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AC128 Pin configuration


 
7/11/2000 12:47 PM
CJ Landry
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AC128 Pin configuration
I am finally getting around to playing with some AC128's I got a while back. However, I do not know the pin configuration for them. The case is a T01 or T05 with the tab on the can.  
 
Is the tab the emitter or the collector?  
 
Also, is the center pin in the triangle the base?  
 
Thanks in advance,  
CJ
 
7/11/2000 1:01 PM
Ian Anderson
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Looking at the bottom with the 'tab' on your left, the pinout is as follows (L to R)...  
 
emitter, base, collector  
 
 
... Ian
 
 
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7/11/2000 1:03 PM
jason
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quote:
"Is the tab the emitter or the collector? "
 
emitter  
quote:
"Also, is the center pin in the triangle the base?  
"
that's it.  
jason
 
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