2SD400 transistor electrical specification
- 2SD400 is an NPN silicon transistor device
- Collector to emitter voltage is 25V
- Collector to base voltage is 25V
- Emitter to base voltage is 5V
- Collector current is 1A
- Power dissipation is 9W
- DC current gain is 60 to 560hFE
- Gain Bandwidth transition frequency (FT) is 180MHz
- Junction temperature & operating temperature is between -55 to +150℃
- Collector to emitter saturation voltage (VCE (SAT)) is3V
- Output capacitance is 15pF
- Low-frequency power amplifier device
|Pin Number||Pin Name||Description|
|1||Emitter||Current flows through the emitter terminal|
|2||Collector||Current flows through the collector|
|3||Base||Base terminal is the trigger for the transistor|
2SD400 transistor package
The D400 is a low-frequency transistor device had a TO-92 package, it is a three-terminal device which is made of epoxy/plastic material, which will provide higher temperature capacity and compactness as an electronic component.
D400 electrical specification & application description
In this section we try to explain the electrical specifications of the 2SD400 transistor, this explanation is useful for a better understanding of this device.
The terminal voltage specs of the 2SD400 transistor are collector to emitter voltage is 25V, collector to base voltage is 25V, and emitter to base voltage is 5V, these voltage specifications of the device show it is a low voltage device.
The collector-to-emitter saturation voltage is 0.3V, this voltage specs show the switching value.
The collector current value of the 2SD400 transistor is 1A, the current value indicates the load capacity of the device.
The power dissipation value of the 2SD400 transistor is 0.9W, the dissipation ability is mainly dependent on the device package.
Current gain specs
The DC current gain value of the 2SD400 transistor is 60 to 560Hfe, the gain value is mainly applicable for amplifier applications.
Transition frequency specs
The transition frequency of the D400 transistor is 180MHz, it is the maximum frequency value of the circuit.
Junction temperature/ storage temperature
The junction temperature or storage temperature is -50 to 150℃, it is the maximum heat capacity of the device.
The output capacitance value of the 2SD400 transistor is 15Pf.
2SD400 transistor DATASHEET
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2SD400 transistor equivalent
The transistors such as BD201, BD239, BD301, 2SD2206, 2SC3207, 2SC4781, 2SD2213, 2SD1984 and 2SD2206A, these are the equivalent devices of 2SD400 transistor.
The electrical specifications of these transistors are equivalent to the device and we can easily replace them at circuits.
2SD400 transistor complementary
The 2SD400 NPN transistor has a 2SB544 PNP complementary transistor device, and each of them has the same set of electrical specifications.
2SD400 vs BD201 vs 2SD2206
In the table below, we listed the electrical specifications of 2SD400, BD201, and 2SD2206 transistors, this comparison is really useful for a better understanding.
|Collector to base voltage (VCB)||25V||60V||100V|
|Collector to emitter voltage (VCE)||25V||45V||100V|
|Emitter to base voltage (VEB)||5V||5V||8V|
|Collector to emitter saturation voltage (VCE (SAT))||0.3V||1V to 1.5v||1.5V|
|Collector current (IC)||1A||8A||2A|
|Junction temperature & operating temperature (TJ)||-55 to 150°C||-65 to +150°C||-55 to +150°C|
|Transition frequency (FT)||180MHZ||7MHz||100MHz|
|Gain (hFE)||60 to 560hFE||30hFE||2000hFE|
Applications of D400 transistor
- The low-frequency amplifier circuit
- Speed control circuit
- Radiofrequency amplifier circuit
Graphical representation of 2SD400 transistor
The figure shows the output characteristics of the 2SD400 transistor plots with collector current vs collector to emitter voltage.
At each base current value, the collector current increases with respect to the collector-to-emitter voltage.
At higher base current values, the collector current is at its highest.
The figure shows the characteristic curve of the 2SD400 transistor, the graph plots with DC current gain vs collector current.
At a constant voltage value and different temperature values, the gain value increases and becomes constant.