Identifying Which Side Of A Switching Transistor Is The Collecto

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- In a bipolar transistor, each "PN" junction is essentially a diode. Regardless, it is relatively easy to find the "base" of the transistor, but disambiguating which of the two other pins is the collector or the emitter is more difficult. Can we visually identify the base, collector .Transistors can be regarded as a type of switch, as can many electronic components. They are There are hundreds of transistors which work at different voltages but all of them fall into these two categories. When buying a transistor, directions will normally state clearly which lead is the BASE, EMITTER or COLLECTOR..The NPN transistor is designed to pelectrons from the emitter to the collector so conventional current flows from collector to emitter . The emitter "emits" electrons into The circuit above ised a low-side switch, because the switch - our transistor - is on the low ground side of the circuit. Alternatively, we can use a . - Surface-mount transistors with two pins on one side and the third standing alone on the other side SOT-23, SOT-323 almost always have the collector / drain standing alone. This is because the gate-source / base-emitter voltage differential is small, whereas the collector / drain may be tens or hundreds of .

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