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To participate you need to register. Click here to register now. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. TheNewGuy Member Aug 15, I have a bag full of transistors like this one: The transistors have no 2n1350 on them!? That’s what that little square tag on the transistor is for.

Hero Banned Aug 16, The BC is obsolete, where do you get them from? TheNewGuy Member Aug 16, The transistors I have now, have that shape and no tag. I’ll take a picture of it if you guys want. I got a bag of electrical components from a relative of mine, when he heard that I had a project going so he gave it to me. I’m datasheeg an amplifier with an LM IC. And half of the entire bag are these transistors. I thought because I had so many, maby someone could tell me where I could put them to good use?


Or if I could use them in my next projects. Perhaps you should get your eyes tested then. Here’s a close-up with the tag circled in red. There are no markings on it though.

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Is it a BC? Could it just be a standard transistor? You could use the diode check function of a DMM Meter check of a transistor: Bob Scott New Member Aug 16, I have some transistors like that. Circa vintage, Germanium, TO-5 case with ceramic bottom, springy gold over steel leads, and obsolete decades ago. I would not use them for anything.

Tag is always the emitter, base is always in the middle. The old metal cans are easier to pinout than the TO mess. Generally germaniums don’t have the tag, but if they are germanium they are collectable. People like to use them to build exact reproductions of old guitar effects units etc.

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I like germanium transistors because they have a lower on-voltage they can work from ridiculously low voltages which is handy for single cell AA circuits. Brevor Member Aug 16, Ask the person who gave them to you, If he doesn’t know what they are then just throw them away! Transistors are cheap and these are probably not what you need for your project anyway. They are obsolete, but they should still work.

On the other hand, they have somewhat different characteristics from silicon transistors. When silicon transistors became available at low cost, most of us put our germanium transistors into the drawer or waste bin. The leakage has daasheet temperature coefficient that is a problem even at moderate temperatures.


Silicon is nominally 0. This isn’t really a problem, it’s just different. As mentioned, some special circuits use this feature.

Storage temperature of 2N is limited to C!!! Economy germanium transistors were 25V, while economy silicon transistors are V. Specials were dayasheet for RF, but they were expensive. Cheap silicon transistors are usually MHz. You might look up 2N and 2N to see the characteristics of popular mid’s germanium transistors. The best way to identify a transistor is by using a multimeter.

Put the multimeter on check mode. Check on the internet the transistor having the similar resistance.

Although there are various transistors with the same specs but it might be helpful. EN0 Member Aug 27, Yes, make sure you have the Vbe drop.

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