109 

1109 
1109 
1109 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



PT2525A 

PT2620 

PT2630 

PT2635 

PT2640 

PT2660 

PT2670 

PT26 

PT28 

PT310 

PT315 

PT325 

PT330 

PT340 

PT3502 

PT3503 

PT36 

PT38 

PT410 

PT415 

PT425 

PT430 

PT440 

PT4690 

PT46 

PT4816 

PT48 

PT510 

PT515 

PT525 

PT530 

PT540 

PT5693 

PT56 

PT58 

PT600 

PT601 

PT610 

PT612 

PT615 

PT625 

PT630 

PT640 

PT6618 

PT665 

PT6696 

PT66 

PT68 

PT896 

Q2001L4 

Q2001M 

Q2001P 

Q2003L3 

Q2003L4 

Q2003P3 

Q2O03P 

Q2004A 

Q2004B 

Q2004L4 

Q2004R4 

Q2006A 

Q2006B 

Q2006G 

Q2006H 

Q2006L4 

Q2006N 

Q2006R4 

0.2008A 

Q2008B 

Q2008G 

Q2008H 

Q2008L4 

Q2008N 

Q2008R4 

Q2010A 

Q2010B 

Q2010G 

Q2010H 

Q2010L4 

Q2010N 

Q2010R4 

Q2015A 

Q2015B 

Q2015G 

Q2015H 

Q2015N 

Q2015R5 

Q2025C 

Q2025D 

Q2025G 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 



HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 




PWR TRAN 


HUT 


TRIAC 




PWR TRAN 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 




PWR TRAN 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


HUT 


TRIAC 




PWR TRAN 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 




PWR TRAN 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCF 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCF 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCF 


TRIAC 


TCF 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



D44R1 

D40E5 

D40E7 

D42C7 

D40E5 

D40E5 

D40E7 

SC241B 

SC246B 

SC246D 

SC251D 

SC261D 

SC266D 

SC266D 

D40E5 

D40E1 

SC241D 

SC246D 

SC246D 

SC251D 

SC261D 

SC266D 

SC266D 

D42C4 

SC241D 

D40E1 

SC246D 

SC246E 

SC251E 

SC261E 

SC266E 

SC266E 

D44C1 

SC241E 

SC246E 

D42C5 

D42C5 

SC246M 

D42C8 

SC251M 

SC261M 

SC266M 

SC266M 

D40E1 

D44C8 

D40E5 

SC241M 

SC246M 

D40E7 

SC136B 

SC136B 

SC136B 

SC140B 

SC140BX125 

SC136B 

SC136B 

SC240B4 

SC240B2 

SC140BX125 

SC141BX125 

SC240B4 

SC240B2 

SC241B 

SC240B 

SC140BX125 

SC240B2 

SC141BX125 

SC245B4 

SC245B2 

SC246B 

SC245B 

SC142BX125 

SC245B2 

SC143BX125 

SC245B4 

SC245B2 

SC246B 

SC245B 

SC147BX125 

SC245B2 



1159 
1109 
1109 
1135 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1109 
1109 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1135 
1393 
1109 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1147 
1393 
1393 
1135 
1135 
1393 
1135 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1109 
1147 
1109 
1393 
1393 
1109 
1377 

1377 

1377 

1381 

CF 

1377 

1377 

1393 

1393 

CF 

CF 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

CF 
1393 

CF 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 

CF 

1393 

CF 

1393 

1393 

1393 

1393 

CF 

1393 



TCE 


TRIAC 


SC146BX125 


CF 


TCE 


TRIAC 


SC250B4 


1393 


TCE 


TRIAC 


SC250B2 


1393 


TCE 


TRIAC 


SC251B 


1393 


TCE 


TRIAC 


SC250B 


1393 


TCE 


TRIAC 


SC250B2 


1393 


TCE 


TRIAC 


SC251B 


1393 


TCE 


TRIAC 


SC260B4 


1393 


TCE 


TRIAC 


SC260B2 


1393 


TCE 


TRIAC 


SC261B 


1393 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



36 



Type 



Q2025H 

Q2025N 

Q2040C 

Q2040D 

Q4001L4 

Q4001M 

Q4001P 

Q4003L3 

Q4003L4 

Q4003P3 

Q4003P 

Q4004A 

Q4004B 

Q4004L4 

Q4004R4 

Q4006A 

Q4006B 

Q4006G 

Q4006H 

Q4006L4 

Q4006N 

Q4006R4 

Q4008A 

Q4008B 

Q4008G 

Q4008H 

Q4008L4 

Q4O08N 

Q4008R4 

Q4010A 

Q4010B 

Q4010G 

Q4010H 

Q4010L4 

Q4010N 

Q4010R4 

Q4015A 

Q4015B 

Q4015G 

Q4015H 

Q4015N 

Q4015R5 

Q4025C 

Q4025D 

Q4025G 

Q4025H 

Q4025N 

Q4040C 

Q4040D 

Q5004A 

Q5004B 

Q5004L4 

Q5004R4 

Q5006A 

Q5006B 

Q5006G 

Q5006H 

Q5006L4 

Q5006N 

Q5006R4 

Q50O8A 

Q5008B 

Q5008G 

Q5008H 

Q5008L4 

Q5008N 

Q5O08R4 

Q5010A 

Q5010B 

Q5010G 

Q5010H 

Q5010L4 

Q5010N 

Q5010R4 

Q5015A 

Q5015B 

Q5015G 

Q5015H 

Q5015N 

Q5015R5 

Q5025C 

Q5025D 

Q5025G 

Q5025H 

Q5025N 

Q5040C 

Q5O40O 

Q6004A 

Q6004B 

Q6004L4 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Page Type 



TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 



TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 



TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 



TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 



TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 



Page 



SC260B 

SC260B2 

SC265B4 

SC265B2 

SC136D 

SC1360 

SC136D 

SC1400 

SC140DX125 

SC136D 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



SC260E4 

SC260E2 

SC261E 

SC260E 

SC260E2 

SC265E4 

SC265E2 

SC240M4 

SC240M2 

SC140MX125 



1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1377 
1377 
1377 
1381 
CF 
1377 



SC136D 


1377 


SC240D4 


1393 


SC24002 


1393 


SC140DX125 


CF 


SC141DX125 


CF 


SC240D4 


1393 


SC240D2 


1393 


SC241D 


1393 


SC240D 


1393 


SC140DX125 


CF 


SC240D2 


1393 


SC141DX125 


CF 


SC245D4 


1393 


SC245D2 


1393 


SC246D 


1393 


SC245D 


1393 


SC142DX125 


CF 


SC245D2 


1393 


SC143DX125 


CF 


SC245D4 


1393 


SC245D2 


1393 


SC2460 


1393 


SC245D 


1393 


SC1470X125 


CF 


SC245D2 


1393 


SC146DX125 


CF 


SC250D4 


1393 


SC250D2 


1393 


SC251D 


1393 


SC250D 


1393 


SC250D2 


1393 


SC151D 


1381 


SC260D4 


1393 


SC260D2 


1393 


SC2610 


1393 


SC260D 


1393 


SC260D2 


1393 


SC265D4 


1393 


SC26502 


1393 


SC240E4 


1393 


SC240E2 


1393 


SC140EX125 


CF 


SC141EX125 


CF 


SC240E4 


1393 


SC240E2 


1393 


SC241E 


1393 


SC240E 


1393 


SC140EX125 


CF 


SC240E2 


1393 


SC141EX125 


CF 


SC245E4 


1393 


SC245E2 


1393 


SC246E 


1393 


SC245E 


1393 


SC142EX125 


CF 


SC245E2 


1393 


SC143EX125 


CF 


SC245E4 


1393 


SC245E2 


1393 


SC246E 


1393 


SC245E 


1393 


SC147EX125 


CF 


SC245E2 


1393 


SC146EX125 


CF 


SC250E4 


1393 


SC250E2 


1393 


SC251E 


1393 


SC250E 


1393 


SC250E2 


1393 


SC151E 


1381 



1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
CF 



Type 



Q6004R4 

Q6006A 

Q6006B 

Q6006G 

Q6O06H 

Q6006L4 

Q60O6N 

Q6006R4 

Q6008A 

Q6008B 

Q6008G 

Q6008H 

Q6008L4 

Q6008N 

Q6008R4 

Q6O10A 

Q6O10B 

Q6010G 

Q6O10H 

Q6010L4 

Q6010N 

Q6010R4 

Q6015A 

Q6015B 

Q6015G 

Q6015H 

Q6015N 

Q6015R5 

Q6025C 

Q6025D 

Q6025G 

Q6025H 

Q6025N 

Q6040C 

Q6040D 

R502"08 

R502"10 

R600"20 

R600-25 

R602"20 

R602"25 
R610"2O 
R610"25 
R620"3O 
R620"40 
R622"35 
R622-40 
R720"06 
R720"09 
R720"12 

R722"05 

R722"06 

R722-08 

R920" 1 1 

RCA105 

RCA205 

RCA29 

RCA29A 

RCA29B 

RCA30 

RCA30A 

RCA30B 

RCA31 

RCA31A 

RCA31B 

RCA32 

RCA32A 

RCA32B 

RCA370 

RCA371 

RCA41 

RCA41A 

RCA41B 

RCA42 

RCA42A 

RCA42B 

RCA520 

RCA521 

RM3005 

RM3022 

RT116 

RTB0103 

RTB0106 

RTB0110 

RTBO120 

RTB0130 

RTB0140 

RTC0103 

RTC0106 

RTC0110 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 



TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 



TCE TRIAC 

TCE TRIAC 

TCE TRIAC 

TCE TRIAC 



TCE 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


ICb 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


ICb 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


ICb 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


ICb 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


ICb 


TRIAC 


ICb 


TRIAC 


TCE 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


ICb 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


ICE 


TRIAC 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 


WEST RECT 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 



PWR TRAN 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



SC141MX125 


CF 


SC240M4 


1393 


SC240M2 


1393 


SC241M 


1393 


SC240M 


1393 


SC140MX125 


CF 


SC240M2 


1393 


SC141MX125 


CF 


SC245M4 


1393 


SC245M2 


1393 


SC246M 


1393 


SC245M 


1393 


SC142MX125 


CF 


SC245M2 


1393 


SC143MX125 


CF 


SC245M4 


1393 


SC245M2 


1393 


SC246M 


1393 


SC245M 


1393 


SC147MX125 


CF 


SC245M2 


1393 


SC146MX125 


CF 


SC250M4 


1393 


SC250M2 


1393 


SC251M 


1393 


SC250M 


1393 


SC250M2 


1393 


SC151M 


1381 


SC260M4 


1393 


SC260M2 


1393 


SC261M 


1393 


SC260M 


1393 


SC260M2 


1393 


SC265M4 


1393 


SC265M2 


1393 


A177 


577 


A177 


577 


A190 


643 


A190 


643 


A197 


588 


A197 


588 


A190 


643 


A190 


643 


A390 


592 


A390 


592 


A397 


596 


A397 


596 


A430/A540 


600 


A430/ 


600 


A570/A640 


613 


A437 


603 


A437 


603 


A696 


616 


A570/A640 


613 


D45H4 


1171 


D45H4 


1171 


044C4 


1147 


D44C7 


1147 


D44C10 


1147 


D45C4 


1163 


D45C7 


1163 


D45C10 


1163 


D44C3 


1147 


D44C6 


1147 


D44C9 


1147 


D45C3 


1163 


D45C6 


1163 


D45C9 


1163 


045C2 


1163 


D45C6 


1163 


D44HF 


1155 


D44H7 


1155 


D44H10 


1155 


D45H4 


1171 


345H7 


1171 


D45H10 


1171 


344C2 


1147 


344C6 


1147 


340E7 


1109 


D40C4 


1101 



040E5 

C5F 

C5A 

C5A 

C5B 

C5C 

C5D 

C103Y 

C103YY 

C103A 



1109 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
653 
716 
716 
716 



37 



Type 



RTC0120 
RTC0130 
RTC0140 
RTJ0103 
RTJ0106 
RTJ0110 
RTJ0120 
RTJ0130 
RTJ0140 
RTJ0201 

RTJ0203 
RTJ0206 
RTJ0210 
RTJ0215 
RTJ0220 
RTJ0225 
RTJ0230 
RTL1510 
RTL1520 
RTL1540 

RTL1560 
RTN0102 
RTN0105 
RTN0110 
RTN0120 
RTN0130 
RTN0140 
RTN01B0 
RTN0160 
RTN0202 

RTN0205 
RTN0210 
RTN0220 
RTN0230 
RTN0240 
RTN0250 
RTN0260 
RTN0302 
RTN0305 
RTN0310 

RTN0320 
RTN0330 
RTN0340 
RTN0350 
RTN0360 
RTN0802 
RTN0805 
RTN0810 
RTN0820 
RTN0840 

RTN0860 
RTR0202 
RTR0205 
RTR0210 
RTR0220 
RTR0230 
RTR0240 
RTR0260 
RTR0260 
RTR0302 

RTR0305 
RTR0310 
RTR0320 
RTR0330 
RTR0340 
RTR0350 
RTR0360 
RTR0620 
RTR0660 
RTR1005 

RTR1010 
RTR1020 
RTR1040 
RTR1060 
RTS0202 
RTS0205 
RTS0210 
RTS0220 
RTS0230 
RTS0240 

RTS0250 
RTS0260 
RTS0502 
RTS0505 
RTS0510 
RTS0520 
RTS0530 
RTS0540 
RTS0550 
RTS0602 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 



TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 


TEC 


SCR 



TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C103B 

C103C 

C103D 

C203Y 

C203YY 

C203A 

C203B 

C203C 

C203D 

C203Q 

C203Y 

C203YY 

C203A 

C203G 

C203B 

C203C 

C203C 

ZJ436A 

ZJ436B 

ZJ436D 

ZJ436M 

C15U 

C15F 

C15A 

C15B 

C15C 

C15D 

C15E 

C15M 

C220U 

C220F 
C220A 
C220B 
C220C 
C220D 
C220E 
C220M 
C220U 
C220F 
C220A 

C220B 

C220C 

C220D 

C220E 

C220M 

C15U 

C15F 

C15A 

C15B 

C15D 

C15M 

C122U 

C122F 

C122A 

C122B 

C122C 

C122D 

C122E 

C122M 

C122U 

C122F 

C122A 

C122B 

C122C 

C122D 

C122E 

C122M 

C122B2 

C122M2 

C126F2 

C126A2 

C126B2 

C126D2 

C126M2 

C222U 

C222F 

C222A 

C222B 

C222C 

C222D 

C222E 

C222M 

C222UX304 

C222FX304 

C222AX304 

C222BX304 

C222CX304 

C222DX304 

C222EX304 

C232UX245 



716 
716 
716 
858 
858 
858 
858 
858 
858 
858 

858 
858 
858 
858 
858 
858 
858 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 
671 
671 
671 
671 
671 
671 
671 
671 
862 

862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 

862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
671 
671 
671 
671 
671 

671 
747 
747 
747 
747 
747 
747 
747 
747 
747 

747 
747 
747 
747 
747 
747 
747 
747 
747 
763 

763 
763 
763 
763 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 

862 
862 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 



Type 



RTS0605 
RTS0610 
RTS0620 
RTS0630 
RTS0640 
RTS0650 
RTS0660 
RTS0702 
RTS0705 
RTS0710 

RTS0720 
RTS0730 
RTS0740 
RTS0750 
RTS0760 
RTS1002 
RTS1005 
RTS1010 
RTS1020 
RTS1040 

RTS1060 
RTS1605 
RTS1610 
RTS1620 
RTS1640 
RTS1660 
RTS2505 
RTS2510 
RTS2520 
RTS2540 

RTS2560 
RTT0502 
RTT0505 
RTT0510 
RTT0520 
RTT0530 
RTT0540 
RTT0550 
RTT0560 
RTT2505 

RTT2510 
RTT2520 
RTT2540 
RTT2560 
RTU0102 
RTU0105 
RTU0110 
RTU0120 
RTU0130 
RTU0140 

RTU0150 
RTU0160 
RTU0202 
RTU0205 
RTU0210 
RTU0220 
RTU0230 
RTU0240 
RTU0250 
RTU0260 

RTU0602 
RTU0605 
RTU0610 
RTU0620 
RTU0630 
RTU0640 
RTU0650 
RTU0660 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 
TEC SCR 



TEC 
TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 



TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 
TEC SCR 



TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 



TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 
TEC SCR 



TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 
TEC SCR 



TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 
TEC SCR 



TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 
TEC SCR 



TEC 
TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 



TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 

TEC SCR 



TEC 
TEC 



SCR 
SCR 



TEC SCR 
TEC SCR 



RTU0705 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU0710 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU0720 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU0730 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU0740 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU0750 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU0760 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU1005 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU1010 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU1020 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU1040 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU1060 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU1605 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU1610 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU1620 


TEC 


SCR 


RTIM640 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU1660 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU2505 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU2510 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU2520 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU2540 


TEC 


SCR 


RTU2560 


TEC 


SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



C232FX245 

C232AX245 

C232BX245 

C232CX245 

C232DX245 

C232EX245 

C232MX245 

C229U 

C229F 

C229A 

C229B 
C229C 
C229D 
C229E 
C229M 
C222U 
C222F 
C222A 
C222B 
C222D 

C222M 

C232FX201 

C232AX201 

C232BX201 

C232DX201 

C232MX201 

C229F 

C229A 

C229B 

C229D 

C229M 

C140F 

C140F 

C140A 

C140B 

CHOC 

C140D 

C144E15E 

C144M15M 

C228F 

C228A 
C228B 
C228D 
C228M 
C230U 
C230F 
C230A 
C230B 
C230C 
C230D 

C230E 
C230M 
C230U 
C230F 
C230A 
C230B 
C230C 
C230D 
C230E 
C230M 

C230UX245 

C230FX245 

C230AX245 

C230BX245 

C230CX245 

C230DX245 

C230EX245 

C230MX245 

C228F 

C228A 

C228B 
C228C 



Page 



CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 
868 
868 
868 

868 
868 
868 
868 
868 
862 
862 
862 
862 
862 

862 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 
868 
868 
868 
868 

868 
783 
783 
783 
783 
783 
783 
791 
791 
868 

868 
868 
868 
868 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 

874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 

CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
CF 
868 
868 

868 
868 
868 





C228E 


868 




C228M 


868 




C220F 


862 




C220A 


862 




C220B 


862 




C220D 


862 




C220M 


862 




C230FX201 


CF 




C230AX201 


CF 




C230BX201 


CF 




C230DX201 


CF 




C230MX201 


CF 




C228F 


868 




C228A 


868 




C228B 


868 




C228D 


868 




C228M 


868 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



38 



Type 



S0300K 

S0300KS1 

S0300KS2 

S0300KS3 

S0301M 

S0301MS2 

SO301MS3 

S0303M 

S0303MS1 

S0303MS2 

S0303MS3 

S0303R 

S0303RS1 

S0303RS2 

S0303RS3 

S0306B 

S0306G 

S0306H 

S0306L 

S0308B 

S0308G 
S0308H 
S0308L 
S0310B 
S0310G 
S0310H 
S0310L 
S0316B 
S0316G 
S0316H 

S0325B 

S0325G 

S0325H 

S0335G 

S0335H 

S0500K 

S0500KS1 

S0500KS2 

S0500KS3 

S0501M 

S0501MS2 

S0501MS3 

S0503M 

S0503MS1 

S0503MS2 

S0503MS3 

S0506B 

S0506G 

S0506H 

S0506L 

S05O8B 
S0508G 
S0508H 
S0508L 
S0510B 
S0510G 
S0510H 
S0510L 
S0516B 
S0516G 

S0516H 

S0525B 

S0525G 

S0525H 

S0535G 

S0535H 

S1000 

S1000K 

S1000KS1 

S1000KS2 

S1000KS3 

S1001M 

S1001MS2 

S1001MS3 

S1003M 

S1003MS1 

S1003MS2 

S1003MS3 

S1003RS1 

S1003RS2 

S1003RS3 

S1006B 

S1006G 

S1006H 

S1006L 

S1008B 

S1008G 

S1008H 

S1008L 

S1010B 



TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



Page 



TCE SCR 
TCE SCR 



TCE 
TCE 



SCR 
SCR 



TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 




PWR TRAN 


ICb 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



C103YX180 

C103YX180 

C103Y 

C103YX193 

C6F 

C5F 

C6F 

C107Y1X1 

C106Y1X177 

C106Y1 



Page 



716 

C 

716 

C 

659 

653 

659 

C 

C 

720 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



C107Y1 


728 


C107Y1X1 


C 


C106Y2X177 


C 


C106Y2 


720 


C107Y2 


728 


C220U2 


862 


C222U 


862 


C220U 


862 


C122U 


747 


C220U2 


862 


C222U 


862 


C220U 


862 


C122U 


747 


C220U2 


862 


C222U 


862 


C220U 


862 


C123F 


755 


C230U2 


874 


C232U 


874 


C230U 


874 


C230U2 


874 


C232U 


874 


C230U 


874 


C229U 


868 


C228U 


868 


C103YYX193 


C 


C103YYX180 


C 


C103YY 


716 


C103YYX193 


C 


C6F 


659 


C5F 


653 


C6F 


659 


C107F1X1 


C 


C106F1X177 


C 


C106F1 


720 


C107F1 


728 


C220F2 


862 


C222F 


862 


C220F 


862 


C122F 


747 


C220F2 


862 


C222F 


862 


C220F 


862 


C122F 


747 


C220F2 


862 


C222F 


862 


C220F 


862 


C123F 


755 


C230F2 


874 


C232F 


874 


C230F 


874 


C230F2 


874 


C232F 


874 


C230F 


874 


C229F 


868 


C228F 


868 


D42C1 


1135 


C103AX193 


C 


C103AX180 


C 


CI 03 A 


716 


C103AX193 


C 


C6A 


659 


C5A 


653 


C6A 


659 


C107A1X1 


C 


C106A1X177 


C 


C106A1 


720 


C107A1 


728 


C106A1X177 


C 


C106A1 


720 


C107A1 


728 


C220A2 


862 


C222A 


862 


C220A 


862 


C122A 


747 


C220A2 


862 


C222A 


862 


C220A 


862 


C122A 


747 


C220A2 


862 



Type 



S1010G 
S1010H 
S1010L 
S1016B 
S1016G 
S1016H 
S1016L 
S1025B 
S1025G 
S1025H 

S1035G 

S1035H 

S106A1 

S106A2 

S106A 

S106B1 

S106B2 

S106B 

S106C1 

S106C2 

S106C 

S106D1 

S10602 

S106D 

S106E1 

S106E2 

S106E 

S106F1 

S106F2 

S106F 

S106M1 

S106M2 

S106M 

S106Q 

S 106-05 

S106-1 

S 106-2 

S 106-4 

S106Y1 

S106Y2 

S106Y 

S107A1 

S107A2 

S107B1 

S107B2 

S107C1 

S107C2 

S107D1 

S107D2 

S107E1 

S107E2 

S107F1 

S107F2 

S107M1 

S107M2 

S 107-05 

S107-1 

S 107-2 

S107-4 

S107Y1 

S107Y2 

S1N1189 

S1N1204A 

S1N1616 

S1N3911 

S2000K 

S2000KS1 

S2000KS2 

S2000KS3 

S2001M 

S2001MS2 

S2001MS3 

S2003M 

S2003MS1 

S2003MS2 

S2003MS3 

S2003RS1 

S2003RS2 

S2003RS3 

S2006B 

S2006G 
S2006H 
S2006L 
S2008B 
S2008G 
S2008H 
S2008L 
S2010B 
S2010G 
S2010H 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



TCE SCR 
TCE SCR 



Page 



TCE 
TCE 



SCR 
SCR 



TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 



TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


GE 


HI-REL REC 


GE 


HI-REL REC 


GE 


HI-REL REC 


GE 


HI-REL REC 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



C222A 

C220A 

CI 23 A 

C230A2 

C232A 

C230A 

ZJ436A 

C232A2 

C232A 

C230A 

C229A 

C228A 

C106A1 

C106A2 

C106A1 

C106B1 

C106B2 

C106B1 

C106C! 

C106C2 

C106C1 
C106D1 
C106D2 
C106D1 
C106E1 
C106E2 
C106E1 
C106F1 
C106F2 
C106F1 

C106M1 

C106M2 

C106M1 

C106Q1 

C108F1 

C108A1 

C108B1 

C108D1 

C106Y1 

C106Y2 

C106Y1 
C107A1 
C107A2 
C107B1 
C107B2 
C107C1 
C107C2 
C107D1 
C107D2 
C107E1 

C107E2 

C107F1 

C107F2 

C107M1 

C107M2 

C108F1 

C108A1 

C108B1 

C108D1 

C107Y1 

C107Y2 



Page 



C103BX193 

C103BX180 

C103B 

C103BX193 

C6B 

C5B 

C6B 

C107B1X1 

C106B1X177 

C106B1 

C107B1 

C106B1X177 

C106B1 

C107B1 

C220B2 

C222B 

C220B 

C122B 

C220B2 

C222B 

C220B 

C122B 

C220B2 

C222B 

C220B 



862 
862 
755 
874 
874 
874 
CF 
874 
874 
874 

868 
868 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 

720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 

720 
720 
720 
720 
733 
733 
733 
733 
720 
720 

720 
728 
728 
728 
728 
728 
728 
728 
728 
728 

728 
728 
728 
728 
728 
733 
733 
733 
733 
728 

728 



C 
C 

716 
C 

659 

653 
659 
728 
720 
720 
728 
720 
720 
728 
862 

862 
862 
747 
862 
862 
862 
747 
862 
862 
862 



39 



Type 



S2010L 
S2016B 
S2016G 
S2016H 
S2025B 
S2025G 
S2025H 
S2030G 
S2030H 
S2060A 

S2060B 
S2060C 
S2060D 
S2060E 
S2060F 
S2060M 
S2060Q 
S2060Y 
S2061A 
S2061B 

S2061C 
S2061D 
S2061E 
S2061F 
S2061M 
S2061Q 
S2061Y 
S2062A 
S2062B 
S2062C 

S2062D 
S2062E 
S2062F 
S2062M 
S2062Q 
S2062Y 
S2400A 
S2400B 
S2400D 
S2400M 

S2600B 
S2600D 
S2600M 
S2610B 
S2610D 
S2610M 
S2620B 
S2620D 
S2620M 
S2800A 

S2800B 

S2800D 

S2N491B 

S3700B 

S3700D 

S3700M 

S4000K 

S4000KS1 

S4000KS2 

S4000S3 

S4001M 

S4001MS2 

S4001MS3 

S4003M 

S4003MS1 

S4O03MS2 

S4003MS3 

S4003RS1 

S4003RS2 

S40O3RS3 

S4006B 
S4006G 
S4006H 
S4006L 
S4008B 
S4008G 
S4O08H 
S4008L 
S4010B 
S4010G 

S4010H 
S4010L 
S4016B 
S4016G 
S4016H 
S4025B 
S4025G 
S4025H 
S4035G 
S4035H 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 



RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


GE 


HI-REL UJT 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 



TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 

TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C123B 

C230B2 

C232B 

C230B 

C230B2 

C232B 

C230B 

C229B 

C228B 

C106A1 

C106B1 
C106C1 
C106D1 
C106E1 
C106F1 
C106M1 
C106Q1 
C106Y1 
C107A1 
C107B1 



CF 



C220D2 

C222D 

C220D 

C122D 

C220D2 

C222D 

C220D 

C122D 

C220D2 

C222D 

C220D 

C123D 

C230D2 

C232D 

C230D 

C230D2 

C232D 

C230D 

C229D 

C228D 



755 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
868 
868 
720 

720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
728 
728 



C107C1 


728 


C107D1 


728 


C107E1 


728 


C107F1 


728 


C107M1 


728 


C107Q1 


728 


C107Y1 


728 


C107A1 


728 


C107B1 


728 


C107C1 


728 


C107D1 


728 


C107E1 


728 


C107F1 


728 


C107M1 


728 


C107Q1 


728 


C107Y1 


728 


C116A 


741 


C116B 


741 


C116D 


741 


C116M 


741 


C122B 


747 


C122D 


747 


C122M 


747 


C122B 


747 


C122D 


747 


C122M 


747 


C122B 


747 


C122D 


747 


C122M 


747 


C122A 


747 


C122B 


747 


C122D 


747 


C234B 


880 


C234D 


880 


C234M 


880 


C203DX193 


CF 


C203DX180 


CF 


C203D 


858 


C203DX193 


CF 


C6D 


659 


C5D 


653 


C60 


659 


C107D1X1 


C 


C106D1X177 


C 


C106D1 


720 


C107D1 


728 


C106D1X177 


C 


C106D1 


720 


C107D1 


728 



862 
862 
862 
747 
862 
862 
862 
747 
862 
862 
862 
755 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
868 
868 



Type 



S5010B 

S5010D 

S5010M 

S6000C 

S6000E 

S6000K 

S6000KS1 

S6000KS2 

S6000KS3 

S6000S 

S6001M 

S6001MS1 

S6001MS2 

S6001MS3 

S6003M 

S6003MS1 

S6003MS2 

S6003MS3 

S6003RS1 

S60O3RS2 

S6003RS3 

S6006B 

S6006G 

S6006H 

S6006L 

S6008B 

S6008G 

S6008H 

S6008L 

S6010B 

S6010G 
S6010H 
S6010L 
S6016B 
S6016G 
S6016H 
S6025B 
S6025G 
S6025H 
S6035G 

S6035H 
S6100C 
S6100E 
S6100S 
S620OA 
S6200B 
S6200D 
S6200M 
S6210A 
S6210B 

S6210D 
S6210M 
S6220A 
S6220B 
S6220D 
S6220M 
S6230A 
S6230B 
S6230D 
S6230M 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

RCA SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

TCE SCR 

RCA SCR 



TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 
TCE 



SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 
SCR 



TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCF 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


TCE 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 


RCA 


SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



ZJ465B 

ZJ465D 

ZJ465M 

C126C 

C126E 

C107M2X1 

C106M2X177 

C106M2 

C107M2 

C126S 



CF 

CF 

CF 

763 

763 

C 

C 

720 

728 

763 



C107M1X1 


C 


C106M1X177 


C 


C106M1 


720 


C107M1 


728 


C107M1X1 


C 


C106M1X177 


C 


C106M1 


720 


C107M1 


728 


C106M1X177 


C 


C106M1 


720 


C107M1 


728 


C220M2 


862 


C222M 


862 


C220M 


862 


C122M 


747 


C220M2 


862 


C222M 


862 


C220M 


862 


C122M 


747 


C220M2 


862 


C222M 


862 


C220M 


862 


C123M 


755 


C230M2 


874 


C232M 


874 


C230M 


874 


C230M2 


874 


C232M 


874 


C230M 


874 


C229M 


868 


C228M 


868 


ZJ436C 


CF 


ZJ436E 


CF 


ZJ436S 


CF 


C232A 


874 


C232B 


874 


C232D 


874 


C232M 


874 


C230A 


874 


C230B 


874 


C230D 


874 


C230M 


874 


C230A2 


874 


C230B2 


874 


C230D2 


• 874 


C230M2 


874 


C230A8 


874 


C230B8 


874 


C230D8 


874 


C230M8 


874 



S6240A 


RCA 


SCR 


C230A4 


874 


S6240B 


RCA 


SCR 


C230B4 


874 


S6240D 


RCA 


SCR 


C230D4 


874 


S6240M 


RCA 


SCR 


C230M4 


874 


S6250A 


RCA 


SCR 


C230A6 


874 


S6250B 


RCA 


SCR 


C230B6 


874 


S6250D 


RCA 


SCR 


C230D6 


874 


S6250M 


RCA 


SCR 


C230M6 


874 


S6430A 


RCA 


SCR 


C228A8 


868 


S6430B 


RCA 


SCR 


C228B8 


868 


S6430D 


RCA 


SCR 


C228D8 


868 


S6430M 


RCA 


SCR 


C228M8 


868 


S6430N 


RCA 


SCR 


C228N8 


868 


S6431M 


RCA 


SCR 


C144M30M 


791 


S6440A 


RCA 


SCR 


C228A4 


868 


S6440B 


RCA 


SCR 


C228B4 


868 


S6440D 


RCA 


SCR 


C228D4 


868 


S6440M 


RCA 


SCR 


C228M4 


868 


S6440N 


RCA 


SCR 


C228N4 


868 


S6450A 


RCA 


SCR 


C228A6 


868 


S6450B 


RCA 


SCR 


C228B6 


868 


S6450D 


RCA 


SCR 


C228D6 


868 


S6450M 


RCA 


SCR 


C228M6 


868 


S6450N 


RCA 


SCR 


C228N6 


868 


S715 




PWR TRAN 


D40E1 


1109 


S7410M 


RCA 


SCR 


C144M15M 


791 


S7412M 


RCA 


SCR 


C139M10M 


775 


S7430M 


RCA 


SCR 


C144M15M 


791 


S8006H 


TCE 


SCR 


C37N 


679 


S8008H 


TCE 


SCR 


C37N 


679 



CF = CONTACT FACTORY 



40 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



S8010H 

S8016H 

S801 

S8025H 

S8035H 

SC1 16 

SC136A 

SC1368 

SC136D 

SC137A 

SC137B 

SC137D 

SC140 

SC141B 

SC141D 

SC141E 

SC141M 

SC142B 

SC142D 

SC142E 

SC142M 

SC143 

SC146B 

SC146D 

SC146E 

SC146M 

SC147 

SC149 

SC151B 

SC151D 

SC151E 

SC151M 

SC160 

SC240B12 

SC240B13 

SC240B22.32 

SC240B23.33 

SC240B2.3 

SC240B 

SC240D12 

SC240D13 

SC240D22.32 

SC240D23.33 

SC240D2.3 

SC240D 

SC240E12 

SC240E13 

SC240E22.32 

SC240E23.33 

SC240E2.3 

SC240E 

SC240M12 

SC240M13 

SC240M22.32 

SC240M23.33 

SC240M2.3 

SC240M 

SC241B12 

SC241B13 

SC241B 

SC241D12 

SC241D13 

SC241D 

SC241E12 

SC241E13 

SC241E 

SC241M12 

SC24IM13 

SC241M 

SC245B12 

SC245B13 

SC245B22.32 

SC245B23.33 

SC245B2.3 

SC245B 

SC245D12 

SC245D13 

SC245D22.32 

SC245D23.33 

SC245D2.3 

SC245D 

SC245E12 

SC245E13 

SC245E22.32 

SC245E23.33 

SC245E2.3 

SC245E 

SC245M12 

SC245M13 

SC245M22.32 



TCE 


SCR 




TCE 


SCR 

PWR TRAN 




TCE 


SCR 




TCE 


SCR 




GE 


TRIAC 


1374 


GE 


TRIAC 


1377 


GE 


TRIAC 


1377 


GE 


TRIAC 


1377 


GE 


SCR 


CF 


GE 


SCR 


CF 


GE 


SCR 


CF 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


1381 


GE 


TRIAC 


CF 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393] 


GE 


TRIAC 


1393] 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



C37N 

C37N 

D42C1 

C37N 

C137N 



679 
679 
1135 
679 
775 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 

Type Page 



CF = CONTACT FACTORY 



SC245M23.33 

SC245M2.3 

SC245M 

SC246B12 

SC246B13 

SC246B 

SC246D12 

SC246D13 

SC246D 

SC246E12 

SC246E13 

SC246E 

SC246M12 

SC246M13 

SC246M 

SC250B12 

SC250B13 

SC250B22.32 

SC250B23.33 

SC250B2.3 

SC250B 

SC250D12 

SC250D13 

SC250D22.32 

SC250D23.33 

SC250D2.3 

SC250D 

SC250E12 

SC250E13 

SC250E22.32 

SC250E23.33 

SC250E2.3 

SC250E 

SC250M12 

SC250M13 

SC250M22.32 

SC250M23.33 

SC250M2.3 

SC250M 

SC251B12 

SC251B13 

SC251B 

SC251D12 

SC251D13 

SC251D 

SC251E12 

SC251E13 

SC251E 

SC251M12 

SC251M13 

SC251M 

SC260B12 

SC260B13 

SC260B22, 32 

SC260B23, 33 

SC260B2. 3 

SC260B 

SC260D12 

SC260D13 

SC260D22, 32 

SC260D23.33 
SC260D2, 3 
SC260D 
SC260E12 
SC260E13 
SC260E22. 32 
SC260E23, 33 
SC260E2, 3 
SC260E 
SC260M12 

SC260M13 

SC260M22, 32 

SC260M23, 33 

SC260M2. 3 

SC260M 

SC261B12 

SC261B13 

SC261B 

SC261D12 

SC261D13 

SC261D 

SC261E12 

SC261E13 

SC261E 

SC261M12 

SC261M13 

SC261M 

SC265B2.3 

SC265B 

SC265D2.3 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 



1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
139! 
1393 
1393 



41 



Type 



SC265D 

SC265E2.3 

SC266E 

SC265M2.3 

SC265M 

SC266B 

SC266D 

SC266E 

SC266M 

SC40B 

SC40D 
SC40E 
SC41B 
SC41D 
SC41E 
SC45B 
SC45D 
SC45E 
SC46B 
SC46D 

SC46E 
SC50B 
SC50D 
SC50E 
SC51B 
SC51D 
SC51E 
SC60B 
SC60D 
SC60E 

SD0345 

SD0445 

SD1023 

SD1335 

SD1445 

SD5410-1 

SD5410-2 

SD5410-3 

SD5440-1 

SD5440-2 

SD5440-3 

SD5440-4 

SD5440-5 

SDJ345 

SDJ445 

SDK345 

SDK445 

SDL345 

SDL445 

SDM345 

SDM445 

SDN345 

SDN445 

SDT3321 

S0T3322 

SDT3325 

SDT3326 

SDT3421 

SOT3422 

SDT3425 

SDT3426 
SDT3501 
S0T3502 
SDT3505 
SDT3506 
SDT3550 
SDT3552 
SDT3553 
SDT3575 
SDT3576 

SDT3578 
SDT3579 
SDT3701 
SDT3702 
SDT3703 
SDT3704 
SDT3706 
SDT3707 
SDT3708 
SDT3709 

SDT3710 
SDT3711 
SDT3712 
SDT3713 
SDT3715 
SDT3716 
SDT3717 
SDT3720 
SDT3721 
SDT3722 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



Page 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 



GE 


TRIAC 


GE 


TRIAC 


GE 


TRIAC 


GF 


TRIAC 


GE 


TRIAC 


GE 


TRIAC 


GF 


TRIAC 


GE 


TRIAC 


GF 


TRIAC 


GE 


TRIAC 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


SPT 


OPTO DET 


SPT 


OPTO OET 


SPT 


OPTO DET 


SPT 


OPTO DET 


SPT 


OPTO DET 


SPT 


OPTO DET 


SPT 


OPTO DET 


SPT 


OPTO DET 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 



1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



D44C11 

D45C11 

D40E1 

D44C5 

D45C5 

L14F1 

LHF1 

L14F1 

L14G2 

L14G2 

L14G2 
L14G1 
L14G1 
D44C6 
D45C6 
D44C6 
D45C6 
D44C8 
D45C8 
D44C5 

D45C5 
D44C8 
D45C8 
D42C6 
D43C8 
D43C6 
D42C8 
D42C6 
D42C8 
D42C6 

D42C5 
D43C5 
D43C7 
D43C6 
D43C3 
D43C7 
D43C4 
D43C7 
D45C6 
D45C8 

D45C6 
D45C7 
D45C6 
D45C8 
D45C5 
D45C8 
D45C2 
D45C5 
D45C8 
D45C3 

D45C6 
D45C8 
D45C8 
D45C8 
D45C6 
D45C4 
D45C7 
D45C6 
D45C6 
D45C8 



1147 
1163 
1109 
1147 
1163 
1335 
1335 
1335 
1337 
1337 

1337 
1337 
1337 
1147 
1163 
1147 
1163 
1147 
1163 
1147 

1163 
1147 
1163 
1135 
1143 
1143 
1135 
1135 
1135 
1136 

1135 
1143 
1143 
1143 
1143 
1143 
1143 
1143 
1163 
1163 

1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 

1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 



Type 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



Page 



SDT3725 
SDT3726 
SDT3727 
SDT3729 
SDT3730 
S0T3733 
SDT3775 
SDT3776 
SDT3778 
SDT4301 

SDT4302 
SDT4304 
SDT4305 
SDT4307 
SDT4308 
SDT4310 
SDT4311 
SDT4455 
SDT4483 
SDT4551 

SDT4553 
SDT4583 
SDT4611 
SDT4612 
SDT4614 
SDT4615 
SDT5001 
SDT50O2 
SDT5006 
SDT5007 

SDT5011 
SDT5012 
SDT5501 
SDT5502 
SDT5506 
SDT5507 
SDT5511 
SDT5512 
SDT5901 
SDT5902 

SDT5906 
SDT5907 
SDT6001 
SDT6011 
SDT6013 
SDT6031 
SDT6101 
SDT6102 
SDT6103 
SDT6104 

SDT6105 
SDT6106 
SDT7401 
SDT7402 
SDT7411 
SDT7412 
SDT7414 
SDT7415 
SDT7511 
SDT7512 

SDT7514 
SDT7515 
SDT9001 
SDT9002 
SDT9003 
SDT9004 
SDT9005 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



D45C6 
D45C6 
D45C8 
D45C6 
D45C8 
D45C6 
D43C6 
D43C8 
D43C6 
D42C5 



1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1143 
1143 
1143 
1135 



PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C6 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C6 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C6 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D42C4 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C4 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C4 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C5 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C5 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E5 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D40E7 


1109 


PWR TRAN 


D42C6 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C5 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C7 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D44C7 


1147 


PWR TRAN 


D44C5 


1147 


PWR TRAN 


D44C6 


1147 


PWR TRAN 


D44C5 


1147 


PWR TRAN 


D42C2 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C4 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C7 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C2 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C4 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C4 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C6 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C6 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C6 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C6 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 


1147 


PWR TRAN 


D44C6 


1147 


PWR TRAN 


D44C8 


1147 


PWR TRAN 


D42C3 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C5 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C3 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C5 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C3 


1135 


PWR TRAN 


D42C5 


1135 



SDT9007 




PWR TRAN 


D42C3 


SDT9008 




PWR TRAN 


D42C5 


SDT9009 




PWR TRAN 


D42C8 


SE3450-1 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56F 


SE3450-2 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56F 


SE3450-3 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56F 


SE3451-1 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56F 


SE3451-2 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED55BF 


SE3451-3 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56CF 


SE3453-1 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56F 


SE3453-2 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56F 


SE3453-3 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED55BF 


SE3453-4 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED55CF 


SE3455-1 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED55BF 


SE3455-2 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED55CF 


SE5450-1 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56 


SE5450-2 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56 


SE5450-3 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED55B 


SE5451-1 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56 


SE5451-2 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED55B 


SE5451-3 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED55B 


SE5453-1 


SPT 


IRLED 


LED56 



1135 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 

1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



42 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



SE5453-2 

SE5453-3 

SE5453-4 

SE5455-1 

SE5455-2 

SE5455-3 

SE5455-4 

SE7001 

SE7002 

SE7006 

SE7020 
SE7055 
SE7056 
SE8001 
SE8002 
SE8042 
SE8542 
SFT186 
SFT187 
SFT445 

SG1009 

SG1009A 

SIPT010 

SIPT015 

SIPT025 

SIPT040 

SIPT06 

SIPT08 

SIPT110 

SIPT115 

SIPT125 

SIPT140 

SIPT16 

SIPT18 

SIPT210 

SIPT215 

SIPT225 

SIPT230 

SIPT240 

SIPT26 

SIPT28 

SIPT310 

SIPT315 

SIPT325 

SIPT330 

SIPT340 

SIPT36 

SIPT38 

SIPT410 

SIPT415 

SIPT425 

SIPT430 

SIPT440 

SIPT46 

SIPT48 

SIPT510 

SIPT51S 

SIPT525 

SIPT630 

SIPT540 

SIPT56 

SIPT58 

SIPT610 

SIPT615 

SIPT625 

SIPT630 

SIPT640 

SIPT66 

SIPT68 

SPS020 

SPS030 

SPS035 

SPS08 

SPS120 

SPS130 

SPS135 

SPS18 

SPS220 

SPS230 

SPS235 

SPS28 

SPS320 

SPS330 

SPS335 

SPS38 

SPS420 

SPS430 

SPS435 

SPS48 

SPS520 



SPT 


IRLED 


SP1 


IRLED 


SP1 


IRLED 


SP1 


IRLED 


SPT 


IRLED 


SPT 


IRLEO 


SPT 


IRLED 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


SPT 


IRLED 


SPT 


IRLED 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


TRIAC 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 


HUT 


SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



LED55B 

LED55B 

LED55B 

LED55B 

LED55C 

LED55C 

LED55C 

D40N1 

D40N1 

D44R1 



C228FX11 

C228FX11 

C220F 

C230A 

C228AX11 

C228AX11 

C220A 

C230B 

C228BX11 

C2288X11 

C220B 

C230C 

C228CX11 

C228CX11 

C220C 

C230D 

C228DX11 

C228DX11 

C220D 

C230E 



1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1347 
1117 
1117 
1159 



D44R4 


1159 


D40N1 


1117 


D40N3 


1117 


D40E1 


1109 


D40E5 


1109 


D40E1 


1109 


D41E1 


1129 


D40N1 


1117 


D44R1 


1159 


D40E7 


1109 


LED55B 


1347 


LED55C 


1347 


SC245B2 


1393 


SC250B2 


1393 


SC260B2 


1393 


SC265B2 


1393 


SC240B2 


1393 


SC245B2 


1393 


SC245B2 


1393 


SC250B2 


1393 


SC260B2 


1393 


SC265B2 


1393 


SC240B2 


1393 


SC246B2 


1393 


SC245B2 


1393 


SC250B2 


1393 


SC260B2 


1393 


SC265B2 


1393 


SC265B2 


1393 


SC240B2 


1393 


SC245B2 


1393 


SC245D2 


1393 


SC250D2 


1393 


SC260D2 


1393 


SC265D2 


1393 


SC265D2 


1393 


SC240D2 


1393 


SC245D2 


1393 


SC245D2 


1393 


SC250D2 


1393 


SC260D2 


1393 


SC265D2 


1393 


SC265D2 


1393 


SC240D2 


1393 


SC245D2 


1393 


SC245E2 


1393 


SC250E2 


1393 


SC260E2 


1393 


SC265E2 


1393 


SC265E2 


1393 


SC240E2 


1393 


SC245E2 


1393 


SC245M2 


1393 


SC250M2 


1393 


SC260M2 


1393 


SC265M2 


1393 


SC265M2 


1393 


SC240M2 


1393 


SC245M2 


1393 


C230F 


874 



CF 

CF 

862 

874 

CF 

CF 

862 

874 

CF 

CF 

862 

874 

CF 

CF 

862 

874 

CF 

CF 

862 

874 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



_1_ 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



SPS530 

SPS535 

SPS58 

SPS620 

SPS630 

SPS635 

SPS68 

SPT010 

SPT015 

SPT025 

SPT040 

SPT06 

SPT08 

SPT110 

SPT115 

SPT125 

SPT 140 

SPT 16 

SPT 18 

SPT210 

SPT215 

SPT225 

SPT230 

SPT240 

SPT26 

SPT28 

SPT310 

SPT315 

SPT325 

SPT330 

SPT340 

SPT3440 

SPT36 

SPT38 

SPT410 

SPT415 

SPT425 

SPT430 

SPT440 

SPT46 

SPT48 

SPT510 

SPT515 

SPT525 

SPT530 

SPT540 

SPT56 

SPT58 

SPT610 

SPT615 

SPT625 

SPT630 

SPT640 

SPT66 

SPT68 

SPX1873-1 

SPX1873-2 

SPX1873-3 

SPX 1873-4 

SPX1876-1 

SPX1876-2 

SPX 1876-3 

SPX26 

SPX28 

SPX2 

SPX2E 

SPX35 

SPX36 

SPX37 

SPX4 

SPX5 

SPX6 

ST2 

ST4 

ST84027 

ST84028 

ST84029 

STB567 

STB568 

STB569 

STC1300 
STC1336 
STC1800 
STC1850 
STC1860 
STC1862 
STC4401 
STC5202 
STC5203 
STC5205 



HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 



SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 



HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 



HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 



TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 



HUT TRIAC 

PWR TRAN 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 

HUT TRIAC 



HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 

HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
HUT 
SPT 
SPT 
SPT 
SPT 
SPT 

SPT 
SPT 
SPT 
SPT 
SPT 
SPT 
SPT 
SPT 
SPT 
SPT 

SPT 
SPT 
GE 
GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 



TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 

OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 

OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 

OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
TRIGGER 
TRIGGER 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
STABISTER 
STABISTER 
STABISTER 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



1405 
1406 



1410 
1410 
1410 



C228EX11 

C228EX11 

C220E 

C230M 

C228MX11 

C228MX11 

C220M 

SC245B 

SC250B 

SC260B 

SC265B 
SC240B 
SC245B 
SC245B 
SC250B 
SC260B 
SC265B 
SC240B 
SC245B 
SC245B 

SC250B 
SC260B 
SC265B 
SC265B 
SC240B 
SC245B 
SC245D 
SC250D 
SC260D 
SC265D 

SC265D 

D44R2 

SC240D 

SC245D 

SC245D 

SC250D 

SC260D 

SC265D 

SC265D 

SC240D 

SC245D 
SC245E 
SC250E 
SC260E 
SC265E 
SC265E 
SC240E 
SC245E 
SC245M 
SC250M 

SC260M 

SC265M 

SC265M 

SC240M 

SC245M 

H13A1 

H13A1 

H13B1 

H13B1 

H13A1 

H13A1 

H13B1 

H11A520 

H11A520 

H11A550 

H11A550 

H11A5100 

H11A5100 

H11A5100 

H11A550 

H11A550 
H11A5100 



D44R2 
D44R2 
D44R2 



D44C5 
D44C5 
D42C5 
D42C7 
D42C8 
D42C5 
D44C6 
D45C5 
D45C8 
D45C4 



CF 

CF 

862 

874 

CF 

CF 

862 

1393 

1393 

1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1159 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 

1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1309 
1309 
1311 
1311 
1309 

1309 
1311 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 
1285 

1285 
1285 



1159 
1159 
1159 



1147 
1147 
1135 
1135 
1135 
1135 
1147 
1163 
1163 
1163 



43 



Type 



STC5206 

STC5802 

STC5803 

STC5805 

STC5806 

STT4451 

T1S92 

T1S93 

T1S97 

T1S98 

T2313A 
T2313B 
T2313D 
T2500B 
T2500D 
T2700B 
T2700D 
T2800B 
T2800C 
T2800D 



T4141B 
T4 1 4 1 D 
T4141M 
T4150B 
T4150D 
T41B0M 
T4161B 
T4151D 
T4151M 
T4700B 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Page Type 



RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIGTRAN 
SIG TRAN 
SIG TRAN 

TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 



T2800E 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2800M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2801B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2801C 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2801D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2801E 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2801M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2802B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2802C 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2802D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2802E 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2802M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2850A 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2850B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T2850D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T400001008 


WESY 


SCR 


T400001608 


WESY SCR 


T400002208 


WESY 


SCR 


T4000 11008 


WESY 


SCR 


T4000 11608 


WESY 


SCR 


T400012208 


WESY SCR 


T400021008 


WESY SCR 


T400021608 


WESY SCR 


T400022208 


WESY SCR 


T400031008 


WESY 


SCR 


T40O03 1 608 


WESY SCR 


T400032208 


WESY SCR 


T400041008 


WESY 


SCR 


T400041608 


WESY 


SCR 


T400042208 


WESY 


SCR 


T400051008 


WESY 


SCR 


T400061608 


WESY SCR 


T4000B2208 


WESY SCR 


T400061008 


WESY SCR 


T400061608 


WESY 


SCR 


T400062208 


WESY 


SCR 


T400072208 


WESY 


SCR 


T400082208 


WESY SCR 


T400092208 


WESY 


SCR 


T400102208 


WESV 


SCR 


T4001 12208 


WESY SCR 


T400 122208 


WESY SCR 


T4100M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4101M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4110M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4111M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4120D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4120M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4121B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4121D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4121M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4130B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4130D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4130M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4131B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4 1 3 1 D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4131M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4140B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4140D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T4140M 


RCA 


TRIAC 



RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 
RCA 



TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 
TRIAC 



SC245B43 

SC245D43 

SC24BM43 

SC250B6 

SC250D6 

SC250M6 

SC245B63 

SC24SD63 

SC245M63 

SC151B2 



Page 



D45C7 


1163 


D45C5 


1163 


D45C8 


1163 


D45C4 


1163 


D45C7 


1163 


D42C5 


1135 


GES92 


CF 


GES93 


CF 


GES97 


CF 


GES98 


CF 


SC136A 


1377 


SC136B 


1377 


SC136D 


1377 


SC141BX125 


CF 


SC141DX125 


CF 


SC146BX125 


CF 


SC146DX125 


CF 


SC143BX125 


CF 


SC143DX125 


CF 


SC143DX125 


CF 



SC143EX125 


CF 


SC143MX125 


CF 


SC141B 


1381 


SC141D 


1381 


SC141D 


1381 


SC141E 


1381 


SC141M 


1381 


SC143B 


1381 


SC143D 


1381 


SC143D 


1381 


SC143E 


1381 


SC143M 


1381 


SC142B 


1381 


SC142BX125 


CF 


SC142DX125 


CF 


C230FX682 


CF 


C230FX240 


CF 


C228F 


1044 


C230AX683 


CF 


C230AX240 


CF 


C228A 


1044 


C230BX685 


CF 


C230BX240 


CF 


C228B 


1044 


C230CX687 


CF 


C230CX240 


CF 


C228C 


1044 


C230DX688 


CF 


C230DX240 


CF 


C228D 


1044 


C230EX689 


CF 


C230EX240 


CF 


C228E 


868 


C230MX690 


CF 


C230MX240 


CF 


C228M 


868 


C137S 


771 


C137N 


771 


C137T 


771 


C137P 


771 


C137PA 


771 


C137PB 


771 


SC251M 


1393 


SC246M13 


1393 


SC250M 


1393 


SC250M13 


1393 


SC260D3 


1393 


SC250M3 


1393 


SC250B33 


1393 


SC250D33 


1393 


SC250M33 


1393 


SC2SOB8 


1393 


SC250D8 


1393 


SC250M8 


1393 


SC245B83 


1393 


SC245D83 


1393 


SC24SM83 


1393 


SC250B4 


1393 


SC250D4 


1393 


SC250M4 


1393 



1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1393 
1381 



Type 



T4700D 

T500*'4005 

T500*"80O5 

T507014064AQ 

T5070H084AQ 

T507024054AQ 

T507024O64AQ 

T607024084AQ 

T507034054AQ 

T507034064AQ 



T6450D 

T6450M 

T6451B 

T6451D 

T6451M 

T720"3504 

T720"4604 

T720"5504 

T727"25## 

T727"35## 

T727"46## 

T72H"25## 

T72H"35## 

T72H"46## 

T920"0603 

T920"0703 

T920**0803 

T920"0903 

TA7564 

TA7566 



Mfg. 



Prod. Line 



Page 



RCA 

WEST 

WEST 

WESY 

WESY 

WESY 

WESY 

WESY 

WESY 

WESY 



TRIAC 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 



T5O7O44054AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507044064AQ 


WESY SCR 


T5O7044O84AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507054054AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507054064AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507054084AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507064054AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507064064AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507064084AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507074O54AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507074064AQ 


WESY SCR 


T5O7O84054AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507084064AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507094054AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507104054AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507114054AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507124054AQ 


WESY SCR 


T507"40## 


WEST 


SCR 


T507"70## 


WEST 


SCR 


T507"80## 


WEST 


SCR 


T5 10"5007 


WEST 


SCR 


T510"*8007 


WEST 


SCR 


T520"130B 


WEST 


SCR 


T600"1304 


WEST 


SCR 


T600"1504 


WEST 


SCR 


T600"1804 


WEST 


SCR 


T607"13## 


WEST 


SCR 


T607"15## 


WEST 


SCR 


T620"1304 


WEST SCR 


T620"2004 


WEST 


SCR 


T620"3004 


WEST 


SCR 


T625"10## 


WEST 


SCR 


T62J"15## 


WEST 


SCR 


T62J"20## 


WEST SCR 


T6401B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6401D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6401M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6411B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6411D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6411M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6420B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6420D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6420M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6421B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6421D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6421M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6430B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6430D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6430M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6431B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6431D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6431M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6440B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6440D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6440M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6441B 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6441D 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6441M 


RCA 


TRIAC 


T6450B 


RCA 


TRIAC 



RCA 

RCA 

RCA 

RCA 

RCA 

WEST 

WEST 

WEST 

WEST 

WEST 



TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 



WEST SCR 

WEST SCR 

WEST SCR 

WEST SCR 

WEST SCR 

WEST SCR 

WEST SCR 

WEST SCR 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



SC151D2 

C150 

C50/C150 

C165A 

C164A 

C158B 

C165B 

C164B 

C158C 

C165C 



1381 
818 
707 
838 
838 
830 
838 
838 
830 
838 



SC265D6X50 

SC265M6X50 

SC265B6X50 

SC265D6X80 

SC265M6X50 

C390/C391 

C390/C391 

C602/C440 

C388/C392 

C388/C392 

C398/C394 

C398/C394 

C398/C394 

C398/C394 

C440/C441 

C450/C461 

C450/C451 

C4B0/C451 

D44C8 

D44C6 



C164C 


838 


C158D 


830 


C165D 


838 


C164D 


838 


C158E 


830 


C165E 


838 


C164E 


838 


C158M 


830 


C165M 


838 


C164M 


838 


C158S 


830 


C165S 


838 


C158N 


830 


C165N 


838 


C158T 


830 


C158P 


830 


C158PA 


830 


C158PB 


830 


C48/C49 


694 


C164/C165 


838 


C164/C165 


838 


C49 


701 


C164/C165 


838 


C360 


886 


C 180X500 


842 


C 180X500 


842 


C 180X500 


847 


C184/C186 


851 


C184/C186 


851 


C380 


912 


C380 


912 


C380X500 


917 


C384 


921 


C384 


92 


C384 


921 


SC266BX50 


CF 


SC266DX50 


CF 


SC266MX50 


CF 


SC265BX50 


CF 


SC265DX50 


CF 


SC265MX50 


CF 


SC265B3X50 


CF 


SC265D3X50 


CF 


SC265M3X50 


CF 


SC265B3X50 


CF 


SC265D3X50 


CF 


SC265M3X50 


CF 


SC265B8X50 


CF 


SC265D8X50 


CF 


SC265M8X50 


CF 


SC265B8X50 


CF 


SC265D8X50 


CF 


SC265M8X50 


CF 


SC265B4X50 


CF 


SC265D4XS0 


CF 


SC265M4X50 


CF 


SC265B4X50 


CF 


SC265D4X50 


CF 


SC265M4X50 


CF 


SC265B6X50 


CF 



CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

936 

936 

1005 

928 

928 

958 

958 

958 

958 

966 

C 

C 

C 

1147 

1147 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



44 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



TA7556 

TA7557 

TA7739 

TA7740 

TAG2-100 

TAG2-200 

TAG2-300 

TAG2-400 

TC106A2 

TC106A3 

TC106A4 
TC106B2 
TCI06B3 
TC106B4 
TC106C2 
TC106C3 
TC106C4 
TC106D2 
TC 10603 
TC106D4 

TC106F2 
TC106F3 
TC106F4 
TC106Q2 
TC106Q3 
TC106Q4 
TC106Y2 
TC106Y3 
TC106Y4 
TD261 

TD261A 

TD262 

TD262A 

TD263 

TD263A 

TD263B 

TD264 

TD264A 

TD265 

TD265A 

TD266 

TD266A 

TD9 

TE105 

TE155 

TE205 

TE305 

TE35 

TE405 

TE55 

TI486 

TI487 

TIC106A 

TIC106B 

TIC106C 

TIC106D 

TIC106F 

TIC106Y 

TIC116A 

TIC116B 

TIC116C 
TIC116D 
TIC116E 
TIC116F 
TIC116M 
TIC126A 
TIC126B 
TIC126C 
TIC126D 
TIC126E 

TIC126F 
TIC126M 
TIC226B 
TIC226D 
TIC236B 
TIC236D 
TIC246B 
TIC246D 
TIC3010 
TIC3011 

TIC3012 

TIC3013 

TIC3014 

TIC44 

TIC45 

TIC46 

TIC47 

Till 11 

TIL112 

TIL113 



TAGS 

TAGS 

TAGS 

TAGS 

SES 

SES 



PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


SES 


SCR 


GE 


TUNNEL 010 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


Ub 


TUNNEL DIO 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


Gb 


TUNNEL DIO 


tib 


TUNNEL DIO 


G'fc 


TUNNEL 010 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


tit 


TUNNEL DIO 


GE 


TUNNEL DIO 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 


SSCF 


SCR 




PWR TRAN 




PWR TRAN 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 


Tl 


SCR 



1416 

1416 
1416 
1416 
1416 
1416 
1416 
1416 
1416 
1416 
1416 

1416 
1416 
1415 



D45C8 

D45C6 

D40N1 

D40N3 

C6A 

C6B 

C6C 

C6D 

C106A2 

C 106 A3 

C106A4 
C106B2 
C106B3 
C106B4 
C106C2 
C106C3 
C106C4 
C106D2 
C106D3 
C106D4 

C106F2 
C106F3 
C106F4 
C106Q2 
C106Q3 
C106Q4 
C106Y2 
C106Y3 
C106Y4 



Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 

Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Tl 
Til 
Til 
Til 



SCR 

SCR 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

TRIAC 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

SCR 

OPTO COUPL 

OPTO COUPL 

OPTO COUPL 



C203A 
C203G 
C203B 
C203C 
C203Y 
C203D 
C203YY 

D42C8 

D42C8 

C108A1 

C108B1 

C108C1 

C108D1 

C108F1 

C108Y1 

C122A1X88 

C122B1X88 

C122C1X88 

C122D1X88 

C122E1X88 

C122F1X88 

C122M1X88 

C126A 

C126B 

C126C 

C126D 

C126E 

C126F 

C126M 

SC146B 

SC146D 

SC149B 

SC1490 

SC151B 

SC151D 

C222F 

C222A 

C222B 

C222C 

C222D 

C103Y 

C103YY 

CI 03 A 

C103B 

H11A4 

H11A5 

H11B2 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



1163 
1163 
1117 
1117 
659 
659 
659 
659 
720 
720 

720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 

720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 



858 
858 
858 
858 
858 
858 
858 

1135 
1135 
733 
733 
733 
733 
733 
733 
CF 
CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

CF 

763 

763 

763 

763 

763 

763 
763 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
1381 
862 
862 

862 

862 

862 

716 

716 

716 

716 

1277 

1279 

1293 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



TIL114 

TIL115 

TIL116 

TIL117 

TIL118 

TIL119 

TIL138 

TIL31 

TIL33 

TIL34 

TIL81 

TIP110 

TIP111 

TIP115 

TIP116 

TIP120 

TIP121 

TIP125 

TIP126 

TIP29 

TIP29A 

TIP29B 

TIP30 

TIP30A 

TIP30B 

TIP31 

TIP31A 

TIP31B 

TIP32 

TIP32A 

TIP32B 

TIP33 

TIP33A 

TIP33B 

TIP34 

TIP34A 

TIP34B 

TIP41 

TIP41A 

TIP41B 

TIP42 

TIP42A 

TIP42B 

TIP47 

TIP48 

TIS82 

TIXL143 

TIXL144 

TIXL146 

TIXL146 

TN53 

TN59 

TN61 

TN63 

TN79 

TRS1204 

TRS1205 

TRS1404 

TRS1405 

TRS140HP 

TRS140MP 

TRS1604 

TRS1605 

TRS160HP 

TRS160MP 

TRS1804 

TRS1805 

TRS180HP 

TRS180MP 

TRS2004 

TRS2005 

TRS2006 

TRS200HP 

TRS200MP 

TRS2254 

TRS2255 

TRS225HP 

TRS225MP 

TRS2504 

TRS2505 

TRS250HP 

TRS250MP 

TRS2754 

TRS2755 

TRS275HP 

TRS275MP 

TRS2804S 

TRS2805S 

TRS3006 

TRS3014 



Til 
Til 
Til 
Til 
Til 
Til 
Til 
Til 
Til 
Til 

Til 



Til 
Til 
Til 
Til 



OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
IRLED 
IRLED 
IRLED 

IRLED 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 
OPTO COUPL 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



H11A3 

H11A3 

H11A3 

H11A1 

H11A6 

H11B2 

H13A1 

LED55B 

LED55B 

LED56 

L14G1 
D44E2 
D44E3 
D45E2 
D45E3 
D44E2 
D44E3 
D45E2 
D45E3 
D44C4 

D44C7 

D44C10 

D45C4 

D45C7 

D45C10 

D44C5 

D44C8 

D44C11 

D45C5 

D45C8 

D45C1 

D44H4 

D44H7 

D44H10 

D45H4 

D45H7 

D45H10 

D44H4 

D44H7 

D44H10 

D45H4 

D45H7 

D45H10 

D44R1 

D44R3 

D40E5 

H13A1 

H13A2 

H13B1 

H13B2 

D40E5 
D40E5 
D40E5 
D40E1 
D40E1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D40N1 

D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D40N1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D40N1 
D44R1 
D44R1 

D44R1 
D44R2 
O40N1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R2 
D40N1 
D44R1 
D44R1 
D44R2 

D40N1 
D44R1 
D44R3 
D44R3 
D40N1 
D44R3 
D44R3 
044R3 
D44R4 
D44R3 



1277 
1277 
1277 
1275 
1279 
1293 
1275 
1359 
1359 
1359 

1337 
1151 
1151 
1167 
1167 
1151 
1151 
1167 
1167 
1147 

1147 
1147 
1163 
1163 
1163 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1163 
1163 

1163 
1155 
1155 
1155 
1171 
1171 
1171 
1155 
1155 
1155 
1171 
1171 
1171 
1159 
1159 
1109 
1275 
1309 
1293 
1293 

1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1117 

1159 
1159 
1159 
1117 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1117 
1159 
1159 

1159 
1159 
1117 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1117 
1159 
1159 
1159 

1117 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1117 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 



45 



Type 



TRS3015 

TRS301HP 

TRS301LC 

TRS301MP 

TRS3204S 

TRS3205S 

TRS3254 

TRS3255 

TRS325MP 

TRS3742 

TRS4296 

TRS4297 

UP12217 

UP12218 

UP14046 

UP14047 

V1000LB160B 

V1000LB160A 

V1000LB80A 

V100MA4A 

V100MA4B 

V100ZA15 

V100ZA3 

V120MA1A 

V120MA2B 

V120ZA1 

V120ZA6 

V130LA10A 

V130LA1 

V130LA20A 

V130LA20B 

V130LA2 

V130PA10A 

V130PA20A 

V130PA2OB 

V130PA20C 

V150LA10A 

V150LA1 

V150LA20A 

V150LA20B 

V150LA2 

V150MA1A 

V150MA2B 

V150PA10A 

V15OPA20A 

V150PA20B 

V150PA20C 

V150ZA1 

V150ZA8 

V180MA1A 

V180MA3B 

V180ZA10 

V180ZA1 

V220MA2A 

V220MA4B 

V22ZA1 

V22ZA3 

V24ZA1 

V24ZA4 

V250LA15A 

V250LA20A 

V250LA2 

V250LA40A 

V250LA40B 

V250LA4 

V250PA10A 

V250PA20A 

V250PA40A 

V250PA40B 

V250PA40C 

V270MA2A 

V270MA4B 

V275LA15A 

V275LA20A 

V275LA2 

V275LA40A 

V275LA40B 

V275LA4 

V275PA10A 

V275PA20A 

V275PA40A 

V275PA40B 

V275PA40C 

V27ZA1 

V27ZA4 

V300LA2 

V300LA4 

V320LA15A 

V320LA20A 

V320LA40A 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 



GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE MOV 


GE 


GE MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE MOV 


GF 


GE MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GEMOV 


GF 


GEMOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE MOV 


GF 


GEMOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GEMOV 


GE 


GEMOV 


GE 


GE MOV 


GF 


GEMOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GEMOV 
GEMOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



D44R3 
D44N3 
D44R3 
D44R3 
D44R3 
D44R3 
D44R3 
D44R4 
D44R3 
D44R4 

D44R2 
D44R2 
D40E1 
D40E1 
D40E5 
D40E5 



1418 
1418 
1418 
1426 

1426 
1438 
1438 
1426 
1426 
1438 
1438 
1418 
1418 
1418 

1418 
1418 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1418 
1418 
1418 
1418 

1418 
1426 
1426 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1438 
1438 
1426 

1426 
1438 
1438 
1426 
1426 
1438 
1438 
1438 
1438 
1418 

1418 
1418 
1418 
1418 
1418 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 

1426 
1426 
1418 
1418 
1418 
1418 
1418 
1418 
1432 
1432 

1432 
1432 
1432 
1438 
1438 
1418 
1418 
1418 
1418 
1418 



Type 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



Page 



1159 

1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 
1159 

1159 
1159 
1109 
1109 
1109 
1109 



V320LA40B 

V320PA40A 

V320PA40B 

V320PA40C 

V330MA2A 

V330MA5B 

V33MA1A 

V33MA1B 

V33ZA1 

V33ZA5 

V390MA3A 

V390MA6B 

V39MA2A 

V39MA2B 

V39ZA1 

V39ZA6 

V409 

V40LA2A 

V40LA2B 

V420LB20A 

V420LB40A 
V420LB40B 
V42OPA20A 
V420PA40A 
V420PA40B 
V420PA40C 
V430MA3A 
V430MA7B 
V460LB20A 
V460LB40A 

V460LB40B 

V460PA20A 

V460PA40A 

V460PA40B 

V460PA40C 

V47MA2A 

V47MA2B 

V47ZA1 

V47ZA7 

V480LB20A 

V480LB40A 
V480LB80A 
V480LB80B 
V480PA20A 
V480PA40A 
V480PA80A 
V480PA80B 
V480PA80C 
V510LB20A 
V510LB40A 

V510LB80A 
V510LB80B 
V510PA20A 
V510PA40A 
V510PA80A 
V510PA80B 
V510PA80C 
V550LB20A 
V550LB4OA 
V550LB80A 

V550LB80B 

V550PA20A 

V550PA40A 

V550PA80A 

V550PA80B 

V550PA80C 

V56MA2A 

V56MA2B 

V56ZA2 

V56ZA8 

V575LB20A 
V575LB40A 
V575LB80A 
V575LB80B 
V575PA20A 
V575PA40A 
V575PA80A 
V575PA80B 
V575PA80C 
V60LA3A 

V60LA3B 

V68MA3A 

V68MA3B 

V68ZA10 

V68ZA2 

V82MA3A 

V82MA3B 

V82ZA12 

V82ZA2 

V95LA7A 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 



GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE MOV 
GE MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE MOV 
GE MOV 

GE MOV 
GE MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE MOV 
GE MOV 
PWR TRAN 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 



GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE MOV 


GF 


GE MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GE 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE-MOV 


GF 


GE MOV 


GE 


GE MOV 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 



GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE MOV 
GEMOV 
GE-MOV 
GE-MOV 
GE MOV 
GE MOV 
GE-MOV 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



1418 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1426 
1426 
1426 
1426 
1438 
1438 

1426 
1426 
1426 
1426 
1438 
1438 

1418 
1418 
1418 

1418 
1418 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1426 
1426 
1418 
1418 

1418 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1426 
1426 
1438 
1438 
1418 

1418 
1418 
1418 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1418 
1418 

1418 
1418 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1418 
1418 
1418 

1418 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1426 
1426 
1438 
1438 

1418 
1418 
1418 
1418 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1432 
1418 
1418 
1426 
1426 
1438 
1438 
1426 
1426 
1438 
1438 
1418 



D44C5 



1147 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



46 



Type 



V95LA7B 

VX3375 

VX3733 

W2AA50C 

W2AA50E 

W2BA25C 

W2BA25E 

W2BC25C 

W2BC25E 

W2BE25C 

W2BE25E 
W2BH25C 
W2BH25E 
W2BJ25C 
W2BJ25E 
W2BK25C 
W2BK25E 
W2CA25C 
W2CA25E 
W2DA25C 

W2DA25E 

W20C25C 

W2DC25E 

WV2AA50C 

WV2AA50E 

WV2BA25C 

WV2BA25E 

WV2BC25C 

WV2BC25E 

WV2BE25C 

WV2BE25E 
WV2BH25C 
WV2BH25E 
WV2BJ25C 
WV2BJ25E 
WV2BK25C 
WV2BK25E 
WV2CA25C 
WV2CA25E 
WV2DA25C 

WV2DA25E 

WV2DC25C 

WV2DC25E 

XB401 

XB404 

XB408 

XB476 

ZA SERIES 

2T1479 

ZT1480 

ZT1481 
ZT1482 
ZT1483 
ZT1484 
ZT1485 
ZT1486 
ZT1613 
ZT1700 
ZT1701 
ZT1711 

ZT2102 
ZT2270 
ZT2876 
ZT3375 
ZT3440 



Mfg. Prod. Line 



GE 



GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 
GE 

GE 
GE 
GE 



GE 



GE-MOV 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 

PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 

PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 

PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR MODULE 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
GE-MOV 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 

PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 
PWR TRAN 



Page 



Suggested GE 
Replacement 



Type 



Page 



1418 



1444 

14 

1444 

1444 

1444 

1444 

1444 

1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 

1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 

1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 
1444 

1444 
1444 
1444 



D42C5 
D44C4 



1135 
1147 



1438 



D40E5 
D44C4 
D44C4 
D44C1 

D40E5 
D40E7 

D40E5 
D40E7 
D44C5 
D44C8 
D44C5 
D44C8 
D40E5 
D40E5 
ID44C4 
>D40E7 

D40E1 
D40E5 
D42C7 
D42C5 
D44R4 



1109 
1147 
1147 
1147 

1109 
1109 

1109 
1109 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1147 
1109 
1109 
1147 
1109 

1109 
1109 
1135 
1135 
1159 



CF= CONTACT FACTORY 



47 



Dev ice 



2N2711 
2N2712 
2N2713 
2N2714 
2N2923 



SILICON SIGNAL TRANSISTORS 

GENERAL PURPOSE AMPLIFIERS 

TO-98 PACKAGE 



2N3858 

2N3858A 

2N3859 

2N3859A 

2N3860 

2N3877 

2N3877A 

2N3900 

2N3900A 

2N3901 



Type 



NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 



BV CEO 

@10mA 

(V) 

18™ 

18 

18 

18 

25 



Min.-Max. @Ic-V C e(V) 



30-90 

75-225 

30-90 

75-225 

90-180* 



2N2924 


NPN 


25 


150-300' 




2N2925 


NPN 


25 


235-470* | 


2N2926 


NPN 


18 


35-470* 


2N3390 


NPN 


25 


400-800 


2N3391 


NPN 


25 


250-500 


2N3391A 


NPN 


25 


250-500 


2N3392 


NPN 


25 


150-300 


2N3393 


NPN 


25 


90-180 


2N3394 


NPN 


25 


55-110 


2N3395 


NPN 


25 


150-500 




2N3396 


NPN 


25 


90-500 




2N3397 


NPN 


25 


55-500 




2N3398 


NPN 


25 


55-800 




2N3402 


NPN 


25 


75-225 I 


2N3403 


NPN 


25 


180-540 


2N3404 


NPN 


50 


75-225 


2N3405 


NPN 


50 


180-540 


2N3414 


NPN 


25 


75-225 I 


2N3415 


NPN 


25 


1 80-540 




2N3416 


NPN 


50 ! 


75-225 




2N3417 


NPN 


50 I 


180-540 




2N3662 


NPN 


12 ! 


20- 




2N3663 


NPN 


12 


20- I 


2N3843 


NPN 


30 : 


20-40 


2N3843A 


NPN 


30 , 


20-40 




2N3844 


NPN 


30 


35-70 




2N3844A 


NPN 


30 


35-70 




2N3845 


NPN 


25 


60-120 




2N3845A 


NPN 


25 


60-120 




2 N 3854 


NPN 


36 


35-70 


2N3854A 


NPN 


36 


35-70 


2N3855 


NPN 


36 


60-120 


2N3855A 


NPN 


36 


60-120 I 


2N3856 


NPN 


36 


100-200 ( 


2N3856A 


NPN 


36 


100-200 I 





2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA, 



NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 

NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 



40 
60 
40 
60 
40 

70 
85 
18 
18 
25 



2mA, 10 
2mA, 10 
2mA, 10 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 

2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 

2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 

2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 



'CE(SAT) 



(V)Max. @> l c , l B 



60-1 20 

60-120 

100-200 

100-200 

150-300 

20- 

20- 
250-500 
250-500 
350-700 



2mA, 
8mA, 
8mA, 
2mA. 
2mA, 

2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA. 
2mA, 

2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA. 

2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA, 
2mA. 



2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 



1.6 
1.6 
0.3 
0.3 
1.6 

1.6 
1.6 
1.6 
1.6 
I 1.6 

1.6 
1.6 
3 1.6 
1.6 
1.6 



10 
10 
5 



1.6 
1.6 
1.6 
0.3 
0.3 

0.3 
0.3 
0.3 
0.3 
0.3 

0.3 
0.6 
0.6 
0.2 
0.2 

0.2 
0.2 

I 0.2 

j °' 2 
0.2 

j 0.2 

3 °- 2 

J 0.2 

0.2 

0.2 



125 
125 
125 
125 
125 



0.125 
0.125 
1.6 
1.6 
1.6 



50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 

50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 

50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 

50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 

50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 

50mA, 3mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 

10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 

10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 

10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 

10mA, 1.0mA 
10mA, 1.0mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA 
50mA, 3mA j 




Typical 
(MHz) 



120 
120 
120 
120 
120 

120 
120 
120 
120 
120 

120 
120 
120 
120 
120 

120 
120 
120 
150 
150 

150 
150 
150 
150 
150 

150 

1000 

1000 

150 

150 

150 
150 
150 
150 
200 

200 
200 
200 
200 
200 

150 
150 
150 
150 
150 

120 
120 

120 

120 

120 



C cb <§> 10V, 

1 MHz 
Typical (Pf ) 



@ 25° C 

(mW) 



2 
2 

7 
7 

7 



360 
360 
360 
360 
360 



7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


7 


360 


5 


560 


5 


560 


5 


560 


5 


560 


5 


360 


5 


360 


5 


360 


5 


360 


.9 


200 


.9 


200 


2 


360 


2 


360 


2 


360 


2 


360 


2 


360 


2 


360 


1.7 


360 


1.7 


360 


1.7 


360 


1.7 


360 


1.7 


360 


1.7 


360 


2 


360 


2 


360 


2 


360 


2 


360 


2 


360 



360 
360 
360 
360 
360 



101 




SILICON SIGNAL TRANSISTORS 

GENERAL PURPOSE AMPLIFIERS 

TO-98 PACKAGE 







BV CEO 


h 


FE 


V CE(SAT) 


*T 


C cb <s>10V 


Pt o 


Device 


Type 


@ 10mA 
(V) 










Typical 
(MHz) 


1 MHz 


<a 25° C 


Min.-Max. 


@> l c ,V CE (V) 


V)Max. <§> l c , 'b 


Typical (Pf ) 


ImWI 


2N4256 


NPN 


40 


100-500 


2mA, 5 I 


0.125 I 


10mA, 1.0 mA 


120 


2 


360 


2N4424 


NPN 


40 


1 80-540 


2mA, 5 


0.3 


50mA, 3mA 


150 


5 


360 


2N4425 


NPN 


40 


1 80-540 


2mA, 5 


0.3 


50mA, 3mA 


150 


5 


360 


2N5172 


NPN 


25 


100-500 


10mA, 10 


0.25 


10mA, 1mA 


100 


2 


360 


2N5174 


NPN 


75 


40-600 


10mA, 5 


0.95 


10mA, 1.0mA 


120 


2 


360 


2N5232 


NPN 


50 


250-500 


2mA, 5 


0.125 


10mA, 1mA 


150 


2 


360 


2N5232A 


NPN 


50 


250-500 


2mA, 5 


0.125 


10mA, 1mA 


150 


2 


360 


2N5249 


NPN 


50 


400-800 


2mA, 5 


0.125 


10mA, 1mA f 


150 


2 


360 


2N5249A 


NPN 


50 


400-800 

* 


2mA, 5 


0.125 


10mA, 1mA 


150 


2 


360 


2N5305 


NPN 


25 


2K-20K 


2mA, 5 


1.4 


200mA, 0.2mA 1 


60 


4 


400 


2N5306 


NPN 


25 


7K-70K 


2mA, 5 


1.4 


200mA, 0.2mA 


60 


4 


400 


2N5307 


NPN 


40 


2K-20K 


2mA, 5 


1.4 


200mA, 0.2mA 


60 


4 


400 


2N5308 


NPN 


40 


7K-70K 


2mA, 5 


1.4 


200mA, 0.2mA 


60 


4 


400 


2N5309 


NPN 


50 


60-120 


10>i A. 5 


0.125 


10mA, 1mA 


150 


2 


360 


2N5310 


NPN 


50 


100-300 


10/uA, 5 


0.125 


10mA, 1mA \ 


150 


2 


360 


2N5311 


NPN 


50 


250-500 


10mA, 5 


0.125 


10mA, 1mA 


150 


; 2 


360 


2N5354 


PNP 


25 


40-120 


50mA, 1 


0.25 


50mA, 2.5mA 


200 


5 


360 


2N5355 


PNP 


25 


100-300 


50mA, 1 


0.25 


50mA, 2.5mA 


200 


5 


360 


2N5356 


PNP 


25 


250-500 


50mA, 1 


0.25 


50mA, 2.5mA 


200 


5 


360 


2N5365 


PNP 


40 


40-120 


50mA, 1 


0.25 


50mA, 2.5mA 


350 


5 


360 


2N5366 


PNP 


40 


100-300 


50mA, 1 


0.25 


50mA, 2.5mA 


350 


\ 5 


360 


2N5418 


NPN 


25 


40-120 


l8|iiilliliH 

50mA, 1 


0.25 


50mA, 2.5mA 


250 


4 


400 


2N5419 


NPN 


i 25 


100-300 


50mA. 1 


0.25 


50mA, 2.5mA 


250 


4 


400 


2N5420 


NPN 


* 25 


250-500 


50mA, 1 


0.25 


50mA, 2.5mA 


250 


5 4 


400 


2N6076 


PNP 


25 


100-500 


10mA, 10 


0.25 


10mA, 1.0mA , 


300 


5 


360 


D16G6 


NPN 


; 12 


20- 


8mA, 10 


0.6 


10mA, 1.0mA 


1000 


.9 


200 


D29E1 


PNP 


! 25 


60-200 


2mA, 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


150 


9.4 


500 


D29E2 


PNP 


I 25 


150-500 


2mA, 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


165 


9.4 


500 


D29E4 


PNP 


40 


60-120 


2mA, 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


120 


9.4 


500 


D29E5 


PNP 


! 40 


100-200 


2mA. 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


135 


9.4 


500 


D29E6 


PNP 


! 40 


1 50-300 


2mA. 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


150 


9.4 


500 


D29E9 


PNP 


| 60 


60-120 


2mA, 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


120 


9.4 


500 


D29E10 


PNP 


1 60 


100-200 


2mA. 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


135 


9.4 


500 


D33D21 


NPN 


j 25 


60-200 


2mA. 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


150 


9.4 


625 


D33D22 


NPN 


| 25 


150-500 


2mA. 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


165 


9.4 


625 


D33D24 


NPN 


j 40 


60-120 


2mA, 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


120 


9.4 


625 


D33D25 


NPN 


I 40 


100-200 


2mA, 1 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


135 


9.4 


625 


D33D26 


NPN 


1 40 


150-300 


2mA, 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


150 


9.4 


625 


D33D29 


NPN 


I 60 


60-120 


2mA, 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


120 


9.4 


625 


D33D30 


NPN 


1 60 


100-200 


2mA. 2 


0.75 


500mA, 50mA 


135 


9.4 


625 



102 



SILICON SIGNAL TRANSISTORS 

GENERAL PURPOSE AMPLIFIERS 

TO-92 PACKAGE 




BV, 



CEO 



Device Type @ 10mA- 

(V) Min. 



''FE 



2N3903 
2N3904 
2N3905 
2N3906 
2N4123 

2N4124 
2N4125 
2N4126 
2N4400 
2N4401 

2N4402 
2N4403 
2N4409 
2N4410 
2N5088 

2N5089 
2N5219 
2N5220 
2N5221 
2N5223 



NPN 
NPN 
PNP 
PNP 
NPN 

NPN 
PNP 
PNP 
NPN 
NPN 

PNP 
PNP 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 

NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
PNP 
NPN 



GES929 NPN 
GES930 NPN 
GES2221 NPN 
GES2221A NPft 
GES2222 NPN 

GES2222A NPN 
GES2483 NPN 



40 
40 
40 
40 
30 

25 
30 
25 
40 
40 

40 
40 
50 
80 
30 

25 
15 
15 
15 
20 



2N5225 NPN 25 
2N5226 PNP 25 
2N5227 PNP 30 



50 
50 
30 
40 
30 

40 
60 



GES2906 


PNP 


40 i 


GES2907 


PNP 


40 1 


GES5305 


NPN 


25 j 


GES5306 


NPN 


25 


GES5307 


NPN 


40 i 


GES5308 


NPN 


40 | 


GES5368 


NPN 


30 1| 


GES5369 


NPN 


30 


GES5370 


NPN 


30 


GES5371 


NPN 


30 


GES5372 


PNP 


30 


GES5373 


PNP 


30 


GES5374 


PNP 


30 



50 
100 

50 
100 

50 

120 
50 

120 
50 

100 

50 

100 

60 

60 

300 

400 
35 
30 
30 
50 

30 
30 
50 

60 

100 

40 

40 

100 

100 
75 
40 

100 

2K 

7K 
2K 
7K 
60 
100 

200 

60 

40 
100 
200 



Max. @ l c (mA) 



'CE(sat) 



-Typical 



V CE (V) Max. @ l c (mA) l B (mA) (MHz) 



C cb @10V l c P T 

1 MHz Continuous @ 25°C 
Typical (P F ) ImAI (mW) 



150 
300 
150 
300 
150 

360 
150 
360 
150 
300 

150 
300 
400 
400 
900 

1200 
500 
600 
600 
800 

600 
600 
700 

120 
300 
120 
120 
300 

300 

120 
300 
20K 

70K 
20K 
70K 
200 
300 

600 
600 
200 
300 
400 



10 
10 
10 
10 



150 
150 

150 

150 

10 

10 

.1 

.1 
2 

50 

50 

2 

50 
50 



.01 
.01 
150 

tso 

150 

160 

,1 

150 

150 

2 



150 
150 

150 
150 

%m 

150 
150 



2 
2 
1 
1 

6' 

5 
10 
10 
10 
10 



5 

5 

10 

10 

10 

10 

5 

10 

10 

5 

s 

5 

5 

10 

10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



3 
.3 
.4 
.4 
.3 

.3 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 

.4 
.4 
.2 



.6 
.7 



10 


.8 


10 


.8 


10 


.4 



.125 

.125 

.3 

.3 

.3 

.3 

.125 
.4 
.4 
1.4 

1.4 
1.4 
1.4 

.3 

.3 

.3 
.3 
.3 
.3 
.3 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 

50 

50 

150 

150 

150 

150 

1 

iiififii 

10 

10 

10 
150 
150 

10 

100 

100 

10 

10 

10 
150 
150 
150 

150 
10 
150 
150 
200 

200 
200 
200 
150 
150 

150 
150 
150 
150 
150 



5 
15 
15 

15 
15 
.1 
.1 
1 

1 

1 

15 

15 

1 

10 

10 
1 

1 

1 
15 
15 
15 

15 

1 

15 

15 



.2 
.2 
.2 

15 

15 

15 
15 
15 
15 
15 



I 300 

I 350 

! 250 

J 300 

I 300 

' 350 
; 250 

300 
i 225 

275 

300 
350 
100 
100 
75 

75 
200 
125 
125 
200 

75 
100 

125 

100 
100 
275 
275 
275 

325 
100 
225 
225 
50 

50 
50 
50 

200 

200 

200 
200 
200 
200 
200 



2.5 
2.5 
2.5 
2.5 
2.5 

2.5 
2.5 
2.5 
3.5 
3.5 

5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
2.0 

2.0 
2.0 
5.0 
7.0 
2.0 

6.0 
7.0 
4.0 

2.0 
2.0 
3.5 
3.5 
3.5 

3.5 
2.0 
3.0 
3.0 
3.5 

3.5 
3.5 
3.5 
3.5 
3.5 

3.5 
3.5 
4.0 
4.0 
4.0 



200 
200 
200 
200 
200 



350 
350 
350 
350 
350 



200 


350 


200 


350 


200 


350 


600 


350 


600 


350 


600 


350 


600 


350 


250 


625 


250 


625 


50 


350 


50 


350 


100 


350 


500 


350 


500 


350 


100 


350 


200 


350 


500 


350 


50 


350 


100 


360 


100 


360 


400 


360 


400 


360 


400 


360 


400 


360 


100 


360 


350 


360 


350 


360 


300 


400 


300 


400 


300 


400 


300 


400 


500 


360 


500 


360 


500 


360 


500 


360 


500 


360 


500 


360 


500 


360 



103 




SILICON SIGNAL TRANSISTORS 

GENERAL PURPOSE AMPLIFIERS 

TO-92 PACKAGE 



BV CEO 

Device Type @ 10mA 

(V) Min. 



'CE(sat) 



f T C cb @10V 
-Typical 1 MHz 



Max. @ l c (mA) V CE (V) Max. @ l c (mA) l B <mA) (MHz) Typical (P F ) 



Continuous 

(mA) 



Pt 

§> 25 C 

ImWI 



GES5822 
GES5823 
GES5824 
GES5825 
GES5826 

GES5827 
GES5828 
GES6000 
GES6001 
GES6002 

GES6003 
GES6004 
GES6005 
GES6006 
GES6007 

GES6010 
GES6011 
GES6012 
GES6013 
GES6014 

GES6015 
GES6016 
GES6017 
GES6218 
GES6219 

GES6220 
GES6221 
GES6222 
GES6224 
GES5375 ] 
GES5447 
GES5448) 
GES5449 ! 
GES5450 | 

GES5451 

GES5810] 

GES5811 

GES5812] 

GES5813 

GES58141 

GES5815 

GES5816 

GES5817 

GES5818 



60 
60 
40 
40 
40 

40 
40 
25 
25 
25 



60 

60 

60 

300 

350 

200 
150 
60 
60 
30 
25 
30 
30 
30 

20 
25 
25 
25 
25 

40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



too 

100 

60 

100 

150 

250 
40Q 

too 
too 

200 



i 200 
I 200 

I •{■• .•*»,•! 

1 200 
300 

[500 

I 800 

IT 300 

II 300 
I 500 



too J 

200 
200 

20 

20 

20 

20 

75 i 
150 

40 

00 

30 
100 

50 

30 

60 

60 

150 

150 



390 ! 

500 

600 



! ■► - 

! I- 200 

j 300 

I I 400 

J 300 

150 

300 

150 

600 
200 
200 
500 
500 



60 


160 


eo 


.160 


.^jpOfis 


rf-^MJ 


4W?F 


feSQb 


ri&H 


s*^w» 



Imkm 



2 

10 
10 
10 



25 


200 


500 


10 


40 


100 


'300 


10 


40 


100 


300 


10 


40 


20d 


500 


HIE 


40 


200 

' - * . 


500 

Blliills22 


10 


40 


too - 


300 


10 


40 


100 


300 


10 


40 


200^ , 


500 - 


-10 


40 


200 


500 


10 


60 


100 


300 


10 



10 
10 
10 
20 
20 

20 
2 

2 
150 
50 
50 
60 
50 

50 

i ■ 2 I 
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2H 
2-! 
!'•«:! 
5 
5 

5 

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10 
10' 

10 
10 

5 

5 

10 

. 5- i 
5 

-2 

fw 

2 

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2 

imi 

mm 
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.75 |i 
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.1251 

ma 

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2.0 

2.3 ' 
.125 
.125 
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.25 
.25 
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1.0 
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.75 > 
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i j»" i 



500 

500 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

100 

100 

100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

500 
500 
500 
i 500 
500 



.75 


l 500 


WHM 


500 


.75 


500 


1.0- 


10 


1.0 


10 



20 

20 

10 

10 

150 

50 

50 

100 

100 

100 
500 
500 
500 
500 



>7S 500 

.75 500 

!■,»■ I 600 

.76: T 500 

.76 I 600 ! 



50 

50 

5% i 
1 
1 

*,*-% : 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 

Mjgfe-i 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

■■50 
50 
50 

1 

1 

2 

iflf i 
i 
j.' i 

15 

r 5 
5 
5 

flip 

5 
60 
50 
50 
50 

50 

! 60 
50 

i--'m-' 



150 
150 
100 
100 
100 

100 
10 
150 
250 
170 

250 
150 
250 
170 
250 

125 
100 
150 
125 
125 

100 

150 

125 

65 

65 

65 
65 
100 
100 
200 
150 
150 
100 
100 

100 
125 
125 
150 
150 

125 
125 
150 
150 
150 



6.0 
8.0 
2.0 
2.0 
20 

2.0 
2.0 
6.0 
8,0 
60 

8.0 
6.0 
S.0 
60 
8.0 

6.0 

ao 

6.0 

ao 

6.0 

ao 

6.0 

8.0 

4.0 

j 4.0 

4.0 
4.0 
2.0 
2.0 
4.0 



750 
750 
100 
100 
100 

100 
100 
500 
500 
500 



500 
500 
360 
360 
360 

360 
360 
400 
400 
400 



500 


400 


500 


400 


500 


400 


500 


400 


500 


400 


800 


500 


800 


500 


800 


600 


800 


500 


800 


500 


800 


500 


800 


500 


800 


500 . 


50 


600 


50 


500 



6.0 


200 


360 


5.0 


200 


360 


6.0 


800 


360 


6.0 


800 


360 


6.0 


800 


360 


6.0 


750 


600 


8.0 


750 


500 


6 JO 


750 


600 


8.0 


750 


500 


6£ 


750 


600 


ao 


750 


500 


ao 


750 


500 


8.0 


750 


500 


ao 


750 


BOO 



104 



SILICON SIGNAL TRANSISTORS 

GENERAL PURPOSE AMPLIFIERS 

TO-92 PACKAGE 




BV, 



CEO 



Device Type @ 10mA 

(V) Mm. 



^E 



GES5819 PNP 

GES5820 NM 

GES5821 PNP 

MPSA05 

MPSA06 

MPSA12 

MPSA13 



NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 



40 
60 
60 
60 
80 
20 
30 



MPSA20 
MPSA55 
MPSA56 
MPSA65 
MPSA66 



NPN 
PNP 
PNP 
PNP 
PNP 



MPS3638 PNP 
MPS3638A PNP 

MPS3702 PNP 

MPS3703 PNP 

MPS3704 NPN 

MPS3705 NPN 

MPS3706 NPnI 

MPS5172 NPN{ 

MPS6076 PNP | 

MPS6512 NPN 



MPS6513 
MPS6514 
MPS651 5 
MPS6516 
MPS651 7 

MPS6518 
MPS651 9 
MPS6530 
MPS6531 
MPS6532 



NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
PNP 
PNP 

PNP 
PNP 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 



40 
60 
80 
30 
30 

25 
25 
25 
30 
30 

30 
20 
25 
25 
30 

30 
25 
25 
40 
40 

40 
25 
40 
40 
30 



MPS6533 


PNP 


40 


MPS6534 


PNP 


40 


MPS6535 


PNP 


30 


MPS6565 


NPN 


45 


MPS6566 


NPN 


45 


D39C1-6 


PNP 


25/40 


D38H1-6 


NPN 


60/80 


D39J1-6 


PNP 


60/80 


D38L1-6 


NPN 


25/40 i 


D38S1-10 


NPN 


30/60 


D38Y1-3 


■■hi 200/300 i 


D38W5-11 


NPN 


80 J 



150 
60 
60 
50 
50 
20.000 
10,000 



300 
160 
160 



V CE(sat) 



C cb @10V 



Max. <§> l c (mA) V CE (V) Max. @ l c (mA) 



Typical 1 MHz Continuous 

l B (mA) (MHz) Typical <P F ) (mA) 



@25°C 

M 



MPSA14 NPN 30 20,000 



40 

50 

50 
50.000 
75,000 

30 
100 

60 

30 
100 

50 

30 
100 
100 

50 

90 
150 
250 

50 j 

90 

1S0 
250 

25 

SO } 

30 

25 J 

30 [ 
40 
100 

2,000 
60 
6D 



400 



300 
150 
300 

150 
600 
500 
500 
100 

180 
300 
500 
100 
180 

300 
500 



30 
150 



1.200 



160 
100 

70,000 
500 
500 



2,000 70,000 
400 3,000 



.' 2 
"'2. 
100 
100 
10 
100 
100 

M ' 
100 
100 

10 

10 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
60 
10 
10 

''•'? ;' 

2 

' 2 ' 

4 

'•'2 : 

'2'. ! 



2 ; 
600 
500 
100 

500 
500 
100 
10 
400 



10 

10 

2 

.10 

20 
.1 



2 

1 

t 
5 
5 

6 

10 
1 
1 
5 
5 

1 

■8" 
6 



10 

n 

10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

to 

10 
10 

to 
t 

10 
10 

v f :i 

10 
10 

'3H 
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5 



10 



.75 
.75 
.75 
I .25 
.25 

1.0 

1.5 

1.5 

.25 
.25 
.25 

1.5 

1-5 

.25 
.25 

as i 

.25 
.6 

.8 
1.0 
.25 
.25 

.5 

.5 

M 

' .S . 

.5 

.5 



.5 

■ & 
.3 



.5 
.3 
.5 
.4 
•4 

1.5 
.125 
.26 

1.75 
,1 

1 1.0 
.1 



500 
500 
500 
100 
I 100 
10 
100 
100 

10 

100 

100 

10 

10 

50 
50 
50 
50 
100 

100 

too 

10 
10 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 

50 
100 
100 
100 

too 

100 
100 

10 

10 

500 
100 
100 j 
500 
10 

40 
10 






50 
50 
50 
10 
10 
.01 

.i 

,T 

1 
10 

to 

.1 
.1 

2.5 
2.5 

'. S ; 

. s 

5 

s 

5 
1 
1 
S 



5 

5 

51 

6 

5 
10 
10 

to 
to 
to 

10 

1 
1 

.5 
10 
10 

.5 

',S 

4 

1 



150 
125 
125 
100 

I 100 
I 50 
I 50 
| 50 

f 140 

| 100 

J 100 

I 100 

\ ioo 

! 125 
i 175 
I 150 
! 150 
100 

100 i 
100 i 

100 i 

100 i 
275 j 

275 S 

425 j 

425 | 

225 I 

225 l 

350 I 

350 1 

250 I 

250 1 

250 | 

350 j 

350 I 

350 1 
225 
225 

90 

100 I 

80 1 
90 

200 

100 
250 



8.0 
6.0 
8.0 
7.0 
7.0 
4.0 
4.0 
4.0 

*2M'\ 

11.0 

11.0 

6.0 

6.0 

5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 

ao. 

6.0 
6.0 
5.0 
5.0 
2.0 

2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.5 
2.5 

2.5 
2.5 
3.5 
3.5 
3.5 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
- 2»'-" l 
2.0 

5.0 
7.0 
10.0 
5.0 
20 

5.0 
2.0 



750 
750 
750 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 

100 
500 
500 
300 
300 

500 
500 
200 
200 
800 

800 
800 
100 
100 
100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

100 
100 
600 
600 
600 

600 
600 
600 
200 
200 

500 
500 
500 
500 
100 

100 
100 



500 
600 
500 
625 
625 
625 
625 
625 

350 
625 
625 
625 
625 

350 
350 
360 
360 
360 

360 
360 
360 
360 
350 

350 
350 
360 
350 
350 

350 
360 
350 
350 
350 

350 
350 
350 
350 
350 

500 | 
500 ] 
500 
500 
400 

500 
400 



105 




SILICON SIGNAL TRANSISTORS 

COMPLEMENTARY PAIRS 

TO-98 PACKAGE 



DEVICE 



NPN 



2N5418 



2N5419 



D33D21 



D33D22 



D33D24 



D33D25 



D33D26 



D33D29 



D33D30 



PNP 



2N5354 



2N5355 



2N6076 



D29E1 



D29E2 



D29E4 



BV CEO 
(V) 



25 



D29E5 



D29E6 



D29E9 



D29E10 



28: 
•25: 
"2s1 



25 



25 



25 



40 



40 



40 



26' 
36' 



40 
40 



40 



60 
W 



Min.-Max. @ l c . V CE (v) 



40-120 



100-300 



40-120 



100-300 



1 00-500 



60-200 



1 50-500 



60-120 



100-200 



1 50-300 



60-1 20 



1 00-200 



60-200 



150-500 



60-1 20 



100-200 



1 50-300 



60-1 20 



100-200 



50mA, 1 



50mA, 1 



50mA, 1 



50mA, 1 



10mA, 10 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



VcE(SAT) 



COMPLEMENT 



(V) Max. 
0.25^ 
0.3% ' 

0.2S J 
;03»'; 

"Q.TOj 

0.78 "j 

0,78 ; 

"i0.7B : 

" : 6;1BJ 

-' $.7S' ' 

,"0V?8"; 

0.75 ; 

Q.7S ; 

0.7S j 

J ' 0,78 ] 

0,7$ ' 

[' , 0.78 ] 

Q 7g ' 



\r, I 



B 



50mA, 
\ 50mA, 
j ■ 5 0mA, 
I 5©wiA, 

1 W* wA ' 

|.""qbowAJ 

1 600mA; 

} 500mA, 

I 500mA, 

j 500mA, 

1 500mA, 

j 500mA, 

1 SOOmA 

j 500mA, 

I SOOmA 
| 500mA 

j 500mA 

I SOOmA 

I 500mA 



2.5mA 
?.5mA 

2,5mA 
2,5mA 
I. QmAl 
50mA I 
50 mA 
50 mA 
fflmA" 
50 mA 
50 mA 
50mA 
,80mA 
50mA 
,50mA 
, SOroA 
, 50mA 
,50mA 
, 50«nA 



2N5418 



2N5419 



2N5354 



2N5355 



2N5172 



D33D21 



D33D22 



D33D24 



D33D25 



D33D26 



D33D29 



D33D30 



D29E1 



D29E2 



D29E4 



D29E5 



D29E6 



D29E9 



D29E10 








ENCAPSULATED TO-98 



ENCAPSULATED TO-92 



106 



SILICON SIGNAL TRANSISTORS 

COMPLEMENTARY PAIRS 

TO-92 PACKAGE 




DEVICE 



NPN 



2N3903 



2N3904 



2N4400 



2N4401 



2N4123 



2N4124 



GES5368 



GES5369 



GES537Q 



GES5371 



GES5449 



GES5450 



GES5451 



GES5810 



GES5812 



GES5814 



GES5816 



GES5818 



GES5820 



GES5822 



GES6000 



GES6002 



GES6004 



GES6006 



GES6010 



GES6012 



GES6014 



GES6016 



GES2221 



GES2222 



BV 



CEO 



PNP 



(V) 



h FE 



V CE(SAT) 



MIN.-MAX. @ l n , V rF (V) (V) MAX. @ |_ ] 



40 
40 



50-150 



2N3905 



100-300 



2N3906 



40 
40' 



50-150 



10mA, 1 
10mA, 1 



e 



COMPLEMENT 



1 00-300 



40 
40 



50-150 



2N4402 



1 00-300 



2N4403 



40 
40 
30 



50-150 



100-300 



50-1 50 



25 



2N4125 



1 20-360 



2N41 26 



30 

25 ' 
30 



50-150 



1 20-360 



60-200 



30 



100-300 



30 



200-600 



30 



GES5372 



60-600 



GES5373 



GES5374 



30 
30 
30 



40-200 



1 00-300 



GES5375 



200-400 



30 



GES5447 



40-400 



25 



GES5448 



60-300 



30 
30 



30-150 



1 00-300 



30 
20 



50-1 50 
30-600 



25 



GES5811 



60-200 



25 



25 



GES5813 



60-200 
150-500 



25 
40 



150-500 



GES5815 



60-160 



40 



60-160 



GES5817 



GES5819 



40 
40 
40 
40 
69 



1 00-200 



100-200 



150-300 



1 50-300 



GES5821 



60-160 



60 



60-160 



GES5823 



60 
60 



100-200 



100-200 



25 



GES6001 



100-300 



25 



100-300 



GES6003 



25 

_2§_ 

40 



200-500 



200-500 



GES6005 



40 



100-300 
100-300 



40 



GES6007 



200-500 



40 



GES6011 



200-500 
40 100-300 



40 



100-300 



40 



GES6013 



200-500 



GES6015 



40 
60 
60 

60 ■ 



200-500 



1 00-300 



GES6017 



60 
30 



30 



GES2906 



GES2907 



40 
40 



40-120 



100-300 



10 mA, 1 



10mA, 1 



0.3 
0.3 
0.4 
0.4 



150mA, 1 
150mA, 1 



0.4 
0.4 



50mA, 
50 mA, 
50mA, ; 
50mA, 



150 mA, 2 



150mA, 2 



0.4 



2mA, 1 



2mA, 1 



2mA. 1 



2mA, 1 



1 50mA, 10 



150mA, 10 



150mA. 10 



0.4 

0.3 

0.3 

0.4 

0.4 

0.3 

0.3_" 

0.3 



150mA, 
150mA, 
150mA, 



5mA 
5mA 
5mA ; 
5mA 



2N3905 



2N3906 



2N3903 



15mA 



2N3904 



2N4402 



150 mA" 

fflmA_ 
50mA, 



15mA 

15mA 

_5mA 

5 mA 



2N4403 



\ 2N4400 



2N4401 



2N4125 



50mA, 



50mA, 



5mA 
5mA 



2N4126 



2N4123 



150mA, 10 



150mA, 
ISOmA, 
150mA, 



15mA 



2N4124 



150mA, 10 



150mA, 10 



0.3 
0.3 
0.3 



15mA 
ISmA 



GES5372 



GES5373 



1 50mA, 1 5mA 



GES5374 



150mA, 10 



0.3 



150mA, 
IbOmA, 



15mA 



GES5375 



16mA 



GES5368 



150mA, 10 



0.3 



160mA, 15mA 



GES5369 



50mA. 



0.25 



160mA. ISmA 



GES5370 



SOmA, 5 



0.25 



50mA, 2 



0.6 



50mA, 5mA 
60mA, 5mA 



GES5371 



GES5449 



50mA. 



0.8 



50mA. 



100mA, 
100mA, 



5mA 



GES5450 



1.0 



5mA 



GES5447 



2mA, 2 



0.75 



100mA, 5mA 



GES5448 



2mA, 2 



0.75 



500mA, SOmA 



GES5447 



2mA, 2 



0.75 



2mA, 2 



0.75 



2mA, 2 



0.75 



, 500mA, SOmA 
500mA, SOmA 
500mA. 50mA 



GES5811 



GES5810 



GES5813 



2mA, 2 



500mA, 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA. 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 2 



2mA, 



2mA, 2 



0.76 
0.75 
"0.75" 
_075j 
0.75 

0;75^ 

b.7_5~ 
0.75 



500mA, 
500 mA, 



50m A 
50mA 



GES5812 



GES5815 



50mA 



GES5814 



2mA, 2 



500mA; 
500mA; 
500mA, 
500mA, 
500mA, 
500mA, 



1 0mA, 1 



50 mA 
~50mA 
SOmA 
SOmA 
50 mA 
~50iinA 



GES5817 



» GES5816 



GES5819 



GES5818 



GES5821 



GES5820 



10mA, 1 



. _075 50 0mA , 50mA 

100mA, 30mA " 



GES5823 



GES5822 



0.4 



10mA, 1 



100mA, 10mA 



GES6001 



0.2 



10mA, 1 



0.4 



100mA, 10mA 



GES6000 



100mA, 10mA 



GES6003 



'OmA, 1 02 100mA. 10mA 

'OmA, 1 04 100mA, 1 0mA 

1 0mA, 1 6.2 



GES6002 



GES6005 



10mA. 1 



0.4 



100mA, 10mA 



GES6004 



10mA. 1 



100mA, 10mA 



GES6007 



0.5 



1 0mA. 1 



0.75 



500mA. 50mA 



GES6006 



10mA. 1 



500mA, 50mA 



GES6011 



10mA, 1 



10mA. 1 



1 00-300 


10mA, 


1 


200-500 


10mA. 


1 


200-500 


10mA, 


1 


40-120 


150, 


10 


100-300 


150, 


10 



0.5 
0,78 

as 

0.7S 
0.8 



500mA, SOmA 
50 mA 
50mA 
SOmA 



GES6010 



_0.75_ 
0.3 



500mA, 
500mA, 
500mA. 
500mA, 
500mA, 



GES6013 



GES6012 



GES6015 



150. 



10 



150. 



10 



0.3 
0.4 
0.4 



150mA, 
180mA, 
150mA, 
150mA, 



50mA 
SOmA 
ISmA 
15mA 
15mA 
TSmA 



GES6014 



GES6017 



GES6016 



GES2906 



GES2907 



GES2221 



GES2222 



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BV 



NPN 



MPS A05 



MPSA06 



MPS3704 



MPS3705 



MPS3706 



MPS651 2 



MPS651 3 



MPS6514 



MPS651 5 



MPS6530 



MPS6531 



MPS6532 



MPS5172 



D38H1-3 



D38H4-6 



D38L1-3 



D38L4-6 



CEO 



V CE(SAT) 



PIMP 



(V) 



MIN.-MAX. @ l c , V CE (V) (V) MAX. 



MPSA55 



MPS A56 



MPS3702 



eo 

"80 
60 
80 
25 



50- 



50- 



50- 



50- 



60-300 



MPS3703 



30 



30-150 



30 



100-300 



30 



20 



30 



30 



MPS6516 



MPS651 7 



MPS6518 



25 
25" 
40 
40 
~40~ 



MPS6519 



25 



MPS6533 



40 
40 
30~ 
40 



MPS6534 



40 



MPS6535 



30 



25 



MPS6076 



25 



D39J1-3 



60 
80 



D39J4-6 



80 



D39C1-3 



D39C4-6 



40 
40" 
25 
25 



50-150 



30-600 



50-100 



90-180 



1 50-300 



250-500 



50-1 00 



90-180 



1 50-300 



250-500 



40-1 20 



90-270 



30- 



40-1 20 



90-270 



30- 



100-500 



1 00-500 



60-500 



60-500 



60-500 



60-500 



2K-70K 



2K-70K 



2K-70K 



2K-70K 



If 



COMPLEMENT 



B 



100mA, 1 



100mA, 1 



100mA, 1 



100mA, 1 



50mA, 5 



50mA, 5 



0.25 
0.25" 
"0.25" 
0.25 
0.25" 
6.25' 



50mA , 2_ 



0.6 



100mA, 10rnA_ 
100mA, 10mA" 
10dmA,'"i0mA^" 
100mA.' 10mA 
' _50mX _5mA 
" 50mA, 5mA 
100mA, 



MPSA55 



MPSA56 



MPS A05 



MPS A06 



MPS3704 



MPS3705 



50mA, 2 



0.8 



100mA. 



5mA 
5mA 



MPS3702 



MPS3703 



50mA, 2 



2mA, 10 



2mA. 10 
2mA, 10 



2mA, 10 



2mA, 10 



2mA, 10 



2mA, 10 



2mA, 10 



100mA, 1 



1.0 
0.5 

J6.5_ 
O.S 

"0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5" 
0.5 

' 6.5 



100mA, 1 



100mA, 1 



100mA, 1 



100mA, 1 



0.3 
0.5 
0.5 
0.3" 



100mA,. 

50mA, 

_50mAj_ 

." SOmAt. 

50mA,_ 

"50mA, 

50mA, 

50mA. 

_ _50mA;_ 

iOOm'A, 

100mA7 

lObrnA^ 

"lOO mA, 

i'dbmA, 



5mA 
5mA 
5mA 



MPS3702 



MPS6516 



_5mA_. 

5mA 

5mA 

5mA 

5mA 

"5mA 

IjOmA^' 

10mA 

10mA 

T0mA~ 



MPS6517 
MPS6518 
MPS6519 



MPS6512 



MPS651 3 



MPS6514 



MPS6515 



MPS6533 



MPS6534 



MPS6535 



MPS6530 



10mA 



MPS6531 



100mA, 1 



10mA, 10 



10mA, 10 



10mA, 1 



10mA, 1 



10mA, 1 



10mA. 1 



2mA, 



2mA, 



2mA, 5 



2mA, 



0.5 

Q.25 

0.25"' 



0.125 



100mA, 
10mA, 
10 mA , 

100mA, 



10m A_ 

JmA_ 
1mA 



MPS6532 



MPS6076 



MPS51 72 



10mA 



D39J1-3 



0.260_ 

0.125 

0.260 



100mA, 10mA 



D38H1-3 



lb; 

1 15 

j.5__ 

1.75 



100mA, 
IQOmA, 
_500mA 
500mA] 
500mA, 



500mA, 



10mA 
10mA 
,5mA 
.5mA 
.5mA 
.5mA 



D39J4-6 



D38H4-6 



D39C1-3 



D38L1-3 



D39C4-6 



D38L4-6 



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h F E 


NF 


1 




(V) 


Min. -Max. @| C/ v CE (V) 


(db) 


I2N3391A 


NPN 


25 


250-500 


2mA, 5 


5.0 


! 2N3844 


NPN 


30 


35-70 


2mA, 5 


10.2 


2N3844A 


NPN 


30 


35-70 


2mA, 5 


8.5 


2N3845 


NPN 


30 


60-120 


2mA, 5 


10.2 


2N3845A 


NPN 


30 


60-120 


2mA, 5 


8.5 


2N3900A 


NPN 


18 


250-500 


2mA, 5 


5.0 


2N3901 


NPN 


18 


350 700 


2mA, 5 


5.0 


2N5232A 


NPN 


50 ; 


250-500 


2mA, 5 


5.0 


2N5249A 


NPN 


50 ; 


400-800 


2mA, 5 


3.0 


2N5306A 


NPN 


25 i 


7K-70K 


2mA, 5 


5.0 


2N5308A 


NPN 


40 


7K-70K 


2mA, 5 


5;0 


2N5309 


NPN 


50 


60-120 


10/jA, 5 


4.0 


2N5310 


NPN 


50 


1 00 300 


10(iA. 5 


3.0 


2N5311 


NPN 


50 


250-500 


10mA, 5 


3.0 




Vce 
Vce 



"CE 



"CE 



5V, 
10 V, 



C~ 



10V, l c 
10V, i c - 

10V, l r = 



10mA, R s - 
1mA, R s - 
1mA, R s - 
1mA, R s = 
1mA, R.. - 



Conditions 

5K, BW = 
20, BW * 



20, BW 
20, BW' 
20, BW 



15.7KHZ, f -- 10Hz to 15.7KH2 
lOOKHz, f = 2MHz 
100KHZ. f-2MHz 
lOOKHz, f = 2MHz 
100KHZ, f = 2MHz 



5V, ! c -- IOOjuA, R s 
5V. I c = 10iiA. H 



V CF " 5V, \ c - 10/jA, 
V CE = 5V, l c = 100mA. 
V CE - 5V, lc= 600uA. 



5K, BW=15.7KHz,f- 10Hz to 15.7KHz 
5K, BW- 15.7KHZ. f =■ 10Hz lo 15.7KHz 
R s - 5K. BW - 1 5.7KHZ. f = 10Hz to 1 5.7KHz, 
R s = 5K, BW- 15.7KHZ, f = 10Hz to 15.7KHzl 
R,,- 160K, BW - 15.7KHZ. f = 10Hz to lOKHz 



V CE 5V, l c -- 600/iA, R s - 160K, BW ^ 15.7KH/. f -- 10Hz to 10KHz 

V CE ■- 5V,I C = 20/jA, R s = 5K. BW = 15.7KHz,f = 1KHz 
20/M. R s = 5K. BW = 75.7KHz, f= 1KHz 



5V, 
5 V, 



20mA, R s 



5K, BW- 15.7KHZ, f = 1KHz 



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Min. -Max. 

250-500 
400-800 
100-300 


>>FE 

@ 'c-Vce(V) 


NF 
(db) 




■= 5V 
= 5V 


lc 
'c 


= 100/iA, Rg 
= 10QuA, Rq 


Conditions 


. . 


GES5827A 
GES5828A 
GES6000 


NPN 
NPN 
NPN 


40 
40 
25 


J 2mA, 5 

2mA, 5 

10mA, 1 

10mA, 1 


5 
5 
3 
3 


Vce 
v C e 


5K, BW-" 15.7KH7 
= 5K.BW-I5.7KHz 




GES6001 


PNP 


25 


1 00-300 


V CE 

Vce 


= 5V 


If 


100/iA, Rs 


- 5K, BW = 15.7KHz 












- 5V 


•e 


- 100/jA, Rs 


5K, BW = 15.7KHz 




GES6004 
GES6005 
GES6010 
GES6011 


NPN 
PNP 
NPN 
PNP 


40 
40 
40 
40 


1 00-300 
1 00-300 
100-300 
1 00-300 


10mA, 1 
10mA, 1 
10mA. 1 


3 
3 
5 
3 
5 


v C e 
Vce 
Vce 
v C e 
Vce 


= 5V, 
- 5 V. 
= 5V, 


Ie 
'e 
'e 


- 100/iA. Rs 
' 100/iA, Rs = 
= 100/iA. Rs = 


= 5K, BW=- 15.7KHZ 
5K, BW = 15.7KHZ 
5K, BW= 15.7KHZ 




GES6014 


NPN 


60 


100-300 10mA,' 1 


~ 5V, 
= 5V, 


Ie 
Ie 


IOOiuA, Rs = 
= 100/iA. Rs = 


■ 5K,BW15.7KHz 
5K, BW- 15.7KHZ 




GES6015 

GES929 

GES930 


PNP 
NPN 
NPN 


60 
50 
50 


100-300 : 10mA, 1 
60-120 ! IO/jA, 5 

100-300 10 mA, 5 
7K-70K | 2mA, 5 
7K-70K I 2mA, 5 


3 
4 
3 
5 
5 


v C e 
Vce 
Vce 
v C e 


- 5V, 
-- 5V, 

= 5V, 


it 
'c 


= 100/iA. Rs 
= 10/iA. Rs = 


5K. BW=15.7KHz 
10K. BW= 15.7KHZ, f = 


10Hzto 10KK? 


GES5306A 


NPN 


25 


lc" 


= 10mA, Rs = 


10K. BW--- 15.7KHZ, f - 


■ 10Hz to lOKHz 


GES5308A 


NPN 


10 


= 5V, 


ic = 


- 600/iA, Rg - 


160K, BW= 15.7KHZ, f - 


10Hz to 10KHz 








V CE 


- 5V, 


! C 


* 600/iA, Rg » 


160K, BW-15.7KHZ. f = 


10Hz to 10KHz 


D38S1-4 

D38S7 

D38S8-10 

D38W8-10 

D38W13-14 


NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 


30 
45 
60 
80 
100 


4O0-3K 100/M, 5 
400-2K 100 mA, 5 
250-1. 2K 100 mA, 5 
150-1.2K ■ 100 u A. 5 
150-800 i 100 <iA, 5 


Typ1.3 
Typ1.3 
Typ1.3 

2 

2 


V C E = 
V C E = 
V C E^ 
V C E = 

Vce 


' 5V, 

= 5V, 

5V, 

5V, 


C" 

c- 

C" 


100/iA, Rg - 
100/jA, Rg = 
1 00/jA, Rg - 
100/iA, Rg ■-■ 


100K.F = 1KHz 
100K. F = iKHz 
100K, F - 1KHz 
10K. BW= 15.7KHz, f- 


10Hz to 10KHz 








5V, 


C" 


1 00/iA, Rg - 


10K, BW=15.7KHz, f- 


10Hz to lOKHz 


GES6012 
GES6013 


NPN 
PNP 


40 

40 • 


200-500 
200-500 


10mA, 1 
10mA, 1 


3 
2 


v C e = 
Vce- 


5V, 

5 V, 


E- 


100/iA. Rs = 
100/jA, Rs = 


5K, BW- 15.7KHZ 
5K, BW= 15.7KHz 




GES6016 
GES6017 


NPN 
PNP 


60 
60 


200-500 
200-500 


10mA, 1 
10mA, 1 


3 
2 


Vce- 
Vce- 


5V, 
5V, I 


E " 


100/iA, Rs =■ 
1 00/uA, Rs = 


5K, BW- 15.7KHZ 
5K, BW = 15.7KHZ 


- 



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Device 



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BV CEO 



'ON 



1 OFF 



l c (itiAl l B ImA) 



•b2 (T off ) 

ImA) 



V C E >V) 



2N3903 1 

2N3904 I 

2N3905 | 

2N3906 j 

2N4400 j 

2N4401 j 

2N4402 J 

2N4403 j 

GES5368 I 
GES5369 
GES5370 
GES5371 

GES5372 
GES5373 
GES5374 
GES5375 

GES6000 
GES6002 
GES6004 
GES6006 

GES6001 
GES6003 
GES6005 
GES6007 

GES6010 
GES6012 
GES6014 
GES6016 

GES6011 
GES6013 
GES6015 
GES6017 

GES2221A 
GES2222A 
GES2906 
GES2907 

MPS3638 
MPS3638A 



NPN 
NPN 
PNP 
PNP 

NPN 
NPN 
PNP 
PNP 

NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 

PNP 
PNP 
PNP 
PNP 

NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 

PNP 
PNP 
PNP 
PNP 

NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 

PNP 
PNP 
PNP 
PNP 

NPN 
NPN 
PNP 
PNP 

PNP 
PNP 



40 
40 
40 
40 

40 
40 
40 
40 

30 
30 
30 
30 

30 
30 
30 
30 

25 
25 
40 
40 

25 
25 
40 
40 

40 
40 
60 
60 

40 
40 
60 
60 

40 
40 
40 
40 

25 
25 



70 
70 
70 
70 

35 
35 
35 
35 

40 
40 
40 
40 

50 
50 
50 
50 

20 
20 
20 
20 

20 
20 
20 
20 

40 
40 
40 
40 

40 
40 
40 
40 

35 
35 
50 
50 

75 
75 



225 
250 
260 
300 

255 
255 
255 
255 

350 
350 
400 
400 

150 
150 
175 
175 

205 
250 
180 
240 

155 
200 
155 
200 

400 
500 
400 
500 

425 
525 
425 
525 

285 
285 
110 
110 

170 
170 



10 
10 
10 
10 

150 
150 
150 
150 

150 
150 
150 
150 

150 
150 
150 
150 

150 
150 
150 
150 

150 
150 
150 
150 

150 
150 
150 
150 

150 
150 
150 
150 

150 
150 
150 
150 

300 
300 



1 
1 
1 
1 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

30 
30 



1 
1 
1 
1 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 

15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

30 
30 



3 
3 
3 
3 

30 
30 
30 
30 

30 
30 
30 
30 

30 
30 
30 
30 

30 
30 
30 
30 

30 
30 
30 
30 

30 
30 
30 
30 

30 
30 



V EB(OFF) 

(Tqn> <V> 

0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.6 

2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 



i 30 


1 


\ 30 


— j 


J 30 


twBlflllB 


S 30 


lH|(ljl|iHB 


1 30 


J^H^^^B 


1 30 


Xllllilillilillfl 


10 


3.1 


10 


3.1 



110 



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GES5305 

GES5306 

GES5306A 

GES5307 

GES5308 

GES5308A 

D38L1-3 

D39C1-3 

D39C4-6 



Device 



2N5305 

2IM5306 

2N5306A 

2N5307 

2N5308 

2N5308A 

D16P1 



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NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
PNP 
PNP 



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NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 
NPN 



BV ( 



CEO 



(V) 



25 
25 
25 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
25 



BV 



CEO 



(V) 



25 
25 
25 
40 
40 
40 
12 



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7K-70K 
7K-70K 
2K-70K 
2K-70K 
2K-70K 



■c. I 



S 



2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 


1 1.4 
1.4 


200mA, 
200mA, 


2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 


1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


200mA, 
200mA, 
200mA, 
200mA, 


2mA, 5 
"2mA, S 
2mA, 5 


1.5 

1.75 

1.75 


500mA, 
500mA, 
500mA, 



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2mA. 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 5 
2mA, 6 
2mA, 5 



200mA 
200mA 
200mA 
200mA 
200mA 
200mA 
500juA 
500mA 
500juA 



C , V CE (V) (V) Max. @ 



V CE(SAT) 



lc. If 



1.4 


200mA, 


200mA 


1.4 


200mA, 


200mA 


1.4 


200mA, 


200 mA 


1.4 


200 mA, 


200mA 


1.4 


200mA, 


200mA 


1.4 


200mA, 


200mA 


1.4 


200mA, 


200mA 










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2N3877A 
2N5174 i 
2N5175 j 
2N5176 i 



70 

85 

75 

100 

100 



20 
20 
20 
20 



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Min.-Max. @ l c ,V CE (V) 



■CBO 



20 

20 

40-600 

55-160 

140-300 



2mA, 5 

2mA, 5 

10mA, 5 

10mA, 5 

10mA, 5 



100nA* 40 
lOOnA* I 40 
500nA 
500nA 
500nA 



60 
60 
60 



.125 
.125 
.950 
.950 
.950 




20mA, 10 
20mA, 10 
20mA, 10 
20mA, 10 



10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
20mA, 2mA 
20mA, 2mA 




Max. @ V CE (V) (V) Max. @ 



V CE(SAT) 

"c'b 



10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 
10mA, 1mA 




111 



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superior power and 
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• Color coded for polarity 
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configuration 

General Electric's technology, 
experience and quality 
products can serve your 
industrial application needs. 
Our Power Transistor Selector 
Guide and factory personnel 
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Contact your local GE distrib- 
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ELECTRIC 




SILICON POWER DARLINGTON TRANSISTORS 
NPN - HIGH GAIN 





GE Type 



D40C1 



D40C2 



D40C3 



D40C4 



D40C5 



D40C7 



D40C8 



T C = 25°C v CEO 



Max. 
(W) 



Min. Cont. ® 5V, 200mA Typical 

<v> (A) ~nz — nr. imh z ) 



6.25] 



30 



6.23 •! 



30 



6.26 



30 



6.3] 



40 



6.25 



40 



6.26 
6.25 



50 



50 



Min. 



1 0,000 



5 40,000 

.6 90.000 



ill 10 - 000 

5 40,000 
5 1 0,000 



40,000 



COMMENTS 



Max. 



60,000 



75 



75 i 



i 75 



60,000 



■75 



60,000 



75 



75 



75 



• Very High Gain: 60k typical. 
High input impedance; 50k ohm 
typ. 1 .2 watts Pr <§> 25°C 
ambient. 

• Applications: audio output, 
touch switch, oscillator, buffer, 
high power transistor driver, 
relay replacement. 




SILICON POWER DARLINGTON TRANSISTORS 
COMPLEMENTARY - 2 AMPERES 




SILICON POWER DARLINGTON TRANSISTORS 
COMPLEMENTARY - 10 AMPERES 




GE Type 
NPN PNP 



Pt 



■ 25°C CEO 



Max. 
(W) 



Min. 
(V) 



Cont. 
(A) 



COMMENTS 



Min. 



D44E1 



D45E1 



50 

60 



40 
-40 



10 1000 



10 1000 



D44E2 



60 
SO 



60 

-60 ! 



1 1 000 



TO WOO 



D44E3 



SO 

60 



80 
-80 I 



1 1 000 
10 1000 



Max. 



X P T ™Z 



TYPICAL APPLICATIONS 

• Relay and Solenoid Driver 
' * Regulator 

• Inverter Power Supply Switch 

• Audio Output 

• Relay Substitute 
'Oscillator 

• Servo-Amolifier 



RED 

Power Pac 




113 




SILICON POWER TRANSISTORS 
NPN HIGH VOLTAGE 





Pt .. . h FE "FE ft 

GE T C = 25°C V Cp n O {.C nt @ 1QV, 20mA @ 10V, 500mA Typical 
rype Max. (v) - , A )'- M . I Max . Min. I Max. (MH2) 



D40N1 6.25 



D40N2 6.25 



D40N3 I 


6.25 


D40N4 (J 


6.25 


D40N5 1 


6.25 


D40P1 \ 


6.25 


1 





D40P3 ; 


6.25 


D40P5 


6.25 


D42R1 


15 


. * 





D42R2 


15 


D42R3 


15 



250 
250 
300 
300 
375 
12C 
18C 
22! 
25! 
30! 
250 



250 




.1 


■joo 


,1 


300 


.1 


375 


.1 


120 


.5 


180 


.5 


225 


— 


.5 


250 


1.0 


.100 


1 



30 

60 

30 

60 
20 
40 1 
40 ! 



1.0 



D42R4 IS 



300 1.0 



D44Q1 31.25 

D44Q3 31.26 

D44Q5 31.25 

D44R1 31.25 



125 
175 
225 
250 



4.0 



4.0 30 3 



D44R2 31.25 



250 



D44R3 31.25 
D44R4 31.25 
D44R5 31.25 



300 



300 



250 



D44R6 31.25 
D44R7 31.25 
D44R8 31.25 



300 



250 
300 



1 Measured at 80mA 

2 Measured at 2mA 

3 Measured at 200mA 

4 Measured at 2 A 



90 



180 



90 



180 



80 



80 



80 



80 



20- 
20 2 
202 
30 
30 
30 



80 



55 



55 



55 



30 



20 4 

20" 



55 



50 



4.0 


303 


20 4 


1.0 


30 


1.0 




75 


1.0 


30 


1.0 


75 


1.0 




30 


1.0 




30 


1.0 




150 


1.0 




150 



90 

175 

90 

175 



300 
300 



50 



50 



TYPICAL APPLICATIONS 

• 120V AC Line Operated 
Amplifiers 

• Regulators 

• TV Video and Chroma 
Output 

• • Inverters/Converters 

" FEATURES 

• Glass Passivated Mesa 
Constiuction 

• Fast Switching 

• High Voltage 



40 



40 



40 



40 



40 



40 



40 



BROWN 

Power Tab 
BROWN 

Power Tab 
BROWN 

Power Tab 
BROWN 

Power Tab 



BROWN 

Power Tab 

BROWN 

Power Tab 

BROWN 

Power Tab 

BROWN 

Power Tab 

RED 
Power Tab 

RED 
Power Tab 

RED 

Power Tab 



198 

198 

198 

198 

193 

198 

198 

198 
198 A 
193 A 
198A 



RED 

Power Tab 



RED 

Power Pac 

RED 
P ower Pac 

RED 
Power Pac 

RED 
Power Pac 

RED 
Power Pac 

RED 
Power Pac 

RED 
Power Pac 

RED 
Power Pac 

RED 
Power Pac 

RED 
Power Pac 

RED 
Power Pac 



198A 



229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 



114 



SILICON POWER TRANSISTORS 
COMPLEMENTARY - 1 AMPERE 




>C h FE h FE 

Min. Cont. <§> 2V, 100mA @ 2V 1A 
(V) (A) 



Min. 









D40D2 


- 


6.25 


- 


D41D2 


6.25 


D40D3 


- 


6.25 


D40D4 


- 


6.25 


- 


D41D4 


6.25 


D40D5 


- 


6.25 


- 


D41D5 


6.25 



1.0 
-1.0 



50 



50 



COMMENTS 



Max. 



Min. 



150 



10 
10 



30 
-30 



1 120 



■1.0 120 



30 



1 .0 290 



45 



-45 



1.0 



50 



-1.0 



50 



45 



-45 



1.0 120 



1.0 120 



D40D7 



D41D7 



6.25 
6.25 



60 
-60 



1.0 
1.0 



50 



50 



D40D8 



D41D8 



6.25 
6.25 



360 



360 



20 
20 



10 



150 



150 



10 
10 



360 



360 



10 
10 



'0 
10 



D40D10 



D41D10 



6.25 
6.25 



60 


1.0 


120 


360 


-60 


-1.0 


120 


360 


75 


1.0 


50 


150 



10 
10 



-75 



1.0 



50 



D40D11 



1.0 120 



1.0 120 




10 
10 



TYPICAL APPLICATIONS 

• Amplifier Output and Driver 
Stages 

• Regulators series, shunt and 
switching 

• Inverters/Converters 

FEATURES 

• High Free Air Dissipation (1.25 
Watts @ 25°C) 

• Low Collector Saturation 
Voltage (0.5V Typ. @ 1 .0A) 

• Excellent Linearity 

• Fast Switching 

• TO-5 Compatible 
•Typical ft, 150 MHz 



10 
10 



SILICON POWER TRANSISTORS 
COMPLEMENTARY - 2 AMPERES 




GE Type T C =25°C V C EO 'c „ FE 
NPN PNP Max Min. Cont. @ 2V, 100Ma 
(W) (VI (A) Min 



1 2V, 1A 



D40E1 



D41E1 



30 
-30 



50 



50 



D40E5 



D41E5 



60 
-60 



50 



50 



D40E7 



D41E7 



80 
-80 



50 



50 



Max. 



Min. 



10 
10 



10 



10 



10 
10 



Max. 



Package Outline 
Type No. 



BROWN 

Power Tab 



198 



BLACK 

Power Tab 



198 



BROWN 

Power Tab 
BLACK 

Power Tab 



198 
198 



BROWN 

Power Tab 



198 



BLACK 

Power Tab 



198 



115 



SILICON POWER TRANSISTORS 
COMPLEMENTARY - 3 AMPERES 




SILICON POWER TRANSISTORS 
COMPLEMENTARY - 4 AMPERES 




GE Type 
NPN PNP 



T c = 25°C 
Max. 
(W) 



Min. 
(V) 



'c 

Cont. 
(A) 



h FE 
IV, 200mA 



IV, 1A 



COMMENTS 



Min. 



D44C1 



D45C1 



30.0 
30.0 



30 
-30 



4.0 
-4.0 



25 



25 



D44C2 



D45C2 



30.0 



30.0 



30 
-30 



4.0 
-4.0 



40 



D44C3 



D45C3 



30.0 
30.0 



30 
-30 



4.0 
(-4.0 



40 



40 



D44C4 



30.0 



D45C4 



30.0 



45 
-45 



4.0 
-4.0 



25 



25 



D44C5 



D45C5 



30.0 
30.0 



4.0 
-4.0 



40 



40 



Max. 



Min. 



Package 
Type 



10 



RED 

Power Pac 

GREEN 

Power Pac 



120 



120 



20 
20 



RED 

Power Pad 
GREEN 

i Power Pac 



120 



120 



120 



20' 

20* 

TO 

10 

20 



RED 

Power Pad 
GREEN 
Power Pac 



D44C6 



D45C6 



30.0 
30.0 



45 
-45 



4.0 
L 4.0 



40 



D44C7 



30.0 



D45C7 



30.0 



60 
-60 



4.0 
r4.0 



25 
25 



D44C8 



D45C8 



30.0 
30.0 



60 
-60 



4.0 



40 



-4.0 



D44C9 



30 



D45C9 



30 



60 
-60 



4.0 
-4.0 



40 
40 



40 



D44C10 


- 


':i3Q'-'Ji 


80 
-80 


4.0 
-4.0 


25 


- 


^^^^B 


- 


D45C10 ! 


30 


25 


^^^^B 


D44C1 1 


- j 


30 
30 


80 
-80 


4.0 


40 


120 j 


20 


- 


D45C11 : 


-4.0 


40 


120 


20 



D44C12 



30 



D45C12! 



30 



80 
-80 



4.0 



40 



120 



20 



120 



120 



20' 
20 J 



10 



10 



120 



120 



20 
20 



TYPICAL APPLICATIONS 

• Amplifier Outputs 

• Regulators: series, shunt, and 
switching 

• Inverters/Converters 

FEATURES 

• Low Collector Saturation 
Voltage (0.5V Typ. <s> 3.0A Ic) 

• Excellent Linearity 

• Fast Switching 

• Round Leads 
•TO-66 Compatible 

• Typical tr, 50 MHz 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 
Power Pac 



RED ' 

■ Power Pad 
GREEN 



RED 

Power Pad 

GREEN 

Power Pac 

I RED 

Power Pac 

GREEN 
Power Pac 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 

Power Pad 



120 



120 



20 1 



20 1 



RED 

I Power P ac 

GREEN 
IPower Pac 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 
Power Pac 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 
Power Pac 



-4.0 



40 



120 



20 1 
20 1 



RED 

Power Pad 
GREEN 

Power Pac 



hpE measured at l c = 2A 



Package 

Outline 

No. 



229 
229 



229 
229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 
229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 



229 






COPPER HEATWNK 




* "Cf^SjJft ^S^COPPEH wn« .032 DM. 

* POWER PAC 



117 



MUCONCHIP 
SILICONE 




SILICON POWER TRANSISTORS 
COMPLEMENTARY - 10 AMPERES 



pt 

GEType T c = 25°C 

NPN PNP Max. 

(W) 



VrFO 


lr 


Min. 


Cont. 


(V) 


(A) 



@1V,2A 



hFE 

@1V,4A 



COMMENTS 



Min. 



Min. 



D44H1 


- 


50 


30 


10 


35 


20 * 


- 


D45H1 


50 


-30 


-10 


35 


20 j 


D44H2 


- 


50 


30 


10 


60 


40 j 


- 


D45H2 


50 


-30 


-10 


60 


40 1 


D44H4 


is 


50 


45 


10 


35 


20 j 


- 


D45H4 


50 


-45 


-10 


35 


20 j 


D44H5 


- 


50 


45 


10 


60 


40 ! 


- 


D45H5 


50 


-45 


- 10 


60 


40 1 


D44H7 


m 


50 
50 


60 


10 
-10 


35 


20 j 


- 


D45H7 


-60 


35 


20 j 


D44H8 


H 


50 
50 


60 


10 
-10 


60 


40 


- 


D45H8 


-60 


60 


40 


- 


D45H9 


50 


-60 


-10 


60 


40 


D44H10 


- n 


50 


80 


10 


35 


20 I 


- 


D45H10 


50 


-80 


- 10 


35 


20 i 


D44H11 


- 


50 
50 


80 


10 


60 


40 


- 


D45H11 


-80 


-10 


60 


40 



D45H12I 



-80 



L 10 



60 



40 



TYPICAL APPLICATIONS 

• Amplifier Outputs 

• Regulators: series, shunt and 
switching 

• Inverters/Converters 

FEATURES 

• Low Collector Saturation 
Voltage (0 24V Tvp @ 3. 0A l c l 

• Excellent Linear ity 

• Fast Switching 

• Round Leads 

• TO-66 Compatible 

• Typical fi.50MHz 



„ . Package 

Package Qut|ine 

T V» e No. 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 

Power Pac 



229 
229 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 

Power Pac 



229 
229 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 

Power Pac 



229 
229 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 

Power Pac 



229 
229 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 
Power Pac 



229 
229 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 

Power Pac 



229 
229 



GREEN 

Power Pac 



229 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 

Power Pac 



229 
229 



RED 

Power Pac 
GREEN 
Power Pac 



229 
229 



GREEN 

Power Pac 



229 



118 



SILICON SIGNAL DIODES 
100 MA TYPES 




Part Number 


BV 
@ 100/JA 
Min. (V) " 


Ir @ 25°C Max. 


V 


F Max. 


Co 

@ DV 
(pf) 


trr 
(17SEC) 


Package 
Outline 


Package 
Outline 
Number 


(T?A) 


@ Vr (V) 


(V) 


@ If ImAI 


1N914 


10 U 

TOO 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

75» 

40 

75 

35 

75 

70 

100 

100 

100 

100 

75 

100 

75 

40 

76 

30 

70 
100 

75 

40 

25 
100 

75 

40 
25 

15 
25 


25 


30 


I'w&x 


- \. "*9'f.'"l 


4 


4 


D035 


38 


1N914A 


25 


20 


1.00 


20 


4 


4 


D035 


38 


1N914B 


25 


20 


...'Wfcfc- 


100 


4 


4 


D035 


38 


1N916 


25 


20 


1.00 


10 


2 


4 


D035 


38 


1N916A 


25 


20 


1.00 


20 


2 


4 


D035 


38 


1N916B 


25 


20 


1.00 


30 


2 


4 


D035 


38 


1N4148* 


25 


20 


1.00 


10 


4 


4 


D035 


38 


1N4149 


25 


20 


~t.#7 


10 


2 


4 


D035 


38 


1N4151 


50 


50 


1.00 


50 


2 


2 


D035 


38 


1N41S2 


50 


30 


.880 


20 


2 


2 


D035 


38 


1N4153* 


50 


50 


.880 


20 


2 


2 


D035 
D035 


38 


1N41S4 


100 


25 


1.00 


30 


4 


2 


38 


1N4305 


100 


50 


• M& 


10 


2 


2 


D035 
D035 


■ 

38 

38 


1N4444 


50 


50 


1 00 


100 


2 


7 


1N4446 


25 


20 


*ifr7 ' 


20 


4 


4 


D035 


38 


1N4447 


25 


20 


1.00 


20 


2 


4 


D035 


38 


1N4448 


25 


20 


1.00 


100 


4 


4 


D035 


38 


1N4449 


25 


20 


1.00 


30 


2 


4 


D035 


38 


1N4454* 


100 


50 


1.00 


10 


2 


2 


D035 1 


38 


1N4531* 


25 


20 


1.00 


10 


4 


4 


D034 


39 


1N4532 


100 


50 


.• 1J&K 


10 
20 


2 


2 


D034 | 


39 


1N4533 


50 


30 


880 


2 


2 


D034 J 


39 


1N4534 


50 


50 


•*jift 


20 


2 
4 


2 
2 


D034 | 
D034 1 


39 


1N4536 


100 


25 


1.00 


30 


39 
38 


1N4727 


100 


20 


•Wft. 


10 


4 


4 


D035 1 


1N4863 


50 


50 


1.20 


100 
50 


2 


7 


D035 | 


38 


DA1701 


30 


30 


1.00 


1 


4 


D035 1 


38 


DA 1702 


30 


30 


1.00 


50 


1 


4 


D035 j 


38 


DA1703 


50 


30 




50 


2 


4 


D035 j 


38 


DA1704 


100 


20 


30 


3 


4 


D035 1 


38 


MA1701 


30 


30 


. IJJ*'' 


50 


1 


4 


D034 | 


39 


MA 1702 


30 


30 


."!■» ' 


50 


1 


4 


D034 | 


39 


MAI 703 


50 


30 


t.#~ •"• 


50 


2 


4 


D034 | 


39 


MA1704 


100 


20 


1.00 


30 
10 


3 


4 


D034 1 


39 


DZ800 


2000 


2 


.800 


D035 J 


38 


DZ805 


2000 


12 


.80 


10 


— 




D035 | 


38 


DZ806 


2000 


22 


Jftd 


in 


- 




D035 1 


38 



DE104 



DE110 



DE112 



DE113 



DE115 



40 



40 



.02 



40 


40 


40 


40 


1 


40 


2 



25 



JAN and JANTX types available 



LOW LEAKAGE DIODES 



20 
30 
20 
20 
20 
30 
50 



.890 
.880 



.880 



JUBJ 
.880 



10 






200 



jog , 

200 




JS8J 

200 



200 
200 



D035 


38 


D035 


38 


D035 


38 | 


D035 


38 | 


D035 


38 


D035 


38 


D035 


38 



1 Measured at 5jUA 



119 




SIGNAL DIODES 
100 - 200 MA TYPES 



Part Number 



BV 

) 100/i* 

Min. 

(V) 



h 

ffi 25°C 

Max. 



Vf 
Max. 



(nA) 



1N4150 * 



50 



100 



1N4450 



30 



1N4606 



3# I 



100 



@ Vr(V) 



(V) 



50 



1.00 



30 



1.00 



50 



1.00 



@ lF(mA) 



Co 

@ OV 

(pf) 



trr 

(nsec) 



Package 
Type 



Package 
Outline No. 



200 



2.5 



D035 



38 



200 



D035 



38 



200 



2.5 



D035 



38 



200 - 400 MA TYPES 



Part Number 


BV 

@ 100uA 

Min. 

(V) 


Ir 

® 25°C 

Max. 


Vf 
Max. 


Co 

@ OV 

(pf) 


trr 

(nsec) 


Package 
Type 


Package 
Outline No. 


(nA) 


@ Vr(V) 


(V) 


@ lF(mA) 


1N4451 


40 


50 


30 


1.00 


300 


6 


10 


0035 


34 


1N4607 


• 8S 


100 


50 


1.00 


400 


4 


10 


D035 


38 


1N4608 


"'•• W 


100 


50 


.96 


400 


4 


iv 


D035 


33 


DT230C 


300 


| 1000 


300 


120 


250 


5 


MO 


D035 


38 


DT230H 


SS»' 


1 1000 


250 


1.00 


200 


5 


300 


D035 


38 


DT230HI 


2S8 


i 1000 


250 


1.10 


250 


5 


900 


D035 


38 


DT230B 


ZOO 


1000 


200 


1.10 


250 


5 


am 


D035 


38 


DT230G 


ISO 


| 1000 


150 


1.10 


250 


5 


300 


D035 


38 


DT230A 


1(0 


1 1000 


100 


1.10 


250 


5 


300 


D035 


38 


DT230F 


50 


j 1000 


50 


1.10 


250 


5 


380 


D035 


38 



■ JAN and JANTX types available 



MULTIPELLET SILICON SIGNAL DIODES 



40, 41, 42 



Part Number 



BV 

@ 5/iA 
(V) 



Ir 

S 25°C 

Max. 



Vf 
Max. 



(nA) 



@Vr(V) 



(V) 



@ lF(mA) 



Co 
@0V 
Max. 

(pf) 



trr 

(nsec) 



Package 
Type 



Package 
Outline No. 



1N4156 



30 



50 



1N4157 



30 



50 



30 



1N4828 



30 



1N4829 



30' 



100 



1N4830 



30' 



1N5179 



30 



50 



MPD200 



70 



MPD201 



50 



50 



MPD202 



90 



MPD203 



50 



90 



STB567 



50 



30 



MPD301 



MPD302 



60 
60 



40 



STB568 



60 



500 



MPD400 



120 



MPD401 



75 



50 



20 



1.58 



20 



2.32 



20 



.800 



.830 



20 



1.61 



20 



2.35 



20 



3.20 



30 



20 



1.57 



1.60 



20 



1.51 



20 



1.61 



30 



20 



2.32 



20 



2.32 



10 



25 



D035 



10 



20 



D035 



10 



30 



D035 



38 



10 



35 



D035 



38 



W 



25 



0035 



42 



10 



D035 



41 



10 



20 



D035 



10 



42 



10 



15 



D035 



10 



0035 



10 



15 



D035 



42 



15 



D035 



42 



10 



D035 



10 



D035 



41 
41 



20 



2.31 



30 



3.07 



3.01 



MPD402 



75 



90 



STB569 



75 



20 



3.01 



20 



3.01 



10 



D035 



Co 

ml 



10 



D035 



D035 



10 



D035 



40 



10 



D035 



40 



D035 



1 Measured @ lOO/tA 



120 




TUNNEL DIODES 



PACKAGES 



^^ ^ ^ - 



APPLICATIONS 



UHF Oscillator 
Level Detector 
Peak Sensing 
Frequency Divider 
Converter 
High Speed Logic 
Sampling Circuits 


Detectors 
Mixers 
Limiters 
Compressors 
Power Monitors 


Fast rise time pulse 

generators 
Amplitude Discriminator 
Sampling Circuits 
Fast threshold detectors 
Ultra High Speed Logic 
Level Sensing 


Amplifiers and self 
oscillating mixers 
through X band 
Phase array radar 
Frequency converters 
Low level digital phase 

shifters 
Pulse position modulators 


Doppler mixers 
Detectors 
Limiters 
Compressors 



fifi 




TYPES AVAILABLE 




40 








TD400 

Tunnel Diodes 
Microwave 


BD400 
Back Diodes 
Microwave 


*"c 

05 
N 

3C 
CD 

5 20 












>• 

UJ 

=> 

3 
^34 






TD260 

Tunnel Diodes 
Ultra High Speed 
Switch 






DC 


1N3712 
Tunnel Diodes 
General Purpose 


BDI 

Back Diodes 
General Purpose 









FEATURES 



• Low Cost 

• Hermetically Sealed 

• Electrically & 

Mechanically 
Rugged 

• Mil. Versions Available 


• Low Cost 

• Hermetically Sealed 

• Electrically & 

Mechanically 
Rugged 


• Very fast switching. 

• Very stable at elevated 

operating 
temperatures. 

• Low functional cost. 


• Controlled negative 

conductance 

• Controlled cutoff 

frequencies 

• Low noise 

• Low package 

inductance 

• Stable at elevated 

operating 
temperatures 


• Low capacitance 

• Low inductance 

• Low "on" voltage 

• Very high frequency 

capability 

• Low l/F noise ratio 




47 



+ 100°C 
operation 
TD-1 



TUNNEL DIODES 
GENERAL PURPOSE 



ip 

Peak Point 

Current 

(rnA) 



lv 
Valley 
Point 
Current 
Max. 
(mA) 



Capacitance 
Max. 

(pF) 



P«k Vr 

Po?nt ™'7. 

Voltage *•!*»«• 



Typ. 
(mV; 



<mV) 



Vfp 
Forward 

Peak 
Voltage 

Typ. 

(mV) 



8s 

Serin 

Resist. 

Max. 

(Ohms) 



1N3712 



I.0± 10% 



— « Resistive 

Negative Cutoff 

Conductance Frequency 

(mhos x 10-») Typical 

(6Hz) 



0.18 



10 



65 



1N3713 ' 



1.0 ±2.5% 



0.14 



65 



350 



500 



510 



4.0 
4.0 



8 Typ. 



1N3714 



2.2 ± 10% 



8.5 ±1 



0.48 



25 



65 



350 



500 



1N3715 i 



2.2 ±2.5% 



0.31 



10 



65 



350 



510 



1N3716 



4.7 ± 10% 



1.04 



50 



65 



1M3717 i 



4.7 i 2.5% 



0.60 



25 



65 



1N3718 



10.0 ± 10% 



2.20 



90 



65 



1N3719 ' 



10.0 ± 2.5% 



1.40 



50 



65 



1N3720 



22.0 ± 10% 



4.80 



ISO 



65 



1N3721 > 



22.0;!: 2.5% 



3.10 



100 



65 



350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 



500 



510 



$9} 

3.0 



18 Typ. 






19: 



40 Typ. 



41: 



3.0 
3.4' 



500 



510 



1.5 
1.5 



80 Typ. 



85 ±10 



500 



1.6 



180 Typ. 



1.6 
2.8 



TD-9 



0.5 ± 10% 



0.10 



60 



6.0 : 



190 ± 30 



1 Mil. Versions Available. 



4.0 Typ. 



2,fi. 

"SI 



121 







BACK DIODES 
GENFRAL PURPOSE 




X" 

Ls = 1.S nH 


Peak Point 

Current 

Max. 

(mA) 


C 

Total 

Capacitance 

Max. 

(PF) 


Reverse Voltage 
Min. 


Ifi 
Forward 
Current 

ftr Vfi = 90 

± 10 mV 

(mA) 


VF2 

Forward 

Voltage 

@ |F2 = 3 Ifi 

Typical 

(mV) 


tr 

Rise 

Time 

Typical 

(psec.) 


Vm I V R 2 

<b> Ir = Ip max 8 1 mA 
(mV) (mV) 


GE Type 


BD-1 


1.0 


20 


< 44ft. •', 1 '.448 


10.0 1 


W»V ':.'. *" 


1 1-0 


BD2 


0.5 


10 


¥$' ■. 1 *& 


5.0 * 


130 


* 0.7 


BD-3 


0.2 


10 


«8#' 1 46S 


2.0 * 


, ,»•"-' \ ' 


| 0.5 


BD-4 


0.1 


10 


380 J 46§ ' 


1.0 


"- m - ,-"• 


I 0.4 


BD-5 


0.05 


10 


886 1 46S 


0.5 


' a* .'■ 


1 0- 4 


BD-6 


0.02 


' 10 


330 1 ' 488 , 


0.2 


y® ,: J 


1 0.4 


BD-7 


0.01 


; 10 


$00 I 46S 


0.1 


i^for-. - 


1 0.4 

























TUNNEL DIODES 
ULTRA HIGH-SPEED SWITCHING 










***^ 


~ 47 
Ls = 1.5 nH 




+ 100°C 
Operation 
TD-260 <» 


li> 

Peak 

Point 

(mA) 

Current 


IV Vl- y VFP 

Valley C Peak V ".L_ Forward 
Point Capacitance Point vSEl* Voltage 
Current Max. Voltage rinirli @ If = Ip 
Max. (PF) Typical 'HE?' Typ. 
(mA) (mV) ' mv) (mV) 


Rs 
Series 
Resist. 
Typical 

If!) 


tr 

Rise 

Time 

Typical 

(psec.) 




TD-261 


2.2 ± 10% 


0.31 3.0 70 390 §00-700/ 


1 50 


43A" 


TD-261A 


2.2 ± 10% 


0.31 1.0 80 390 .S80-780 


1 70 


.» !*► 


TD-262 


4.7 ± 10% 


0.6C 6.0 80 390 500-700 


1 3.5 


aao/ 


TD-262A 


4.7 ± 10% 


0.60 in 90 400 5G0-70Q 


1 *-0 


' -7* 


TD-263 


10.0 ± 10% 


1.40 9.0 75 400 500-700 


1 17 


SSB 


TD-263A 


10.0 ± 10% 


1.40 5.0 80 410 8J86-5SJB;. 


1 20 


too". 


TD-263B 


10.0 ± 10% 


1.40 2.0 90 420 55Q-700 


i 2.5 


68 


TD-264 


22.0 ± 10% 


3.80 18.0 90 425 60OTyf>. 


| 1.8 


tffi 


TD-264A 


22.0 ± 10% 


3.80 4.0 100 425 550-700 


| 2.0 


84 


TD-265 


50.0 ± 10% 


8.50 25.0 110 425 StSTjp. 


1 1.4 


100 


TD-265A 


50.0 ± 10% 


8.50 5.0 130 425 640 Typ. 


1 1.5 


35 


TD-26S 


100 ± 10% 


17 50 35.0 150 450 WtyP> 


1 1-1 


S? 


TD-266A 


100 ± 10% 


17.50 6.U 180 450 660 Typ. 


1 !- 2 


_s»_ 

























dapi/ ninnro 












49 
Is = 0.1 nH 


BACK DIODES 
MICROWAVE 




Peak Point 

Current 

Max. 

(mA) 


C 

Total 

Capacitance 

Max. 

(PF) 


Reverse Voltage 
Min. 


Ifi 
Forward 
Current 

<a> Vfi = 90 

± 10 mV 

(mA) 


VF2 

Forward 
Voltage 
Typical 

(Hi If2 = 3 Ifi 
(mV) 




Vr, 

<<t Ir = Ip max 

(mV) 


Vr 2 

(3 Ir = 1 mA 

(mV) 


GE Type 


BD-402 


OS 


i 3 


420 


465 


5.0 


"Of . ">~ 


B 0-403 


■ 9Jt.. 


1 1 


400 


465 


2.0 


'■ isrer ''',?. 


BD-404 


%i ■''■'. 


J 1 


380 


465 


1.0 


170 


BD-405 


• " 'ws '''".". 


1 l 


350 


465 


0.5 


160 


BO-406 


' qm"'' 


! 1 


330 


465 


0.2 


160 


BD-407 


&M 


% i 


330 


465 


0.1 


160 



















122 



UNIJUNCTIONS, TRIGGERS 
AND SWITCHES 

Since the introduction of the commercial silicon unijunction transistor in 1956, General Electric has continued de- 
veloping an extensive line of negative resistance threshold and four-layer switch devices. Each of these devices can 
be used as a power thyristor trigger, and each offers a special advantage for a particular trigger function. In addition, 
each can be used for various non-trigger applications. 

The features — both in design and characteristics — which you receive with these products are concisely defined for 
each series.- 

TYPES 

CONVENTIONAL UNIJUNCTIONS 2 N489-494— proved reliability, MIL spec version. 

2N2646-47 — low cost, proved hermetic sealed device. 

PROGRAMMABLE UNIJUNCTION TRANSISTOR (PUT)— variable threshold, low cost, fast switching speed, 
and circuit adjustable electrical characteristics. 

COMPLEMENTARY UNIJUNCTION TRANSISTOR— ultimate in temperature stability for timing and oscillator 
applications. 

SILICON UNILATERAL SWITCH (SUS)— a stable fixed low voltage threshold, low cost, high performance 
"4-layer diode." 

SILICON BILATERAL SWITCH (SBS) — low voltage triac trigger, two silicon unilateral switches connected 
back to back. 

SILICON CONTROLLED SWITCH (SCS)— high triggering sensitivity, 4-lead capability for multiple loads or 
dv/dt suppression. 



APPLICATIONS 



^"^^ Unijunctions 1 


^v^ Conventional Complementary Programmable ' 


Use ~~-\ 2N489-94, 

\^ 2N1671.2N2160 


2N264S D5K1 2NS027 SUS SBS 
2N2647 D5K2 2N6028 2N4983-90 2N4991-93 


DC, Lo Cost P 


F P E E E 


DC, Hi Perf. F 


F F E F F 


k DC, Volt Regulator p 


P F FEE 


*£ DC, Inverter ■ 


F E E F F 


"C DC, Hi AI/AT P 

A, ... 


P P I' P P 


3 AC, <p. Hi Perf. ' 


F E E' F F 


•~ AC, 0, Hi f F 


F F E P P 


AC, Lo RFI P 


P F FEE 


AC, 0, Lo Cost 


F P E E E 


>1 hr. F" 


P F' E' N N 


>1 min, Lo Cost P 


F P E N N 


>1 min, Stable F 


P E P N N 


jj <1 min, Lo Cost p 


F P £ F - F 


p <1 min, Stable F 


P E P F N 


<10V P 


P F E N N 


10V-25V E 


E E E r F 


>25V p 


P P E T F 


Stability F 


F £ F N N 


«S Cost P 


F P E N N 


Adjust, Range £ 


E F F' N N 


£ Military E 


P F F ! P P 


■C Hi-Rel I 


p £ r> f f 


* Economy P 


F P E E E 



E = Excellent, F = Fair, P = Poor, N = Not Applicable 
1 With additional circuitry 
1 Hermetic version 2N6U6-18 



123 



CONVENTIONAL 
UNIJUNCTIONS 



General Electric produces a very broad line of standard UJT's. The TO-5 ceramic disc bar structure device has been the workhorse of 
the unijunction industry for over 10 years. MIL versions are available on the 2N489-494 series. 
The cube structure TO-18 series offers excellent value for those requiring proved, low cost units. 



Applications 

Oscillators 

Timers 

Sawtooth Generators 



SCR Triggers 
Frequency Divider 
Stable Voltage Sensing 





GE 
Type 



Ra>o 

Interbase 

Resistance 

@ Vie = 3V 

Ie = 

<K<2) 



v 
Intrinsic 
Standoff 

Ratio 
B Vib = 10V 



Valley 
Current 

Min. 

(mA) 



Peak Point 
Emitter 
Current - 
Max. 

G*A) 



Emitter 
Reverse Current 



Max. 

(AA) 



2N489 
2N4B9A ' 
2N489B 



4.7- 6.8 



.51-.62 



12 
12 

6 



2 
2 

0.2 



Tj=25°C 

@ V« 2 E 



VOB, 

Base One 

Peak Pulse 

Voltage 

Min. 

(V) 



2N490 
2N490A < 
2N490B 
2N490C 



6.2- 9.1 



.51-.62 



12 

12 

6 

2 



f.,i 
2 

0.2 
.02 



2N491 
2N491A < 
2N491B 



4.7- 6 8 



.56.68 



12 
12 
6 



2 

2 
0.2 



2N492 
2N492A ' 
2N492B 
2N492C 



6.2- 9.1 



.56.68 



12 
12 
6 
2 



2 

2 
93 

.02 



2N493 
2N493A ' 
2N493B 



4.7- 6.8 



,62-.75 



12 
12 
6 



2 

2 
0.2 



2N494 
2N494A ' 
2N494B 
2N494C 



6.2- 9.1 



,62-.75 



12 
12 
6 
2 



,1 "' 
2" 
0.2 
.02 



2N1671 
2N1671A 
2N1671B 
2N1671C 



4.7- 9.1 



.47-.62 



25 

25 

6 

2 



12 

12 
0.2 
.02 



2N21E0 



4.0-12.0 



25 



12 



2N2646 



4.7- 9.1 



.56-.75 



12 



2N2647 



4.7- 9.1 



.6S-.82 



0.2 



s 
is 
£«" 05J- 



2 s D5J-43 



4.7- 9.1 



,68-.82 



4.7- 9.1 



.68-.82 



12 



2N2840 



4 7- 9.1 ' .62 Typical 



* JAN & JANTX types available 
>Vn = 1.5V 



60 
60 
30 



60 
60 
30 

30 



60 
60 
30 



60 
60 
30 
30 



60 
f$0 
30 



60 
60 
30 
30 



30 
30 
30 
30 



30 



30 



30 



30 



30 



30 



Comments 



Package 



31 



"A" versions are guaranteed in recommended 
circuit to trigger GE SCR's over range - 

T A =. -55°C to 125°C. 



31 



3t 



"B" versions in addition to SCR triggering 
guarantees lower leo and If for long timing 
periods with a smaller capacitor. 



31 



31 



Industrial types. 



31 



General purpose — low cost. 



General purpose. 






For long timing periods and triggering high 
current SCR's. 



30 



General purpose. 



30 



General purpose — low cost 



30 



— For l.S volt applications. 



30 



124 



PROGRAMMABLE UNIJUNCTIONS 
(PUT - D13T SERIES) 



The 2N6028 is specifically characterized for long interval timers and other applications requiring low leakage and 
omcRSI • po,n } curre " t -, The 2N6027 has been characterized for general use where the low peak point current of the 
2N6028 is not essential. 



Applications: 



SCR Trigger 

Pulse & Timing Circuits 

Oscillators 



• Sensing Circuits 

• Sweep Circuits 



Outstanding Features of the PUT: 



Low Cost 

Low Leakage Current 

Low Peak Point Current 

Low Forward Voltage 

Fast, High Energy Trigger Pulse 



Programmable y 
Programmable R« 
Programmable l p 
Programmable lv 
Planar Passivated Structure 







JEDEC 
Types 


Gate to 
Anode 
Reverse 
Voltage 
Max. 
(V) 


DC 
Anode 
Current 

Max. 

(mA) 


Peak 

Anode 

Current 

20 «sec. 

1% D.C. 

Max. 

(A) 


Igao 
Leakage 
Current 
@ 40V 

Max. 

(nA) 


Pk. Point Current 
Max. 


Valley 

Current 

Min. 

@ Rs = 10 k 

(*A) 


Vo 

Output 

Voltage 

Min. 

(V) 


t. 

Pulse 

Rate of 

Rise 

Max. 

(nsec.) 


Package 


@Rs = 
10 k 

(AA) 


@Rg = 

1 Meg. 

(/•A) 


2N6027 


40 


150 


^* S ^1§1> 


10 


s 


;Vi'f '.. 


70 


6 


80 


175 
175 


2N6028 


40 


150 


2 


10 


1 


\'~M . 


25 


flHHH 


80 



COMPLEMENTARY UNIJUNCTIONS 
(D5K SERIES) 




The D5K offers the ultimate in unijunction stability and uniformity. Low frequency oscillators and timers can be built 
using the D5K with better than 1.0% accuracy over extended temperature ranges. The D5K has characteristics like 
those of a standard unijunction except the currents and voltages applied to it are of opposite polarity than those of 
the standard devices. 



GE 
Type 



Rio 

Interbase 

Resistance 

B l», = 0.1mA 

kfi 



1 

Intrinsic 

Standoff 

Ratio 



Valley 
Current 

Min. 

(mA) 



If 

Peak Point 

Emitter 

Current 

Max. 

<#A) 



lEO 

Emitter 

Reverse 

Current 

Max. 

(nA) 



Vo 

Peak 

Pulse 

Voltage 

Min. 

(V) 



Operating Frequency 

Temp. Stability 

Range from 2S°C 

Top _55 to +150°C 

(•C) % Package 




125 



SILICON UNILATERAL AND BILATERAL SWITCHES 

(SUS, SBS) 




The General Electric SUS is a silicon, planar monolithic integrated circuit having thyristor electrical characteristics closely approxi- 
mating those of an "ideal" four-layer diode. The device is designed to switch at 8 volts with a typical temperature coefficient of 
0.02%/°C. A gate lead is provided to eliminate rate effect, obtain triggering at lower voltages, and to obtain transient-free waveforms. 

The SBS is a bilateral version of the forward characteristics of the SUS. It provides excellently matched characteristics in both direc- 
tions with the same low temperature coefficient. 





GE 
Type 


Vacr 
Reverse 
Voltage 

Max. 

(V) 


If 

Continuous 

Forward 

Current 

Max. 

(mA) 


If 

Peak 

Recurrent 

Forward 

Current 

@ 100°C, 

10 «s, 

1% 

duty cycle 

(A) 


Pi 

Dissipation 

(mW) 


Tc 
Temperature 
Coefficient 

of 
Switching 
Voltage 
(%/»C) 


Vs 

Switching 

Voltage 


Is 

Switching 

Current 

Max. 

UA) 


Forward Vf 
Blocking Forward 
Current Voltage 
@ 5V @ 200mA 

(mA) (V) 


Ih 

Holding 

Current 

(mA) 


Vo 

Peak 

Pulse 

Voltage 

Min. 

(V) 


Package 


Min. 
(V) 


Max. 
(V) 




2N4987 


'jr'fjtf*' 


175 


1 


300 


- 


6 


10 


''JjiM'"' 


1.0 15 


1.5 


""^Bi 


16 
H 


2N4988 


3D 


200 


10 


350 


--.05 


7.5 


9 


*tff'"v" 


0.1 1 5 | 


.5 


3.5 


2N4989 


JJ °'p:f-' 


200 


■■■■I 


350 


±..02 


7.5 


8.2 


•M^h' 


"■CI 1 5 1 


1.0 


• #& ,: i 


2N4990 


* »• - 


175 


10 


300 


— 


7 


9 


"<«J*fe" 


0.1 15 


.75 


3.5 


2N4983 
2N4984 


3C 


175 
200 


10 
10 


300 




6 


10 


>. ?<Bt>V '. 


1.0 15 


1.5 


3.5 


G 
262 


350 


±.05 


7.5 


9 


I'yyfjjr, ,-, 


0.1 1 5 j 


.5 


'- %^tf'' 


2N498S 


30 


200 


10 


350 


2: .02 


7.5 


8.2 


V&ft.'' 


0.01 1 5 | 


1.0 


3.5 


2N4986 


'.:**■-.. 


175 


1.0 


300 


- 


7 


g 


,":s^h 


0.1 1 5 ! 


.75 


3.5 


75 

73 
is 


2N4991 




175 


1 


300 




6 


10 


• ', <w?»," 


17 


1.5 


3.5 


16 


2N4992 




200 


1 3 


350 


±05 


7.5 


9 


^'''jBMf-'J* 1 




.5 


""JkS-1 ' 


2N4993 


• ,,. JtS = 


175 


1 


300 


— 


6 


10 


^''•"@®lK 


1.0 1.7 


1.5 


■'," 1th 4 


262 



SILICON CONTROL SWITCHES 
(SCS) 





High triggering sensitivity. 4 lead capability 
for multiple load or dv/dt suppression. 












28 












Cutoff 
Charac- 
teristics 


Con- 
ducting 
Charac- 
teristics 


Max. 

Gate 

Ratings 


Gate triggering 
Characteristics 








Peak 
Vak If Recurrent Cathode 
Anode Continuous Forward Gate 
Voltage DC Forward Current Peak 
GE Blocking Current @ 100/isec Current 
Type (V) (mA) (A) (mA) 


Pi 
(mW) 


Ib 
@Vak 
Rgk= 
10KO 
150°C 
<*A> 


Ih 
Rgk= 

ioKn 

(mA) 


Vsk 
Igk = 
20uA 

(V) 


V6A 

Iga = 
1/iA 
(V) 


Igtk 
@Va 
Rl= 
R 

(MA) 


Vgtk 
k=40V, 

= 800!!, 

SA==C 

(V) 


Igta 
@V 
Rl= 
Rg 

(mA) 


Vgta 
ik=40V, 
= 800!), 
<=10K 
(V) 


Package 


3N81 65 200 1 500 


400 


20 


I 5 


5 


65 


1 


'^^^^'< 


1.5 


— .4 to —.8 


*¥^P?1S 


3N82 1 'C 200 1.0 500 


400 


20 


1.5 


5 


100 


1.0 


.4 to .65 


1.5 


-.4 to -.8 


28 


3N83 70 50 0.1 50 


200 


20* 


4.0 t 


5 


70 


150 t 


.4 «o 80 


— 


- 28 


3N84 40 175 5 100 


320 


20 * 


2.0 


5 


40 


10 


.4 to .65 


— 


- 28 


3N85 100 175 5 100 




20* 


2.0 


5 


100 


10 


.4 to .65 


— 


- 


28 


3N86 65 200 1 500 


400 


20 


0.2 


5 


65 


1 


.4 to .65 


0.1 


-.4 to -.8 


' jltf!? 




* Measured @125°C. t Measured in special test circuit (See specification sheet). 













ADDITIONAL REFERENCE PUBLICATIONS 
ORDER BY PUBLICATION NUMBER 



90.10 The Unijunction Transistor Characteristics 

and Applications 
90.12 Unijunction Temperature Compensation 



90.19 Unijunction Frequency Divider 
90.70 The D13T — A Programmable Unijunction 
Transistor 



90.72 Complementary Unijunction Transistors 



126 



I 






wn& 






mm 






■JF 




Mm 



)Mftri$£y 



RUMn 



OPTOELECTRONICS 



INFRARED EMITTERS 







MIN. 


MAX. 


PEAK EMISSION 


RISE 


FALL 


MAX. 


MAX. Ip 


GE TYPE 


PAGE 


Po@ 


V F @ 


WAVELENGTH 


TIME 


TIME 


PD 


CONT. 




NO. 


l F = 100mA 


l F = 100mA 


TYP. n. METERS 


TYP. n. SEC. 


TYP. n. SEC. 


mW 


mA 


LED55C 


1341 


5.4mW 


' - 1,7V ' • 


940 


300 - 


200 


1300 


100 


LED55B 


1341 


3.5mW 


1.7V 


940 


390 


200 


1300 


100 


LED56 


1341 


1.5 mW 


1.7V 


940 


300 


200 


1300 


100 


LED55CP 


1341 


5.4mW 


1.7V 


940 


300 


200 


1300 


100 


LED55BF 


1341 


3.5mW 


1.7 V 


940 


300 


200 


1300 


100 


LED56F 


1341 


1.5mW 


1.7V 


940 


300 


200 


1300 


100 



PHOTO TRANSISTORS 



DETECTORS 




PHOTO DARLINGT0NS 




PHOTO SWITCHES 



0PT0 COUPLERS 



PHOTO TRANSISTOR OUTPUT 





GE TYPE 


PAGE 
NO. 


SENSITIVITY (ma/mw/cm 2 ) 


BVceo 
(V) 


BVbco 
(V) 


Id (nA) 
MAX. 


SWITCHING TYP. 


TYP. 
V CE(SAT) 


MIN. 


MAX. 


t r (MSEC.) 


t f (MSEC.) 


L14G1 


• &w 


.6 


- 


45 


45 


100 


5 


5 


.4 


L14G2 


1337 


.3 


— 


45 


45 


100 


5 


5 


.4 


L14G3 


1337 


1.2 


— 


45 


45 


100 


5 


5 


.4 


L14H1 


1339 


.05 


— 


60 


60 


100 


5 


5 


.4 


L14H2 


1339 


.2 


— 


30 


30 


100 


5 


5 


.4 


L14H3 


1339 


.2 


— 


60 


60 


100 


5 


5 


.4 


L14H4 


i$3ft 


.05 


- 


• 3f. 


30 


100 


5 


5 


4 



2N5777 


- sm 


.25 




, m: 


25 


100 


75 


50 


' .8 ' 


2N5778 


508 


.25 


_ 


40 


40 


100 


75 


50 


JS . 


2N5779 


508 


1.0 


_ 


25 


25 


100 


75 


50 


.8 


2N5780 


508 


1.0 


_ 


40 


40 


100 


75 


50 


.8 


L14F1 


1335 


15.0 


— 


25 


25 


100 


75 


50 


.8 


L14F2 


1335 


5.0 


- 


2$, 


25 


100 


75 


50 


J- 



GE TYPE 


PAGE NO. 


IRRADIANCE TO TRIGGER 

(mw/cm 2 ) 


BLOCKING 
VOLTAGE 


l D (nA) MAX. 


Vr(V) 


L8 
L9 


1129 
IS29 


- 


10 

4.2 


253Q0 
25-200 


IOmA 
10mA 


1.4 
1.4 



GE TYPE 


PAGE 
NO. 


ISOLATION 
VOLTAGE (V pk ) 


CURRENT 
TRANSFER 


l D (nA) 
MAX. 


BV CE0 
(VOLTS) 


TYPICAL 

(MSEC.) 


VCE(SAT) 
MAX. 




MIN. 


RATIO MIN. 


MIN. 


Tr 


Tf 


H11A1 


121$ 


2500 


'■• -.SB* : 


50 


30 


2 


2 


.4 


H11A2 


1275 


1500 


20%. 


50 


30 


2 


2 


.4 


H11A3" 


1277 


2500 


20% 


50 


30 


2 


2 


4 


H11A4 


1277 


1500 


10% 


50 


3© 


2 


2 


■1 


H11A5 


1279 


1500 


30% 


100 


» ;. . 


2 


2 


.4 


H11A520 


1285 


5656 


20% 


50 


i 30 


2 


2 


-; 


H11A550 


1285 


5656 


50% 


50 


30 


2 


2 


.4 


H11A5100 


1285 


5656 


100% 


50 


30 


2 


2 


.4 


H15A1 


1313 


4000 V RMS 


20% 


100 


30 


3 


3 


.4 1 


H15A2 


1313 


4000 V RMS 


10% 


100 


30 


3 


3 


.4 j 


4N25 


531 


2500 


20% 


50 


30 


3 


3 


.5 1 


4N25A 


531 


1775 V RMS 


20% 


50 


30 


3 


3 


■■ 


4N26 


531 


1500 


20% 


50 


30 


3 


3 


(iiiiiiiNi 


4N27 


531 


1500 


10% 


50 


30 


3 


3 


* 1 


4N28 


531 


500 


10% 


50 


30 


3 


3 


.5 1 


4N35 


525 


2500 V RMS 


100% 


50 


30 


5 


5 


■3 1 


4N36 


525 


1750 V RMS 


100% 


50 


30 


5 


5 


' 1 


4N37 


525 


1050 V RMS 


100% 


50 


30 


5 


5 


1 


H74A1 


1327 


1500 




100 


W 











128 



PROGRAMMABLE THRESHOLD COUPLER 



GE TYPE 


PAGE 
NO. 


ISOLATION 

VOLTAGE (Vpk) 

MIN. 


CURRENT 

TRANSFER 

RATIO MIN. 


I D (nA) 
MAX. 


BVceo 

(VOLTS) 
MIN. 


TYPICAL 
(MSEC.) 


VcEISATI 
MAX. 


Tr 


Tf 


H11A10 


•,13?1 


1500 


:; : >m? . 


50 


' X#0 : ' : ' 


2 


2 


.4 



AC INPUT COUPLER 



HIGH VOLTAGE COUPLER 



H11AA1 
H11AA2 


'-I3W 

' mm 


1500 
1500 


10% 


100 
200 




2 
2 


2 
2 


A ■ 

'■A . ,, 



H11D1 


-mn 


2500 


''Sttjfr 


100 


- Jspo 


5 


5 


,4 


H11D2 


1307 


1500 


20% 


100 


300 


5 


5 


,4 


H11D3 


1307 
1307 


1500 


20% 


100 


200 


5 


5 


■' A •- -"• 


H11D4 


1500 


10%. 


100 


200 


5 


5 


.4 


4N38 




1500 


10% 


50 


■ iP- 


5 


5 


1.0 


4N38A 


1775 V RMS 


-. "'!•%'. 


50 


-"-' m' ■ 


5 


5 


1.0 




PHOTO DARLINGTON OUTPUT 




H11B1 


1293 


2500 


500% 


100 


H11B2 


1293 


1500 


200% 


100 


H11B3 


1293 


1500 


100% 


100 


H11B255 


:-!M5- 


1500 


100% 


100 


H15B1 


1315 


4000 V RMS 


400% 


100 


H15B2 


1315 


4000 V RMS 


200% 


100 


4N29 


533 


2500 


100% 


100 


4N29A 


1775 V RMS 


100% 


100 


4N30 


533 


1500 


100% 


100 


4N31 


533 


1500 


50% 


100 


4N32 


533 


2500 


500% 


100 


4N32A 


533 


1775 V RMS 


500% 


100 


4N33 


533 


1500 


500% 


100 



3* 


125 


100 


U.- ' ' 


25 


125 


100 


•l&; •■ v 


2S 


125 


100 


■' ' >k®> '• '":. 


55 


125 


100 


. ID 


25 


125 


100 


■ ^ iA'. '- : 


25 


125 


100 


' * iA '<■ 


30 


5 


40 


1.0 


30 


5 


40 


1.0 


30 


5 


40 


1.0 


30 


5 


40 


1.2 


30 


5 


100 


1.0 


30 


5 


100 


1.0 


JpK -' 


5 


100 


1.0 




PHOTO SCR OUTPUT 



GE TYPE 


PAGE 


ISOLATION 


l F TRIGGER 


l D 100°C 


BLOCKING 


TYPICAL 


V F (MAX.) 




NO. 


VOLTAGE MIN. 


(MAX.) 


(MAX.) vA 


VOLTAGE (MIN.) 


TON (mSEC.) 


H11C1 


1299 


2500 


' • ' „ $lmA. 


50 


■ : ' J c ^t- <<■" 




! "-7:|jj" •7.™ 


H11C2 


1299 


1500 


20mA 


50 


200 




1 s 


H11C3 




1500 


30mA 


50 


200 




i • 


H11C4 


1303 


2500 


20mA 


100 


400 




1.5 


H11C5 


1303 


1500 


20mA 


100 


400 




1.5 


H11C6 


??H**3/ 


1500 


: ijjRBm 


100 


400 




1.5 


4N39 


.-.Su 


1500 


14tnA 


50 


200 




1.5 


4N40 


541 


1500 


14mA 


150 


400 




1 5 


H74C1 


1327 


1500 






200 






H74C2 


«tt? 


1500 






400 








PHOTON COUPLED INTERRUPTER MODULE 



GE TYPE 


PAGE 
NO. 


OUTPUT CURRENT 


Id (nA) 


bv E co 

(V) 


TYPICAL 


VcE(SAT) 
MAX. 


TONImSECJ 


t f (mSEC.) 


H13A1 
H13A2 
H13B1 
H13B2 


1311 
1311 


I F = 20mA 
!f = 20nA 
If = 20mA 
If = 20mA 


200M 

SOMA 

2500MA 

IOOOMA 


'•*'18i* > 


30 
30 

25 
25 


■ 150 
150 


150 


.4 

.4 

1.2 

1.2 





MATCHED EMITTER DETECTOR PAIRS 



H17A1 
H17B1 
H19A1 
H19B1 


— ' 

1319 


I F = 20mA 
I F = 20mA 
I F = 20mA 
I F = 20mA 


50mA 

1000mA 

100m A 

2000mA 


100 


30 

25 
30 
25 


150 

, ' .'<■*'. . 
150 


150 


A 
1.2 

.4 
1.2 




129 



FAST RECOVERY RECTIFIERS SELECTOR GUIDE 





2000 
1500 

1000 

900 

800 

<» 700 

^ 600 

§ 500 

g 400 

z 

£ 300 

K 
LU 

3 200 

t- 
-f 
o 

> 

100 
90 
80 
70 
60 
50 








1 












K 

* 
^ 




K 

5 
5 
























































5 


















8 

1 




i 

1 
3 




8 
? 

•> 

1 




















0> 

2! 
* 






































1 3 6 12 20 25 30 100 140 250400 750 IK 
AVERAGE CURRENT-AMPERES 



STANDARD RECTIFIERS SELECTOR GUIDE 



3000 

2000 

1500 

1000 

900 

800 

700 

«, 600 

tj 500 

t 400 

§ 300 

ly 200 

(a 

5 

-J 

s 

100 
90 
80 
70 
60 
50 






8 




1 










§ 






1 






1 


1 

1 
5 

o 

5; 

l 

1 
* 


* 

n 


i 

* 

1 


n 


8 

9, 

1 

% 

* 




8 
5 








5 

i 




* 

> 
i 

* 




1 

^ 




I 

* 






1 

s 

O 

£ 

> 

Si 

i 

1 




5 

■ 

> 














8 

> 
> 


















- 


1 

* 


- 


5 






















- 


<0 

1 




1 

5 
* 






1 

1 




r 

8 




8 

1 






1 








8 


— 
































«r 
3 

1 
* 


- 




















•> 










8 
* 












































1 1 3 3 5 6 6 12 12 20 20 20 25 35 35 40 100 100 150 160 250 275 400 7401000 1500 

AVERAGE CURRENT -AMPERES 



130 



RECTIFIERS 



THE INDUSTRY'S BROADEST LINE OF POWER RECTIFIERS— .250 T0 1500 AMPERES, UP TO 3000 VOLTS 



CURRENT/VOLTAGE RATINGS 

PACKAGING 

MOUNTING AND COOLING 



HIGH-SPEED FAST RECOVERY 
TRANSIENT SELF-PROTECTION 
GENERAL PURPOSE 




RECTIFIERS 
.25 TO 3 AMPERES 







JEDEC 
GE TYPE 




1N5059-62 1N4245-49 — 


- 


1N5624-27 


- 


- 




SPECIFICATIONS 








GEK4001-7 


A114A-M 


~^=— 


A15A-N 


AttSA-M 


Ifmiavi (A) 


.25 


1 1 


,%, 


1 


.1 


J 3 


3 


3 


@ TaC>C) 


50 


! ioo 


55 


75 


S$ 


70 


n 


55 


VnM(r. P | — Max. repetitive peak reverse voltage (V) 
















A115F 


SO 


DT23QF 


A14F 




GER4001 


AU4F. 


— 


'4PK 


100 


DT230A 


AHA 




GER4002 


A114A 





"MS*' " 


A115A 


150 


DT230C 


— 


- 


— 




— 






200 


DT230B 


1N5059 


NW.S • 


GER4003 


*im> 


1N5624 


' jjijj^i 


A115B 


250 


OT230H 


— 


- 


— 




— 


A15C 


A115C 


300 


- 


A14C 




— 


-MttC' 





400 


-- 


1N5060 


1N4246 * 


GER4004 


ftMW ' 


1N5625 


''ifm 


A115D 


500 




A14E 


— 


— 


A114I 





Mll& 


A115E 


600 




1N5061 


1N4247 • 


GER4005 


A114M 


1N5626 j 


*vwt 


A115M 


800 




1N5062 


1N4248* 


GER4006 


— 


1N5627 


A15N 




1000 




A14P' 


1N4249 


GER4007 


— 


— 






Ifm i.»r S .) Max. peak one cycle, non-recurrent surge 
current (60 Hz sine wave, 1 phase 
operation) @ max. rated load conditions (A) 


■HH 


50 


(■■HI 


30 


40 


125 | 


125 


110 


l J t Max. non-repetitive for 8.3 msec. (A'sec) 


- 


4 


WBSbb 


— 


3.5 


25 j 


25 


20 


T J Operating junction temperature range (°C) 


-65 to 
150 


-65 to 

175 ' 


—65 to 
160 


—65 to 
175 


-65 to 


—65 to 1 
175 j 


-65 to 
17b 


-65 to 
150 


T,t, Storage temperature range (°C) 


-65 to 
200 


-65 to 
175 


— 65 tD 
200 


-65 to 
175 


—65 to 
175 


—65 to 1 

200 j 


-G5to 
1 75 


-65 to 
175 


Vfm Max. peak forward voltage drop @ 
rated Ifiavi (1 phase operation) 


1.1 


1.0 


1.2@ 
_55<-C | 


1.1 


1.1 


1.0 | 


1.0 


1.0 


'" Max. reverse recovery time Usee) 


0.3 


6 


5 


- 




5 ! 


5 


0.2 


PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 


38 


119 


119 


119 


119 I 


119-2 I 


119 2 


119.2 


NOTE: 

1 Average forward current 1 amp. @ Ta=90°C. Junction, 
* JAN & JANTX types available 


operating and storage temperature range —65 to + 165°C. 







131 



RECTIFIERS 
5 TO 12 AMPERES 




JEDEC 



1N1612-16 1N1341A-48A 1N3987-90 1N3879-83 



1N1199A 1206A 

1N3670A-73A 

1N5331 



1N3889-93 



1N4510-11 



GE TYPES 



A28^ 



SPECIFICATIONS 


















'fm(av) ia ' 

@ T c = (°C) 


5 

150 


6 


6 


6 


12 


12 


12 


12 


150 


150 


100 


150 


100 


135 


135 


w Max. repetitive peak reverse 
VRM(rep) vo , tag9 (v , 


^^^B 


- 


^^^H 


- 


^^^^^H 


- 




- 


50 


1N1612 


1N1341A 


MMiBI 


1N3879 


1N1199A 


1N3889 


A78F 


— 


100 


1N1613 


1N1342A 


IHMHHH 


1N3880 


1N1200A 


1N3890* 


A28A 


— 


150 


^^^B 


1N1343A 


flHiHH! 


- 


1N1201A 


— 


200 


1N1614' 


1N1344A 




1N3881 


1N1202A' 


1N3891* 
1N3892 


A28B 
A28C 
A28D 


— 


300 


1N1345A 


■■■ill 


1N3882 


1N1203A. 


— 


400 


1N1615" 


1N1346A 




1 N3883 


1N1204A* 


1N3893' 


- 


500 




1N1347A 


- 


- 


1N1205A 


- 


■■■B 


- 


600 


1N1616* 


1N1348A 




- 


1IM1206A" 


- 


■■■Hi 


— 


700 


WBmU 


- 


1 N3937 


- 


1 N3670A 


- 


_ 


- 


800 


flfifiH 


- 


1N3988 


- 


1N3671A* 


- 


900 


^^^^H 


- 


1 N3989 


- 


1N36/2A 


- 


HHHI 


- 


1000 




- 


1 N3990 


- 


1N3673A' 


- 


IBBi 


1N4510 


1200 




- 


^^^^H 


- 


1 N5331 


- 


1IM4511 


Max. peak one-cycle, non-recurrent 
• surge current (60 Hz sine wave, 1/ 
'FM (surge) phase operation! @ max. rated load 

conditions (A) 


150 


150 


150 


75 


240 


150 


240 


240 


. Max. non-repetitive for 1.0 msec 
1 * (A^sec) 


26 


25 


2b 1 


- 


^^^^^^^B 


- 


67 

-65 to 
■175 

-65 to 
M75 


67 


T Operating junction temperature 
J range (°C) 


-65 to 
1190 

-65io 
+200 

7.0 


-65 to 
+200 


-65 to 

= 200 


-65 to 
+150 


- 65 to 
+ 200 


-65 to 
+150 


-65 to 
+175 


T stg Storage temperature range (°CI 


-65 to 
+200 


65 tn 
+200 


-65 to 

+ 175 

2.5 


US' 
<200 


-65 to 
+200 


-65 to 
+200 


d a Max. thermal resistance, junction- 
° JC to-case(°C/W) 


4.25 


4.25 


^^^^^^Hi 


2.0 


2.0 


2.0 


Mex. peak forward voltage drop 
V F m ©rated l F(AV ) (1 phase opera- 
tion) (V) 


■■HH 


1.1 


^^^^^B 


1.4 


^^^^^^^B 


1.4 


BHp 


1.4 


@T C =(°CI 


ISO 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


135 


T rr Max. reverse recovery time (nsec) 




- 


- 


200 




200 


100 


— 


PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 


120 


120 


120 


120 


120 


120 


120 


120 



•JAN & JANTX types available. 
* * A28 reverse polarity is an A29. 




The best way to assure reliability in a low-current rectifier pellet is to put 
i a package that really protects it. Protects it from shock, humidity, 
vibration and temperature. 

And that's just what we do with General Electric's glassivated 1-amp (A14) 
and 3-amp (A15) rectifiers. Solid glass provides passivation and protection 
of the silicon pellet's P-N junction - no organic material is present within 
the hermetically sealed package. In addition, rigid mechanical support and ex- 
cellent thermal characteristics are provided by the dual heat sink construction. 
For high-frequency applications, GE offers a fast-recovery rectifier, the 1-amp 
A1 14, with a 200 nsec. max. reverse recovery. 



132 



RECTIFIERS 
20 TO 25 AMPERES 



JEDEC 



1N248B- 1N119SA- 1IM2154 JJI™^ 1M4529. 
SOB 98A 60 ^3765-68 : ^ 



GE TYPE 



SPECIFICATIONS 



Max. average forward 
'fm(AV) current (1 phase oper- 
ation) (A) 



T C =(°C) 



150 



20 



150 



v~.., Max. repetitive peak 

v RM(rep) reverse voltage (V) 





- 






25 


35 


35 


145 


140 


• -its 









1N1183A- 1N3B99 1N3909- IMKh 
90A 3903 13 14 



A40F 



A44F AJI39 



30 



20 



150 



100 



100 



110 



20 
110 



26 



75 



1N248B 1N1191A 1N2154 1N1183 



1N1183A 1N3899* 1N3909* ^m^ a44f 



1N249B 1N1192A 1N2155 1N1184* 



1N1184A 1N3900* 1N3910* 'flarjS 9 A44A 



1N1193A 



1N1185 



1N1185A 



200 



1N250U 1N1194A 1N2156 IN1 186* 



1N1186A 1N3901» 1N3911* ^JJ A44B 



300 



1N1195A 1N21b7 1N1187 



1N1187A 1N3902* 1N3912* ^jS! 1 A44C 



1N1196A 1N2158 



1N1188* 



1N1188A 1N3903* 1N3913* ^Ann* A44D 



1N1197A 1N2159 1N1189 



600 



1N1198A 1N2160 1N1190* 



1N1189A 



1N1190A 



1N3213 
A40£ 



1N3214 
A40M 



A44E AftttKi 



A44M A13SM: 



700 



800 



900 



1000 



1200 



Max. peak one cycle, 
non-recurrent surge cur- 
l,_ , , rent (60 Hz sine wave, 

'FM(surge) , phase operation | <a 

max. rated load con- 1 
ditions (A) 



1N3765 
1N3766 



1N3767 



1N3768 
1N5332 



A139N 



400 



Max. I 2 t rating (non- 
repetitive for 8.3 msec) 
A 2 sec 



250 



Operating junction tem- 
perature range (°C) | 




1f>M@29 
1N4E30 



500 



A139P 



800 



225 



300 



300 



300 



400 



-65 to 65 to -65 to 

+1 75 1-200 +200 



Storage temperature 
range (°C) 



R0jc 



Max. thermal resistance, ; 
junction-to-case (°C/W) ; 

Max. peak forward 
voltage drop @ rated 
'f{ AV) (1 Phase opera- 
tion) (VI 1 



-65 to 
+175 



1.2 



k65 to 
+200 



-65 to 
+200 



T C = (°C) 



@T C 



25 



25 



T,r 



Max. reverse recovery 
time (nsec) 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 



1.4 


1.0 


1.2 


1.8 


w* .' 


140 | 







500 



-65 to 

+200 
1.0 



M 



100 



100 



500 



-65 to 
+200 

-65 to 
+200 



-65 to 
+175 



-65 to 
+ 150 



-65 to 
+175 



-65 to ,•**#'# 
+175 +12S 



-65 to 
+175 



1.5 



1.0 



1.4 



-65 to 

Typical 

loo 

Typical 



-65 to -40 id! 
+175 +200 



1 -5 
Typical ! 



1.0 



1.00 I 
Typical I 



1.85 



115 



25 



2S | 
200 



25 



25 



75 



200 



500 



123 



>23 



123 



123 



123 



125 



123 j 



1 JAN & JANTX types available. 






133 




RECTIFIERS 
100 TO 150 AMPERES 




JEDECTYPE 



1N3289-96 



1N3260-75 



GE TYPE 



A70 



A170 



A177 



AIM 



A187 



SPECIFICATIONS 



. Max. average forward current (1 phase 
'FM(AV ) operation) 

T c = (°C> 



100 



100 



100 



160 



150 



V RM 
(surge) 



■fm 

(surge) 



|2 t 



1 stg 



*0JC 



130 



130 



130 



125 



143 



Max. repetitive peak reverse voltage (V) 



50 



1N3260 



100 



A70A 



A170A 



A177A 



1N3261 



A180A 



150 



200 



A70B 
1N3289 



A170B 



A177B 



250 



300 



A70C 
1N3290 



A170C 



350 



400 



A70O 
1N3291 



A170D 



A177C 



A177D 



1N3262 



1N3263 
1N3264 
1N3265 



A180B 



A180C 



1N3266 
1N3267 



A180D 



500 



A70E 
1N3292 



A170E 



A177E 



1 N3268 



A180E 



600 



A70M 
1N3293 



A170M 



A177M 



1N3269 



A180M 



700 



A 70S 



A170S 



800 



A70N 
1 N3294 



A170N 



900 



A70T 



A170T 



A177S 
A177N 
A177T 



1N3270 
1N3271 



A180S 
A180N 



1N3272 



A180T 



1000 



A70P 
1N3295 



A170P 



A177P 



1N3273 



A180P 



150 



110 



A187A 



A187B 



A187C 



A187D 



A187E 



A187M 



A187S 



A187N 



A187T 



A187P 



1100 



A70PA 



A1 70PA 



1200 



A70PB 
1N3296 



A170PB 



A177PA 
A177PB 



A180PA 



A187PA 



1N3274 



A180PB 



A187PB 



1300 



A170PC 



A177PC 



1400 



A170PD 



A177PD 



1N3275 



A180PC 



A180PD 



A187PC 



A187PD 



1500 



A1 70PE 



A177PE 



A180PE 



A187PE 



Max. peak one cycle, non-recurrent surge 
current (60 Hz sine wave, 1 phase opera- 
tion) @ max. rated load conditions (A) 



1600 



2500 



2500 



2000 



3400 



2800 



Max. non-repetitive for 8.3 msec (A 2 sec) 



10,000 



28,000 



23,500 



16,000 



46.000 



33,000 



Operating junction temperature range (°C) -40 to +200 -40 to +200 -40 to +175 -55 to +190 -40 to +200 -40 to +175 



Storage temperature range (°C) 



Max. thermal resistance, junction-to-case 
<°C/W) 



-40 to +200 -40 to +200 -40 to +200 -55 to +190 -40 to -t 200 -40 to +200 
.4 .4 .4 .3 .3 



.3 



. Max. Peak forward voltage drop @ 

FM rated <f(aV) (1 phase operation) 



1.15 



1.3 



1.3 



1.6 



1.3 



@ TV 



(°C) 



25 



130 



25 



125 



143 



Max. reverse recovered charge, Tj - 25 C 



25 



30 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 



127 



127 



127 



128 



127 



127 



134 




RECTIFIERS 
250 TO 740 AMPERES 



109.1 




182 

























JEDEC 


- 


1IM3735-44 


- 


1N4044-56 


- 


- 


- 




GE TYPE 


A190 


- 


A197 


- 


A390 


A397 


A500 




SPECIFICATIONS 






. Max. average forward current (1 phase 
'FM(AV) operation) (A) 


250 


250 


260 


275 


400 


400 


740 




© T c = <°C) 


.144 


130 


110 


120 


145 


110 


too 


^FM(rep) Max. repetitive peak reverse voltage (V) 










A390A 






100 


A190A 


1N3735 


A187A? . 


1N4045 


A397A 




200 


Atgotf 


1 N3736 


A1971 
A1S7& 


1N4047 


A390B 


A397B 


iS^Mm 


300 


A190C 


1N3737 


1N4049 


A390C - 


A397C 


•i^^Si-^ 


400 


AfdOD . 


1N3738 


A1S3& 


1N4050 


A3900 


A397D 


- 


500 


A190E " 


1 N3739 


A18J6 


1N4051 


A390E 


A397E 


'i-.a^Sf 


600 


A1S0M •- 

,At90& ... 


1N3740 


aWtm" ' 


1N4052 


A390M 
A39QS . 


A397M 
A397S 


^.SOMMiS^" ^ ^ 


700 


A1.81S 


1N4053 


800 


AiSQN' 


1N3741 


AiaM- 

A197T 


1N4054 
1N4055 


A380N 
A390T 


A397N 
A397T 


1 . 


900 


At$0T 


- 


1000 


'•'. AtiSQj*'-- .= 


1N3742 


At Ira*- ' 


1N4056 


A390P 


A397P 
A397PA 


1100 


M8D>A ■ 

.... AtdQPf- L; - ; 


1N3743 


A1&7PA 
A1S7PE 


- 


A390PA 
A390PB 


^^Kf 1 * 


1200 


- 


A397PB 


- 


1300 


sA190PC/ 
A1«WiO. 


1N3744 


A19?JPG 


— 


A390PC 


A397PC 


- 


1400 


A390PD 


A397PD 


- 


1500 


'"• Aiaopi :. 


- 


' A193PS;' 


- 


A39QPE 


A397PE 


_A500PM_ 


1600 


.'■ r =-.'.'" . 


- 


.-.';.,. 


- 


. 


1700 


• _.• 


- 


-.•;'■" 


- 


- •■.- 


- 


asoops 


1800 


..'■*■."■''' ' 


- 


• -;^v"v.' 


- 


Z. — _ 


- 


A50QPN 


1900 




- 


! r-,>/ , 


- 


- 


A500PT 


2000 


■ :*-■■'"•' '•■' 


- 


'..'?;.'>,'■.- . 


- 


•r-,. 


- 


A500L 


2100 


.;.r'--""'-' ; "> 


- 


• : '^ : 


- 


- '. 


— 


A600LA 


2200 


; '-v *;•.'.',.'.' 


- 


. .."W* *•--. .. 


- 


■ — ' 


A500LB 


2300 


i-:-'"..'' 


- 


'.■*•?•■"• ; 


— 


W ' 


— z 


A600LC 
"aSOOLD ~ 


2400 


.•-* ■'■ ' '-..'" 


- 


2500 


;~A ■'■".>., 


- 


•' *•- -,'/ 


— 


' ^_ " 


- 


A800LE 
AS00LM 

.'.ASOOLS " 


2600 


- 


2700 


■'■it' ','. ' 


- 


'■■■$.£'.■■ 


- 


'. 


2800 




- 


■ .-. " ' 


- 


- 


- 


AS00LN 


2900 


. .- : .. 


- 


.^4 : ,*•' • 


- 


- - 


- 


A50OLT 


3000 


• „ . •• 


- 


••'-/- 


- 


•■ - . ••• 


- 


A500U» 


. Max. peak one cycle, non-recurrent surge 
FM current (60 Hz sine wave, 1 phase opera- 
(surge) t j on ) @ max . rated load conditions (A) 


•••-6860" •;••'-. 


4500 


500O 


5000 


7000 


5000 


10,000 


l 2 t Max. non-repetitive for 8.3 msec (A 2 sec) 


- 1%(K)0 


84,000 


1Q9iQQQ. 


100,000 


200J00O 


95,000 


415JW0 


Tj Operating junction temperature range (°C) 


-4btQt^)6 
^40tb*200 


-40 to +200 
-40 to +200 

.18 


-40tt>>176 


-65 to +190 

-65 to +200 

.18 


•40 to +200 


-40 to +175 


-40. to +175 


T stg Storage temperature range (°C) 


■40 to +200 
.15 

1.15 


-40 to +200 
.095 


■bbbb 

.087 


_ Max. thermal resistance, junction-to-case 
«0JC (° C/W ) 


', .18 ■■ 

••1.3'-:. 


w Max. peak forward voltage drop @ rated 
FM 'F(AV) t 1 Phase operation) 


1.3 


WJiT''" 


1.35 


1.25 


1;25 


@ T c = (°C) 


■.-' 144-MV 


130 




120 


25 


25 


K 


Q rr Max. reverse recovered charge @ Tj = 25°C 


• 'rr - ' 


- 


- 


- 


60 


•■, .. ~ 


PACKAGE NO. 


t28 


128 


- »'*. ■'•..'. 


128 


109;l 


109.1 


-its. 























135 




RECTIFIERS 
750 TO 1500 AMPERES 




183 

























GE TYPE 


A437 


A596 


A430 


A540 


A696 


A570 


A640 




JEDEC 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






SPECIFICATIONS 




















. Max. average forward current 
'FM(AV) (1 phase operation) (A) 


'•...' 780%l>' 


750 J 


1000 


1000 


iooo 


1500 j 


1500 I 

iftliHsBHHiHBS 


@ T c = (°C) 


■'\-WMl 


65 


126 . 


100 j 


- . 


80 j 


80 


v FM(rep) Max - repetitive peak reverse voltage (V) 


















100 


V'J'flfogi'** 1 ' 


— | 


A430A 


- 


- - 


A570A j 


— 




200 


A430B 


- 


- ■ 


A570B j 


— | 




300 


■ A43B#i ; '- 


— 


A430C 


- 


- ; • 


A570C j 


I 


400 


A430D 


- 


•. ".- 


A570D j 


■ j 


500 


.'• a43?'e:\; 


- 


A4306 


- 


>- 


A570E 


- 


600 


'.A437"lj?^ 


— 


A43QM 


- 


- 


A570M j 


- 


700 


A43Js|% 


A430S 


I 




- 


_ I 


800 


■; M3TS$>:; 


A596N 


A430N 
A43GT 


■ ■■ 


900 


' A437$!* : 


A596T 


1000 


' ,A43»irjC: 


A596P 


A430P 
A430PA 


— 


^.' 


1 


A640P j 
A640PA 1 


1100 


.. 'MZ&&-:.. 


A596PA 
A596PB 


1200 


". A437f?g'.'' 


A430P8 


- 


• . -*• 


j 


A640PB 


1300 


• Mi¥M''- 


A596PC 
A596PD 


A430PC 
A430P0 


- 


\ - • 


j 


A640PC 


1400 


'" ;A437|ft'-' 


I 


- " ■ 


[ 


A640PD 


1500 


' M39H.'S . 


- 


A430PE 


! 


A696P6 


j 


A640PE | 


1600 




- 


'^-—* — 


- 


A696PM 


| 


A640PM j 


1700 


"■ _-"Z*;ty.\, 


- 


- 


"A896PS" 


! 


A640PS ] 


1800 


," .-V..<^;,. 


- 


- 


- 


A696PM 


I 


AS40PM 




1900 


'■:' '..-;'■";;• 


- 




- 


A696PT 


- 


. A640PT 


2000 


' ■.' T L -'''"^'' 


- 


- 


A540L 


A696t 


1 


A640L 




2100 


. ■ .r-.tf-V. 


- 


• - '. • 


A540LA 


- . 


- 


— 




2200 


- •-'..• l ' . 


- 


-<■ 


A540LB 


■■:-*' 


- 


r- 




2300 


. -*..• - 


- 


- 


A540LC 


. •-- 


- 


' — 




2400 


■ ■■ ■".".., 


- 


-" 


A540LD 


' - 


- 






2500 


- 




- 


;'. - 


- 


- 




2600 


,-• -. 


- 


- -- 


- 


''■■'; r- 


- 


— 




2700 


/. •;- -■.':■ 


- 




- 


•■•• /-_,•• 


- 


— 




2800 


--. 


- 




- 


- 


- 


— 




2900 


■:. _ ~ ,.\ 


- 


' - ' . 


- 


- 


- 


= 




3000 


- 


- • 


- 


- - 


- 




. Max. peak one cycle, non-recurrent surge 
FM current (60 Hz sine wave, 1 phase opera- 
(surge) t j on ) @ max _ ratec j (oaj conditions (A) 


10,000 


10,000 


io,ooo 


12,000 


" 1 4*000 


18,000 


16.000 
1,062,000 




l 2 t Max. non-repetitive for 8.3 msec (A 2 sec) 


:ij*l5flQ© 
'..-ao.'jci *Y75, 

• : T. y : J0%?.^-- ! ::. 


41 5,000 
-40 to +175 
-40 to +200 

.057 


illiiiiilii 

40 tp +200 

-4oto+aoo 

- °* '"• i: 


597,000 
-40 to +200 
-40 to +200 

.057 


-40 to +150 
.036 . 


1 ,300,000 
-40 to +200 
-40 to +200 

.057 




Tj Operating junction temperature range (°Cl 


-40 to +200 
•40:to +200 




T stg Storage temperature range (°C) 




n Max. thermal resistance, junction-to-case 
«9JC (° c /w) 


.045 

to 




v Max. peak forward voltage drop @ rated 
FM 'f(AV) C Phase operation) 


2.3 


• : di|ftf; : 


1.15 


- ' •. 


1.0 




@ T c = <°C) 


v. -'-as '" 

'^■■■.,1 : 83-' " 


125 


25 


150 


■ '• •" ••- 


25 


25 




Q rr Max. reverse recovered charge @ Tj = 25°C 


300 
182 


'' : lll*''- 


- 


50t> 


- 


"— 




PACKAGE NO. 


''•*jSfe. = .' 


182 


183 


182 


I.-' ;is3 























136 



PHASE CONTROL SCR's SELECTOR GUIDE 



1200 



1000 



800 



600 



2 400 



200 



CD 
ID 

cm 


f- - 
1 

* 
o 

CM 

in 

z 

CM - 


I 

r- 

IO 

o 




CM 

1 




o 
in 
i 

CM 

* 

CO 

z 

CM 

1 






360-64 


S 
t- 

t 
< 

o 


z 

CM 
j 






IO - 

o 


CM 
01 
1 

s 

z 

CM 




1— | 




S 




f> CM 

z z 

CM CM 

1 1 


CO 

* 




IS 

o 
o 




f- 
O 

o 




CO 

o 
u 


z 

CM 

i 






in 





2 
o 




IO 

■ 

CM 
CM 
O 




CM 
1 

O 
CM 
CM 
U 




10 
CM 
U 


- 


IS 

to 
u 






CM 

1 

o 
n 

CM 

u 


10 

i 
S5 

CM 

u 




01 
IS 

en 

CO 

to 

z . 

CM 

N. 
IO 
1 

o 

r- 
co 

z 

CM 


01 
1 

CO 
CM 
CM 
O 


in 
u 


CO 
IO 

o 




CO 

z 

CM 

] 




o 

CM 
O 




to 

CJ 


<0 
CJ 




CM 

z 

CM 

1 


91 
0> 

1 

in 
in 

z 

CM 






o 


o 






ro 
U 




K> 

o 
(J 






o 







0.5 



0.8 



1.6 
LOW 
CURRENT 



H 



7.4 



10 



16 25 

_ MEDIUM 

CURRENT 



35 



2600 
2400 
2200 
2000 



co 1800 



1600 



§ 1400 



1200 



in 

<3 iooo 



800 

600 

400 

200 

100 





V - 



63 80 



no 



180 235 300 380 500 850 

HIGH 

CURRENT 



940 



1100 



1400 



19502400 



RMS CURRENT RATINGS-AMPERES 



"Phase Control" is a term used to describe SCR's where fast turn-off time is not a prime requirement. The trade-offs 
in SCR design are such that turn-off time has an inverse relationship to current and voltage capability for any given 
junction size. Primary applications for a device with relatively slow turn-off are AC phase control— hence the name 
"Phase Control." This type of device is also used for zero voltage switching and select pulse applications. See 
pages 36-41. 



137 





228 



PHASE CONTROL SCR's 
.5 TO 5 AMPERES 




GE TYPE 



C3 



C7 



JEDEC 



2N877-81'" 



2N5060-64 2N2322-29 



2N2344-48 2N1595-99.A 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 



VOLTAGE RANGE 



FORWARD CONDUCTION 



't(RMS) Max. RMS on-state current (A) 



■ Max. average on-state current @ 180° 

'T(AV) conduction IAI % T c 



Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive 
surge current (A) 



Max. I z t for fusing for > 1.5 msec 
(A'secl 



Max. peak on-state voltage @ 25°C, 18 
conduction, rated l-r(AV) AY) 



"ej. 



Max. internal thermal resistance, dc 

i (°C/WI 



Max. holding current @ 25 C ImA] 



Typical turn-off time 1/isec) & max. Tj 
Maximum turn-off time (psec @ 110'CI 



30-200 


30-200 


30-400 


25-400 


2! 












05 


0.8 


08 


1.6 




0.32 
® 88'C 


0.50 
@ 25° C 


50 

e 25°C 


1.0 
19 85° C 


''¥ 


HHB 


8 


!>■■» 


15 




- 






0.5 


,.~ .': 


1 a 


1.5 


«hhR 


2.2 




B0 


1 25 


75 


10 




5 


5 


5 




15 


15 


■Hhh 


40 





2S-400 



1.0 

!85'C 



1MS0,' 



1.6 
1.0 



10 

1.4 

sttJ 



i 1 10 c 
IS 



1 

20 



t d + t r Typical turn-on time (Msec @ 110°C) 
^■/^. Max. rate-of-rise of turned-on current 

d,/d, IA/Msecl 



Junction operating temperature range ( C) ■ 



BLOCKING 



Typical critical rate-of-rise of off-state 
voltage, exponential to rated V D rm 
@ max. rated Tj (V/»usec) 



1 




1.4 1 4 


1.4 1.4 


1.4 '.T 






- 


50 


vti 


-66 to 1 25 


-65 


tc- l?5 -65 to 125 


-65 '•■• 125 -4010 125 


-65 w 100 -« 


— . . 







. _ 





4.0 


4.0 


2.5 
30° C 


2.6 


20 15 


0.5 


■ • 0-S 


2.2 


2.S 


10 to 


3 6 ' 


40 40 


100 


100 


1 ■ 1 


50 .. SO ■ 



5.0 

3.75 

e> 30°C 

30 

1 
1.35 
10 

3 

40 
100 

i 

50 



i 110 -40 W 1 JO -40 to 110 



FIRING 



Max. required gate current to trigger (mAI 
@-65°C 



Max. required gate voltage to trigger (V) 
@ -65° C 



300 


500 


500 


350 


» ,H" 


HhP 




§PJ§MM 


200 


„ ~<*"o 


200 


200 


200 


1000 


■isi 


1 


■■HiiiHai 


1 


1 










.¥* 


it- 


0.8 


as 


0.8 


Q.8 



Min. required gate voltage to trigger (V) 
S> 110°C 



500 



0.6 
0.2 



500 
200 



0.8 
0.2 



VOLTAGE TYPES 



Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltages 



)6Ql CI07O1"" C108QI 



2N877 



2NB860 
C203Y 



2N2322 
C5U 



2N2323' 
C5F 



C6U 



6YI C10JY1 CI08Y1 



C6F 2N234S 2N16B5.A C106F1 CT07F1-.' C108F1 



2N878 C103W gjgjgf 



2NB79 C1 03A 

2IMB80 

2N881 03B 



2N6062 2N2324- 
C2Q3A C 5A 

2N6063 m j ™ 

2N50B4 2N2326* 

C203B C 5B 

2N2327 

C5H 
2N2328- 

C5C 

2N2329" 

C5D 



3M2346 2NtSS8,A C106A1 ' C107A1 C108AI 



CBG 2N2347 - 

C68 2M2348 2N1B97, A CI06B1 CI 0781 C108B1 



C203C 
C2030 



C6C 



2N1588. A 
2N1S99,A 



600 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 



112 1 1-.1.228 



263 



)6C1 

)6D1 

J6E1 
36M1 
I73 



C707CI 



C107O1 C108D1 

. C107E1 "C108E1 



C107M1 C108M1 

! 173 ' 173 



•JAN & JANTX types available. 

I. 2N885-89 available 20 mA max. Iq-j-. 

3. 2N2322A-28A available 20 mA max. I 



138 



104 




PHASE 

CONTROL SCR's 

7.4 TO 25 AMPERES 




GE TYPE 



C10 



C11 



JEOEC 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 

VOLTAGE RANGE 

FORWARD CONDUCTION 



2N1770A- 
77A 



CIS 



C116 



C220-2 



C126 



C36 



2N1770-78 



2N 1842-50 



'TIRMS) Max. RMS on-state currant (A) 
i T .„ Max. average on-state current @ 180° 

T(AVI conduction (A) @ T c (°C) 



25 400 


25-600 


25 BOO 


50-600 








7.4 


7.4 


8 


8 



25 600 



25-600 



25-600 



25-800 



'TSM 



Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive 
surge current (A) 



4.7 
9 106°C 



4.7 
> 105°C 



5.1 
§> 50" C 



16 



5.1 
P 40°C 



5.2 
@ 78^C 



6.3 
@68°C 



7.8 
9 78° C 



10.0 
@35°C 



16.0 

@36'C] 



I't Max. 1 2 1 for fusing for > 1.5 msec (A 2 seclj 



Max. peak on-state voltage @ 25°C, 180° 
conduction, rated l T ( A y) (V) 



60 
M 
1.8 



60 



1.8 



"9JC 



Max. internal thermal resistance, dc, 
junction-to-case (°C/W) 



3.1 



60 

1.85 
3.1 



90 



80 



120 



Max. holding current @ 25°C ImAI 



Typical turn-off time (msec) 
@ 100°C 

@ 125°C 



25 



30 



40 



2.2 



1.82 



2.25 



2.0 



2.5 



1.0 



30 



30 



30 



t d + t r Typical turn-on time (jusec) 



40 

IB \ 



40 



20 



10 



50 



di/dt 



Max. rate-of-rise turned-on current 
(A/jusec) 



1.0 



BLOCKING 



Junction operating temperature range (°C) 



60 40 

-65 to 1 50 65 in 125 , 



1.0 
40 



30 



20 



dv/dt 



Typical critical rate-of-rise of off-state 
voltage. Exponential @ max. rated T i 
IV//«ec) 



I-B51O105 -40 io 110 -40 to 100 -40 io 100 -40 to 110 -40 to 100 -40 to 105 



20 



50 



FIRING 








'gt 


Max. required gate current to trigger ImAI 
® -65 C 


30 


30 


@ -40° C 


- 


@ 25° C 


15 


15 


Vgt 


Max. required gate voltage to trigger (V) 
® -65° C 


i ^^»ist 


2 


<s> -40°C 


- 


® 25°C 


1.35 


1.35 


Vgt 


Min. required gate voltage to trigger (V) 
@ 100°C 


'^^^Si 


- 


® 110°C 


- 


® 125°C 




0.3 


® 150°C 


0.2 


- 


VOLTAGE TYPES 







50 



100 



100 



40 



38 J 
2.5 



0.3 



25 



25 



- ." 


- 


~^lil 


40 


150 


1B0 


'»•'!• 


80 


"> ; Si§ilr 



2£_ 

'-1JT 



3.5 



3.5 



0.2 



0.2S 



Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltages 



25 



100 



2N1 770A 
C10U 

2N1771A — 
C10F 

~~ "2N1772A 
C10A 



2M1773A 
C108 

2M774A 

crt® 

CTOM 

2M776A 
C10C 

C10D 



2N1770 
C11U 

2N1771 
C11F 

2N1772 
C11A 



] ~4 



2N1773 
CI1G 

2M1774 
C11B 



C15U 

' CW i 

C15A 

CfM 

ctse : 



C220U 
C222U 



2N1842 
C36U 



C37U 



C116F1 



C122F 
C123F 



C126F 



2N1843 
C36F 



C37F 



C116A1 



CI 22 A 
C123A 



C220A 
C222A 



C126A 



2N1844 
C36A 



C17A 



2N1845 
C36G 



C116B1 



2N1775 
C11H 



CI 228 
C123B 



C220B 
C222B 



C126B 



2N1846 
C36B 



C378 j 



500 



2N1776 
C11C 

2N1777 
C11D 

2N1778 
CUE 

2N2619 

C11M 



C15H 
CISC 

C15D 

C156 : 

C15M 



C116C1 



C116E1 



C122C 

gay; J 

C122D 
C122E 

JsSHLi 

C122M 
C123M 



C222C 



C126C 



2N1847 
C36H 

2N1848 
C36C 



C37C 



C222D 



"CtSKt'i 



2N1849 
C36D 



C220E 
C222E 



C126E 



2N1850 
C36E 



C37E 



C220M 
C222M 



C126M 



700 



C37M 
C37S 



M 



800 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 



104 



C37N i 



iTtLitrMii 241 (C222) 

104 173 Ila? ci23 "*i»i«!» 



ft6(C220) 



230.2 



*C123 isolated version of C122. 



139 




PHASE 

CONTROL 

SCR's 

25 TO 35 AMPERES 




GE TYPE 



C231-3 



C38 



JEDEC 



2N681-92* 



2N3870-3 
2N3896-9 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 



VOLTAGE RANGE 



FORWARD CONDUCTION 



't(RMS) Max. RMS on-state current (A) 



Max. average on-state current @ 180 
'T(AV) conduction (A) <s> T c I'CI 



Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive 
surge current (A) 



Max. I 2 t for fusing for > 1.5 msec. 
(A 1 sec) 



Vtm 



Peak on-state voltage @ 25 C, 180 
conduction, rated 1-rlAVl ^ 



"ejc 



Max. internal thermal resistance, dc, 
junction-to-case (°C/W) 



Max. holding current @ 25°C ImAl 



Typicar turn-off time (Msec) at rated 
Tj (max.) 



t_ + t r Typical turn-on time (usee) 



Max. rate-of-rise turned-on current 
(A/usec) 



Junction operating temperature range ( C) ] 



BLOCKING 



Typical critical rate-of-rise of off-state 

voltage. Exponential @ max. rated 

Tj (V/Msecl 



25-800 


25600 2 


25 

16 

«! 65 C 

150 


25 / 
16 

@ 7o°c • ^ 

300 


/5 


260 " ; ) 


20 


1.5 


__________ 


1.0 


100 


■50 




- 


1 6 


3 


80 


20 


-6Rlo 126 


-40 In 100 -4 


50 


100 



FIRING 



Max. required gate current to trigger ImA) 



GT _> _65°C 



® -40 C 



Max. required gate voltage to trigger (Vi 
Vgt @ -65° C 



® 25° C 



Min. required gate voltage to trigger 

V GT ® 100°C 

~@ 125°C 
® 150°C 



VOLTAGE TYPES 



Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltages 



25 



26-600 

dot J 



1.0 





40 


20 


40 


25 


, ; '.ft'i..- 


30 


- 






2.0 


2.0 


30 


1.5 


•- It*. 


^^^B 


0.2 


0.2 


0.25 


- 






- 
















2N681 
2N682- 


C230/2U 
C230/2F 


„{*f£fct$w 


2N683* 


C230/2A 


C231 /3 A 


7N684 


- 




2N685' 


C230/2B 


C231 /3B 


2N686* 


- 




2N68i" 
2N688* 


C230/2C 
C230/2D 


C231/3C 
C231/3D 


2N689- 
2N690 


C230/2E 
C230/2M 


jyzaiy'aE 

C231/3M 


2N691 


- 




2N692 


- 






- 




■BBS! 


- 




■IIlHiHI»l 


- 






- 





100-600 



350 
260 
1.85 



50 600 25-700 



25-500 600 1200 600-1200 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 



241 (C232) 241 (CZ33) 
8,3,4,5 2,3,4,9 
ft 6 (C230) 8 6 (C23I) 



L 



'JAN & JANTX types available. 




;89p 



3.0 

Mi 



20 



80 



-4£4j 
3.0 



80 
40 



3870 
3896 



3871 
3897 



3872 
3898 



3873 
3899 



C228/9U 
C228/9F 
C228/9A 



C228/9B 



C35U 
C35F 
C35A 



C22BOC 
C228/90 
C228/9E 
C228/9M 



C35D 



3.0 



0.15 



j____ 
C38F 

C38A 

'_esit»6_*i 

C38B 
C38H 
C38C 
C380 
C38E 



3.0 
3.0 



40 

3 1 



3.0 



0.26 



2N5205 



2N5206 



251 (C229) 
2,3,4,8 107 
B 6 <C228> 



C137M 
C137S 
C137N 
C137T 

'<&?$< j 
C137PA 
C137PB 

107 



140 




PHASE CONTROL SCR's 
63 TO 190 AMPERES 




108.1 




GE TYPE 



C4S, 46 



CBO, 52 



JEDEC 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 
VOLTAGE RANGE 
FORWARD CONDUCTION 



2N 1909- 16 
2N 1792-98 



IT ( RMS) Max. RMS on-state current (A) 



25-1200 



»'»"" 



25-1200 



It(av) 



Max. average on-state current @ 180° 
conduction (A) @ Tc 



35 
@ 87<"C 



i T ,.,„ Max. average on-state current for 3a 
" AV) conduction (A) @ T C 



40 
@ 102°C 



32 
@90°C 



36 

@> 101°C 



Itsm 



Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive surge 
current (A) 



|2t 



Max. I 2 t for fusing for 5 to 8.3 msec 
(A2 sec) 



Vtm 



Peak on-state voltage @ 125°C, 180° 
conduction rated It (AV) (V) 



800 

it 



4150 



R0JC 



Max. internal thermal resistance, dc, 
junction-to-case (°C/W) 



Typical turn-off time l/^sec) 



Typical turn-on time (/isec) 



di/dt Rate-of-rise turned-on current (A/ jLtsec) 



80 

•323 

100 



100 



Junction operating temperature range (°C) 40 to 1 25 -, C 40 to 1 25°C 



BLOCKING 



Min. critical rate-of-rise of off-stage 
dv/dt voltage, exponential @ max. rated Tj 
(V/iUsec) 



FIRING 



Max. required gate current to trigger ImAI 

@ -40°C 

@125°C 



Vgt 



Max. required gate voltage to trigger (V) 
@ -40°C 



130 
3 



3.0 



Vgt 



Min. required gate voltage to trigger (V) 
@ -40°C 



VOLTAGE TYPES 



Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltages 
25 



.25 



<J4SU 
C46U 



C45F 
C46F 



C45A 
C46A 



C45G 
C46G 
C45B 
C46B 
C45H 
C46H 

C45C 

C45D 
C46D 
C45E 
C46E 



C147G 



600 



C45M 

C46M 

C45S 

C46S 

(MSN 

C46N 

C45T 

C46T 



PACKAGE TYPE 



C45P 

C46P 

C46PA 

C46PA 

C45PB 

C46PB 



Vi" STUD 



C147PB 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 



108. 109 



25-1200 

■'fx^ : i 

70 
ff62°C 

62 
®6S°C 

''fpj 'i 
4150 



6 ! 

-40 to125°C 



200 



126 
40 



2N1909 

.J gjj|t ; 

2N1910 

2N1792 

2N1911 

2N17B3 

^N1912i 

2M1794 

2N1913 

2N1795 

2N1914 

2N1796 

2N1915 

2M1797 

2N1916 

2M1798 

CSOE 

C52E 

C50M 

CS2M 

ceos 

,« | 

C50M 
C52N 
C50T 

CB0P 

C50PA 
C52PA 

^cowe 

C52PB 



*" STUD 
t09. 108 



CI 50, 152 



C60, 62 



2N 2023-30 



500-1300 



70 
?80°C 



25-500 



500-1300 



,U0 



110 
@90°C 



59 
»87°C 



70 

®88»C 

69 95 

68 90°C <5> 85°C 

1000 1600 



7000 



10,600 



1.8 



80 
5 
30 



200 



-40 to 1 25°C -6b to 1 b0°C 



-40 to 125°C 



30 TYP. 



3 







C62U 
2N2024 

2N2025 

C62A 
2N2026 


t 




1 




- 




- 


CONSULT 
FACTORY 


.-^sMdiWs-".' 

C62B 
2N2028 


- 


- 




2IM2029 
C62C 

2N2030 
C620 


- 




- 


C150E 
C152E 


C80F. 
C62E 


C350E 


C150M 
C152M 




C350M 


01 SOS 
C152S 




C350S 


C150N 
C152N 


-■'i-4'.y;^ » 


C350N 


C150T 

C152T 


C350T 


CI SOP 
C152P 




C350P 


C150PA 
C1 52PA 


C350PA 


C1 50PB 
C152PB 


__, — 1,„^,,,. 


C350PB 


<;1 50PC 
C152PC 


C350PC 


%" STUD 


M" STUD 


V," PRESS PAK 


109, 108 


109. 108 


280 



141 




PHASE CONTROL SCR's 
235 TO 850 AMPERES 





GE TYPE 


C180 


C380 


C390 


C391 


C501 


C502 | 


ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 














VOLTAGE RANGE 
FORWARD CONDUCTION 


500-1300 


100-1300 


500-1300 








't(RMS) Max. RMS On-State Current (A) 


235 


380 
235 

@ 80°c 
180 

@80°C 

3500 


850 

550 

ea65 C 


850 
550 

@65 C C 


850 


850 


Max. average on-state current @ 180° 
'T(AV) conduction (A) @ T c 


150 
<§>88°C 

135 
©80°C 

3500 


550 
@67 C C 


550 
@67°C 


Max. average on-state current for 3j, 
'T(AV) conduction (A) @ T c 


500 
@65°C 


550 
@57°C 


525 
<3> 70°C 


525 

@70°C 


Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive surge 
■tsm current (Al 


8000 
265.000 


8000 


8000 


8000 


l2 Max. I 2 t for fusing for 5 to 8.3 msec 
1 * (A 2 seel 


50,000 


50,000 


265,000 


265,000 


265,000 


„ Peak on-state voltage @ 1 25"C, 180" 
™ conduction, rated l-r(AV) ' v ' 


1.8 


1.75 


1.9 


1.9 


_ Max. internal thermal resistance, dc, 
R 0JC Junction-to-Case <°C/W) 


250 


.095 


.06 


.06 


.05 
30U 


.05 


t q Typical turn-off time (/isec) 


250 


125 


200 


125 


t d + t r Typical turn-on time (msbc) 


8 
200 


8 


1 


1.5 


1.5 


1.5 


di/dt Rate-of-rise turned-on current (A/msccI 


200 


500 
■40tol25°C 


150 


30-75 


100 


Tj Junction operating temperature range {°CI 


-40 to 125-C 
200 


-40 to 1 25°C 


-40 to 125°C 


- 40 10 125 a C 


-40 to 1 25°C 


BLOCKING 












Min. critical rate-of-rise of off -state 
dv/dt voltage, exponential @ max. rated 
Tj (V/Msecl 


200 


200 


200 


200 


500 


FIRING 












Max. required gate current to trigger ImAI 
,„ T 9 -40°C 


200 


200 


300 


300 


225 
75 


275 


@ 125°C 


125 


125 


125 


125 


50 


.. Max. required gate voltage to trigger (V) 
V GT <s> _ 40 °c 


.18 


3 


llllliliilliiii 

.35 


5 


6.5 


4.5 


., Min. required gate voltage to trigger (V) 
V GT @ 1 25 °C 


.15 


.15 


tiiijfliiRii 


.3 


VOLTAGE TYPES 


CONSULT 
FACTORY 












Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltages 




CONSULT 
FACTORY 








100 


C380A 




CONSULT 
FACTORY 




200 


C380B 






300 


C380C 






400 


C380D 








500 


C180E 


C380E 
C380M 


C390E 








600 


C180M 


C390M 
C390S 
C390N 









700 


C180S 


C380S 


C501S 




800 


C180N 


C380N 




C501N 




900 


C180T 


C380T 


C390T 




C501T 




1000 


C180P 


C380P 


C390P 




C501P 




1100 


C180PA 


C380PA 


C390PA 




C501PA 




1200 


C180PB 


C380PB 


C390PB 




C501PB 




1300 


C180PC 


C380PC 


C390PC 


C391 PC 


C501 PC 




1400 




C391PD 
C391PE 
C391PM 
C391PS 
C391PN 


C501PD 




1500 






C501PE 


C502PE 


1600 


_ 







C501PM 


C502PM 


1700 




C501PS 


C502PS 


1800 











C502PN 


1900 








C502PT 


2000 










C502L 


PACKAGE TYPE 


K" STUD 


%" PRESS PA 
280 


K PRESS PAK 


PRESS PAK 


PRESS PAK 


PRESS PAK 


PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 


110 


276 


276 


185 


185 



H2 




276 



PHASE CONTROL SCR's 
940 TO 1950 AMPERES 




GE TYPE 



C601 



C440 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 



VOLTAGE RANGE 



1700-2600 1100-2000 1200-1800 500 1300 1100-2000 2000-2400 



FORWARD CONDUCTION 



T1RMS) 



't(av) 



Max. average on-state current @ 180° 
conduction (A) 9 T c 



. Max. average on-state current for 3a 

T(AV) conduction (A) ® T c 



Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive 
surge current (A) 



I 600 
» 72* ( 

610 

ff 80° 1 



Vtk 



Max. I 3 t for fusing for 5 to 8.3 msec 

(A 2 sec) 

Peak on-state 1 voltage @ 12S°C, 180° 
conduction, rated 1-rfAV) (V) 



10.000 


11,000 


415.000 
1 q 


516.000 

1.5 1 



R 0JC 



Max. internal thermal resistance, dc 
ju net ion-to-case (°C/W) 



Typical turn-off time (Msec) 



Typical turn-on time <M*ec) 



di/dt 



Rate-of-rise turned-on current (A/jusee 



Junction operating temperature range (°C) 



BLOCKING 



Min. critical rate-of-rise of off-state 
dv/dt voltage. Exponential @ rated T ■ 
(V/M$ec) 



FIRING 



Max. required gate current to trigger (mA)l 
@ -40° C j 

@ 125°C 



.036 


.041 




126 


175 




1.5 


1.5 




35-75 
40to12S°C 


80-150 
-40 to 1 25° 


C -401 








200 


200 







w Max. required gate voltage to trigger (V) 

V GT §, _4Q°C 



275 



w Min. required gate voltage to trigger (V) 

V GT @ 12 5°C 



VOLTAGE TYPES 



Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltage: 



500 



800 



1000 



1300 



2200 



2600 



PACKAGE TYPE 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 



COtUPS 
C602PN 
C802PT 
C8Q21 
C802LA 
C602L6 
C802LC 
C602U0 
C802LE 
C602LM 
PRESS PAK 
276 



275 
75 

4.5 
.2 



=iESS PAI 
276 



1100 
700 

eos°c i 

57S 
6> 80'* C i 

11,000 

500,000 

1.5 

.04 

125 ~ 

~6 
160 
-40tol2S*C 40 

200 

3>W 
125 



1400 


1950 

1250 _ " 
® 70' C 


1950 


800 

75° C 


1250 
<s> 70° C 


650 
80° C 


1040 
#80"C 

18.000 


1040 
@80°C 


3,000 


1 5,000 


30,000 


1.300.000 

|HHH 


933,000 


1.3 


2.0 


.04 


.025 


.023 


125 


125 

1.5 


125 


1.5 


- 


800 


100 


125 


o125°C 


-40rol25°C 


-40to125°C 



200 



300 

125 



200 



275 


275 


j0 


35 


5.5 


4.5 


flflHal 


.3 







■■Mli 


C440E 




C440M 




C440S 




C440N 




C440T 


- 


C440P - 


- 


C440PA C701PA 


C441PB 


C440PB C701PB 


G441PC 


C440PC C701PC 


C441P0 


C701PD 


C441PE 


C701PE 


C441PM 


C701PM 


C441PS 


C701PS 


C441PN 


C701PN 


- 


C701PT 


- 


C701L C702L 




C702LA 




C702LB 




C702LC 




C702LD 




- 


- 


- - - 


BESS PAK P 


RESSPAK PRESSPAK PRESSPAK 


276 


'■fib 276 1 276.1 



143 



INVERTER SCR's SELECTOR GUIDE 



2000 
1900 
1800 
1700 
1600 
1500 
1400 

1300 

v> 

5 1200 

§ 

i, 1100 

© 

z 

£ 1000 

a. 

g 900 

4 

O 800 
700 
600 
500 
400 
300 
200 
100 



25 



35 



63 



no 



225 



275 300 400 500 700 800 850 900 1000 1150 
RMS CURRENT-AMPERES 



1500 



SCR's in this use category are characterized for turn-off time (commutation speed) capability and other speed char- 
acteristics When designing for speed, the parameter trade offs must be carefully weighed. Thus the large matrix 
of speed, current and voltage capability for inverter SCR's. As the name implies, major applications for these devices 
are DC/AC inverters. Additionally, they are used in cycloconverters and other pulse applications requiring high 
speed capability. 



144 




INVERTER SCR's 
25 TO 35 AMPERES 
















GE TYPE 


C234, C235 


C138 (1) C139 


C140 


C141 


C144 






JEDEC 


- 


- 


- 


2N3649-53 


2N3654-58 








ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 








VOLTAGE RANGE 


. -.#<M0 


500-800 


••: -iiw^Kro 


50-400 


$HffH> 


| 500-800 








FORWARD CONDUCTION 


'•''frC'' 


















It,-,,.. Max. RMS on-state current @ TV = 
'T(RMS) 65°C, 50%duty (A) C 


35 


: V'S6 . 


35 


BlSIII 


I 35 






1 KHz 


,V:jfc,- 


26 
22 


yt: : &- : 


26 


flHfflffll 


( 35 




5 KHz 


[ t<:i-~.ilk. : . ■■■ 


26 


iliiiiiilli 


j 32 




10 KHz 


• '■ <'.'•"**•;>. 


18 


■* : '-y:ifr y i 


20 j 


pipiiliill 


j 30 




1 Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive 
tsm surge current (A) 


•■'•'", Mft ; ' 


200 


';&§$$?"':•'•• 


200 


IlSlBlll 


200 




■ 2. Max. I 2 t for fusing @ < 1.5 msec. 
1 (A^Sec.) 


-• ' J2°-'' 


165 


Vr'^lNfe 


165 


|llj§||gjj 


I 165 




R Max. internal thermal resistance, dc, 
ejc junction-to-case (°C/W) 


■' &§* 


1.0 


• ; ".'v-3.-1' ; :" ': 


1-7 


ffmpj 


i 1.0 




td + *r Typical turn-on time (usee) 


.-"■■?i' : 


3.1 


3.1 j 


Illllll 


3.1 




t Max. turn-off time @ rated voltage and 
q Tj (Msec) @ 20V/MS6C reapplied 

@ 200v7jusec reapplied 


; !-:$&:\/ 


- 


c ~<- ' 


- 


llillillii 


- 




' /r^i'i 


10 


swm,'< ■■■ 


15 


■iiiiiiiiiii 


15 




di/dt Critical rate-of-rise of on-state current 
(A/Msec) 


■ ' 4* :> 


100 


v '. r Aiar. .-. 


400 


Iliiiiiil 


100 




Tj Junction operating temperature range (°C 


-40^100 


-65 to 1 2E 


> i^'ifeias" 


-65 to 1 25 J 


Hi|| 


-65 to 1 25 






BLOCKING 


















Min. critical rate-of-rise of off-state 
dv/dt voltage exponential to rated Vr>nM 
@ Max. rated T j (V/msoc) 


V-vaa-:-.. 


200 


";^2$Cr.' ,'. 


200 I 


llijillilBi 


200 








FIRING 




















• Max. required gate current to trigger ImA) 
GT @ -65°C 


'- u 


500 


..ffijBOQ 1 .- 'A- 


500 I 


Hiiiiiii 


450 




@ -40°C 


' ''M 'I 


— 


. ."■_ "-T ..i/ ' '■ 


— 1 


^^K^^S^B 




@ 25°C 


■ • ■ 'Ho. ~ J - 


180 


'^iscp- . 


180 I 


HiiB 


150 


v Max. required voltage to trigger (V) 
GT @-65°C 


■ -r 


4.5 


4.5 I 


iliiBiii 


4.0 




@ -40°C 


£0 


- 


'.••.' : .>>V:v. .. . 


— J 


llililplllll 


_ 




@ 25°C 


1,5 


3.0 


"iV.^SCl ■ . 


3 -0 1 


ie;ani=a 


2.5 




w Min. required voltage to trigger (V) 
V GT @ 1Q0°C 


0-2 . 


- 


/3%i4!v, : '.'. 


;~yiiir.O/'' 


— 


@ 125°C 


. -;• •"• 


0.25 


■":•■ :®.J8S-"-. ; 


0.25 J 


0.25 ' • 


.03 


VOLTAGE TYPES 


— ~„ 


















*'>fo>»y.-.. 




■fc-j»-- ■■■;■ 






50 


C234F ; 
C23§F 






C140F j 
2N3649 1 


-»&4*F.:' " 

^inw'"' 








100 


C234A 
C23.6A 






C140A 1 
2N3650 1 

C140B 1 
2N3651 1 

C140C 1 
2N3652 I 

C140D 1 
2N3653 1 


•'2N^B56S ' - 




I 




200 


c£34B 

■casNiB 

•'fe234C 
C23SC 






'. :ct4ie v -' 

2N3§SB 








300 














400 


C234D 
C23SD 










500 


C234E 
C23B4EL 

C2S34W' 
C23fflvT> 


C138E10 
C138E20 
C138M10 
C138M20 
C138S10 
C138S20 
C138N10 
C138N20 

107 


£l3»klQ ' 

^clpp'o"--"'- 

: <§*3SiS20 ■'■ 

c$!$ft30 

/ '.'107 


C144E15 
C144E30 




600 






C144M15 
C144M30 




700 I 






C144S15 
C144S30 




800 




107 1 


~^wk- •■!".'••' 


C144N15 
C144N30 




PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. I 


«M MS889I 
*»W234> 


107 


1 


( 


" V RRM=50V 

















145 




INVERTER SCR's 
63 TO 270 AMPERES 





GE TYPE 



CONSTRUCTION 



C48/C148 C49/C149 C1S4. 1S6 C155, 157 CI 58, 159 C164, 165 C354. 355 



ALL ALL AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING 
DIFFUSED DIFFUSED GATE GATE GATE GATE 



AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING 
GATE GATE 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 

VOLTAGE RANGE 

FORWARD CONDUCTION 



600-1200 



100-600 



500-1200 



i «e\ Max - forward conduction sinusoidal 
IT I RMS) @ Tc _ 65 o C 50% du , y (A) 



@ 1200 Hz 



Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive 
surge current (A) 



Max. |2t for fusing for 5 to 8.3 msec 
(A2sec) 



R0JC Max. thermal Impedance (°C) 



td + tr Typical turn-on time (^(sec) 



Turn-off time @ rated voltage and 
Tj Vr - 50V min. (Msec) 
@> 20V/^sec reapplied 

@ 100V//Ltsec re applied 

@ 200V/jUsec reapplied 



di/dt 



Critical rate-of-rise of on-state 
current (A/ Msec) 



Junction operating temperature range (°C) ;, Qj 



11., l- 110/63 


1»0 


110/63 110'63 
110/63 110 63 
110/63 H063 
110/63 110 63 
700 1000 


110 
110 
110 

no 

1800 


2000 4160 


13 200 


35 J5 


■j 


2 2 
30,40 10,15 


2 
10 

16 


40, SO 20. 25 

100 100 

« 


20 
1UU 



110 
110 
110 
110 
110 

1800 
13,200 
~~!3 
2 

20 

~~ 25 



»»* 



90 



1600 
10,600 



30 



36 



600 



-40io 126 <> C — - 



BLOCKING 



Critical rate-of-rise off-state 
dv/dt voltage exponential to rated Vdrm 
@ Max. T (V/^secl 



200 



FIRING 



IGT 



Max. required gate current to trigger (mA) i 
@ -40°C 



300 



Max. required voltage to trigger (VI 
VGT @ _4f)oq 

@125°C (Min.) 



120 



.15 



200 

300 

120 

3 

.15 



200 



200 J 
120 



3 

:.16 



200 

120 

3 

.15 



200 



300 



126 



VOLTAGE TYPES 



Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltages 



100 



300 



400 



600 



700 



1000 



C48M 
C148M 

C48S 
C148S 

C48IM 
C148N 

C48T 
C148T 

C48P 
C148P 



C49A 
C149A 
C49G 
C149G 
C49B 
CI 498 
C49C 
C149C 
C49D 
C149D 
C49E 
C149E 
C49M 
C149M 



C154A 
C166A 



C154G 
C166G 



C154B 
C166B 
C154C 
C166C 
C154D 
C166D 



C154E 
C1S6E 



C1S4M 
C166M 



CI 55 A 
C157A 
C155G 
C157G 
C155B 
C157B 
C155C 
C157C 
C155D 
C157D 
C155E 
C157E 
C155M 
C157M 



C158E 
C159E 



C158M 
C159M 



C158S 
C159S 



1200 



PACKAGE TYPE 



C48PA 
C148PA 

C48PB 
C14SPB 



C1S8N 
C159N 



C158T 
C169T 



C158P 
C159P 

C168PA 
C169PA 



cu 

C169PB 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 



V/34" STUD 
109/108.1 



VIV STUDjfejlph 
109 108 1 109, 108 



W STUDi 



'/>" STUD 



100-600 



13,500 



<10, 15 



<10, 15 



10,20 



C164A 
C165A 



C164B 
CI 658 



C164C 
C165C 



C164D 
C165D 



C164E 
C165E 



C164M 
C165M 



C165S 



C165N 



14" STUD 



100400 


500-1200 | 




270 


225 


250 


225 


226 


225 


150 


175 




140 


1800 


1600 


13,200 


10,500 


.13 


.135 


2 


5 


HHhI 


30 


15,25 


35 


20. - 


40 


100 


500 


'■ ^-V^"* "^ 


^ 


' I 




200 


200 




200 


300 


120 


125 


mHbb 


5 


.16 


.15 






C354A 
Qf)6A 


C354G 
C356G 


C3548 
C355B 


C354C 
C366C 


C3S4D 
C35SD 


~C364E 
C356E 


C358E 


C345M 
C355M 


C358M 


C358S 




C358N 




C358T 




C358P 


C358PA 




C358PB 


PRESS PAK 


%" 
PRESS PAK 


280 


280 



146 




INVERTER SCR's 
275 TO 400 AMPERES 






| GETYPE 


C184/C185 


C186 


C364 


C365 


C384/C385 


C386 I 1 


CONSTRUCTION 


AMPLIFYING 
GATE 


AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING 
GATE GATE 


AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING 
GATE GATE 


AMPLIFYING 1 
GATE | 


| ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 
VOLTAGE RANGE 


100 800 












FORWARD CONDUCTION 








100-800 




700-1200 


It (RMS 


max. forward conduction sinusoidal 
' @ T C = 65°C, 50% duty (A) 














@ 60 Hz 


300 




275 


275 


400 


400 


@ 600 Hz 


250 




27b 


275 


275 


300 


@ 1200 Hz 


190 


235 


270 


270 


275 


300 


@ 2500 Hz 


- 




200 


200 


bpbbIb^Bh 




@ 5000 Hz 


- 




140 


140 


_ 




'tsm 


Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive surge 
current (A) 


3500 


3500 


1800 


1800 


3500 


3500 


|2t 


Max. |2t for fusing for 5 to 8.3 msec 
(A2sec) 


50.000 


50,000 


13,500 


13,500 


50.000 


50,000 


R0JC 


Max. thermal impedance (°C/W) 


.15 


.15 


.135 


.135 


.095 


.095 


td + tr 


Typical turn-on time (jUsec) 


2 


2 


2 


2 


^^j^^^pi 


2 


»q 


Turn-off time @> rated voltage and 
Tj Vr = 50 volts min. (Alsec) 
@ 20V//Jsec reapplied 




30 










@ lOOV/jUsec reapplied 




35 










@ 200V//Jsec reapplied 


10-20 


40 


10 


20 


10-20 


30 


di/dt 


Critical rate-of-rise of on-state current 
(A/jUsec) 

Junction operating temperature range (°C1 


800 


500 


800 


800 


800 


500 


Tj 


-40 to 1 25°C 


-40 to 1 25°C 


-^40 to 1 25°C - 


-40 to 1 25°C 


-40 to 1 25°C 


-40 to 1 25°C 


BLOCKING 














dv/dt 


Min. critical rate-of-rise off-state 
voltage exponential to rated Vdrm 
@ Max. Tj (V/Aisec) 


200 


200 


500 


500 


200 


200 


FIRING 
















'gt 


Max. required gate current to trigger ImAI 
@ -40°C 


500 


300 


400 


400 


500 


300 


@ 125°C 


250 


250 


175 


175 


250 


250 


Vg T 


Max. required voltage to trigger (V) 
@ -40°C 


■i^p^^Bl 


5 


l^^^BfB 


5 


^^^^^^P 


5 


@ 125°C (Min.) 


.15 


.15 


.15 


.15 


.15 


.25 


VOLTAGE TYPES 














Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltages 
















100 


C184A/C185A 




C364A 


C365A 


C384A/C385A 






150 


C185G 








C385G 






200 


C184B/C185B 
C184C/C185C 
C184D/C185D 
C184E/C185E 




C364B 


C365B 


C384B/C385B 






300 




C364C 


C365C 


C384C/C386C 






400 




C364D 


C365D 


C384D/C385D 






500 


C364E 


C365E 


C384E/C385E 






600 


C184M/'C185M 




C364M 


C365M 


C384M/C385M 






700 


C185S 


C186S i 
CI 86N f 




C365S 


C385S 


C386S 




800 


C1B5N 




C365N 


C385N 


C386N 




900 




C186T f 








C386T 




1000 




C186P j 








C386P 




1100 




C186PA I 








C386PA 




1200 




C186PB i 








C386PB 




1300 














PACKAGE TYPE 


K" STUD 


%" STUD 1 


V," PRESS PAK ■£ 


"PRESS PAK 


'//'PRESS PAK 


i" PR ESS PAK 


PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 


110.1 


110.1 | 


280 


280 


280 


280 





147 




INVERTER SCR's 
500 TO 700 AMPERES 



GETYPE 



C387 



C388 



C397 



C398 



C392 



C393 



CONSTRUCTION 



AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING 
GATE GATE GATE GATE GATE GATE 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 
VOLTAGE RANGE 



500-1200 



500-1200 



500-1200 



500-1200 



100-600 



100-600 



FORWARD CONDUCTION 



I /q^c\ Max. forward conduction sinusoidal 
T ( RMS) @ Tc - 6S°C. 50% duty (A) 



@ 60 Hz 



550 



550 



700 



700 



500 



500 



@ 600 Hz 


530 


@ 1200 Hz 


455 


@ 2500 Hz 


• 22b 



530 



650 



650 



450 



450 



455 



550 



550 



400 



400 



225 



2?6 



275 



210 



210 



@ 5000 Hz 



120 



120 



150 



150 



145 



145 



ITSM 



Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive surge \ 
current (A) j 



5500 



5500 



7500 



7500 



5500 



5500 



|2t 



Max. |2t for fusing for 5 to 8.3 msec 
(A2 sec) 



1 20,000 



1 20,000 



230,000 



230,000 



100.009 



100,000 



RQjC Max. thermal impedance (°C/W) 



.06 



.06 



.06 



.06 



.06 



.06 



td + tr Typical turn-on time (/Usee) 



Turn-off time @ rated voltage and 
Tj Vr = 50 V min. (/Usee) 
@ 20V//Ltsec reapplied 



30 



20 



40 



30 



10 



15 



@ 100V/ /usee reapplied 



35 



25 



50 



35 



12 



18 



@ 200V/jLtsec reapplied 



40 



30 



60 



40 



14 



20 



di/dt 



Critical rate-of-rise of on-state 
current (A//Jsec) 



500 



500 



800 



800 



800 



800 



Tj Junction operating temperature range PC) -40 loH25°C -40to+125-C -40to+125»C -40to+12bC -40to+125°C -40to+125°C 



BLOCKING 



Min. critical rate-of-rise off-state 
dv/dt voltage exponential to rated Vdrm 

@ Max. Tj (V//Usec) 



200 



200 



200 



200 



200 



200 



FIRING 



IGT 



Max. required gate current to trigger ImAI 
@>-40°C 



300 



300 



300 



300 



400 



400 



@125°C 



125 



125 



125 



125 



150 



150 



Vqt 



Max. required voltage to trigger (V) 
@-40°C 

@125°C (Min.) 



.16 



.15 



.15 



.15 



.15 



.15 



VOLTAGE TYPES 



Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltages 



100 



C392A 



C393A 



200 



C392B 



C393B 



300 



C392C 



C393C 



400 



C392D 



C393D 



500 



C387E 



C388E 



C397E 



C398E 



C392E 



C393E 



600 



C387M 



C388M 



700 



C387S 



C388S 



C397M 

C3K78 



C398M 



C392M 



C393M 



C398S 



800 



900 



C387N 

cssrr 



C388N 



C397N 



C398N 



C388T 



C397T 



C398T 



1000 



C387P 



C388P 



C397P 



C398P 



1100 



C387PA 



C388PA 



C397PA 



C398PA 



1200 



C387PB 



C388PB 



C397PB 



C398PB 



PACKAGE TYPE 



"VPRESSPAK T'PRESSPAK V'PRESSPAK V'PRESSPAK! V'PRESSPAK V'PRESSPAK 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 



276 



276 



276 



276 



276 



276 



148 



INVERTER SCR's 
700 TO 1000 AMPERES 



GE TYPE 



C394 



C395 



C444/C445 



C447/C448 



CONSTRUCTION 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 



AMPLIFYING 
GATE 



C449 



AMPLIFYING 
GATE 



AMPLIFYING 
GATE 



AMPLIFYING 
GATE 



AMPLIFYING 
GATE 



VOLTAGE RANGE 



100-600 



FORWARD CONDUCTION 



Max. forward conduction sinusoidal 



It/oiv/icm ""•*■• luiwatu conduction Sin 

T|RMS) @Tc'65 o C,50%d uty (A) 
@ 60 Hz 



700 



@ 600 Hz 



650 



@ 1 200 Hz 



550 



@ 2500 Hz 



@ 5000 Hz 



275 
150 



Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive 
surge current (A) 



8000 



.2, Max. 1 2 t for fusing for 5 to 8.3 msec 

X (A 2 sec) 



250,000 



R 0JC Max. thermal impedance (°C/W) 



*d + *r Typical turn-on time (/Usee) 



L 06_ 
2.0 



Turn-off time @ rated voltage and 
Tj Vr = 50V min. (jUsec) 
@ 20V / /isec reapplied 



10 



@ 200V / /Usee reapplied 
@ 400V / /Usee reapplied 



14 



100-600 



700 
650 
550 
275 
150 

8000 

250,000 

.06 
2.0 



15 



20 



100-600 



1000 



500-1200 



1500-1800 



1000 
1000 



1000 



_800 
12,000 





900 


850 


900 


800 


900 


750 


800 


- 


615 


- 


1 0,000 


6500 



600,000 
.04~ 



415,000 



.04 



,04 



2.0 



2.0 



1Q-20 



40 



di/dt 



Critical rate-of-rise of on-state 
current (A/ /Usee) 



15 



40-25 



800 



800 



800 



800 



500 



BLOCKING 



Junction operating temperature range (°Cl - 40 to 1 25°C - 40 to 1 25°C -40 to 1 25°C " -40 to 1 25°C -40 to 1 25°C 



Min. critical rate-of-rise off -state 
dv/dt voltage exponential to rated Vqrm 
@ Max. Tj <V//Usec) 



200 



200 



200 



400 



200 



FIRING 



l„ T Max - required gate current to trigger (mA) 
■GT @-40°C 


400 


400 


@ 125°C 


150 


150 


v Max. required voltage to trigger (V) 
V GT @-40°C 


5 


5 


@125°C(Min.) 


.15 


.15 


VOLTAGE TYPES 







400 



400 



200 



150 



150 



150 



.15 



.25 



.15 



Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltages 












100 


C394A 


C395A 


C444/C445A 






200 


C394B 


C395B 


C444/C445B 






300 


C394C 


C395C 


C444/C445C 






400 


C394D 


C395D 


C444/C445D 






500 


C394E 


C395E 
C395M 


C444/C445E 
C444/C445M 


C447/C448E 




600 


C394M 


C447/C448M 




700 








C447/C448S 




800 








j C447/C448N 




900 




<: C447/C448T < 




1000 








i C447/C448P 




1100 


C447/C448PA 




1200 








; C447/C448PB i 




1300 












1400 












1500 










C449PE 


1600 










C449PM 


1700 










C449PS 


1800 










C449PN 


PACKAGE TYPE 


1" PRESS PAK 1' 


PRESS PAK 


1" PRESS PAK 


1" PRESS PAK 


1" PRESS PAK 


PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 


276 


276 


276 


276 


276 



149 




276 



INVERTER SCR's 
700 TO 1500 AMPERES 




GE TYPE 



C648 



C613 



CONSTRUCTION 



AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING AMPLIFYING 
GATE GATE GATE GATE 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 

VOLTAGE RANGE 
FORWARD CONDUCTION 

Max. forward conduction sinusoidal 
'T(RMS) @> Tc = 65° C, 50% duty (A) 

® 60 Hz 



500-1200 



1500-1800 



1500-2000 



1500-2000 



@ 600 Hz 



1150 
" 1150 
~ 11 5tT 

1100 



Max. peak one cycle, non-repetitive 
surge current (A) 



Max. I 2 t for fusing for 5 to 8.3 msec 
(A ! sec) 



RfljC Max. thermal impedance (°C/W) 



t d + t r Typical turn-on time (Msec) 



Turn-off time @ rated voltage and Tj 
V R = 50V min. (Msec) 
@ 20V/jusec 

@ 200V/fisec reapplied 

@ 400V/MS6C reapplied 



Critical rate-of-rise of on-state current 

(A/Msec) 



1100 

10.000 
415.000 

.04 , 

2* 



40 

800 



6500 



Junction operating temperature range (°C) 



BLOCKING 



Min. critical rate-of-rise of off-state 
voltage exponential to rated V d rm 
@ Max. Tj (V/mssc) 



FIRING 



8M~ 


1500 


800 


1500 


800 


1500 


750 


1500 


675 


1100 


6500 


20,000 


80.000 


1 ,660,000 


.04 


.023 


- 


- 


lllllll 


- 


40 


50 


40 


- 


500 


800 


Oto 125'C 


-40 to 125°C 



500 



Max. required gate current to trigger (mAI ) 
m -40°C ; 



Max. required voltage to trigger (V) 

@ -40°C 

<a 125°C 



360 
100 

5 

"~ 3 ' 



200 Typ 



125 Typ 



VOLTAGE TYPES 



Repetitive Peak Forward and Reverse Voltages 



100 



200 



500 



C648E 

C64SM 
C648S 
C648N : 
C648T J 
C648P ; 
C648PA ; 
C648PB 



200 
30 

8 : 

3 



200 
30 

5 

3 



C612PE 



C612PM 



C612PS 



C612PN 



PACKAGE TYPE 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 



276 



276 









- 


_ 


- 




_ 


. 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


C613PE 


C712PE 


C61 3PM 


C712PM 


C6I3PS 


C712PS 


C613PN 


C712PN 


C613PT 


C712PT 


C613L 


C712L 


PRESS PAK 1 


" PRESS PAK 


276 


276.1 



150 



HEAT EXCHANGER MODULES 

for 

HIGH CURRENT RECTIFIERS & SCRs 




G6/G14/G15 





G9/G10/3N221/3N222 



G11 



CELL DATA 


180° CONDUCTION, LIQUID COOLED AT 40°C (1 GPM) 


CELL NO. 


MAX. VOLTS 


SINGLE 


AVG. CURRENT PER CELL 


RMS CURRENT FOR SWITCH 




PER CELL 


SURGE AMPS 


G6/G14/G15 


G11 


G9/G10/3N221/3N222 


A390 


1500 


7,000 


600 






A430 


1500 


10,000 


1100 


„,. 




A540 


2400 


1 2,000 


1150 


Ipi^R^BSlS 




A570 


600 


1 8,000 


1500 


— 




C350 


1300 


1,600 


190 


190 


_ 


C380 


1300 


3,500 


260 


260 


_ 


C390 


1300 


8,000 


500 






C391 


1800 


8,000 


450 


™ 




C398 


1200 


7,500 


450 


' — . 




C440 


1300 


11,000 


760 


^P^ft^il»IPiiil 




C441 


1800 


10,000 


640 







C501 


2000 


8,000 


550 


^i^^fcliii^pl 


1500 


C502 


2100 


8,000 


475 







C602 


2600 


10,000 


525 


— . 


1600 


C701 


2000 


1 8,000 


_ 


™ 


3000 


C702 


2400 


1 5,000 


~ 


^BiWlli 


2500 



151 




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153 



TRIAC SELECTOR GUIDE 




8 10 12 

RMS CURRENT-AMPERES 



TRIAC TRIGGERS 



The ST2 (diac) is a silicon bi-directional diode which may be used for triggering triacs or SCR's. It has a three layer 
structure with negative resistance switching characteristics in both directions. 

The ST4 is an asymmetrical AC trigger integrated circuit for use in triac phase control applications. This device 
reduces the snap-on effects that are present in conventional trigger circuits by eliminating control circuit hystersis. This 
performance is possible with a single RC time constant where as a symmetrical circuit of comparable performance would 
require at least three more passive components. 



Switching Voltage 



Vs. 
Switching Voltage 



GE 
Type 



Min. 
(V) 



Max. 

(V) 



Min. 
(V) 



Max. 
(V) 



IS2. Is. 

Switching 

Current 

Max. 

0*A) 



ST2 
ST4 



28 
7 



36' 
9 



28 i 
14 



36' 
18 



200 
80 



' ForST2, Vsz =Vsi±10% 



Pulse 

Output 

Min. 

(V) 



Package 

Outline 

No. 



3.0 
3.5 



154 




TRIACS - ENCAPSULATED PACKAGE 
POWER GLASTM PASSIVATED PELLETS 




230.2 



GE TYPE 



POWER TABTM 

SC136 scm - 



ISOLATED POWER PACT 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 



VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS 



Repetitive Peak Off-State Voltage @ 

T c = -40°C to +100"C 

100V 



NON-ISOLATED POWER PACTM 
SC143 SC146 SC149~~ 



Max. On-State Voltage at Peak of 
RMS Current Rating (V) 



CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS 



SC136A 




- 
















3CJ6B 


SC116B 


SC140B 


SC142B 


SC147B 


SC141B 


801438: 


SC146B 


SC149B 


SC1B1B 


SC13B6 


SC116D 


SC140D 


SC142D 


SC147D 


SC141D 


SC143D 


SC1460 


SC14M) 


SC1810 


~ 


SC1166 


SC140E 


SC142E 


SC147E 


SC141E 


801421 


SC148E 


SC149E 


SC151E 


- 


SC116M 


SC140M 


SC142M 


SC147M 


SC14*M 


SC142JW 


scumt 


scum 


SCI SIM 


1,8 


1 63 


1.85 


1.75 


1.50 


1.83 


1 55 


1 65 


1.65 


■ua 



l T(RMS) Max. RMS On-State Current (A) 



T Max. Case temperature at Rated 

■C(MAX) RMS Currem ( ° c) 



Max. Peak One Cycle Non-Repetitiv 
Surge Current (A) 
@ 50 Hz 



@ 60 Hz 



'drm 
■h 



Max. Leakage Current at Tq = 25" C (mA) 
Max. DC Holding Current (mAdcl 
@ +25" C 



40 C 



Max. DC Latching Current {mAdcl 
@ T c • +25°C MT2+ Gate + 



' T c =■ -40°C 



MT2 - Gate - 



BLOCKING 



Typical Static dv/dt at Rated V ORrv 
Gate Open Circuited (V/usec) 



> T c - 110 C 



Min. Commutating dv/dt at Rated Vp R 
and di/dt = (0.54) l-r(RMS) A/msec. 
Gate Open Circuited, (V/usec). 



TRIGGERING 



®T C 



•40 C 



MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NO. 
Non-Isolated Tab 



Isolated Tab 







ieo 


100 


150 


150 


100 


180 : 


150 


200 


200 




so 


. - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- . ' 




_ 


...— .. 


1M 


s 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


iji!liplll 


* 


4 



Max. Required DC Gate Current (mAdc) % 
to Trigger, @ V D = 12 Vdc J 
@ T c - +25" C MT2+ Gate* 1 


25 


60 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


SO 


SO 




MT2-Gate- » 
MT2+ Gate- I 


a 


SO 


50 


50 


50 


SO 


50 


50 


go 


SO 




28 


. *"• . 


50 


50 


50 


60 


50 


50 


so 


60 


@ T c - -40°C 


MT2+ Gate+ f 


BO 


«K- 


SO 


80 


80 


30 


80 


80 


SB 


30 




MT2-Gate- i 

MT2+ Gate- ;| 


50 


80 


80 


80 


80 


L 80 


SO 


80 


30 


~ 80 




50 


130 


80 


80 


80 


30 


SO 


80 


SO 


ao 


Max. Required DC Gate Voltage to 1. 
Trigger, MT2+ Gate+, MT2- Gate-, 1 
MT2+Gate-.@ V D = 12 Vdc, (V). 1 

m T c - +25°C 1 


2.0 


25 


2.5 


2.5 


2.5 


25 


2.S 


2.5 


2.5 


25 



155 




TRIACS 

HERMETIC 

PACKAGES 

POWER GLAStm 

PASSIVATED PELLETS 




GE TYPE 



STUD/TO-3 FLANGE 
PRESS-FIT 



SC240 
SC241 



SC245 



SC246 



ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 
VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS 



Vr 



Repetitive Peak Off-State Voltage @ 



-40° C to +100°C 



200 V 



400 V 



500 V 



600 V 



Max. On-State Voltage at Peak of 
RMS Current Rating (V) 



CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS 



't(RMS) Max - RMS On-State Current (A) 



T ,.. . „, Max. Case Temperature at Rated RMS 
Tc(MAX » Current (°C) for 

Non-Isolated Stud/Press-Fit 

Isolated Stud/Non-lsolated TO-3 Flange 

Isolated TO-3 Flange 



SC240/1 B 
"sC240/1d" 

sraibTi'i" 

SC240/1M - 
1.83 



82 
80 
79 " 



SC245/6B 
SC245/6D 
SC245/6E 
SC245/6M 



1.65 



Max. Peak One Cycle Non- Repetitive Surge 



TSM Current (A) 



@ 50 Hz 



@ 60 Hz 



Max. Leakage Current at T c = 25°C ImAI 



74 

80 " 

o!i 



Max. DC Holding Current (mAdc) 
@ T c = +25° C 





@ T c = -40°C 






'l 


Max. DC Latch i 
@ T c = +25° C 


ng 


Current (mAdc) 
MT2+ Gate + 






MT2 - Gate - 






MT2+ Gate - 


@ T c = -40° C 




MT2+ Gate + 






MT2 - Gate - 








MT2+ Gate- 



50 

loo 



100 

Too" 



200 



BLOCKING 



dv/dt 



Typical Static dv/dt at Rated V DRM 
Gate Open Circuited (V/nsec) 



Min. Commutating dv/dt at Rated V d rm 
dv/dt (c) and di/dt = (0.54) Ij(RMS) A/msbc, 
Gate Open Circuited (V/Msec) 



200 
20~o" 
400 

100 
4 



TRIGGERING 



Max. Required DC Gate Current 

to Trigger, MT2+ Gate+, MT2- Gate-, 

MT2+Gate-, @ V D = 12Vdc(mAdc) 

@ T c = +25" C 



i T r = -40°C 



Max. Required DC Gate Voltage to 
Trigger, MT2+ Gate +, MT2- Gate-, 
MT2+ Gate-,® V D = 12Vdc 

@ T r = +25° C 



T r = -40 C 



50 
80 



2.5 
3~5 



MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS 



PACKAGE OUTLINE NUMBER 



24l(SC24l) 
242,3, 4,5 
»6(SC240) 



10 



80 
78 



76 



90 
100 



0.1 



50 
100 



100 
100 



200 
200 



200 
400 



150 



50 



80 



2.5 



3.5 



SC250 
~SC251~ 



SC250/1B 
SC250~1 D~~ 
SC250/1 E~ 
SC250/1M 
1.65 

15 



86 
"83~ 
80" 

90 
100 
~0.1 



50 
100 

100 

Too" 

200 



200 

200" 

400 



250 
4 



50 
80" 



SC260 



SC261 



25 



80_ 

""75~ 



71 



230 



250 
0.2 



75 



150 



100 



100 



200 



200 



200 



400 



150 



50 



80 



24KSC240 
242,3,4,5 
a6(SC240) 



2.5 
3.5' 



241(SC24I) 
242,3,4,5 
«6(SC240) 



2.5 



3.5 



SC265 
SC266 



SC260/1B 
SC260/1D 
SC260/1 E 
SC260/1 M 
1.58 



SC265/6B 
SC265;6D _ 
SC265/6E 
SC265/6M J 

1 .38 



40 

81 
74 
"68 " 



275 
300 
0.T" 

75 
150 

100 

loo" 

200 

"200 

200 

400" 



150 

5 







I 



80 
120 



2.5 
3.5 



25KSC26I) 
252, 3, 4, 5, 
8 6(SC260) 



251 (SC2$I) 
252, 3, 4, 5, 
B6(SC260) 



156 



Transient 
Voftage 
Suppression 






From General Electric 
New Transient Protection Manual 



New 112 page manual combines in one 
publication theory, knowledge and experience 
relating to transient cause, detection and 
protection accumulated by General Electric 
scientists and engineers. ..includes a 
comprehensive selection guide and product 
specification sheets for determining the 
optimum GE-MOV™ Varistor. 



Copies are available from any authorized GE 
distributor, GE OEM Electronic Components 
Sales Office, or by sending $2.50 plus 
applicable tax to General Electric, 
Semiconductor Products Department, 
Electronics Park, Bldg. 7-49, Syracuse, New 
York 13201. 



157 



GE-MOV™ VARISTORS 



General Electric zinc oxide varistors are voltage dependent, 
symmetrical resistors which perform in a manner similar 
to back-to-back zener diodes in circuit protective functions 
and offer advantages in performance and economics. When 
exposed to high energy voltage transients, the varistor im- 
pedance changes from a very high standby value to a very 
low conducting value thus clamping the transient voltage 
to a safe level. The dangerous energy of the incoming high 
voltage pulse is absorbed by the GE-MOV® varistor, thus 
protecting voltage sensititive circuit components. 



I-V Oscillograph 
(Actual Photo) 




SELECTOR GUIDE 

1. Determine maximum (steady-state) voltage appearing across the varistor when no transients are present. Include 
any high line conditions that may occur. For example: 1 17V RMS-10% high line = 129VRMS. Locate voltage on 
horizontal scale. Drop down to appropriate GE-MOV™ varistor series (i.e., MA, L and PA series). 

2. Locate level of energy transient on the left-most vertical scale. Match with series determined in Step No. 1. 
Example: 129VRMS, 20 Joules (L and PA series). For unknown energy level, estimate by type of application. 
Less than 20 Amps. max. transient current, stored energy is low (e.g., relay contact protection). Or if varistor 
is placed after a transient-absorbing component (i.e., transformer, inductor, capacitor), then the MA series 
(.1-.7 Joules) is a good choice. For higher peak pulse current requirements, check the ZA, L, or PA series, 
depending on voltage. 

3. After energy and applied voltage level considerations, average power dissipation needs must be considered. For 
infrequent transients (once/hour, once/day), any series is adequate. For frequent transients, or where rigid 
mounting is required, use the PA series. For specific selection, refer to individual spec sheets and application 
notes. 



ENERGY 
(Joules) 


AVERAGE 

POWER 

DISSIPATION 

(Watts) 


MAXIMUM STEADY-STATE APPLIED VOLTAGE 


VOLTS - AC RMS 

IS 35 75 95 130 150 275 290 420 480 550 S75 ^ 1000 


PACKAGES 


VOLTS - DC ^ 

20 40 60 80 100 120140160 180 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 


.7 


0.2 


MA SERIES 

18-264 VRMS 

23-365 VDC x^xox^xXx^i^x^o:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- 


MAX. 


PULSE 
CURRENT 10-20 A 


.6-15 


.17-. 55 


•:■:■:■:■ ZA SERIES 

10-1 15 VRMS 
14.153 VDC 


MAX. ^ J000-2000A 
PEAK f frfr- 
PULSE V" 
CURRENT 250-500A 


1-160 


.24-13 


L SERIES 
95-1000 VRMS 
120- 675 VDC 




MAX. •• # 4000A 
PEAK n IMIP^' 
PULSE *• ^ 
CURRENT400A 2000A 


10-80 


3-15 








PA SERIES 
130-575 VRMS 
170-750 VDC 










MAX. 

PEAK ^^^ 
PULSE *"^ "~ 
CURRENT 4000A 



158 



THE CASE FOR GE-MOV™ VARISTORS 




18 32 

MICROSECONDS 



100 



Actual photograph of oscilloscope recording of a household power line input (24 hours) 
Voltage transient problems can be caused by: 



6KV 





Lightning 



Turning off inductive components 




"> -" 


■IT 1 J— 




POWER 


SI8NAL 



Contact switching 



Electromagnetic coupling (noise) 



GE-MOV™ VARISTOR CLAMP DANGEROUS VOLTAGE TRANSIENTS AND 
DISSIPATE THEM AS HARMLESS HEAT ENERGY. 



159 



ZA SERIES 



APPLICATIONS 

• Solid State Motor Control 

• Solid State Relays/Timers 

• AC Line Cord Protection 

• Control Arc Suppression 

• Traffic Controllers 

• Communication Equipment 

• Automobiles 

• Calculators 

• Smoke Detectors 

• Instrumentation „„,.£ 




^ 



REPLACEMENT FOR the following when used as transient 
suppressor: 

• Selenium Tryectors 

• Zener Diodes 

• Silicon Carbide 

• Gas Discharge Tubes 

• R-C Networks (non-dv/dt) 

• Neon Bulbs 

• Electronic Crowbar Circuits 



1-3 
JOULES 




5-15 
JOULES 



Replaces Many Zeners • Voltages 12-1 15 VRMS, 16-153 VDC • Energy Absorption to 15 Joules • Peak Pulse 
Current to 1000 A • Characterized @ 1mA DC • For Complete Specif ications, see Page No. 1438. 



MODEL - 
NUMBER 


MAXIMUM 
APPLIED VOLTAGE 


MAXIMUM 
ENERGY 
JOULES 


MAXIMUM 

NON-REPETITIVE 

PEAK PULSE 

CURRENT 

t p <6/iS 


MAXIMUM 

AVERAGE 

POWER 

DISSIPATION 


MAXIMUM 
VARISTOR 
VOLTAGE 
AT 1 AMP/ 
PEAK 


AC-RMS 


AC-PEAK 
50-60H2 


DC 


VOLTS 


VOLTS 


VOLTS 


(WATT-SECS) 


AMPS 


WATTS 


VOLTS 


V18ZA1 
V18ZA3 


10 


14 


14 


0.5 
3.0 


250 
1000 


0.18 

0.40 j 


3S 
32 


V22ZA1 
V22ZA3 


IlilP 


17 


18 


0.6 
3.0 


250 
1000 


0.17 
0.40 


46 
43 


V24ZA1 
V24ZA4 


IE 


31 


19 


0.8 
4.0 


250 
1000 


0.18 
0.40 


46 
43 


V27ZA1 
V27ZA4 


15 


21 


20 


0.8 
4.0 


260 
1000 


0.18 
0.40 


54 
Si2 


V33ZA1 
V33ZA5 


IHhi 


28 


26 


1.0 
5.0 


260 
1000 


0.19 
0.40 


60 
58 


V39ZA1 
V39ZA6 


Iffjjjjil 


35 


31 


1.2 
6.0 


250 
1000 


0.20 
0.45 


70 
65 


V47ZA1 
V47ZA7 


30 


4? 


38 


1.4 
7.0 


250 
1000 


0.21 
0.45 


87 
76 


V56ZA2 
V56ZA8 


35 


49 


45 


1.7 
8.0 


2S0 
1000 


0.22 
0.45 


86 
91 


V68ZA2 
V68ZA10 


40 


67 


56 


2.0 
10.0 


250 
1000 


0.24 
0.50 


112 
108 


V82ZA2 
V82ZA12 


SO 


: " 


66 


2.5 
j 12.0 


260 
1000 


0.25 
0.50 


135 
130 


V100ZA3 
V100ZA15 


60 


ss 


SI 


' 3.0 
15.0 


260 
1000 


0.26 
0.55 


160 
154 


V120ZA1 
V1 20ZA6 


n 

IS 


106 

106 


102 

102 


; 10 
6.0 


SOO 
2000 


0.20 
• 0.45 


200 
190 


V150ZA1 
V150ZA8 


86 
95 


134 

134 


127 

127 


I 1.2 
I 80 


$00 

2000 


0.20 
0.45 


245 
240 


V180ZA1 
V180ZA10 


us 

115 


163 

163 


ISJ 


1.5 

: 10.0 


500 
2000 


0.20 
! 0.45 


286 
290 



160 



PA SERIES 



Rigid Mounting • Up to 15W Dissipation • Voltage Range 130-575 VRMS, 
1 70-750 VDC • Peak Pulse Current to 4000A • Meets NEMA Creep and 
Strike Distance • For Complete Specifications, see Page No. 1432. 



MODEL 
NUMBER 



V130PA10AI 
V130PA20A1 
V130PA20B I 
V130PA20C | 

V150PA10A1 
V150PA20A1 
V150PA20B 1 
V150PA20C 1 

V250PA10a| 
V250PA20AS 
V250PA40A I 
V250PA40B % 
V250PA40C | 

V275PA10Ap 
V275PA20A | 
V275PA40A 1 
V275PA40B | 
V275PA40C I 

V320PA40a| 
V320PA40B | 
V320PA40C | 

V420PA20A I 
V420PA40A 1 
V420PA40B I 
V420PA40C || 

V460PA20A P 
V460PA40A I 
V460PA40B I 
V460PA40C » 

V480PA20A I 
V480PA40A | 
V480PA80AI 
V480PA80B I 
V480PA80C 1 

V510PA20A|| 
V5IOPA40A1 
V510PA80A1 
V510PA80B|| 
V510PA80C § 

V550PA20A i 
V550PA40A § 
V550PA80Af| 
V550PA80B || 
V550PA80C If 

V575PA20A il 
V575PA40A |§ 
V575PA80A 1 
V575PA80B p 
V575PA80C il 



MAXIMUM 
APPLIED VOLTAGE 



AC-PEAK 
50-60H; 



MAXIMUM 
ENERGY 
JOULES 



VOLTS (WATT-SEC) 



MAXIMUM 

NON REPETITIVE 

PEAK PULSE 

CURRENT 

tp < 6 /J S 



MAXIMUM 

AVERAGE 

POWER 

DISSIPATION 



MAXIMUM 
VARISTOR 
VOLTAGE 
AT 10 AMP/ 
PEAK 



AMPS 



WATTS 



10 . 8 
70 20 *i 15 


20 




illlli 20 illlllp 


15 


lllllp 10 ^^^P 




at 20 


15 ||11 


20 




20 


15 


lllflM io lilils 




20 




30 40 


13 


40 




40 


13 


lilili 1 ° lillllli 




20 




60 40 


13 


40 


13 fill 


40 


13 


40 


12 


IS 40 


12 



VOLTS 



: 1780 ! 
I i?8i) ! 
: l?00 \ 



i 13M ! 
! 1320 i 
; 1320 I 



1&00 
1410 ! 



i 1460 ! 
| 1400 




MA SERIES 



Low Cost • Designed for Automatic Insertion • Molded Axial Package • Voltages 18-264 VRMS, 26-365 VDC 
• Energy Absorption to 700 milli Joules • Peak Pulse Current to 20A • For Complete Specifications 
see Page No. 1426. 



MODEL 
NUMBER 



MAXIMUM 
APPLIED VOLTAGE 



AC-PEAK 
50-60Hz 



MAXIMUM 
ENERGY 
JOULES 



VOLTS (WATT-SECSI 



MAXIMUM 

NON-REPETITIVE 

PEAK PULSE 

CURRENT 

tp < 6 y S 



MAXIMUM 

AVERAGE 

POWER 

DISSIPATION 



MAXIMUM 
VARISTOR 
VOLTAGE 
AT 1 AMP/ 
PEAK 



AMPS 



M-WATTS 



VOLTS 



NOTE: Gh-MOVTW Vans'oi MA Series Models from ^1-75 VRMS, /6-102 VDC ?*e oagr 14 



visomaiaI 

V150MA26 I 


B8 
92 


124 
130 


121 
■ 37 


.10 
.20 


10 
70 


V180MA1Ai 
V180MA3BI 


105 
110 


148 

•55 


144 
IB? 


.15 
30 


10 


V220MA2A If 
V220MA4B | 


133 
• 38 


IB7 
195 


16! 
191 


20 
.40 


10 
20 


V270MA2A 1 
V270MA4B | 


163 


230 


274 
235 


20 
.40 


10 

<ro 


V330UA2A m 
V330MASB II 


188 
300 


266 

• 4K- 


267 
2)4 


.25 
.50 


lifllllillliii 


V390MA3A 
V390MA6B || 


234 

242 


331 
34? 


323 
334 


.30 
.60 


10 


V430MA3A 
V430MA7B If 


253 
264 


356 
373 


349 
365 


.35 
.70 


10 

■§■■■■1 



26 



280 
250 



350 
S5B 



420 
390 



530 
460 



640 
560 



750 
>00 



161 






L SERIES 



./ 



■r 



Protection Up to 120, 240, 277, 480 VRMS, 130-625 VDC 

• 4000A Peak Pulse Current Capability • Energy Absorption to 160 Joules 

• For Complete Specifications, see Page No. 1418. 



MAXIMUM 
Mnnc , APPLIED VOLTAGE MAXIMUM 


MAXIMUM 

NON-REPETITIVE 

PEAK PULSE 

CURRENT 

tp <6 MS 


MAXIMUM 

AVERAGE 

POWER 

DISSIPATION 


MAXIMUM 
VARISTOR 
VOLTAGE 
AT 1 AMP/ 
PEAK 


NUMBER 

AC-RMS 


AC PEAK 
5060Hz 


DC JOULES 


VOLTS 


VOLTS 


VOLTS IWATT-SECSI 


AMPS 


WATTS 


VOLTS 


V95LA7A „ R 
V95LA7B 


134 


130 7 


;.,00 


045 


245 

220 


V130LA1 
V130LA2 

V130LA10A 130 
V1 30LA20A 
V130LA20B 


l£4 


iiiiilni i 

2 

175 10 

20 

20 


400 
400 
2000 
4O00 
4000 


.24 
.24 
.50 
.85 
.85 


361) 
360 
340 
340 

.',05 


V150LA1 
V150LA2 

V150LA10A t50 
V150LA20A 

V150LA208 


212 


2 

200 10 

20 

20 


400 
400 

2000 

4000 
•1000 


24 
0.24 
0.50 
0.85 
0.85 


420 
420 
390 
390 

355 


V250LA2 
V250LA4 

V250LA15A ,„ 
V250LA20A f 
V250LA40A 
V250LA40B 


314 


ttflfMl 2 
4 

330 ;■; 

40 
40 


400 
400 
20Q0 
2000 
4000 
4000 


0.28 
0.28 
0.60 
0.60 
0.90 
0.90 


600 

mo 

640 

. 640 
840 
580 


V275LA2 

V275LA4 

V275LA15A ,,, 

V275LA20A 

V275LA40A 

V275LA40B 


339 


IHtfitii 2 

4 

«•* :' : 

40 
40 


400 

400 
2000 

>000 
4000 
4000 


0.28 
0.28 
0.60 
0.60 
0.90 
0.90 


750 
750 
700 
700 
700 
645 


V300LA2 ^, n 
V300LA4 Juu 


424 


405 .; 


400 
400 


0.28 
0.28 


830 
830 


V320LA15A 
V320LA20A ,,„ 
V320LA40A 
V320LA40B 


41? 


15 

It 
40 


:ooo 
2000 
4000 
4000 


.6 
.6 
.9 
.9 


780 
780 
780 
740 


V420LB20A 
V420LB40A 420 
V420LB40B 


i» 


20 
560 40 

40 


2UIX.1 
4000 
4000 


0.55 
0.90 
0.90 


1050 
1050 
980 


V460LB20A 

V460LB40A 460 
V460LB40B 


650 


20 

615 J" 

40 


2'iO0 
4000 

4000 


0.55 
0.90 
0.90 


1130 

■ 1180 
1080 


V480LB20A 
V480LB40A 
V480LB80A *° u 
V480LB80B 


679 


20 
80 


'.'000 

:-u00 

4"Jt'lO 
4000 


0.55 
0.70 
1.00 
1.00 


1200 
1200 
1110 
1110 


V510LB20A 
V510LB40A ..„ 
V510LB80A *'" 
V5I0LB80B 


751 


20 
80 


2'Xl0 
2000 
.1000 
4'j00 


0.55 
0.70 
1.00 
1.00 


1300 
1 300 
1300 
1200 


V550LB20A 
V550LB40A „- 
V550LB80A ° 
V550LB80B 


778 


20 
40 
80 
80 


'.'000 
2000 
4000 
4000 


0.60 
0.70 
1.00 
1.00 


1400 
1400 
1400 
1300 


V575LB20A 
V575LB40A K , K 
V575LB80A " J 
V575LB80B 


813 


20 
40 
80 
80 


3000 
2000 
4000 
4000 


0.65 
0.80 
1.10 
1.10 


1480 
1480 
1480 
1340 


V1000LB80A 
V1000LB160A 1000 
V1000LB160B 


1414 


80 
160 
160 


2000 
4000 
4000 


0.9 
1.3 
1.3 


2500 
2500 
2400 



162 




POWER MODULES 



New General Electric power modules are miniaturized, 
self-contained, Epoxy encapsulated modules capable 
of performing basic AC to DC conversion functions. 
Typical applications include - DC power supplies, DC 
motor controls, battery chargers, magnetic clutches 
and brakes. 

All General Electric power modules incorporate Power 
Glas™ passivated semiconductors with the latest 
pellet mountdown and interconnect tech niques, 
thereby assuring the utmost in reliability. 



COMMON CHARACTERISTICS @ 25°C 



Isolation Breakdown 2,500 V PE 

Surge, Peak One Cycle 300 A 

Fusing, l 2 t @ 8.3 msec 370 A 2 SEC 

Gate Current to Trigger (Max.) 40 mA 

Gate Voltage to Trigger (Max.) 2.5 V 

On-State Current Rate of Rise (di/dt) 100 A//uSEC 

Off-State Voltage Rate of Rise (dv/dt) 20 V//USEC 

Operating Temperature -40 to 125°C 



BASIC CIRCUIT 
SCHEMATIC 






l AVERAGE 
@ 85° (A) 



25 



25 



25 



V.N 

(V) 



GE TYPES 



BASIC CIRCUIT 



120 



240 



120 



240 



120 



240 



WV2BE25C 



WV2BE25E 



WV2BJ25C 



WV2BJ25E 



WV2BA25C 



WITHOUT 

FREEWHEELING 

DIODE 



WV2BC25C 



WV2BC25E 



WV2BK25C 



WV2BK25E 



WV2BA25E 



WITHOUT 
GE-M0V® 
VARIST0R 



W2BE25C 



W2BE25E 



W2BJ25C 



W2BJ25E 



W2BA25C 



W2BA25E 



WITHOUT 
EITHER DIODE 
OR VARISTOR 



W2BC25C 



W2BC25E 



W2BK25C 



W2BK25E 



163 



GE TYPES 



BASIC CIRCUIT 
SCHEMATIC 



l AVER. 
@ 85°C (A) 



V|N 

(V) 



BASIC CIRCUIT 



WITHOUT 

GE-MOV® 

VARISTOR 




120 



WV2BH25C 



25 



240 



WV2BH25E 



W2BH25C 



W2BH25E 




*ACI 



AC2* 



120 



WV2CA25C 



25 



240 



WV2CA25E 



W2CA25C 



W2CA25E 



*G2 



Gl< 



*ACI 



-5fi- 



AC2* 



120 



WV2AA50C 



50A 
RMS 



240 



WV2AA50E 



W2AA50C 



W2AA50E 



*^ 



*2 



|i 



Glo 9 G2 




BASIC BUILDING BLOCK MODULES 

For further information on these and other 
custom circuit types, contact: 

GE Semiconductor 

Electronics Park, 7-49 

Syracuse, New York 13201 

Phone: (315)456-2633 



For outline dimensions and pinout configurations, see PAGE 1444 



164 



SUBSCRETEtm DEVICES 



DESCRIPTION: 

The new family of Subscrete™ Devices from General Electric is a series of chip-like devices 
designed specifically for hybrid circuits or similar circuit manufacturing techniques. Available in three 
basic configurations, Subscrete™ Triacs, SCR's and Rectifiers utilize Power Glas™ passivated 
pellets providing the ultimate in device performance and reliability. The intimate, void-free bond 
between the silicon chip and the stress - matched, glass coating provides stable, low level leakage 
current and long-term reliability. When properly mounted and heat sinked, these fully tested Sub- 
screte™ Devices can provide equivalent performance and reliability of comparable discrete devices 
at substantial cost savings to the user. 



PACKAGE CONFIGURATIONS: 




STEP LEAD CONFIGURATION 

— Completely ready to reflow solder with copper step lead attached 
to the chip top contact and a soft soldered stress-relief plate at- 
tached to the chip bottom contact. 

— Current and thermal spreading accomplished by attached step lead 
and stress-relief plate. 

— No additional connections to chip required by user. 

— All contact areas are solder-clad and in a common seating plane. 




ISOLATED CONFIGURATION 

— Soft soldered, stress-relief plate between chip and metallized pad 
on substrate. 

— Bottom of substrate metallized and solder coated allowing reflow 
attachment to heat dissipator. 

— Current and thermal spreading accomplished by attached step lead 
and stress-relief plate. 

— External leads available for electrical connectors. 

— No additional connections to substrate required by user. 




SANDWICH CONFIGURATION 

- Soft-soldered, stress-relief plates attached to both top contact and 
bottom contact areas, providing for current and thermal spreading. 

— Top and bottom contact plates can provide for customized mount- 
ing by user without coming in contact with the chip metallization. 



165 



subscrete™ devices 
power series 

Triacs • SCR's • Rectifiers 





PACKAGE CONFIGURATION 

= Step Lead 










VOLTAGE GRADE 

A = 100 D = 400 
B = 200 E = 500 
C = 300 M = 600 






1 = Isolated Step Lead 

2 = Sandwich 




i 1 1 
















EXAMPLE: 6 amp. 400 volt. Step Lead 
Subscrete™ Triac is << MPA1060D. 


i 


■tsm 

PEAK ONE 
FULL CYCLE 
SURGE 
(NON-REP) 
ON-STATE 
CURRENT 

@ 60 Hz 

AMPERES 

(MAXIMUM) 


■drm 

PEAK 

OFF-STATE 

CURRENT 

mA 

(MAXIMUM) 


V T M 

PEAK 

ON-STATE 

VOLTAGE 

VOLTS 

(MAXIMUM) 


dv/dt 

(STATIC) 

CRITICAL 

RATE-OF-RIS 




GE TYPE I I 


OF OFF-STAT 
VOLTAGE 




CURRENT RATINGS (RMS) 


Tj - 100 C 
VOLTS//Z SEC 


GO 

u 
< 

oc 


6 Amperes 


MPA106 | | 


80 


0.1 


1.83 

@I TM = 
8.5Apk. 


25 


10 Amperes 


MPA110| | 


100 


0.1 


1.65 
14.0Apk. 


50 


15 Amperes 


MPA115| | 


120 


0.1 


1.52 

@Itm = 
21.0Apk 


100 


25 Amperes 


MPA125 | | 


250 


0.2 


1.58 

@Itm = 
35.0A pk. 


25 


40 Amperes 


MPA140 | | 


300 


0.2 


1.38 

@Itm - 
56.0A pk. 


25 
















'tsm 

PEAK ONE 

FULL CYCLE 

SURGE 

(NON-REP) 

ON-STATE 

CURRENT 

@ 60 Hz 

AMPERES 

(MAXIMUM) 


'drm"rrm 

PEAK 

OFF-STATE 

OR REVERSE 

CURRENT 

mA 

(MAXIMUM) 


V T M 

PEAK 

ON-STATE 

VOLTAGE 

VOLTS 

(MAXIMUM) 


dv/dt 

(STATIC) 

CRITICAL 

RATE-OF-RIS 

OF OFF-STAT 

VOLTAGE 

Tj = 100°C 

VOLTS/jU SEC 

(TYPICAL) 






GE TYPE I I 




CURRENT RATINGS (RMS) 


OC 

u 

GO 


10 Amperes 


MPA210 j [ 


90 


0.1 


1.95 
@I T M = 

20.0A pk. 


50 


25 Amperes 


MPA225 j [ 


250 


0.2 


1.5 

@I T M = 

50.0A pk. 


50 


35 Amperes 


MPA235 ' [ 


300 


0.2 


1.9 

@'tm = 
70.0A pk. 


50 










I FS m PEAK ONE CYCLE 

SURGE (NON-REP) 

FORWARD CURRENT 

@ 60 Hz AMPERES 

(MAXIMUM) 


■firm 
peak reverse 

CURRENT mA 
(MAXIMUM) 


V FM MAXIMUM 
PEAK FORWARI 






GE TYPE I I 


VOLTAGE VOL 




CURRENT RATINGS (RMS) 


(MAXIMUM) 


REC 
TIFI- 
ERS 


30 Amperes 


MPA330 I I 


300 


0.2 


1.5 

@ l FM = 60Ap 



T66 



'V 



dv/dt 
OMMUTATING) 
3ITICAL RATE- 
: -RISEOF OFF- 
ATE VOLTAGE 

= 100°C.60Hz 
> RATED RMS 

CURRENT 
VOLTS/jU SEC 

(MINIMUM) 


'gt 

DC GATE 

TRIGGER 

CURRENT 

MT2+ GATE+ 

MT2- GATE- 

MT2+ GATE- 

mAdc 

(MAXIMUM) 


Vgt 

DC GATE 

TRIGGER 

VOLTAGE 

Vdc 

(MAXIMUM) 


«H 

HOLDING 

CURRENT 

mAdc 

(MAXIMUM) 


LATCHING 

CURRENT 

MT2+ GATE+ 

MT2- GATE- 

MT2+ GATE- 

mAdc 

(MAXIMUM) 


R 6 

MAX 

APPA 

THEF 

IMPED 

@ 61 

°C/WAT 

NON- 

ISOL. 


)jc 

MUM 

RENT 

{MAL 

ANCE 

) Hz 

T (MAX.) 

ISOL. 


JUNCTION 

OPERATING 

TEMP. 

RANGE 

°C 
















-40 j 


liM^^gH 


50 


2 J . 


50 


200 


2.2 


3.4 


lo 
+100 j 
















■40 1 


^^^k|m 


50 


2,6 


50 


200 


1.5 


2.7 


to I 

noo 1 
















-40 I 


^•^S^B 


50 


2.5 \ 


50 


200 


1.3 


2.5 


to 

M00 1 
















" 40 1 


^^^^^S 


50 


2.5 


75 


-. 200;'" . 


1.2 


1.9 


to 

H00 1 
















-40 


^^^^^S 


80 


2,5 


75 


200 


0.8 


1.2 


to 
+100 



t q CIRCUIT 
:OMMUTATED 
URN-OFF TIME 

Tj = 100°C 
MSEC 


■gt 

DC GATE 

TRIGGER 

CURRENT 

mAdc 


Vgt 

DC GATE 

TRIGGER 

VOLTAGE 

Vdc 


>H 

HOLDING 

CURRENT 

mAdc 


"l 

LATCHING 

CURRENT 

mAdc 


R0jc 

STEADY- 
STATE 

THERMAL 
RESISTANCE 

°C/WATT 
(MAXIMUM) 


Tj 

JUNCTION 

OPERATING 

TEMP. 

RANGE 

°C 


(TYPICAL) 


(MAXIMUM) 


(MAXIMUM) 


MAXIMUM) 


(MAXIMUM) 


NON- 
ISOL. 


ISOL. 


















-40 


50 


25 


''!.§• .; 


30 


. •. -."-tto.'-v/- 


1.8 


4.0 


to 

+ 100 
















-40 


50 


25 


"1J3 


50 


L . , - •fiDfe 


1.7 


2.5 


to 
-1100 
















-40 


50 


40 


2.5 


75 


t§0 ■■ 


1.7 


2.5 


to 
4-100 



@ JC STEADY-STATE 
IERMAL RESISTANCE 
:/WATT (MAXIMUM) 
ION-ISOL. ISOL. 



1.7 



2.5 



Tj JUNCTION 
OPERATING 

TEMP. 
RANGE °C 



-40 to +175 



NOTES: 

1. All characteristics given for Tj = 25° C unless otherwise stated. 

2. R0jc Definition: 

• For Non-Isolated Configurations: Thermal resistance from junction to geometric center of 

bottom plate. 

• For Isolated Configurations: Thermal resistance from junction to bottom of substrate under 

geometric center of chip. 

3. Most maximum allowable ratings depend almost entirely on the quality and thermal 

characteristics of the bond when mounting the Subscrete™ Device. For this reason, 

normal ratings such as average current, surge current and operating temperature range, 

are obtainable when the solder thickness is limited to <3 mils and good wetting is achieved. 



wm 



167 



MILITARY TYPES AVAILABLE 



Type 


TX Type 




Military 
Specification 


JAN 1N1184 thru 1N1190 


JANTX 1N1184 thru 1NU90,R 


MIL-S-19500/297 


JAN 1N1202A, 04A 


JANTX 1N1202A, 04A.R 


MIL-S-19500/260 


JAN 1N1206A 


JANTX 1N1206A.R 




MIL-S-19500/260 


JAN 1N1614, 15, 16 






MIL-S-19500/162 


JAN 1N3289, 91, 93 
94, 95 






MIL-S-19500/246 


JAN 1N3673A 


JANTX )N3673A,R 




MIL-S-19500/260A 


JAN 1N3713, 15, 17 
19, 21 






MIL-S-19500/269 


JAN 1N3766 


JANTX 1N3766.R 




MIL-S-19500/297 


JAN 1N3768 


JANTX1N3768, R 




MIL-S-19500/297 


JAN 1N3890, 91, 93 & R 


JANTX 1N3B90, 91, 


93& R 


MIL-S-19500/304 


JAN 1N3909, 10, 11 
12, 13 


JANTX 1N3909, 10, 11 

12, 13, R 


MIL-S-19500/308 



Type 




TX Type 




Military 
Specification 


JAN 1N4148/-1 




JANTX 1N4148/1 




MIL-S-19500/116 


JAN 1N4150/-1 




JANTX 1N415Q/-1 




MIL-S-19500/231 


JAN 1N4153/-1 




JANTX 1N4153/-1 




MIL-S-19500/337 


JAN 1N4454/-1 




JANTX 1N4454M 




MIL-S-19500/144 


JAN 1N4459.R 








MIL-S-19500/162 


JAN 1N4531 




JANTX 1N4531 




MIL-S-19500/116 


JAN 1N4532 




JANTX 1N4532 




MIL-S-19500/144 


JAN 2N489A-94A 




JANTX 2N48SA-94A 




MIL-S-19500/75 


JAN 2N682, 3, 5, 
7, 8, 


6 
9 


JANTX 2N682. 3, 5, 
7,8. 


1 * • 


MIL-S-19500/108 




JAN 2N2323, 4, 6 


8, 9 & A 


JANTX 2N2323, 4, 6, 


8, g& a 


MIL-S-19500/276 | 









HIGH RELIABILITY SPECIFICATIONS 








Nigh Rel. 
Type 


Commercial 
Type 


Conservative Design Maximum Conditions 


Estimated Maximum Failure 

Rate in Conservatively 

Designed Equipment 

%/10O0 hrs. 




lo 


Tstg, TjOP 


Vdrm, Vkrm 


Vrsm 


A27BR1200 


" - - /tROU} '' n- 


12A 


-65 to +100°C 


100V 


200V 


001 


A27DR1200 


1N1204 


12A 


-65 to + 100°C 


200V 


400V 


.001 


A27MR1200 


1N1206 


12A 


— 65to+100°C 


400V 


600V 


001 


A28BR1200 


MSB 


12A 


-65to+100°C 


100V 


200V 


.001 


A28DR1200 


A28D 


12A 


— 65to+100°C 


200V 


40OV 


.001 


A28BR1201 


1N3891 


12A 


—65 to + 100°C 


100V 


200V 


.001 


A28DR1201 


1N3693 


12A 


-65to+100°C 


200V 


400V 


001 


A38BR1200 


"^^Mt^jH^-* -Cij,-, 


25A 


—65 to + 100°C 


100V 


200V 


001 


A38DR1200 


1N2158 
1N21S0 


25A 


-65to+100°C 


200V 


400V 


.001 


A38MR1200 


25A 


-65 to -f 100°C 


400V 


600V 


001 


A38BR1202 


1N39U 
1N3913 


30A 


—65 to +100°C 


100V 


200V 


'' 'Av? /sffS?*'*- - 


A38DR1202 


30A 


-65to+100°C 


200V 


400V 


■; .jgg,"' ^y&-- 


C5AR1200 


2N2324 


1.6A 


—65 to +85°C 


50V 


100V 


- A<*t- ***' . . " - 


C5BR1200 


2N2326 


| 1.6A 


—65 to +85°C 


100V 


200V 


"'""jV JBBf^ 


C5DR1200 


c jf*E^iiti^iliiki ^^r^ ~* 


; 1.6A 


-65 to +85°C 


200V 


400V 


- ~. r :2;,-'-#W",> -„ 


C10AR1200 


2M772A 


j 4.7A 


-65 to + 100°C 


50V 


100V 


-.'!„, &H~; ' 


C10BR1200 


2N1774A 
2M777A 


! 4.7A 


— 65to+100°C 


100V 


200V 


">- h AA~ .**§ - 


C10DR1200 


i 4.7A 


-65 to -|-100°C 


200V 


400V 


,~ig;,i*MT _\ • 


C11AR1200 


2N1772 


1 4 - 7A 


-65 to +85°C 


50V 


100V 


•v-yK JW-*. 


C11BR1200 


2N1774 


1 4.7A 


-65 to +85°C 


100V 


200V 


-- ^ c-X'* jjjgr: . \ . . 


C11DR1200 


2M777 
, 2N261J? , 


| 4.7A 


-65 to +85°C 


200V 


400V 


• ' -,5' j?' ; . !<"%■/ 


C11MR1200 


I 4.7A 


—65 to +85°C 


300V 


600V 


, .-■&>,&§&. ". •-" 


C35AR1200 


. .-JN6H - • 


16A 


—65 to +85°C 


50V 


100V 


.001 


C35BR1200 


2W88S 


j 16A 


—65 to +85°C 


100V 


200V 


X , A ^ -jflot" ■ _ -^': 


C35DR1200 


'• JNSStf'v': 7 .'■••. ' 


1 16A 


-65 to +85°C 


200V 


400V 


t~"i**r* '• , 


C35ER1200 


2N689 " ' ' 'A •' 


I 16A 


-65 to +85°C 


250V 


500V 


A r 4rt ._ ^ : 


C35MR1200 


2N690 ' 


1 16A 


—65 to +85°C 


300V 


600V 


"'-/MI^'^J' 


C38BR120O 


2N685 


1 16A 


— 65to+100°C 


100V 


200V 


•T. <jbW 


C38HR1200 


2N686 


1 16A 


— 65to-fl00°C 


125V 


250V 


'-•,".■ ';;■$$ -', 


C38DR1200 


21*688 ' ' " 


I 16A 


— 65to+100°C 


200V 


400V 


■ „"•<_ ifitfc ', - 


C137MR1200 


2NS2D4 


1 22 - 3A 


—65 to + 85°C 


300V 


600V 


"' " Jr -4tj( 



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17G 



Semiconductor product application and circuit design in- 
mation is provided in these application notes and article 
reprints from professional and technical journals. Prepared 



and written by General Electric's Semiconductor Applica- 
tion Engineering Center, these publications give you a val- 
uable solid state reference library. 



Particular publications which interest you may be ordered by publication number from: Inquiry Clerk, General 
Electric Company, Semiconductor Products Dept., Bldg. #7, Mail Drop 49, Electronics Park, Liverpool, IM.Y. 13088. 



PLEASE ORDER BY PUBLICATION NUMBER General References: 451.138 Semiconductor Data Handbook 



1. General Applications of Signal Diodes and Transistors 

90.28 The Use of "y" Parameters in Transistor Circuit Design 
90.30 Measurement of Stored Charge in High Speed Diodes 
90.62 Y Parameters: Their Accuracy and Measurement 
90.86 Transistor Models for CACD 

200.52 The Characterization of Power Transistors to Avoid 
Forward Bias Second Breakdown 

200.56 On Switching Inductive Loads With Power Transistors 

660.22 The Computerized Use of Transient Thermal Resistance 
to Avoid Forward Biased Second Breakdown in 
Transistors 

2. Audio Amplifier Circuits 

90.59 Low Cost Audio for Line-Operated Radio, TV, Phono- 
graphs, Etc. 

90.78 Portable TV Sound System 

90.89 1 to 2 Watt Amplifier Circuits Requiring Minimum 
Components 

90.91 TV Audio Amplifier 

90.98 Monolithic Darlington Preamplifier 

90.99 Medium Power Amplifier Circuits 
90.100 High Power Audio Amplifier 

3. Receiving And Tuning Circuits 

90.76 Complementary Audio Outputs Make A High Perform- 
ance, Low Cost Audomobile Receiver 

90.81 TV Color Difference Amplifiers Using High Voltage 
Transistors 

90.82 Video Output Considerations Using a High Voltage 
Transistor 

90.86 Transistor Models for CACD 

90.87 A Four Transistor Line Operated Radio Receiver 

90.88 RGB Video Amplifiers for Color TV Offer High 
Performance 

90.97 Heatsink-Less RGB Amplifier for Color TV 

200.63 Complementary Vertical Deflection —Two Approaches 

200.64 Horizontal Deflection Under Normal And Arcing 
Conditions 

660.23 Using Improved Transistor Models in Computer-Aided 
Analysis of a RGB Video Amplifier 



4. Converters and Inverters 

90.75 Designing A 12- Volt DC to High Voltage DC Converter 
200.57 An Assortment of High Frequency, Transistor Inverters/ 

Converters Utilizing Saturating Core Transformers 
200.75 Optimizing Battery-Powered Transistor Inverter Design 
201.25 A High Input Voltage Converter 

5. Miscellaneous Transistor 

90.14 Tape Erase and Bias Oscillator 

90.90 A Practical R-C Tone Generator System for Electronic 

Organs 
92.4 Sound Effect Generator 

6. Rectifier Application Notes 

200.1 Characteristics of Common Rectifier Circuits 
200.30 Capacitor Input Filter Design with Silicon Rectifier 
Diodes (Revision) 



General Applications of Thyristors 
90.24 A Ring Counter For Driving Incandescent Bulbs 
90.58 Reversible Ring Counter Utilizing the Silicon Con- 
trolled Switch 
90.94 The Complementary SCR 
200.01 Semiconductor Application Information 
200.9 Power Semiconductor Ratings Under Transient and 

Intermittent Loads 
200.19 Using Low-Current SCR's (Revision) 
200.35 Using the Triac Control for AC Power (Revision) 
200.48 Flashers, Ring Counters and Chasers (Revision) 

200.54 Design of Triggering Circuits for Power SCR's 

200.55 Handling & Thermal Considerations for GE Plastic 
Power Devices 

200.78 Application of General Electric SubscreteTM Devices 
201.23 SCR-lgnitron Comparison 
Liquid Cooling of Power Thyristors 
Technological Trends in Power Semiconductors 
Significant for Electric Vehicle Controls 

Ratings & Applications of Power Thyristors for 
Resistance Welding 



171 



8. General Phase Control Circuits 

200.21 Three Phase SCR Firing Circuits for DC Power Supplies 

200.31 Phase Control of SCR's With Transformer And Other 
Inductive AC Loads 

200.33 Regulated Battery Chargers Using the Silicon Con- 
trolled Rectifier 

200.46 AC Voltage or Current Regulator Featuring Closed- 
Loop Feedback Control 

201 ' 6 ' Applications for C106 Economy SCR 
9—11 

201.12 500-Watt AC Line Voltage and Power Regulator 

201.14 Automatic Liquid Level Control 

201.18 High Voltage Power Supply for Low Current Applications 

9. Lighting Control 

200.18 Fluorescent Lamp Dimming With SCR's and Associated 

Semiconductors 
200.53 Solid State Incandescent Lighting Control 



10. Motor Control 

200.43 Solid State Control for DC Motors Provides Variable 
Speed With Synchronous-Motor Performance 

200.44 Speed Control for Shunt-Wound Motors 
200.47 Speed Control for Universal Motors 

201.16 Fan Motor Speed Control - "Hi-Intensity" Lamp 
Dimmer 



11. Temperature Control 

200.61 A Zero Voltage Switching Temperature Control 
200.70 Low Resistance Sensor - Zero Voltage Switching 
Temperature Control 
•671.12 Optimum Solid-State Control Parameters for Improved 
Performance of In-Space Electric Heating Systems 

12. SCR Inverter Circuits 

200.49 A Low Cost, Ultrasonic-Frequency Inverter Using A 
Single SCR 

660.14 Basic Magnetic Functions in Converters and Inverters 
Including New Soft Commutation 

660.15 SCR Inverter Commutated By An Auxiliary Impulse 

660.16 An SCR Inverter With Good Regulation & Sine-Wave 
Output 

671.21 Resonant Bridge Inverter 



201.28 Energy Dissipation in GE-MOVTM Varistors For Vari- 
ous Pulse Shapes 

660.21 Take the Guesswork Out of Fuse Selection 

660.24 Analysis and Design of Optimized Snubber Circuits for 
dv/dt Protection in Power Thyristor Applications 

660.28 Metal-Oxide Varistor: A New Way to Suppress Transients 

14. Optoelectronic Applications 

200.34 The Light Activated SCR 

200.59 How to Evaluate Light Emitters & Optical Systems for 
Light Sensitive Silicon Devices 
How to Use the Plastic Photodarlington Transistor 
High Performance Circuits Using the Plastic Photo- 
darlington 



13. Protection of Power Semiconductors 

200.10 Overcurrent Protection of Semiconductor Rectifiers 
200.60 GE-MOVTM Varistors — Voltage Transient Suppressors 
200.71 Using GE-MOVTM Varistors for Voltage Suppression 

Due to Switching Inductive Load 
200.73 Testing GE-MOVTM Varistors 

200.77 Detecting and Suppressing Nanosecond Wide Spikes 
With GE-MOVTM Varistors 



200.67 
200.68 



Transistor Characteristics and 



15. Unijunction Applications 

90.10 The Unijunction 

Applications 
90.16 Silicon Controlled Switches 
90.57 Using the Silicon Bilateral/Unilateral Switch 
90.68 The Silicon Unilateral Switch Provides Stable, Economi- 
cal Frequency Division 
90.70 The 2N6027 - A Programmable Unijunction Transistor 
90.72 Complementary Unijunction Transistors 
90.93 Optimizing PUT Oscillator and Timer Designs 

671.13 Innovation for Circuit Simplification 

16. Tunnel Diode Applications 

90.32 Tunnel Diodes as Amplifiers and Switches 

90.43 A Tunnel Diode R.F. Radiation Detector 

90.44 Practical Tunnel Diode Converter Circuit Considerations 

90.45 Tunnel Diode Sinewave Oscillators 

90.66 Applications for the 1N3712 Series Tunnel Diodes 

17. Test Circuits 

201.3 Portable SCR and Silicon Rectifier Tester 
201.27 DIAC Test Circuit 

18. Reliability 

95.10 A Report On The Reliability of General Electric Uni- 
junction Transistor Types, etc. — dated material 

95.14 Unijunction Transistor Types 2N2646, 2N2647 

95.29 Improved Triac Reliability Through Power-GlasTM 

95.31 Reliability of Double Heatsink Diodes 

95.37 GE Unijunction Transistor Reliability 

95.39 Guide to Designing for Reliability in Power Semicon- 
ductor Device Applications 

95.43 Semiconductor Reliability Report 

95.44 Reliability of General Electric GE-MOVTM Varistors 

95.45 Plastic Encapsulated Signal and Power Transistor 
Reliability 

95.46 General Electric Meta-BondTM Diodes 

671.14 What the Reliability of Plastic Encapsulated Devices 
Means To You 



172 



MAJOR GENERAL ELECTRIC SEMICONDUCTOR COMPONENTS 



NAME OF 
DEVICE 



CIRCUIT 
SYMBOL 



Oplo Coupler 
I ) Transistor 

(HI1A, Hi 5 A) 
:i) Darlington 

(HllH.HJTilJ) 
Outputs 



Op to (.'uupkT 
St'H Output 

(HIU'I 



AC Input 
Opto C"upli.r 
(IU1AA) 



Silicon 
Controlled 
Rectifier 
(SCR) 







Wt 



COMMONLY USED 
JUNCTION 
SCHEMATIC 



ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 




rfa 



Complementary 

Silicon 

Controlled 

Rectifier 

(CSCR) 



Light 
Activated 
SCR* 
1&,L9 



Silicon 
Controlled 
Switch* 
(SCS) 



HD 



ga: 



ANODE 

I 



^7 



ANODE GATE 



Output characteristics are 
identical to a normal 
transistor/Darlington excepi 
that the LED current (I,. ) 
replaces the base drive (I„ ), 




With Anode voltage (+) the 
SCR can be triggered with a 
forward LED current, (Char- 
acteristics identical to a 
normal SCR except that LED 
current (1,. ) replaces gate 
trigger current - l, ; , ). 



Identical to a "standard" 
transistor coupler except 
that LED current can be of 
either polarity. 



v ANOOE (-) 



L 



V ANODE <+ > 



With anode voltage 
< + ), SCR can be 
triggered by 1^, 
remaining in conduction 
until anode I is reduced 
to zero 



MAJOR 
APPLICATIONS 



Isolated interlacing of 
logic systems with other 
logic systems, power 
semiconductors and 
electro-mechanical devices. 
Solid state relays. 



Isolated interfacing of 
logic systems with AC 
power switching func- 
tions. Replacement of 
relays; micro-switches. 



Telecommunications — 
ring signal detection. 
monitoring line usage. 
Polarity insensitive solid 
state relay. Zero voltage 
detector. 



% 



\m 



H CATHODE 



ANODE 
I 



CATHODE ylj* ' I 



ANODE 

I 

V AC (-) 


L,_ 


f 


V AC (+) 



Polarity complement 
to SCR 



v AWODE (-1 



L 



r 



Yanode (+1 



Operates similar to 
SCR, except can 
also bo triggered 
into conduction by 
light falling on 
junctions 



YANODE 



JL 



Silicon 
Unilateral 
Switch 
(SUS) 



Silicon 
Bilateral 
Switch 
(SBS) 



Diac 
Trigger 



^ 



JS> 








GATE ANODE 2 




\d\jj 



GATE ANODE 1 



Yanode (-> 



Operates similar to 
SCR except can also 
be triggered on by a 
negative signal on 
anode -gate. Also 
several other 
specialized modes 
of operation 



1 ANODE (+) 



( 



LJU 



Similar to SCS but 
zener added to 
anode gate to trigger 
device into con- 
duction at *\» 8 
volts. Can also be 
triggered by negative 
pulse at gate lead. 



1 ANODE 2 



.L 



v ANO0E 2W 



Symmetrical 
bilateral version of 
the SUS. Breaks 
down in both 
directions as SUS 
does in forward. 



v ANODE2(-) 



£ 



L 



Yanode 2(+) 



Operates similar 
to SCR except can 
be triggered into 
conduction in either 
direction by ( + ) or ( -) 
gate signal 




When voltage 
reaches trigger 
level (about 35 „ 
volts), abruptly 
switches down 
about 10 volts. 



173 



Power switching 
Phase control 



Choppers 



Ring counters 
Low speed logic 
Lamp driver 



Relay Replace- 
ment 

Position controls 

Photoelectric 
applications 

Slave flashes 



Logic applications 
Counters 
Nixie drivers 
Lamp drivers 



Switching Circuits 
Counters 
SCR Trigger 
Oscillator 



Switching Circuits 
Counters 
TRIAC Phase 
Control 



AC switching 
Phase control 
Relay replacement 



Triac and 
SCR trigger 

Oscillator 



MAJOR GENERAL ELECTRIC SEMICONDUCTOR COMPONENTS 



NAME OF 
DKVICE 



CE-MOV 
Varislor 



® 



Back 
Diode 



n-|)-n 
l'l'ansisto 



Transistor 



Unijunction 
Transistor 
(UJT) 



CIRCUIT 
SYMBOL 




I ANODE 
CATHODE 



COMMONLY USED 
JUNCTION 
SCHEMATIC 



ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 




| CATHODE 



_L 



T 



1 



When exposed to high energy 
transients, the varistor im- 
pedance changes from a high 
standby value to a very low 
conducting value, thus clamp- 
ing the transient voltage to a 
sale level. 



MAJOR 
APPLICATIONS 



Voltage transient 
protection 



High voltage sensing 
Regulation 



anode II, 
v ANO0E (-) 




Conducts easily in 
one direction, blocks 
in the other 



v ANO0E M 



Rectification 
Blocking 
Detecting 
Steering 



POSITIVE 
ELECTRODE 

$) 

NEGATIVE 
ELECTRODE 







CATHODE 



COLLECTOR 



"-"% 



COLLECTOR 




BASE 



POSITIVE 
ELECTRODE 



NEGATIVE 
ELECTRODE 



COLLECTOR 



COLLECTOR 




Displays negative 
resistance when 
current exceeds 
peak point current 1^ 




Similar characteristics 
to conventional diode 
except very low forward 
voltage, drop 



v ANODE W 



UHF converter 

Logic circuits 

Microwave 
circuits 

Level sensing 



Microwave 
mixers and 
low power 
oscillators 




Constant collector 
current for given 
base drive 



v COLLECTOR (+) 



Collector h o 



IB I EMITTER 



Complementary 
Unijunction 
Transistor 
(CUJT) 



Programmable 
Unijunction 
Transistor 
(PUT) 



c BASE : 




GATE 

CATHODE 



X 



<D 





Complement to 
n-p-n transistor 



1 COLLECTOR (-) 




Unijunction emitter 
blocks until its 
voltage reaches V ; 
then conducts 



Amplification 

Switching 

Oscillation 



Amplification 

Switching 

Oscillation 




Functional comple- 
ment to UJT 



Pholo 
Transistor 




B * EMITTER 



COLLECTOR 



^-A fcJ c Pro & r 

T j^* resist 

Uaa^ww i D , i v 




Programmed by two 
stors for V pf 
Function 
equivalent to 
normal UJT. 



Vac 



Interval timing 
Oscillation 
Level Detector 
SCR Trigger 



High stability 
timers 

Oscillators and 
level detectors 



Low cost timers 
and oscillators 

Long period timer 

SCR trigger 

Level detector 



I COLLECTOR 



Incident light acts 
as base current of 
the photo transistor 



V C E 



Tape readers 
Card readers 
Position sensor 
Tachometers 



174 



GENERAL ELECTRIC 
ALABAMA 

Huntsville 35801 

3322 S. Memorial Pkwy. 

Suite 4 

Area Code: 205 

883-9220 

ARIZONA 

Phoenix 85016 
5320 North 1 6th St. 
Area Code: 602 
264-1 751 

CALIFORNIA 

Los Angeles 90064 
11840 W. Olympic Blvd. 
Area Code: 213 
479-7763 

Palo Alto 94304 

1801 Page Mill Rd. 

Suite 223 

Area Code: 415 

493-2600 

COLORADO 

Denver 80201 

201 University Blvd. 

Mailing Address: 

P.O. Box 2331, 80201 

Area Code: 303 

320-3031 

CONNECTICUT 

Bridgeport 06602 
1 285 Boston Ave. 
Building 28-CE 
Area Code: 203 
334-1012 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

(Washington) 
Falls Church, Va. 22043 
7777 Leesburg Pike 
Area Code: 703 
790-1 700 



WORLDWIDE ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS SALES OFFICES 



2/77 



FLORIDA 

North Palm Beach 33408 

321 Northlake Blvd. 

Suite 101 

Area Code: 305 

844-5202 



AFRICA 

S.A. General Electric (Pty) Ltd. 

P.O. Box 24 

Maitland 7405 

R.S.A. 

Tel: 511251 

S.A. General Electric Ltd. 
P.O. Box 1482 
Capetown, R.S.A. 
Tel: 51-1251 

AUSTRALIA 

Australian General Electric Ltd 
86-90 Bay St. 
Ultimo, N.S.W., 2007 
Tel: 212-3711 

AUSTRIA 

General Electric Technical 
Service Company, Inc. 
East Central Europe Liaison 
Peter Jordan Strasse 99 
A-1180 Vienna, Austria 

BELGIUM 

General Electric Company (USA) 
Chaussee De La Hulpe 150 
B-1170 Brussels 
Tel: 660 20 10 



ILLINOIS 

Chicago 60641 

3800 N. Milwaukee Ave. 

Area Code: 312 

777-1600 

INDIANA 

Ft. Wayne 46805 
2109 E. State Blvd. 
Area Code: 219 
482-4557 

Indianapolis 46208 
3750 N. Meridian St. 
Area Code: 317 
923-7221 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Wellesley 02181 
1 Washington St. 
Area Code: 617 
237-2050 

MICHIGAN 

Southfield 48075 
24681 Northwestern 
Area Code: 313 
355-3552 

MINNESOTA 

Minneapolis 55435 
4900 Viking Dr. 
Room 108 
Area Code: 612 
835-2550 



MISSOURI 

Kansas City 64105 
911 Main St. 
Suite 518 
Area Code: 816 
221 -4033 

St. Louis 631 32 
1530 Fairview St. 
Area Code: 314 
429-6941 

NEW JERSEY 

Fairfield 07006 
420 Route 46 
Area Code: 201 
227-6050 



CANADA 

Canadian General Electric Co. 
189 Dufferin St. 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Area Code: 416 
Tel: 537-4481 

ENGLAND 

International General Electric 
Company of New York, Ltd. 
Park Lome, 
111 Park Rd. 
London NW87 JL 
Tel: 01-402-4100 



NEW YORK 

Albany 12205 

11 Computer Dr., W. 

Area Code: 518 

458-7755 

New York City — call: 
Jericho 11753 
400 Jericho Tnpk. 
Area Code: 516 
681-0900 

Rochester 14623 
3000 Winton Rd., S. 
Area Code: 716 
461-5400 

Syracuse 1 3201 
Bldg. 1, Room 227 
Electronics Pk. 
Area Code: 315 
456-2196 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Greensboro 27408 
1828 Banking St. 
P.O. Box 9476 
Area Code: 919 
273-6981 

OHIO 

Cleveland 44132 
26250 Euclid Ave. 
Area Code: 216 
266-2900 
Dayton 45439 
3430 S. Dixie Highway 
Mailing Address: 
P.O. Box 2143 
Kettering Branch 45429 
Area Code: 513 
298-031 1 

OKLAHOMA 

Oklahoma City 73112 
3022 Northwest Expressway 
May-Ex Building 
Room 412 
Area Code: 405 
943-9015 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Erie 1 6531 
Building 63-2 
1100 Lawrence Pkwy. 
Area Code: 814 
455-5466 



FRANCE 



General Electric Technical Service 

Company Inc., France 
42 Avenue Montaigne 
Paris-8 e 
Tel: 225-52-32 

GERMANY 

General Electric Germany 

Postfach 2963 

Eschersheimer Landstrasse 60-62 

6000 Frankfurt/Ma 1 

Tel: (06111-15641 



175 



INDIA 

Elpro International Ltd. 
Producer Goods Dept. 
Nirmal, 17th Floor 
Nariman Point, Bombay 400 021 
Tel: 292471 

IRELAND 

Electronic Trading Co. 

The Demesne 

County Louth 

Dundalk 

Tel: (042) 32371 

ITALY 

Compagnia Generale Di 

Elettricita S.P.A. 
Via Pergolesi 25 
20124 Milan 
Tel: 202808-203208 

JAPAN 

General Electric Japan, Ltd. 
Tonichi Bldg., 5th Floor 
2-31, Roppongi, 6-Chome, 
Minato-Ku 
Tokyo, 106 Japan 
Tel: 03-405-2920 



(Philadelphia) 

Wayne 19087 

999 Old Eagle School Rd. 

Area Code: 215 

962-1 500 

Pittsburgh 15220 
3 Parkway Center 
Room 304 
Area Code: 412 
921-4134 

TEXAS 

Dallas 75240 
6530 LBJ Freeway 
Suite 119-B 
Area Code: 214 
661-8582 

Houston 77036 

7011 S.W. Freeway 

Suite 106 

Area Code: 71 3 

777-3443 

VIRGINIA 

Waynesboro 22980 
Suites 19 and 20 
Skyline Motor Court 
Rt. 250 East 
Area Code: 703 
943-1151 

Portsmouth 23707 
808 Loudon Ave. 
Area Code: 804 
397-8752 

WASHINGTON 

Seattle 98188 

1 12 Andover Park, E. 

P.O. Box 88850,98188 

Area Code: 206 

575-2866 

WISCONSIN 

Milwaukee 53202 
615 E. Michigan St. 
Area Code: 414 
271-5000 



MEXICO 

General Electric De Mexico, S.A. 
Apartado 53-983 
Marina Nacional No. 365 
Mexico 17 D.F. 
Tel: 545-63-60 

SINGAPORE 

General Electric (USA) Asia Co. 
Cathay Building, Suite 104 
Orchard Road 
Singapore, 9 

SPAIN 

International General Electric 
Company of Spain, S.A. 
Edificio Espana Apartado 700 
Avenida Jose Antonio 88 
Madrid 
Tel: 247.16.05 

SWEDEN 

International General Electric AB 

Fack, Tritonvagen 27 

17120 Solna 

Sweden 

Tel: 081 730 07 40 

VENEZUELA 

General Electric De Venezuela S.A. 
Sabana Grande- 
Caracas 



Silicon 

Rectifier 



I 1N248-50.A.B 1 



10A & 20A Types 



These stud mounted diffused junction silicon rectifiers are designed for all rectifier applications in 
the 10 to 20 ampere range. A high junction temperature rating and an extremely low forward 
voltage drop and thermal impedance permit high current operation with minimum space require- 
ments^ These rectifiers may be mounted directly to a chassis or a fin or may be electrically in- 
sulated from the heat sink by using the mica washer insulating kit 




General Electric research advanced development and product design have resulted in a highly efficient rectifying junction. This 
feature plus a mechanical design employing high temperature hard solders and welds for all internal and external joints and 
seals, which eliminates common sources of thermal fatigue failure, has produced a silicon rectifier with outstanding reliability 
under all operating conditions. ^ 



electrical ratings and specifications <«> 



CPS, Resistive or Inductive Load) 



Max. Allow. Peak 

Reverse Voltage (Repetitive, 
— 65°Cto+175°C)* 

Max. Allow. Peak Reverse Voltage 
(Repetitive at 25°C)* 

Max. Allow. RMS Voltage 

Max. Allow. DC Blocking Voltagef 

Max. Allow. Forward Current 
(Single Phase or Three Phase 
150°C stud temp.) 

Peak Recurrent Forward Current 

Max. Allow. Peak One-Cycle 
Surge Current 

Max. Full Load Voltage Drop 
(Tj = 25°C) 
At25A 
At50A 

Max. Leakage Current at Full Load 
(Single Phase, Full Cycle Aver- 
age, 150°C stud temp.) 

Junction Operating and Storage 
Temp. Range 

Maximum Stud Torque 



1N248 1N249 1N250 1N248A 1N249A 1N250A 1N248B 1N249B* 1N250B* 



50 

50 
35 
50 



100 200 



100 

70 

100 



200 
140 
200 



— 10 Amp DC- 
* 45 Amp — ! 

-*200 Amp-H 
— *-1.5 Volts— i 



50 

50 
35 
50 



100 

100 

70 

100 



200 

200 
140 
200 



-20 Amp DC- 

— 90 Amp — 

— 350 Amp — 



■ 1.5 Volts 



■ 5 milliamp 



30 inch-pounds. 



-65°Cto+175°C 



50 

55 
35 
50 



100 

110 

70 

100 



200 Volts 

220 Volts 

140 Volts 

200 Volts 



-20 Amp DC- 

— 90 Amp — 

- 350 Amp — 



I 



-1.5 Volts- 



•Maximum voltages apply with a heat sink thermal resistance of 12°C/watt or less at maximum rated junction temperature. 
tMaximum voltages apply with a heat sink thermal resistance of 5°C/watt or less at maximum rated junction temperature. 



201 



1N248-50, A, B 



OUTLINE DRAWING 



INSULATING 

HARDWARE 

KIT* 



DIRECTION OF EASY CONVENTIONAL 
CURRENT FLOW 



420 



NOTE 1: Unit weight— .5 oz. 

NOTE 2: Mica washer in mounting kit may 

add approx 2.5°C/wart thermal resistance 

stud to heatsink. 

Complies with EIA registered outline DO-5 

•-Available upon request 




111 

uj 400 
£ 300 
1 200 

H 100 

1 50 
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TYPICAL INSTANTANEOUS 
FORWARO VOLTAGE DROP 











































































.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 

INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD 
VOLTAGE DROP-VOLTS 
TYPICAL FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS 



14 



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IN248 
N24B4 
N248E 






IN249 
N249J 
N249C 


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in: 

- IN2 
IN2 


50^. 
50A - 
SOB 




t s 


^y 




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X 






























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-^i 


■^ 00 NOT USE CURVES BEYOND 

VOLTS FOR IN24S, IN24SA AND IN248B 










10 
20 


VOLTS FOR IN249, IN249A AN 

VOLTS FOR IN250, IN2S0A AN 

1 1 1 1 


) IN24 
) IN2S 


9B 
OB 






JU 


MAXIMUM LEAKAGE CURRENT 
NOTION TEMPERATURE: -65"C T0«I7S*C 































SO 100 ISO 200 250 

INSTANTANEOUS REVERSE VOLTAGE - VOLTS 

2. REVERSE CHARACTERISTICS 



120 
110 
100 



































































-SING 
OR Tt 


LE PH 
(REEP 


»SE 
HASE 










































SIX P 


HASE 










HAXIMU 


M ALL 


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3 














FUNCTION OF FORWARD 
CURRENT FOR 1N248A. 


















N249B 


, IN2SI 


)B 











































10 15 20 

AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT - AMPERES 



4. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE STUD TEMPERATURE 
1N248A, 1N249A, 1N250A 
1N248B, 1N249B, 1N250B 



^ 


---. 
























X 


^ 


•\ 






















\ 


"- 


N 


_ — SINGLE PHASE 
OR THREE PHASE 




















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MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE 
















\ 


AS A FUNCTION Of 
FORWARD CURRENT 
FOR INZ48.INZ49.IN290. 












— SIX \ 

PHASE ^ 


V 




















L_ 




x 




















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\ 










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AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT-AMPERES 



3. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE STUD TEMPERATURE 
1N248, 1N249, 1N250 





























MAXIMU 


M ALLOWA 
CURRENT 
AD C0NDI1 


9LE 
AT - 
IONS 












RATED LC 




— IN248 
IN249 
IN250 








— IN24SA, 
IN249A, 
IN250A, 


IN248B 
IN249B 
IN 2 SOB 





















































CYCLES AT SO CPS 



5. SURGE RATING 



202 



Silicon 

Rectifier 

20 A Types 



1N248C-50C 



1N1195A-98A 



These stud mounted diffused junction silicon rectifiers are designed for all rectifier applica- 
tions in the 20 ampere range. A high junction temperature rating and an extremely low 
forward voltage drop and thermal impedance permit high current operation with min- 
unum space requirements. These rectifiers may be mounted directly to a chassis or a 
fin or may be electrically insulated from the heat sink by using the mica washer insulating 

General Electric research, advanced development and product design have resulted in a 
highly efficient rectifying junction. This feature, plus a mechanical design employing 
high temperature hard solders and welds for all internal and external joints and seals 
which eliminates common sources of thermal fatigue failure, has produced a silicon rec- 
tifier with outstanding reliability under all operating conditions. 




electrical ratings and specifications 



(60 cps, Resistive or Inductive Load) 



55 
39 

50 



Max. Allow. Peak Reverse 
Voltage (Repetitive)* 

Max. Allow. RMS Voltage 

Max. Allow. DC Blocking 
Voltage** 

Max. Allow. Forward 
Current (Single Phase or 
Three Phase -150°C 
stud temp.) 

Peak Recurrent Forward 
Current 

Max. Allow. Peak One-Cycle 

Surge Current ^ 

Max. Full Load Voltage 
Drop (Full Cycle Average 
when operated at Max. I nr 
and PRV) <£ 

Max. Leakage Current at 
Full Load (Single Phase, 
Full Cycle Average, 
150°C stud temp.) 3.8 

Junction Operating and 

Storage Temp. Range < 

Maximum Stud Torque 



1N248C 1N249C 1N250C 1N1195A 1N1196A 1N1197A 1N1198A 



110 

77 

100 



220 
154 

200 



3.6 



3.4 



300 
212 

300 



400 
284 

400 



20 Amp DC 

- 90 Amp - 

- 350 Amp - 



— 0.6 Volts 



3.2 2.5 

-65°Cto +175°C 



30 inch-pounds. 



500 
355 

500 



600 
424 



2.2 



1.5 



Volts 
Volts 



600 Volts 






I 



-> 



-> 



ma. 



~> 



TempZlZrl° ltaeeS 3PPly WHh * he&t Sink thermal resistance of WC/watt or less at maximum rated junction 
**tempe I rat I urr ltageS 3PPly ^ * h6&t Sink thermal resistance of 5°C/watt or less at maximum rated junction 



203 



1N248C-50C 



1N1195A-98A 



OUTLINE DRAWING 



DIRECTION OF EASY CONVENTIONAL 
CURRENT FLOW 




I 




.5 I.0 I.S 20 2.5 

INSTANTANEOUS FORWARO VOLTAGE DROP- VOLTS 



I. TYPICAL FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS 





























































































SIN 
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LE PH 
HREEP 


VSE 

>HASE 
















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AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT- AMPERES 



III. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE STUD TEMPERATURE 



NOTES'- (I)UNIT WEIGHT-. 5 OZ. 

(2) MICA WASHER IN MOUNTING KIT MAY ADD APPROX 2.5 "C /WATT 
THERMAL RESISTANCE STUD TO HEATSINK 



^AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. 



COMPLIES WITH 
EIA REGISTERED OUTLINE DO-5 



IO 






I 
MAXIMUM 


I I 
LEAKAGE CURRENT 








JUNCTION TEMPERATURE 25"C TO 


I75-U 


B 


IN24 


8C 
IN249C 














I 


f 




INII95A 








b 










INII96A 
















y 


INII97A 


















INII98A 


















2 
















\ 

















200 300 400 500 

INSTANTANEOUS INVERSE VOLTAGE-VOLTS 

II. REVERSE CHARACTERISTICS 



600 





























MAXIMU 
SURGE 


M ALLOW* 
: CURRENT 
»D CONDI - 


BLE 
AT _ 
riONS 












RATED LC 



































































4 6 8 IO 20 

CYCLES AT 60 CPS 

IV. SURGE RATING 



204 



Silicon 

Diodes 



This family of General Electric silicon signal 
diodes are very high speed switching diodes for 
computer circuits and general purpose applica- 
tions. These diodes incorporate an oxide passi- 
vated planar structure. This structure makes 
possible a diode having high conductance, fast 
recovery time, low leakage, and low capacitance 
combined with improved uniformity and relia- 
bility. These diodes are contained in two different 
packages; double heat sink miniature package, 
and milli-heat sink package. 
They are electrically the same as their 
equivalent types in each of the two different 
packages (see page two for groupings of elec- 
trically equivalent types in each of the two 
packages) . 




1N914,A,B 



1N916,A,B 



1N414M9 



1N4154 



1N4446-49 



1N4531 



1N4536 



PLANAR EPITAXIAL PASSIVATED 

with Controlled Conductance 



MIU.I-HEATSINK DIODE (MHD) 
1N4531, 1N4536 




032±002 DIA 

CATHODE END 

NOTE 



ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES 



Dissipation: 500mW @ 25°C free air 
Derate: 2.85mW/°C for temp, above 25°C 
amb. based on max. Tj = 200°C 



DOUBLE HEATSINK DIODE (DHD) 

1N914,A,B; 1N916.A.B* 

1N41 48,49,54; 1N4446-49 



0022 
0018 

1 



302 DIA ' J 

:athode end-^ 



V^ 060 



i.002 DIA- 
CATHODE END- 
NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES 



T~ 
075 
060 

i_ 



Dissipation: SOOmW @ 25°C free air 
Derate: 2.85mW/°C for temp, above 25°C 
amb. based on max. Tj = 200°C 



I 



FEATURES 


1HS14 

1N914A 

1N914B 


1N4148 
1N4446 
1M4448 
1M4531 


1N91B 

1N916A 

1N916B 


1N4149 
1N444T 
1N4449 


1N453S 
1N4154 


Reverse Recovery Time of 2 nanoseconds maximum 










• 


Reverse Recovery Time of 4 nanoseconds maximum 


• 


• 


• 


• 




Capacitance of 2 pF maximum 






• 


• 




Capacitance of 4 pF maximum 


• 


• 






• 


Power Dissipation to 500 mW 




• 




• 


• 


Power Dissipation to 250 mW 












Meets all MIL-S-19500C requirements 


• 


• 


• 


• 


• 



HEATSINK 
SPACING 
FROM END 
OF DIODE 
BODY 


STEADY 
STATE 
THERMAL 
RESISTANCE 
X/mW 
(NOTE 1) 


POWER 
DISSIPATION 
AT25 - CmW 

(NOTE 2) 


MHD 




DHD 


MHD 




DHD 


.062" 


.230 




.250 


760 




700 


.250" 


.319 




.319 


550 




550 


.500" 


.438 




.438 


400 




400 



NOTE 1 See Figure 7 for thermal resist- 
ance for short pulses. 

NOTE 2 This power rating is based on a 
maximum junction temperature of 
200°C. 



Figure 1 



205 



1N914, A, B 


1N4154 


1ISI4536 


1N916, A, B 


1IM 4446-49 




1N4148, 49 


1N4531 





absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 

MHD & DHD 

75 



150 

450 

200 

2000 



Voltage 

Reverse 
Current 

Average Rectified 

Recurrent Peak Forward 

Forward Steady-State DC 

Peak Forward Surge (Vsec. pulse) 
Power 

Dissipation 
Temperature 

Operating * 

Storage < 

electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



MHD & DHD 

25 Volts 



500 



150 

450 

200 

2000 

500 



-65 to +200- 
-65 to +200- 



mA 
mA 
mA 
mA 

mW 

°C 
°C 



Type 


Minimum 

Breakdown 

Voltage 

@ IOOjuA 


Forward 
Voltage 


Maximum Reverse 
Current, Ik 


Co"' 


t„ (2) 


Vt (» 


If 


Vf 


20V 75V 


25°C 


150°C 


25°C 


Volts 


m A 


V 


nA 


A.A 


ma 


pF 


ns 


V 


1N914 

1N4148 

1N4S31 


100 


10 


1.0 


25 


50 


5 


4 


4 




1N914A 
1 N4446 


100 


20 


1.0 


25 


50 


5 


4 


4 




1N914B 
1 N4448 


100 


\ 5 
} 100 


0.62-0.72 I 
1.0 ( 


25 (4) 


50 


5 


4 


4 


2.5 


1N916 
1N4149 


100 


10 


1.0 


25 


50 


5 


2 


4 




1N916A 
1 N4447 


100 


20 


1.0 


25 


50 


5 


2 


4 




1N916B 
1 N4449 


100 


) 30 


0.63-0.73 / 
1.0 , 


25 


50 


5 


2 


4 


2.5 


1N4154 
1 N4536 


35 @ 5/j.A 


30 


1.0 


100 
@ 25V 


100 
(a) 25V 




4 


2 





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*Except as noted. 

NOTES (1) Maximum Capacitance is measured on Boonton model 75A capacitance bridge at a signal level of 50 mV at 
Vr = 

(2) Maximum Reverse Recovery Time, It = 10mA, Vr = — 6V, R L = lOOfi, Recovery to 1.0mA (Figure 6) 

(3) Maximum Forward Recovery Voltage, —50mA peak square wave, 0.1 Msec, pulse width, 5 to 100 kHz repeti- 
tion rate, generator rise time (t r ) — 30nsec. 

(4) Also 3 M A at 20 V at 100°C 



80 
60 

40 

20 

10 

8 

6 

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MEASURED 25 + 3jU.SEC 
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IN9I6.A.B 


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6 
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IN 


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IN 


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4149 




















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Figure 2 



REVERSE VOLTAGE - Vdc 

Figure 3 



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400 














200 

100 
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1IM4154 


1N4536 


1N916,A,3 


1N 4446-49 




1IM4148, 49 


1IM4531 





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2.3 
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Figure 5 




TEKTRONIX 

TYPE 110 OR III 

PULSE 

GENERATOR 

RISE TIME 

S.5NS 



TEKTRONIX 

TYPE N 

SAMPLING PLUG 

IN UNIT 

RISE TIME 

S.6NS 




















MAXIMUM TRANSIENT 
THERMAL RESISTANCE 
(HEATSINK SPACING 0.25 








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Figure 6 

3.0 



2.0 



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DURATION OF PEAK SQUARE WAVE 
FORWARD POWER PULSE -SECONDS 



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1N916, A, B 



1N4148, 49 



1N4154 



1N446-49 



1N4531 



1N4536 



I I I I I 

TYPICAL VARIATION OF EFFECTIVE 
LIFETIME IT) WITH FORWARD 




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50mA, 


40mA 
30mA 




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Figure 9 Figure 10 

ESTIMATION OF REVERSE RECOVERY TIME UNDER VARIOUS DRIVE CONDITIONS 

The reverse recovery time of a silicon signal 
diode has been shown* to be determined by 
a quantity called the effective lifetime, t, and 
the ratio of forward and reverse current. 
The exact equations expressing times t„ and 
t b (as denned in the sketch at right) are 
somewhat inconvenient for numerical evalu- 
tion, but in many cases an estimation of 
response time is sufficient. Figure 10 is a 
graphical solution to the response time equa- 
tions and its use can best be illustrated by 
the following example : 

FIND: Recovery time to 5 mA reverse current when the forward current is 25 mA and the 
maximum reverse current is 20 mA. 

SOLUTION: Enter the left side of Figure 10 at In/It = 20/25 = 0.8 and follow horizontally until the 
t„ vs. Wit line is reached (see dotted line) . From the t/r scale of the horizontal axis, it 
is seen that t. is 0.28t. The t b portion of the recovery curve is estimated by moving 
downward parallel to the general contour lines until the Wit = 5/25 = 0.2 line is 
reached. The total switching time is thus 0.46t. The delay time, t b , is 0.46t— 0.28t or 0.18r. 

The value of t on the spec sheet should be corrected for current level. Figure 9 shows the typical variation of 

effective lifetime with forward current. Since the current level of the example is 25 mA, the maximum effective 

lifetime is approximately (6.8) (1.35) or 9.3 nsec, therefore: 
t. s= (9.3) (.28) « 2.6 nsec. maximum 
U =» (9.3) (.18) =» 1.7 nsec. maximum 

Total reverse recovery time <= 4.3 nsec. maximum 

Additional information on this method of diode recovery time calculation is contained in a paper entitled 

"Predicting Reverse Recovery Time of High Speed Semiconductor Junction Diodes" by C. H. Chen, (Publication 

#90.36) available on request. 



*Ko, W. H., "The Reverse Transient Behavior of Semiconductor Junction Diodes," IRE Trans. ED-8, March 
1961, pp. 123-131. 



208 



Silicon 

Rectifier 



1N1183-90 



1N3765-68 



1N5332 



These diffused junction rectifiers are intended to be applied under the most 
stringent Military environment. The glass seal is specially designed to give a 
reasonable creepage distance at voltages through 1200 volts. The all hard-solder 
construction used in the assembly of these devices will promote long thermal 
fatigue free life even under cyclic load conditions. 



Features: • New High Voltage Up To 1200V 

• Thermal Fatigue Free — Uses Hard-Solders 

• Popular JEDEC DO-5 Outline 

• Ratings up to 200°C Junction Temperature 

• Available in Reverse Polarity 

ratings & Specifications (60cps, Resistive or Inductive Load) 




* Maximum Allowable Repet- 

itive and Working Peak 
Reverse Voltage, V SM (rep) 
&V„m (wkg.) 1 

Maximum Allowable RMS 
Voltage, V r 

*Maximum Allowable DC 
Blocking Voltage, V H 2 

*Maximum Allowable Aver- 
age Forward Current (180° 
conduction angle, 60 cps, 
half sine wave current at 
T c = 140°C), I 

*Maximum Allowable Peak 
One Cycle Surge Current 
(non-recurrent) ,I F m (surge) 

Ft Rating (for t greater than 
.001 sec. and less than .0083 
sec, non-recurrent) 

*Maximum Peak Forward 
Voltage Drop (I n = 35 Adc 
atTc = 140°C), Vfuv) 

* Maximum Average Reverse 

Current (Io = 35 Adc at 
T c = 140°C),I e< av> 

Maximum Effective Thermal 
Resistance Junction to 
Case, Rue 

Junction Operating & Stor- 
age Temperature Range, Tj 
& T.„ 

Stud Torque 



1N1183 1N1184 1N1185 1N1186 1N1187 1N1188 1N1189 1N1190 1N3765 IN3766 1N3767 1N3768 1N5332 



50 


100 


150 


200 


300 


400 


500 


600 


700 


800 


900 


1000 


1200 


volts 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


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* 


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35.5 


71 


106 


142 


212 


284 


355 


424 


495 


565 


635 


710 


852 


volts 


40 


80 


120 


160 


240 


320 


400 


480 


700 


800 


900 


1000 


1200 


volts 



. 35 Adc- 



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• 400 



500 (Amp RMS) 2 Sec min. value, See Chart 6 



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1.0 



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10 



1.0 



10 



1.0 



1.0 



1.0 



1.0 



1.0 



1.0 



Vdc 



mA 



°c/w 



-65° C to +200°C 



-30 inch pounds (35K e -cm) 



1 Maximum voltages apply with a heat sink thermal resistance of 10°C/w or less at maximum rated junction temperature. 
^Maximum voltages apply with a heat sink thermal resistance of 5°C/w or less at maximum rated junction temperature. 
NOTE : Case temperature is measured at the center of any one of the hex flats. 
•The asterisk denotes JEDEC (EIA) registered information. 



209 



1 Nil 83-90 


1N5332 


1N37 65-68 





OUTLINE DRAWING 

DO-5 



SYMBOL 


INCHES 


MILLIMETERS 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


A 




.450 




11.43 




b 




.375 




9.53 


2 


c 




.080 




2.03 




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16.94 




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.667 


.687 


16.94 


17.45 




F 


.115 


.200 


2.92 


5.08 




Fl 


.060 




1.52 






J 




1.000 




25.40 




1 


.156 




3.96 




4 


4>M 


.220 


.249 


5.59 


6.32 


1 


N 


.422 


.453 


10.72 


11.51 




*t 


.140 


.175 


356 


4.45 




W 










1,3 



TERM. I 




PLANE 



NOTES: 

I. COMPLETE THREADS TO EXTEND TO WITHIN 2-1/2 

THREADS OF SEATING PLANE. 
2. ANGULAR ORIENTATION OF TERMINAL IS UNDEFINED. 
3. 1/4-28 UNF- 2A. MAXIMUM PITCH DIAMETER OF PLATED 
THREADS SHALL BE BASIC PITCH DIAMETER (.2268", 5.74MM) 
REF. (SCREW THREAD STANDARDS FOR FEDERAL SERVICES 
1957) HANDBOOK H28 1957 PI. 

4. MINIMUM FLAT. 

EIA-NEMA STANDARD OUTLINE, NEMA SK-51 - EIA RS-241. 
INSULATING HARDWARE IS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. 

5. FOR REVERSE POLARITY TYPES ADD THE LETTER 
R, EXAMPLE; INII83R. 



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800 
600 

400 



200 

100 

80 

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0.6 

0.4 



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0.04 



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INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD VOLTAGE-VOLTS 



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INII87 
300 


INII88 
400 


INII89 
500 


INII90 
600 


IN3765 
700 


IN3766 
800 


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900 1000 








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1N3765-68 



IN 5332 



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200 



300 400 500 600 700 800 

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1000 



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2. TYPICAL REVERSE CHARACTERISTICS 
T., = 200°C FOR VARIOUS VOLTAGE GRADES 



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X 

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4. AVERAGE CURRENT RATING AS A FUNCTION OF 
CASE TEMPERATURE 



'F(AV) AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT- AMPERES 



3. AVERAGE FORWARD POWER 

AS A FUNCTION OF AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT 

Tj = 200°C 



^^<T AH 


183 TO IN 
D IN5332 


1190 




















































IN3765 TO 
IN3768 


















CURVE APPLIES FOLLOWING 
ANY RATED LOAD CONDITION 






















■ALL TYPES 
























































































































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SURGE CUH1ENT PULSE O 



6. NON-RECURRENT FORWARD CURRENT SURGE 
CURVE, SUBCYCLE 



NO. OF CYCLES AT 60 CPS 



5. NON-RECURRENT FORWARD CURRENT 
SURGE CURVE, MULTICYCLE 



211 



1N 11 83-90 



1N3765-68 



1N5332 



35 










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FREE CONVECTION COOLING — & 


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n: 


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NOTES (I) FIN EMISSIVITY > 90% 

(2) MIN FIN SPACING 0.7 INCHES 












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5 




(3) DIODE MOUNTED AT CENTER OF FIN 

m FIN MOUNTED VERTICALLY OR PARALLEL TO AIR STREAM 






^ 


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\ 


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T A AMBIENT TEMPERATURE--C 

7. CURRENT RATING FOR DEVICE MOUNTED ON 5"x5"x.050" COPPER FIN 



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8. CURRENT RATING FOR DEVICE MOUNTED ON 2Vi" x 2Vi" x .043" COPPER FIN 




D4 D6D8J .2 4 6 £ IO 2.0 4.0 SO J 

PEAK SQUARE WAVE POWER "ON 1 TIME-SECONDS 



9. TRANSIENT THERMAL IMPEDANCE, JUNCTION TO CASE 



212 



Silicon 

Rectifiers 



1N1195 SEE PAGE 203 



1N1199A-1N1206A 



1N1199RA-1N1206RA 

1N3670A-1N3673A 

1N5331 



These diffused junction rectifiers are designed specifically to provide high performance for appli- 
cations up to 22 amperes Average Forward Current in single-phase applications with repetitive 
peak reverse voltages of 50 through 1200 volts. High junction temperature rating plus low for- 
ward drop and thermal impedance permit high current operation with minimum space requirements. 

General Electric research, advance development and product design have resulted in a highly 
efficient rectifying junction. This feature, plus a mechanical design employing high-temperature 
hard solders and welds for all internal and external joints and seals, which eliminates common 
sources of thermal fatigue failure, have produced a silicon rectifier with outstanding reliability 
under all operating conditions. 

FEATURES: 

• High Voltage . Uses Hard Solders for Thermal Fatigue Protection 

• Ratings up to 200° C Junction Temperature • Transient Voltage Ratings 200 Volts 

• Popular DO-4 Outline Above PRV Ratings 

MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE RATINGS 














Full-Load Reverse 


Types 


Repetitive Peak 
Reverse Voltage, 


RMS 


DC Blocking 


Non-Repetitive Peak 
Reverse Voltage, 


Current (full- 
cycle avg., 150°C 




Vjti>(rap)tl> 


Voltage 


Voltage 1 -' 


Vxu(non-rep) 


Tc, 1 0), Ir(AV> 


Veto* 


Volts* 


Vc*»* 


Volt*' 


MiNiamperes* 


1N1199A, RA 


50 


35 


50 


100 


3.0 


1N1200A, RA 


100 


70 


100 


200 


2.5 


1N1201A, RA 


150 


105 


150 


300 


2.25 


1N1202A, RA 


200 


140 


200 


350 


2.0 


1N1203A, RA 


300 


210 


300 


450 


1.75 


1N1204A,RA 


400 


280 


400 


600 


1.5 


1N1205A, RA 


500 


350 


500 


700 


1.25 


1N1206A, RA 


600 


420 


600 


800 


1.0 


1N3670A,RA 


700 


490 


700 


900 


0.9 


1N3671A, RA 


800 


560 


800 


1000 


0.8 


1N3672A, RA 


900 


650 


900 


1100 


0.7 


1N3673A, RA 


1000 


700 


1000 


1200 


0.6 


1N5331, R 


1200 




840 

■ 


1200 


1400 


0.5 



I 



Average Forward Current (Tc = 150°C, single-phase) 12 Amperes* 

Peak One-Cycle Surge Current (non-repetitive) , Ifm (surge) 240 Amperes* 

Minimum IH Rating (for times > .0008 sec. and 

< .0083 sec, non-recurrent) 60 Amperes seconds 

Maximum Full-Load Voltage Drop (Tc = 150 °C, single-phase, full-cycle avg.) 0.55 Volts* 

Maximum Thermal Resistance, ©j.c 2 5°C/Watt 

Storage and Operating Junction Temperature, Tj -65°C to +200°C* 

Stud Torque 12 LWn (Min)> 15 Lb _ in (Max) , 

14 Kg-cm (Min), 17.5 Kg-cm (Max)* 



NOTES: 



(1) Maximum voltages apply with a heatsink thermal resistance of 22°C/watt, or less, at maximum rated junction temperature. 

(2) Maximum voltages apply with a heatsink thermal resistance 7°C/watt, or less, at maximum rated junction temperature. 

(3) Case temperature, Tc, is measured at the center of any one of the hex flats. 

•Indicates values included in JEDEC Type Number Registration. 



213 



1N1199A-1N1206A 



1N1199RA-1N1206RA 



1N3670A-1N3673A 



1N5331 



300 
200 



100 



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3 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 
AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT- AMPERES 

2. FORWARD POWER AS A FUNCTION OF AVERAGE FORWARD 
CURRENT (Tj = +200°C) 



S 1.0 L5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 

INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD VOLTAGE - VOLTS 



1. MAXIMUM FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS 



I 



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AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT -AMPERES 



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DURATIOI 
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6 8 10 
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30 40 BO (O 



3. MAXIMUM CASE TEMPERATURE VS. AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT 



4. MAXIMUM SURGE CURRENT FOLLOWING RATED LOAD CONDITIONS 



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1N1199A-1N1206A 


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1IM3670A-1N3673A 


1N5331 




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5. SUBCYCLE SURGE FORWARD CURRENT AND l 2 t RATING FOLLOWING 
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NOTE: 

0.043" THICK COPPER FIN EMISSIVITY. »0% 

STUD MOUNTED DIRECTLY TO FIN. 

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FIN SIZE 




















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2 1/2X2 1/2 










































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20 40 SO SO 100 120 140 ISO ISO 200 220 

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE - *C 

REQUIRED FIN SIZE — FREE CONVECTION, SINGLE FIN, UNIMPEDED 
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0.043" THICK COPPER FIN. EMISSIVITY-90H. 

STUD MOUNTED DIRECTLY TO FIN. 

FINS MOUNTED WRALLELTO AIR FLOW. 

AIR VELOCITY ■ 1000 FT/MIN. 

MINIMUM FIN SPACING ■ 0.5 INCH. 

IF AIR VELOCITY OF 500 FT/MIN 
IS USEO, MULTIPLY CURRENT 
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20 40 SO 80 IOO 120 140 160 ISO 200 220 

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE *C 

8. REQUIRED FIN SIZE — FORCED CONVECTION, IMPEDED RADIATION 



TO USE GRAPHS 6, 7 AND 8 

1. Enter graph at vertical axis with desired 
current multiplied by proper current 
factor: 

DC-0.80 30-1.15 

10-1.00 60-1.40 

2. Intercept desired fin curve 

3. Read on horizontal axis the maximum 
allowable ambient temperature 



215 



1N1199A-1N1206A 



1N1199RA-1N1206RA 



1N3670A-1N3673A 



1N5331 




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INCHES 


MILLIMETERS 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


A 

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F 
J 

m 
N 
<f>t 
W 


.424 

.075 

.422 
.060 


.405 
.424 
.437 
.175 
.800 
.250 
.453 


10.77 
1.91 

10.72 
1.52 


10.29 
10.77 
11.10 

4.45 
20.32 

6.35 
11.51 


1 
2 



NOTES: 

1. Angular orientation of this terminal is undefined. 

2. 10-32 UNF-2A. Maximum pitch diameter of plated threads shall be basic 
pitch diameter (.1697", 4.29 MM) . Ref : (Screw thread standards for Federal 
Services 1957) Handbook H28, PI. 



216 



Silicon 

Rectifiers 



MEDIUM CURRENT 6A TYPE 



IN1341A-48A 



IN1341RA-48RA 



These stud mounted diffused junction silicon rectifiers, (designed to meet MIL-E-1/1108) are 
recommended for all rectifier applications in the 2 to 8 ampere range. A high junction tem- 
perature rating and an extremely low forward voltage drop and thermal impedance permit 
high current operation with minimum space requirements. These rectifiers may be mounted 
directly to a chassis or a fin or may be electrically insulated from the heat sink by using the 
mica washer insulating kit Versatility is further increased 

by the availability of a negative polarity unit (stud is anode), described by the suffix "R" 
appearing after the type number. The use of positive and negative polarity units facilitates 
the construction of bridge circuits and permits the use of either a positive or negative heat 
sink in half-wave and center-tap applications. 

General Electric research, advanced development and product design have resulted in a 
highly efficient rectifying junction. This feature, plus a mechanical design employing high 
temperature hard solders and welds for all internal and external joints and seals, which 
eliminates common sources of thermal fatigue failure, have produced a silicon rectifier with 
outstanding reliability under all operating conditions. 




electrical ratings and specifications <6<> c PS , Revive or induce u>ad) 



Max. Allow. Transient Peak Reverse 
Voltage (Non-recurrent, 5 millisec. 
max. duration, Tj = to 200°C) 

Max. Allow. Peak Reverse Voltage 
(Repetitive)* 

Max. Allow. RMS Voltage 

Max. Allow. DC Blocking Voltage** 

Max. Allow. Forward Current (Single 
Phase — 150°C stud temp.) 

Max. Allow. Peak One Cycle Surge 
Current (non-recurrent) 

I 2 t Rating (for t greater than .0008 sec. 
and less than .0083 sec. (non-recurrent) 

Max. Full Load Voltage Drop (Single 
Phase, Full Cycle Average — 150°C 
stud temp.) 

Max. Leakage Current at Full Load 
(Single Phase, Full Cycle Average 
— 150°C stud temp.) 

Max. Thermal Resistance (junction to stud) 

Junction Operating and Storage 
Temp. Range 

Stud Torque 



1N1341A 1N1342A 1N1343A 1N1344A 1N1345A 1N1346A 1N1347A 
1N1341RA1N1342RA1N1343RA1N1344RA1N1345RA 1N1346RA 1N1347RA 



100 

50 
35 
50 



200 

100 

70 

100 



300 

150 
105 
150 



350 

200 
140 
200 



450 

300 
210 
300 



600 

400 
280 
400 



700 

500 
350 
500 



1N1348A 
1N1348RA 

800 Volts 

600 Volts 
420 Volts 
600 Volts 



-6 amperes- 



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-25 ampere 2 sec. — min. rating (T, ^65°Cto +200°C) 



-.64 Volts- 



3.0 



2.5 



2.25 



2.0 1.75 

-4.25°C/Watt- 



1.5 



1.25 



1.0 ma 



-65°C to +200°C ■ 



Minimum 12 in.-lbs.; Maximum 15 in.-lbs. 



♦Maximum voltages apply with a heat sink thermal resistance of 22°C/ Watt or less at maximum rated junction temperature. 
••Maximum voltages apply with a heat sink thermal resistance of 7° /Watt or less at maximum rated junction temperature. 



217 



1N1341A-48A 



1IM1341RA-48RA 



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SYMBOL 












MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 




A 




.405 




10.29 




<pD 




.424 




10.77 




E 


.424 


.437 


10.77 


11.10 




F 


.075 


.175 


1.91 


4.45 




J 




.800 




20.32 




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.250 




6.35 


1 


N 


.422 


.453 


10.72 


11.51 




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.060 




1.52 






W 










2 



NOTES: 

1. Angular orientation of this terminal is undefined. 

2. 10-32 UNF-2A. Maximum pitch diameter of plated threads 
shall be basic pitch diameter (.1697", 4.29 MM). Ref: (Screw 
thread standards for Federal Services 1957) Handbook H28, PI 



DIRECTION OF FOWARD CURRENT FLOW: 

— *4 REVERSE POLARITY 

— H FOWARD POLARITY 

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100 



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INSTANTANEOUS REVERSE VOLTAGE- VOLTS 



2. REVERSE CHARACTERISTICS 



.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 30 3.5 4.0 45 
INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD VOLTAGE DROP-VOLTS 



5.0 



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1N1341A-48A 



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MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE FORWARD 
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3 4 5 6 

PULSE TIME -MILLISECONDS 



6. SUB-CYCLE SURGE RATING 



219 



1N1341A-48A 



1N1341RA-48RA 



TO USE GRAPHS 7, S, 9 

1. Enter graph at vertical axis with desired 
current multiplied by proper current factor: 

DC-0.80 30-1.15 

1 0-1 .00 60-1 .40 

2. Intercept desired fin curve 

3. Read on horizontal axis the maximum 
allowable ambient temperature. 





1 

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ALLOWABLE DISSIPATION IN RECTIFIER FOR TIME t, IF 
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Silicon 

Rectifier 



IN1612-16.R I 



MEDIUM CURRENT 5A 



These popular stud mounted 5 ampere rectifiers are the commercial version of the 
MIL-19500/162 rectifiers. They were designed specifically to meet this military specifica- 
tion. Hermetic seals, one piece terminals, and all-hard-solder construction are the major 
features of this design. The all-hard-solder or welded construction is an important fea- 
ture for the designer to consider. Temperature excursions caused by heating and cooling 
when the rectifier is used intermittently at maximum rating will cause thermal fatigue 
in a soft-solder construction. The hard-solder and welded construction provides freedom 
from thermal fatigue failures. 

The major features of this design are: 

• Hard-Solder, Thermal Fatigue Free 

• Solid One-Piece Terminal 

• Low Thermal Impedance 

• Transient PRV Ratings 

electrical ratings and specifications <6<> c PS , Reside or inductive Load) 




Max. Allow. Transient Peak Reverse 
Voltage ( Non-recurrent, 5 millisec. 
max. duration, Tj = to 190° C) 

Max. Allow. Peak Reverse Voltage 
(Repetitive)* 

Max. Allow. RMS Voltage 

Max. Allow. DC Blocking Voltage** 

Max. Allow. Forward Current (Single 
Phase -f-150°C stud temp.) 

Max. Allow. Peak One Cycle Surge 
Current (non-recurrent) 

I 2 t Rating [for t greater than .0008 sec. 
and less than .0083 sec. (non-recurrent)] 

Max. Full Load Voltage Drop (Single 
Phase, Full Cycle Average +150° C 
stud temp.) 

Max. Leakage Current at Full Load 
(Single Phase, Full Cycle Average 
150°C stud temp.) 

Max. Thermal Resistance (junction to stud) 

Junction Operating and Storage 
Temp. Range 

Stud Torque 



IN1612 
1N1612R 

100 



50 
35 
50 



1N1613 
1N1613R 

200 



100 

70 

100 



1N16141 
1N1614R 

350 



200 
140 
200 

■ 5 amperes ■ 



1N1615* 
1N1615R 

600 



400 
280 
400 



1N1616* 
1N1616R 

800 Volts 



600 Volts 
420 Volts 
600 Volts 



150 amperes • 



25 ampere 2 sec. — min. rating 
" (T, = -65°Cto+190°C) 



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1.0 



1.0 



1.0 
•7.0°C/Watt. 



1.0 



1.0 ma 



■-65°Cto+190°C 



Minimum 12 in.-lbs. ; Maximum 15 in.-lbs. 



•Maximum voltages apply with a heat sink thermal resistance of 22°C/Watt or less at maximum rated junction temperature. 
••Maximum voltages apply with a heat sink thermal resistance of 7° /Watt or less at maximum rated junction temperature. 
(Available as MIL-S-19600/162 devices. 



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INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD VOLTAGE DROP-VOLTS 

1. MAXIMUM AND TYPICAL FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS 




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2. REVERSE CHARACTERISTICS 



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CYCLES AT 60 C.P.S. 

SURGE RATING (1-60 cycles) 



"7. REQUIRED FIN SIZE— FREE 
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UNIMPEDED RADIATION 



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MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE FORWARO 
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3 4 5 6 

PULSE TIME -MILLISECONDS 

6. SUB-CYCLE SURGE RATING 



TO USE GRAPHS 7, 8, 9 

1. Enter graph at vertical axis with desired 
current multiplied by proper current factor: 

DC-0.80 30-1.15 

1^-1.00 60-1.40 

2. Intercept desired fin curve 

3. Read on horizontal axis the maximum 
allowable ambient temperature. 





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■90% STUD MOUNTED DIRECTLY TO FIN. 
FINS MOUNTED PARALLEL TO AIR FLOW. 
' AIR VELOCITY - 1000 FT/MIN. 
MINIMUM FIN SPACING -1/2" 

IF AN AIR VELOCITY OF 500 FT/MIN IS 
■ USED, MULTIPLY CURRENT FACTORS BY 0.88 




80 100 120 140 

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE «C 



223 



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DIA. 

©COPPER TERMINAL, 016 

THICK, TIN PLATED 
©BRASS WASHER.035 THICK 

NICKEL PLATED 
©MICA WASHERS, TWO, .625 

O.D., .204 ID.,. 005 THICK 
©TEFLON WASHER..270 OD. 

.204 1.0, .050 THICK 
•AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST 





INCHES 


MILLIMETERS 


NOTES 


SYMBOL 












MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 




A 




.405 




10.29 




<j)D 




.424 




10.77 




E 


.424 


.437 


10.77 


11.10 




F 


.075 


.175 


1.91 


4.45 




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.800 




20.32 




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.250 




6.35 


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.422 


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10.72 


11.51 




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1.52 






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2 



NOTES: 

1. Angular orientation of this terminal is undefined. 

2. 10-32 UNF-2A. Maximum pitch diameter of plated threads 
shall be basic pitch diameter (.1697", 4.29 MM). Ref: (Screw 
thread standards for Federal Services 1957) Handbook H28, PI 



224 



Silicon 

Rectifiers 

Medium Current 



I 1N2154-60.R I 




These stud mounted diffused junction silicon rectifiers are de- 
signed for all rectifier applications in the 2 to 30 ampere range. 
A high junction temperature rating and an extremely low for- 
ward voltage drop and thermal impedance permit high current 
operation with minimum space requirements. These rectifiers 
may be mounted directly to a chassis or a fin or may be elec- 
trically insulated from the heat sink by using the mica washer 
insulating kit Versatility is 

further increased by the availability of a negative polarity unit 
(stud is anode), described by the suffix "R" appearing after the 
type number. The use of positive and negative polarity units 
facilitates the construction of bridge circuits and permits the 
use of either a positive or negative heat sink in half-wave and 
center-tap applications. Stacked fin assemblies (4JA3511 series) 
are also available. 

General Electric research, advance development and product 
design have resulted in a highly efficient rectifying junction. 
This feature, plus a mechanical design employing high tempera- 
ture hard solders and welds for all internal and external joints 
and seals, which eliminates common sources of thermal fatigue 
failure, has produced a silicon rectifier with outstanding reli- 
ability under all operating conditions. 

electrical ratings and specifications <6<> cp s. Resistive » r inductive Load) 

. iT , , „ 1N2154 1N2155 1N2156 1N2157 1N2158 1N2159 1N2160 

Max. Allow Transient Peak Reverse 1N2154R 1N2155R 1N2156R 1N2157R 1N2158R 1N2159R 1N2160R 

Voltage (Non-Recurrent 5 millisec. 

max. duration) 100 200 350 450 600 700 800 volts 
Max. Allow. Peak Reverse Voltage* 

(Repetitive) 50 100 200 300 400 500 600 volts 

Max. Allow. RMS Voltage 35 70 140 210 280 350 420 volts 

Max. Allow. DC Blocking Voltage** 50 100 200 300 400 500 600 volts 
Max. Allow. Forward Current (Single 

Phase — 145 °C stud temp.) < 25 amperes >. 

Max. Allow. Peak One-Cycle Surge Current -<- 400 amperes ->■ 

I 2 t Ratings (for fusing) 

(fort = .0008 < t < .0083 seconds) ^ 250 ampere2 sec . ^ 

Max. Full Load Voltage Drop (Full Cycle 

Average— 145°C stud temp.) .< 0.60 volts >• 

Max. Leakage Current at Full Load (Full 

Cycle Average, Single Phase 

145° C stud temp.) 5 4.5 4 3.5 3 2 .5 2 ma 

Max. Thermal Resistance (junction to stud) ^ 1.5°C/watt >■ 

Junction Operating and Storage 

Temperature Range ■< 65°C to +200°C >- 

•Maximum voltages apply with a heat sink thermal resistance of 12°C/watt or less at maximum rated junction temperature. 
"Maximum voltages apply with a heat sink thermal resistance of 5°C/watt or less at maximum rated junction temperature. 
•**For RMS surge current ratings in sub-cycle region (less than one cycle) as a function of t, see Curve IX. 

mechanical specifications 

Maximum Stud Torque 30 inch-pounds 

Mechanical Shock M1L-STD-202, Method 202 500G for 1 millisec. 5 times in each of 3 directions 

Vibration (Fatigue) Any frequency between 45-100 cps with constant peak acceleration of 10G 

Vibration (High Acceleration) 100 to 1000 cps with constant peak of 10G 

Centrifuge 5000 G 

Moisture Resistance MIL-STD-202, Method 106 

Temperature Cycling 5 cycles, -65°C to +175°C 



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1N21 54-60, R 




AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT -AMPERES 



4. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE STUD TEMPERATURE 



5. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE NON-RECURRENT 
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AMBIENT TEMPERATURE-'C 




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7. 'REQUIRED FIN SIZE— FREE CONVECTION 
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228 



Silicon 

Diode 



I IN4305 "I 



The IN4305 is a very high speed silicon switching diode for com- 
puter circuits and general purpose applications. This oxide passivated planar 
diode features fast recovery time, low leakage and low capacitance. The maxi- 
mum and minimum forward voltages are specified at four forward currents from 
250 uamps to 10 ma. This guaranteed, closely controlled conductance is necessary 
for the design of clamping circuits, logic circuits and other types of circuits that 
require tolerances on voltage levels. The double heatsink 1N4305 offers springless 
construction, 500 mw dissipation, reduced package size, and is recommended for 
new design. 




Double Heatsink Diode (DHD) 1N4305 



Reverse Voltage 

Average Rectified Current 

Forward Steady-State DC Current 

Recurrent Peak Forward Current 

Peak Forward Surge Current (1 usee, pulse) 

Power Dissipation (25°C free air) 

Operating Temperature 

Storage Temperature 



-65 to 
-65 to 



1N4305 
50 

150 

200 

225 
2000 

500 
+200 
+200 



volts 

ma 

ma 

ma 

ma 

mw 

°C 

°C 



.032 ±002 OIA. 



CATHODE EW 



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.075 
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electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



1 N4305 







Min. 


Max. 






B v 


75 




volts 




v FI 


.505 


.575 


volts 




V F 2 


.550 


.650 


volts 




v„ 


.610 


.710 


volts 




v F4 


.700 


.850 


volts 




Ir 




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Breakdown Voltage (I R =5 ua) 
Forward Voltage (I F =250 uamps) 

(I F =1 ma) 

(I F =2 ma) 

(I F = 10ma) 
Reverse Current (V R = -50 v) 
Reverse Current (150°C) (V R = -50v) 
Reverse Recovery Time (I f = 10 ma, I 
Reverse Recovery Time 

(I f =10 ma, V r = -6V, R L =100 ) (Note 1) 
Capacitance (V R =0 v) (Note 2) 
Rectification Efficiency (100 mc) (Note 3) 

Note 1: Recovery time to 1 ma. 

2: Capacitance as measured on Boonton Model 75A Capacitance Bridge at a signal level of 50 mv and 

a frequency of 1 mc. 
3: Rectification Efficiency is defined as the ratio of DC load voltage to peak rf input voltage to the 

detector circuit, measured with 2.0 vrms input to the circuit. Load resistance 5K.Q, load capacitance 20 uuf. 



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229 



Silicon 

Rectifiers 




A40F-M 
A41F-M 



General Electric has designed this 20 Ampere rectifier specifically tor the normal industrial and c«™ 
lev. ambient temperature applications. The design utilizers the smallest practical size for he a ting ^, h 
particular attention to rigidity and rugged construction. The solid one-piece terminal and he ««-to-hex 
solder mounting technique provides good mechanical strength, minimizes breakage problems, and pro- 
motes stability of heat transfer characteristics from the diffused junction to the stud. 

OUTLINE DRAWING 




STRAIGHT KNURL 50TPI 



High Surge Current Capabilities ( Up to 300 Amperes) 

One-piece Terminal 

Positive Solder Case-to-hex Mounting 

Small Size— 9/16" Hex, 1/2" Diameter Barrel 

Reverse Polarity Devices Available 



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DECIMAL 
INCHES 


METRIC I 
MM 


M 


MIN. 


MAX 


MIN 


MAX. 


A 


.501 


505 


12 73 


12.83 


B 


.467 


465 


11.86 


1207 


C 


.177 REF. 


4.50 REF 


a 


.109 REF 


2.77 REF. 


F 


104 


.115 


2 65 


2 .91 


G 


.285 


.350 


7.24 


8.88 


H 
J 


.330 


375 


8.39 


9.52 


— 


.810 


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20.56 


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.083 


.097 


2.11 


2.46 





,034 REF. 


.86 REF. 


R 


— 1 .250 


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THREAD SIZE-l/4"- 280UNF- 2A 


T 


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.096 


2.18 


2.49 


U 


— 


.920 


— 


23.36 


V 


— 


.485 


— 


12.31 


W 


552 


562 


14 02 


14.27 


« 


432 


.442 


10.97 


1 1.23 



RATINGS AND CHARACTERISTICS (Single Phase Resistive Load) 

Forward Polarity A40F A40A A40B A40C A40D A40E A40M 



I 



Reverse Polarity 

Max. Peak Reverse Voltage 

Max. Continuous D-C Reverse Voltage 

Max. Sine Wave RMS Voltage 

Max. Avg. D-C Forward Current 
At 110 C Stud 
At 150 C Stud 

Peak One-Cycle Forward Surge Current (60 cps, 
T, = 25°C) 

Ft Rating for Fusing or Capacitor Inrush 

Max. Forward Voltage at 20 Amps D-C Forward 
Current (T, = 25°C) 

Max. Avg. Forward Voltage Drop 

(15 amps d-c single phase, T., = 150°C) 

Max. Reverse Current at Rated D-C Reverse 
Voltage (T., = 25°C) 

Max. Full Load Reverse Current (full cycle avg., 
single phase) 

Typical Thermal Resistance (junction to stud) 

Operating Junction Temperature Range 

Storage Temperature Range 



A41F 


A41A 


A41B 


A41C 


A41D 


A41E 


A41M 




50 


100 


200 


300 


400 


500 


600 


volts 


50 


100 


200 


300 


400 


500 


600 


volts 


35 


70 


140 


210 


280 


350 


420 


volts 


-« — 
-« — 






- 20 amps 

- 15 amps 




— >- 





300 amps 

100 amp 2 sec 

1.2 volts 



0.75 volts 
1.0 ma — 



10 

-+- 



8 6 5 

1.5°C/watt 

65°C to +175°C - 
-65°Cto+175°C • 



4.5 



4.0 



ma 



25 in.-lbs ■ 



Maximum Stud Torque ~+ 

NOTE: 1N3208-1N3214 or 1N3208R-1N3214R are available when desired and are identical to A40F-A40M or A41F-A41M respectively, except that 
hex size will be 11/16" across the flats on the 1N3208 series. 

230 



1N3208, R 



1N3214, R 



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2. TYPICAl FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS 



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INSTANTANEOUS REVERSE VOLTAGE - VOLTS 

3. TYPICAL REVERSE CHARACTERISTICS (Tj = 175°C) 



600 



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NOTE: FOR SUR8E RESISTOR SELECTION PROCEDURE 
1 SEE "RECTIFIER COMPONENTS GUIDE 1 
1 (PUBLICATION 640.4) SECTION 6 



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AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT - AMPERES DC 

4. HALFWAVE CAPACITIVE LOAD RATING 



231 



Silicon 

Rectifiers 



1N3260-73.R I 




General Electric now offers 160 ampere silicon rectifier diodes of the EIA Types 
1N3260 through 1N3273. 



This product features: 

• Choice of stud anode or stud cathode types 

• Thermal fatigue resistant 

• Low reverse current 

• Great uniformity of product 

• High surge current capabilities 



OUTLINE DRAWING 



»•!*# v 





RATINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS: 11 ' 

1N3260 1N3261 1N3262 1N3263 1N3264 1N3265 1N3266 1N3267 1N3268 1N3269 1N3270 1N3271 1N3272 1N3273 



50 



40 



I 



* Maximum Allowable Repeti 

tive Peak Reverse Voltage, 
V RRM (rep) (2> 

* Maximum Allowable DC 

Blocking Voltage, V K ' 3> 
''Maximum Allowable Average 
Forward Current, I F (AV) (single 
phase, 125°C case 
temperature) —- 

* Maximum Allowable Peak 

One-Cycle Surge Current, 
I TSM (surge) (60 cps single- 
phase basis, non-repetitive) -*■ 
Minimum Ft Rating 
(non-repetitive) •*■ 

'"Maximum Peak Forward 
Voltage Drop, V„ M (I T = 160 
amps DC, Tc=125°C) 

* Maximum Full Load Reverse 

Current, Iu<av> (full-cycle 
average, 125°C case tem- 
perature, single phase) * 

* Maximum Thermal Resist- 

ance, Ron (junction to case) •• 

* Storage Temperature, T stB -* 

* Operating Temperature, Tj * 
Stud Torque 14 ' — Maximum * 

— Minimum * 



100 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 



80 120 160 200 240 280 320 400 480 560 640 720 



800 



160 amperes 



2000 amperes 



8,250 amperes 2 seconds (see Chart 7) 



1.6 volts 



12 milliamperes 



- 0.3°C/watt — 
65°C to + 175°C 
55°C to -fl90<>C 



325 inch-pounds (375 kg-cm) 
275 inch-pounds (320 kg-cm) 



NOTES- '"Models listed are stud cathode (forward polarity) types. Order 1N32— R for stud anode (reverse polarity) 
types. Ratings and specifications are for frequencies from 50 up to 400 cycles/second, except where noted 

differently. 
'"'Rating assumes a rectifier diode heat sink dissipation of 2.0 C/watt, or less. 
'"'Rating assumes a rectifier diode heat sink dissipation of 1.0°C/watt, or less. 
'"Use of a silicone grease (G-E #G623) between the rectifier base and heat sink is recommended. 

♦Indicates JEDEC Registration Parameters. 



232 



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INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD VOLTAGE - VOLTS 
I. MAXIMUM FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS 




40 60 80 100 120 140 160 (80 

AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT - AMPERES 

3. MAXIMUM CASE TEMPERATURE VS. AVERAGE 
FORWARD CURRENT 



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40 



5. MAXIMUM SURGE CURRENT FOLLOWING RATED 
LOAD CONDITIONS (Tj = -55°C TO +190°C) 



100 200 300 400 500 

AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT - AMPERES 

2. AVERAGE FORWARD POWER DISSIPATION VS. 
AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT (Tj = +190°C) 















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RATED LOAD CONDITIONS (Tj = -55°C TO + 190°C) 



Silicon 

Rectifiers 



1N3289-96,R 



A70S,A70T 



A71S,A71T 



The 1N3289-1N3296 Series is the ultimate in today's High Current Silicon Rectifier field. By taking full 
advantage of the most advanced semiconductor component manufacturing techniques. General Electric 
now offers the industry's first double diffused, all hard solder 100-ampere readier in PRV ratings up to 
1,200 volts. As a result, circuit designers now receive: 



Features: 



Freedom from Thermal Fatigue Failure 
Higher Surge Current Capabilities 
NEMA Overload Ratings 
Forward and Reverse Polarities 





CONFORMS TO JEDEC OUTLINE C 



RATINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS 



I 



Maximum Allowable Transient Peak Reverse 
Voltage (nonrecurrent, 5 millisecond maximum 
duration) 

Maximum Allowable Repetitive Peak Reverse 
Voltage, Vhm (rep) 

Maximum Allowable RMS Reverse Voltage 

Maximum Allowable DC Blocking Voltage** 

Maximum Allowable Average Forward Current 
(single phase, 130°C stud temperature) 

Maximum Allowable Peak One-Cycle Surge 
Current (60 cps single-phase basis, non-recurrent) 

Minimum I 2 t Rating (non-recurrent) 

Maximum Full Load Voltage Drop (full-cycle 
average, 130°C stud temperature, 100 
amperes average single phase) 

Maximum Full Load Reverse Current (full-cycle 
average, 130° stud temperature, single phase) 

Maximum Thermal Resistance (junction to stud) 

Storage and Junction Operating Temperature 

Max. Stud Torque*** 

Min. Stud Torque 

Weight 



1N32M 1N3290 1N3291 1N3292 1N3293 
1N32MR 1N3290R 1N3291R 1N3292R 1N3293R 



300 



9.5 



400 



525 



650 



800 



A70S 
A71S 



925 



1N3294 
1N3294R 



1050 



A70T 
A71T 



1N3295 
1N3295R 



1N3296 
1N3296R 



1175 1300 1500 volts 



200 


300 


400 


500 


600 


700 


800 


900 


1000 


1200 


volts 


140 


210 


280 


350 


420 


490 


560 


630 


700 


840 


volts 


200 


300 


400 


500 


600 


700 


800 


900 


1000 


1200 


volts 



100 amperes 



1600 amperes 



4000 amperes--seconds (See Curve 8) 



0.6 volts 



9.0 



9.0 8.0 6.5 6.0 5.5 5.5 4.5 

DC = 0.4°C/w; 10 & 30 = .55°C/w; 60 = .72°C/w ■ 

-40°C to +200°C 



3.5 



- 100 Lb-in (120 Kg-cm) - 

— 90 Lb-in (105 Kg-cm) — 
Approximately 23^ ounces 



NOTES: 

t "R" indicates reverse polarity 

* Rating assumes rectifier cell heat sink of less than 3°C/watt. 

** Rating assumes rectifier cell heat sink of less than 1.5°C/watt. 

*** Use of silicone grease between rectifier base and heat sink is recommended. 

Non-recurrent voltage and current ratings, as contrasted to repetitive ratings, are ratings which apply for occasional or unpredicable overloads. For 
example, the forward surge current ratings are non-recurrent ratings that are used in fault coordination design work. 



234 



DIODE SPECIFICATIONS 



1N3289-96, R 



A70S, A70T 



A71S, A71T 



































1000 
















a 500 








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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 

Following these installation instructions will result in a diode-to-heatsink thermal resistance of ,10°C/watt. 

1. Be sure mounting surface is clean and flat at (.001 inch/inch). 

2. Mounting hole diameter should not exceed rectifier stud OD by more than V and should be deburred. 

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236 



Germanium 

Diodes 




The General Electric 1N3712 through 1N3720 and 1N3713 through 1N3721 are 
Germanium Tunnel Diodes offering peak currents of 1.0, 2.2, 4.7, 10, and 22 ma. 
These devices, which make use of the quantum mechanical tunneling phenom- 
enon to obtain a negative conductance characteristic, are designed for low level 
switching and small signal applications at very high frequencies. All 1N3713- 
1N3721 version parameters are closely controlled for use in critical applications 
such as level detection, frequency converters, etc. These devices are housed in 
General Electric's new hermetically sealed subminiature axial package. 



FEATURES: 

► Vfs Specified for more occurate designing 
of load lines 

ft^ Low capacitance 

► Fast speed 



AXIAL DIODE OUTLINE 



1N3712 1N3714 1N3716 1N371S 1N3720 
1N3713 1N3715 1N3717 1N3719 1N3721 



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ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES. 

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237 



1N3712-21 



electrical characteristics: 



STATIC CHARACTERISTICS 



1N3712 



1N3713 



Min 



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Max. 



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Typ. Max. 



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0.9 



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DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Total Series Inductance L* 



Total Series Resistance 



Rs 



Valley Point T erminal Capacitance' 
Max. Negative Terminal Conductance 



Resistive Cutoff Frequency 



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Frequency of Oscillation 



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equation (3) which is the maximum frequency attainable without capacitance compensation. 



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1N3719 

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1N3720 

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1N3721 

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High Power 

Silicon 
Rectifier 

1500 Volts 250A Avg. 



1N3735-44 



A190 



The A190 (1N3735 Series) is General Electric's highly reliable, all-diffused 
Pic-Pac 4 250 ampere silicon rectifier diode. 

This series of rectifier diodes is particularly suited to a wide range of indus- 
trial applications, expecially those requiring high performance rectifiers. 



FEATURES: TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: 

• Thermal Fatigue Resistant Pic-Pac 4 

Construction 

• Cathode Strain Buffer 

• Soft Recovery 

• 1500 Volt V RRM 

• Rugged Hermetic Package 

MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE RATINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS 



Transportation Equipment 
DC Motor Control 
DC Power Supplies 
Battery Vehicles 








REPETITIVE PEAK 1 


NON-REPETITIVE 2 




REPETITIVE PEAK 






REVERSE VOLTAGE 


PEAK REVERSE 


DC REVERSE 3 


REVERSE CURRENT 




V RRM 


VOLTAGE, V RSM 


VOLTAGE, V R 


IrrM ® Vrrm 






Tj = -40°C to +200°C 


Tj = 25°C to +200°C 


Tj = -40°C to +200°C 


Tj = 200°C 


A190A 


1N3735 


100 Volts 


200 Volts 


100 Volts 


100 Volts 


A190B 


1N3736 


200 


300 


300 


200 


A190C 


1N3737 


300 


400 


300 


300 


A190D 


1N3738 


400 


525 


400 


400 


A190E 


1N3739 


500 


650 


500 


500 


A190M 


1N3740 


600 


800 


600 


600 


A190S 


- 


700 


925 


700 


700 


A190N 


1N3741 


800 


1050 


800 


800 


A190T 


- 


900 


1175 


900 


900 


A190P 


1N3742 


1000 


1300 


1000 


1000 


A190PA 


- 


1100 


1400 


1100 


1100 


A190PB 


1N3743 


1200 


1500 


1200 


1200 


A190PC 


— 


1300 


1600 


1300 


1300 


A190PD 


1N3744 


1400 


1700 


1400 


1400 


A190PE 


— 


1500 


1800 


1800 


1500 



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*Models listed are stud cathode (forward polarity) types. Specify A190R-for stud anode (reverse polarity) types. Ratings and specifications 
are for frequencies from 50 to 400 Hz, except where noted otherwise. 

Average Forward Current, I F(AV) (T c = +144°C, Single-Phase, Half Sine Wave) 250 Amperes 

Peak One-Cycle Surge (Non-Repetitive), Forward Current, I FSM 6500 Amperes 

Minimum I 2 t Rating (See Curve 4), t > 1 msec. (Non-Repetitive) 55,000 (RMS Ampere) 2 Seconds 

Peak Forward Voltage Drop, V FM (T c = +144°C, I F(AV) = 250 Amps. Average, 785 Amps. Peak) 1.3 Volts 

Thermal Resistance, R0 JC (DC) 0.18°C/Watt 

10 & 30 (50 to 400 Hz) 0.24°C/Watt 

60 (50 to 400 Hz) 0.30°C/Watt 

Storage Temperature, T stg _40°C to +200°C 

Operating Junction Temperature, Tj -40°C to +200°C 

Stud Torque (See Mounting Guide) 275 Lb-in (Min.), 325 Lb-in (Max.) 

notes: 31 N-m (Min.), 36.7 N-m (Max.) 

1 Assumes a heatsink thermal resistance of less than 2.0°C/watt. 

2 Non-repetitive voltage and current ratings, as contrasted to repetitive ratings, apply for occasional or unpredictable overloads. For 
example, the forward surge current ratings are non-repetitive ratings that are used in fault coordination work. 

3 Assumes a heatsink thermal resistance of less than 1.0°C/watt. 

4 "Pic-Pac" is an acronym for Pressure Internal Contact Package. 241 



1N373S-44 



A190 



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1N3735-44 



A190 



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1N3735-44 



A190 



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10. 



20 40 60 80 I00 I20 WO I60 1 80 200 
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -°C 

SIX-PHASE FORWARD CURRENT 
VS. AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 



I 



,_ 300 



RECURRENT OVERLOAD RATINGS 









MINI 




! Illlll 












1 1 MINI 


ALUMINUM EXTRUSION 6E*I3 




CIRCUIT 
OUTPUT CURRENT 




















| 


1 + 
BRIDGE 


3* 
BRIDGE 


6* 
STAR 
































RATED CURRENT (I00* 
FOR FREE CONVECTION 


to) 2 50 
ADC 


350 
AOC 


5 70 
ADC 


























Tj -FREE CONVECTION 


150*C 


155'C 


14 0»C 


























RATED CURRENT (100% 
FOR I0O0FT/MINCOOU 


360 
NG ADC 


510 
ADC 


750 
ADC 


Tj-IOOOFT/MINCOOLIN 


G II5°C 


II5°C 


IIO'C 











































































































































































































.2 .5 1-0 2.0 5.0 10 20 50 100 200 500 M 

OVERLOAD TIME-SECONDS 

11. REPETITIVE OVERLOAD CURVE MEETING 

NEMA STANDARDS FOR "General Purpose 

Rectifier Equipments Under 100 KW" AT 40°C 

AMBIENT (For Overload Conditions Other Than 

As Shown, Refer To Application Note 200.9) 



244 



DEVICE SPECIFICATIONS 



1N3735-44 



A190 



MAXIMUM CIRCUIT RATINGS 

DEVICE MOUNTED ON A 7" x 7" x 3/8" ALUMINUM FIN (GE #13) OR A 7" x 7" x 1/4" COPPER FIN 
MINIMUM FIN SPACING 1 INCH FINS MOUNTED VERTICALLY OR PARALLEL TO FORCED AIR FLOW 











































6+ 


















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04 


00 


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100 






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12. 



TIME - SECONDS 



8. TRANSIENT THERMAL IMPEDANCE 
-JUNCTION TO AMBIENT 



TRANSIENT THERMAL IMPEDANCE - 
JUNCTION-TO-AMBI ENT 



260 

240 

220 

200 
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Q. 

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20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE --C 

13. SINGLE-PHASE, HALF-WAVE FORWARD 
CURRENT VS. AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 




AMBIENT TEMPERATURE-°C 



14. THREE-PHASE FORWARD CURRENT VS. 
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 



I80 

;ieo 

| 140 
120 
i 100 
i 80 
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20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE - °C 

15. SIX-PHASE FORWARD CURRENT VS. 
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 



I 



REPETITIVE OVERLOAD RATINGS 



16. REPETITIVE OVERLOAD CURVE MEETING 

NEMA STANDARDS FOR "General Purpose 

Rectifier Equipments Under 100 KW" AT 40°C 

AMBIENT (For Overload Conditions Other Than 

As Shown, Refer To Application Note 200.9) 



,_ 200 







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FOR DIODE MOUNTED 


I 

ON 


I I 


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3) 










1 I 1 1 1 1 


7X7X3/8 ALUMINUM FIN (GE*I 
OR 7X7X I/4 COPPER FIN 


CIRCUIT 
OUTPUT CURRENT 




















E 


3* 
BRIDGE 


6* 
STAR 


































BRIDG 


RATEO 

FOR F 


CURRENT {100 
?EE CONVECTIO 


%) 175 
«l ADC 


245 
ADC 


410 
AOC 
























Tj-FREE CONVECTIOr. 


I75°C 


I63'C 


I65'C 
























RATED CURRENT (IOOH 
FOB I000 FT/MIN COOL 


a) 290 
NG AOC 


410 
AOC 


630 
AOC 
























Tj- 1000 FT/MIN COOLIN 


G I48*C 


I4B*C 


I36'C 














































































































































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OVERLOAD TIME- SECONDS 



245 



1N3735-44 



A190 



OUTLINE DRAWING 



SEATING PLANE 




MODEL 


TERMINAL 
1 


TERMINAL 
2 


S 
THREAD SIZE 


AI90 
FORWARD 
POLARITY 


ANODE 


CATHODE 


3/4 - 16 
UNF - 2A 


AI90R 
REVERSE 
POLARITY 


CATHODE 


ANODE 



TABLE OF DIMENSIONS 
Conversion Table 



SYM. 


DECIMAL INCHES 


METRIC MM 


NOTES 


MIIM. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


A 


1.450 


1.550 


36.83 


39.37 




B 


.500 


.750 


12.70 


19.05 




C 


2.300 


2.500 


58.42 


63.50 




D 


5.300 


5.700 


134.62 


144.78 




F 


.797 


.827 


20.24 


21.01 




J 


.665 


.755 


16.89 


19.18 




K 


.322 


.333 


8.17 


8.46 




L 


.437 


- 


11.99 


- 




M 


.325 


.360 


8.25 


9.14 




N 


.155 


.170 


- 


- 




P 


1.060 


1.100 


26.92 


27.94 




Q 


.660 


.749 


16.76 


19.02 




T 


- 


.156 


- 


3.96 


3 


V 


1.240 


1.250 


31.49 


31.75 





NOTES: 

1. Flexible Copper Lead. 

2. One Nut and One Lockwasher Supplied With Each Unit. Material of 
Hardware is Steel, Cad Plated. 

3. "T" Dimension is Area of Unthreaded Portion. Complete Threads 
are Within 2.5 Threads of Seating Plane. 

4. Angular Orientation of Terminals is Undefined. 



MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS 

Following these installation instructions will result in a rectifier diode-to-heatsink contact thermal resistance of 0.08°C/watt 

or less. 

1. Be sure mounting surface is clean and flat within .001 inch/inch. 

2. Mounting hole diameter should not exceed the outside diameter of the rectifier diode stud by more than 1/16 inch, 
and should be deburred. 

3. Use Dow Coming's DC3, 4, 340 or 640 or GE G322L or equivalent, on mounting surfaces that come in contact with 
the heatsink. 

4. Use only hardware furnished with each rectifier diode. 

5. Tighten with a torque wrench, from nut side, to 300 lb-in. 



I 



246 



Silicon 
RECTIFIERS 

FAST RECOVERY 



1IM3765 68 SEE PAGE 209 



I IN3879-83.R I 




Features: 

• Fast Recovery Time ... 200 Nanoseconds Maximum / O) 

• Diffused Construction 

• For Use in: 

^ verters — Sonar Power Supplies 

— Choppers _ Ultrasonic Systems 

— Low RF Interference Applications — DC-DC Power Supplies 

— Free-Wheeling Rectifier Applications 

maximum allowable ratings (Resistive or Inductive Load) 

1N3879,R 1N3880,R 1N3881.R 1N3882.R 1N3883.R 

• Maximum Repetitive Peak Reverse Voltage, T., = _ 65 °C to 

+ 150°C, V RM (rep) (Note 1) ' 50 100 200 300 400 Volts 

Maximum RMS Voltage, T, = -65°C to +150°C, V r (Note 1) . . 35 70 140 210 280 Volts 

*Maximum DC Blocking Voltage, T. T = — 65°C to -HO0°C, V r 

(Note 1) ' .' 50 100 200 300 400 Volts 

♦Maximum Average Forward Current, Single Phase, T ( , = 

+ 100°C, I _ 6 Amperes »- 

♦Maximum Peak One Cycle Surge Current, 60 Cycle, Non- 
Recurrent, T, = -65°C to +150°C, I PM (surge) - 75 Amperes 

♦Maximum Peak Ten Cycle Surge Current, 60 Cycle, 

Non-Recurrent, T, = -65°C to +150°C, I FM (surge) - 35 Amperes - 

♦Maximum Forward Voltage Drop, I F = 6 A DC, T ( . = 

+25°C, V F ., 1.4 volts 

♦Maximum Reverse Current at Full Load, Single Phase Full-Cycle 

Average, I = 6 Amp at TV = +100°C, I R(AV) 3.0 mA 

♦Maximum DC Reverse Current at Rated DC Blocking Voltage, 

V H , and T c = +100°C, I R -. 1.0 mA - 

♦Maximum DC Reverse Current at Rated DC Blocking Voltage, 

V R , and T c = +25°C, I R „ 15 ^A - 

♦Junction Operating Temperature Range, T. T 65°C to +150°C - 

♦Storage Temperature Range, T„ tB 65°Cto -f 175°C - 

♦Stud Torque ^ 15 j n _i bs . Maximum ► 

♦Maximum Reverse Recovery Characteristics : (See figure below) 

Recovery Time, t„ 200 Nanoseconds Maximum 

Peak Recovery Current, I R (recovery) (Note 2) — 2.0 Amperes Maximum - 

*The asterisk denotes JEDEC (EIA) registered information. 

test conditions 

These rectifiers are factory tested to reverse recovery limits which correlate with EIA registered values. This test- 
ing is in accordance with NEMA-EIA recommendations for silicon rectifier diodes and stacks. 
Recovery characteristic test conditions : I FM = 5.0 amps ; di/dt = 50 amps//usec switching rate, and a reverse bias 
of 50% V R for 200, 300 and 400 volt grades or. 100% V R for 50 and 100 volt grades ; T r = 25 °C ; t rr = 150 nano- 
seconds; and I,, (recovery) = 5.0 amperes max. 

If v If 

o F V-W-^ .. _ 

'R \ / TIME— \ y^ TIME— 

^~- / —l 1l (RECOVERY) V/ Ip (RECOVERY) 

TYPICAL RECOVERY WAVE FORMS 

„ nmT ,„ TYPICAL RECOVERY WAVE FORMS 

NOTES: 

1. Rating- assumes rectifier heatsink g6°C/W at max. Tj. 2. Some manufacturers call this Overshoot Current and use the symbol I„*. 

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M 


























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k- 


































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11 






















\ 







70 90 110 130 

T..-CASE TEMPERATURE^ C ]-"C 



1. Forward Current Rating vs. Case Temperature 

NOTE : Case temperature is measured at the center of any flat on the hex base. 



OUTLINE DRAWING 



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KIT* 



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DIA. 

©COPPER TERMINAL, .016 
THICK, TIN PLATED 

©BRASS WASH ER..035 THICK 
NICKEL PLATED 

(|)MICA WASHERS. TWO, .625 
O.D., .204 I. D.,. 005 THICK 

TEFLON WASHER..270 O.D. 
.204 I. D.,. 050 THICK 

♦AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST 



DIRECTION OF EASY CONVENTIONAL 
CURRENT FLOW 

10-32 
-UNF-2A 

0t 
DIA- 



© © 



© 10-32 STEEL NUT 
CADMIUM PLATED 

© LOCKWASHER, 
CADMIUM PLATED 
STEEL 




COMPLIES WITH 
EIA REGISTERED OUTLINE DO-4 



SYMBOL 


INCHES 


MILLIMETERS 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


A 




.405 




10.29 




<t>T> 




.424 




10.77 




E 


.424 


.437 


10.77 


11.10 




F 


.075 


.175 


1.91 


4.45 




J 




.800 




20.32 




m 




.250 




6.35 


1 


N 


.422 


.453 


10.72 


11.51 




<j)t 


.060 




1.52 






W 










2 



NOTES: 

1. Angular orientation of this terminal is undefined. 

2. 10-32 TJNF-2A. Maximum pitch diameter of plated threads shall be basic 
pitch diameter (.1697", 4.29 MM) Ref. (Screw thread standards for Federal 
Services 1957) Handbook H28 1957 PI. 

248 



Silicon 

Rectifiers 

FAST RECOVERY 



IN3889-93.R 




Features: 

• Fast Recovery Time . . . 200 Nanoseconds Maximum _ /f O) 

• Diffused Construction 

• For Use in : -r^w 

— Inverters _ Sonar Power Supplies v 

— Choppers _ Ultrasonic Systems 

— Low RF Interference Applications — DC-DC Power Supplies 

— Free-Wheeling Rectifier Applications 

maximum allowable ratings (Resistive or Inductive Load) 

1N3889,R 1N3890.R 1N3891.R 1N3892.R 1N3893.R 

*Maximum Repetitive Peak Reverse Voltage, T, = — 65°C to 

+150°C,V KM (rep) (Note 1) 50 100 200 300 400 Volts 

Maximum RMS Voltage, T. T = -65°C to +150°C,V r (Note 1). . 35 70 140 210 280 Volts 

♦Maximum DC Blocking Voltage, T T = — 65°C to + 100°C, V K 

(Notel) 50 100 200 300 400 Volts 

*Maximum Average Forward Current, Single Phase, 

T„ = +100°C, I 12 Amperes ► 

♦Maximum Peak One Cycle Surge Current, 60 Cvcle, Non- 
Recurrent, T. T = — 65°C to + 150°C, Lm (surge) 150 Amperes ► 

♦Maximum Peak Ten Cycle Surge Current, 60 cycle, Non- 
Recurrent, T. T = -65°C to +150°C, I PM (surge) 70 Amperes - 

♦Maximum Forward Voltage Drop, I F = 12 ADC, T r = +25°C, V,, 1.4 Volts ► 

♦Maximum Reverse Current at Full Load, Single Phase Full-Cvle 

Average, I = 12 Amp. at T r = -f-100°C, I K(AV) 5.0 mA » 

♦Maximum DC Reverse Current at Rated DC Blocking Voltage, 

V R , and T c = -f 100°C, I R - 3.0 mA 

♦Maximum DC Reverse Current at Rated DC Blocking Voltage, 

V R , and T c = +25°C, I„ 25 /*A 

♦Junction Operating Temperature Range, T. T - 65°C to -f 150°C ► 

♦Storage Temperature Range, T, tB 65°C to +175°C » 

♦Stud Torque 15 in-lbs. Maximum ► 

♦Maximum Reverse Recovery Characteristics: 

(See figure below) Recovery Time, t rl 200 Nanoseconds Maximum ► 

Peak Recovery Current, I n (recovery) (Note 2) - 2.0 Amperes Maximum - 

*The asterisk denotes JEDEC (EIA) registered information. 

test conditions 

These rectifiers are factory tested to reverse recovery limits which correlate with EIA registered values. This test- 
ing is in accordance with NEMA-EIA recommendations for silicon rectifier diodes and stacks. 
Recovery characteristic test conditions : I FM = 5.0 amps; di/dt = 50 amps//u,sec switching rate, and a reverse bias 
of 50% V R for 200, 300 and 400 volt grades or 100% V K for 50 and 100 volt grades ; T r = 25°C ; t,. r = 150 nano- 
seconds; and I K (recovery) = 5.0 amperes max. 

If I It 

'f V-t„ — L . „ 

O V ■ / *■■■- — 

'R \ / TIME— \ j^ TIME-* 

\- / — Ip (RECOVERY) ^- /- - I„ (RECOVERY) 

TYPICAL RECOVERY WAVE FORMS 

TYPICAL RECOVERY WAVE FORMS 
NOTES: 

1. Rating assumes rectifier heatsink g6°C/W at max. Tj. 2. Some manufacturers call this Overshoot Current and use the symbol I os 

249 



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V 


































\ 


































\ 


V 


































\ 













-^ 






















\ 







T.-CASE TEMPERATURE-<Tc)- 



1. Forward Current Rating vs. Case Temperature 

NOTE : Case temperature is measured at the center of any flat on the hex base. 

OUTLINE DRAWING 



INSULATING HARDWARE 
KIT* 



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I 



© 




.080 R 



©COPPER TERMINAL, OI6 
THICK, TIN PLATED 

©BRASS WASHER..035 THICK 
NICKEL PLATED 

(|)MICA WASHERS. TWO, .625 
O.D., .204 ID.,. 005 THICK 

TEFLON WASHER..270 O.D. 
.204 I.D.,.050 THICK 

* AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST 



© © 




DIRECTION OF EASY CONVENTIONAL 
CURRENT FLOW 

10-32 
UNF-2A 

DIA-^ U 



© 10-32 STEEL NUT 
CADMIUM PLATED 

© LOCKWASHER, 
CADMIUM PLATED 
STEEL 




COMPLIES WITH 
EIA REGISTERED OUTLINE DO-4 



SYMBOL 


INC 
MINT. 


*ES 

MAX. 


MILLI] 
MIN. 


IKTERS 
MAX. 

10.29 


NOTES 


A 




.405 




4>D 




.424 




10.77 




E 


.424 


.437 


10.77 


11.10 




F 


.075 


.175 


1.91 


4.45 




J 




.800 




20.32 




m 




.250 




6.35 


1 


N 


.422 


.453 


10.72 


11.51 




4>t 


.060 




1.52 






W 










2 



NOTES: 

1. Angular orientation of this terminal is undefined. 

2 10-32 TJNF-2A. Maximum pitch diameter of plated threads shall be basic 

pitch diameter (.1697", 4.29 MM) Ref. (Screw thread standards for Federal 

Services 1957) Handbook H28 1957 PI. 



250 



Silicon 

Diodes 



1N3899-3903.R1 



Features: 

• Fast Recovery Time— 200 Nanoseconds Maximum 

• Recovery Characteristics match the High Frequency capability of the new 
General Electric High Speed SCR's such as the C140 and 141, the C155 
and C185 



For Use in : 

— Inverters 

— Choppers 

— Low RF Interference Applications 

— Free- Wheeling Rectifier Applications 



— Sonar Power Supplies 

— Ultrasonic Systems 

— DC-DC Power Supplies 




maximum allowable ratings (Resistive or Inductive Load) 



♦Maximum Repetitive Peak Reverse Voltage, T. T = — 65°C to 

+150°C, V KM (rep) (Note 1) ' 

Maximum RMS Voltage, Tj = -65°C to +150°C, V r 

♦Maximum DC Blocking Voltage, T T = — 65°C to +100°C, V r 
(Note 1) _ ;... 

♦Maximum Average Forward Current, Single Phase, T r = 

+ 100°C, I '... 

♦Maximum Peak One Cycle Surge Current, 60 cycle, Non- 
Recurrent, Tj = — 65°C to +150°C, I FM (surge) 

♦Maximum Peak Ten Cycle Surge Current, 60 cycle, Non- 
Recurrent, Tj = -65°C to -f 150°C, I FM (surge) 

♦Maximum Forward Voltage Drop, I P = 20 ADC, T r = +25°C, V,.- 

♦Maximum Reverse Current at Full Load, Single Phase Full- 
Cycle Average, I„ = 20 Amp. at T c = +100°C, I,, f AV) 

Maximum Effective Thermal Resistance (Junction to Case), iT . r 

♦Maximum DC Reverse Current at Rated DC Blocking Voltage, 
V K> and T c = +100°C, I R 

♦Maximum DC Reverse Current at Rated DC Blocking Voltage, 
V R and T = -f 25°C, I R . . 

♦Junction Operating Temperature Range, T, T 

♦Storage Temperature Range, T stf: 

♦Stud Torque 

♦Maximum Reverse Recovery Characteristics : 

Recovery Time (Note 2) , t rI 

Peak Recovery Current (Note 2), I,. (recovery) 

(or Overshoot Current, I s) 

*The asterisk denotes JEDEC (EIA) registered information. 



1N3899,R 1N3900.R 1N3901,R 1N3902,R 1N3903,R 

50 100 200 300 400 Volts 

35 70 140 210 280 Volts 



50 100 200 300 

20 Amperes 

225 Amperes 



■120 Amperes- 
— 1.4 Volts — 



-10.0 mA- 
1.5° C/W- 

- 6.0 mA — 



-50 /jlA- 



■ -65°C to +150°C- 
. _65°C to +175°C • 
• 30 in-lbs. Maximum ■ 



400 Volts 



■ 



■200 Nanoseconds Maximum- 
— 3.0 Amperes Maximum — 



NOTES: 

1. The ratings assume the rectifier heatsink thermal resistance to be 6°C/W or less at maximum junction temperature. 

2. These rectifiers are factory tested to reverse recovery limits which correlate with EIA registered values. This testing is in accord- 
ance with NEMA-EIA recommendations for silicon rectifier diodes and stacks. 

Sfn°onn y ch ? r ,™ teri ;i tic te ^ conditio 2 s : : ™ = 5 -° am P s "> di/dt = 50 amps/z^ec switching rate, and a reverse bias of 50% V„ for 
200, 300 and 400 volt grades or 100% V R for 50 and 100 volt grades; T c = 25°C; t„ = 150 nanoseconds; and I K (recovery) - 
6.0 amperes max. * ' "~ 



251 



1N 3899-3903, R 




70 90 IIO I30 

T--CASE TEMPERKTURE-IT C )-'C 



1. Forward Current Rating vs. Case Temperature 
Note : Case temperature, Tc, is measured at center of any flat on hex base. 



■ 



SYMBOL 


INCHES 


MILLIMETERS 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


A 




.450 




11.43 




b 




.375 




9.53 


2 


C 




.080 




2.03 




<£D 




.667 




16.94 




E 


.667 


.687 


16.94 


17.45 




F 


.115 


.200 


2.92 


5.08 




Fl 


.060 




1.52 






J 




1.000 




25.40 




1 


.156 




3.96 




4 


<£M 


.220 


.249 


5.59 


6.32 


1 


N 


.422 


.453 


10.72 


11.51 




*t 


.140 


.175 


356 


4.45 




W 










1.3 



OUTLINE DRAWING 

DIRECTION OF FOWARO CURRENT FLOW : 

f4 — FORWARD POLARITY 

►!— REVERSE POLARITY 



TERM. I 




PLANE 



NOTES: 

I.COMPLETE THREADS TO EXTEND TO WITHIN 2-1/2 

THREADS OF SEATING PLANE. 
2. ANGULAR ORIENTATION OF TERMINAL IS UNDEFINED. 
3 1/4-28 UNF-2A. MAXIMUM PITCH DIAMETER OF PLATED 

THREADS SHALL BE BASIC PITCH DIAMETER (.2268", 5.74MM) 

REF. (SCREW THREAD STANDARDS FOR FEDERAL SERVICES 

1957) HANDBOOK H28 1957 PI. 
4. MINIMUM FLAT. 

EIA-NEMA STANDARD OUTLINE, NEMA SK-51 - EIA RS-241. 
INSULATING HARDWARE IS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. 

COMPLIES WITH EIA REGISTERED OUTLINE DO-5 



252 



Fast Recovery 
Rectifiers 



1N3909-13.R 



Features: 

• Fast Recovery Time- 



-200 Nanoseconds Maximum 



Recovery Characteristics match the High Frequency capability of the new 
General Electric High Speed SCR's such as the C140 and 141, the C155 
and C185 

For Use in : 

— Inverters 

— Choppers 

— Low RF Interference Applications 

— Free- Wheeling Rectifier Applications 



— Sonar Power Supplies 

— Ultrasonic Systems 

— DC-DC Power Supplies 




maximum allowable ratings (Resistive or Inductive Load) 

1N3909.R 1N3910.R 1N3911,R 1N3912,R 1N3913.R 

* Maximum Repetitive Peak Reverse Voltage, T T = — 65 °C to 

+ 150°C, V KM (rep) (Note 1) 50 100 200 300 400 Volts 

Maximum RMS Voltage, T. T = —65°C to +150°C, V r 35 70 140 210 280 Volts 

♦Maximum DC Blocking Voltage, T T = -65°C to +100°C, V K 

(Notel) 50 100 200 300 400 Volts 

* Maximum Average Forward Current, Single Phase, 

T = + 100°C, I 30 Amperes - 

* Maximum Peak One Cvcle Surge Current, 60 cycle, Non- 

Recurrent, Tj = — 65°C to +150°C, I FM (surge) - 300 Amperes ► 

* Maximum Peak Ten Cycle Surge Current, 60 cycle, Non- 

Recurrent, T. T = — 65°C to +150°C, I KM (surge) - 160 Amperes - 

*Maximum Forward Voltage Drop, I P = 30 ADC, T c = +25°C, V,, 1.4 Volts - 

♦Maximum Reverse Current at Full Load, Single Phase Full-Cycle 

Average, I ( , = 30 Amp. at T r = +100°C, Ir,av) 15-0 mA » 

Maximum Effective Thermal Resistance (Junction to Case), 0, T . r -* 1-0° C/W 

* Maximum DC Reverse Current at Rated DC Blocking Voltage, 

V R , and T r = +100°C, I K - 10.0 mA - 

*Maximum DC Reverse Current at Rated DC Blocking Voltage, 

V K , and T c = +25°C, I R 80 fiA 

♦Junction Operating Temperature Range, T, T -« — 65°C to -fl50°C - 

♦Storage Temperature Range, T st „ 65°C to +175°C - 

♦Stud Torque 30 in-lbs. Maximum - 

♦Maximum Reverse Recovery Characteristics : 

Recovery Time (Note 2) , t r , -* 200 Nanoseconds Maximum ►- 

Peak Recovery Current (Note 2), I u (recovery) (or Overshoot 

Current, I os ) ■* 3.0 Amperes Maximum ► 

♦The asterisk denotes JEDEC (EIA) registered information. 



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NOTES: 

1. The ratings assume the rectifier heatsink thermal resistance to be 6°C/W or less at maximum junction temperature. 

2. These rectifiers are factory tested to reverse recovery limits which correlate with EIA registered values. This testing is in accord- 
ance with NEMA-EIA recommendations for silicon rectifier diodes and stacks. 

Recovery characteristic test conditions: I FM = 5.0 amps; di/dt = 50 amps//xsec switching rate, and a reverse bias of 50% Vn for 
200, 300 and 400 volt grades or 100% V R for 50 and 100 volt grades; Tc = 25°C; t rr = 150 nanoseconds; and I„ (recovery) = 
6.0 amperes max. 



253 



1N 3909- 13, R 



-ih 



-i*- 



i* 



3* 



6* 




70 90 no 

T.-CASE TEMPERATURE- °C 



1. Forward Current Rating vs. Case Temperature 
Note: Case temperature, 1Y, is measured at center of any flat on hex base. 



I 



SYMBOL 


INCHES 


MILLIMETERS 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


A 




.450 




11.43 




b 




.375 




9.53 


2 


c 




.080 




2.03 




<f>0 




.667 




16.94 




E 


.667 


.687 


16.94 


17.45 




F 


.115 


.200 


2.92 


5.08 




Fl 


.060 




1.52 






J 




1.000 




25.40 




1 


.156 




3.96 




4 


4>M 


.220 


.249 


5.59 


6.32 


1 


N 


.422 


.453 


10.72 


11.51 




*t 


.140 


.175 


3.56 


4.45 




W 








1,3 



OUTLINE DRAWING 

DIRECTION OF FOWARD CURRENT FLOW: 

H FORWARD POLARITY 

H — REVERSE POLARITY 



TERM. I 




TERM^h-F, 
SEATING --A-« 



PLANE 



NOTES: 

I COMPLETE THREADS TO EXTEND TO WITHIN 2-1/2 
THREADS OF SEATING PLANE. 

2 ANGULAR ORIENTATION OF TERMINAL IS UNDEFINED. 

3 1/4-28 UNF-2A. MAXIMUM PITCH DIAMETER OF PLATED 

' THREADS SHALL BE BASIC PITCH DIAMETER (.2268, 5.74MM) 
REF. (SCREW THREAD STANDARDS FOR FEDERAL SERVICES 
1957) HANDBOOK H28 1957 PI. 

4. MINIMUM FLAT. 

EIA-NEMA STANDARD OUTLINE , NEMA SK-51 - EIA RS-241. 

INSULATING HARDWARE IS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. 

COMPLIES WITH EIA REGISTERED OUTLINE DO-5 



254 



Silicon 

RECTIFIERS 



I 1N4044-56.R1 




The A190 (1N3735) Series is General Electric's highly reliable, all-diffused Pic Pac 
250 ampere silicon rectifier diode. 

The proven benefits of G. E.'s high current rectifier diodes are: 



• Choice of stud anode or stud cathode type 

• Thermal fatigue resistant 

• Low reverse current 

• Great uniformity of product 

• Higher surge current capabilities 



RATINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS:* 1 ' 

1 N4044 1 N4045 1 N4046 1 N4047 1 N4048 1 N4049 1 N4050 1 N4051 1 N4052 1 N4053 1 N4054 1 N4055 1 N4056 

*Maximum Allowable Transient Peak 

Reverse Voltage, V KM (non-rep) 

(non-repetitive, 8.33 millisecond 

half sine wave pulse) <z> 
*Maximum Allowable Working and 

Repetitive Peak Reverse Voltage, 

V BM (wkg) & VR H (rep) ( "\ and DC 

Blocking Voltage, V*'" 

* Maximum Allowable Average 

Forward Current, I, lAVi (single phase, 

120°C case temperature) ■» — 275 amperes 

'Maximum Allowable Peak One-Cycle 
Surge Current, I,sm (60 cps 
single-phase basis, non-repetitive) 
Minimum Ft Rating (non-repetitive) 

* Maximum Peak Forward Voltage 

Drop, V TM (Io=275 amps DC, 
T C =120°C) 

* Maximum Full Load Reverse 

Current, I r <av> (full-cycle average, 
120 °C case temperature, single 
phase) 

Maximum Thermal Resistance, R,i l( 
(junction to case) 
*Storage and Junction Operating 
Temperature, T,- 
Stud Torque 15 ' — Maximum 
— Minimum 



100 200 250 300 350 400 525 650 800 925 1050 1175 1300 



50 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 



5000 amperes 



50,000 amperes- seconds (see Chart 6) 



I 



1.35 volts 



15 milliamperes 
0.18°C/watt • 



-65°C to +19CC 



325 inch-pounds (375 kg-cm) 
275 inch-pounds (320 kg-cm) 



NOTES: 



'"Models listed are stud cathode (forward polarity) types. Order 1N40_.R for stud anode (reverse polarity) 

types. Ratings and specifications are for frequencies from 50 up to 400 cycles/second, except where noted 

differently. 
l2 'Non-repetitive voltage and current ratings, as contrasted to repetitive ratings, are ratings which apply for 

occasional or unpredictable overloads. For example, the forward surge current ratings are non-repetitive 

ratings that are used in fault co-ordination work. 
"'Rating assumes a rectifier diode heat sink dissipation of 2.0°C/watt, or less. 
"'Rating assumes a rectifier diode heat sink dissipation of 1.0°C/watt, or less. 
""Use of a silicone grease (G-E #G623) between the rectifier base and heat sink is recommended. 
^Indicates JEDEC Registration Parameters. 



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1 


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I 2 


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INSTANTANEOUS FORWARD VOLTAGE -VOLTS 

MAXIMUM FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS 



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200 400 600 BOO 

AVERA6E FORWARD CURRENT - AMPERES 



2. AVERAGE FORWARD POWER DISSIPATION 
VS. AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT (Tc = +190°C) 



i 170 



3 140 
o 

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aj 130 

1 

J 120 



no 

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150 200 250 300 350 400 



AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT - AMPERES 
3. MAXIMUM CASE TEMPERATURE VS. 
AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT 



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TIME (AFTER START OF CURRENT FLOW) 

4. TRANSIENT THERMAL RESISTANCE — 
JUNCTION TO CASE 



CYCLES AT 60 CPS 

5. MAXIMUM SURGE CURRENT FOLLOWING 
RATED LOAD CONDITIONS (Tc = -65°C TO +190°C) 



OUTLINE DRAWING 



7000 
6000 
5000 
4000 
3000 
ZOOO 
1000 



















































































































SEATING PLANE 




TABLE OF DIMENSIONS 
Conversion Table 



I 2 3456789 10 

PULSE TIME - MILLISECONDS 

6. SUBCYCLE SURGE FORWARD 
CURRENT FOLLOWING RATED 
LOAD CONDITIONS 
(Tc = -65°C TO +190°C) 



MODEL 


TERMINAL 
1 


TERMINAL 
2 


S 
THREAD SIZE 


IN4044-56 


- [ANODE) 


+ (CATHODE) 


3/4 - 16 
UNF - 2A 


IN4044-56R 


+ (CATHODE) 


- (ANODE) 



SYM. 


DECIMAL INCHES 


METRIC MM 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


A 


1.460 


1.550 


36.83 


39.37 




B 


.500 


.750 


12.70 


19.05 




C 


2.300 


2.500 


58.42 


63.50 




D 


5.300 


5.700 


134.62 


144.78 




F 


.797 


.827 


20.24 


21.01 




J 


.665 


.755 


16.89 


19.18 




K 


.322 


.333 


8.17 


8.46 




L 


.437 


- 


11.99 


- 




M 


.325 


.360 


8.25 


9.14 




N 


.165 


.170 


- 


- 




P 


1.060 


1.100 


26.92 


27.94 




a 


.660 


.749 


16.76 


19.02 




T 


_ 


.156 


- 


3.96 


3 


V 


1.240 


1.250 


31.49 


31.76 





NOTES: 

1. Flexible Copper Lead. 

2. One Nut and One Lockwasher Supplied With Each Unit. Material of 
Hardware is Steel, Cad Plated. 

3. "T" Dimension is Area of Unthreaded Portion. Complete Threads 
are Within 2.5 Threads of Seating Plane. 

4. Angular Orientation of Terminals is Undefined. 



256 



Germanium 

Diode 



I 1N4090 



The General Electric Germanium Tunnel Mixer Diode - Type 1N4090 is an 
alloy-junction Tunnel device designed for use as UHF and microwave mixer. 
Exhibiting a nonlinear VI characteristic, going through zero at the origin, makes 
this unit also very attractive for use as low level detector. The 1N4090 features 
very low capacitance, series resistance, video and I.F. impedances as well as 
extremely low turn-on and turn-off characteristics. The 1/f noise contribution is 
much lower than in point-contact mixers. 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°C)(unie SS o 



therwise specified) 



Forward Current (-55° to +100°C) 
Reverse Current (-55° to +100°C) 
Lead Temperature 1/16" ± 1/31" 

from case for 10 seconds 
Storage Temperature Range 



5 ma 

5 ma 

260°C 

- 55°C to +100°C 





sc 



1.000 
+ .030 
-.000 



-.095 MAX. ■ 



Z3(B 



1.000 J 



ALL DIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED. 



electrical characteristics: (25°C)(u 



nless otherwise specified) 



Min. 



Typ. 



Max. 



Total Terminal Capacitance 
Total Series Resistance 
Total Series Inductance 
Peak-Point Current 
Peak-Point Voltage 
Forward Voltage at I F =180 ua 
Forward Voltage at If =1 ma 
Reverse Voltage at Ir =2 ma 
Reverse Voltage at I Rmax =5 ma 
Forward Voltage at I Fmax =5 ma 
Valley Voltage 
Peak to Valley Ratio 
Recovery Time* 

*The recovery time is measured to a reverse current of 1 ma when switching from 0.1 volt forward to 0.4 volt 
reverse from a 50 source. Since this diode does not exhibit charge storage, the recovery time is determined by 
the charging time of the total device capacity. 



c 


- 


1.0 


1.5 


pfd 


R s 


- 


4.5 


10.0 




L s 


- 


0.2 


- 


nh 


I P 


130 


160 


180 


ua 


v P 


50 


62 


75 


mv 


V F p 


430 


- 


- 


mv 


v F 


500 


- 


- 


mv 


v R 


80 


100 


120 


mv 


* Rmax 


110 


- 


250 


mv 


* Fmax 


520 


- 


- 


mv 


v v 


275 


- 


- 


mv 


Ip/Iv 


4:1 


- 


- 


ratio 


tr 


- 


0.1 


- 


nsec 



■ 



257 



Silicon 

Signal Diodes 



This family of General Electric Double Heatsink diodes are high conductance, high 
speed low capacitance switching units for core and hammer driver circuits and 
general purpose applications. These diodes incorporate an oxide passivated planar 
structure built in a high resistivity, epitaxial layer grown on a low resistivity sub- 
strate. 

The 1N4150 and 1N4606 feature controlled conductance,with minimum and maxi- 
mum forward voltages at five levels of forward current. The 1N4450 offers con- 
trolled conductance at four levels of I,.- from lOO^A to 50mA with a maximum 
voltage of 1.0 volts at 200mA. This closely controlled conductance is necessary for 
the design of clamping and logic circuits where tight tolerances on voltage levels 
are required. 



1N41 48-49 SEE PAGE 205 



1N4150 



1N4450 



1N4606 




absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) 

1N4450 



Voltage 

Reverse 
Current 

Average Rectified 

Recurrent Peak Forward 

Forward Steady-State DC 

Peak Forward Surge (1 ^sec. pulse) 
Power 

Dissipation* 
Temperature 

Operating 

Storage 



30 



1N4150 

50 



1 N4606 

70 



Volts 



■200 
• 600- 
■250- 
■ 4 - 

500 ■ 



-I 250 
022 



mA 

mA 
mA 

AmpS 032^002 D.A.- 



-022. K 



O 155 






O 140 
180 


J 


MAX 


1 


1 






y 



•-65 to +200- 
-65 to +200 - 



mW 

°C 

°C 



CATHODE END- J 

NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES 



I 



•Derate 2.85 mW/°C for ambient temperatures above 25°C based on a maximum junction temperature of 200°C. 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 









1N4450 




IN4150 


1N4606 




Forward Voltage 






Min. Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


mV 


(If = 100 M A) 




V F 


420 540 










(If = 1mA) 




Vf 


520 640 


540 


620 


540 


660 


mV 


(I r = 10mA) 




Vf 


640 720 


660 


740 


650 


770 


mV 


(I F = 50mA) f 




Vf 


800 920 


760 


860 


740 


860 


mV 


(I F = 100mA) f 




Vf 




820 


920 


790 


920 


mV 


(I F = 200mA) t 




V F 


1000 


870 


1000 


860 


1000 


mV 


(I F = 250mA) f 




Vf 










1100 


mV 


Breakdown Voltage 


















(Ir = 5 M A) 




Bv 


40 










Volts 


(Ir = 100/iA) 




By 








85 




Volts 


Reverse Current 


















(V* = 30V) 




Ir 


50 










nA 


(V B = 30V, T A = 


+150°C) 


Ir 


50 










/xA 


(Vr = 50V) 




Ir 






100 




100 


nA 


(Vh = 50V, T A = 


+100°C) 


Ir 










25 


/iA 


(Vr = 50V, T A = 


+ 150°C) 


Ir 






100 






fiA 


(Vb = 70V) 




Ir 










250 


nA 



258 



1N4150 



1N4450 



1N4606 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) 



Capacitance 

(V E =OV)$ Co 

Reverse Recovery Time 

(Ip = I E = 10 to 200mA, 

Irr = 0.1I F , Fig. 3) t „ 

(If = I E = 200 to 400mA, 

I„ = 0.1I F , Fig. 3) t „ 

(If = 10mA, Ie = 1mA, 

I„ = 0.1mA, Fig. 1) t „ 

(If = Ik = 10 mA,I„ = 1mA, 

Figs. 1, 2 & 6) t „ 

(If = Ie = 10 to 200mA, 

I„ = 0.1I F , Fig. 4) t„ 

(If = Ie = 200 to 400mA, 

lr, = 0.1I F , Fig. 4) t„ 

Forward Recovery Time 

(If = 200mA, t r = 0.4 nsec, 
tp = 100 nsec, V, r = 1.0V, Fig. 5) t, r 

Stored Charge (Note 1) 

(If = 10mA) § Qs 



(unless otherwise specified) 



1 N4450 
Min. Max. 



1N4150 
Min. Max. 

2.5 



1N4606 



Min. 



42 



10 
42 



tPulsed measurement. Pulse width == 300 fisec. Duty Cycle ±£ 2%. 

{Capacitance as measured on Boonton Model 75A capacitance bridge at a signal level of 50 mV and a frequency of 1MHz 
§Stored charge is. measured on B-Line Electronics Model QS-3 stored charge meter. Pulse amplitude = 5 volts, pulse width 
source impedence =: 10 ohms. 



Max. 

2.5 



6 
4 
6 



42 



50 nsec, rise time 



pF 



ns 
ns 



PC 



0.4 



NOTE: 1: STORED CHARGE 

When a forward biased diode is subjected to a reverse voltage step a reverse current 
will flow for a short time as a result of the stored charge consisting of minority carriers 
in the vicinity of the junction. The typical waveform of reverse current vs time for a 
diode subjected to a large reverse voltage is shown in Figure 1. The time required for 
the diode to recover its reverse blocking condition will depend on the quantity of charge 
stored and the rate at which the charge is removed by recombination inside the diode 
and by current flowing in the external circuit. Conventionally, the speed of a diode is 
characterized by the reverse recovery time, t„, measured to some arbitrary current 
level as in Figure 1. However, for higher speed diodes reverse recovery time is not a 
satisfactory parameter for characterizing the speed of the diode since it is dependent 
on arbitrary circuit conditions and is very dependent on the construction of the test 
circuit. Stored charge, on the other hand, is measured by integrating the reverse cur- 
rent of the diode (as shown by the shaded area in Figure 1), and is consequently much 
less dependent on the construction of the test circuit and on arbitrary circuit conditions. 
Stored charge is a more ideal parameter for characterizing the speed of a diode since 
it represents an intrinsic characteristic of the diode and can be measured with good 
reproducibility on low cost instruments which have direct meter readout. 

Stored charge can be correlated with reverse recovery time measurements on a 
specific trr test jig. Typical correlation curves are shown on the graph below. 

References : 

(1) JEDEC Proposed Method for Direct Measurement of Diode Stored Charge, JS-2-65-11 

(2) "Measurement of Stored Charge in High Speed Diodes," T. P. Sylvan Application Note #90.30 (avail- 
able on request ) 




I 



TYPICAL REVERSE 
RECOVERY WAVEFORM 
FOR A HIGH SPEED DIODE 

Figure 1 



259 



1N4150 


1N4450 


1N4606 



60 n SEC 
DELAY LINE 



TEK I09 

PULSE 

GENERATOR 



IA 



TEK 56IA/3S76/3T77 
SAMPLING SCOPE OR 
EQUIVALENT 

?A ?B 



XIOO 
PROBE 



TEE 



TEK 29I 
DIODE SWITCHING)— 1 

TIME TESTER 

_ I 



Figure 2 



If 

PULSE 



RELAY 



50 Jl 
OUTPUT Z 



Vr PULSE 

(Ir) 



( * i» « H »< i ) 



-T 



±- 



50 a 

INPUT Z 

SAMPLING 

SCOPE 



TRIGGER 



SU~1 




HIGH CURRENT REVERSE RECOVERY TEST CIRCUIT 

Figure 3 



I 



TEKTRONIX 

TYPE 109 OR 110 

PULSE 

GENERATOR 

OR 
EQUIVALENT 






60 


n 


SEC 








n-T 


-i 


50 n 
















_J 




COAXI* 
CONNE 


LTEE 

:tion 




INPUT PULSE 
























-»1 




■«-60n SEC 


' 




ATTENUATOR 

son 




ATTENUATOR 

50 a 




DELAYED PULSE 




U 
























1 




i / 


) 


INDUCTIVE 

SIGNAL PROBE 

10:1 




OUTPUT PULSE 




TRIGGE 


■( 






D.UX 


/! " 


TEKTRONIX 
TYPE 66I 
SAMPLING 

SCOPE OR 
EQUIVALENT 

50a INPUT 


J 












j i 


L 


ATTENUATOR 

50 a 






—1 t rr K- 


_ 










1 


flGH CURRENT REVERSE RECOVERY TEST CIRCUIT 

Figure 4 





PULSE 
GEN 



.02 500il 
— }| Wv — 



■soil 



450ft 
-Wv — 



- [ D.V.T. 



>50fl 



SCOPE 



Figure 5 



260 







1 1 1 1 1 1 

TYPICAL CORRELATION BETWEEN 






















STORED CHARGE AND REVERSE 
RECOVERY TIME 








A* 










o 

z 


(Q s MEASURED IN B-LINE ELECTRONIC 
_ QS-3 STORED CHARGE METER AT 
I F "lOrnA, 1 n MEASURED IN 
TEKTRONIX 291 DIODE TEST FIXTURE 


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CHARACTERISTICS 
T. =?f\T. 












1 


N4606 
N4450 " 
N4I50 














1 














1 


















































PULSE WIDTH * 300/*SEC 
DUTY CYCLE ^2% 






















































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1N4150 



1N4450 



1N4606 



0.6 0.7 

FORWARD VOLTAGE - 



V F (VOLTS) 



Figure 6 



Figure 7 



> 

E 



-3.0 
-2.8 
-2.6 
-2.4 
-2.2 



-2.0 
-I.8 
-I.6 
-1. 4 
-1. 2 



.01 

































































TEM 


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VtKSUS 

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IN4I50 
































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IF INm A 
Figure 8 



10 



HEATSINK 
SPACING 

FROM END 

OF DIODE 

BODY 


STEADY 

STATE 

THERMAL 

RESISTANCE 

°C/mW 


POWER 
DISSIPATION 

AT25°C 
mWf 


DHD 


DHD 


.062" 


.250 


700 


.250" 


.319 


550 


.500" 


.380 


460 



Figure 9 

261 



100 



n 



Silicon 

Diodes 



1N4154 SEE PAGE 205 



1N4151,2,3 



1N4454 



1N4532,3,4 



This family of General Electric silicon signal diodes 
are very high speed switching diodes for computer 
circuits and general purpose applications. These 
diodes incorporate an oxide passivated planar struc- 
ture. This structure makes possible a diode having 
high conductance, fast recovery time, low leakage, 
and low capacitance combined with improved uni- 
formity and reliability. These diodes are contained 
in two different packages; 

double heat sink miniature package and milli-heat 
sink package and are electrically the same as their 
equivalent types in each of the different packages, 
(see page two for groupings of electrically 
equivalent types in each of the packages). 




PLANAR EPITAXIAL PASSIVATED 

with Controlled Conductance 



I 



MIUI-HEATSINK DIODE (MHD) 
1N4532-1N4534 



0.022 




0.090 
0.I2Q 



C 



J\0 | 



f 



0.055 

L_ 



.032+002 D!A- 

CATHODE END- 
NOTE' ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES 



DOUBLE HEATSINK DIODE (DHD) 
53 
1N4454 




T 

2±002 DIA. ' 



CATHODE END- 
NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES 



Dissipation: 500mW @ 25°C free air Dissipation: 500mW @ 25°C free air 

Derate: 2.85mW/°C for temp, above 25°C Derate: 2.85mW/°C for temp, above 25°C 
amb. based on max. T, = 200°C amb. based on max. Tj = 200°C 



FEATURES 


1N4151 
1 N4454 
MHD618 
1N4532 


1N4152 
1N4153 
1N4533 
1N4534 


Reverse Recovery Time of 
4 nanoseconds maximum 


• 


• 


Min.-Max. Vf specified at 6 
Forward Current Levels 




• 


Capacitance of 2 pF maximum 


• 


• 


Power Dissipation to 500 mW 


• 


• 


Power Dissipation to 250 mW 






Meets all MIL-S-19500 requirements 




• 


• 



HEATSINK 
SPACING 
FROM END 
OF DIODE 
BODY 


STEADY STATE 

THERMAL 

RESISTANCE 

°C/mW* 


POWER 

DISSIPATION 

AT 25°C 

mWt 


MHD 




DHD 


MHD 




Dl 


.062" 


.230 




.250 


760 




7 


.250" 


.319 




.319 


550 




5 


.500" 


.380 




.330 


460 




4 



*See Figure 5 for thermal resistance for short pulses. 
fThis power rating is based on a maximum junction temperatur 
200°C. 



Figure 1 



262 





1N4153 
1N4S34 


1N4151, 2, 3 


(unless otherwise specified) 


1N4454 


1N4532, 3, 4 


1N44S4 1N4151 IN41S2 
1N4532 MHD618 1N4S33 


DHD 
MHD 



Voltage 

Reverse 

Current 

Average Rectified 
Recurrent Peak Forward 
Forward Steady State DC 
Peak Forward Surge (1 ,u.sec. pulse) 
Power 

Dissipation 

Temperature 
Operating 
Storage 



50 50 

MHD & OHD Units 

150 

450 

200 

2000 

500 



30 



50 



-65 to +200 ■ 
-65 to +200 



Volts 



mA 
mA 
mA 
mA 



°C 

°C 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) 



(unless otherwise specified) 



Breakdown Voltage 

(Ib = 5^A) 

Forward Voltage 

(If = 100/uA) 
(If = 250 m A) 
(If = 1mA) 
(If = 2mA) 
(If = 10mA) 
(I F = 20mA) 
(lF = 50mA) 

Reverse Current 

(Vr= 30 V) 

(Vh=30V, T a = +150°C) 

(V h = 50V) 

(Ve = 50V, T A = + 150°C) 

Reverse Recovery Time 

(If = Ib = 10mA, I„ = 1mA, 

Figs. 9 & 10) 
(If = 10mA, V« = 6V, I„ = 1mA, 

Rl = 100 ohms, Figs. 9 & 10) 



Peak Forward Voltagef 
Capacitance 

(Vb = OV)$ 

Stored Charge (Notel) 

(If = 10mA) § (See Figures 9 and 10) 





1N4454* 
1N4532 


1N4151 
MHD618 


1N4152 
1N4533 


1N4153 
1N4S34 




By 


Min. Max. 

75 


Min. Max. 

75 


Min. 

40 


Max. 


Min. 

75 


Max. 


Volts 


Vf 

Vf 
Vf 
Vf 
Vf 

Vf 
Vf 


1.00 


1.00 


0.490 
0.530 
0.590 
0.620 
0.700 
0.740 


0.550 
0.590 
0.670 
0.700 
0.810 
0.880 


0.490 
0.530 
0.590 
0.620 
0.700 
0.740 


0.550 
0.590 
0.670 
0.700 
0.810 
0.880 


Volts 
Volts 
Volts 
Volts 
Volts 
Volts 
Volts 


Ir 
Ib 
Ib 
Ib 


100 
100 


50 
50 




50 

50 




50 
50 


nA 

mA 
nA 

/j.A 


t„ 


4 


4 




4 




4 


nsec. 


t„ 


2 


2 




2 




2 


nsec. 


Vpeak 


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Volts 


Co 


2 


2 




2 




2 


pF 


Qs 


32 


32 




32 




32 


PC 



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♦MIL type available 

tSOmV peak square wave, 0.1 usee, pulse width, 5 to 100 kHz repetitive rate, generator tr = 30 nsec. 

JCapacitance as measured on Boonton Model 75A capacitance bridge at a signal level of 50 mV and a frequency of 1 MHz at Vr = O volts. 
§Stored Charge as measured on B-Line Electronics Model QS-3 stored charge meter. Pulse amplitude = 5 volts, pulse width = 50 nsec, rise time 
source impedance = 10 ohms. 



0.4 nsec., 



263 



1N4151, 


2, 


3 


1N4454 






1N4532, 


3, 


4 



IO.0OC 

a.ooc- 
e.ooc 



■" SHADED AREA INDICATES 

!--25°C GUARANTEED LIMITS OF -< f 

CONTROLLED CONDUCTANCE 
(- TYPES IN3605, IN3606, 

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TYPICAL FORWARD 

VOLTAGE 
CHARACTERISTICS 
:. ALL TYPES : 




0.2 0.4 0.6 

FORWARD VOLTAGF-Vp - VOLTS 




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NOTE 1: STORED CHARGE 

When a forward biased diode is subjected to a reverse voltage step a reverse current 
will flow for a short time as a result of the stored charge consisting of minority carriers 
in the vicinity of the junction. The typical waveform of reverse current vs time for a 
diode subjected to a large reverse voltage is shown in Figure 8. The time required for 
the diode to recover its reverse blocking condition will depend on the quantity of charge 
stored and the rate at which the charge is removed by recombination inside the diode 
and by current flowing in the external circuit. Conventionally, the speed of a diode is 
characterized by the reverse recovery time, t rr , measured to some arbitrary current 
level as in Figure 8. However, for higher speed diodes reverse recovery time is not a 
satisfactory parameter for characterizing the speed of the diode since it is dependent 
on arbitrary circuit conditions and is very dependent on the construction of the test 
circuit. Stored charge, on the other hand, is measured by integrating the reverse cur- 
rent of the diode (as shown by the shaded area in Figure 8), and is consequently much 
less dependent on the construction of the test circuit and on arbitrary circuit conditions. 
Stored charge is a more ideal parameter for characterizing the speed of a diode since 
it represents an intrinsic characteristic of the diode and can be measured with good 
reproducibility on low cost instruments which have direct meter readout. 

Stored charge can be correlated with reverse recovery time measurements on a 
specific t rr test jig. Typical correlation curves are shown on the graph below. 

References : 

(1) JEDEC Proposed Method for Direct Measurement of Diode Stored Charge, JS-2-65-11 

(2) "Measurement of Stored Charge in High Speed Diodes," T. P. Sylvan Application Note #90.30 (avail- 
able on request) 



1N4151, 


2, 


3 


1N4454 


1N4532, 


3, 


4 




TYPICAL REVERSE 
RECOVERY WAVEFORM 
FOR A HIGH SPEED DIODE 

Figure 8 



60 n SEC 
DELAY LINE 



TEK 56IA/3S76/3T77 
SAMPLING SCOPE OR 
EQUIVALENT 
?A PB 



TEK I09 

PULSE 

GENERATOR 



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PROBE 



TEK 29I 

DIODE SWITCHING 

TIME TESTER 



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1 1 
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URED CHARGE AND REVERSE 
ICOVERY TIME 

s MEASURED IN B-LINE ELECTRONIC 
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■10mA, t„ MEASURED IN 
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265 



Silicon 

Diodes 

MULTI-PELLET 



These General Electric high speed multi-pellet diodes are for use in computer circuits and general 
purpose applications. They consist of one, two, three, or four planar passivated epitaxial diode 
pellets in series, mounted in a subminiature double heatsink package. This structure makes pos- 
sible stabistors having controlled conductance an d low leakage. 

This controlled conductance is necessary for the design of clippers, dc coupling circuits, clamping 
circuits, meter protectors, bias regulators, and other types of circuits that require tight tolerances 
on voltage levels. 

The MPD200, 300, and 400 series may be used as signal limiters or level shifting diodes in tran- 
sistor logic circuits, and also as dc coupling devices in dc amplifiers and digital circuits like 
multivibrators. Other lower cost stabistors are the STB567, 8, 9 devices. See publication 75.46. 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) 



Voltage 

Reverse 

Power 

Dissipation 

(Derate 2.67 mW/°C for 
ambient temperature 
above 25°C) 
Temperature 
Operating 
Storage 



1N4156,7 
1N4453 
1N4829,30 
1N5179 


MPD200 


20 


30 


400 


400 



MPD300 

60 
400 



MPD400 

90 Volts 
400 mW 



-65to+175°C 
-65 to+200°C 



1N4156,7 



1N4453 



1N4829.30 



1N5179 



MPD200 



MPD300 



MPD400 




i 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) 


(unless otherwise specified) 








Type 


Minimum 

Breakdown 

Voltage, Bv 

@ 5^A, Volts 


Forward 
Voltage 


Maximum Reverse Current 


Maximum 
Capacitance* 

@ Volts 
f = 1MHz, pF 


Qst 
@ 1mA 


@ 

25°C 

nA 


@ 
150°C 

MA 


@ 
Volts 


Min. 
PC 


Max. 
pC 


1N4156 


30 


Table 1 


50 


50 


20 


25 


50 


500 


1N4157 


30 


Table 2 


50 


50 


20 


20 


50 


500 


IN 4453 


30 


Table 3 


50 


50 


20 


30 


50 


500 


1N5179 


30 


Table 4 


50 


50 


20 


20 


50 


500 


1N4829 


30 @ 100 M. 


Table 5 


100 


25 @ 100°C 


20 


25 


— 


— 


1 N4830 


30 @ 100 nA 


Table 6 


100 


25 @ 100°C 


20 


20 


— 


— 


MPD200 


30 


Table 7 


30 


— 


30 


15 (typ.) 


75 


400 


MPD300 


60 


Table 8 


30 


— 


30 


10 (typ.) 


75 


400 


MPD400 


90 


Table 9 


30 


— 


30 


1 (typ.) 


60 


300 



If 


Forward Voltage, Vt , Volts 


Table 1 


Table 2 


Table 3 


Table 4 


Table 5 


Table 6 


Table 7 


Table 8 


Table 9 


mA 


Min. Max 


Min. Max 


Min. Max 


Min. Max 


Min. Max 


Min. Max 


Min. Max 


Min. Max 


Min. Max 


0.010 


0.74-1.09 


1.19-1.54 


.430-550 


1.40-2.10 






0.90-1.00 


1.40-1.54 


1.82-2.01 


0.100 


0.97-1.22 


1.52-1.77 


.510-.630 


1.80-2.50 


0.84-1.25 


1.35-1.80 


1.05-1.16 


1.62-1.78 


2.14-2.36 


1.0 


1.21-1.41 


1.85-2.05 


.600-.710 


2.20-2.80 


0.99-1.44 


1.63-2.08 


1.22-1.34 


1.84-2.03 


2.47-2.71 


10 


1.38-1.58 


2.12-2.32 


.690-.800 


2.60-3.20 


1.16-1.61 


1.90-2.35 


1.39-1.54 


2.10-2.33 


2.80-3.07 


loot 


1.54-1.84 


2.36-2.66 

■ 


.800-.920 


3.00-3.70 


1.35-1.87 


2.15-2.69 


1.60-1.76 

1 


2.40-2.65 

1 


3.16-3.49 



•Capacitance as measured on Boonton Electronics model 75A Capacitance Bridge at a signal level of B0 mA rms and a frequency of 1MHz. 

tStored charge as measured on B-Line Electronics model QS-3 Stored Charge Meter. (Pulse amplitude = 5 volts, pulse width = 50 nsec, rise time 

source impedance = 10 ohms.) See Notes 2, 3 and Figure 1. 
tPulsed measurement. Pulse width ^ 300 nsec, Duty Cycle ^ 2%. 

266 



0.4 nsec, 



NOTES: 

(1) For typical temperature coefficients see Pig. 2. 

(2) Stored Charge is measured in the circuit given in MIL- STD-750, 19 January 1962, Method 4061. 
In this circuit (See Fig. 4) D 1 should be an ultra fast recovery diode having a stored charge less 
than 5% of that for the diode under test, with breakdown voltage greater than V r , the turn-off 
pulse voltage. D 2 should be a high speed planar epitaxial diode (1N4150) with rapid turn-on 
time. The pulse used for measuring stored charge should have V r equal to 10 volts, a rise time 
<0.5 nanosecond, a repetition rate of 100 kHz and a width 'greater than 10 nanoseconds. The stored 
charge is first measured with no current (T in method 4061) and then with If = l m A (I- in 
method 4061). The stored charge specified is the difference between these two readings. 

(3) The Tektronix diode recovery time plug-in unit, type S, can be used for approximate stored 

char S e 
measurements. 

The stored 

charge reading 

in the type S 

under the 

conditions ioo 

If = 1 mA, 

In = 2 mA, <i 

measuring u, 

to Vf = | 

volts, will o 

be up to g 

a factor of ;>, 

2 lower than" io< 

the stored 

charge 

i 5( 

measured 
according 
to method 
4061, because 
of the lower 
rate of charge 
withdrawal lc 
using the type S. 



1N4156, 7 


1N4453 


1N4829, 30 


1N5179 


MPD200 


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Figure 1 




I F - FORWARD CURRENT mA 

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VOLTAGE 
SOURCE 



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V F - FORWARD VOLTAGE -VOLTS 



Figure 3 



IN 4453 



Q-: 



1N4830 
1N4157 
MPD300 



2.9 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 



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I MIN. 



Figure 4 



CATHODE L_ 1 075 D|A .022 J 

BAND 060 .018 



I. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES AND ARE REFERENCE 
UNLESS TOLERANCED. 



1 N4829 
1N4156 
MPD200 



E3H 



7 

CATHODE 
BAND 



TN5I79 
MPD400 




CATHODE L_ ,075 D|A ^022 j 

BAND 060 .018 



3. 8O0Y CONTOUR IS OPTIONAL WITHIN THE DIMENSIONS 
GIVEN. SLUGS, IF ANY, ARE INCLUDED WITHIN THIS 
CYLINDER AND ARE NOT SUBJECT TO THE 
MINIMUM BODY DIAMETER. 

4. NOMINAL LEAD LENGTH IS I.ZBO. 



267 



1N4156, 7 


1N4453 


1N4829, 30 


1ISI5179 


MPD200 


MPD300 


MPD400 



TYPICAL APPLICATIONS 

(Also — See Multi-pellet Diode Application Notes 90.60 and 90.61) 
Level-shifting in DTL Circuits 

+ I2V 



A O 



2N708 




A B C D E 



Figure 5 



For the NAND gate in Fig. 5, the MPD300 multi-pellet diode provides for level-shifting so that only one power supply is 
required. Due to its high stored charge and the subsequent long recovery time, the MPD300 speeds up the transistor turn-off 
time by providing it with a reverse base current large enough to draw the stored charge out of the base of the transistor. 
Turn-off time is reduced by a factor of 2 to 3 compared to the use of 3 ordinary diodes in series. When a faster transistor, like 
the 2N2368 is used, similar improvement in performance is achieved. For a slow non-gold-doped type transistor, like the 
2N3973 similar improvement is also obtained provided that a resistor in the vicinity of 1.5K is connected from the base to 
ground. In multi-level logic application, a propagation delay time of about 10 nsecs and with a fan-out of 1 to 5 is attainable 
when 2N708 or 2N2368 transistors are used. 

Split Power Supply and Voltage Regulator for Transistor Circuits 





I 



V 6 

s o-A/W 

+ I2V 




2N34I5 



* Rl R v l 

fy 5 mA S L 




2N34I5 



Figure 6 

The very simple voltage regulator in Fig. 6a provides good regulation against change in voltage source (about %% ) and has 
a low output impedance equal to dynamic impedance of the multi-pellet diode, which is approximately 5 ohms for this circuit. 
Efficiency is high compared to a resistive voltage divider regulator for the same output impedance. The latter regulator also 
gives no regulation against change in voltage source. In Fig. 6b, better regulation against change in voltage source is acquired 
by the use of a double diode shunt type configuration. Output impedance is the same as in Fig. 6a. Efficiency is lowered some- 
what but a much better regulation against change in voltage source is achieved (about 0.07%). 

In Fig. 6c and d an emitter follower is added to the output. Output impedance is a little higher than the 2 preceding circuits, 
but higher efficiency and higher regulation against change in voltage source are obtained. 



268 



DC Coupling for Multivibrators 




Temperature Compensated Constant 
Current Source 



Figure 7 

The use of MPD300's in this astable multivibrator (Fig. 7) 
provides dc level-shifting to give the desired output voltage 
swing. Only one capacitor is required. Stable operation is 
achieved from a few cycles per second to about 10MHz. 
This circuit operates out of saturation region and switch- 
ing transistors are not required. A risetime of about 5 
nsecs is obtainable when high frequency transistors like 
the 2N3663's are used. Typical 2N3859's and 2N3901's will 
give risetimes of 10 and 20 nsecs respectively. 

Biasing and Current Limiting for Push-pull Amplifiers 




1N4156, 7 


1N4453 


1N4829, 30 


1N5179 


MPD200 


MPD300 


MPD400 



"BB 
6V 



Figure 8 

In Fig. 8 the 2-pellet diode is used to compensate for the 
variation of Vbe due to temperature changes. Output re- 
sistance is approximately h„ b , the collector output imped- 
ance of the transistor. 




Signal Limiting 



Figure 9 




P- 



Figure 10 

DC Coupling for Transistor Amplifiers 




Figure 1 1 

Very simple amplifiers as shown in Fig. 11 can be built 
using MPD's to provide low ac impedance voltage bias. 
When feedback is appropriately applied, temperature sta- 
bility can be obtained. Simplicity, compactness and good 
low frequency response are the main advantages of this 
type of circuit. 



The power amplifier in Fig. 9 is based upon a complemen- 
tary push-pull operation driven by a class A driver ampli- 
fier. Ac and dc feedback is provided through R 3 . A MPD200 
not only biases the quiescent operating point so that cross- 
over distortion is eliminated but also provides temperature 
compensation. The other 2 MPD200's limit the emitter cur- 
rent and hence protect the output transistors. 



Using the multi-pellet diodes there is a variety of signal 
limiting at various thresholds (Fig. 10). 



Current Limiting 



I 




269 



Figure 12 

The emitter current is limited by the 2-peliet MPD200, 
thereby the transistor is protected (Fig. 12). The maxi- 
mum emitter current is (Vd — Vbe) /Re which is independ- 
ent of load, base drive and power supply. Using this con- 
figuration, current limiting can be applied to switching 
circuits, amplifiers, voltage and current regulators. 



Passivated 

Rectifier 

TRANSIENT VOLTAGE PROTECTED 
2.5 Amps 200-1000 Volts 



1IM4305 SEE PAGE 229 



THE GENERAL ELECTRIC 1N4245-49 SERIES ARE A14 TYPES, 2.5 AMPERE 
RATED AXIAL-LEADED, GENERAL PURPOSE RECTIFIERS. DUAL HEAT- 
SINKCONSTRUCTION PROVIDES RIGID MECHANICAL SUPPORT FOR THE 
PELLET AND EXCELLENT THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS. PASSIVATION 
AND PROTECTION OF THE SILICON PELLETS PN JUNCTION ARE PRO- 
VIDED BY SOLID GLASS; NO ORGANIC MATERIALS ARE PRESENT WITH- 
IN THE HERMETICALLY-SEALED PACKAGE. 

The 1N4245-49 series (Al4's) are "Transient-Voltage Protected." These devices 
will dissipate up to 1 000 watts in the reverse direction without damage. Voltage 
transients generated by household or industrial power lines are dissipated. 



IN4245 



IN4246 



IN4247 



IN4248 



IN4249 




200 
200 



400 
400 



I 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°c unless otherwise specified) 

1 N4245 1 N4246 

♦Reverse Voltage (-65 to +160°C, Tj) 

Working Peak, V KWM 

DC,V R 
♦Average Forward Current, I 

55°C ambient (see rating curves) 

25°C 

*Peak Surge Forward Current, I FSM 
Non-repetitive, .0083 sec 
Half sine wave 
Full load JEDEC method 
Peak Surge Forward Current, I FSM 
Non-repetitive, .001 sec 
Half sine wave 
Full load 160 °C,Tj 
No Load (25°CCase) 
* Junction Operating Temperature Range, Tj 
♦Storage Temperature Range, T gTG 

Pt, RMS for fusing, .001 to .01 sec. « 

Peak Non-Repetitive Reverse 

Power Rating, P RM * " 

(20 /xsec. half sine wave, at Max. Tj) 

Mounting : Any position. Lead temperature 290 °C maximum to i/ 8 " 
from body for 5 seconds maximum during mounting. 



1N4247 1N4248 1 N4249 



600 
600 



800 
800 



1000 
1000 



1.0 
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electrical characteristics: (25°c unless otherwise specified) 

* Maximum Forward Voltage Drop, V FM * 

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* Maximum Reverse Current, I RM 

at rated V R 

Tj = +25°C * 

T, = +125°C 

Typical Reverse Recovery Time, t rr < 

Maximum Reverse Recovery Time, t rr ♦ 

(Recovery Circuit Per MIL-S-19500/286B) 
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Silicon 

Diode 



1N4450 SEE PAGE 258 



1N4446-49 SEE PAGE 205 




The General Electric 1N4444 Double Heatsink Diode is a low capacitance diode for low and 
high current high speed switching circuits and general purpose applications. The diode incor- 
porates an oxide passivated planar structure built on a high resistivity, epitaxial layer grown on 
a low resistivity silicon substrate. The 1N4444 offers controlled conductance, minimum and 
maximum forward voltages at four levels of forward current. This closely controlled conduc- 
tance is necessary for the design of clamping and logic circuits where tight tolerances on vol- 
tage levels are required. 

All Double Heatsink Diodes receive a one hour glass anneal bake at 425°C. This processing 
optimizes DHD hermetic integrity under temperature cycling and thermal shock conditions ex- 
ceeding MIL-S-19500C requirements. All DHD's then receive a 300°C stabilization bake for 
168 hours to assure paramenter stability and reliability under maximum storage and operating 
junction temperature. 




absolute maximum ratings: 



Voltage 



Reverse 



Current 



Average Rectified 
Recurrent Peak Forward 
Forward Steady-State DC 
Peak Forward Surge (1 ^sec) 



Power 

Dissipation 

Temperature 

Operating 

Storage 

Lead, Vis" ± V&2" from case for 10 sec. 



IN 4444 

50 

200 

600 

250 

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< 65 to +200- 

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electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



Forward Voltage 

(I P = 0.1 ma) 
(If = 1.0 ma) 
(I F = 10 ma) 
(If = 100 ma) 

Breakdown Voltage 
(Ib = 5 11a) 
(I* = 100>a) 

Reverse Current 
(V, = 50 V) 

(V» = 50 V, Ta = +150°C) 
(Vb = 80 V) 
(VB = 80V,T i = -|-150 o C) 

Capacitance 

(V K = 0V) (Notel) 

Reverse Recovery Time 

(If = Ib = 10 ma, Recover to 1 ma) (Fig. 1) 



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Ib 



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Min. Max. 

440 550 
560 680 
690 820 

850 1000 

70 



50 
50 



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(1) Capacitance as measured on Boonton Model 75 A capacitance bridge at a signal 
level of 50 mv and a frequency of 1 mc. 



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Silicon 

Diodes 



1IM4453 SEE PAGE 266 



1N4454 SEE PAGE 262 



1N4451 



1N4607.8 



This family of General Electric Double Heatsink Diodes are high conductance, 
high speed switching units for logic, core and hammer driver circuits, and general 
purpose applications. These diodes incorporate an oxide passivated planar structure 
built in a high resistivity, epitaxial layer grown on a low resistivity silicon sub- 
strate. 

The 1N4451, 1N4607, and 1N4608 feature controlled conductance with minimum 
and maximum forward voltages at four levels of forward current. This closely con- 
trolled conductance is necessary for the design of clamping and logic circuits where 
tight tolerances on voltage levels are required. 




absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) 



Voltage 

Reverse 
Current 

Average Rectified 

Recurrent Peak Forward 

Forward Steady-State DC 

Peak Forward Surge (1 /usee, pulse) 
Power 

Dissipation* 
Temperature 

Operating 

Storage 



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30 



1N4607 

70 



1N4608 

70 



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600 

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electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



Forward Voltage 

(If = 100/lA) 

(If = 1mA) 
(If = 10mA) 
(If = 100mA) t 
(If = 250mA) f 
(If = 300mA) t 
(If = 350mA) t 
(If = 400mA )f 
(If = 450mA) f 
(If = 500mA) f 

Breakdown Voltage 

(Ie = 5 M A) 
(Ik = 100 M A) 







1N4451 




1 N4607 


1N4608 






Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


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Vf 


400 


500 


390 


500 


390 


490 


mV 


Vf 


510 


610 


500 


610 


500 


600 


mV 


Vf 


620 


720 


610 


720 


610 


710 


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Vf 


750 


875 


740 


870 


740 


850 


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Vf 






810 


950 


810 


930 


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Vf 




1000 










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1000 


840 


960 


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85 




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1N4451 



1N4607, 8 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) 



(unless otherwise specified) 



Reverse Current 

(V E = 30V) 

(V B = 30V,T A = 150°C) 

(V r = 50V) 

(V„ = 50V, Ta = 100°C) 

(V K = 70V) 

Capacitance 

(V E = OV)J 

Reverse Recovery Time 

(If = Ir = 10mA, Recover 

to 1mA, Fig. 3) 
(If = Ir = 500mA, Recover 

to 50mA, Fig. 4) 

Stored Charge (Note 1) 
(If = 10mA) § 





1N4451 


1 N4607 


1 N4608 






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Min. Max. 


Min. Max. 




Ir 


50 






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t Capacitance as measured on Boonton Model 75A capacitance bridge at a signal level of 50 mV and a frequency of 1 MHz. 

§Stored Charge as measured on B-Line Electronics Model QS-3 stored charge meter. Pulse amplitude = 5 volts, pulse width = 5 nsec, rise time 
nsec, source impedance = 10 ohms. 



NOTE 1: STORED CHARGE 

When a forward biased diode is subjected to a reverse voltage step a reverse current 
will flow for a short time as a result of the stored charge consisting of minority carriers 
in the vicinity of the junction. The typical waveform of reverse current vs time for a 
diode subjected to a large reverse voltage is shown in Figure 1. The time required for 
the diode to recover its reverse blocking condition will depend on the quantity of charge 
stored and the rate at which the charge is removed by recombination inside the diode 
and by current flowing in the external circuit. Conventionally, the speed of a diode is 
characterized by the reverse recovery time, t, r , measured to some arbitrary current 
level as in Figure 1. However, for higher speed diodes reverse recovery time is not a 
satisfactory parameter for characterizing the speed of the diode since it is dependent 
on arbitrary circuit conditions and is very dependent on the construction of the test 
circuit. Stored charge, on the other hand, is measured by integrating the reverse cur- 
rent of the diode (as shown by the shaded area in Figure 1), and is consequently much 
less dependent on the construction of the test circuit and on arbitrary circuit conditions. 
Stored charge is a more ideal parameter for characterizing the speed of a diode since 
it represents an intrinsic characteristic of the diode and can be measured with good 
reproducibility on low cost instruments which have direct meter readout. 

Stored charge can be correlated with reverse recovery time measurements on a 
specific t„ test jig. Typical correlation curves are shown on the graph below. 

References : 

(1) JEDEC Proposed Method for Direct Measurement of Diode Stored Charge, JS-2-65-11 

(2) "Measurement of Stored Charge in High Speed Diodes," T. P. Sylvan Application Note #90.30 
(available on request) 



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RECOVERY WAVEFORM 
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277 



Silicon 

Rectifier 



I 1N4510-11 ~| 



CONTROLLED AVALANCHE RECTIFIERS FROM GENERAL ELECTRIC 

Feature These Advances in Silicon Rectifier Diode Applications: 

• Self -protection against normal voltage transients. Dissipates up to 3900 watts 
peak power in the reverse direction. Permits decreased PRV safety factors in 
equipment due to greatly reduced transient voltage vulnerability. 

• Unmatched standards of reliability at PRV's up to 1200 volts, as well as at 
lower voltages. . 

• Protection of other circuit components against oyervoltage through rigidly 
specified maximum/minimum avalanche characteristics. 

• Make ideal voltage equalizing elements for series connected SCR's and conven- 
tional rectifier diodes. Also for anode triggering SCR's to prevent damage from 
voltage transients in the forward direction. 

• Simplified series operation of rectifiers in high-voltage applications ... no shunt- 
ing resistors necessary for Controlled Avalanche Rectifiers. Makes possible com- 
pact high-voltage assemblies. 

• Can operate in the avalanche breakdown region at high voltages . . . unharmed by 
hi-pot and megger tests. 

To be designated "Controlled Avalanche" a GE silicon rectifier diode must : 

1. Have rigidly specified maximum and minimum avalanche voltage characteristics ; 

2. Be able to operate in its avalanche region without damage at any junction temperature up to a maximum 
of 175°C;and 

3. Be able to absorb momentary power surges in the avalanche region, and have ratings defining this capa- 
bility at starting junction temperatures of 25°C and 175°C. 

For information on the application of Controlled Avalanche Rectifiers, see Publication No. 200.27, "An Introduction To The Controlled Avalanche Silicon 
Rectifier". Copies may be obtained from: General Electric Company, Distribution Services, Bld B . 6, Room 208, 1 River Road, Schenectady, New York lidUb. 




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Type 


Repetitive & Working 
Peak Reverse Voltage* 

V,iM<rep), VuM(wkg) 

Tj = — 65°C to +175°C 

(Note: 1) 


MINIMUM Avalanche Breakdown 

Voltage, BV„, (5 mA test 

current at T.r = 25°C) 


MAXIMUM Avalanche Breakdown 

Voltage, BV„, (5 mA test 

current at Tj = 25°C) 


Full-Load Reverse Current 

(full-cycle avg., 135°C Tc, 

1 <p), Ir(av) 


Volts** 


Volts 


Volts 


Milliamperes** 




1N4510.R 
1M4511.R 


1000 
1200 


1250 
1500 


1550 
1930 


1.75 
1.5 



Average Forward Current, I„ (T«. = +135°C, single phase) 
Peak Once-Cycle Surge Current (non-repetitive), I FM (surge) 
Minimum Pt Rating (see Curve 6) 
Reverse Power Surge (non-repetitive, 10 //.sec, square wave) 

Tj = +25°C _ . - 

T. T = +175°C -.. 

(For other conditions, see Curve 2) 

Average DC Reverse Power in Breakdown Region (— 65°C — TV — +135°C 

Peak Reverse Power in Breakdown Region (repetitive) (Note: 2) 

Forward Peak Voltage Drop, V™ (TV = +135°C, I„ = 12 ampere avg.) 

Thermal Resistance, #. T . 

Operating Junction Temperature, T. T 

Storage Temperature, T„, K 

Stud Torque 

14 



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240 Amperes** 
67 Ampere 2 seconds 



3.9 Kilowatts 
1.5 Kilowatts 



(Note: 2) 



10 Watts** 
50 Watts 
1.4 Volts** 
2.0°C/Watt 
-65°Cto +175°C** 
-65°C to +200°C** 
12 Lb-in (Min), 15 Lb-in (Max) 
Kg-cm (Min), 17.5 Kg-cm (Max) 



r>r less, at maximum rated junction temperature. 



♦Maximum voltages apply with a heatsink thermal resistance of 10°C/watt : 
♦•Indicates values included in JEDEC Type Number Registration. 

(1) VRMfrep) applies fur a conventional AC to DC conversion application. Vu\i(rep) and Vi<\i<wkg) e 
tional reverse power generation is taken into account by allowing for its influence on the forwar 
regulator diode applications would apply. 

(2) These ratings assume no forward power dissipation. In applications requiring both forward and rev 
ture as determined from the maximum case temperature versus average forward current curve by 
dissipation. 

(3) Case temperature, Tc, is measured at the center of any one of the hex flats. 



an be considered unlimited providing that the adeli- 
d current rating. Consideration-* similar to voltage 

erse average power dissipation, reduce case tempera- 
2.0" C for every watt of average reverse powt-r 



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TRY THESE SIMPLE TESTS TO PROVE HOW SUPERIOR CONTROLLED 
AVALANCHE RECTIFIERS ARE COMPARED TO OTHER RECTIFIERS: 

True Controlled Avalanche Rectifiers Will Not Be Damaged In Any Way By These Tests. 



STEADY-STATE 

This test operates the rectifier in its high volt- 
age avalanche region at a continuous power 
dissipation level of approximately 5 watts, at 
avalanche voltages over 800 volts. This is a 
test for surface stability at high voltage. 



REVERSE IMPULSE 

This tests the ability of the rectifier to with- 
stand high transient voltages and to dissipate 
high levels of peak power in the reverse direc- 
tion. Peak reverse power for rectifiers with 
avalanche voltages above 800 volts is over 250 
watts in this circuit. 



ADJUST FOR 
3KV PEAK VOLTAGE 
ON TRANSFORMER 
SECONDARY 





UTC S-4T TRANSFORMER 
OR EQUAL. 117 VOLT PRI., 
3KV SEC, 30 MA. MIN. 



TEST RECTIFIERS 
SHOULD BE 

MOUNTED TO HEATSINK 
TO PREVENT THERMAL 
RUNAWAY. CASE TO 
AMBIENT THERMAL 
RESISTANCE SHOULD 
NOT EXCEED 28*C/W 



Test 
Rectifier 


R Ohms 


1N4510 
1N4511 


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100K 



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UTC S-49 TRANSFORMER 

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Rectifier 


R Ohms 


1N4510 
1N4511 


12K 
12K 



The impulse voltage 
and current in the test 
rectifier can be viewed 
by connecting a scope 
between the indicated 
voltage and current 
taps and ground. 



I 



FACTORY CONTROL TESTS 

General Electric Controlled Avalanche Rectifiers are subjected to rigorous tests to assure capability to the 
above conditions. In addition, production units undergo tests to control : 



• Minimum/maximum avalanche voltage 

• Elevated temperature reverse current 

• Package leaks (helium leak test) 

• Internal thermal resistance 



• 5 temperature cycles (-65°C to +175°C) 

• 240 ampere forward surge current capability 

• Forward voltage drop 

• Reverse power surge 

281 



CONTROLLED AVALANCHE 

Silicon Rectifier 

35A Avg. Up to 1200V 



1N4529-30 | 



1N4531 SEE PAGE 205 



1N4532-34 SEE PAGE 262 



1N4536 SEE PAGE 205 



CONTROLLED AVALANCHE RECTIFIERS FROM GENERAL ELECTRIC 

Feature These Advances in Silicon Rectifier Diode Applications: 

Self -protection against normal voltage transients. Dissipates up to 12,000 watts 
peak power in the reverse direction. Permits decreased PRV safety factors in 
equipment due to greatly reduced transient voltage vulnerability. 

• Unmatched standards of reliability at PRV's up to 1200 volts, as well as at 
lower voltages. 

• Protection of other circuit components against overvoltage through rigidly 
specified maximum/minimum avalanche characteristics. 

• Make ideal voltage equalizing elements for series connected SCR's and conven- 
tional rectifier diodes. Also for anode triggering SCR's to prevent damage from 
voltage transients in the forward direction. 

• Simplified series operation of rectifiers in high-voltage applications ... no shunt- 
ing resistors necessary for Controlled Avalanche Rectifiers. Makes possible com- 
pact high-voltage assemblies. 

• Can operate in the avalanche breakdown region at high voltages . . . unharmed by 
hi-pot and megger tests. 

To be designated "Controlled Avalanche" a GE silicon rectifier diode must : 

1. Have rigidly specified maximum and minimum avalanche voltage characteristics ; 

2. Be able to operate in its avalanche region without damage at any junction temperature up to a maximum 
of 175 °C ; and 

3. Be able to absorb momentary power surges in the avalanche region, and have ratings defining this capa- 
bility at starting junction temperatures of 25°C and 175°C. 

For information on the application of Controlled Avalanche Rectifiers, see Publication No. 200.27, "An Introduction To The Controlled Avalanche Silicon 
Rectifier". Copies may be obtained from: General Electric Company, Distribution Services, Bldg. 6, Room 208, 1 River Road, Schenectady, New York 12305. 




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Type 


Repetitive & Working 

Peak Reverse Voltage* 

Viui(rep), Vuu(wkg) 

Tj = — 65°C to +175°C 

(Note: 1) 


MINIMUM Avalanche Breakdown 

Voltage, BVn, (5 mA test 

current at T.i = 25°C) 


MAXIMUM Avalanche Breakdown 

Voltage, BVn, (5 mA test 

current at Tj = 25°C) 


Full-Load Reverse Current 
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1N4529.R 
1N4530.R 


1000 
1200 


1250 
1500 


1550 
1930 


2.5 
2.0 



Average Forward Current, I (T = +115°C, single phase) 35 Amperes** 

Peak One-Cycle Surge Current (non-repetitive), I FM (surge) 500 Amperes** 

Minimum Pt Rating (see Curve 6) 500 Ampere 2 seconds 

Reverse Power Surge (non-repetitive, 10 fisec., square wave) 

Tj = +25 °C 12 Kilowatts 

Tj = +175°C 4.5 Kilowatts 

(For other conditions, see Curve 2) 

Average DC Reverse Power in Breakdown Region (-65°C ^ T c =^ +115°C) (Note: 2) 20 Watts** 

Peak Reverse Power in Breakdown Region (repetitive) (Note: 2) 100 Watts 

Forward Peak Voltage Drop, V PM (T = +115°C, I = 12 ampere avg.) 1.4 Volts** 

Thermal Resistance, 0J.C-- - - --..... . 1.0°C/Watt 

Operating Junction Temperature, T. T -65°C to +175°C** 

Storage Temperature, T stg . -65°C to +200°C** 

Stud Torque 30 Lb-in 

♦Maximum voltages apply with a heatsink thermal resistance of 8°C/watt, or less, at maximum rated junction temperature. **** JYg-Cm 

♦•Indicates values included in JEDEC Type Number Registration. 
NOTES: 

(1) VRM(rep) applies for a conventional AC to DC conversion application. VnM(rep) and VRii(wkg) can be considered unlimited providing that the addi- 
tional reverse power generation is taken into account by allowing for its influence on the forward current rating. Considerations similar to voltage 
regulator diode applications would apply. 

(2) These ratings assume no forward power dissipation. In applications requiring both forward and reverse average power dissipation, reduce case tem- 
perature as determined from the maximum case temperature versus average forward current curve by 2.0°C for every watt of average reverse power 
dissipation. 

(3) Case temperature, Tc, is measured at the center of any one of the hex flats. 



282 




1IM4529-30 



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1N4529-30 



OUTLINE DRAWING 



SYMBOL 


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MILLIMETERS 


NOTES 


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MAX. 


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NOTES: 

I. COMPLETE THREADS TO EXTEND TO WITHIN 2- 

THREADS OF SEATING PLANE. 
2. ANGULAR ORIENTATION OF TERMINAL IS UNDEFINED. 
3. 1/4-28 UNF-2A. MAXIMUM PITCH DIAMETER OF PLATED 

THREADS SHALL BE BASIC PITCH DIAMETER (.2268" 574MM) 

REF. (SCREW THREAD STANDARDS FOR FEDERAL SERVICES 

1957) HANDBOOK H28 1957 PI. 
4. MINIMUM FLAT. 

EIA-NEMA STANDARD OUTLINE, NEMA SK-5I- EIA RS-241 
INSULATING HARDWARE IS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. 

COMPLIES WITH EIA REGISTERED OUTLINE DO-5 



TRY THESE SIMPLE TESTS TO PROVE HOW SUPERIOR CONTROLLED 
AVALANCHE RECTIFIERS ARE COMPARED TO OTHER RECTIFIERS: 

True Controlled Avalanche Rectifiers Will Not Be Damaged In Any Way By These Tests. 



STEADY-STATE 

This test operates the rectifier in its high volt- 
age avalanche region at a continuous power 
dissipation level of approximately 10 watts, at 
avalanche voltages over 800 volts. This is a test 
for surface stability at high voltage. 



ADJUST FOR 
3KV PEAK V0LTA6E 
ON TRANSFORMER 
SECONDARY 



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r 




TEST RECTIFIERS 
SHOULD BE 

MOUNTED TO HEATSINK 
TO PREVENT THERMAL 
RUNAWAY. CASE TO 
AMBIENT THERMAL 
RESISTANCE SHOULD 
NOT EXCEED 28*C/W. 



UTC S-47 TRANSFORMER 
OR EQUAL. 117 VOLT PRI., 
3KV SEC, 30 MA. MIN. 



Test 
Rectifier 


R Ohms 


IN 4529 
1N4530 


50K 
50K 



REVERSE IMPULSE 

This tests the ability of the rectifier to with- 
stand high transient voltages and to dissipate 
high levels of peak power in the reverse direc- 
tion. Peak reverse power for rectifiers with 
avalanche voltages above 800 volts is over 500 
watts in this circuit. 



10 KV RECTIFIER 
(6-E 4JA42IEH20ABI 



NEEDLE SPARK SAP. 
ADJUST FOR SPARKOVER 
AT 5000 VOLTS 



ii7 vac: 



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CURRENT LIMITING 
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TEST RECTIFIER 
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UTC S-49 TRANSFORMER 

OR EQUAL. 117 VOLT PRI, " " 

4 KV SECONDARY, 

10 MA. MIN. 

(DO NOT GROUND TRANSFORMER CASE) 



I 



Test 
Rectifier 


R Ohms 


1N4529 
1N4530 


6K 
6K 



The impulse voltage 
and current in the test 
rectifier can be viewed 
by connecting a scope 
between the indicated 
voltage and current 
taps and ground. 



FACTORY CONTROL TESTS 

General Electric Controlled Avalanche Rectifiers are subjected to rigorous tests to assure capability to the 
above conditions. In addition, production units undergo tests to control : 

• Minimum/maximum avalanche voltage • 5 temperature cycles (-65° to +175°C) 

• Elevated temperature reverse current • 500 ampere forward surge current capability 

• Package leaks (helium leak test) • Forward voltage drop 

• Internal thermal resistance • Reverse power surge 

285 



Silicon 

Diode 



1N4606 SEE PAGE 258 



1N4607-8 SEE PAGE 274 



IN4727 



The General Electric type lN4727is a very high speed silicon planar epitaxial passivated 
diode for computer circuits, switching circuits and general purpose applications. It features maximum 
limits on junction capacitance and stored charge to ensure reproducible performance in high speed switch- 
ing circuits. 

The A291 is a power silicon rectifier diode for use in applications requiring blocking voltages up to 2000 
volts and forward current ratings up to 250 amperes average in single phase applications. This device was 
formerly known as 6RW51, and is reverse polarity device. The stud is the anode. 




absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 

1N4727 



Voltage 

Reverse (continuous operating) 

Current 

Average Rectified 

Forward Steady-State DC 

Recurrent Peak Forward 

Peak Forward Surge (1 /*sec. @ 1% Duty Cycle) 

Power 

(with Heatsinking .250" from end of diode body) 
Dissipation (Note 1) 
Dissipation (125°C) (Note 2) 

Temperature 

Operating 

Storage 

Lead (Vie ± Vs2 inch from case for 10 sec.) 

Derate 

Note 1 : For ambient temperature above 25° C 
Note 2 : For ambient temperature above 125 °C 



20 



volts 





75 

115 

225 

2000 




mA 
mA 
mA 
mA 




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200 




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300 


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°C 
°C 




3.0 
4.0 




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mW/X 




.032 ± .002 DIA. 



CATHODE END 



NOTE: 

ALL DIMENSIONS 
IN INCHES 

1N4727, DHD 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



Breakdown Voltage (Ir = 5 fiA) 

Forward Voltage (If = 10 mA) 

Reverie Current (Vh — 20V) 
(Vr = 20V, Ta = 100°C) 

Stored Charge (Note 5) 
(If = 10 mA) (Note 3) 



Capacitance 

(Vr = 0V) (Note 4) 



By 

V r 

Ir 
Ir 

Qs 





1N4727 






Min. 


Typ. 


Max. 




30 






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0.79 


0.85 


Volts 




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0.1 
10 


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24 


40 


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1.5 


4 


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Note 3: Stored charge as measured on B-Line Electronics model QS-3 Stored Charge Meter (pulse 
amplitude = 5 volts, pulse width = 50 ns, rise time = 0.4 ns, source impedance = 10 ohms) 

Note 4 : Capacitance as measured on Boonton Electronics model 75A Capacitance Bridge at a sig- 
nal level of 50 mv rms and a frequency of 1 mc. 



286 



1N4727 



NOTE S: STORED CHARGE 

^n 6 fl a £ 0rwar < 1 biased diode is subjected to a reverse voltage step a reverse current 
will flow for a short time as a result of the stored charge consisting of minority carriers 
in the vicinity of the junction. The typical waveform of reverse current vs time for a 
diode subjected to a large reverse voltage is shown in Figure 1. The time required for 
the diode to recover its reverse blocking condition will depend on the quantity of charge 
stored and the rate at which the charge is removed by recombination inside the diode 
and by current flowing m the external circuit. Conventionally, the speed of a diode is 
characterized by the reverse recovery time, t„, measured to some arbitrary current 
level as in Figure 1. However, for higher speed diodes reverse recovery time is not a 
satisfactory parameter for characterizing the speed of the diode since it is dependent 
on arbitrary circuit conditions and is very dependent on the construction of the test 
circuit stored charge, on the other hand, is measured by integrating the reverse cur- 
rent of the diode (as shown by the shaded area in Figure 1), and is consequently much 
less dependent on the construction of the test circuit and on arbitrary circuit conditions, 
btored charge is a more ideal parameter for characterizing the speed of a diode since 
it represents an intrinsic characteristic of the diode and can be measured with good 
reproducibility on low cost instruments which have direct meter readout. 

Stored charge can be correlated with reverse recovery time measurements on a 
specific t„ test jig. Typical correlation curves are shown on the graph below. 

References : 

ill iW EC Pr °P° sed Method for Direct Measurement of Diode Stored Charge, JS-2-65-11 
(2) Measurement of Stored Charge in High Speed Diodes," T. P. Sylvan Application Note #90.30 (avail- 
able on request) ( 




TYPICAL REVERSE 

RECOVERY WAVEFORM 

FOR A HIGH SPEED DIODE 

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287 



Silicon 

Diodes 



1N4829-30 SEE PAGE 266 



IN4863 



The General Electric 1N4863 Double Heatsink Diode is a high voltage, low capacitance diode for low- 
and high-current, high-speed switching circuits and general purpose applications. This diode incorporates 
an oxide-passivated, planar structure built on a high resistivity, epitaxial layer grown on a low resistivity 
silicon substrate. The 1N4863 offers controlled conductance, minimum and maximum forward voltage 
at four levels of forward current. This closely-controlled conductance is necessary for the design of 
clamping and logic circuits where tight tolerances on voltage levels are required. 

All Double Heatsink Diodes receive a one-hour glass anneal bake at 425°C. This processing optimizes 
DHD hermetic integrity under temperature cycling and thermal shock conditions exceeding MIL-S-19 
19500C requirements. All DHD's then receive a 300°C stabilization bake for 168 hours to assure para- 
meter stability and reliability under maximum storage and operating junction temperature(s). 

absolute maximum ratings: 



Voltage 



Reverse (Continuous) 



Current 



Power 



Average Rectified 
Recurrent Peak Forward 
Forward Steady-State DC 
Peak Forward Surge (1 /usee) 

Dissipation 



Temperature 

Operating 

Storage 

Lead, Va" ± Vsi" 



from case for 10 sec. 



1N4863 

50 

200 
600 
250 

4 



500 

-65 to +200 

-65 to +200 

300 



volts 

ma 
ma 
ma 
amps 



°C 

•c 

°C 




-1.250- 



0.155 



0.021 W 

0.019 . .__ 

2 DIA. ' / 

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0.180 
MAX 



a 075 



>3 . 1 0075 

y-* 0.060 



032±002 DIA- 

CATHODE END- 
NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES 



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electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 

Forward Voltage 

(If = 0.1 ma) V, 

(If = 1.0 ma) Vr 

(I, = 10 ma) Vf 

(If = 100 ma) (Note 1) V F 

Breakdown Voltage 

(Ib = 5 /»a) Bv 

(I„ = 100/ia) B T 

Reverse Current 

(V B = 50 V) Ib 

(Vb = 50 V, T A = +150°C) Is 

(Vb = 80 V) Ib 

(Vb = 80V,Ta = +150°C) Ib 

Capacitance 

(Vb = 0V) (Note 2) C„ 

Reverse Recovery Time 

(If = Ib = 10 ma, Recover to 1 ma) (Fig. 1) t„ 

(If = 10 ma, V» = 6V,Rl= 100O, Recover t„ 
tolma) (Fig. 1) 

(If = Ib = 100 ma, Recover to 10 ma) (Fig. 2) t,r 



IN4863 




Min. 


Max. 




440 


550 


mv 


560 


680 


mv 


690 


820 


mv 


830 


1200 


mv 


70 




volts 
volts 




50 


na 




50 


na 

fia 




2 


pf 




7 


nsec 
nsec 



note: 

(1) Pulsed measurement (Pulse width < 300 ^sec, Duty cycle < 2%) . 

(2) Capacitance as measured on Boonton Model 75A capacitance bridge at a signal 
level of 50 mv and a frequency of 1 mc. 



288 



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TEST 



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RISE TIME 

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TRIGGER 



TEKTRONIX 

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SAMPLING PLUG 

IN UNIT 

RISE TIME 
<.6NS 



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289 



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log 



Passivated 

Rectifier 

TRANSIENT VOLTAGE PROTECTED 

2.5 Amps 200-1000 Volts 



THE GENERAL ELECTRIC A14 IS A 2.5 AMPERE RATED, AXIAL-LEADED 
GENERAL PURPOSE RECTIFIER. DUAL HEATSINK CONSTRUCTION PRO- 
VIDES RIGID MECHANICAL SUPPORT FOR THE PELLET AND EXCELLENT 
THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS. PASSIVATION AND PROTECTION OF THE 
SILICON PELLETS PN JUNCTION ARE PROVIDED BY SOLID GLASS; NO 
ORGANIC MATERIALS ARE PRESENT WITHIN THE HERMETICALLY 
SEALED PACKAGE. 

The A14 is "Transient- Voltage Protected." This device will dissipate up to 1000 
watts in the reverse direction without damage. Voltage Transients generated by 
household or industrial power lines are dissipated. 

absolute maximum ratings: (25°c unless otherwise specified) 

1N5059 1N5060 1N5061 

♦Reverse Voltage (-65°C to +175°C,Tj) (A14B) (AMD) (A14M) 
(-65°C to +165°C for 1N5062 and A14P) 

Working Peak, V RWM 200 400 600 

DC, V R 200 400 600 

*Average Forward Current, I 

*100°C Ambient (90°C for 1N5062 and A14P) * 

25°C Ambient (See Rating Curves) "* 



A14 SERIES 



1N5059 



1N5060 



1N5061 



1N5062 



A14P 




1 N5062 

(A14N) 

800 
800 



A14P 



1000 
1000 



1.0 
2.5 



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*Peak Surge Forward Current, I FSM 

Non-repetitive, .0083 sec, half sine wave, 
Full Load JEDEC Method 
No Load (25°CCase) 

Peak Surge Forward Current, I FSM 

Non-repetitive, .001 sec, half sine wave, 
Full Load 
No Load (25°C Case) 

♦Junction Operating and Storage 
Temperature Range, T T & T STG 
I-t, RMS (for fusing), .001 to .01 sec. 
Maximum Avalanche Voltage 
Peak Non-repetitive Reverse Power Rating, P RM 

20 fj.sec, half sine wave, at Max. T T 
*100 M sec, JEDEC 



50 
65 



90 
100 



65 to + 175-*- 



65 to +165' 



4.0 
1600 

1000 
450 



Volts 
Volts 

Amp 
Amp 



Amps 
Amps 



Amps 
Amps 

°C 

Amps- sec. 
Volts 

Watts 
Watts 



-Mounting: Any position. Lead Temperature 290°C maximum to % inch from body for 5 seconds maximum during 
mounting. 



eleCtr'lCal Characteristics*. (25°C unless otherwise specified) 
♦Maximum Forward Voltage Drop, V F , 1A, T T = 75°C ■+ 

Maximum Reverse Current, I R , at Rated V RRM : 
T, = 25°C 
*T, = 165°C 

*Tj = 175 °C 

Typical Reverse Current, I R , at Rated Vr RM 

Typical Reverse Current, I,. 
Tj = 25°C 
Tj = 100°C 

Typical Reverse Recovery Time, T RR 

Maximum Reverse Recovery Time, T RR 

Recovery circuit per MIL-S-19500/286C . 2 go 

•JEDEC Registered data. 



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SINGLE PHASE 
600 VOLTS & BELOW 



1N5059 


1N5060 


1N5061 


1N5062 


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TOTAL THERMAL RESISTANCE 

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HEAVY TIE LUGS OR 
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PC BOARDS. 

B 9j. A *1Q'C/W 

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292 



CAPACITIVE LOADS 

Current Derating (capacitive load) 

Average forward current as specified under MAXIMUM RATINGS 
page 1 and derating curves for high temperature operation page 2, 
must be corrected for applications with capacitive loads. As the current 
conduction angle, <x', is decreased, the peak current required to main- 
tain the same average current increases, i.e., the peak-to-average cur- 
rent ratio increases from 3.14. Figure 9 gives the derating required 
based on this increase in peak to average current ratio for sine wave 
operation. For more complete information consult Application Note 
200.30. 

METHOD: 1. Determine conduction angle <x ' in degrees for particular 
circuit as designed. 

2. Enter Figure 9 for the particular conduction angle and 
read corresponding percent of forward current per cell. 

3. Multiply this value times average forward current for 
resistive load from figures on page 2 as given for the 
actual ambient or tiepoint temperature required. 



1N5059 



1N5060 



1N5061 



1N5062 



A14P 



FORWARD 
CURRENT 



PEAK 







AVERAGE 



a = CONDUCTION ANGLE (180°) 
a'= SHORTENED CONDUCTION ANGLE 

OSCILLOSCOPE PRESENTATION 



TYPICAL EXAMPLES (25'C Ambient Temperature) 




Example 
No. 1 


Example 
No. 2 


Example 
No. 3 


Example 
No. 4 


Units 


Input Voltage 


100 


100 


300 


300 


Volts 


D.C. (Average) Output Voltage 


34 


75 


180 


270 


Volts 


Surge Resistor 


1 


1 


3.5 


3.5 


Ohms 


Load Current 


0.5 


0.5 


0.5 


0.5 


Amps. 


Input Filter Capacitance 


30 


100 


30 


100 


mF. 


Conduction Angle 


170 


70 


90 


50 


Degrees 


Rated Average Current 
(Resistive Load) 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Amp. 


Rated Average Current 
(Capacitive Load) 


0.98 


0.73 


0.80 


0.65 


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10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 ISO 
FORWARD CONDUCTION ANGLE IN DEGREES-a 

DERATING FOR SHORTENED 
CONDUCTION ANGLE 



INTERNAL CONSTRUCTION 

1. Dual heatsink design for maximum heat dissi- 
pation under both surge and continuous duty. 
No fragile "whiskers" or S leads with their 
potential trouble spots. 

2. Glass Package. No internal cavity to act as 
potential source of moisture or contamination 
on junction. Temperature coefficient of the glass 
is matched with the internal parts. 

3. Diffused silicon junction passivated surface. 



Marking band to appear 
on cathode end. 



bid 



.150 MAX. 
(3.8IOMm.) 



.180 MAX. 
(4.572 Mm.) 



1.0 MIN. 
(25.400Mm.) 



050*MAX. 
(1.270 Mm.) 



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DIA. AFTER 
TINNING 

ALL OIMENTIONS ARE IN INCHES 

AND (METRIC! 
*WEL0AN0 SOLOER FLASH NOT 
CONTROLLED IN THIS AREA 



TYPICAL APPLICATIONS 



• FREE-WHEELING RECTIFIERS 

• TIME DELAY CIRCUITS 

• POWER LOGIC CIRCUITS 

• ARC SUPPRESSION 

• BATTERY CHARGERS 

• TV DAMPER DIODES 



• TV AND RADIO POWER SUPPLIES 

• COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT 

• S.C.R. TRIGGER CIRCUITS 

• SMALL PORTABLE APPLIANCES 

• GENERAL PURPOSE POWER SUPPLIES 

• LOW LEVEL LIMITERS 



293 



Lead Mounted 

Rectifier 

TRANSIENT VOLTAGE PROTECTED 
5.0 Amps 200-800 Volts 



THE GENERAL ELECTRIC A15 IS A 5.0 AMPERE RATED, AXIAL LEADED 
GENERAL PURPOSE RECTIFIER. ITS DUAL HEATSINK CONSTRUCTION 
PROVIDES RIGID MECHANICAL SUPPORT FOR THE PELLET AND EXCEL- 
LENT THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS. PASSIVATION AND PROTECTION 
OF THE SILICON PELLET'S PN JUNCTION ARE PROVIDED BY SOLID 
GLASS; NO ORGANIC MATERIALS ARE PRESENT WITHIN THE HERMETI- 
CALLY SEALED PACKAGE. 

The A15 is "Transient Voltage Protected." This device will dissipate up to 1000 
watts in the reverse direction without damage. Voltage Transients generated by 
household or industrial power lines are dissipated. 



1N5179 SEE PAGE 266 



1N5332 SEE PAGE 209 1 



A15 SERIES 



1N5624 



1N5625 



1N5626 



1N5627 




i 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°c unless otherwise specified) 



♦Reverse Voltage (-65°C to +175°C, Tj) 
Repetitive Peak, V H rm 
DC ( V r 
Average Forward Current, Ip 
* 70 °C ambient, see rating curves 
25 °C ambient, see rating curves 
*Peak Surge Forward Current, I FSM 

Non repetitive, .0083 sec, half sine wave, 
Full Load JEDEC Method 
Peak Surge Forward Current, I FSM 

Non-repetitive, .001 sec, half sine wave, 
Full load 175°C, Tj 
""Junction Operating Temperature Range 
*Storage Temperature Range 
Ft, RMS for fusing .001 to .01 sec. 
Peak Non-repetitive Reverse Power Rating 
20 /tsec half sine wave at Max Tj 
*100/*sec, JEDEC 

♦Mounting : Any position. Lead temperature 290°C maximum to i/ 8 " from 
body for 5 seconds maximum during mounting. 



1 N5624 

(A15B) 


1N5625 

(A15D) 




1N5626 

(A15M) 


1 N5627 

(A1SN) 




200 
200 


400 

400 




600 

600 


800 
800 


Volts 
Volts 






3.0 

5 






Amps 










Amps 



125 



225 



65 to +175 
65 to +200 
_ 25 



1000 
450 



Amps 



electrical characteristics: 

Maximum Forward Voltage Drop, V F 

I F = 5.0A, T A = 25°C 
*I P = 3.0A, T A = 70°C 
Maximum Reverse Current, I R , at rated V RRM 

Tj = 25°C 
*Tj = 175°C 
Typical Reverse Current @ 25°C 
Typical Reverse Recovery Time, Trr 
Maximum Reverse Recovery Time, Trr 

Recovery Circuit Per MIL-S-19500/286C 
♦JEDEC Registered data. 



300 



300 



1.1 
0.95 

5.0 

1.0 
2.5 
5.0 



200 



200 



294 



Volts 
Volts 

/iA 
/*A 

M A 

/isec 

/isec 



CIRCUIT DESIGN INFORMATION 



A15 
1N5624-7 



MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE DC OUTPUT CURRENT RATINGS 
SINGLE PHASE, RESISTIVE AND INDUCTIVE LOADS 




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L, LEAD LENGTH - INCHES 



JUNCTION CAPACITANCE 



STEADY STATE THERMAL RESISTANCE 



296 



A15 
1N5624-7 



Current Derating (capacitive load) 

Average forward current as specified under maximum ratings, page 1, 
and derating curves for high temperature operation, above, must be 
corrected for applications with capacitive loads. As the current conduc- 
tion angle, a.', is decreased, the peak current required to maintain the 
same average current increases, i.e., the peak-to-average current ratio 
increases from 3.14. Figure 3 gives the derating required based on 
this increase in peak to average current ratio for sine wave operation. 
For more complete information consult Application Note 200.30. 
METHOD: 1. Determine conduction angle a' in degrees for particular 
circuit as designed. 

2. Enter Figure 3 for the particular conduction angle and 
read corresponding percent of forward current per cell. 

3. Multiply this value times average forward current for 
resistive load from igures 1 and 2 as given for the 
actual ambient or tiepoint temperature required. 

See Typical Examples Below 



TYPICAL EXAMPLES (25°C Ambient Temperature) 




Example 
No. 1 


Example 

No. 2 


Example 
No. 3 


Example 
No. 4 


Units 


Conduction Angle (a) 


170 


110 


130 


70 


Degrees 


Rated Average Current 
(Resistive Load) 


3 


3 


3 


3 


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% of Average Current 


0.98 


0.86 


0.92 


0.73 


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Silicon Unijunction 

Transistors 




The General Electric Silicon Unijunction Transistors are three-terminal devices having a stable 
"N" type negative resistance characteristic over a wide temperature range. A stable peak point 
and a high peak current rating make these devices useful in oscillators, timing circuits, trigger 
circuits, and bistable circuits, where it can serve the purpose of two conventional silicon transis- 
tors. General Electric's Fixed'Bed Construction makes these transistors extremely reliable under 
severe conditions of mechanical shock, vibration, centrifugal force, and thermal shock. It also 
provides a lower terminal resistance and improved uniformity of electrical characteristics. These 
transistors are hermetically sealed in welded cases. 



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• Stable Operation over Wide Temperature Range 

• Low leakage Current 

• Low Peak Point Current 

• Guaranteed Minimum Pulse Voltage 



AMBIENT TEMPERATURE-T A -DEGREES CENTIGRADE 
ONLY THE UNIJUNCTION SUBMITTED TO TEMPERATURE 



2N489, A, B 

THROUGH 

2N494, A, B 

450 1 
600 1 
70 
2 
60 
-65 to +140 
-65 to +175 
-65 to +175 



mw 

mw 

ma 

amps 

volts 

°C 

°C 

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absolute maximum ratings* 

Total RMS Power Dissipation — Unstabilized 3 

Total RMS Power Dissipation — Stabilized 5 

RMS Emitter Current 

Peak Emitter Current 3 ' 4 (T,= 150° C) 

Emitter Reverse Voltage (Tj = 150°C) 

Operating Temperature Range 

Operating Temperature Range — Stabilized 3 

Storage Temperature Range 

1. Derate 3.9 mw/°C increase in amb. temp. (Thermal resistance to case = 0.16°C/mw) 

2. Derate 2.6 mw/°C increase in amb. temp. (Thermal resistance to case = 0.08 C/mw) 

3. Under normal operation, thermal runaway conditions cannot exist with the UJT up 
to a junction temperature of 140°C since the temperature coefficient of Run is positive 
below this temperature and Inn is negligible. For this reason an unstabilized power 
rating can be used with the UJT which is derated to zero at 140°C. The UJT can be 
used at temperatures above 140° C but in this case external resistance must be used in 
the emitter and interbase circuits to limit the power dissipation and prevent thermal 
runaway. The power rating for this condition is the stabilized power rating and is 
derated to zero at 175°C. It is also important to provide circuit stabilization in the 
interbase circuit when the UJT is used in pulse type applications since the instan- 
taneous temperature of the silicon could rise to a high enough value to permit runaway. 

4. Emitter peak current should be limited to two amperes for discharge capacitances 
up to 10"fd, with a peak point voltage of 30 volts. For higher values of C or Vp, resist- 
ance must be added in series with the capacitor to protect the emitter circuit. 

description 

General Electric's Silicon Unijunction Transistor consists of an "N" type silicon bar 
mounted between two ohmic base contacts with a "P" type emitter near base-two. 
The device operates by conductivity modulation of the silicon between the emitter and 
base-one when the emitter is forward biased. In the cutoff, or standby condition, the 
emitter and interbase power supplies establish potentials between the base contacts, 
and at the emitter, such that the emitter is back biased. If the emitter potential is 
increased sufficiently to overcome this bias, holes (minority carriers) are injected into 
the silicon bar. These holes are swept toward base-one by the internal field in the bar. 
The increased charge concentration, due to these holes, decreases the resistance and 
hence decreases the internal voltage drop from the emitter to base-one. The emitter 
current then increases regeneratively until it is limited by the emitter power supply. 
The effect of this conductivity modulation is also noticed as an effective modulation of 
the interbase current. 

*25°C, unless otherwise specified. 



DIMENSIONS WITHIN 

JEDEC OUTLINE TO-5 

EXCEPT FOR LEAD 

CONFIGURATION 



NOTE I: Lead diamelei 'S conhoii'd m ine 
(one Oehveen CSC and ?S0 l'~m 'Pe Stra- 
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ma- ol :?; is heid 

NOTE 1 leads ha.iog rra.nium damere' 
1 01* measured m gaging plane ZK ■ .01 
000 below the seating plane of the device 
shall be within 007 ot true position rela- 
tive to a maximum width tab. 
H0TE 3: Measured from max. diameter of 
the aetual device. 

H0TE 4: This lone is controlled for auto 
matic handling The variation in actual diam- 
eter within this zone shall not exceed 010 



ALL DIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED 



EMITTER E 

BASE ONE Bl 
BASE TWO B2 




2N489, A, B through 2N494, A, B 



298 



2N489-94, A, B 



electrical characteristics: <at25°c unless otherwise noted) 



General Electric Unijunction Transistors are specified pri- 
marily in three ranges of stand-off ratio and two ranges of 
interbase resistance. Each range of stand-off ratio has limits 



of ±10% from the center value and each range of interbase 
resistance has limits of ±20% from the center value. 



Type No. 
TO-5 


Intrinsic 

Standoff 

Ratio 

(See 
note 1) 
V„b = 

10V 

V 
Min. Max. 


Interbase 
Resistance 

(See 
note 2) 

V,,B = 

3V 

Rbbo 
ohms 

Min. Max. 


Modulated 
Interbase 
Current 

li: = 

50 ma 

Vbb = 

10V 

Iblmmoh) 
ma 

Min. Max. 


MAXIMUM 


MINIMUM 


Emitter 

Saturation 

Voltage 

Ie = 

50 ma 

V RB = 

10V 

Ve(SAT) 

volts 


Emitter Reverse Current 


Peak 

Point 

Current 

Vbb = 25V 

Ip 

Aia 


Valley 

Point 

Current 

R B » = 

ioon 

Vbb = 
20V 

Iv 
ma 


Base One 

Peak Pulse 

Voltage 

(See note 3) 

VoBl 

volts 


Vb-f. z= 
60V 

IeBL>0 

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Tj = 

150°C 

V B2E = 

10V 

Iebl-o 


Vb»e = 
30V 

Iebl'o 


2N489 


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4.7 6.8 


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5 


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.51 .62 


4.7 6.8 


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4 


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2N489B 


.51 .62 


4.7 6.8 


6.8 22 


4 


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6 


8 


3 


2N490 


.51 .62 


6.2 9.1 


6.8 22 


5 


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8 




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.51 .62 


6.2 9.1 


6.8 22 


4 


2 


20 




12 


8 


3 


2N490B 


.51 .62 


6.2 9.1 


6.8 22 


4 


2 


20 


0.2 


6 


8 


3 


2N491 


.56 .68 


4.7 6.8 


6.8 22 


5 


2 


20 




12 


8 




2N491A 


.56 .68 


4.7 6.8 


6.8 22 


4.3 


2 


20 




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8 


3 


2N491B 


.56 .68 


4.7 6.8 


6.8 22 


4.3 


2 


20 


0.2 


6 


8 


3 


2N492 


.56 .68 


6.2 9.1 


6.8 22 


5 


2 


20 




12 


8 




2N492A 


.56 .68 


6.2 9.1 


6.8 22 


4.3 


2 


20 




12 


8 


3 


2N492B 


.56 .68 


6.2 9.1 


6.8 22 


4.3 


2 


20 


0.2 


6 


8 


3 


2N493 


.62 .75 


4.7 6.8 


6.8 22 


5 


2 


20 




12 


8 




2N493A 


.62 .75 


4.7 6.8 


6.8 22 


4.6 


2 


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12 


8 


3 


2N493B 


.62 .75 


4.7 6.8 


6.8 22 


4.6 


2 


20 


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6 


8 


3 


2N494 


.62 .75 


6.2 9.1 


6.8 22 


5 


2 


20 




12 


8 




2N494A 


.62 .75 


6.2 9.1 


6.8 22 


4.6 


2 


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12 


8 


3 


2N494B 


.62 .75 


6.2 9.1 


6.8 22 


4.6 


2 


20 


0.2 


6 


8 


3 



notes: 

1. The intrinsic standoff ratio, v, is essentially 
constant with temperature and interbase volt- 
age. 7) is defined by the equation : 



V P 



V _l 200 

V Vbb ±Tp— 



Where 

Vp = Peak point emitter voltage 
Vbb = Interbase voltage 
Tj = Junction Temperature 
(Degrees Kelvin) 



2. The interbase resistance is nearly ohmic 
and increases with temperature in a well de- 
fined manner. The temperature coefficient at 
25 °C is approximately 0.8% /°C. 

3. The base-one peak pulse voltage is meas- 
ured in the circuit at right. This specification 
on the A and B versions is used to ensure a 
minimum pulse amplitude for applications in 
SCR firing circuits and other types of pulse 
circuits. 

299 



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REFERENCES: 

1. "Notes on the Application of the Silicon Unijunc- 
tion Transistor," 90.10. 

2. "General Electric Controlled Rectifier Manual," 
Fifth Edition. 



303 



Silicon Unijunction 

Transistors 



2N490C.2C.4C 



The General Electric Silicon Unijunction Transistor is a three terminal device having a stable "N" type 
negative resistance characteristic over a wide temperature range. These devices have a stable peak point 
voltage, a low peak point current, and a low emitter reverse current making them useful in timing and sen- 
sing circuits. They are intended for applicatins where a low emitter leakage current (high input impedance) 
and a low peak point emitter current (sensitive trigger current) are required (i.e., level sensing and long 
time delay applications), and also for triggering Silicon Controlled Rectifiers or other pulse sensitive cir- 
cuitry. 

* Revisions included in this issue consist of adding the 2N490C and 2N492C. Secondly, the Emitter Re- 
verse Current parameter, ] EX , is now shown for the first time. 

See 2N489-94 specification sheet 60.10 for detailed curves. 

absolute maximum ratings: (25°C)* 



Voltages 

Emitter Reverse 
Interbase 

Current 

RMS Emitter 
Peak Emitter 

Power 

Dissipation 

Temperatures 

Operating 
Storage 



60 
65 



70 

2 



600 



-65 to +175 
-65 to +175 



volts 
volts 



ma 
amperesf 



°C 
°C 



f Capacitor discharge — 10 zxfd or less, 30 volts or less. 
** Derate 3.9 mw/°C increase in ambient temperature. The total 
power dissipation (available power to Emitter and Base-Two) 
must be limited by the external circuitry. 



mm I: This zone is controlled for auto- 
matic handling. The variation in actual 
diameter within this zone shall not exceed 
.010. 



.Off 2: Measured from max. diameter of 

the actual device. C 

HOTf 3: The specified lead diameter ap- 
plies in the zone between .050 and .250 
Irom the base seat Between .250 and 1.5 
maximum of .021 diameter is held. Outside 
of these zones the lead diameter is not 
controlled. 




EMITTER. .E 
BASE ONE B 
BASE TWO B2 



GOLD LEADS 

017 -.001 
(NOTE 3 




45" 

• xv — /-. 031 ±003 

.029 (NOTE 2) 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) 



Intrinsic Standoff Ratio (Vbb = 10V) 

Interbase Resistance (Vbb = 3V, Ie = 0) 

Emitter Saturation Voltage (Vbb = 10V, Ie = 50 ma) 

Modulated Interbase Current (Vbb = 10V, Ie = 50 ma) 

Emitter Reverse Current (Vbse = 30V, Ibi = 0) 

Emitter Reverse Current (Vbb = 25V, Vebi = Vr — .3V) (Fig. 2) 

Peak Point Emitter Current (Vbb = 25V) 

Valley Point Current (Vbb = 20V, Rb« = 100fi) 

Base-One Peak Pulse Voltage! 



2N490C 

MIN. MAX. 



2N492C 

MIN. MAX. 



2N494C 

MIN. MAX. 



V 
Rbbo 

Ve(sat) 



.51 

6.2 

6.8 



8.0 
3.0 



.62 
9.1 

4 

22 
0.02 
0.05 

2 



.56 
6.2 

6.8 



8.0 
3.0 



.68 
9.1 
4.3 

22 
0.02 
0.05 

2 



.62 
6.2 

6.8 



8.0 
3.0 



.75 
9.1 
4.6 

22 
0.02 
0.05 

2 



volts 

ma 

fia 

flSL 

ma 

volts 



JThe base-one peak pulse voltage is measured in Figure 1 below. This specification is used to ensure a minimum pulse am- 
plitude for applications in SCR firing circuits and other types of pulse circuits. 



O+20V±.5V 












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304 



Figure 2 



2N490C, 2C, 4C 



Rl 
2.2K TO 
IOOMEG 




Rl 
25K 



Ipn 




SCR 

(C9F, CI2F, 
OR C40F) 



PRECISION SOLID STATE TIME DELAY CIRCUIT 



NANOAMPERE SENSING CIRCUIT WITH 
100 MEGOHM INPUT IMPEDANCE 



PRECISION SOLID STATE TIME DELAY CIRCUIT 



Time delays from 0.3 milliseconds to over three minutes is 
possible with this circuit without using a tantalum or elec- 
trolytic capacitor. The timing interval is initiated by apply- 
ing power to the circuit. At the end of the timing interval, 
which is determined by the value of R1C1, the 2N494C fires 
the controlled rectifier. This places the supply voltage 
minus about one volt across the load. Load currents are 
limited only by the rating of the controlled rectifier which 
is from 1 ampere up to 25 amperes for the types specified 
in the circuit. A calibrated potentiometer could be used in 
place of Rl to permit setting a predetermined time delay 
after one initial calibration. 

The charging resistor, Rl, must be small enough to supply 
oxf^^ lm , um ? ring current (Peak point current, I P ) of the 
<JN494C plus the leakage current of the capacitor when the 
emitter of the unijunction is biased at its peak point volt- 
age. The 2N494C requires a minimum I P of 2.0 microam- 
peres. This would place a limit of 3 megohms for Rl and 
permit time delays of 6 seconds (CI = 2 ^f, without using 
the additional 2N491 relaxation oscillator. 
The circuit as shown effectively reduces the minimum I P 
requirement up to a 1000X by pulsing the upper base of the 



2N494C with a % volt negative pulse. This negative pulse 
rate is not critical but it should have a period that is less 
than .02 (Rl x CI). This negative pulse causes the peak 
point voltage (firing point voltage level required at the 
emitter of the 2N494C) to drop slightly and if the voltage 
level at CI is greater than this, the unijunction will fire 
with the necessary I r supplied from CI. By use of this tech- 
nique, this circuit has given time delays of about one hour 
with 2000 megohms at Rl and 2 M f at CI. The low leakage 
requirement for CI is easily obtained with a mylar capacitor. 
R2 can be adjusted or selected for best stabilization of the 
firing point over the required temperature range. 

A pulse transformer can be used in place of the 27 ohm re- 
sistor if it is necessary to have the timing circuit isolated 
from the power switching (controlled rectifier) circuit 
which, for instance, might be connected to the AC line. 

The input impedance of the 2N494C is greater than 1500 
megohms before it is fired. The maximum time delay that 
can be achieved by this circuit is mainly dependent upon 
the maximum values that can be obtained for Rl and CI 
consistent with the low leakage requirement. 



NANOAMPERE SENSING CIRCUIT WITH lOO MEGOHM INPUT IMPEDANCE 



The circuit shown may be used as a sensitive current de- 
tector or as a voltage detector having high input imped- 
ance. Rl is set so that the voltage at point (A) is % to % 
volts below the level that fires the 2N494C. A small input 
current (I,„) of only 40 nanoamperes will charge C2 and 
raise the voltage at the emitter to the firing level. When 
the 2N494C fires, both capacitors, CI and C2, are dis- 
charged through the 27 ohm resistor, which generates a 
positive pulse with sufficient amplitude to trigger a con- 
trolled rectifier (SCR), or other pulse sensitive circuitry. 
C2 is kept small for faster firing response time and CI is 
used to provide the pulse output energy. Rapid recovery is 
obtained after the 2N494C fires since both capacitors are 
charged through Rl. This configuration has the advantage 
that the leakage current of the silicon diode effectively sub- 
tracts from the leakage current of the unijunction and thus 
providing some temperature compensation. 
The input current available (I,„) through the 100 MQ re- 
sistor will be much lower than the minimum firing current 
of the 2N494C (peak point current (I P ) = 2.0 pa.) . Use of a 



sampling technique described above, however, permits a re- 
duction in the external firing current (I,„) by as much as 
1000 times below I,.. By pulsing the upper base of the 
2N494C with a 0.75 volt amplitude negative pulse the peak 
point voltage (firing point voltage level required at the 
emitter) will drop slightly and if the voltage level at C2 is 
greater than this, the unijunction will fire with the neces- 
sary Ip supplied from C2. By use of this technique, the 
2N494C has been fired with external input currents (I,„) 
as low as 1 nanoampere with a 2000 megohm resistor for R2. 
The period of the 2N491 relaxation oscillation is not criti- 
cal, but it should have a time constant of .02 or less than 
that of the 2N494C. 

A floating power supply for this sensing circuit using a 
zener diode will permit grounding one of the sensing input 
terminals if this is desirable. Rl should be adjusted so the 
circuit will not fire at the maximum ambient temperature 
in the absence of the current or voltage sensing signal. R3 
can be adjusted or selected for best stabilization of the 
firing point over the required temperature range. 



I 



305 



SCR 



2N681-92 



The 2N681 through 2N692 Series of Silicon Controlled Rectifiers are reverse blocking tnode thyristor 
semiconductor devices for use in medium power switching and phase control applications requiring block- 
ing voltages up to 800 volts, and average load currents (single-phase, 180° conduction angle) up to 16 
amperes. 

General Electric's C35 SCR and CI 37 SCR are recommended where a higher level of performance is 
required for a device of this size. 



1957, Handbook 



OUTLINE DRAWING 

(COMPLIES WITH JEOEC TO-48) 



(COMPLIES WITH JEDEC TO-48) 





MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE RATINGS 



I 











NON-REPETITIVE PEAK REVERSE 




PEAK FORWARD BLOCKING 


PEAK FORWARD VOLTAGE, 


REPETITIVE PEAK REVERSE 


VOLTAGE «5 MILLISEC), 


TYPE 


VOLTAGE, Vfom 


PFV U) 


VOLTAGE, Vr„m (rep)°* 


Vrom (non-rep) a> 




To = -65°C + 125°C 


Tc = -65°C + I25°C 


Tc = -65°C + 125°C 


Tc = -65°C + 125°C 


2N681 


25 Volts* 


35 Volts 


25 Volts* 


35 Volts* 


2N682 


50 Volts* 


75 Volts 


50 Volts* 


75 Volts* 


2N683 


100 Volts* 


150 Volts 


100 Volts* 


150 Volts* 


2N684 


150 Volts* 


225 Volts 


150 Volts* 


225 Volts* 


2N685 


200 Volts* 


300 Volts 


200 Volts* 


300 Volts* 


2N686 


250 Volts* 


350 Volts 


250 Volts* 


350 Volts* 


2N687 


300 Volts* 


400 Volts 


300 Volts* 


400 Volts* 


2N688 


400 Volts* 


500 Volts 


400 Volts* 


500 Volts* 


2N689 


500 Volts* 


600 Volts 


500 Volts* 


600 Volts* 


2N690 


600 Volts* 


720 Volts 


600 Volts* 


720 Volts* 


2N691 


700 Volts* 


840 Volts 


700 Volts* 


840 Volts* 


2N692 


800 Volts* 


960 Volts 


800 Volts* 


960 Volts* 



''Values apply for zero or negative gate voltage only. Maximum case to ambient thermal resistance for which maximum Vfom and 
Veom ratings apply equals 11 °C per watt. 
!, Cells with higher PFV ratings are available upon request. 



RMS Forward Current, On-State 

Average Forward Current, On-State 

Rate of Rise of Forward Current, On-State, di/dt 

Peak One-cycle Surge Forward Current, I PM (surge) 
Pt (for fusing) — 



75 ampere 2 seconds (for times 



Peak Gate Power Dissipation, P GM — 

Average Gate Power Dissipation, P G 

' Peak Forward Gate Current, I G fm — 

* Peak Forward Gate Voltage, V GF m — 

Peak Reverse Gate Voltage, V GK m 

Storage Temperature, T stg 

Operating Temperature, Tj 

Stud Torque 



(AY) 



25 amperes (all conduction angles) 

Depends on conduction angle (see Charts 3, 5 and 7) 

10 amperes per microsecond 

_ 150 amperes* 

=1.5 milliseconds) 

5 watts* 

0.5 watt* 

2 amperes* 

10 volts* 

5 volts* 

-65°C to +150°C* 
-65°C to +125°C* 
30 lb-in (35 kg-cm) 



'Indicates Data included on JEDEC type number registration. 



306 



"NOT TO EXCEED GATE POWER RATINGS 



TEST 



PEAK REVERSE OR 
FORWARD BLOCKING 
CURRENTf 

2N681 

2N682 
2N683 
2N684 
2N685 
2N686 
2N687 
2N688 
2N689 
2N690 
2N691 
2N692 



FULL CYCLE AVG. 
REVERSE OR FORWARD 
BLOCKING CURRENTf 

2N681 

2N682 

2N683 

2N684 

2N685 

2N686 

2N687 

2N688 

2N689 

2N690 

2N691 

2N692 



GATE TRIGGER CURRENT 



GATE TRIGGER VOLTAGE 



PEAK ON-VOLTAGE 



EFFECTIVE THERMAL 
RESISTANCE (DC) 



CHARACTERISTICS 



SYMBOL 



Irom 

or 

Ifom 



Ihxcav) 
or 

Ifxiav) 



Vgt 



V™ 



MIN. MAX. 



13.0 

13.0 

13.0 

13.0 

12.0 

11.0 

10.0 

8.0 

6.0 

5.0 

4.5 

4.0 



6.5* 

6.5* 

6.5* 

6.5* 

6.0* 

5.5* 

5.0* 

4.0* 

3.0* 

2.5* 

2.25* 

2.0* 



40 



80* 



3.0* 



0.25* 



2N681-92 



UNITS 



mA 



mA 



TEST CONDITIONS 



T = -65°C to +125°C 

Vhom = Vfom = 25V Peak 
= 50V 
= 100V 
= 150V 
= 200V 
= 250V 
= 300V 
= 400V 
= 500V 
= 600V 
= 700V 
= 800V 



mAdc 



mAdc 



Vdc 



2.0 



1.7 



Vdc 



V 



Tc = +65°C, Io = 16A 
180° Conduction Angle 
Vexm = Vfxm = 25V Peak 
= 50V 
= 100V 
= 150V 
= 200V 
= 250V 
= 300V 
= 400V 
= 500V 
— 600V 
= 700V 
= 800V 



Tc - +25°C, V rx = 12Vdc, R L = 50 ohms 



Tc = -65°C, Vfx = 12Vdc, R L = 50 ohms 



Tc = -65°C to +125°C, V F x = 12Vdc, R L = 50 ohms 
Tc = +125°C, Vf xm = Rated Vfom, Rl = 1000 ohms 



°C/watt 



Tc = +25°C, Ifm = 50A Peak, 1 mlilisecond wide pulse 



+ VF^nd P V P !^ ° nly - MaX ™ Um CaSe t0 amWent thermal reslst — «" -hi^ maximum 

indicates data included on JEDEC type number registration. 



































































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INCREASES TO FORWARD 
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0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 

INSTANTANEOUS ON-VOLTAGE — VOLTS 



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700 


































































































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400 


























































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TEMP 


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INSTANTANEOUS ON-VOLTAGE -VOLTS 



1. MAXIMUM FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS— ON-STATE 



307 



2. MAXIMUM FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS- 
HIGH CURRENT LEVEL— ON-STATE 



2N681-92 



£ioo 













i 
NOTES: 


1) RESISTIVE OR INDUCTIVE LOAD, 


1 
















(2) RATINGS DERIVED FOR 0.5 WATT 
AVERAGE GATE POWER DISSIPATION. 
















(3) ll°C PER WATT MAXIMUM THERMAL 
RESISTANCE. CASE TO AMBIENT. 
















(4) CURVES APPLY FOR ANODE CURRENT 
RATE OF RISE = 10 AMPERES PER 
































ANGLE = 30° 
































60° 


















0° 


180° 




























12 


0° 




180° 












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CONDUCTION 
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£ 20 



NOTES: (I) FREQUENCY, 50 TO 400 Hz. 

(2) JUNCTION TEMPERATURE =I25°C. 



(3) CURVES APPLY FOR ANODE CURRENT RATE 

OF RISE .10 AMPERES PER MICROSECOND MAX. 




4 8 12 16 20 24 

AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT-AMPERES 

3. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE CASE TEMPERATURE 
FOR SINUSOIDAL CURRENT WAVEFORM 



4 8 12 16 20 24 

AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT - AMPERES 

4. FORWARD POWER DISSIPATION 
FOR SINUSOIDAL CURRENT WAVEFORM 













NOTES! (1) FREQUENCY, 50 TO 400 Hz. 


1 I 
















GATE POWER DISSIPATION. 

(3) ITC PER WATT MAXIMUM THERMAL RESISTANCE, 
CASE TO AMBIENT. 

(4) CURVES APPLY FOR ANODE CURRENT RATE OF 
^^R|SE = 10 AMPERES PER MICROSECOND MAXIMUM. 




































































DUTY CYCLE = 8.3% 






























16.7% 














































33.3S 


'v 






50%| 


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5. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE CASE TEMPERATURE 
FOR RECTANGULAR CURRENT WAVEFORM 



AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT-AMPERES 



P 













































notes: 

(1) FREQUENCY, 50 TO 400 Hz. 

(2) JUNCTION TEMPERATURE- I25°C. 

(3) CURVES APPLY FOR ANODE CURRENT 
RATE OF RISE -10 AMPERES PER 
MICROSECOND MAXIMUM. 

25% 








50%. 








33.3% 






































































































DUTY CYCLE-8.3°4 


















































































































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6. FORWARD POWER DISSIPATION 
FOR RECTANGULAR CURRENT WAVEFORM 



AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT -AMPERES 



308 



2N681-92 





FIN SIZE 
















































NC 


TtS: 


(1) RESISTIVE OR INDUCTIVE LOAD, 50 TO 400 Hi 
FREE CONVECTION COOLING 

(2) CURVES SHOWN ARE FOR ISO' CONDUCTION ANGLE 

FOR OTHER CONDUCTION ANGLES, MULTIPLY CURRENT 
VALUES BY FOLLOWING FACTORS: I20°-09I 




5" 


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90" -0.82 

G0°-0.72 




4" 


(4"v 














DC - I.40 

USE CURVES FOR DC.H, 3*, 6* CIRCUITS BY CHOOSING 




















St CHART 3 CURVES ARE LIMITING. 

(4) ALL FINS I/I6" THICK COPPER WITH EMISSIVITY = 90% 

STUD MOUNTED DIRECTLY TO COPPER FIN, MINIMUM — 

FIN SPACING - 3/4". 




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AMBIENT TEMPERATURE- °C 



7. MAXIMUM FORWARD CURRENT VS. AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 
FOR VARIOUS FIN SIZES 



16 



14 



- 4 



MIN GATE CURRENT REQUIRED 

TRIGGER ALL UNITS AT: 

+25°C 




65"C 



MIN GATE VOLTAGE 

REQUIRED TO 

TRIGGER ALL UNITS 



MAX GATE VOLTAGE 
THAT WILL NOT TRIG- 
GER ANY UNITS AT 
I25»C = 0.25 V 



INSTANTANEOUS GATE CURRENT- m A 



•MAX ALLOWABLE^ ■- 
INSTANTANEOUS 
GATE POWER _ 
DISSIPATION =5.0 
WATTS 



^ NOTES: (I) CASE TEMPERATURE = 
\ -SS^C TO + I25°C. 

\, (2) SHADED AREAS REPRE- 
t 1- SENT LOCUS OF POSSIBLE 

n. TRIGGERING POINTS FROM 
Jw -65°C TO + I25°C. 




0.4 0.8 1.2 1.6 2.0 

INSTANTANEOUS GATE CURRENT -AMPERES 



8. GATE TRIGGERING CHARACTERISTICS 



„£ 80 



I o 60 
jf| 40 









































NOTE: JUNCTION TEMPERATURE IMMEDIATELY 
PRIOR TO SURSE-65"C TO +I25"C 











































































































































































CYCLES AT 60 Hz 




^ 



9. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE NON-RECURRENT PEAK SURGE 
FORWARD CURRENT AT RATED LOAD CONDITIONS 



10. MAXIMUM TRANSIENT THERMAL IMPEDANCE- 
JUNCTION TO CASE 



309 



2N706 SEE GES706 



SCR 



2N877-81 



2N885-89 



FEATURES: 

• All-diffused for Proved Reliability 

• Miniature Package TO- 18 

• Two Ranges of Gate Sensitivity: 
2N877-881 — 200 ua max. 
2N885-889 — 20ua max. 

• Low Holding Current: 

2N877-881 — 5 ma. max. 
2N885-889 — 3 ma. mas. 

• Voltage Ratings up to 200 volts 

• Designed for Military Applications 




OUTLINE DRAWING 




AU. DIMENSIONS M 

INCHES. 



CONFORMS TO 

JEDEC TO -»8 PACKAGE. 



MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE RATINGS 



TYPES 


PEAK FORWARD BLOCKING 

VOLTAGE, Vfxm, 

Tj = — 65°C»o +125°C. 

R, iK = 1000 OHMS MAXIMUM. 


WORKING AND REPETITIVE 
PEAK REVERSE VOLTAGE, 

Vbom (wkg) and Vrom (rep). 
Tj = — 65°C to 4-150°C 


NON-REPETITIVE PEAK 

REVERSE VOLTAGE, 

Vko* (non-rep) < S Millisecond*. 

T, = -65°C to +125'C 


2N877, 2N885 
2N878, 2N886 
2N879, 2N887 
2N880, 2N888 
2N881, 2N889 


30 volts 

60 volts 

100 volts 

150 volts 

200 volts 


30 volts 

60 volts 

100 volts 

150 volts 

200 volts 


45 volts 

90 volts 

130 volts 

200 volts 

275 volts 



p 



Peak Forward Voltage, PFV . 



RMS Forward Current, On-state_ 



Average Forward Current, On-state- 



_300 Volts 



0.5 Ampere 

Depends on conduction angle (see charts 2, 3, 11 & 12) 

Peak One Cycle Surge Forward Current (Non-repetitive), I FM (surge) 7 Amperes 

__0.1 Watt 



Peak Forward Gate Power Dissipation, P G m 

Average Forward Gate Power Dissipation, P g <av) 

Peak Gate Voltage, Forward and Reverse, V G fm and V GRM - 

Storage Temperature, T S , K 

Operating Temperature — 



_0.01 Watt 
6 Volts 



-65°Cto-T-150°C 
-65°C to +150°C 



310 



CHARACTERISTICS 



TEST 


SYMBOL 


MIN. 


TYP. 


MAX. 


UNITS 


TEST CONDITIONS 


FORWARD BLOCKING 
CURRENT 

2N877-2N881 


Ikx 





0.03 


10 


/iAdc 


V h x = Rated V,-j», R.;k — 1000 ohms 

Tj = +25°C 


— 


10 


100 


Tj = +125°C 


2N885-2N889 


— 


0.03 


1 


Tj = +25°C 


— 


10 


20 


T,r = +125°C 


REVERSE BLOCKING 
CURRENT 

2N877-2N881 


Ikx 




0.1 


10 


iuAdc 


V«x = Rated V,„„, (rep) 
T., = + 25°C 


— 


10 


100 


T., = +.125°C 


2N885-2N889 


— 


0.1 


1 


T., = +25°C 


— 


10 


20 


T., = +125°C 


REVERSE GATE CURRENT 


I' I KM 


— 


1 


10 


/jAde 


V,.„„ = 2 Volts, Tj = +25°C. 


PEAK ON-VOLTAGE 


Vj« 




1.3 


1.9 


volts 


Tj = +25°C, I ,-„ = 1 Ampere, 
single half sine wave pulse, 
2.0 milliseconds wide max. 


HOLDING CURRENT 
2N877-2N881 


Ihx 


0.4 


1.7 


5.0 


mAdc 


T.i = +25°C, R, iK - 1000 ohms, 
V,-s = 24 Volts dc. 


2N885-2N889 


0.4 


1.1 


3.0 


RATE OF RISE OF APPLIED 
FORWARD VOLTAGE 


dv/dt 


— 


40 


— 


volts/ 
/isec 


Tj = +125°C, R,;k = 1000 ohms, 
Vjx„ = Rated Vjx„ 


TURN-ON TIME 

(Delay Time + Rise Time) 


t,i+t. 




1.0 


— 


Msec 


Tj = +25°C, Vkx -.= Rated V F „, 

Ikm = 1 Ampere, 

Gate Supply: 6 Volts, 300 ohms 


CIRCUIT COMMUTATED 
TURN-OFF TIME 
All Types 


t„„ 


— 


15 


— 


,usec 


Tj = +125°C, R„k = 1000 ohms, 

lj« = 1 Ampere, In (recovery) = 1 Ampere 

Reapplied Vkxm = Rated, 

Rate of Rise of Reapplied 

Forward Blocking Voltage = 20 V/^sec 


GATE TRIGGER CURRENT 
2N877-2N881 


I,;t 




40 


200 


^Adc 


Vfx = 6 Vdc, R,; K = 1000 ohms, 
Ri, = 100 ohms maximum. 
T., = +25°C 


2N885-2N889 


— 


10 


20 


Tj = +25°C 


GATE TRIGGER VOLTAGE 

2N877-2N881 


V„t 


0.4 


0.5 


0.8 


Vdc 


Vkx = 6 Vdc, R,.k - 1000 ohms, 
Ri. = 100 ohms maximum. 

Tj = +25°C 


2N885-2N889 


0.44 


0.5 


0.6 


T., = +25°C 


All Types 


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TERMINALS. GATE CURRENT SHOWN DOES 
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INSTANTANEOUS GATE CURRENT - MICROAMPERES 

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LOOKING INTO SUPPLY FROM TEST UNIT 
TERMINALS. GATE CURRENT SHOWN DOES 
NOT INCLUDE ANY CURRENT REQUIRED BY . 
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10. MAXIMUM TRANSIENT THERMAL IMPEDANCE 



Charts 11 and 12 apply to latching applications where SCR need 
not block forward voltage after being turned on, since the V FXM 
rating does not apply above 125°C junction temperature. SCR 
will again block rated forward voltage after junction temperature 
drops below 125°C. 



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12. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE CASE TEMPERATURE 
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313 



SCR 



2N1 595-99 



2N929 SEE GES929 



2N930 SEE GES930 



The 2N1595 series of Silicon Controlled Rectifiers are planar-passivated, all-diffused, 
three junction, reverse blocking triode thyristors for low power switching and con- 
trol applications. The 2N2322 series, which is also available, offers additional 
maximum specified electrical parameters. 



Painted external surface for maximum heat dissipation 
Single-ended package, ideal for printed circuit applications 
All-welded construction 
All-diffused, planar passivated 
Glass-to-metal seals 




MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE RATINGS 





REPETITIVE PEAK 


PEAK POSITIVE 


REPETITIVE PEAK 




OFF-STATE VOLTAGE, 


ANODE VOLTAGE 


REVERSE VOLTAGE, 


TYPE 


v„ RM (i) 


PFV 


VjtRM 


T c = -6S°Cto +125°C 


2N1595 


50 Volts* 


500 Volts 


50 Volts * 


2N1596 


100 Volts* 


500 Volts 


100 Volts* 


2N1597 


200 Volts * 


500 Volts 


200 Volts * 


2N1598 


300 Volts * 


500 Volts 


300 Volts* 


2N1599 


400 Volts* 


500 Volts 


400 Volts* 



(1) Applies for 1000 ohms maximum, connected gate-to-cathode. 



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RMS On-State Current, I Tn{MS , 1-6 Amperes (all conduction angles) 

Average On-State Current, I T , AV , Depends on conduction angle 

(see Charts 3, 4, 5 and 6) 

Peak One-Cycle Surge (Non-rep) On-State Current, I TSM 15 Amperes* 

Peak Gate Power Dissipation, P GM 0.1 Watts 

Average Gate Power Dissipation, Pgiav) 0.01 Watts 

Peak Positive Gate Current, I GM 0.1 Amperes 

Peak Positive Gate Voltage, V GM 6 Volts 

Peak Negative Gate Voltage, V, JM _ 6 Volts 

Storage Temperature, T STO -65°C to +150°C* 

Operating Temperature, Tj -65°C to +150°C 

* Indicates data included in JEDEC type number registration. 



314 



OUTLINE DRAWING 
(Conforms to JEDEC TO-5 Package Outline) 



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SUPPLY 6S 



1000 
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12 OHMS 



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325 



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.240 



100 MIN. 
(NOTE I) 



NOTE 1: THIS ZONE IS CONTROLLED FOR AUTO- 
MATIC HANDLING THE VARIATION IN ACTUAL 
DIAMETER WITHIN THIS ZONE SHALL NOT 
EXCEED .010 



NOTE 2: MEASURED FROM MAX. DIAMETER OF 
THE ACTUAL DEVICE. 



1.500 
MIN. 



ANODE LEAD 
(GROUNDED 
TO HOUSING) 
.017 DIA. 



-3 LEADS 
017 + 00Z 
(NOTE 3) 

NOTE 3: THE SPECIFIED LEAD DIAMETER APPLIES 
IN THE ZONE BETWEEN .050 AND 250 FROM 
THE BASE SEAT BETWEEN 250 AVD 1 5 MAX- 
IMUM OF 021 DIAMETER IS HELD OUTSIDE OF 
THESE ZONES THE LEAD DIAMETER IS NOT 
CONTROLLED LEADS MAY BE INSERTED WITHOUT 
DAMAGE. IN 031 HOLES WHILE DEVICE ENTERS 
371 HOLE CONCENTRIC WITH LEAD HOLE CIRCLE. 

APROX WEIGHT. 05 OZ 
ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES 



2x .200 

TRUE DIA. 




TEST 


SYMBOL 


MIN. 


TYP. 


MAX. 


UNITS 


TEST CONDITIONS 


Peak Off-State 

and 

Reverse Current 


Idrm 

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2.0 
100 


10 
1000* 


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T c = +25°C 
T r = +125°C 


D.C. Gate Trigger 
Current 


T lU 

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0.9 


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T ( , = +25°C, Vu = 6 Vdc, R r . - 12 ohms 


D.C. Gate Trigger 
Voltage 


v GT 


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0.6 


3.0* 


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Peak On-State 
Voltage 


"TM 


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1.25 


2.0* 


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T c = +25°C, I TM = 1.0 A peak, 1 msec, 
wide pulse. Duty cycle ^2%. 


Holding Current 


III 


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1.0 


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T = +25°C, Anode Source Voltage = 12 
Vdc, R GK = 1000 ohms. 


Circuit 
Commutated 
Turn-Off Time 


tq 




40 




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T c = + 125°C, I TM = 1.0 A peak. 
Rectangular current pulse, 50 ,usec duration. 
Rate of rise of current < lOA/^sec. 
Commutation rate 5S 5 A//tsec. 
Peak reverse voltage = Rated V RRM volts 

max. 
Reverse voltage at end of turn-off time 

interval 15 volts. 
Repetition rate = 60 pps. 
Rate of rise of re-applied off-state voltage 

(dv/dt) = 20V/ M sec. 
Off-state voltage = Rated V D rm volts. 
Gate bias during turn-off time interval = 

volts, 100 ohms. 


Turn-On 
Time 


t„ + t,. 




1.2 




jusec 


T = +25°C, V n = Rated V, 1RM value. 

Itm = 1.0 A. 

Gate trigger pulse - 6 volts, 300 ohms, 5 

jusec wide, 0.1 ^sec rise time. 
Gate bias = volts, 300 ohms. 



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316 



2N 1595-99 



Charts 5 and 6 apply to latching applications where SCR need not block off-state voltage after being 
turned on, since the V„ RU specification does not apply above + 125°C junction temperature. SCR will again 
block rated off -state voltage after junction temperature drops below + 125°C. 



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317 



Silicon Unijunction 

Transistors 




The General Electric Silicon Unijunction Transistor is a three terminal device having a stable "N" type 
negative resistance characteristic over a wide temperature range. A stable peak point voltage, a low peak 
point current, and a high pulse current rating make this device useful in oscillators, timing circuits, 
trigger circuits and pulse generators where it can serve the purpose of two conventional silicon or ger- 
manium transistors. 

The 2N1671 is intended for general purpose industrial applications where circuit economy is of primary 
importance. The 2N1671A is intended for industrial use in firing circuits for Silicon Controlled Rectifiers 
and other applications where a guaranteed minimum pulse amplitude is required. The 2NI671C is intended 
for applications where a low emitter leakage current and a low peak emitter current (trigger current) 
are required. 

These transistors feature Fixed-Bed Construction and are hermetically sealed in a welded case. All leads 
are electrically isolated from the case. 




absolute maximum ratings (25°C) 



RMS Power Dissipation 
RMS Emitter Current 
Peak Emitter Current 2 
Emitter Reverse Voltage 
Interbase Voltage 
Operating Temperature Range 
Storage Temperature Range 



450 mw 1 
50 ma 

2 amperes 
30 volts 
35 volts 
-65°C to +140°C 
-65°C to +150°C 



NOTI I: This zone is controlled tor auto 
matic handling. The variation in actual 
diameter within this zone shall not exceed 
.010. 

WTI J: Measured trom max. diameter of 
the actual device. 

Hon 3: Ihe specified lead diameter ap 

plies in the zone between .050 and .250 
from Ihe base seat. Between .250 and 1.5 
maximum of .021 diameter is held. Outside 
of these zones the lead diameter is not 
controlled. 



.370MAX_ 
360MIN 
335 MAX 
.325 MIN 




electrical characteristics (25°C) 



EMITTER 

BASE ONE Bl [-GOLD LEADS 
BASETW082J 017+ °°f 
( NOTE 3 ) 



PARAMETER 



I 



Intrinsic Standoff Ratio (Vbb = 10V) (Note 3) 
Interbase Resistance (V BB = 3V, I E = 0) (Note 4) 
Emitter Saturation Voltage (V BB = 10V, I K — 50 ma) 
Modulated Interbase Current (V BB = 10V, I E = 50 ma) 
Emitter Reverse Current (Vb=e = 30V, I B , = 0) (Fig. 6) 
Peak Point Emitter Current (V BB = 25V) (Fig. 8) 
Valley Point Current (Vbb = 20V, R B ,> = 100O) (Fig. 9) 
Base-One Peak Pulse Voltage (Note 5) 
Emitter Reverse Current (Vbi«=25V,V KB i=:Vi — .3V) (Fig.3) 



SYMBOL 



R BB o 

V K (SAT) 

Ib,.(MOD) 

Iko 

Ip 

Iv 

VoB. 

I KX 



2N1671 



MIN. MAX. 



0.47 
4.7 

6.8 



0.62 

9.1 
5 

22 
12 
25 



2N1671A 



MIN. MAX. 



0.47 0.62 

4.7 9.1 

5 

6.8 22 
12 
25 

8 
3.0 



2N1671B 



MIN. MAX. 



0.47 
4.7 

6.8 



8 
3.0 



0.62 
9.1 

5 

22 
0.2 

6 



2N1671C 



MIN. MAX. 



0.47 
4.7 

6.8 



8 
3.0 



0.62 
9.1 

5 

22 

.02 

2 



0.05 



UNITS 



Kf2 

volts 

ma 

fXSL 
flSL 

ma 
volts 



NOTES: 

(1) Derate 3.9 MW/°C increase in ambient tem- 
perature (Thermal resistance to case 
=0.16°C/MW.) 

(2) Capacitor discharge — lO^fd or less, 30 volts or 
less — Total interbase power dissipation must be 
limited by external circuitry. 

(3) The intrinsic standoff ratio, v, is essentially 
constant with temperature and interbase voltage. 
v is denned by the equation : 

V v _i_ 200 

Where Vi = Peak point emitter voltage 
V BB =interbase voltage 
Tj ^Junction Temperature (Degrees 
Kelvin) 



(4) The interbase resistance is nearly ohmic and 
increases with temperature in a well defined man- 
ner as shown in figures 10 and 11. The temperature 
coefficient at 25°C is approximately O.S'/r l°C 

(5) The base-one peak pulse voltage is measured 
in the circuit below. This specification on the 
2N1671A is used to ensure a minimum pulse ampli- 
tude for applications in SCR firing circuits and 
other types of pulse circuits. The variation of pulse 
amplitude with temperature and circuit parameters 
is shown in figures 12 to 15. 



318 




2IM1671, 1A, B, C 



B2 





V E (SAT) 



MICRO *MPfftE5 



FIG. 1 

Unijunction Transistor Symbol with No- 
menclature used for voltage and currents. 



FIG. 2 

Static Emitter Characteristic curves show- 
ing important parameters and measure- 
ment points (exaggerated to show details). 



FIG. 3 

Static Emitter Characteristics at Peak Point. 





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CAPACITANCE -C,- MICROFARADS 



FIG. IS 

Minimum supply voltage required to fire standard types 
of silicon controlled rectifiers vs. capacitance in circuit 
below. 

Period of Relaxation Oscillator 
t=0.80 RiCi (± 0.21 RiC,) 

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REFERENCES: 

1. "Notes on the Application of the Silicon Unijunc- 
tion Transistor," 90.10. 

2. "General Electric Controlled Rectifier Manual," 
Fifth Edition. 



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2N1770-78, 




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volts and RMS load currents up to 7.4 amperes. 

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Minimum Forward Breakover 

Voltage (V B o)t 

Tj = — 65°C.o + i25°C 



25 Volts* 
50 Volts* 
100 Volts* 
150 Volts* 
200 Volts* 
250 Volts* 
300 Volts* 
400 Volts* 
500 Volts* 
600 Volts* 



Repetitive Peak Reverse 

Voltage (PRV)f 
Tj — — 65°Cfo + .25°C 



25 Volts* 
50 Volts* 
100 Volts* 
150 Volts* 
200 Volts* 
250 Volts* 
300 Volts* 
400 Volts* 
500 Volts* 
600 Volts* 



Transient Peak Reverse 

Voltage (Non-recurrent < 5 Millisec.lt 

Tj = — 65°Cto+125°C 



40 Volts* 
75 Volts* 
150 Volts* 
225 Volts* 
300 Volts* 
350 Volts* 
400 Volts* 
500 Volts* 
600 Volts* 
720 Volts* 



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{-Values apply for zero or negative gate voltage only. Maximum case to ambient thermal resistance for which maximum PRV 
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MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE RATINGS 

(CllUthruCllD) 480 Volts 

(CUE and CUM) 720 Volts 

RMS Forward Current (All conduction angles) 7.4 Amperes 



Repetitive Peak Forward Blocking Voltage (PFV). 



Average Forward Current (!<>)- 



Peak One Cycle Non-recurrent Surge Current (is.nm) 
Peak Surge Current During Turn-on Time Interval- 
I L 't (for fusing) 



_4.7 Amperes* at 60°C Case (Half Wave Rectified) 
For other operating conditions see Chart 3. 
60 Amperes* 

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Peak Gate Power (p, : ) 

Average Gate Power (P< ; ) 
Peak Gate Current (i fi ) 



Peak Gate Voltage (v (: ) (Forward and Reverse) 

Operating Temperature 

Storage Temperature - 

Stud Torque 

'Indicates data included on JEDEC type number registration. 
"HOT TO EXCEED GATE POHER RATINGS 322 



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CHARACTERISTICS 



Test 



Peak Reverse and Forward 

Blocking Currentf 

C11U (2N1770) 
C11F (2N1771) 
C11A (2N1772) 
C11G (2N1773) 
C11B (2N1774) 
C11H (2N1775) 
C11C (2N1776) 
CUD (2N1777) 
CUE (2N1778) 
CUM (2N2619) 



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Gate Voltage to Fire 



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Va.- (Reapplied) = Rated. Rate of Rise of 
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(4) THIS CURVE MUST NOT BE USED FOR RECURRENT SWITCHING. 
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2N1792 SEE C52 SERIES 



2N2023-31 SEE C60 SERIES 



The 2N1842 through 2N1850 Series of Silicon Controlled Rectifiers are reverse blocking triode 
thyristor semiconductor devices for use in medium power switching and phase control applica- 
tions requiring blocking voltages up to 500 volts, and average load currents (single-phase, 180° 
conduction angle) up to 10 amperes. 

General Electric's types C35, C37 and CI 37 SCR's are recommended for higher voltage ratings 
and where higher levels of performance are required for a device of this size. 



Type 

C35 

C37 
C137 



Publication Number 

160.20 
160.23 
160.45 




MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE RATINGS 











NON-REPETITIVE PEAK REVERSE 




PEAK FORWARD BLOCKING 


PEAK FORWARD VOLTAGE, 


REPETITIVE PEAK REVERSE 


VOLTAGE (<5 MILLISEC.) 


TYPE 


VOLTAGE, Vfom 


PFV< ' 


VOLTAGE, Vkom (rep) 0> 


Vkom (non-rep) (1) 




T c = -40°C +100°C 


T c = — 40°C +100°C 


T c = -40°C +100°C 


Tc = -40°C + 100°C 


2N1842 


25 Volts* 


35 Volts 


25 Volts* 


35 Volts* 


2N1843 


50 Volts* 


75 Volts 


50 Volts* 


75 Volts* 


2N1844 


100 Volts* 


150 Volts 


100 Volts* 


150 Volts* 


2N1845 


150 Volts* 


225 Volts 


150 Volts* 


225 Volts* 


2N1846 


200 Volts* 


300 Volts 


200 Volts* 


300 Volts* 


2N1847 


250 Volts* 


350 Volts 


250 Volts* 


350 Volts* 


2N1848 


300 Volts* 


400 Volts 


300 Volts* 


400 Volts* 


2N1849 


400 Volts* 


500 Volts 


400 Volts* 


500 Volts* 


2N1850 


500 Volts* 


600 Volts 


500 Volts* 


600 Volts* 



"'Values apply for zero or negative gate voltage only. Maximum case to ambient thermal resistance for which maximum Vfom and 

Vhom ratings apply equals 11°C per watt. 
l=, Cells with higher PFV ratings are available upon request. 



I 



RMS Forward Current, On-State 

Average Forward Current, On-State 

Rate of Rise of Forward Current, On-State, di/dt 

Peak One-cycle Surge Forward Current, I FM (surge) 
Pt (for fusing) - — 



40 ampere 2 seconds (for times 



Peak Gate Power Dissipation, P GM 

Average Gate Power Dissipation, P G (A v) 

' Peak Forward Gate Voltage, V G fm 

Peak Reverse Gate Voltage, V GR m 

Storage Temperature, T stg 

Operating Temperature, Tj 

Stud Torque 



16 amperes (all conduction angles) 

Depends on conduction angle (see Charts 3 and 4) 

__ 10 amperes per microsecond 

125 amperes* 

1.5 milliseconds) 

5 watts* 

0.5 watt* 

10 volts* 

5 volts* 

-40°C to +125°C* 
-40°C to +100°C* 
30 lb-in (35 kg-cm) 



'Indicates Data included on JEDEC type number registration. 
"NOT TO EXCEED GATE POWER RATINGS 



328 



TEST 



PEAK REVERSE OR 
FORWARD BLOCKING 
CURRENTf 

2N1842 
2N1843 
2N1844 
2N1845 
2N1846 
2N1847 
2N1848 
2N1849 
2N1850 



SYMBOL MIN. MAX 



Irom 

or 

Ifom 



FULL CYCLE AVG. 
REVERSE OR FORWARD 
BLOCKING CURRENTf 

2N1842 

2N1843 

2N1844 

2N1845 

2N1846 

2N1847 

2N1848 

2N1849 

2N1850 



GATE TRIGGER CURRENT 



GATE TRIGGER VOLTAGE 



PEAK ON-VOLTAGE 



EFFECTIVE THERMAL 
RESISTANCE (DC) 



Irxcav) 

or 
Ifxcav) 



Vg 



2N 1842-50 



CHARACTERISTICS 



0.30* 



45.0 
38.0 
25.0 
13.0 
12.0 
11.0 
10.0 
8.0 
6.0 



UNITS 



mA 



22.5* 
19.0* 
12.5* 
6.5* 
6.0* 
5.5* 
5.0* 
4.0* 
3.0* 



80 



150* 



3.5* 



2.9 



2.5 



TEST CONDITIONS 



mA 



mAdc 



mAdc 



Vdc 



Vdc 



V 



'C/watt 



To = -40°C to +100°C 

Vbom = Vro M = 25V Peak 
= 50V 
= 100V 
= 150V 
= 200V 
= 250V 
= 300V 
= 400V 
= 500V 



To = +35°C, Io = 10A 
180° Conduction Angle 
Vhxm = VrxM = 25V Peak 
= 50V 
= 100V 
= 150V 
= 200V 
= 250V 
= 300V 
= 400V 
= 500V 



T c - +25°C, V FX = 12Vdc, R L = 50 ohms 



Tc - -40°C, V FX = 12Vdc, R L 



50 ohms 



Tc = 40°C to + 100°C, Vrx = 12Vdc, R L = 50 ohms 



+ 100°C, Vfxm = Rated V r „ M , Rl = 1000 ohms 



T c = +25°C, Ira = 50A Peak, 1 millisecond wide pulse 



fValues apply for zero or negative gate voltage only. Maximum case to ambient thermal resistance for which maximum 

Vfom and Vkom ratings apply equals ll°C/watt. 
*Indicates data included on JEDEC type number registration. 



OUTLINE DRAWING 



NOTES: 

1. Complete threads to extend to 
within 2V2 threads of seating 
plane. Diameter of unthreaded 
portion .249" (6.32MM) Maxi- 
mum, .220" (5.59MM) Minimum. 

2. Angular orientation of these 
terminals is undefined. 

3. W-28 UNF-2A. Maximum pitch 
diameter of plated threads shall 
be basic pitch diameter .2268" 
(5.76MM), minimum pitch diam- 
eter .2225" (5. 66MM), reference: 
screw thread standards for Fed- 
eral Service 1957, Handbook 
H28, 1957, PI. 

4. A chamfer {or undercut) on one 
or both ends of hexagonal por- 
tions is optional. 

5. Case is anode connection. 

6. Large terminal is cathode con- 
nection. 

7. Small terminal is gate connec- 
tion. 

8. Insulating kit available upon re- 
quest. 

A. Vi-28 steel nut, Ni. plated, .178 
min. thk. 

B. Ext. tooth lockwasher, 
steel, Ni. plated, .023 min. thk. 



(COMPLIES WITH JEDEC TO-48) 



SEE NOTES 4 
3, 



>- 
^ 




SEE NOTES 
2 8 7 



SYMBOL 


INCHES 
MIN. MAX. 


MILLIMETERS 
MIN. MAX. 


NOTES 


A 


330 


.505 


8.38 


12.83 




* 


.115 


.140 


2.92 


3.56 


2 


tfb, 


.210 


.300 


5.33 


7.62 


2 


0D 




.544 




13.82 




E 


.544 


.562 


13.82 


14.27 




F 


.113 


.200 


2.87 


5.08 


4 


F l 


.060 




1 .52 






J 




1.1*3 




30.30 




J , 




.875 




22.23 




1 


.150 




3.05 






(SM 










1 


N 


.422 


.453 


10.72 


11.51 




P> 


.060 


.075 


1 .52 


1 .91 




°*1 


.125 


.165 


3.18 


4.19 




W 










3 



I 



329 



2N 1842-50 



lOOr 






































^-— 






JUNCTION 
TEMPERATURE • 


25'C / 


"^-lOO'C 














































UJ 

IE 














2 
< 














1- 
Z 
UJ 
EC 


/ 












5 (0 


/ 












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/ 












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UJ 

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I 












V 


\l 














INCREA 


SES TO F 


3RWARD B 


REAKOVEF 


VOLTAOE 


.01 



















r 




— i — i — i 

notes: 






1 





1 








DC 




X X (1) FREQUENCY 'SO lOtuun: 
/ \ (2) JUNCTION TEMPERATURE =I00°C 




]_ 


\ 


31CURVES APPLY FOR ANODE CURRENT/ 

rateofrise=ioamppermicro- Jr 









conduction '^SECONDS MAX i 


f 180° 




















90° 






















' 




60° 






















- CONDUCTION 
ANGLE -30° 



















































































































































































































2 4 

AVERAGE 



6 8 10 12 14 

FORWARD CURRENT- AMPERES 



2 3 

INSTANTANEOUS ON- VOLTAGE- VOLTS 



2. FORWARD POWER DISSIPATION 
FOR SINUSOIDAL CURRENT WAVEFORM 



1. MAXIMUM FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS— ON-STATE 



I 



g 40 















NOT 

(I)RS 

(2)R< 

PC 


1 

es: 

SISTIVE 


1 1 1 1 I 1 
OR INDUCTIVE LOAD, 50 T0400 H 


E. 














TINGS DERIVED FOR 05 WATT AVERAGE GATE 

WER DISSIPATION. 
kXIMUM THERMAL RESISTANCE (CASE TO - 

AMBIENT)" ll'C PER WATT. 
V (4) CURVES APPLY FOR ANODE CURRENT. 
































w 


RATE OF RISE = 10 AMPERES PER 
MICROSECOND MAX. 


































ANGLE - 


0° 


60° 






















1 1 


V 










90° 


120° 




IsO* 












/ 
/ 




























DC 

































• i T 




I CONDUCTION 
ANGLE 

1 t 1 









































— i — i — i — i — i — i i i i i i 

NOTES: (1) RESISTIVE OR INDUCTIVE LOAD. 50 TO 4001- 


l 

ZFREE 








FIN SIZE 










(2JCURVES SHOWN ARE FOR 180" CONDUCTION ANGLE 
FOR OTHER CONOUCTtON ANGLES, MULTIPLY CURRENT 








\ 








WLUES BY FOLLOWING FACTORS: I20*-0.9I 
90* -0 82 






5"X5" 


N, 


\ 






30"- 0.58 
DC - 1 .40 






~~ 4"X4" 




* 


\ 




PROPER CONDUCTION ANGLE FACTOR. 






\ 




s \ 




(4) ALL FINS 1/16" THICK COPPER WITH EMISSIVITY-90% 










\ 




\ 


FIN SPACING -3/4. 






3 


"X3" 






\ 


V 










































X 


3 










































5 


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V 


W 










































sV 


\ 








































A* 


^ 










































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' 





















































































14 16 



AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT- AMPERES 



90 IO0 120 

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE - 



3. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE CASE TEMPERATURE 
FOR SINUSOIDAL CURRENT WAVEFORM 



4. SUGGESTED MAXIMUM CURRENT VS. AMBIENT 
TEMPERATURE FOR VARIOUS FIN SIZES 



330 



2N 1842-50 



















































































































-40°C TO + IOCC | 


































| 


[ MIN. GATE CURRENT REQUIRED 
t TO TRIGGER ALL UNITS AT'. 

1 1 1 1 1 I I 




































in 

.sr 




J | ir "t;25"C J- -40*C 






















^P 


1 


g 
i 


s. l 


-MIN. GATE 
- VOLTAGE REQTJ- 
TO. TRIGGER ALL 
UNITS 




























B 


l 


§§ 


^ 














K\ 


■ 


I 


^ 


#] 
























K; 


ii 


1 
































Tf" MAX. GATE VOLTAGE THAT " 






T 




















' H00°C=0.3V 1 






\ 








50 100 150 200' | | 








V 






INSTANTANEOUS GATE CURRENT-MILLIAMPERES - 


















SHADED AREA REPRESENTS I 














— * 








POINTS FROM - 40"C TO + IOO"T. 






4 j- 










— > 










1 M ! 1 ! 1 


















*•■ 


_ 






MAX ALLOWABLE GATE 
POWER DISSIPATION. 50 " 
WATTS. 












2 1 
















.=* 


















o<— 





































2140 
tr 

f 100 
I 80 











1 1 1 

NOTE: JUNCTION TEMPERATURE 












SURGE- 


40°C TO+IOO'C 



















































































4 .8 1.2 1.6 2.0 

INSTANTANEOUS GATE CURRENT- AMPERES 



6 8 10 



CYCLES AT 60 Hz 



40 60 



5. GATE TRIGGERING CHARACTERISTICS 



6. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE NON-RECURRENT PEAK SURGE 
FORWARD CURRENT AT RATED LOAD CONDITIONS 




I 



7. MAXIMUM TRANSIENT THERMAL IMPEDANCE- 
JUNCTION TO CASE 



331 



Silicon Unijunction 

Transistor 



2N2160 



2N2221 


SEE GES2221 


2N2222 


SEE GES2222 


2N2322-29 


SEE C5 SERIES 



The General Electric Silicon Unijunction Transistor is a three terminal device 
having a stable "N" type negative resistance characteristic over a wide tempera- 
ture range. A stable peak point voltage, a low peak point current, and a high 
pulse current rating make this device useful in oscillators, timing circuits, trigger 
circuits and pulse generators where it can serve the purpose of two conventional 
silicon or germanium transistors. 

The 2N2160 is intended for hobbyist applications where circuit economy is of 
primary importance. This transistor features Fixed-Bed Construction and is her- 
metically sealed in a welded case. All leads are electrically isolated from the case. 

absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



RMS Power Dissipation 
RMS Emitter Current 
Peak Emitter Current 
Emitter Reverse Voltage 
Interbase Voltage 
Operating Temperature Range 
Storage Temperature Range 



450 mw ' 

50 ma 
2 amperes 

30 volts 

35 volts 

-65°C to +140°C 
-65°Cto+150°C 




BASE TWO B2. 



I 



otherwise specified) 












Note 


Min. 


Max. 


Units 


N 


2 


0.47 


0.80 




" BBO 


3 


4.0 


12.0 


Kohms 


I B2(MOD) 




6.8 


30 


ma 


Ieo 






12 


ua 


Ip 






25 


ua 


Iv 




8 




ma 


VoB, 




3.0 




volts 



electrical characteristics: (2 5°C) (unless 



Intrinsic Standoff Ratio (V BB =10V) 

Interbase Resistance' (V BB =3V, Ie = 0) 

Modulated Interbase Current (V BB =10V, I E =50ma) 

Emitter Reverse Current (Vbze =30V, I B1 =0) 

Peak Point Emitter Current (V BB =25V) 

Valley Point Current (V BB =20V, R B2 =100 ohms) 

Base-One Peak Pulse Voltage (See Circuit Shown) 



Notes: 

(1) Derate 3.9 mw/°C increase in ambient temperature (Thermal Resistance to case = 0.16°C/mw). 

(2) The intrinsic standoff ratio, r\ , is essentially constant with temperature and interbase voltage. 

is defined by the equation: 

200 

V P = t] V BB + — 

1 i 

Where V P = Peak point emitter voltage 
V BB = Interbase voltage 
Tj = Junction Temperature (Degrees Kelvin) 

(3) The interbase resistance is nearly ohmic and increases with temperature in a well-defined manner. The 
temperature coefficient at 25°C is approximately 0.8%/°C. 



332 



SCR 



2N2344-48 I 



2N2417-22 SEE GES2417 



2N2483 SEE GES2483 



The 2N2344 series of Silicon Controlled Rectifiers are reverse blocking thyristors for use in 
low power switching and control applications. This series features maximum gate sensitivity 
and nigh external gate-cathode shunting resistance. The specified blocking voltages are con- 
sistent with the Maximum Junction Temperature limit, permitting simple, straightforward 
circuit design. 



• All welded construction 

• Glass to metal seals 

• Low holding current 

• Extremely high gate sensitivity (I GT = 20 mA) 

• Single-ended package ideal for printed circuit applications 




maximum allowable ratings 



Type 



2N2344 
2N2345 
2N2346 
2N2347 
2N2348 



Peak Forward 
Blocking Voltage, V r x U 1 
T, = -65°Cto -HOOT 



25 Volts* 

50 Volts* 

100 Volts* 

150 Volts* 

200 Volts* 



With 40,000 ohms or less connected from gate to cathode. 



Working and Repetitive 
Peak Reverse Voltage 
VitoM(wkg) & V EO M(rep) 

Tj = -65°Cto +100°C 



25 Volts* 

50 Volts* 

100 Volts* 

150 Volts* 

200 Volts* 



Non-Repetitive Peak 

Reverse Voltage 

«5 Millisec), V R on(non-rep) 

T, = -65°Cto +100°C 



40 Volts* 

75 Volts* 

150 Volts* 

225 Volts* 

300 Volts* 



Peak Forward Voltage, PFV 300 Volts 

RMS Forward Current 16 Amperes 

Average Forward Current, On-state Depends on conduction angle 

(see charts 3 and 4) 

Peak One Cycle Surge Forward Current, non-repetitive, Ifm (surge) 15 Amperes* 

Peak Gate Power, Pom 0.1 Watt* 

Average Gate Power, P g <av> 0.01 Watt* 

Peak Gate Current, I fm 0.1 Ampere* 

Peak Gate Voltage, Forward & Reverse, Vsfm & Vorm 6 Volts* 

Storage Temperature -65°C to +150°C* 

Operating Temperature -65°C to +100°C* 

♦Indicates data included on JEDEC type number registration. 



I 



333 



2N2344-48 



characteristics 



Test 


Symbol 


Min. 


Typ. 


Max. 


Units 


Test Conditions 


REVERSE BLOCKING CURRENT 


Irx 




2.0 


10 


pA 


Vrx = Rated Vrom (rep) , 

Tj = +25°C, 

Rgk = 40,000 ohms 




40 


100* 


/x.A 


Vex = Rated Vrom (rep), 
Tj = +100°C, 
Rgk = 40,000 ohms 


FORWARD BLOCKING CURRENT 


Ifx 




2.0 


10 


fiA 


Vfx = Rated Vfxm, 

Tj = +25°C, 

Rgk = 40,000 ohms 




40 


100* 


tiA 


Vfx = Rated Vfxm, 
Tj = + 100°C, 

Rgk = 40,000 ohms 


GATE TRIGGER CURRENT 


Igt 




5 


20 


,uAdc 


Vfx = +6 Vdc, Tj = +25°C, 
R L = 100 ohms max. 






75* 


/iAdc 


Vfx = +6 Vdc, T, = -65° C, 
R L = 100 ohms max. 


GATE SUPPLY TRIGGER CURRENT 


Igs 




10 


40 


/iAdc 


Vfx - +6 Vdc, Tj = +25° C, 
R L = 100 ohms max. 
Rgk = 40,000 ohms 


GATE TRIGGER VOLTAGE 


Vgt 


0.35 


0.5 


0.8 


Vdc 


Vfx = +6 Vdc, Tj = +25° C, 
R L = 100 ohms max. 






1.0* 


Vdc 


Vfx = +6 Vdc, Tj = -65°C, 
R L — 100 ohms max. 


PEAK ON-VOLTAGE 


Vfm 




1.6 


2.0* 


V 


Ifm = 3.14 amps, 

Tj = +25°C, 

Rgk = 40,000 ohms 


HOLDING CURRENT 


Ihx 




0.2 


1.0* 


mA 


Rgk = 40,000 ohms, 
Tj = 25°C 


TURN-ON TIME 


td + tr 




1.4 




,usec. 


If = 1 amp, Tj = 25°C 


DELAY TIME 


td 




0.6 




usee. 


If = 1 amp, Tj = 25° C 


RISE TIME 


tr 




0.8 




jttsec. 


If = 1 amp, Tj = 25° C 


TURN-OFF TIME 


to 




20 




Msec. 


iv = 1 amp, i R = 1 amp 
dv/dt = 20v//»sec. 
Rgk = 100 ohms, Tj = 100° C 
(See Application Notes) 



♦Includes data included on JEDEC type number registration. 



OUTLINE DRAWING 
(Conforms to JEDEC TO-5 Package Outline) 



I 



NOTE 1: THIS ZONE IS CONTROLLED FOR AUTO- 
MATIC HANDLING. THE VARIATION IN ACTUAL 
DIAMETER WITHIN THIS ZONE SHALL NOT 
EXCEED .010. 

NOTE 2: MEASURED FROM MAX. DIAMETER OF 
THE ACTUAL DEVICE. 

NOTE 3: THE SPECIFIED LEAD DIAMETER APPLIES 
IN THE ZONE BETWEEN .050 AND 250 FROM 
THE BASE SEAT. BETWEEN .250 AND 1.5 MAX- 
IMUM OF .021 DIAMETER IS HELD. OUTSIDE OF 
THESE ZONES THE LEAD DIAMETER IS NOT 
CONTROLLED LEADS MAY BE INSERTED, WITHOUT 
DAMAGE, IN .031 HOLES WHILE DEVICE ENTERS 
371 HOLE CONCENTRIC WITH LEAD HOLE CIRCLE. 

APROX WEIGHT 05 OZ 
ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES 



.370 



.335 
.325 



.260 
.240 



IOO MIN._ 
"(NOTE I) 



1.500 
MIN. 



ANODE LEAD 
(GROUNDED 
TO HOUSING) 
.017 DIA. 



-3 LEADS 

017 -.001 
(NOTE 3) 




334 



2IM2344-48 































































JUNCTION 


















100 


•c— • 




25 °C 












































































/ 

1 






































J 




















































































NOTE ON VOLTAGE 
MEASURED AT A POINT ON 
LEADS 1/2 INCH FROM 
BOTTOM OF CASE 






























































i 
\ 


I 
\ 
























INCREASES TO FORWARD 
BREAKOVER VOLTAGE 








v -. 
























1 1 1 1 



























i?n 












































inn 






























NOTE: 40,000 OHM RESISTOR CONNECTED 
FROM GATE TO CATHODE. 






fin 












































fin 












































40 




























MAXIMUM AT IOO°C JUNCTION TEMPERATURE 








20 


































TYPICAL AT IOO»C 




MAXIMUM AT 25"C 





^" 














TYPICAL AT 25 "C 





10 2.0 3.0 4 

INSTANTANEOUS ON VOLTAGE - VOLTS 



1. MAXIMUM FORWARD CHARACTERISTICS 
CONDUCTING STATE 



10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 

INSTANTANEOUS APPLIED VOLTAGE ( PERCENT OF RATED VOLTAGE ) 

2. TYPICAL AND MAXIMUM FORWARD AND REVERSE 
BLOCKING CHARACTERISTICS 



100 



NOTES: 

1 RESISTIVE 


OR INDUCTIVE 


LOAD. 


60CPS 










3 CASE TEMPERATURE IS MEASUREO AT A POINT IN THE CENTER 


















































































































30* 


60* 


90"** 


120 




180° 






DC 










































1 N 




















0" 


L_J5 

C0NDUC1 
ANGLE 


0" 




















ION 

























130 

1 120 
cc 

e no 

| 100 

*" 90 

z 

S 80 

s 

** 70 




















NOTES- 




















/ S 






2. 


60 CPS. 

RATINGS DERIVED FOR 01 WATT 












/ 


\ 
































\ 






























c 


•1. . 

CONDUCTION 
ANGLE 


ISO" 




























































































































* 
o 






































a 40 

2 

£ 30 

<t 
X 

20 

10 


























































































































120* 


























1 \ 








\l 



















I 



AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT -AMPERES 



4. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 



AVERAGE FORWARO CURRENT -AMPERES 



3. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE CASE TEMPERATURE 



335 



2N 2344-48 



26 
2.4 
2.2 
2.0 

1.8 
1.6 
1.4 
1.2 
1.0 
0.8 
0.6 
0.4 
0.2 












"I 






































/ N 


\ 




















— 














\ 




























1 
1 


\ 




























0° 


1 


80° 

1 
































CONDUCTION 
ANGLE 




120' 


























90°/ 




























6 


0°/ 
































3 


u- 




















































































































NOTE: 

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE =I00°C 









































0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 14 

AVERAGE FORWARD CURRENT-AMPERES 



5. FORWARD POWER DISSIPATION 



~r 



T~ 



~r 



T" 



— i 1 r - 

NOTES: 

(I) SHADED AREA REPRESENTS LOCUS OF POSSIBLE 

FIRING POINTS FR0M-65"C TO +IOO°C 
12] JUNCTION TEMPERATURE - 65°C TO + IOO°C 

(3) 6 VOLTS DC ANODE TO CATHODE 

(4) 40,000 OHM RESISTOR FROM GATE TO CATHODE 
AS SHOWN IN CIRCUIT BELOW: 




0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 14 

INSTANTANEOUS GATE SUPPLY CURRENT-MILLIAMPERES 

6. GATE TRIGGERING CHARACTERISTICS 



20O 



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7. MAXIMUM TRANSIENT THERMAL IMPEDANCE 



336 



Silicon Unijunction 

Transistors 




The General Electric 2N2646 and 2N2647 Silicon Unijunction Transistors have an entirely new structure 
resulting in lower saturation voltage, peak-point current and valley current as well as a much higher base- 
one peak pulse boltage. In addition, these devices are much faster switches. 

The 2N2646 is intended for general purpose industrial applications where circuit economy is of primary 
importance, and is ideal for use in firing circuits for Silicon Controlled Rectifiers and other applications 
where a guaranteed minimum pulse amplitude is required. The 2N2647 is intended for applications where 
a low emitter leakage current and a low peak point emitter current (trigger current) are required 
(i.e. long timing applications), and also for triggering high power SCR's. 




absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 

Power Dissipation (Notel) 300 mw 
RMS Emitter Current 50 ma 

Peak Emitter Current (Note 2) 2 amperes 

Emitter Reverse Voltage 30 volts 

Interbase Voltage 35 volts 

Operating Temperature Range — 65 C to -f-125 C 

Storage Temperature Range — 65°C to -|-150°C 



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electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



PARAMETER 

Intrinsic Standoff Ratio (Vbb = 10V) 

Interbase Resistance (Vbb = 3V, I E = 0) 

Emitter Saturation Voltage (Vbb = 10V, I K = 50 ma) 

Modulated Interbase Current (Vbb = 10V, I E = 50 ma) 

Emitter Reverse Current (Vb«e = 30V, I B i = 0) 

Peak Point Emitter Current (Vbb = 25V) 

Valley Point Current (Vbb = 20V, R B2 = 100Q) 

Base-One Peak Pulse Voltage (Note 3) 

SCR Firing Conditions (See Figure 26, back page) 

1. Derate 3.0 MW/°C increase in ambient temperature. 
The total power dissipation (available power to Emit- 
ter and Base-Two) must be limited by the external 
circuitry. 

2. Capacitor discharge — 10/ifd or less, 30 volts or less. 

3. The Base-One Peak Pulse Voltage is measured in the 
circuit below. This specification on the 2N2646 and 
2N2647 is used to ensure a minimum pulse amplitude 
for applications in SCR firing circuits and other 
types of pulse circuits. 








ZN2646 






2N2647 








Min. 


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The intrinsic standoff ratio, 77, is essentially constant 
with temperature and interbase voltage. 77 is defined 
by the equation : 

Vr = v Vbb + Vd 



Where Vp = 

Vbb 



Peak Point Emitter Voltage 
= Interbase Voltage 




Vd — Junction Diode Drop (Approx. .5V) 



EMITTER 
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FIGURE 2 

Unijunction Transistor Symbol wifh Nomenclature ; 
used for voltage and currents. 



FIGURE 3 

Static Emitter Chora ct eristics curves showing im- 
i portent parameters and measurement points 
(exaggerated to show details). 



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340 



Silicon 

Transistors 




The 2N2711 and 2N2712 are planar passivated NPN Silicon transistors specifically manufactured 
for radio and general purpose commercial applications. They are housed in an epoxy case and are 
intended to perform all small signal functions in a conventional AM radio. 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) 



(unless otherwise specified) 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 

Current 

Collector* (Steady State) 

Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air @ 25°C) * 
Total Power (Free air @ 55°C) " 

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Storage 
Operating 



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2N2712 

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200 
120 



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volts 
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mW 

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DIMENSIONS WITHIN * EDEC 
OUTLINE TO-98 

NOTE t: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between 070 and 750 from the seat 
ing plane Between 250 and end ot lead » 
ma> ot 021 is held 




500 SEATING 
M1N PLANE 



electrical characteristics: (2 5^C) (unless otherwise specified) 



D-C CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector Cutoff Current ( Vob — 18V) 

(Vcb = 18V, T 4 = 100°C) 
Emitter Cutoff Current (Veb = 5V) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio ( V C e = 4.5V, Io = 2 mA) 
SMALL. SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Common Emitter (Vce = 5V, 1 = 2 mA, f = 455 kHz) 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio: Output a.C. Short Circuited 
input Impedance: Output a.c. Short Circuited 

Reverse Voltage Transfer Ratio: Input a.C. Open Circuited 

Output Admittance: Input a.c. Open Circuited 

Forward Transfer Admittance: Output a.C Short Circuited 

Input Admittance: Output a.c. Short Circuited 

Reverse Transfer Admittance: Input a.C Short Circuited 

Output Admittance: Input a.c. Short Circuited 

HIGH FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector Capacitance (Vob = 10V, I E = 0, f = 1 MHz) 

NOISE 

Noise Figure (Io = 100 ftA, Vce = 5V, f = 10 kHz, BW = 1 Hz, Rg = 2000 £2) 
Signal to Noise Ratio in Typical RF Circuit (1600 kHz, 12 juV signal) 





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Silicon 

Transistors 




The General Electric 2N27 13 and 2N2714 are epoxy encapsulated planar epitaxial passivzted NPN silicon 
transistors specifically manufactured for general purpose commercial applications. They are particularly 
useful in output stages where low saturation voltage is desirable. They may also be used to advantage in 
switching applications due to their low storage time, good beta holdup to beyond 1 50 ma and low V 

CE(SAT). 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) 



(unless otherwise specified) 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 

Currant 

Collector* (Steady State) 

Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air @ 25 °C) ** 

Temperature 

Storage 
Operating 

•Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current. 
"Derate 3.6 mw/°C increase in ambient temperature above 25°C. 



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18 


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volts 


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360 


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+100 


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NOTE t: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between .070 and .250 from the seat- 
ing plane Between 250 and end of lead a 
max of .021 is held. 



ALL OIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED 




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500 SEATING 
MIN PLANE 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) 

DC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector Cutoff Current (Vcb = 18V) 

(Vcb = 18V, T A = 100°C) 

Emitter Cutoff Current ( Vkb = 5V) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio (Vcu = 4.5V, I — 2 mA) 

2N2713 
2N2714 

Collector Saturation Voltage (I B = 3 mA, Ic = 50 mA) 

Base Saturation Voltage (Ib = 3 mA, I c = 60 mA) 

LARGE SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS 



Input Impedance ( 



Vbe. - Vb 



; where condition "1" is 



Ibs — Ibi 

Ib = .05 mA and condition "2" is I B = .5 mA, V c 



IV) 



SWITCHING SPEEDS 

Delay Time 
Rise Time 
Storage Time 
Fall Time 



(See Figure 1) 



220 pf 



o3V 

>iooa 




IcBO 
IcBO 

Iebo 

hr» 
hrs 

VcB(SAT) 
VbB(SAT) 



Min. 



30 
75 



Typ. 



Max. 



0.1 


fiA 


15 


mA 


0.5 


mA 


90 




225 




0.30 


volts 


1.3 


volts 



t, 
t. 
t, 



200 



60 
85 
85 
40 



"HGum « swrreHHto etnewt 



ohms 



ns 
ns 
ns 
ns 



I 



i'^wbEkSSoF* -sjL^^.. i<arey 



343 



2N2713, 4 



TYPES 

2N2713, 

2N2714 



100 
80 

























I CB0 VS TEMPERATURE 
2N27I3.2N27I4 








V CB » 18V 
















































, 










^ 



















40 60 80 

TEMPERATURE IN *C 

































2 


EISAT) VS 
2713, 2N2 

T A = 25° C 


14 _^ 

















































































































































4 6 8 10 20 40 60 80 100 200 400 6 00 800 1000 

I c IN mA 



I 





1 

A DISTRIBUTION 














OF V CE (SAT) 














I c .50mA 
I B = 3 mA 














T fl = 


25°C 























































0.12 
VcE(SAT) IN VOLTS 



344 



2N2713, 4 



h, e or h FE vs. Ic - TYPE 2N271 3 





1 
h FE VS I c 
2N27I3 
V CE ■ 5V 














































n,, vs J. E 
Vcb = 5V 
f = IkHz 
455kHz 

IMHi 










h 


fe 


IkHz/ 










— 




*. h FE 














T 4 = 25 


•c 








»u 


455kHz/ 




• / 














\ 
\ 




















s 


// 




























\ 


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^ 


.--' 








/h 


fe 1 


KH 


























\ 


^ 

























































I 2 4 6 8 10 

I, IN mA 



h fe or h FE vs. Ic - TYPE 2N2714 







hFE VS IC 












































^ 


V CE =5V 
fe VS I E 
V C B=5V 








h 


f. '^ 


yr 


































T 4 




25°C 




























h F 


E 

































































































































































\ 



2 4 6 8 10 

I c IN mA 



345 



2N2713, 4 



h fe vs. Ic - TYPE 2N2713 



I 





h„ VS I c 
2N27I3 






























V C8 »5V 
T A .25-C 










h ( , AT ZOtmz/ 




























































h„ AT 40MHz. 







































































4 6 8 10 



I c IN mA 



h, e vs. Ic - TYPE 2N2714 



































h„ vs 

2N27I 


4 








h ( . AT 20 


MHz . 


















T 4 "25 


V 






































h„ AT A 


0MHz 



















































I 2 4 6 8 10 

I c IN mA 



346 



TYPES 2N2713, 2N2714 



2N2713,4 



280 




























' ' 








h fe AT IkHzVS h FE 
2N27I3.2N27K 




* / 






< 




I c = 2mA 
T A - 25°C 


» / 


" 






<M 
























' 








iO 






"/ 










^ 
< 




V 






























, 



















































/OLTAGE 
2N27I4 

25°C 

MHz 










2N27I3 
IE 




















































^ 


' 













h FE A T V CE * 5V; I c = 2MA 



f 































7 




NOISE VOLTAGE AND CURRENT 

VS I E 

2N27I3, 2N27I4 

V C = 5V T A = 25°C 

(INFORMATION FROM MODEL 

310 TRANSISTOR NOISE 

ANALYZER QUAN-TECH 

LABS, INC.) 














































/ 
















4 








\kHzy 
Jr 




En 

In — 











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,S 






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10 kHz 












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*' 








-' 




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IKHz 










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•" 














10 












** 












<-•' 


--- 




>-*r 




^ 
















10 


kHz 



















































If IN m A 



































































FOR LOW NOISE VS I E 
2N27I3.2N27I4 
























V CE -5V 
T A =25'C 




























^SKm 


1 


























































NjOOHz 






















INFORMATION FROM MOC 
310 TRANSISTOR NOISE 


EL \> 






















ANALYZ 

LA 


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I 



4 6 8 10 



347 



Silicon Unijunction 

Transistor 



2N2840 



2N2906-7 SEE GES2906-7 



The General Electric Type 2N2840 Silicon Unijunction transistor maintains its negative resistance region 
for extremely low interbase voltages. This transistor is specifically characterized for use at interbase 
voltages less than 10 volts and as low as 1.5 volts. The transistor is hermetically sealed in a welded case 
equivalent to the TO- 18, except for lead orientation. Base-two is electrically common to case. 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) 



Power Dissipation* 
RMS Emitter Current 
Peak Emitter Current** 
Emitter Reverse Voltage 
Interbase Voltage 
Operating- Temperature Range 
Storage Temperature Range 



*Derate 2.4 mw/°C increase in ambient temperature. Maximum power available to 
the transistor must be limited by external circuitry to be within this rating. 

**Capacitor Discharge — 10 /iid or less, 30 volts or less. 



300 


mw 


50 


ma 


2 


amps 


30 


volts 


35 


volts 


65 to +150 


°C 


65 to +175 


°C 




MTE h Ma». diameter leads at a gaging 
plane .O54 + .0O1-.O0O below base seal 
to be within .00/ ot their true location 
relative to max width, tab and to the max. 
.230 diameter measured with a suitable 
gage. When gage is not u 
ment will be made at base seat 
mi 3: Lead diameter is controlled in 
trie zone between 050 and .250 from the 
base seat. Between .250 and end of lead 
a ma>. of .021 is held. 
NOTE i Calculated by measuring flange 
diameter, including tab and excluding tab. 
and subtracting the smaller diameter trom 
the larger diameter 




EMITTER. 
BASE ONE. 
BASE TWO 



I 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) 

PARAMETER 

Emitter Peak Point Voltage (Vbb = 1.50V) 

Emitter Peak Point Current (Vbb — 1.50V) 

Intrinsic Standoff Ratio (Vbb = 10V) *** 

Emitter Valley Point Voltage (Vbb = 1.50V) 

Emitter Valley Point Current (Vbb = 1.50V) 

Emitter Base Saturation Current (Vbb = 1.50V; Vkbi = 1.50V) 

Emitter Reverse Current (V B2 e = 30V; Ibi = 0) 

Interbase Resistance (Vbb = 1.50V; I E = 0) 

***n is defined by the equation Vp = v Vbb +Vd where V D ~ .5V. 





Min. 


Typ. 


Max. 




Vp 


1.30 


1.4 


1.50 


volts 


Ip 




7.5 


10 


fia 


V 




.62 






Vv 




.95 


1.10 


volts 


Iv 


.20 


.40 


.70 


ma 


Ie(sat> 


20 


40 




ma 


Ieo 




.05 


1 


Ma 


Rbb 


4.7 


7 


9.1 


Kfi 






TEMPERATURE 
COEFFICIENT, MV/°C 




10% 


MED 


90% 


V P 


-2.8 


-3.4 


-4.0 


v B 


-1.7 


-2.0 


.-2.4 



348 



2N2840 























































^\ 


IR 
























































1? 
















































































































04 





























-60 -40 -20 



+20 +40 +60 +80 +100 +120 +140 +160 +180 

JUNCTION TEMPERATURE -Tj- DEGREES CENTIGRADE 





































































































































v B 


B .io 


V 


























































o 

> 












































































































































> 




























v 


JB =6 


V 
























































< 
















































EC 

HI 

t- 
(- 


































v 


B"3 


• 


























































































v 


B"- 


sv 




























































































































































-60 -40 -20 



20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 

TEMPERATURE -*C 

























































































































































































V BB =I.5V 






< 

A. 
































































































1- 
















































a. 
































































































< 






















































































V BB -3V 






3 
uj 2 


































































































































_Vbb=6v 












































v BB *rov 
























































-60 -40 



20 40 60 80 K>0 120 140 160 

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -T. - °C 





































































































•»■■»■ 






























































































o 


























v B 


B-IO 


V 


















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-60 -40 -20 



20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 

TEMPERATURE - "C 































































































y 














































\ 






























































































































































V E 


e .m 


V 












































































\ 


s 






















































































































































v 


B-6 


V 






































































































































v 


B-3 


V 


























































































v s 


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-40 -20 20 40 60 

TEMPERATURE - # C 



100 120 140 160 



349 



Silicon 

Transistors 




The General Electric 2N2923, 2N2924 and 2N2925 are a family of planar passivated NPN 
silicon transistors intended for general purpose applications. The planar passivated construc- 
tion assures excellent device stability and life. These high performance, high value devices 
are made possible by utilizing advanced manufacturing techniques and epoxy encapsulation. 

absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 

Current 

Collector (Steady State)* 

Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air at 25°C) ** 
Total Power (Free air at 55°C) ** 

Temperature 

Storage 
Operating 



VCEO 
VEBO 
VcBO 



Pt 
Pt 



25 V 

5 V 

25 V 



100 mA 



360 mW 
250 mW 



T» 
T, 



—55 to + 150°C 
+125°C 



* Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current. 
! *Derate 3.6 mW/°C increase in ambient temperature above 25°C. 




DIMENSIONS WITHIN 
JEDEC OUTLINE T0-98 

NOTE 1: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between .070 and 250 trom the seat- 
ing plane. Between .250 and end of lead a 
max. of .021 is held. 



ALL DIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED 




.500 SEATING 
MIN PLANE 



electrical characteristics: (2 5°C) (unless otherwise specified) 

D-C CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector Cutoff Current (Vcb = 25V) Icbo 

(Vcb = 25V, Ta = 100°C) Icbo 

Emitter Cutoff Current (Veb = 5V) Iebo 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Vce = 4.5V, Ic = 2 mA) h™ 

2N2923 

2N2924 

2N2925 

SMALL SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Vce = 10V, Ic = 2 mA, f = 1kHz) h„ 

2N2923 

2N2924 

2N2925 

Input Impedance (Vce = 10V, Ic = 2 mA, f = 1kHz) h tb 

HIGH FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector Capacitance (Vcb = 10V, I B = 0, f = 1MHz) Ccbo 

Gain Bandwidth Product (I c = 4 mA, Vcb = 5V) f t 

NOISE 

Noise Figure (Ic = 100 M A, Vce = 5V, f = 10kHz, 

BW = 1 Hz, Rg = 2000O) N. F. 



Min. 



Typ. 



115 
155 
215 



90 
150 
235 



4.5 



15 

7 
160 



Max. 

0.1 
15 

0.1 



180 
300 
470 



10 



mA 
nA 



ohms 

pF 
MHz 



2.8 (2N2925 only) dB 



350 



Silicon 

Transistor 




(unless otherwise specified) 



The General Electric 2N2926 is a planar passivated silicon transistor intended 
for general purpose applications. The planar passivated construction assures 
excellent device stability and life. This high performance, high value device is 
made possible by advanced manufacturing techniques, epoxy encapsulation, and 
utilization of the full line distribution of hfe. This full line distribution is sup- 
plied in five beta categories, each with a 2-1 beta spread. Each beta category is 
color coded and the per cent of the total order shipped in each category is 
shown below. Significant savings may be realized by designing equipment utilizing 
all beta categories in proportions compatible with this "full line distribution" 

type- 
absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) 

Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 

Emitter to Base 

Collector to Base 
Current 

Collector (Steady State)* 
Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air at 25°C)** 

Total Power (Free air at 25°C)** 
Temperature 

Storage 

Operating 

Lead Temperature, 1/16" ± 1/32" 
from case for 10 seconds max. 

*Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current. 
**Derate 2.67 mW/°C increase in ambient temperature above 25°C. 



VcEO 

Vebo 
Vcbo 


25 

5 

25 






V 
V 
V 


Ic 


100 






mA 


Pt 
Pt 


200 
120 






mW 

mW 


TsTG 


-55 to +150°C 
+ 100°C 




T L 




+260' 


'C 






■on I. Tnt specified lead 
diameter applies to the jone 
between .050 and 250 frem 
the base ol the seat. Be 
tween .250 and end pf lead 
a maiimum pi 021 diam 
etei is held. Outside ol these 
rones the lead diameter u 
not controlled. 




»LL OIMEN. 



3 LEADS .017 
(NOTE I) 



electrical characteristics: (25^) 

D-C CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector Cutoff Current 

(V CB = 18V) 

(V C b = 18V, T A = 100°C) 
Emitter Cutoff Current 

(Veb =5V) I ebc 

SMALL SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(V CE = 10V, Ic = 2ma, f = lkc) h fe 



(unless otherwise specified) 



ACBO 

Icbo 



35 



0.5 
15 

0.5 



470 



/xa 
/xa 

tta 



I 



Each unit will be branded with, the 2N2926 type number and will also be color 
coded to identify the A-C beta range into which it falls. Segregation of the beta 
distribution into the following five groups is provided, though it is not a require- 
ment of the JEDEC registration. Typical D-C beta is also shown for guidance 
purposes. 



351 



2N2926 



Color Code 

Brown 

Red 

Orange 

Yellow 

Green 



(V CE 


= 10V, 


Ic 


= 2ma, f = 


lkc) 


(V C E 


Min. 






Max. 




Typ. 


35 






70 




36 


55 






110 




62 


90 






180 




115 


150 






300 




155 


235 






470 




215 



4.5V, I c = 2ma) 
Content 

0-6% 

5-10% 

20-26% 

35-45% 

20-30% 



Min. 



Typ. 



Max. 



Input Impedance: 

(Vce = 10V, I c 



2ma, f = lkc) 



h ih 



15 



ohm 



HIGH FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector Capacitance 

(Vcb = 10V, I E = 0, f = Imc) Cob 

Gain Bandwidth Product 

(I c = 2ma, Vcb = 5V) f, 



4.5 



7 
120 



10 



pf 
mc 



I 



352 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N3390 



The General Electric 2N3390 is an NPN silicon planar passivated transistor 
designed as a small signal industrial amplifier. This device features tight beta 
control at an extremely low price. 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°C)(unie 



ss otherwise specified) 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 

Current 

Collector (Steady State)* 

Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air at 25°C)** 
Total Power (Free air at 55°C)** 

Temperature 

Storage 
Operating 



V 



EBO 



Pt 

Pt 



18 
5 



100 

360 
260 



V 
V 

V 



ma 



mw 
mw 



-55 to +125°C 
+ 125"C 



♦Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current. 
**Derate 2.67 mw/°C increase in ambient temperature above 25°C. 




DIMENSIONS WITHIN 
JEDEC OUTLINE TO-98 

NOTE 1: Lead diameter is controlled in 
zone between .070 and .250 from the seat- 
ing plane. Between .250 and end of lead a 
max. of .021 is held. 



ALL OIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCEO 




.500 SEATING 
MIN PLANE 

i_ 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) 



(unless otherwise specified) 



Sym. 



Min. 



Max. 



Units 



STATIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector Cutoff Current 

(Vcb = 18V) 

(V CB = 18V, T A = 100°C) 

Emitter Cutoff Current 

(V EB =5V) 

Collector Cutoff Current 

(V CE = 25V) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(V CE = 4.5V, I c = 2mA) 

Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = 1mA) 



IcBO 
IcBO 




0.1 
10.0 


MA 

/A A 


I EBO 




0.1 


M A 


Ices 




0.1 


/xA 


hpE 


400 


800 




V(BR)CEO 


25 







■ 



DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Vce = 4.5V, I c = 2mA, f = 1kHz) 

Output Capacitance, Common Base 

(V CB = 10V, I E = 0, f = 1MHz) 



C c 



400 



1250 
10 



pF 



353 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N3391.A 



The General Electric 2N3391 and 2N3391A are NPN silicon planar passivated 
devices intended for low noise preamplifier applications. The planar passivated 
construction assures excellent device stability and life. These high performance, 
high value transistors are made possible by utilizing advanced manufacturing 
techniques. 

absolute maximum ratings (25°C) unless otherwise specified 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 

Currant 

Collector (Steady State)'" 

Dissipation 

Total Power (Free Air @ 25°C) < 



Temperature 

Storage 

Operating 

Lead Soldering, X." ± Ki" 

from case for 10 seconds max. 



VcBO 

Vbbo 

VcBO 



Pt 

Pt 



T.tg 

T, 

T L 



26 

5 

25 



V 
V 
V 



100 mA 



360 mW 



-55 to +150 
+ 125 
+260 



D C 

°c 



Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current. 
Derate 3.6 mW/°C increase in ambient temperautre above 25°C. 




NOTE 1: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between .070 and .250 from the seat- 
ing plane. Between .250 and end of lead a 
max. of .021 is held. 



ALL DIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED 
TO-98 



3 LEADS 
. +.002 
-.001 

(NOTE I) 



.017 




T075 r~ 

•°f 5 J*5 
— «— .225 



"1 t 

.500 SEATIN 

MIN PLANE 

__i 



,050 ±.005 

.100+ .005 
_ .I05 
090 

T 



.140 
.110 



electrical characteristics (25°C) unless otherwise specified 



Collector Cutoff Currant 

(Vob = 25V) Icbo 

(Vob = 25V,Ta = 100 o C) Icbo 

Emitter Cutoff Currant 

(Vbb = 5V) Ibbo 

Forward Currant Transfer Ratio 

(Vo» = 4.5V, Io = 2 mA) h™ 

SMALL SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Vo» = 10V, I o = 100/i.A,f = lKHz) h„ 

Input Impedance 

(Vo» = 10V, Io.= 2mA,f = lKHz) h,„ 

Output Capacitance „ 

(Vob = 10V, I» = 0, f = lMHz) C cbo 

Gain Bandwidth Product 

(Io = 2 mA, Vob = 5 V) f. 

NOISE 

(wide band— 15 Hz to 10 KHz, 
Equivalent Noise Bandwidth = 15.7 KHz) 

Noise Figure 

(Io = 100 /*A, Vo» = 4.5V, R, = 5000 ohms) NF 

ffl> Typically a minimum of 95% of the distribution is above this value. 
M Type 2N3891A only. 



Mill. 



Typ. 



Max. 



250 



170" 



2.0 





.1 
10 


^A 




.1 


nA 




500 




200 






15 




ohms 


7 


10 


pF 


120 




MHz 



1.9 



6*" db 



354 



V 



TYPICAL CURVES 



2N3391, A 























































































































































































































































































h FE vs i c 






























T A = 


25*C 










^ 

































































.01 .02 .04 .06.06.1 



.4 .6 .8 I 

I c IN mA 



2 4 6 8 10 20 























































































































































































































































h )8 VS I c 

V C = I0V 






























f = IKHz 
T A *25°C 






























| 











01 .02 .04 .06.08.1 



.4 .6 .8 

I c IN mA 



2 4 6 8 10 20 





























































/, 




























/ 


7 




























// 


















URE 


















V 


2mA, .1 mA,.0lm A 





















































































































































































































































































































































































































































-40 -20 2 



.ImA 
2mA 



40 60 80 100 

























I CB0 


VS TEMPERATURE 








V CB • 18V 



































































































4 










V c ibo 

Vc -0 


c 


ib0 VS VOLTAG 

f = IKHz 
T A =25°C 


E 














































Ccbo \ 
I B -0 























































8 










































6 

































































2 4 6 

V EB or V CB ,N VOLTS 



10 20 



20 40 60 80 100 

TEMPERATURE IN»C 



2 3456789 db NOISE FIGURE 








Ill 1 111 














NORMALIZED h PARAMETERS VS I 
V C = 10. 


















hoe y 








hr« 


%? 








T fl 


= 25"C 








































hf. 








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355 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N3392.3.4 



The General Electric 2N3392, 2N3393 and 2N3394 are NPN silicon planar passi- 
vated transistors designed as small signal amplifiers. These devices feature tight 
beta control at an extremely low price. 

absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 




VCBO 

Vebo 

VcBO 




25 

5 

25 


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V 
V 


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Pt 




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260 


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Storage 
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+ 125 


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°C 



Lead Temperature, %e" ± ^2" 
from case for 10 seconds max. 



+260 °C 



' Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current. 
' Derate 2.67 mw/°C increase in ambient temperature above 25 °C. 




HOTE 1: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between .070 and .250 from the seat- 
ing plane. Between .250 and end oHead a 
max. ot .021 is held- 




t~ r 

.500 SEATING 
MIN PLANE 



electrical characteristics: (25^C) (unless otherwise specified) 



DC CHARACTERISTICS 
Collector Cutoff Currejit 

(Vcb = 25V, I B = 0) 
(Vob = 25V, T A = 100° C) 

Emitter Cutoff Current 

(V.b = 5V, Ic = 0) 

Collector to Emitter Voltage 

(Ic = lmA) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Vcb = 4.5V, Ic = 2 mA) 



SMALL SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS 
Output Capacitance 

(Vcb = 10V, I. = 0, f = 1 MHz ) 

Input lmp*danc« 

(Vc. = 10V; Ic = 2 mA; f = 1 KHz) 

Gain Bandwidth Product 

(Ic = 2mA; Vcb = 5V) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Ic = 20 mA; Vcb = 5V, f = 20 MHz) 



Min. 



Typ. 



Max. 





JCBO 






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2N3392 
2N3393 
2N3394 


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h FE 


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90 

55 




300 
180 
110 




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2N3392 


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4.5 
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V CE = 10v; l c = 1 m A; f = 1 KHz 

2N3392 2N3393 2N3394 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio hu 208 150 100 
Input Impedance h,„ 6000 3400 2750 ohms 

Output Admittance h.. 14.0 10.0 7.7 ^mhos 

Voltage Feedback Ratio h„ .33 .225 .175 xlO"" 



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60 80 100 



358 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N3395,6,7,8 



The General Electric 2N3395 through 2N3398 are NPN silicon planar passivated 
transistors designed specifically for application in small signal industrial amplifiers. 
These devices are spread types which offer tightly controlled beta groups with a 
guaranteed distribution of groups. Each group is a 2 to 1 beta category and is 
color coded. The percent of the total order to be shipped in each category is 
shown on the chart on the back of this specification sheet. Significant savings 
may be realized by designing equipment using all beta categories in proportions 
compatible with these spread types. 

absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 

Voltages 



Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 

Current 

Collector (Steady State)* 

Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air at 25°C)** 
Total Power (Free air at 55°C)** 

Temperature 

Storage 
Operating 

Lead Temperature, 1/16" ± 1/32" 
from case for 10 seconds max. 



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5 

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100 



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V 



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360 


mw 


250 


mw 


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+ 125°C 



+260°C 



* Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current. 
** Derate 3.6 mw/°C increase in ambient temperature above 25°C. 




■•Tl !. The specified lead -*] .185 max }*- 
diameter applies to the zone 
between .050 and .250 from 
the base of the seat. Be- 
tween 250 and end of lead 
a maximum of .021 diam 
etet is held. Outside of these 
zones the lead diameter is 
not controlled. 



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MAX 



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electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise 



specified) 



DC Characteristics 

Collector cutoff current (V CB =25V, I E =0) 
Emitter cutoff current (V EB =5V, I c =0) 
Forward current transfer ratio (V CE =4.5V, 
I c =2 ma) 2N3395 

2N3396 
2N3397 
2N3398 
Grounded-base, open circuit 
output (V CE =10V) Collector 
Capacitance 
(I E =0, f=l mc) 



Sym. 


Min. 


Max. 


Unit 


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500 






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500 






55 


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55 


800 





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electrical characteristics: 

GUARANTEED DISTRIBUTION 



Color Code 

2N3395 

2N339o 

2 N 3397 
2N3398 



55-110 
Red 



0-15% 



0-15% 



90-180 
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10-60% 



10-50% 



10-50'! 



1 50-300 
Yellow 

35-65% 
10-60% 
10-50% 
10-50% 



250-500 
White 

35-65% 

5-35% 
5-35% 
5-35% 



400-800 
Blue 



0-15% 



A transisior line generates product with parameter variations. On General Electric Company's economy lines the 
beta is divided into three to five separate groups from the total line. 

On the spread types, General Electric guarantees that a certain percentage of each transistor group will be 
shipped when you order the type. As an example, suppose you order 1000 pieces of the 2N3396. You may 
receive luO orange pieces (h HE =90-180) 600 yellow pieces (h FE =150-300) and 300 white pieces (h FE =250-500). 
On the other hand, you may receive 600 orange pieces, 300 yellow pieces and 100 white pieces. This flexibility 
allows us to balance order requirements against actual production types. The savings achieved is passed on to 
you. If you can't use the spread types, you can still purchase our single line types such as the 2N3391, 2N3392 
and 2N3393 at extremely low prices. 



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Transistors 



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2N3402 - 


5 


2N3414 - 


7 



The General Electric Types 2N3402-2N3405 and 2N3414-2N3417 are NPN silicon 
planar epitaxial passivated transistors intended for general purpose industrial 
circuits. These transistors are especially suited for high level linear amplifiers or 
medium speed switching circuits in industrial control applications 



2N3638 SEE GES3638 



2N3649-58 SEE CT40 SERIES 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) 



(unless otherwise specified) 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 

Emitter to Base 

Collector to Base 
Current 

Collector (Steady State) * 
Dissipation 

Heatsink @ 25°C (2N3402-5)** 

Total Power (Free Air (5) 25°C)t 

(2N3402-5) 

Total Power (Free Air <ffi 25°C)± 

(2N3414-17) 

Total Power (Free Air @ 65° C) J 

(2N3414-17) 
Temperature 

Storage 

Operating 



VcEO 
V EBO 
VCBO 

Ic 

Pt 
Pt 

Pt 

Pt 



2N3402.3 
2N3414.15 

25 

5 

25 



2N3404.5 
2N3416.17 



500 



50 

5 

50 

500 



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V 
V 




900 
560 

360 

260 



Lead Soldering, % 



case for 10 seconds max. 



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T„ 
Tj 



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+ 150 

+260 



mw 
mw 



mw 



mw 



°C 

°c 



NOTE 1: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between .070 and .250 from the seat- 
ing plane. Between .250 and end of lead a 
max. of .021 is held. 



ALL DIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED 



^Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at 
this current. 
*Derate 7.2 mw/°C increase in case temperature above 25°C. 




REFERENCE UNLESS TQIEHANCED 



fDerate 4.47 mw/°C increase in ambient temperature above 25° C. 
JDerate 2.67 mw/°C increase in ambient temperature above 25°C. 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) 

(unless otherwise specified) 
DC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector Cutoff Current (Vcb = 25V) 

(Vob = 25V, T A = 100°C) 
Collector Cutoff Current (Vcb = 50V) 

(Vcb = 50V, T A = 100°C) 
Emitter Cutoff Current ( Veb = 5V) 

Collector Saturation Voltage (I B = 3 ma, Ic = 50 ma) 
Base Saturation Voltage (I B = 3 ma, Ic = 50 ma) 



Forward Currant Transfer Ratio ( Vce = 4.5V, I c = 2 ma) 
SMALL SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio Collector Voltage, 

Vc = 4.5V, Frequency of measurement = 1000 cps 



V CE = 10V; Ic = lma; f : 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio 
Input Impedance 
Output Admittance 
Voltage Feedback Ratio 



lKc; T A = 25°C 





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2N3402.3 
2N3414.5 


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Min. 


2N3404.5 

2N3416.7 


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2N3414 




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2N3415 


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364 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N3662.3 



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TTWF JSfiTi • h ? gh fre g" enc y applications. The units are suitable for use as oscillators in 
UHF television tuners. The units feature a typical circuit power gain of 19 db at 200 MHz 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) 



Voltages 

Collector to Base 
Emitter to Base 
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Current 

Collector (Steady State) * 

Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air @ 55° C) * 
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Temperature 

Storage Temp. 
Soldering Temp. 10 sec. 
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120 
200 



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200 



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volts 
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NOTE 1. I tad diameter is controlled in the 
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.500 SEATING 
MIN PLANE 



electrical characteristics: (25^) (unless otherwise specified) 

Static Characteristics 



Collector Cutoff Current (I E = 0, Vcb = 15V) 
(I E = 0, Vcb = 18V, T A = 85°C) 

Emitter Cutoff Current (I = 0, Veb = 2V) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio (Ic = 8 mA, Vce = 10 V) 

Collector Saturation Voltage (Ic = 10 mA, I B = 1.0 mA) 

Breakdown Voltage, Emitter to Base, 

Collector Open (I E = 100 /iA) 

Breakdown Voltage, Collector to Emitter 

Base Open (Icfco = 3 mA pulsed, pulse width = 
1 Msec, 1% duty cycle) 

Breakdown Voltage, Collector to Base, emitter open 

(Ic = 100,aA) 2N3662 
2N3663 

Dynamic Characteristics 

Output Capacitance (I B = 0, Vce = 10, f = 1 MHz) 

(Ie = 0, Vcb = 0, f = 1 MHz) 

Input Capacitance (Ic = 0, Veb = 0.5V, f = 1 MHz) 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Ic = 5 mA, Vce = 10V, f = 100 MHz) 



Power Gain (See Fig. 2) 

(Ic = 6 mA, Vce = 12V, f = 200 MHz) 



2N3662 
2N3663 



Power Output (See Fig. 1 ) 

(Ic = 10 mA, Vce = 12V, f = 500 MHz) 

Power Output (See Fig. 3) 

(Ic « 10 mA, Vce = 12V, f «* 940 MHz) 

Noise Figure 

(Ic = 1 mA, Vcb = 6V, f = 60 MHz) (Rg = 400 12) 



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TYPICAL COMMON EMITTER 



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2N3662, 2N3663 



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TYPICAL ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 



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NOTES 

1 COAX PLUMBING CONSISTS 
OF THE FOLLOWING GR AIR 

F LINES OR EQUIV.; 
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I TYPE 874-OZO AT " 
I TYPE B74-LA AD. 
I TYPE 874-WN3 SHORT 
CIRCUIT TERM 

2 2 TURNS #16 A W G WIRE, 
3/8*0.0 ,|-|/4"L0NG 

3 9 TURNS # 22 AW G WIRE. 
3/l6"OD. 1/2' LONG. 



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8 ENAMELED, SECONDARY 
CLOSE COUPLED Z TURNS *2B ENAMELED WOUND 
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Figure 4 



368 



Silicon 

Transistor 



2N3721 



The General Electric 2N3721 is a NPN silicon transistor intended for general 
purpose applications. The planar passivated construction assures excellent device 
stability and life. This high performance, high value device is made possible by 
utilizing advanced manufacturing techniques and epoxy encapsulation. 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 

Voltages 

Collector to emitter 

Emitter to base 

Collector to base 
Current 

Collector (steady state) 
Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air (a) 25 °C) 

Total Power (Free air @ 55°C) 
Temperature 

Storage 

Operating 




VcEO 


18 


V 


V EBO 


5 


V 


V CBO 


18 


V 



Ic. 

P T » 
P T „ 

TsTG 



100 

360 
260 

-55 to 



mA 

mW 
mW 



NOTE 1: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between .070 and .250 from the seat- 
ing plane. Between .250 and end of lead a 
max. of .021 is held. 



ALL OIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED 



+ 125°C 

+ 125° C 



* Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current. 
** Derate 2.67 mW/°C increase in ambient temperature above 25°C. 




.500 SEATING 
MIN PLANE 

i_ 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



I CBO 
I CBO 

'ebo 



DC Characteristics 

Collector cutoff current: (VCB = 18V) 

(VCB = 18V, TA=100°Q 
Emitter cutoff current: (VEB=5V) 
Small Signal Characteristics 
Forward current transfer ratio: (VCE=10V, 

IC = 2 ma, f = Ik Hzf) h FE 

Input impedance: 

(VCE=10V,IC=2mA, f=lk Hz) h IB 

High Frequency Characteristics 
Collector capacitance: (VCB = 10V, IE=0, 

f=l MHz) C cb 

Gain bandwidth product: 

(IC=4mA, VCB=5V) f t 

t Hz=Hertz, equivalent to cycles per second. 



Min. 



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60 



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7 
120 



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0.5 


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660 



10 



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MHz 



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Silicon 

Transistors 



2N3843A.4A.5A 



The General Electric 2N3843, 4,5, and 2N3843A, 4A, 5A are NPN silicon planar, 
epitaxial passivated transistors designed primarily for RF and converter applica- 
tions in high performance A.M. radios. The A versions feature high signal to 
noise ratio in RF amplifier service. 

absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 




Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 


VCEO 

Vkbo 

VcbO 


30 volts 

4 volts 

30 volts 


Current 






Collector (Steady State)* 


Ic 


100 mA 


Dissipation 

Total Power ( 25 °C Ambient)** 
Total Power (55°C Ambient)** 


Pt 
Pt 


200 mW 
120 mW 


Temperature 

Storage 
Operating 

Lead Soldering Vm" ± Vk" from 
case for 10 seconds maximum 


TsTG 

T, 

T,. 


—30 to 125 °C 
100 "C 

260 °C 



* Determined from power limitation due to saturation voltage at 
this current. 
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NOTE l. The specified lead 
diameter applies to the zone 
between .050 and .250 from 
the base of the seat. Be- 
tween .250 and end of lead 
a maximum of .021 diam- 
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zones the lead diameter is 
not controlled. 



ALL DIMEN. IN INCHES 

3 LEADS 
(NOTE I) 





185 MAX 


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T 

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I 




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electrical characteristics: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) . 



I 



Collector Cutoff Current (Vcb = 18V) 

(Vcb = 18V, T A = 100°C) 
Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage (Ic = 1mA) 
Emitter-Base Breakdown Voltage (Ik = 500 /iA) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Vce = 4.5V, Ic = 2mA) 

2N3843.A 

2N3844.A 

2N3845,A 

Collector Saturation Voltage (Ic = 10mA, Is = 1mA) 
Output Capacitance (Vcb = 10V, Ie = 0, f = lMc) 
Input Capacitance (Veb = 0.5V, Ie = 0, f = lMc) 
Case Capacitance 
Gain Band-Width Product (Vce = 10V, Ic = 2mA) 

2N3843.A 

2N3844.A 

2N3845.A 
Collector Base Time Constant 
Noise Figure (f = 2Mc, Ic = 1mA, Vce = 12V, R g = 20«) 

2N3843A, 2N3844A, 2N3845A, 

2N3843, 2N3844, 2N3845 

(f = 2Mc, Ic = 1mA, Vce = 12V, R g = 50«) 

2N3843A, 2N3844A, 2N3845A 



Min. 



Typ. 



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290 


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8.5 


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370 



2N3843A, 4A, 5A j 



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TYPICAL COMMON EMITTER "Y" PARAMETERS 

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373 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N3854.5.6 



2N3854A,5A,6A 



The General Electric 2N3854,A, 2N3885,A, 2N3856,A, are NPN silicon planar 
epitaxial passivated transistors designed primarily for RF, IF and converter ap- 
plications in AM and FM receivers. Selected high voltage units are available for 
TV video amplifiers. (See typical BVceo) 




absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



Collector to Emitter 2N3854, 5 
2N3854A, 


6 

5A, 6A 


V CEO 

V CEO 


18 
30 


volts 
volts 


Emitter to Base 

Collector to Base 2N3854, 5 
2N3854A, 


6, 
5A, 6A 


V EBO 
VCBO 

V CBO 


4 
18 
30 


volts 
volts 
volts 


Current 

Collector (Steady State) t 




Io 


100 


mA 



Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air at 25° C) J 
Total Power (Free air at 55°C)j 



Temperature 

Storage 
Operating 

Lead soldering, Mo ± Vs 
case for 10 sec. max. 



from 



Pt 
Pt 



T s 
Tj 

T,. 



200 
120 



-30 to 150°C 
100°C 

260°C 



mW 
mW 



fDetermined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this point. 
{Derate 2.67 mW/°C increase in ambient temperature above 25°C. 



• FM-IF STAGE GAIN OF 25 dB 

• 30 dB GAIN AT 4.5 MHz 

• FM-RF GAIN OF 15 dB 

• TV VIDEO IF GAIN OF 21 dB 



NOTE 1: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between .070 and .250 from the seat- 
ing plane. Between .250 and end of lead a 
max. of .021 is held. 



ALL DIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED 



.uir _ 00: 
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500 SEATING 
MIN PLANE 



electrical characteristics: (25 c C)(uniess otherwise specified) 

Static Characteristics 

Collector Cutoff Current (Vcb — 18V) 
(Vcb = 18V,Ta = 100°C) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio ( Voe = 4.5V, Io = 2mA) 

2N3854, 2N3854A 
2N3855, 2N3855A 
2N3856, 2N3856A 

Emitter — Base Breakdown Voltage (Ie = 500fiA) 

Collector — Emitter Breakdown Voltage (Ic = 1mA) 

2N3854, 2N3855, 2N3856 
2N3854A, 2N3855A, 2N3856A 

Collector — Base Breakdown Voltage (Ic = 0.1mA) 

2N3854, 2N3855, 2N3856 
2N3854A, 2N3855A, 2N3856A 

Collector Saturation Voltage (Ic = 10mA, Ib = 1mA) 

Dynamic Characteristics 

Gain Bandwidth Product (Vce = 10V, Io = 5mA) 
2N3854, 2N3854A 
2N3855, 2N3855A 
2N3856, 2N3856A 

Collector — Base Time Constant (Vce = 10V, Ic = 5mA) 

2N3854, 2N3854A 
2N3855, 2N3855A 
2N3856, 2N3856A 

Output Capacitance (Vcb = 10V, Ie = 0, f = 1 MHz) 
Input Capacitance (Veb = 0.5V, Ie = 0, £ = 1 MHz) 
Case Capacitance 



ICBO 
IcBO 


Min. 


Typ. 


Max. 

0.5 
15 


Units 


OFE 
hFB 


35 

60 

100 




70 
120 
200 




B V EBO 


4 






volts 


B VcEO 
B V CEO 


18 
30 


70 
70 




volts 
volts 


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BVcBO 


18 
30 






volts 
volts 


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volts 


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130 
140 




350 
450 
500 


MHz 
MHz 
MHz 


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Tb Cc 




25 
35 
40 


90 
90 
90 


psec. 
psec. 
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3.5 


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Clb 




16 
0.66 




P F 
pF 



374 



TYPICAL 
COMMON EMITTER "y" PARAMETERS 



2N3854, 5, 6 



2N3854A, 5 A, 6A 



f = lOO MHz 



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2N3854, 5, 6 



2N3854A, 5 A, 6A 



TYPICAL 
COMMON EMITTER "y" PARAMETERS 



f = 45 MHz 



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TYPICAL 
COMMON EMITTER "y" PARAMETERS 



2IM3854, 5, 6 



2N3854A, 5A, 6A 



f = 10.7 MHz 



2N3854, A 



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2N3854A, 5A, 6A 



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Silicon 

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2N3858,9,60 



The General Electric 2N3858, 2N3859 and 2N3860 are NPN silicon, planar, 
epitaxial, passivated transistors designed primarily for AM radio I.F. and con- 
verter applications. 



absolute maximum ratings: (25°C)(u 



nless otherwise specified) 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter Veto 

Emitter to Base Vbbo 

Collector to Base Vcbo 

Current 

Collector (Steady State)* Ic 

Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air at 25°C)t Pt 

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mA 


360 


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55 to 150°C 
125 °C 
260° C 




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between .050 and .250 from 
the base of the seat. Be- 
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Collector Cutoff Current (Vcb = 40V) 

(T A = 100° C) 
Emitter Cutoff Current (Veb = 5V) 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio ( Vce = 4.5V, Ic = 2mA) 

2N3858 

2N3859 

2N3860 
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volts 


0.125 


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Gain Bandwidth Product \ v'c= = 10 17 Ic = 2mA) 

2N3858 

2N3859 

2N3860 
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Output Capacitance, Common Base (Vcb = 10V, Ie = 0, f = lMc) 
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2N3854, 5, 6 



2N3854A, 5A, 6A 



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2IM3858, 9, 60 



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The General Electric 2N3858A and 2N3859A are NPN silicon, planar, epitaxial, 
passivated transistors. They are well suited as high voltage, high gain amplifiers 
and switches. Useful applications include drivers for audio output stages, high 
level video amplifiers and output stages of operational amplifiers. Selected higher 
voltage units are available. 




absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



Voltages 

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Emitter to Base 

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125 °C 
260 °C 



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Collector Cutoff Current (Vcb = 60V) 

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Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

2N3858A (V CE = IV, Ic = 10 mA) 

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Base— Emitter Voltage (Ic = 10 mA, Vce — 1 volt) 
Base — Emitter Voltage (Ic = 10 mA, I B = 1 mA) 

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Gain Bandwidth Product (Vce = 10V, Ic = 2 mA) 

2N3858A 

2N3859A 
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Output Capacitance, Common Base (Vcb = 10V, I E = 0, f = 1 MHz) 
Input Capacitance, Common Base (Veb = 0.5V, Ie = 0, f = 1 MHz) 
Case Capacitance 



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390 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N3877.A 



The General Electric 2N3877A and 2N3877 are NPN silicon planar passivated 
transistors designed for high voltage applications. The 2N3877A features a guaran- 
teed minimum BVCEO of 85 volts. It is especially useful for driving high voltage 
indicating devices. 

absolute maximum ratings: (25°C) 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter (at 1 mA) 
Emitter to Base (at 1 mA) 
Collector to Base (at 1 mA) 

Current 

Collector* (Steady State) 



V CKO 

Vkbo 

VcBO 



Dissipation 




Total Power (Free air @ 25° C) * 


Pt 


Total Power (Free air @ 55°C) 


Pt 


Temperature 




Storage 




Operating 


T, 


Lead Soldering, Vic" to V32" from 


T L 


case for 10 sec. max. 





2N3877A 

85 

4 

85 

50 



360 
250 



2N3877 

70 volts 

4 volts 

70 volts 

mA 



200 raW 
100 raW 



-55°C to + 150 °C 

-55°C to + 125 °C 

+ 260 °C 



* Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current. 
"Derate 2.67 mw/'C increase for temperature above 25°C. 




hote 1. The specified lead 
diameter applies to the zone 
between .050 and .250 from 
the base of the seat. Be- 
tween .250 and end of lead 
a maximum of .021 diam- 
eter is held. Outside of these 
zones the lead diameter is 
not controlled. 



.185 MAX — 




ALL DIMEN. IN INCHES 

3 LEADS .017 + '°°? 
(NOTE I) ° 01 



electrical characteristics: (25°C) 



(unless otherwise specified) 



Collector Cutoff Current (Vcb = 70V) 

(Vcb = 70V, Ta - 100°C) 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio (Vcb = 4.5V, Ic = 2 mA) 

Collector Saturation (I B = 1 mA, Ic = 10 mA) 
Base Saturation Voltage (I B = 1 mA, Ic = 10 mA) 
Gain Bandwidth Product (Ic •= 10mA, V c — 10 V) 



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IcBO 

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Silicon 

Transistors 




2N3900.A 



The General Electric 2N3900 and 2N3900A are NPN silicon planar passivated devices 
intended for low noise preamplifier applications. The planar passivated construction 
assures excellent device stability and life. These high performance, high value transistors 
are made possible by utilizing advanced manufacturing techniques. 




absolute maximum ratings (25°C) 



unless otherwise specified 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 

Current 

Collector (Steady State) "> 

Dissipation 

Total Power (Free Air @ 25°C) <2) 
Total Power (Free Air @ 55 °C) <=> 

Temperature 

Storage 

Operating 

Lead Soldering, Jfs" ± Xt" 

from case for 10 seconds max. 



V„ K „ 

V HBO 
VcBO 



Pt 
Pt 



18 

5 

18 



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V 
V 



100 mA 



360 mW 
260 mW 



T.„ 

T, 

T,. 



-55 to +125 °C 
+ 100 °C 
+260 °C 



Determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current. 
Derate 3.6 mW °C increase in ambient temperature above 25° C. 



NOTE I: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between .070 and .250 from trie seat- 
ing plane. Between .250 and end of lead a 
max. of .021 is held. 



ALL OIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED 



3 LEADS 
(XT* 002 
(NOTE I) 




electrical characteristics (25°C) unless otherwise specified 

Min. 



Collector Cutoff Current 

(Vcb = 18V) 

(Vob= 18V, T A = 100°C) 

Emitter Cutoff Current 

(V EB = 5V) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Vcb = 4.5V, Ic = 2 mA) 

SMALL SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Vce = 10V, Ic = 100 M A, f = 1 kHz) 
Input Impedance 

(Vce = 10V, Ic = 2 mA, f = 1 kHz) 
Output Capacitance 

(Vcb = 10V, I E = 0, f = 1 MHz) 

Gain Bandwidth Product 

(Ic = 4mA, Vcb = 5 V) 

NOISE 

(wide band — 15 cps to 10 kHz, 
Equivalent Noise Bandwidth = 15.7 kHz) 

Noise Figure 

(Ic = 100 M A, Vce = 4.5V, R g = 5000 ohms) 



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' Typically a minimum of 95% of the distribution is above this value. 
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200 

15 

7 

160 

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Silicon 

Transistors 




The General Electric 2N3901 is an NPN silicon planar transistor characterized 
for general industrial low signal level application. It features high current gain 
and ft, and low leakage current and collector capacitance. The planar construc- 
tion assures excellent parameter stability with life. 



absolute maximum ratings (25°C) unless otherwise specified 




Voltages 



Current 



Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 

Collector (Steady State) 0) 



Vcko 


18 


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Total Power (Free Air @ 25 °C) e> 
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Storage 

Operating 

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from case for 10 seconds max. 



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Pt 



T, 
T t 



360 
250 

—55 to +125 

—55 to -f-125 

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mW 



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°C 
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«>' determined from power limitations due to saturation voltage at this current 
Derate 2.67 mw/ C increase in ambient temperature above 25°C. 



NOTE 1: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between .070 and .250 from the seat- 
ing plane. Between .250 and end of lead a 
max. of .021 is held. 



ALL DIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED 



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Min. 



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(Vcb = 15V, T A = 100"C) 

Emitter Cutoff Current 

(V„b = 5V) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Vcb, = 4.5V, Ic = 2 mA) 

SMALL SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(Vce = 4.5V, Ic = 2 mA, f = 1 kHz) 

Output Capacitance 

(Vob = 10V, Ie = 0, f = 1 MHz) 

Gain Bandwidth Product 

(Ic = 4 mA, Vcb = 5V) 

NOISB 

where : e n , in are transistor noise voltage and noise current as obtained in Fig. 8 
B is the bandwidth in cycles 
4KT = 1.66 X 10"" 

Optimum generator resistance for minimum noise, R„„ t = _ r L 
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Silicon 

Transistors 



2N3903 



2N3904 



The General Electric 2N3903 and 2N3904 are silicon NPN planar epitaxial 
transistors designed for general purpose switching and amplifier applications. 



absolute maximum ratings: 

VOLTAGES 

Collector to Emitter V CEO 

Vcbo 

V EBO 



(T A = 25 C unless otherwise specified) 



Collector to Base 
Emitter to Base 



CURRENT 

Collector 

DISSIPATION 

Total Power T A < 25°C 
Derate Factor T A > 25°C 

TEMPERATURE 

Operating 
Storage 

Lead (1/16" + 1/32" from 
case for 10 sec.) 



Ic 

P T 
P T 



Tj 

TsTG 

T L 



40 

60 

6 



200 

350 
2.8 



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-55°Cto+135°C 
+230°C 



Volts 
Volts 
Volts 



mA 

m Watts 
mW/°C 



°C 

°C 
°C 




TO-92 



I. EMITTER 

2. BASE 

3. COLLECTOR 



SYMBOL 


MILLIMETERS 


INCHES 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


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5.3 3 


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NOTES: 

1. THREE LEADS 

2.C0NT0UR OF PACKAGE UNCONTROLLED OUTSIDE 
THIS SIDE. 

3. (THREE LEADS) .£b2 APPLIES BETWEEN L| ANDL 2 . 
^b APPLIES BETWEEN L2 AND 12 .70 MM (.500' : ) 
FROM THE SEATING PLANE. DIAMETER IS UN- 
CONTROLLED IN L. AND BEYOND 12. 70 MM ( 500") 
FROM SEATING PLANE. 



electrical characteristics: 

STATIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage 

(Ic = 1mA, I B = 0) 
Collector-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(Ic = 10/uA, I E = 0) 
Emitter-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I E = 10/iA, Ic = 0) 
Collector Cutoff Current 

(V CE = 30V, V EB (off) = 3V) 
Base Cutoff Current 

(V CE = 30V, V EB (off) = 3V) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 
(V CE = IV, Ic = 100 M A) 

(V CE = IV, Ic = 1mA) 

(V CE = IV, I c = 10mA) 

(V CE = IV, I c = 50mA) 

(V CE = IV, I c = 100mA) 



(T A = 25°C unless otherwise specified) 

SYMBOL MIN. 



2N3903 
2N3904 
2N3903 
2N3904 
2N3903 
2N3904 
2N3903 
2N3904 
2N3903 
2N3904 



397 



v (BR)CEO 
V(BR)CBO 
V(BR)EBO 
ICEV 

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h F E 
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h F E 

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th F E 

th FE 
th FE 
th FE 
th FE 
th FE 



40 

60 

6 



20 
40 
35 
70 
50 
100 
30 
60 
15 
30 



MAX. 



50 
50 



UNITS 

Volts 

Volts 

Volts 

nA 

nA 



I 



150 
300 



2N3903 
2N3904 



STATIC CHARACTERISTICS (Continued) 

Collector-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c = 10mA, I B = 1mA) 

(I c = 50mA, I B = 5mA) 
Base-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c = 10mA, 1 B = 1mA) 

(I c = 50mA, I B = 5mA) 

DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector-Base Capacitance 

(V CB = 5V, I E = 0,f = 1 MHz) 

Emitter-Base Capacitance 

(V EB = .5V, I c = 0,f = 1 MHz) 

Current - Gain - Bandwidth Product 
(V CE = 20V, I E = 10mA,f = 100 MHz) 

Noise Figure 

(I E = 100fxA, V CE = 5V, R G = 1 kHz) 

BW= 15.7 kHz 
Turn-On Delay 
Collector Current Rise Time 

(I c = 10mA, I B1 = 1 mA, V BE (off) = .5V) 

(R L = 275fi) 
Storage Delay Time 

Collector Current Fall Time 

(I c = 10mA, I B1 =I B2 = 1mA) 
(R L = 275fi, V cc = 3V) 

Hybrid Parameters 

(I E = 1mA, V CE = 10V,f = 1 KHz) 



f Pulse width < 300/Xsec, Duty Cycle < 2%. 
*JEDEC Registered Parameters. 



2N3903 
2N3904 

2N3903 
2N3904 



SYMBOL 

tV CE (sat) 
tV CE ( S at) 

fV BE ( S at) 
tV BE (sat) 



C c b 

Ceb 

f T 
f T 

NF 
NF 

t d 

tr 



2N3903 


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2N3904 


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.65 



250 
300 



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.300 

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6 

5 

35 
35 



175 

200 

50 



UNITS 

Volts 
Volts 

Volts 



pF 

P F 

MHz 
MHz 

dB 
dB 

ns 
ns 



ns 
ns 
ns 



2N3903 
2N3904 
2N3903 


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50 
100 

.5 


200 
400 

8 


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2N3903 
2N3904 


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I 10 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

BASE EMITTER SATURATION VOLTAGE VS. 
COLLECTOR CURRENT 



399 



2N3903 



2N3904 



1.4 


1 II 














1 




| 


O 


T A =25»C 
















2N3 


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904 


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10mA 50mA 111 


1 100 mA 




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10 2 



6. COLLECTOR EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. BASE CURRENT 




I 10 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

7. COLLECTOR EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. COLLECTOR CURRENT 



100 



I 




I 10 

- COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 



100 



COLLECTOR EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. COLLECTOR CURRENT 



400 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N3905 



2N3906 



The General Electric 2N3905 and 2N3906 are silicon PNP planar epitaxial 
transistors designed for general purpose switching and amplifier applications. 

PNP values are negative: Observe proper polarity. 

absolute maximum ratings: (T A = 25°C unless otherwise specified) 



VOLTAGES 








Collector to Emitter 


Vceo 


40 


Volts 


Collector to Base 


Vcbo 


40 


Volts 


Emitter to Base 


Vebo 


5 


Volts 


CURRENT 








Collector 


Ic 


200 


mA 



DISSIPATION 



Total Power T A < 25°C 
Derate Factor T A > 25 C 


Pd 


350 
2.8 


m Watts 
mW/°C 


TEMPERATURE 








Operating 
Storage 

Lead (1/16" ± 1/32" from 
case for 10 sec.) 


Tj 

TsTG 

T L 


-55 to +135 
-55 to +125 

+230 


°C 
°C 

°C 




--Q- 



L, |JSUb>l*b~ 



~l 





1SEATING PLANE 
TO-92 


1. 
2. 
3. 


EMITTER 

BASE 

COLLECTOR 


SYMBOL 


MILLIMETERS 


INCHES 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


A 


4 32 


5.3 3 


.17 


.2 1 




fb 


.4 7 


.5 5 


.0 1 6 


2 2j 


1.3 


4,bz 


.4 7 


.4 8 2 


.0 1 6 


.0l_9j 


3 


$D 


4.4 5 


5.2 


.1 75 


.205 




E 


3 18 


4.1 90 


.12 5 


.165 




e 


2.41 


2.67 


.09 5 


1 5 




«1 


I.I 50 1 


1.395 


,04_5j 


.0 5 5 




J 


3.4 3 


4.32 


.13 5 


170 




L 


12.700 


— 


.5 00 


— 


1,3 


Li 


— 


1.270 


- 


.05 


3 


L2 


6.3 5 


— 


.2 50 


— 


3 


Q 


2.920 


— 


.1 1 5 


105 


2 


s 


2.0 3 


2.670 


.080 



NOTES: 

1. THREE LEADS 

2 CONTOUR OF PACKAGE UNCONTROLLED OUTSIDE 
THIS SIDE. 

3.CTHREE LEADS) <£b2 APPLIES BETWEEN L; AND L 2 . 
^b APPLIES BETWEEN L2 AND 12.70 MM ( .500' ) 
FROM THE SEATING PLANE. DIAMETER IS UN- 
CONTROLLED IN L. AND BEYOND 12. 70 MM (.500") 
FROM SEATING PLANE. 



* electrical Characteristics: (T A = 25°C unless otherwise specified) 

STATIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = 1mA, I B = 0) 
Collector-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = 10m A, Ie = 0) 
Emitter-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I E = 10/iA, Ic = 0) 
Collector Cutoff Current 

(V CE = 30V, V BE(OFF) = 3V) 

Base Cutoff Current 

(V CE =30V,V BE(OFF) = 3V) 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(V CE = IV, Ic = 100m A) 

(V CE = IV, I c = 1mA) 

(V CE = IV, Ic = 10mA) 

(V CE = IV, I c = 50mA) 

(V CE = IV, I c = 100mA) 

2N3906 

401 





SYMBOL 


MIN. 


MAX. 


UNITS 




V(BR)CEO 


40 


- 


Volts 




V(BR)CBO 


40 


- 


Volts 




V(BR)EBO 


5 


- 


Volts 




IcEV 


- 


50 


nA 




Ibev 


- 


50 


nA 


2N3905 
2N3906 


h FE 

hFE 


30 
60 


: 




2N3905 
2N3906 


hFE 
hFE 


40 
80 


— 




2N3905 
2N3906 


th FE 
th FE 


50 
100 


150 
300 




2N3905 
2N3906 


th FE 
th FE 


30 
60 


— 




2N3905 
2N3906 


th FE 
th FE 


15 
30 


— 





I 



2N3905 



2N3906 



STATIC CHARACTERISTICS (Continued) 

Collector-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c = 10mA, I B = 1mA) 

(I c = 50mA, I B = 5mA) 
Base-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c = 10mA, I B = 1mA) 

(I c = 50mA, I B = 5mA) 

DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS 

(V CB = 5V, I E = 0,f = 1 MHz) 
Emitter-Base Capacitance 

(V EB = 5V, I c = 0,f = 1 MHz) 
Current - Gain - Bandwidth Product 

(V CE = 20V, I E = 10mA, f = 100 MHz) 

Noise Figure 

(I E = 100 M A, V ce = 5V, R G = lKft) 
BW= 15.7 KHz 

Turn-On Delay Time 
Collector Current Rise Time 

(I c = 10mA, I B1 = 1 mA, V BE (off) = .5V) 

(R L = 275ft) 
Storage Delay Time 

Collector Current Fall Time 
(I c = 10mA, I B1 = I B2 = 1 mA) 
(R L = 275ft, V CC = 3V) 

Hybrid Parameters 

(I E = 1mA, V CE = 10V, f 





SYMBOL 


MIN. 


MAX. 


uimii: 




tV C E(sat) 
tV CE (sat) 


- 


.250 
.400 


Volts 
Volts 




+ V BE( sa t) 

tv BE(sat) 


.65 


.85 
.95 


Volts 
Volts 




Ccb 


- 


4.5 


P F 




Ceb 


- 


10 


pF 


2N3905 
2N3906 


f T 
f T 


200 
250 


8 
10 


MHz 
MHz 


2N3905 
2N3906 


NF 
NF 


- 


5 
4 


dB 
dB 



t Pulse width < 300/lsec, Duty Cycle < 2%. 
*JEDEC Registered Parameters, 



td 



35 



35 



ns 



ns 





2N3905 


t. 


— 


200 


ns 




2N3906 


ts 


— 


225 


ns 


nA) 


2N3905 


tf 


— 


60 


ns 




2N3906 


tf 


— 


75 


ns 


= 1 KHz) 


2N3905 


hfe 


50 


200 






2N3906 


hfe 


100 


400 






2N3905 


hie 


.5 


8 


Kft 




2N3906 


hie 


2 


12 


Kft 




2N3905 


h re 


.1 


5 


XI 0-4 




2N3906 


h re 


1 


10 


XI 0-4 




2N3905 


hoe 


1 


40 


jumhos 




2N3906 


hoe 


3 


60 


jumhos 


cle < 2%. 












SWITCHING TIME EQUIVALENT TEST CIRCUITS 







I 



+asv 



-»| U— < 1.0 m 




-10.«V 



10 k 



>— vvv 



- 3.0V , 



•275 



€E 



HU_300«U 
1 DUTY CYCLE=2% "*■ 



■»— Ci<4.0pF 



>-— I 



+ 9.1V 



10<*,< 500/H -*j t , h~ 
DOTY CYCLE* 2% 



-3.0V < 




C ( * Total thwit e «>« e it— »• «f i—t jif «4 eeMMCtor*. 



1. TURN-ON TIME TEST CIRCUIT t d AND t r 



2. TURN-OFF TIME TEST CIRCUIT t s AND tf 



402 



2N3905 



2N3906 























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T A = IZS'C, V CE =-IV 


















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_T A * 25°C,^e^5V 


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••-— ^ 


1 " ■ j-rr1 

'— T - _**•(-. V^t = - 


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-I -10 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 



-100 



3. FORWARD CURRENT TRANSFER RATIO VS. 
COLLECTOR CURRENT 



1000 



100 

























1 




























































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T A - \dS-<~, v CE --iv 






















-T» = 25«C,Vce^lLL 




















---, = ; 














— T. = MS*C. Vr-c 


= -w 












































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I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 



4. FORWARD CURRENT TRANSFER RATIO VS. 
COLLECTOR CURRENT 



(E UJ 

° 1 
o 



1 


I 














1 








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2N 


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-10mA l-50m 


A 






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t_ 






























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A- 






























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■»«, 













































I 



-.001 



BASE CURRENT - mA 



COLLECTOR-EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. BASE CURRENT 
403 



2N3905 



2N3906 



I 



-.01 




-.01 



-I -10 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

6. COLLECTOR-EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. COLLECTOR CURRENT 



















--■ 2N3906- 






































I c =I B XI0 














































































































'■i-25'C^ 

































































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I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 



-100 



7. COLLECTOR-EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. COLLECTOR CURRENT 



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4 




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iii 




t- 


-.4 


S 




UJ 


-.3 


UJ 




tn 

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m 





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1 














I c = I B X 10 




2N390S 
2N3906 














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1 




















V B E I* 


















VbeI** 


+25*c' ^CE 














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-W 














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"-.I -I -io 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

8. BASE EMITTER SATURATION VOLTAGE 
VS. COLLECTOR CURRENT 
404 



-100 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N4123 



2N4124 



The General Electric 2N4123 and 2N4124 are NPN Silicon 
Planar Epitaxial passivated transistors designed for general pur- 
pose amplifier applications. 



absolute maximum ratings: 



(T A = 25°C unless otherwise specified) 



Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 

Collector to Base 

Emitter to Base 
Current 

Collector 
Dissipation 

Total Power T A < 25° C 

Derate Factor T A > 25° C 

Total Power T c < 25° C 

Derate Factor T c >25°C 
Temperature 

Operating 

Storage 

Lead (1/16" ±1/32" from 
case for 10 sec.) 



Vceo 
Vcbo 
Vebo 

Ic 

P T 
P T 
P T 
P T 

Tj 

T STG 



2N4123 

30 
40 
5 

200 

350 

2.8 

1 



2N4124 

25 
30 
5 

200 

350 

2.8 

1 



-55°Cto+150°C 

-55°Cto+150°C 

+260°C 



Volts 
Volts 
Volts 

mA 

mW 
mW/°C 
Watt 
m\V/°C 

°C 
°C 
°C 




■t-Q- 

h — a— 






SEATING PLANE 



t 

i 
t 


* 


i_T_ 


$b 





? 3 > 



A 



•E — H 



iT 



TO- 92 



I. EMITTER 

2. BASE 

3. COLLECTOR 



SYMBOL 


millimeters; INCHES 1 


MIN. 


MAX. j MIN. IMAX.I U '"' 


A 


4.3 2 


5.3 501.17 ; .2I 0' 


f b 


.4 7 


.55 .0 ! 6 .022! 1,3 


fa 


.4 7 


.4 8 2 ! .0 1 6 .0 ! 9 1 3 


*D 


4.4 5 i 5.20 0;.l 75. 205! 


E 


3.1 80| 4.1 90 : .l 2 5 .1 65 ; 


e 


2.41 0! 2.67 ;.09 5 .1 05> 


e 1 


I.I 50l 1.395 045 055 


i 


3.43014.320.1 35 .170' 


L 


I2.700i - .500 — i 1,3 


Li 


— i I.270 ! - .0501 3 


L2 


6.350! - .250 - i 3 





2.920 ! — . .1 1 5i - j 2 


s 


2.030i 2.670: .080 j.l 5i 



NOTES: 

i. three leads 

2.CONTOUR OF PACKAGE UNCONTROLLED OUTSIDE 
THIS SIDE. 

3. (THREE LEADS) *b2 APPLIES BETWEEN L, AND L 2 
*b APPLIES BETWEEN L2 AND 12.70 MM ( 500') 
FROM THE SEATING PLANE. DIAMETER IS UN- 
CONTROLLED IN L, AND BEYOND 12. 70 MM I 500") 
FROM SEATING PLANE. 



*electrical characteristics: <t 

Static Characteristics 

Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = 1 mA, I B = 0) 
Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = 1 mA, V BE = 0) 
Collector-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = 10 mA, I e = 0) 
Collector-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(Ic = 10 mA, I e = 0) 
Emitter-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I E = 10 M, Ic = 0) 
Collector Cutoff Current 

(V CB = 20V, I E = 0) 
Emitter-Base Reverse Current 

(V EB = 3V, I c = 0) 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(V CE = 1V, I c = 2 mA) 

(V CE = 1V, I c = 2 mA) 

(V CE = IV, I c = 50 mA) 

(V CE = IV, I c =50mA) 



A = 25 C unless otherwise specified) 





SYMBOL 


MIN. 


MAX. 


UNITS 


2N4123 


V(BR)CEO 


30 


- 


Volts 


2N4124 


V (BR)CEO 


25 


- 


Volts 


2N4123 


V(BR)CBO 


40 


- 


Volts 


2N4124 


V(BR)CBO 


30 


- 


Volts 




V(BR)EBO 


5 


- 


Volts 




IcBO 


- 


50 


T?A 




Iebo 


- 


50 


qA 


2N4123 


hFE 


50 


150 




2N4124 


h F E 


120 


360 




2N4123 


th FE 


25 


— 




2N4124 


405 th FE 


60 


— 





I 



2N4123 
2N4124 



Static Characteristics (continued) 

Collector-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c = 50 mA, I B = 5 mA) 
Base-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c = 50 mA, I B = 5 mA) 

Dynamic Characteristics 

Collector-Base Capacitance 

(V CB = 5V, I E = 0, f = 100 KHz) 

Emitter-Base Capacitance 

(V EB = .5V, I E = 0, f = 100 KHz) 

Gain Bandwidth Product 

(V CE = 20V, I c = 10 mA, f = 100 MHz) 
(V CE = 20V, I c = 10 mA, f = 100 MHz) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(V CE = 20V, I c = 10 mA, f = 100 MHz) 



2N4123 
2N4124 

2N4123 



(V CE = 20V, I c = 10 mA, f = 100 MHz) - 2N4124 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(V CE = IV, I c = 2 mA, f = 1 KHz) - 2N4123 

(V CE = IV, I c = 2 mA, f = 1 KHz) - 2N4124 
Noise Figure (Broad Band) 

(I c = IOO/jA, V ce = 5V, R"s = 1 K - 2N4123 

Bandwidth = lOHzto 15.7 KHz) - 2N4124 



SYMBOL 

1"V CE (sat) 
1"V BE ( sat ) 

Cob 

Cib 

f T 
f T 

hfe 
hfe 

hfe 
hfe 

NF 
NF 



MIN. 



250 
300 

2.5 
3 

50 
120 



MAX. 


UNITS 


.3 


Volts 


.95 


Volts 


4 


pF 


8 


pF 




MHz 


— 


MHz 



200 
480 

6 

5 



dB 
dB 



jPulse Conditions: Pulse Width < 300ms, Duty Cycle < 2%. 
""Indicates JEDEC Registered Data. 



I 



406 



2N4123 



2N4124 



1000 



too 



4 




.1 



I 10 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 



100 



1. FORWARD CURRENT TRANSFER RATIO VS. 
COLLECTOR CURRENT 

lOOOr 



< I00 



<E 

c 

3 
L> 

a 

IE 

< 
* 




I ,0 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

2. FORWARD CURRENT TRANSFER RATIO VS. 
COLLECTOR CURRENT 



too 




I 



IO0 



I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

3. BASE EMITTER SATURATION VOLTAGE VS. 
COLLECTOR CURRENT 



407 



2N4123 
2N4124 



I.4 


























1 


O 


T A • 2S«C 


















2N4I23 
2N4I24 


§ II 




















































<* .r. 




























*-5 


































lie • 1mA 




10 m A 


50 mA 




100 m A 




5 o 

K- < 6 


























oh'* 


















































I i 












- 


ST'~ 




" 




V 











.3 , 
















!o 




















01 






.01 






.1 




1 








10 2< 



I 



4. COLLECTOR EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. BASE CURRENT 




I 10 

lc - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

5. COLLECTOR EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. COLLECTOR CURRENT 



100 




I 10 

- COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 



100 



6. 



COLLECTOR EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. COLLECTOR CURRENT 



408 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N4125 



2N4126 



The General Electric 2N4125 and 2N4126 are PNP Silicon 
Planar Epitaxial passivated transistors designed for general pur- 
pose amplifier applications. PNP Polarities are negative, observe 
proper bias. 

absolute maximum ratings: (t a = 25°c unless otherwise specified) 







2N4125 


2N4126 




Voltages 










Collector to Emitter 


Vceo 


30 


25 


Volts 


Collector to Base 


V CBO 


30 


25 


Volts 


Emitter to Base 


V EBO 


4 


4 


Volts 


Current 










Collector 


Ic 


200 


200 


mA 


Dissipation 










Total Power T A < 25°C 


P T 


350 


350 


mW 


Derate Factor T A > 25°C 


P T 


2.8 


2.8 


mW/° 


Total Power T c < 25°C 


P T 


1 


1 


Watt 


Derate Factor Tc >25°C 


P T 


8 


8 


mW/° 


Temperature 










Operating 


Tj 


-55°Cto +150°C 


°C 


Storage 


TsTG 


-55°C to +150°C 


°C 


Lead (1/16" + 1/32" from T L 


+260' 


'C 


°c 


case for 10 sec.) 












— Q- 
A — 



rid_J 

SEATING PLANE 




-> j e -T — 



TO-92 



I. EMITTER 

2. BASE 

3. COLLECTOR 



SYMBOL 


MILLIMETERS 


INCHES 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


A 


4.3 2 


5.3 3 


.17 


.2 1 




*b 


.4 7 


L J 5_5_0 H 


1.0 1 6 


2 2 


1.3 


*b2 


.4 7 


r .4 8 2 


.0 1 6 


.0 1 9 


3 


•t-D 


4.4 5 


\J. 2 6 


.1 75 1 


.205 




E 


3. I 80 


^4. 1 9 


.12 5 


.16 5 




e 


2.4I 


2,67 


.09 5 


.1 5 




e 1 


I.I 50 


1.39 5 


.0 4 5 


.0 5 5 




j 


3.4 30 


4. 32 


.1 3 5 


.170 




L 


12.700 


- 


.5 00 


— 


1,3 


L| 


— 


1.270 


- 


.05 


3 


L2 


6.3 5 


— 


.2 50 


— 


3 





2.92 


— 


.1 1 5 


- 


2 


s 


2.0 3 


2.670 


.0 80 


.10 5 





NOTES: 

1. THREE LEADS 

2 CONTOUR OF PACKAGE UNCONTROLLED OUTSIDE 
THIS SIDE. 

3. (THREE LEADS) ^b2 APPLIES BETWEEN L, ANDL 2 . 
$b APPLIES BETWEEN L2 AND 12.70 MM (.500') 
FROM THE SEATING PLANE. DIAMETER IS UN- 
CONTROLLED IN L. AND BEYOND 12. 70 MM (.500") 
FROM SEATING PLANE. 



'electrical characteristics: (t a = 25°c unless otherwise specified) 



Static Characteristics 

Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = 1 mA, I B = 0) 
Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage 

Oc = 1 mA, V BE = 0) 
Collector-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = 10|xA,I E = 0) 
Collector-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = 10 M, I E =0) 
Emitter-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I E = 10M, Ic = 0) 
Collector Cutoff Current 

(V CB = 20V, I E = 0) 
Emitter-Base Reverse Current 

(V EB = 3V, I c = 0) 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(V CE = IV, I c = 2 mA) 

(V CE = 1V, I c = 2 mA) 

(V CE = IV, I c = 50 mA) 

(V CE = lV,I c = 50mA) 





SYMBOL 


MIN. 


MAX. 


UNITS 


2N4125 


V( B R)CEO 


30 


- 


Volts 


2N4126 


V( B R)CEO 


25 


- 


Volts 


2N4125 


V(BR)CBO 


30 


- 


Volts 


2N4126 


V (BR)CBO 


25 


- 


Volts 




V(BR)EBO 


4 


- 


Volts 




ICBO 


- 


50 


r)A 




Iebo 


- 


50 


TjA 


2N4125 


h FE 


50 


150 




2N4126 


h FE 


120 


360 




2N4125 


th FE 


25 


- 




2N4126 


th F E 


60 


- 





I 



409 



2N4125 
2IM4126 



Static Characteristics (continued) 

Collector-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c =50mA, I B =5mA) 
Base-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c = 50 mA, I B =5mA) 

Dynamic Characteristics 

Collector-Base Capacitance 

(V CB = 5V, I E =0, f = 100 kHz) 

Emitter-Base Capacitance 

(V EB =.5V, I c = 0, f = 100 kHz) 

Gain Bandwidth Product 

(V CE = 20V, I c = 10mA, f = 100 MHz) 
(V CE = 20V, I c = 10 mA, f = 100 MHz) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(V CE = 20V, I c = 10 mA, f = 100 MHz) 
(V CE = 20V, I c = 10 mA, f = 100 MHz) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 
(V CE = 1 V, I c = 2 mA, f = 1 KHz) 
(V CE = IV, I c = 2mA, f = 1 KHz) 

Noise Figure (Broad Band) 

(I c = 100 mA, V ce = 5V, Rs = 1 Kft 
Bandwidth = 1 Hz to 1 5.7 KHz) 



2N4125 
2N4126 

2N4125 
2N4126 

2N4125 
2N4126 

2N4125 
2N4126 



SYMBOL 

tV C E(sat) 
tV BE (sat) 

Ccb 
Cib 

f T 
f T 

hfe 
hfe 

hfe 
hfe 

NF 
NF 



MIN. 



200 
250 

2 
2.5 

50 
120 



AAX. 


UNITS 


.4 


Volts 


.95 


Volts 



4.5 
10 



200 
480 

5 
4 



pF 

pF 

MHz 
MHz 



dB 
dB 



t Pulse Conditions: Pulse Width < 300 ms, Duty Cycle < 2%. 
indicates JEDEC Registered Data. 



I 



410 



1000 



z 
< 



E 
K 

3 

a 



2N4126 




-i -io 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

1. FORWARD CURRENT TRANSFER RATIO VS. 
COLLECTOR CURRENT 



-100 




-I -10 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

2. FORWARD CURRENT TRANSFER RATIO VS. 
COLLECTOR CURRENT 



-100 



-1.4 


I | 1 










| 






z -1.3 
o 


T»*25'C 1 










2N4I25 


1 




S - |2 
















2N4I26 






5 -i.o 


















\ 




















1 




£«-.9 
t- o ■> 
















1 






3 > " B 

" ' -7 
23 c 








1 Ic ■ -ImA 




-10mA' -5 


OmA 




00 mA 




















1 


o ^ 










































o -4 

a -.i 
















































\ 




















J 






"^™" 






_LLL1 1 



I 



-.001 



3. 



-.01 -i -i 

lg - BASE CURRENT - mA 

COLLECTOR-EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. BASE CURRENT 



K> -20 



411 



2N4125 
2N4126 



I 




-i -10 

■ COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 



100 



4. COLLECTOR-EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. COLLECTOR CURRENT 




-I -10 

Ic - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

5. COLLECTOR-EMITTER SATURATION 
VOLTAGE VS. COLLECTOR CURRENT 



-100 




-I -10 

Ic - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

6. BASE EMITTER SATURATION VOLTAGE 
VS. COLLECTOR CURRENT 



-ICO 



412 



Silicon 

Transistor 




The General Electric 2N4256 is a planar epitaxial, passivated NPN transistor char- 
acterized for low level medium speed switching applications in industrial circuits. 
This transistor features a high current transfer ratio over a wide range of collector 
current, a low collector saturation voltage, and a guaranteed stored base charge. 



absol ute maxi mum rati ngs: (25°C) (unless otherwise specified) 

Voltages 

Collector to Emitter 
Emitter to Base 
Collector to Base 




VCBS 
Veuo 

V cn0 



30 Volts 

5 Volts 

30 Volts 



Current 

Collector (Steady State)* I c 100mA 

Dissipation 

Total Power (Free air at 25 ° C ) f P T 36 mW 

Total Power (Free air at 55°C) f P T 250 mW 

Temperature 

Storage T STG -55 to 125° C 

Operating T. T 125 °C 

Lead Soldering, 1/16" ± 1/32" 

from case for 10 sec. max. T L 260 °C 



*Determined from power limitations due to saturation 

voltage at this current, 
f Derate 2.67 mW/°C increase in ambient temperature 

above 25°C. 



Low Cost 
High Beta 

LOW V CE ( S AT) 

Rugged Encap- 
sulation 



DIMENSIONS WITHIN 
JEDEC OUTLINE TO-98 

NOTE 1: Lead diameter is controlled in the 
zone between .070 and .250 from the seat- 
ing plane. Between .250 and end of lead a 
max. of .021 is held. 



ALL DIMEN. IN INCHES AND ARE 
REFERENCE UNLESS TOLERANCED 




r . 

,500 SEATING 

MIN PLANE 

i_ 



electrical characteristics: (2 5°C) (unless otherwise specified) 



STATIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector to Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = IOOjuA) 

Collector to Emitter Breakdown Voltage 

(V EB = 0, Ic = 1mA) 

Emitter to Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I E = 100/xA) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(I c = 2mA,V rE = 4.5 V) 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(I c = 10mA, V CE = 0.2V) 
Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(I c = 50mA,V rE = 0.2V) 



Vri.O 

V CE8 
V K «o 
h F1 . ; 

b-KE 

h„E 



Min. 
30 


Typ. 


30 




5 




100 


220 


60 


120 


20 





Max. 



Units 

V 
V 
V 



I 



500 



413 



\ 2N4256 



STATIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I r = 0.1 to 10mA, I,, = Ir/50) 

Collector-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I r = 50mA, I B = 2.5mA) 

Base-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I ( , = 50mA, I,j = 2.5mA) 

Collector Cutoff Current 

(V C B = 30V) 

Collector Cutoff Current 

(V,.„ = 18V, T A = 100°C) 

Collector Cutoff Current 

(V ck = 30V,Vb B -0) 
Emitter Cutoff Current 

(V EB = 5V) 



V('E(SAT, 
VceisaT) 
Vijk(RAT) 
I('P.O 

Iciso 

I('KS 
Ik HO 



Min. 



Typ. 


Max. 


Units 


0.16 


0.20 


V 


0.14 


0.20 


V 


0.82 


0.92 


V 


0.1 


500 


nA 




15 


fiA 


0.1 


500 


nA 


0.1 


500 


nA 



DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS 



Collector Capacitance 

(V B = 10V, I E = 0, f = 1 MHz) 

Transition Capacitance 

(V EB = 0.5V, I = 0, f = 1 MHz) 
Stored Base Charge (Circuit 1) 

(I„ = 0.32mA, I c = 10mA) 

Gain Bandwidth product 

(V CE = IV, I c = 10mA) 
Turn-on Time (Figure 1) 

(I c = 10mA) 

Turn-off Time (Figure ]) 
(I c = 10mA) 
Turn-on Time (Figure 2) 

(I = 10mA, I B1 = 0.32mA, 
I B2 = 54fi A) 

Turn-off Time (Figure 2) 

(I c = 10mA, Ij„ = 0.32mA, 
I„ 2 = 54 M A) 



I 



+6 



' ' — o 

lO/jS 

10 KHz S50A 



lOOpF 

Hh 

16 K 



c ()b 

Cib 

QSH 
f T 

t„„ 
toff 

t„„ 
t,ff 



)+6V 
>600 




2.7 
10 
250 
200 
4.0 
40 



4.0 



600 



100 



180 



PF 
pF 
pC 
MHz 

nS 
nS 

nS 




Figure 1 



Figure 2 



Qsn measured in circuit of Figure 1, the capacitor is adjusted to give a turn off time of 
lOOnS, and Q SB is calculated from the equation Qsn = 6C. 



414 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N4400 



2N4401 



The General Electric 2N4400 and 2N4401 are silicon NPN planar epitaxial 
passivated transistors designed for general purpose switching and amplifier 
applications. 

absolute maximum ratings: (T A = 25°C unless otherwise specified) 




VOLTAGES 








Collector to Emitter 


Vceo 


40 


Volts 


Collector to Base 


Vcbo 


60 


Volts 


Emitter to Base 


Vebo 


6 


Volts 


CURRENT 








Collector 


Ic 


600 


mA 



DISSIPATION 



Total Power T A < 25°C 


P T 


350 


m Watts 


Total Power Tr < 25°C 


Pt 


1000 


m Watts 


Derate Factor T A > 25°C 




2.8 


mW/°C 


Derate Factor Tc > 25°C 




8.0 


mW/°C 


TEMPERATURE 








Operating 


Tj 


-55 to +150 


°C 


Storage 


TsTG 


-55 to +150 


°C 


Lead (1/16" + 1/32" From 








Case for 10 sec.) 


T L 


+230 


°c 



m 



L, L-^-*!^^ 
— L 2 -H 



SEATING PLANE 






AD 
T 



Z3LZ 
~|. 

•— E- 

I. EMITTER 

2. BASE 

3. COLLECTOR 



SYMBOL 


MILLIMETERS 


INCHES 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


A 


4.3 2 


5.3 3 


.17 


.210 




f>b 


.4 7 


.5 5 


.0 1 6 


.0 2 2 


1.3 


*h2 


.4 7 


.4 8 2 


.0 1 6 


.01 9 


3 


+D 


4.4 5 


5.2 


.17 5 


.205 




E 


3.1 80 


4.1 9 


.12 5 


.16 5 




e 


2.41 


2.67 


.09 5 


.1 5 




«1 


I.I 50 


1.395 


.04 5 


.0 5 5 




i 


3.430 


4.32 


.13 5 


.170 




L 


12.700 


— 


.500 


— 


1,3 


L| 


— 


1.270 


- 


.05 


3 


LZ 


&350 


— 


.2 50 


— 


3 


Q 


2.920 


— 


.1 1 5 


- 


2 


5 


2.0 3 


2.67 


.0 80 


.10 5 





NOTES: 

1. THREE LEADS 

2 CONTOUR OF PACKAGE UNCONTROLLED OUTSIDE 

THIS SIDE. 

3 (THREE LEADS) *b2 APPLIES BETWEEN L t AND L 2 . 

$b APPLIES BETWEEN L2 AND 12.70 MM (.500') 
FROM THE SEATING PLANE. DIAMETER IS UN- 
CONTROLLED IN L, AND BEYOND 12.70 MM 1.500") 
FROM SEATING PLANE. 



electrical Characteristics: (T A = 25°C unless otherwise specified) 



STATIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage 
(I c = 1mA, I„ = 0) 

Collector-Base Breakdown Voltage 
(Ic = 100mA, I e = 0) 

Emitter-Base Breakdown Voltage 
(Ie = 100J"A, Ic = 0) 

Collector Cutoff Current 

(V CE = 35V, V EB (off) = .4V) 

Base Cutoff Current 

(V CE = 35V, V EB (off) = .4V) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 
(V CE = IV, I c = .1mA) 
(V CE = IV, l c = 1.0mA) 
(V CE = IV, l c = 10mA) 
(V CE = IV, I c = 150mA) 
(V CE = 2V, I c = 500mA) 

Collector-Emitter Saturation Voltage 
(l c = 150mA, I B = 15mA) 
(I c = 50QmA, I B = 50mA) 



2N4400 



2N4401 



SYMBOL 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


UNITS 


V(BR)CEO 


40 


- 


40 


- 


Volts 


V(BR)CBO 


60 


- 


60 


_ 


Volts 


V(BR)EBO 


6 


- 


6 


- 


Volts 


IcEV 


- 


100 


- 


100 


nA 


Ibev 


- 


100 


- 


100 


nA 


h F E 

hFE 

th FE 
th FE 
th F E 


20 
40 
50 
20 


150 


20 
40 
80 
100 
30 


300 




tV CE (sat) 
tV CE ( sa t) 


- 


.4 

.75 





.4 

.75 


Volts 
Volts 



I 



415 



2N4400 



2N4401 



2IM4400 



2N4401 



STATIC CHARACTERISTICS (Continued) SYMBOL 

Base-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c = 150mA, I B = 15mA) fVBE(sat) 

(I c = 500mA, I B = 50mA) tVBE(sat) 

DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector-Base Capacitance 

(V CB = 5V, I E = 0,f = 1 MHz) C CB 

Emitter-Base Capacitance 

(V EB = .5V, I c = 0,f = 1 MHz) C EB 

Gain Bandwidth Product 

(V CE = 10V, I c = 20mA, f = 100 MHz) f t 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(V CE = 10V, I c = 1mA, f = 1 kHz) h fe 

Output Admittance 

(V CE = 10V, Ic = 1mA, f = 1 kHz) h oe 

Input Impedance 

(V CE = 10V, I c = 1mA, f = 1 kHz) h ie 

Voltage Feedback Ratio 

(V CE = 10V, 1mA, f = 1 kHz) h re 

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS 

Delay Time t d 

Rise Time t r 

(I c = 150mA, I B i =15mA) 

(V CE = 30, V EB (off) = 2V) 
Storage Time t s 

Fall Time t f 



MIN. 


MAX. 


.75 


.95 


~~ 


1.2 


- 


6.5 


- 


30 


- 


200 


20 


250 


1 


30 


.5 


.75 


.1 


8 





15 


~ 


20 




225 





30 



MIN. 


MAX. 


UNITS 


.75 


.95 


Volts 


— 


1.2 


Volts 


- 


6.5 


P F 


- 


30 


P F 


- 


250 


MHz 


40 


500 




1 


30 


/z mhos 


1 


15 


kfi 


.1 


8 


xip- 4 


— 


15 


ns 


- 


20 


ns 




225 


ns 


_ 


30 


ns 



0bi = 

(V CE 



B2 



15 mA) 



30V, I c = 150 mA) 



f Pulse Conditions: Pulse width < 300 //sec, Duty Cycle < 2%. 
*JEDEC Registered Parameters. 



SWITCHING TIME EQUIVALENT TEST CIRCUITS 



I 



+ I6V-^| U- 1.0 TO 100/iS 

I I DUTY CYCLE = 




DUTY CYCLE = 2% 



IKfl 
-^wv— 



1. TURN-ON TIME 



+ 30V 



» 200 a 



|C s <IOpF 

I 



t!6V 



1 



-I4V 



-I.0 TO \00fj.S 
DUTY CYCLE = 2% 



k 



< 20 nS 



IKfl 



►50ft 



+30V 



IN9I6 



J20OIX 



Scop* RiM Tim* < 4if « 

C, it Total Shunt CopocltOKC* of To«t Ji«s, Connoctort ond Otcilloscop*. 



6 
-4V 



I 

I 
I 
I 

|C s <IOpF 



2. TURN-OFF TIME 



416 



2N4400 



2N4401 



3.0 



= l.0 K 



ti 0.7 

_l 

< p 

K 0.5 
o 



0.3 *■ 



0.2 



1 








II 


II 
























v CE = 


IV 








,, - — 


^- 




*•*. 














*•■ 


»• 






























„^- 


" Tj = I25°C 


*~' 


r- 


.- 


■ ■ 


»" 








--■ 


" 


- 




... 




> v 




















^•1 






• • ' ^ 25-t; 










t 














-" 


















^ 




s 










* * ' 












.— 






::;^ 










." 


" 














,.<■ ^J 


>5°( 
























'"1 


- 


:•"- 


.«' - J 












* 










, " 


..'£ 
























^.-' 


-- 


• - 


. 

































































































0.1 0.2 



0.5 1.0 2.0 5.0 10 20 50 100 200 500 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

3. DC CURRENT GAIN 



1.0 












































































Tj 


■ 25°C 












































0.6 


































V 










Ic 


= ImA 




llOmA 








1 100 m 


A 








^00 mA 




0.4 








































> 


I 






































0.2 


\ 








































s 


k 










































* 


... 































0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1.0 2.0 5.0 10 20 50 

Ia-BASE CURRENT - mA 

4. COLLECTOR SATURATION REGION 



i.o 



0.8 



O 0.6 



0.4 



0.2 

































J = 


2 


5°C 






IE 


sat) 


<§> V1 B 


= 1 




















V 


D" „; 




















BE 


[on) 


S>v CE = 


OV 




















































































































































V CEU0t)V 'C'B - 














1 1 mill 



+ 0.5 



0.1 0.2 0.5 1.0 2.0 5.0 10 20 50 100 200 500 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

5. "ON" VOLTAGES 



-i.o 



-2.0 











































































'ceUo*) 


















9 V 


c 


-UK 




























































































































































































































~B 


vbF 






























JR V BE 

















































0.1 0.2 0.5 1.0 2.0 5.0 10 20 50 100 200 500 

I c - COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

6. TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENTS 



I 



417 



Silicon 

Transistors 



2N4402 



2N4403 



i 



The General Electric 2N4402 and 2N4403 are silicon PNP planar epitaxial 
passivated transistors designed for general purpose switching and amplifier 
applications. 

Current and voltage values for PNP are negative. Observe proper bias polarity. 



absolute maximum 


ratings: (t a 


= 25°C unless otherwise sped: 


VOLTAGES 








Collector to Emitter 


VcEO 


40 


Volts 


Collector to Base 


VCBO 


40 


Volts 


Emitter to Base 


Vebo 


5 


Volts 


CURRENT 








Collector 


Ic 


600 


mA 


DISSIPATION 








Total Power T A < 25°C 


P T 


350 


m Watts 


Total Power T c < 25°C 


Pt 


1000 


m Watts 


Derate Factor T A > 25°C 




2.8 


mW/°C 


Derate Factor T G > 25°C 




8.0 


mW/°C 


TEMPERATURE 








Operating 


Tj 


-55°Cto+150°C 


°C 


Storage 


TsTG. 


-55°Cto+150°C 


°c 


Lead (1/16" ± 1/32" from 








case for 10 sec.) 


T L 


+230°C 


°c 




TO-92 



I EMITTER 

2. BASE 

3. COLLECTOR 



SYMBOL 


MILLIMETERS 


INCHES 


NOTES 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. MAX. 


A 


4.3 2 


5.3 3 


.17 


.2 1 




fb 


.4 7 


55 


.0 1 6 1 


^022 


1.3 


4>b2 


.4 7 


,4 8 2 


1 6 


oTs 1 


3 


4>D 


4.4 5 


5.2 


.1 75 


.20 5 




E 


3.1 80 


4.1 90 


.1 2 51.1 65 




e 


2.41 


2.67 


.09 5 .1 05, 




«1 


I.I 50 


1.395 


.0 4 5 


.0 5 5 




i 


3.4 3 


4.320 


JJ5_5 


.170 




L 


12.700 


- 


.5 00^ 


— 


1,3 


Lt 


— 


1.270 


- 


.0 5 


3 


L2 


6.3 5 


— 


.2 50 


— 


3 





2.920 


2.67 


.1 1 5 
.0 80 


- 


2 


s 


2.0 3 


.105 





NOTES: 

1. THREE LEADS 

2.C0NT0UR OF PACKAGE UNCONTROLLED OUTSIDE 
THIS SIDE. 

3. (THREE LEADS) <j,bz APPLIES BETWEEN L| AND L 2 . 
<f,b APPLIES BETWEEN L 2 AND 12.70 MM (.500' ) 
FROM THE SEATING PLANE. DIAMETER IS UN- 
CONTROLLED IN L. AND BEYOND 12. 70 MM 1.500") 
FROM SEATING PLANE. 



electrical Characteristics: (T A = 25°C unless otherwise specified) 



2IM4402 



2N4403 



STATIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = 1mA, I B = 0) 
Collector-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I c = lOO^A, I e = 0) 
Emitter-Base Breakdown Voltage 

(I E = 100 M A, Ic = 0) 
Collector Cutoff Current 

(V CE = 35V, V EB (off) = .4V) 
Base Cutoff Current 

(V CE = 35V, V EB (off) = .4V) 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 
(V CE = IV, I c = .1mA) 
(V CE = IV, I c = 1mA) 
(V CE = IV, I c = 10mA) 
(V CE = 2V, I c = 150mA) 
(V CE = 2V, I c = 500mA) 



SYMBOL 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


UNITS 


V( B r)ceo 


40 


- 


40 


- 


Volts 


V (BR)CBO 


40 


- 


40 


- 


Volts 


Y[BR)EBO 


5 


- 


5 


- 


Volts 


IcEV 


- 


100 


- 


100 


nA 


Ibev 


- 


100 


- 


100 


nA 


hFE 
hFE 

thFE 
thFE 
fh F E 


30 
50 
50 
20 


150 


30 

60 

100 

100 

20 


300 





418 



STATIC CHARACTERISTICS (Continued) 

Collector-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c = 150mA, I B = 15mA) 

0c = 500mA, I B = 50mA) 
Base-Emitter Saturation Voltage 

(I c = 150mA, I B = 15mA) 

C = 500mA, I B = 50mA) 



2IM4402 



2N4402 



2N4403 



2N4403 



SYMBOL 


MIN. 


MAX. 


MIN. 


MAX. 


UNIT 


tVcE(sat) 
tVcE(sat) 


- 


.4 

.75 


- 


.4 

.75 


Volts 
Volts 


+V BE(sat) 

tVoWcot'l 


.75 


.95 
1.3 


.75 


.95 
1.3 


Volts 
Volts 



DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Collector Base Capacitance 

(V CB = 10V, I E = 0,f=lMHz) C cb 

Emitter-Base Capacitance 

(V EB = .5V, I c = 0,f = 1 MHz) C eb 

Gain Bandwidth Product 

(V CE = 10V, I c = 20mA, f = 100 MHz) f T 

Forward Current Transfer Ratio 

(V CE = 10V, I c = 1mA, f = 1 kHz) h fe 

Input Impedance 

(I c = 1mA, V CE = 10V, f = 1 kHz) h ie 

Voltage Feedback Ratio 

(Ic = 1mA, V CE = 10V, f = 1 kHz) h re 

Output Admittance 

0c = 1mA, V CE = 10V, f = 1 kHz) h oe 



- 


8.5 


- 


8.5 


pF 


- 


30 


- 


30 


pF 


150 


- 


200 


- 


MHz 


30 


250 


60 


500 




750 


7.5k 


1.5k 


15k 


Ohms 


.1 


8 


.1 


8 


xi o- 4 


1 


100 


1 


100 


;umhos 



SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS 

Delay Time 

Rise Time { d 

(I c = 150mA, I B1 = 15 mA) 

(V CE = 30, V EB (off) = 2V) t r 

Storage Time 
Fall Time t s 

0Bi =Ib2 = 15 mA) 

(V CE = 30V, I c = 1 50 mA) t f 

fPulse width <= 300 Msec, Duty Cycle < 2%. 
*JEDEC Registered Parameters. 



15 

20 

225 

30 



15 
20 

225 
30 



ns 



ns 



ns 



SWITCHING TIME EQUIVALENT TEST CIRCUITS 



-30 V 



e i 

2V v 


■«-<2nS 


\ 

16V I 


/ 



-J k- 1.0 TO IOO /J.S 

DUTY CYCLE = 2% 



1. TURN-ON TIME 





<20nS 

(V, N = -30V) 



-J L- 1.0 TO IOO/iS 

DUTY CYCLE = 2% 




Scop* Rlt*Tim« <4nS. 

C ( - Total Shunt CapaeitMc* of Tut Jifl 



I 



o 
+4V 
and Oaeillotcoiw. 
2. TURN-OFF TIME 



419 



2IM4402 



2N4403 



3.0 



z 2.0 — 



z - 



3 '-°^ 



0.7 



S 0.5 
o 



0.3 



0.2 









1 


nil 
























— V CE = 1V 


■«* 


- 


i 


g = 125° 






*•■ 




























^> 










.«• 


* * 


— 


*•"' 




,.' 


-- 


' T 


'" 








25°C 










^% 










<- 


^■ H 
































«* 
















-w 


« ■ , — ' ^ 








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T 


* 


s 












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r - 


L»' 


k 1 " 




























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1.0 



0.1 0.2 0.5 1.0 2.0 5.0 10 20 50 100 200 500 

I c " COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

3. DC CURRENT GAIN 



0.4 



0.2 













| 






































J 




















I 






































\ 










1 


C ■ ImA 




10 m A 








100 mA 










\ 500 mA 


































\ 


















































































V 



















































































































0.005 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1.0 2.0 5.0 10 20 50 
I B - BASE CURRENT - mA 

4. COLLECTOR SATURATION REGION 



i.o 



0.8 



o 0.6 

> 



0.4 



0.2 





























Tj = 


25°C 






























v BE(tot) ' 


9 ic'iu 


= IC 

nv 


^»' 
















Vprl .. & 


i) V CE = I 
















































































































































'CE(«aD«U 'c"B =,'0" 










i i illlll I 



0.1 0.2 0.5 1.0 2.0 5.0 10 20 50 100 200 500 

I c " COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

5. SATURATION VOLTAGE AND Vbe <on) 



E 

= -1.0 



-2.0 



-2.5 



























































































8 VC FOR VcE(tOl) 


































































































































































































































































g 


VB 


FOR 


































"BE 

























































"0.1 0.2 0.5 1.0 2.0 5.0 10 20 50 100 200 500 
I c " COLLECTOR CURRENT - mA 

6. TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENTS 



I 



420 



Silicon 
Transistors 



2N4409 



2N4410 



The General Electric 2N4409 and 2N4410 are Silicon NPN Planar 
Epitaxial Passivated Transistors designed for high voltage amplifier 
applications and for Neon Display Tube Drivers. 

absolute maximum ratings:^ T A = 25°C unless otherwise specified) 



Voltages 




2N4409 


2N4410 




Collector to Emitter 


V CEO 


50 


80 


Volts 


Collector to Base 


Vcbo 


80 


120 


Volts 


Emitter to Base 


Vebo 


6 


6 


Volts 


Current 










Collector 


Ic 


250 


250 


mA 


Dissipation 










Total Power T A < 25° C 


P T 


625 


625 


mWatt 


Total Power T c < 25°C 


P T 


1.5 


1.5 


Watts 


Derating Factor T A > 25°C 


P T 


5 


5 


mW/°C 


Derating Factor T c > 25°C 


P T 


12 


12 


mW/°C 


Temperature 










Storage