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'[OT]: 5PM4 SCR'
2004\08\17@181837 by Kevinhoward

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Hi again,
           Can  anyone help with a datasheet for the(2V) 5P4 SCR
manufactured by NEC
Any help greatfully appreciated!

Best regards

Kev


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2004\08\17@185406 by Russell McMahon

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> Can  anyone help with a datasheet for the(2V) 5P4 SCR
> manufactured by NEC
> Any help greatfully appreciated!


2V5P4 ?
From here, not much information

       http://www.iin.ne.jp/~kousyou/hukkatu-bn33.htm

but, it looks like it is probably a low voltage and current part.
If so then almost any SCR would work that has enough voltage and current
rating for the application. The only tricky part is liable to be gate
characteristic. Some are more sensitive than others. You can probably get
some idea of gate drive from the circuit it is in.

What is the application?


       Russell McMahon

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2004\08\19@180606 by Kevinhoward

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Russell,
           Many  thanks for your reply, I have found out it is 5a 400V with
a sensitive  gate.

Thanks again for your input!

Regards,

Kev

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