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s8050 transistor datasheet needed.

Discussion in 'Datasheets, Manuals or Parts' started by Klabbis, Jul 11, 2003.

  1. Klabbis

    Klabbis New Member

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    Hi!

    Im looking data on a transitor marked

    s8050
    c331
     
  2. lavenatti

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    8050 is probably the year and week it was made. Most likely it's a 2SC331, this is an NPN transistor but I haven't found any more info than that.
     
  3. Mosfet

    Mosfet New Member

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    Are you sure it doesn't say C3311?
    The 2SC3311 is a general purpose amp/switching NPN optimized for use with logic chips.
     
  4. dave

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  5. i4yfc.fabri

    i4yfc.fabri New Member

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    the S8050 is a small TO92 NPN epitaxial silicon transistor.
    30V - 700mA - 100Mhz
    You may be find on: UTC Unisonic Technologies co ltd.

    Note: I have got some S8050 marqued D331 or C331.
    I think that C331 or D331 is a lot of production or assembled line.

    Bye

    I4-YFC - Fabrizio

    Piacenza - Italy
     
  6. i4yfc.fabri

    i4yfc.fabri New Member

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  7. iipee

    iipee New Member

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    Most probably the correct one is SS8050, manufactured for example by Fairchild.

    2W output amplifier of portable radios in class B push-pull operation in To-92 case.
     

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