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mozikluv

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:D hi guys,

who is the manufacturer of these diodes and what is the possible replacement in the 1n40xx.

FR152
FR302
BA157

thanx :D
 

ChrisP

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FR302 -- generic Fast Recovery, 3.0A, 100V DO-27 (Datasheet)

FR152 -- generic Fast Recovery, 1.5A, 100V DO-15 (Datasheet)

BA157 -- generic Fast Recovery, 1.0A, 400V DO-41 (Datasheet)

The 1N40xx diodes are not direct replacements, and are only 1A GP Si diodes. I suppose that the 1N4004 could be used for the BA157 if recovery times aren't important...

Similarly, 1N5401 is a 3A/100V GP Si diode, while 1N5392 is a 1.5A/100V GP Si.

FR diodes are readily available -- Mouser stocks Rectrons (among others) -- their FR152 and FR302 are direct numbered replacements; their FR104 replaces the BA157...
 

ChrisP

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BTW -- it's likely that Rectron has a distributor that services the Pacific -- go **broken link removed** for more info...

Also, if your needs are limited as to quantity, you might try requesting samples from them. :)
 

mozikluv

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diode datasheet

:D hi ChrisP,

thanx for your reply, i can now replace the fr302 with MR851 and the fr152 with 1n4937.

:D
 
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