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Bipolar (BJT) Single Transistor, Darlington, NPN, 60 V, 50 W, 2 A, 500 hFE

TIP110 - Bipolar (BJT) Single Transistor, Darlington, NPN, 60 V, 50 W, 2 A, 500 hFE

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Manufacturer Part No:
TIP110
Newark Part No.:
58K9557
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Product Overview

The TIP110 is a NPN epitaxial silicon Darlington Transistor offers 60V collector-base voltage and 2A collector current. It is designed as monolithic construction with built-in base-emitter shunt resistors.
  • 1000 High DC current gain (hFE) @ VCE = 4V, IC = 1A minimum
  • Low collector-emitter saturation voltage
  • Complementary to TIP115

Applications

Power Management, Industrial

Product Information

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NPN
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60V
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-
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50W
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2A
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500hFE
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TO-220AB
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3Pins
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150°C
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