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Bipolar (BJT) Single Transistor, PNP, -12 V, 100 MHz, 500 mW, -1 A, 200 hFE

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Manufacturer Part No:
NSS12100XV6T1G
Newark Part No.:
09R9614
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Product Overview

The NSS12100XV6T1G is a 1A PNP bipolar Transistor designed for use in low voltage, high speed switching applications where affordable efficient energy control is important. It is miniature surface-mount device featuring ultra-low saturation voltage VCE(sat) and high current gain capability.

Applications

Industrial, Power Management

Product Information

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PNP
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-12V
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100MHz
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500mW
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-1A
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200hFE
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SOT-563
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6Pins
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150°C
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-
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-
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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