DESCRIPTION. The BC and BCB are silicon Planar. Epitaxial NPN transistors in TO metal case. They are suitable for use in driver stages, low. VCBO. Collector – Base Continuous Voltage. BC BC, BC VCEO. Collector – Emitter Continuous Voltage With Zero Base Current BC BC BC Datasheet, BC NPN General Purpose Transistor Datasheet, buy BC Transistor.
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The BC transistor costed Rs. Yesterday I bought a 2N transistor that costed only Rs.
Now my question is, what is the difference between the two, that their cost varies this much. Also what would be the different applications of the two transistors? If you look at the datasheets for the 2N and BCthe main specs to look for are:.
So as you can see, most of the specifications are nearly the datashedt. The minimum switching frequency supported by the 2N is about double that of the BC Unless you are running at very high speeds, the two BJTs should be interchangeable.
As far as costs go, the 2N is a very popular transistor, manufactured in many millions per year.
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The BC is much less common. So you got a really good deal on the BCs at Rs. The prices of the surface-mount version of the 2N at Digi-key are about the same as the through-hole, and they haveof those ready to ship. As far as I know, there isn’t a surface mount version of the BC, due to lack of demand.
In addition to the savings afforded by volume, the 2N is manufactured in a plastic TO case, whereas the ZBC is made in a metal TO can, which would be much more expensive to make:.
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If there are fakes like these they might not be in TO! As far as I can tell Fairchild never made those.
If you look at the datasheets for the 2N and BCthe main specs to look for are: In addition to the savings afforded by volume, the 2N is manufactured in a plastic TO case, whereas the ZBC is made in a metal TO can, which would be much more expensive to make: I would expect their price to be closer to the 2N Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name.