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File No. 529' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
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Solid State
Division
Power Transistors
2N3441 2N6263 2N6264
40373 40912 40913
JEDEC TO·66
JEDEC T0-66
With Integral Heat Radiator
Hometaxial ne Medium-Power
Silicon N-P-N Transistors
Rugged Devices for Intermediate, Power Applications
in Industrial and Commercial Equipment
Features:
II 2N6264: premium type from 2N3441 family
II Maximum saf..area·of·operation curves for dc and
pulse operation
a High voltage ratings
II Low saturation voltages
a Thermal-cycl,ing rating curves
Applications:
" Series and shunt regulators
" High.fidelityamplifiers
" Power switching circuits
a Solenoid drivers
RCA 2N3441, 2N6263, and 2N6264 are hometaxial·baseD
silicon n·p·n transistors intended for a wide variety of
medium· to·high power, high·voltage applications.
o "Hometaxial" was coined by RCA from "homogenous" and "axia'"
to describe a single-diffused transistor with a base region of
homogeneous-resistivity in the axial direction {emitter-to-collectorl.
Types 40373, 40912, and 40913 are the 2N3441 , 2N6263,
and 2N6264 with factory ..ttached heat-radiators intended
for printed-circuit-board applications.
"Hometaxial n" is a term used to describe RCA's expanded line of
transistors produced by the hometaxial process.
MAXIMUM RATINGS, Absolute-Maximum Values:
2N6263
40912
2N3441
40373
2N6264
40913
·COLLECTOR-TO·BASE VOLTAGE
COLLECTOR·TO·EMITTER
SUSTAINING VOLTAGE:
* With base open •....••..•••.•......•..•....•......................
With external base-to-emitterTesistance (R SE ) = lOOn .................... .
With base reverse·biased (V SE = -1.5 V) ••.. ~ .. _.•.............•........
"EMITTER-TO-BASE VOLTAGE •.•....•..•.•.....•.•••.•...• _. __ . ____ ..
·CONTINUOUS COLLECTOR CURRENT •••.•...••••.••.•.•.••••••••.••.
PEAK COLLECTOR CURRENT •••.•••••••••••••••••.•••.......•..•••..
·CONTINUOUS BASE CURRENT •••••• ' ••••••••••..•••.•••••••.•••...••
TRANSISTOR DISSIPATION:
* At case temperature up to 25°C •..•.••......•..
At ambient temperatures up to 25uC ......•...........................
* At temperatures above 25°C . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
"TEMPERATURE RANGE:
Storage & Operating (Junction) . • . . . . • . • . . . . • • . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . .
·PIN TEMPERATURE (During Solderingl:
At di~tances21/32 in. (0.8 mm) from seating plane for 10 s max.
V CBO 140 160 170 V
VCEO(susl 120
140
VCER(susl 130
150
VCEV(susl 140
160
V EBO
7
IC 3 3
44
IB 2
PT
20 25
(2N62631 (2N34411
5.B 5.B
(409121
(403731
See Figs. 4 & 7 See Figs. 4 & 7
150 V
160 V
170 V
7V
3A
.oj A
2A
50 W
(2N62641
5.B W
(409131
See Figs. 1& 7
- - - - -65 to 200 - - - - °c
235 °c
*In accordance with JEOEC .registratlon data format JS-6 RDF-2
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2N3441,2N6263,2N6264,40373,40912,40913
File No. 529
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS,At Case Temperature ITC} = 25"C, Unless Otherwise Specified
CHARACTERISTIC
SYMBOL
TEST CONOITIONS
VOLTAGE
V de
VCE VBE
CURRENT
A de
IC IB
2N6263
40912
Min. Max.
LIMITS
2N3441
40373
2N6264
40913
Min. Max. Min. Max,
UNITS
Collector-Cutoff Current:
With base open
Collector-Cutoff Current:
With base-emitter
junction reversed
biased
'" Emitter-Cutoff Current
Collector-ta-Emitter
Sustaining Voltage:a
With base open
With external base-to-
emitter resistance
lABEl = lOOn
With base-emitter
junction reversed
biased
'" DC Forward-Current
Transfer Ratio
Collector-ta-Emitter
Saturating Voltage
Base-ta-Emitter Voltage
'" Magnitude of Common-
Emitter, SmaU-5ignal.
Short-Circuit Forward
Current Transfer Ratio
If = 0.4 MHzl
Gain-Bandwidth Product
• Common-Emitter, Small-
Signal, Short-Circuit
Forward Current Transfer
Ratio If = 1 kHz)
Forward-Bias Second
Breakdown Collector
Current. Pulse Duration
'non-repetitive) '" 1 5
Thermal Resistance:
Junction-to-Case
Junction-ta-Ambient
ICED
100
130
140
'CEX
120
140
140
150
ICEX
ITC = 1500CI
lEBO
120
140
140
150
VCEOlsusl
VCER(sus)
-1.5
-".5
-1.5
-1.5
-1.5
-1.5
-1.5
-1.5
-5
-7
05
0
0 100
1 mA
2' '--
5'
0.05'
mA
la'
6'
,.
mA
0.2
O.l b a 120 140 150
0.1 130 150 160 V
VCEV(sus)
hFE
VCElsa,1
VBE
-1.5 0.1
140 160 170
lb 20 60
3b
0.5 b
20 100' 25 100
2.7 b
5
O.Sb 0.05
1.2'
1 b 0.1
0.5' V
2.7 b 0.9
6'
2 1b
1.5'
4 0.5 b
2' 1.7
V
4 2.7 b
6'
ihl.i
IT
hie
'Sib
RO JC
ROJA
4
4
4
4
120
120
120
0.2 8
0.5
0.2 800 800 BOO kHz
0.1 25
25
0.5 15 75
-0.167
.21
0.417 - A
8.751maxJ
2N6263
30 (max.)
40912
71max.l
2N3441
30 (max.)
40373
3,5 (max.)
'2N6264 . °CIW
3OImax.)
40913
-In accordance with JEDEC registration data format (JS-6 ROF-2).
8CAUTION: The sustaining voltage VCEO(SUS). VCER(sus). and VCEV(sus) MUST NOT be measured on a curve tracer.
b These sustaining voltages should be measured by means of the test circuit shown in Fig. t 1.
Pulsed, pulse duration '" ~O ps; duty factor':;; 2 %.
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File No. 529 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2N3441, 2N6263, 2N6264, 40373, 40912,40913
CASE TEMPERATURE (T, ) =25°C
(CURVES MUST BE DERATED LINEARLY
WITH INCREASE IN TEMPERATURE)
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6 8 100
2
4 6 81000
COLLECTOR-TO-EMITTER VOLTAGE (VCE)-V
Fig. 1 - Maximum operating areas for type 2NB264.
92C5-19471
25 50 75 roo 125 150 175 200
CASE TEMPERATURE (Tel - °C
Fig.2 - Current derating curve for all types.
TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
FOR 2N3441. 2N6263 "80 2N6264
Pin 1 - Base
Pin 2 - Emitter
Case, Mounting Flange - Collecto'
4f'-
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"104
4 6 8 105
4 6 8 r06
i'-
NUMBER OF THERMAL CYCLES
9lC$-19517
Fig.3 - Thermal-cycle rating chart for type 2N6264.
TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
FOR 40373,40912,80 40913
Pin 1 - Base
Pin 2 - Emitter
Heat-Radiator - Collector
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2N3441,2N6363,2N6264,40373,40912,40913
CASE TEMPERATURE
=25°C
(CURVES MUST BE DERATED LINEARLY
WITH INCREASE IN TEMPERATURE)
10 "
8
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COLLECTOR -TO-EMITTER VOLTAGE (VCE) - V
Fig.4-Maximum operating areas for type 2N6263 and
2N3441.
92CS-19472
r>< rJ MAX-200-C
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110
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"10' 10" 10·
Nt.NBER OF THERMAL CYCLES
92C5-19501
Fig.5-Thermal-cycle rating chart for type 2N3441.
VTJ~xL2.l0~C
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10"
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10·
NlMIER OF THERMAL CYCLES
92C$-19508
Fig.6- Thermal-cycle rating chart for type 2N6263.
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6.1 41"
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50 100 150 200
CASE OR AMBIENT TEW'ERATURE (ic OR TA,-DC
Fig.7-Dissipation derating curves for all types.
COLLECTOR-TO-EMITTER VOLTAGE (VCE)- 4V
CASE TEMPERATURE (TC)a2S- C
1.2
,!!
:E
'" VI '-0
t=-
t; O.B
8g: 0.'
~
~ 0.'
"'-
'" ,
;;l
~I 0.2
0
•• ... ,2 4
24
4
••10 10
"COLLECTOR CURRENT Ue) - mA
103
92CS-IZE047
Fig.8- Typical gain-bandwidth product for all types,
CASE TEMPERATURE (Tc )·Z5DC
. vcJ.\~'~I iN020U~,,~
z 100
J.Ut!L
1~O''!''
LJ..I.1Lliil>
~"']I 100
'l' I
~~140
j'-..
j'-.. veEoCsu,)
JJ.j'-..
i'
e~
~u'-'
g 139
120
VeER IluIl 2N6263,40912
III III
j'-..
j'-.. Vc;EOClue)
2 4 68 10 2 4 68KJO 2 468 IK 2 •610K 2 • 6 lOOK
E)eTERNAL BASE-TO-EMITTER RESISTANCE (RBE,-a
92C$-19474
Fig.9-Sustaining voltage vs. base-to-emitter resistance for all
types.
BASE-TO-EMITTER VOLTAGE IVeE}-V 9255-3522
Fig.1Q-Reverse-bias SlJCond·breakdown characteristics for
all types.
27Jl
VERT.
GND.
OSCILLOSCOPE
INPUT
(HEWLETT-PACKARD
1308, OR +Vcc
EQUIVALENT) (O-30Y)
HORIZ.
o
IZLS-I741RI
Fig. l1-Circuit used to measure sustaining voltages,
VCEO(sus}, VCER(sus}. and VCEV(sus} for all types.
COI.LEl:T1lR-TO-EMITTERVOLTAGE IVcEI-v
92SS-3214RI
Note: The sustaining voltage, VCEO(sus), VCER(sus), or
or VCEV(sus) is acceptable when the trace falls to the right
and above point "A" for all types. (For values of current and
voltage, see Electrical Characteristics)
Fig. 12-0scilloscope display for measurement of sustaining
voltages (test circuit shown in Fig. 11).
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