J113 JFET specs
- J113 is an N-channel switch JFET transistor device
- Drain to gate voltage (VDG) is 35V
- Gate to source voltage (VGS) is –35V
- Gate to source cutoff voltage (VGS (OFF)) is -0.5 to -3.0V
- Drain gate forward current (IGF) is 50mA
- Power dissipation is (PD) is 625mW
- Zero gate voltage drain current (IDSS) is 2mA
- Junction temperature (TJ) is between -55 to 150℃
- Thermal resistance of the case is 125℃/W
- ON-state resistance (RDS (ON)) is 100Ω
- Low-level analog switching device
- Source & drain are interchangeable
|Pin Number||Pin Name||Description|
|1||Drain||The drain terminal is the current inlet of the JFET device|
|2||Source||In the source, terminal current flows out from the JFET|
|3||Gate||Gate terminal is the trigger for the device|
J113 JFET package
The J113 JFET switching device is a low-power transistor having TO-92 as the package.
TO-92 is a three-terminal semiconductor device package, it is made of epoxy/plastic material which will provide high temperature withstanding capacity within a less weight component covering.
Most of the time TO-92 package is used for general-purpose device, the compactness of the package make it a JFET device used for many small and big applications.
J113 JFET electrical specification and application description
Here in this explanation, we explain the electrical specifications of the J113 JFET device, this description is very useful for a better understanding and helps us with the replacement process.
The voltage specs of the J113 JFET transistor are a drain-to-gate voltage is 35V, a gate-to-source voltage is -35V, and the gate-to-source cutoff voltage value is -0.5 to -3.0V.
The voltage specifications of the J113 JFET transistor show that it is a low-voltage device having many samples and hold circuit applications.
The forward gate current value of the J113 JFET transistor is 50mA, it is the maximum load capacity of the device.
Zero gates voltage drain current
The zero gate voltage drain current value is 2mA, it is current flows when voltage is been zero, and it is a better value as a semiconductor device.
The power dissipation is 625Mw for the J113 transistor, it is the product of voltage and current at the device.
The junction temperature of the J113 transistor is –55 to +150℃.
The J113 JFET has a 100Ω resistance value, it is the semiconductor device resistance.
J113 transistor DATASHEET
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J113 transistor EQUIVALENT
The J113 transistor has equivalent devices such as J111, J112, 2N4416, J201, J203, NTE312, 2N4341, and 2N5457, each of these JFET devices has the same set of electrical specifications which is correct for the replacement process.
The voltage values, on-state resistance value, and PINOUT details is been checked and verified before the replacement process.
J113 transistor equivalent
The MMBFJ113 (SOT-23) SMD transistor is the SMD version device of the J113 transistor, the power dissipation and thermal resistance value of this JFET are different.
J113 vs J201 vs 2N4416
In this table comparison, we listed the electrical specifications of J113, J201, and 2N4416 JFET devices, this comparison is really helpful for the replacement process.
Characteristics J113 J201 2N4416
Drain to gate voltage (VDG) 35V 40V 30V
Gate to source cutoff voltage (VGS(OFF)) -0.5 to -3.0V -0.3 to -1.5V -3 to -6V
Gate to source voltage (VGS) -35V -40V -30V
Gate forward current (IG) 50mA 50mA 10mA
Zero gate voltage drain current (IDSS) 2mA 0.2 to 1.0mA -5 to 15mA
Power dissipation (PD) 625mW 625mW 300mW
Thermal resistance 125℃/W 83.3℃/W -
Junction temperature (TJ) -55 to 150°C -55 to 150°C -65 to 200°C
On-state resistance 100Ω - 150Ω
Package TO-92 TO-92 TO-206AF
J113 JFET graphical characteristics
The figures show the static characteristics of the J113 JFET device, the graph plots with drain current vs drain to source voltage.
At the constant gate to source cutoff voltage, the static curves are been plots at the different gate to source voltage.
The figure shows the on-state vs drain current characteristics of the J113 JFET device.
At the different gates to source cutoff voltage value, the on-state resistance value increases with decreases in voltage value
- Hold and sample circuit applications
- Chopper stabilized amplifier
- Preamp circuit
- High gain amplifier
- Detector circuit
- Analog switching circuit
- Current limiter circuit