Hello, readers welcome to the new post. In this tutorial, we will discuss Introduction to 2N3053 Transistor. NPN Transistor is a type of transistor that consists of two N regions and one P region between two N. Transistors is considered a very basic part of any project that consists of an amplifier module.
In this post, we will discuss Introduction to 2N3053 Transistor pinouts working and some other features with detail. So let get started.
Introduction to 2N3053 Transistor
- It is used as a general-purpose transistor that is mostly configured in switching and amplifier circuits.
- Its configuration is such that if there is no supply linked to it zero current flow through emitter to base
- If supply is linked then current flows that condition now transistor is working
- Its gain value is about fifty
- Value of base current given to it is about fifteen milliampere
- The value of current for collector and emitter should be less than seven milliamperes larger than this can harm this module
- Silicon and germanium are normally used for transistor creation this device is created with silicon
- Its casing is To-39 metallic that help to used in amplifiers and switching circuits
- Its NPN configuration helps to collector and emitter in the off state when no power is applied. When positive volts is given too this module base transistor has a small current at the base to the emitter and transistor in on state.
- The highest gain of transistors is about fifty which finds the amplification fact of devices.
2N3053 Transistor Pinout
- Base: it used to control the transistor-like tap
- Emitter: send the current to pn junction
- Collector: Get the current coming from the emitter
2N3053 Transistor Features
- Its main features are listed here
- The value of collector capacitance is fifteen pico farad almost
- Dissipation at the collector is five-watt
- Base current is fifteen milliampere
- collector current seven milliampere
- Dc gain is fifty
- Its nature is NPN
- The volt between the collector and base is eighty volts.
Importance of the NPN Transistor
Without a transistor, regardless of its power, there is no power. Without power, it is impossible to manufacture electronic devices such as computers, televisions and telephones.
However, all electronic devices require a transistor to function. And in a laptop, for example, the biggest consumer is usually the processor, which is really a small tube amplifier. In other words, without a power supply, a huge amount of current is needed to run a computer or television.
The additional power consumption caused by the processor does not occur until the power is connected to the computer or TV.
The huge current requirements at very high speeds in this case mean the need to constantly turn the processor on and off, which of course results in huge power consumption.
2N3052 Transistor Applications
- Its main applications are listed here
- Used as amplifier
- used as switch
- work as dimmer
- Used for modulation
- Frequency amplifier
That is all about the 2N3052 if you have any further query ask in the comments. See you in the next post have a good day