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NPN 100mA 50V Digital Transistor (Bias Resistor Built-in Transistor) - DTC143EEBHZG

DTC143EEBHZG is the high reliability Automotive transistor, suitable for inverter and interface, driver.

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DTC143EEBHZGTL Active EMT3F 3000 3000 Taping Yes
 
Specifications:
Grade Automotive
Common Standard AEC-Q101
Package Code SOT-416FL
JEITA Package SC-89
Package Size[mm] 1.6x1.6(t=0.7)
Number of terminal 3
Polarity NPN
Supply voltage VCC 1[V] 50.0
Collector current IC 1[A] 0.1
Input resistance R1 1[kΩ] 4.7
Emitter base Resistance R2 1[kΩ] 4.7
Collector-Emitter voltage VCEO1[V] 50.0
Collector current(continuous) IC1[A] 0.1
Power Dissipation (PD)[W] 0.15
Mounting Style Surface mount
Output Current [A] 0.1
Storage Temperature (Min.)[°C] -55
Storage Temperature (Max.)[°C] 150
Features:
    • Built-In Biasing Resistors, R1 = R2 = 4.7kΩ
    • Built-in bias resistors enable the configuration of an inverter circuit without connecting external input resistors (see inner circuit) .
    • Only the on/off conditions need to be set for operation, making the circuit design easy.
    • Complementary PNP Types: DTA143EEB HZG
 
 
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