What is TIP41C?
It is a type of NPN bipolar junction transistor (BJT) designed for use in high-power switching and amplifier applications. It has a maximum collector current rating of 6 amperes and a maximum collector-emitter voltage rating of 100 volts.
The Part Number is TIP41C. The package is TO-220C type.
The function of this semiconductor is NPN Silicon Epitaxial Power Transistor.
The manufacturer of this part is Thinki Semiconductor.
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Advantages Vs Disadvantages
1. High power handling capability
2. Low cost compared to other power transistors
3. Available in a commonly used TO-220 package
4. Easy to use with standard BJT circuit designs
1. Limited current gain compared to other power transistors
2. Slow switching speed limits its use in high-frequency applications
3. Requires a heatsink to dissipate heat generated during operation
4. Limited maximum voltage rating compared to some other power transistors
Absolute maximum ratings ( Ta=25°C )
1. Collector to Base Voltage : Vcbo = 100 V
2. Collector to Emitter Voltage : Vceo = 100 V
3. Emitter to Base Voltage : Vebo = 5 V
4. Collector Current : Ic = 6 A
5. Total Dissipation : Pc = 2 W
6. Junction Temperature : Tj = 150°C
7. Storage Temperatue : Tsg = -55 ~ +150°C
1. Medium Power Linear Switching
1. TIP42C: Complementary PNP transistor
2. MJE3055: Similar NPN power transistor with higher maximum current and voltage ratings
3. 2N3055: Another widely used NPN power transistor with a higher current rating than TIP41C