What is transistor BC107?

The BC107 and BC107B are silicon planar epitaxial NPN transistors in TO-18 metal case. They are suitable for use in driver stages, low noise input stages and signal processing circuits of television receivers. The PNP complementary types are BC177 and BC177B respectively.

Can I use BC107 instead of BC547?

Yes, you can use, for switching just look for Ic(collector current) and Vceo(collector-emitter voltage) in the datasheet.

What are the 3 pins of a transistor?

In general, all transistors have three pins: base, collector, and emitter. Transistor is a bi-polar device that is a transistor with two junctions namely BE and CE DE EE FE.

How do you test a BC107 transistor?

BC107 is a NPN transistor hence the collector and emitter will be left open (Reverse biased) when the base pin is held at ground and will be closed (Forward biased) when a signal is provided to base pin. BC107 has a gain value hfe of 50; this value determines the amplification capacity of the transistor.

What is the meaning of first letter indicated in the transistor code number BC107?

Explanation:B stands for Silicon and C means low frequency audio transistor. So BC107 is a low power audio frequency transistor that is made of Silicon.

What is a transistor symbol?

NPN vs PNP Transistor

NPN Transistor PNP Transistor
Collector-emitter voltage Positive Negative
Emitter arrow Pointed out Pointed in

Which pin is base on transistor?

When analysing the transistor pins, the middle pin of a BJT transistor is always the base and by keeping the positive (Red) probe on the middle pin and negative (black) probe on other two transistor pins, we can identify the transistor type.

What is transistor with diagram?

A transistor is a semiconductor device used to amplify or switch electrical signals and power. The transistor is one of the basic building blocks of modern electronics….Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC)

Prefix Type and usage
3N four-terminal device, such as dual-gate field-effect transistors

How do you know if a transistor is open?

Connect the base terminal of the transistor to the terminal marked positive (usually coloured red) on the multimeter. Connect the terminal marked negative or common (usually coloured black) to the collector and measure the resistance. It should read open circuit (there should be a deflection for a PNP transistor).

How do I know if a transistor is bad?

Hook the positive lead from the multimeter to the to the BASE (B) of the transistor. Hook the negative meter lead to the EMITTER (E) of the transistor. For an good NPN transistor, the meter should show a voltage drop between 0.45V and 0.9V. If you are testing PNP transistor, you should see “OL” (Over Limit).

What is indicated by BC and 107 in BC107?

B- stands for Silicon Transistor C for- Audio Frequency Range. 107 – — Simple home/ experiment use. First Character – Material. A:Germanium.