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NJT4031NT1G - 

Bipolar (BJT) Single Transistor, NPN, 40 V, 215 MHz, 2 W, 3 A, 100 hFE

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Manufacturer Part No:
NJT4031NT1G
Newark Part No.:
57M9869
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Product Overview

The NJT4031NT1G is a 3A NPN bipolar Power Transistor ideal for high speed switching applications where power saving is a concern. It is the combination of low saturation voltage and high gain.
  • Low collector-emitter saturation voltage
  • High DC current gain
  • High current-gain bandwidth product
  • Halogen-free
  • Minimized power loss
  • Very low current requirements
  • Ideal for high frequency designs
  • AEC-Q101 qualified and PPAP capable

Applications

Industrial, Power Management, Automotive

Product Information

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NPN
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40V
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215MHz
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2W
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3A
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100hFE
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SOT-223
:
4Pins
:
150°C
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-
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AEC-Q101
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MSL 3 - 168 hours
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