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reemplazo de transistores
21/4/2012 03:23PM
que tal buenas, espero pudiesen ayudarme ya que me llego un equipo de audio a
reparar y encontre 2 transistores da�ados de los cuales sus matriculas son d2222 y
c4137, y al buscarlos en las tiendas de eectronica me dicen que ya no los trabajan
no se pudiecen decirme si existe alguna otra matricula de reemplazo para estos
muchas gracias.
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21/4/2012 07:09PM
Hola..!amigo el transistor con varios pre-fijos 2N2222 es t�n com�n que a los
fabricantes le cae bien varios chips,,por las disparidad de ganancias,el m�s confia
ble es de National sem. pero me decis que que no lo consegu�s, veo que no es
Argentina,por el termino "tienda" ac� hay en cualquier negocio de electr�nica no
veo la raz�n, salvo por los terminales ,tenes varios reemplazos,,no lo tengo al
C4137 si hubiese puesto alg�n dato por ah� te ayudaba es que me tengo que salir de
esta conexi�n para ver sus caracter�sticas y capsula,el 2222 se puede por 2N3904
MPSA06, 2N4401,PN3569,2N3704,no se si es TO92, o TO18 metal,si lo quer�s de metal
cuando es usado en pre-bajoruido,como similar tenes 2N4013/14,, t�mbien tenes los
m�s com�n de todos que son los Philips,por aqu� abundan y son confiables,,no te lo
di antes por las disposici�n de los terminales es como si uno esta de frente para
colocar queda de espalda,por el colector vs. emisor,,bc639,,bc547,,bc337,,depende
de la corriente de colector elejis,la ganancia si es muy importante es BC547C,si es
priorizar la corriente de colector por la potencia que debe soportar BC337,suerte

BC548
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BC548 transistor

The BC548 is a general-purpose NPN bipolar junction transistor commonly used in


European electronic equipment. The BC548 is low cost and is available in most
European Union and many other countries. It is often the first type of bipolar
transistor hobbyists encounter, and is often featured in designs in hobby
electronics magazines where a general-purpose transistor is required.[citation
needed] In the summer of 2013, the manufacturer's budgeted cost for the part is
less than US $0.03 in lots of 1000.[1]

Contents

1 History and usage


2 Specifications
3 Variants
4 See also
5 References

History and usage

The BC548 is a part of a higher-quality family of NPN and PNP epitaxial silicon
transistors that originated with the metal-cased BC108 family of transistors. This
series, introduced in 1966 by Philips, became the most used transistors in
Australia[2] and was taken up by many European manufacturers.
The BC546 and BC547 are essentially the same as the BC548 but selected with higher
breakdown voltages while the BC549 is low noise version, and the BC550 both high-
voltage and low-noise.[3] The BC556 to BC560 are the PNP counterparts of the BC546
to BC550, respectively. The BC548 is the modern plastic-packaged BC108, and can be
used in any circuit designed for the BC108 or BC148, which includes many Mullard
and Philips published designs.

The BC548 part number is assigned by Pro Electron, which allows many manufacturers
to offer electrically and physically interchangeable parts under one
identification. As viewed in the image to the right, and going from left to right,
lead 1 (left in diagram) is the collector, lead 2 is the base, and lead 3 is the
emitter.[4] Note that not all transistors with TO-92 cases follow this arrangement.
Specifications

Devices registered to this Pro Electron number must have minimum performance
characteristics.

Breakdown voltage, collector-to-emitter with base open-circuit VCEO = 30 V (see


below)
Rated continuous collector current IC = 100 mA (Fairchild's BC548 at one time
had a higher rating)
Rated total power dissipation Ptotal = 500 mW (some manufacturers may specify
625 mW - see below)
Transition frequency (gain-bandwidth product) ft = 150 MHz minimum (300 MHz
typical)
[5]

Variants
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The BC546 and BC547 have higher voltage ratings; the BC549 has lower noise, and the
BC550 has both higher voltage and lower noise, and the last digit of the type
number follows a pattern common to several other transistors tabulated for the
BC108 family of transistors.

Some manufacturers specify their parts with higher ratings, for example the
Fairchild 1997 datasheet (547ABC, Rev B) for the BC547, sourced from Process 10
gave 500mA as the maximum collector current, while their datasheets dated 2002 have
dropped the current rating to the standard 100mA.[6]

The type number of any of the devices in this "family" may be followed by a letter
to indicate a narrow range of gain (hFE) spread (although it is not so common for a
BCxx7 or BCxx8 part to be available with a "C" gain grouping).

"A" indicates low gain (110 to 220 at 2 mA),


"B" indicates medium gain (200 to 450)
"C" indicates high gain (420 to 800)

So a BC548 might have a current gain anywhere between 110 and 800, but the gain of
a BC548A would be within the range of 110 to 220.

The PNP counterparts of the BC546 to BC550 are the BC556 to BC560 respectively,
i.e. the type numbers are higher by ten.

The surface-mount package versions are the BC846 to BC850 (and PNP versions: BC856
to BC860).
See also

BC108 family
2N2222
2N3904
2N3906

hola gentes, como dice el titulo del post, estoy buscando un reemplazo para ese
transistor ya que no encuentro el original, averigue ahora en una tienda, y me
dijeron que me servia el 2n2222, es cierto??, porque en los datasheets me salen
para aplicaciones distintas, ademas busque por aqui y no encontre buena info acerca
de.
saludos y gracias a tod@s

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09/10/2010 #712
betodj

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Respuesta: reemplazo del bc549c


En efecto, puedes reemplazar el BC549 por el 2N2222. (tienen las mismas
caracteristicas electricas segun manual de reemplazos ECG)
Ambos tienen encapsulado diferente (determinar la disposicion de pines antes de
colocar)

*BC549..NPN-Si, Af/Rf Amp, Driver (Amplificador audio frecuencia/radiofrecuencia y


driver=manejador de cargas)
*2N2222A...NPN-Si, Af/Rf Amp, sw (Amplificador audio frecuencia/radiofrecuencia y
conmutador)

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09/10/2010 #713
Robo

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Respuesta: reemplazo del bc549c


ok muchas gracias betodj

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09/10/2010 #714
wbg58h

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Respuesta: reemplazo del bc549c


Viendo por la cara plana del transistor, las patas son:
1: Emisor
2: Base
3: Colector
Saludos

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09/10/2010 #715
Cacho
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Respuesta: reemplazo del bc549c


S�lo ten� cuidado con la ganancia, que los BC549C est�n en el grupo m�s alto (algo
de 400 de Hfe) y el 2222 creo que no llega a esos n�meros. Si no te molesta ese
tema, adelante.

Como sea, el BC550C puede servirte si no ten�s demasiado voltaje (soportan un poco
menos si mal no recuerdo) o el 2N3904-06 (no me acuerdo cu�l de los dos es el NPN).
El 2N5088 puede servir tambi�n, y con un poco m�s de ruido (los 549-550 son los de
bajo ruido de la familia) te sirve cualquiera de los BC547-48.
Otro posible reemplazo es el BC337, o los 2SC1815... S�lo hay que tener cuidado con
los pines, que en algunos casos no van a estar distribu�dos igual.

En fin, cualquier cosa puede servir. �Pod�s subir el esquem�tico de d�nde lo vas a
usar?