mje13007g
MJE13007G
SWITCHMODEt
NPN Bipolar Power Transistor
For Switching Power Supply Applications
The MJE13007G is designed for high−voltage, high−speed power
switching inductive circuits where fall time is critical. It is particularly
suited for 115 and 220 V SWITCHMODE applications such as
Switching Regulators, Inverters, Motor Controls, Solenoid/Relay
drivers and Deflection circuits.
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POWER TRANSISTOR
8.0 AMPERES
400 VOLTS − 80 WATTS
VCEO(sus) 400 V
Reverse Bias SOA with Inductive Loads @ TC = 100°C
700 V Blocking Capability
SOA and Switching Applications Information
Standard TO−220
These Devices are Pb−Free and are RoHS Compliant*
MAXIMUM RATINGS
Rating
Symbol
Value
Unit
Collector−Emitter Sustaining Voltage
VCEO
400
Vdc
Collector−Base Breakdown Voltage
VCES
700
Vdc
Emitter−Base Voltage
VEBO
9.0
Vdc
Collector Current
− Continuous
− Peak (Note 1)
IC
ICM
8.0
16
Adc
Base Current
− Continuous
− Peak (Note 1)
IB
IBM
4.0
8.0
Adc
Emitter Current
− Continuous
− Peak (Note 1)
IE
IEM
12
24
Adc
PD
80
0.64
W
W/_C
TJ, Tstg
−65 to 150
_C
Symbol
Max
Unit
Thermal Resistance, Junction−to−Case
RqJC
1.56
_C/W
Thermal Resistance, Junction−to−Ambient
RqJA
62.5
_C/W
Maximum Lead Temperature for Soldering
Purposes 1/8″ from Case for 5 Seconds
TL
260
_C
Total Device Dissipation @ TC = 25_C
Derate above 25°C
Operating and Storage Temperature
TO−220AB
CASE 221A−09
STYLE 1
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2
3
MARKING DIAGRAM
MJE13007G
THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS
Characteristics
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Stresses exceeding Maximum Ratings may damage the device. Maximum
Ratings are stress ratings only. Functional operation above the Recommended
Operating Conditions is not implied. Extended exposure to stresses above the
Recommended Operating Conditions may affect device reliability.
1. Pulse Test: Pulse Width = 5 ms, Duty Cycle ≤ 10%.
*Measurement made with thermocouple contacting the bottom insulated mounting
surface of the package (in a location beneath the die), the device mounted on a
heatsink with thermal grease applied at a mounting torque of 6 to 8lbs.
*For additional information on our Pb−Free strategy and soldering details, please
download the ON Semiconductor Soldering and Mounting Techniques
Reference Manual, SOLDERRM/D.
© Semiconductor Components Industries, LLC, 2010
April, 2010 − Rev. 6
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A
Y
WW
G
= Assembly Location
= Year
= Work Week
= Pb−Free Package
ORDERING INFORMATION
Device
MJE13007G
Package
Shipping
TO−220
(Pb−Free)
50 Units / Rail
Publication Order Number:
MJE13007/D
MJE13007G
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TC = 25°C unless otherwise noted)
Characteristic
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
VCEO(sus)
400
−
−
Vdc
−
−
−
−
0.1
1.0
−
−
100
OFF CHARACTERISTICS (Note 2)
Collector−Emitter Sustaining Voltage
(IC = 10 mA, IB = 0)
Collector Cutoff Current
(VCES = 700 Vdc)
(VCES = 700 Vdc, TC = 125°C)
ICES
Emitter Cutoff Current
(VEB = 9.0 Vdc, IC = 0)
IEBO
mAdc
mAdc
SECOND BREAKDOWN
Second Breakdown Collector Current with Base Forward Biased
Clamped Inductive SOA with Base Reverse Biased
IS/b
See Figure 6
−
See Figure 7
ON CHARACTERISTICS (Note 2)
hFE
DC Current Gain
(IC = 2.0 Adc, VCE = 5.0 Vdc)
(IC = 5.0 Adc, VCE = 5.0 Vdc)
−
8.0
5.0
−
−
40
30
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
1.0
2.0
3.0
3.0
−
−
−
−
−
−
1.2
1.6
1.5
fT
4.0
14
−
MHz
Cob
−
80
−
pF
td
−
0.025
0.1
ms
tr
−
0.5
1.5
ts
−
1.8
3.0
tf
−
0.23
0.7
Collector−Emitter Saturation Voltage
(IC = 2.0 Adc, IB = 0.4 Adc)
(IC = 5.0 Adc, IB = 1.0 Adc)
(IC = 8.0 Adc, IB = 2.0 Adc)
(IC = 5.0 Adc, IB = 1.0 Adc, TC = 100°C)
VCE(sat)
Base−Emitter Saturation Voltage
(IC = 2.0 Adc, IB = 0.4 Adc)
(IC = 5.0 Adc, IB = 1.0 Adc)
(IC = 5.0 Adc, IB = 1.0 Adc, TC = 100°C)
VBE(sat)
Vdc
Vdc
DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS
Current−Gain − Bandwidth Product
(IC = 500 mAdc, VCE = 10 Vdc, f = 1.0 MHz)
Output Capacitance
(VCB = 10 Vdc, IE = 0, f = 0.1 MHz)
SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
Resistive Load (Table 1)
Delay Time
Rise Time
Storage Time
(VCC = 125 Vdc, IC = 5.0 A,
IB1 = IB2 = 1.0 A, tp = 25 ms,
Duty Cycle ≤ 1.0%)
Fall Time
Inductive Load, Clamped (Table 1)
Voltage Storage Time
VCC = 15 Vdc, IC = 5.0 A
Vclamp = 300 Vdc
TC = 25°C
TC = 100°C
tsv
−
−
1.2
1.6
2.0
3.0
ms
Crossover Time
IB(on) = 1.0 A, IB(off) = 2.5 A
LC = 200 mH
TC = 25°C
TC = 100°C
tc
−
−
0.15
0.21
0.30
0.50
ms
TC = 25°C
TC = 100°C
tfi
−
−
0.04
0.10
0.12
0.20
ms
Fall Time
2. Pulse Test: Pulse Width ≤ 300 ms, Duty Cycle ≤ 2.0%.
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VCE(sat), COLLECTOR-EMITTER SATURATION
VOLTAGE (VOLTS)
MJE13007G
VBE(sat), BASE-EMITTER SATURATION
VOLTAGE (VOLTS)
1.4
IC/IB = 5
1.2
1
0.8
TC = - 40°C
25°C
0.6
5
IC/IB = 5
2
1
0.5
0.2
TC = - 40°C
0.1
25°C
0.05
100°C
0.4
0.01 0.02
10
0.05
0.1
0.2
0.5
1
2
5
0.02
0.01
0.01 0.02
10
100°C
0.05
0.1
0.2
0.5
1
2
5
10
IC, COLLECTOR CURRENT (AMPS)
IC, COLLECTOR CURRENT (AMPS)
Figure 1. Base−Emitter Saturation Voltage
Figure 2. Collector−Emitter Saturation Voltage
VCE, COLLECTOR-EMITTER VOLTAGE (VOLTS)
3
TJ = 25°C
2.5
2
1.5
IC = 8 A
IC = 5 A
1
IC = 3 A
IC = 1 A
0.5
0
0.01 0.02
0.05
0.1
0.2
0.5
1
2
3
5
10
IB, BASE CURRENT (AMPS)
Figure 3. Collector Saturation Region
100
10000
C, CAPACITANCE (pF)
hFE , DC CURRENT GAIN
25°C
10
40°C
VCE = 5 V
1
0.01
TJ = 25°C
Cib
TJ = 100°C
0.1
1
10
1000
Cob
100
10
0.1
1
10
100
IC, COLLECTOR CURRENT (AMPS)
VR, REVERSE VOLTAGE (VOLTS)
Figure 4. DC Current Gain
Figure 5. Capacitance
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1000
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10
Extended SOA @ 1 ms, 10 ms
20
10
5
IC, COLLECTOR CURRENT (AMPS)
IC, COLLECTOR CURRENT (AMPS)
100
50
1 ms
10 ms
TC = 25°C
2
1
0.5
DC
1 ms
5 ms
0.2
0.1
0.05
BONDING WIRE LIMIT
THERMAL LIMIT
SECOND BREAKDOWN LIMIT
CURVES APPLY BELOW
RATED VCEO
0.02
0.01
10
20 30
8
TC ≤ 100°C
GAIN ≥ 4
LC = 500 mH
6
4
VBE(off)
-5 V
2
0
0
50 70 100 200 300 500 1000
VCE, COLLECTOR-EMITTER VOLTAGE (VOLTS)
Figure 7. Maximum Reverse Bias Switching
Safe Operating Area
Figure 6. Maximum Forward Bias
Safe Operating Area
There are two limitations on the power handling ability of
a transistor: average junction temperature and second
breakdown. Safe operating area curves indicate IC − VCE
limits of the transistor that must be observed for reliable
operation; i.e., the transistor must not be subjected to greater
dissipation than the curves indicate.
The data of Figure 6 is based on TC = 25°C; TJ(pk) is
variable depending on power level. Second breakdown pulse
limits are valid for duty cycles to 10% but must be derated
when TC ≥ 25°C. Second breakdown limitations do not
derate the same as thermal limitations. Allowable current at
the voltages shown on Figure 6 may be found at any case
temperature by using the appropriate curve on Figure 8.
At high case temperatures, thermal limitations will reduce
the power that can be handled to values less than the
limitations imposed by second breakdown.
Use of reverse biased safe operating area data (Figure 7)
is discussed in the applications information section.
POWER DERATING FACTOR
1
SECOND BREAKDOWN
DERATING
0.8
0.6
THERMAL
DERATING
0.4
0.2
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
TC, CASE TEMPERATURE (°C)
Figure 8. Forward Bias Power Derating
r(t), TRANSIENT THERMAL RESISTANCE (NORMALIZED)
0V
-2 V
100 200
300
400
500
600
700
800
VCEV, COLLECTOR-EMITTER CLAMP VOLTAGE (VOLTS)
1
0.7
0.5
D = 0.5
D = 0.2
0.2
D = 0.1
0.1
0.07
0.05
P(pk)
D = 0.05
t1
D = 0.02
t2
0.02
DUTY CYCLE, D = t1/t2
D = 0.01
0.01
0.01
RqJC(t) = r(t) RqJC
RqJC = 1.56°C/W MAX
D CURVES APPLY FOR POWER
PULSE TRAIN SHOWN
READ TIME AT t1
TJ(pk) - TC = P(pk) RqJC(t)
SINGLE PULSE
0.02
0.05
0.1
0.2
0.5
1
2
5
10
20
t, TIME (msec)
Figure 9. Typical Thermal Response for MJE13007
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50
100
200
500
10k
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SPECIFICATION INFORMATION FOR SWITCHMODE APPLICATIONS
INTRODUCTION
at 25°C and 100°C. Increasing the reverse bias will give
some improvement in device blocking capability.
The sustaining or active region voltage requirements in
switching applications occur during turn−on and turn−off. If
the load contains a significant capacitive component, high
current and voltage can exist simultaneously during turn−on
and the pulsed forward bias SOA curves (Figure 6) are the
proper design limits.
For inductive loads, high voltage and current must be
sustained simultaneously during turn−off, in most cases,
with the base to emitter junction reverse biased. Under these
conditions the collector voltage must be held to a safe level
at or below a specific value of collector current. This can be
accomplished by several means such as active clamping, RC
snubbing, load line shaping, etc. The safe level for these
devices is specified as a Reverse Bias Safe Operating Area
(Figure 7) which represents voltage−current conditions that
can be sustained during reverse biased turn−off. This rating
is verified under clamped conditions so that the device is
never subjected to an avalanche mode.
The primary considerations when selecting a power
transistor for SWITCHMODE applications are voltage and
current ratings, switching speed, and energy handling
capability. In this section, these specifications will be
discussed and related to the circuit examples illustrated in
Table 2. (Note 1)
VOLTAGE REQUIREMENTS
Both blocking voltage and sustaining voltage are
important in SWITCHMODE applications.
Circuits B and C in Table 2 illustrate applications that
require high blocking voltage capability. In both circuits the
switching transistor is subjected to voltages substantially
higher than VCC after the device is completely off (see load
line diagrams at IC = Ileakage ≈ 0 in Table 2). The blocking
capability at this point depends on the base to emitter
conditions and the device junction temperature. Since the
highest device capability occurs when the base to emitter
junction is reverse biased (VCEV), this is the recommended
and specified use condition. Maximum ICEV at rated VCEV
is specified at a relatively low reverse bias (1.5 Volts) both
NOTE: 1. For detailed information on specific switching applications,
see ON Semiconductor Application Note AN719, AN873,
AN875, AN951.
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Table 1. Test Conditions For Dynamic Performance
RESISTIVE
SWITCHING
REVERSE BIAS SAFE OPERATING AREA AND INDUCTIVE SWITCHING
VCC
TEST CIRCUITS
+15
V
150W
3W
1 mF
MTP8P10
MTP8P10
100W
3W
100 mF
MUR105
+10V
RC
RB1
IC
MJE210
A
RB2
50W
Vclamp = 300 Vdc
IB
TUT
RB
IB
150W
3W
500 mF
+125
V
MUR8100E
MPF930
MPF930
COMMON
SCOPE
5.1 k
D
1
VCE
TUT
51
MTP12N10
-4 V
Voff
1 mF
V(BR)CEO(sus)
CIRCUIT
VALUES
TEST WAVEFORMS
L
L = 10 mH
RB2 = 8
VCC = 20 Volts
IC(pk) = 100 mA
Inductive
Switching
tf CLAMPED
tf UNCLAMPED ≈ t2
IC
ICM
RBSOA
L = 200 mH
RB2 = 0
VCC = 15 Volts
RB1 selected for
desired IB1
VCC = 125 V
RC = 25
D1 = 1N5820 OR
W
EQUIV.
L = 500 mH
RB2 = 0
VCC = 15 Volts
RB1 selected for
desired IB1
TYPICAL
WAVEFORM
S
t1 ADJUSTED TO
OBTAIN IC
Lcoil (ICM)
t1 ≈
VCC
VCE PEAK
t
t1
tf
t2 ≈
VCE
VCEM
TIME
0
VCE
IB1
Vclamp
t
t2
Lcoil (ICM)
Vclamp
TEST EQUIPMENT
SCOPE — TEKTRONIX
475 OR EQUIVALENT
IB
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25 ms
+11 V
IB2
9V
tr, tf < 10 ns
DUTY CYCLE = 1.0%
RB AND RC ADJUSTED
FOR DESIRED IB AND IC
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SWITCHING TIME NOTES
In resistive switching circuits, rise, fall, and storage times
have been defined and apply to both current and voltage
waveforms since they are in phase. However, for inductive
loads which are common to SWITCHMODE power
supplies and any coil driver, current and voltage waveforms
are not in phase. Therefore, separate measurements must be
made on each waveform to determine the total switching
time. For this reason, the following new terms have been
defined.
tsv = Voltage Storage Time, 90% IB1 to 10% Vclamp
trv = Voltage Rise Time, 10−90% Vclamp
tfi = Current Fall Time, 90−10% IC
tti = Current Tail, 10−2% IC
tc = Crossover Time, 10% Vclamp to 10% IC
An enlarged portion of the turn−off waveforms is shown
in Figure 12 to aid in the visual identity of these terms. For
the designer, there is minimal switching loss during storage
time and the predominant switching power losses occur
during the crossover interval and can be obtained using the
standard equation from AN222A:
PSWT = 1/2 VCCIC(tc) f
Typical inductive switching times are shown in Figure 13.
In general, trv + tfi ≅ tc. However, at lower test currents this
relationship may not be valid.
As is common with most switching transistors, resistive
switching is specified at 25°C and has become a benchmark
for designers. However, for designers of high frequency
converter circuits, the user oriented specifications which
make this a “SWITCHMODE” transistor are the inductive
switching speeds (tc and tsv) which are guaranteed at 100°C.
VOLTAGE REQUIREMENTS (continued)
In the four application examples (Table 2) load lines are
shown in relation to the pulsed forward and reverse biased
SOA curves.
In circuits A and D, inductive reactance is clamped by the
diodes shown. In circuits B and C the voltage is clamped by
the output rectifiers, however, the voltage induced in the
primary leakage inductance is not clamped by these diodes
and could be large enough to destroy the device. A snubber
network or an additional clamp may be required to keep the
turn−off load line within the Reverse Bias SOA curve.
Load lines that fall within the pulsed forward biased SOA
curve during turn−on and within the reverse bias SOA curve
during turn−off are considered safe, with the following
assumptions:
1. The device thermal limitations are not exceeded.
2. The turn−on time does not exceed 10 ms
(see standard pulsed forward SOA curves in Figure 6).
3. The base drive conditions are within the specified
limits shown on the Reverse Bias SOA curve (Figure 7).
CURRENT REQUIREMENTS
An efficient switching transistor must operate at the
required current level with good fall time, high energy
handling capability and low saturation voltage. On this data
sheet, these parameters have been specified at 5.0 amperes
which represents typical design conditions for these devices.
The current drive requirements are usually dictated by the
VCE(sat) specification because the maximum saturation
voltage is specified at a forced gain condition which must be
duplicated or exceeded in the application to control the
saturation voltage.
SWITCHING REQUIREMENTS
In many switching applications, a major portion of the
transistor power dissipation occurs during the fall time (tfi).
For this reason considerable effort is usually devoted to
reducing the fall time. The recommended way to accomplish
this is to reverse bias the base−emitter junction during
turn−off. The reverse biased switching characteristics for
inductive loads are shown in Figures 12 and 13 and resistive
loads in Figures 10 and 11. Usually the inductive load
components will be the dominant factor in SWITCHMODE
applications and the inductive switching data will more
closely represent the device performance in actual
application. The inductive switching characteristics are
derived from the same circuit used to specify the reverse
biased SOA curves, (see Table 1) providing correlation
between test procedures and actual use conditions.
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SWITCHING PERFORMANCE
10000
7000
5000
VCC = 125 V
IC/IB = 5
IB(on) = IB(off)
TJ = 25°C
PW = 25 ms
tr
VCC = 125 V
IC/IB = 5
IB(on) = IB(off)
TJ = 25°C
PW = 25 ms
ts
2000
t, TIME (ns)
1000
1000
700
500
100
tf
200
td
10
100
1
2
3
4
5
6
IC, COLLECTOR CURRENT (AMP)
7
8 9 10
1
2
3
4
5
6
IC, COLLECTOR CURRENT (AMP)
Figure 10. Turn−On Time (Resistive Load)
10000
IC
90% Vclamp
tsv
90% IC
tfi
trv
Vclamp
Vclamp
10%
Vclamp
90% IB1
10%
IC
IC/IB = 5
IB(off) = IC/2
Vclamp = 300 V
LC = 200 mH
VCC = 15 V
TJ = 25°C
5000
2000
tti
tc
IB
7 8 9 10
Figure 11. Turn−Off Time (Resistive Load)
t, TIME (ns)
t, TIME (ns)
10000
2%
IC
1000
500
tsv
tc
200
100
tfi
50
20
10
0.1
TIME
0.2
0.3
0.5 0.7
1
2
3
5
7
IC, COLLECTOR CURRENT (AMP)
Figure 12. Inductive Switching
Measurements
Figure 13. Typical Inductive Switching Times
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Table 2. Applications Examples of Switching Circuits
CIRCUIT
LOAD LINE DIAGRAMS
SERIES SWITCHING
REGULATOR
TURN-ON (FORWARD BIAS) SOA
ton ≤ 10 ms
VO
VCC
COLLECTOR CURRENT
16 A
A
PD = 3200 W 2
300 V
ton
TURN-OFF (REVERSE BIAS) SOA
1.5 V ≤ VBE(off) ≤ 9 V
8A
VCC
400 V 1
700 V 1
VCC
COLLECTOR VOLTAGE
TURN-ON (FORWARD BIAS) SOA
ton ≤ 10 ms
IC
N
COLLECTOR CURRENT
DUTY CYCLE ≤ 10%
PD = 3200 W 2
TC = 100°C
300 V
Notes:
1
VCE
VCC +
N (Vo)
VCC
400 V 1
700 V 1
COLLECTOR VOLTAGE
t
TURN-ON (FORWARD BIAS) SOA
ton ≤ 10 ms
IC
DUTY CYCLE ≤ 10%
VO
VCC
VCC + N (Vo)
+ LEAKAGE
SPIKE
ton
t
TURN-OFF (REVERSE BIAS) SOA
1.5 V ≤ VBE(off) ≤ 9 V
300 V
8A
VCE
DUTY CYCLE ≤ 10%
TURN-ON
2 VCC
VCC
Notes:
1
SOLENOID DRIVER
toff
PD = 3200 W 2
TC = 100°C
+
2 VCC
TURN-OFF
VCC
400 V 1
700 V 1
t
COLLECTOR VOLTAGE
See AN569 for Pulse Power Derating Procedure.
TURN-ON (FORWARD BIAS) SOA
ton ≤ 10 ms
16 A
IC
DUTY CYCLE ≤ 10%
D
SOLENOID
COLLECTOR CURRENT
TC = 100°C
VCC
LEAKAGE SPIKE
See AN569 for Pulse Power Derating Procedure.
16 A
COLLECTOR CURRENT
C
VCC + N (Vo)
t
DUTY CYCLE ≤ 10%
TURN-OFF
+ VCC
PUSH−PULL
INVERTER/CONVERTER
toff
ton
TURN-OFF (REVERSE BIAS) SOA
1.5 V ≤ VBE(off) ≤ 9 V
8A
TURN-ON
t
TIME
See AN569 for Pulse Power Derating Procedure.
16 A
VO
t
TIME
VCE
TURN-OFF
1
VCC
toff
DUTY CYCLE ≤ 10%
TURN-ON
Notes:
B
IC
DUTY CYCLE ≤ 10%
TC = 100°C
+
FLYBACK
INVERTER
TIME DIAGRAMS
toff
PD = 3200 W 2
300 V
8A
ton
TURN-OFF (REVERSE BIAS) SOA
1.5 V ≤ VBE(off) ≤ 9 V
DUTY CYCLE ≤ 10%
t
VCE
TURN-OFF
VCC
TURN-ON
+
Notes:
1
VCC
400 V 1
700 V 1
COLLECTOR VOLTAGE
See AN569 for Pulse Power Derating Procedure.
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PACKAGE DIMENSIONS
TO−220AB
CASE 221A−09
ISSUE AF
−T−
B
F
T
SEATING
PLANE
C
S
4
DIM
A
B
C
D
F
G
H
J
K
L
N
Q
R
S
T
U
V
Z
A
Q
U
1 2 3
H
K
Z
L
R
V
NOTES:
1. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ANSI
Y14.5M, 1982.
2. CONTROLLING DIMENSION: INCH.
3. DIMENSION Z DEFINES A ZONE WHERE ALL
BODY AND LEAD IRREGULARITIES ARE
ALLOWED.
J
G
D
N
INCHES
MIN
MAX
0.570
0.620
0.380
0.405
0.160
0.190
0.025
0.035
0.142
0.161
0.095
0.105
0.110
0.155
0.014
0.025
0.500
0.562
0.045
0.060
0.190
0.210
0.100
0.120
0.080
0.110
0.045
0.055
0.235
0.255
0.000
0.050
0.045
----0.080
STYLE 1:
PIN 1.
2.
3.
4.
MILLIMETERS
MIN
MAX
14.48
15.75
9.66
10.28
4.07
4.82
0.64
0.88
3.61
4.09
2.42
2.66
2.80
3.93
0.36
0.64
12.70
14.27
1.15
1.52
4.83
5.33
2.54
3.04
2.04
2.79
1.15
1.39
5.97
6.47
0.00
1.27
1.15
----2.04
BASE
COLLECTOR
EMITTER
COLLECTOR
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