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'[EE:] European Transistor Equivalents'
2004\03\22@205300 by David J. Kloc

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I am incorporating a portion of an old circuit into one of my designs.  The
old circuit uses
European coded transistors.  I have been unable to easily identify a US
equivalent on the
Web.  Some of the parts that I am attempting to translate are the BC183,
BC213 and
BC550C.  Is there a list of equivalents (i.e. 2Nxxxx) out there that
someone can direct me
to?  Recommendations for equivalents would also be welcome.

Thanks

Dave Kloc" <spam_OUTdklocTakeThisOuTspamworldnet.att.net>

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2004\03\22@213107 by Rick C.

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BC183 is an NPN general purpose in a TO92. Looks like a PN2222 or 2N3904 would
work. The BC213 looks like its complimentary device (PNP). A PN2907 or 2N3906
should work. The BC550 seems like it could also be replaced by the PN2222 also.
For most small signal circuits under 40 volts and from 20 mhz down to DC
switching, the above devices should sub out.
Rick

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2004\03\22@213419 by Joe Mann

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Dave,

BC183   npn TO92C 30V 0.2A 120-800 at 2mA
BC183A  npn TO92C 30V 0.2A 120-220 at 2mA
BC183B  npn TO92C 30V 0.2A 180-460 at 2mA
BC183C  npn TO92C 30V 0.1A 380-800 at 2mA
BC183L  npn TO92E 30V 0.2A 120-800 at 2mA
BC183LA npn TO92E 45V 0.2A 120-220 at 2mA
BC183LB npn TO92E 30V 0.2A 180-460 at 2mA
BC183LC npn TO92E 30V 0.2A 380-800 at 2mA

BC213   pnp TO92C 30V 0.2A 120-800 at 2mA
BC213A  pnp TO92C BC213 but 120-220 at 2mA
BC213B  pnp TO92C BC213 but 180-460 at 2mA
BC213C  pnp TO92C BC213 but 380-800 at 2mA
BC213L  pnp TO92E BC213 but center pin collector
BC213LA pnp TO92E BC213A but center pin collector
BC213LB pnp TO92E BC213B but center pin collector
BC213LC pnp TO92E BC213C but center pin collector

BC550   npn TO92C 45V 0.1A 200-800 at 2mA
BC550C  npn TO92C BC550 but 420-800 at 2mA

Datasheets at  http://users.otenet.gr/~athsam/database.htm

Looks like 2N390X kinda parts

Joe, K9HDE

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2004\03\22@213628 by Robert L Cochran

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What can substitute for the BC557 and BC547?

Thanks

Bob

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2004\03\22@222550 by Rick C.
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BC557 is a VHF  150 mhz PNP in TO92. The BC547 is a general purpose NPN TO92 50 volt
good to 300mhz.
Rick

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