Avalanche Rated Transistor Irfz44nl Passim Cigarette Machine Spare
A transistor is a semiconductor device used to amplify or switch
electronic signals and electrical power. Transistors are one of the
basic building blocks of modern electronics. It is composed of
semiconductor material usually with at least three terminals for
connection to an external circuit.
Absolute Maximum Ratings
|Id @ Tq = 25°C||Continuous Drain Current, Vgs @ 10V||49||A|
|lD @ Tc = 100°C||Continuous Drain Current, Vgs @ 10V||35|
|Idm||Pulsed Drain Current ①||160|
|PD @Ta = 25°C||Power Dissipation||3.8||W|
|PD @TC = 25°C||Power Dissipation||94||W|
|Linear Derating Factor||0.63||W/°C|
|Ear||Repetitive Avalanche Energy®||9.4||mJ|
|dv/dt||Peak Diode Recovery dv/dt ③||5.0||V/ns|
|Tj||Operating Junction and||-55 to + 175||°C|
Compared with the vacuum tube, transistors are generally smaller
and require less power to operate. Certain vacuum tubes have
advantages over transistors at very high operating frequencies or
high operating voltages. Many types of transistors are made to
standardized specifications by multiple manufacturers.
Bipolar Junction Transistors
The first bipolar junction transistors were invented by Bell Labs'
William Shockley, which applied for patent (2,569,347) on June 26,
1948. On April 12, 1950, Bell Labs chemists Gordon Teal and Morgan
Sparks had successfully produced a working bipolar NPN junction
amplifying germanium transistor.