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BFN22R NPN Transistor

The BFN22R is a bipolar junction transistor (BJT) with an NPN-type configuration. That means the BFN22R transistor has a positively charged layer between two negatively charged layers. This transistor has three terminals Base, Collector, and Emitter.

The BFN22R transistor symbol shows an arrow from the base into the emitter. This means that the current flows from collector terminal to emitter terminal.

Circuit diagram symbol of the BFN22R transistor as follows.

Circuit diagram symbol of the BFN22R transistor

BFN22R Transistor Specification

Transistor Code BFN22R
Transistor Type BJT
Transistor Polarity NPN
Transistor Material Silicon(SI)
Package SOT23
Collector Power Dissipation (Maximum) PC 0.15W
Collector-Base Voltage (Maximum) VCB 250V
Collector-Emitter Voltage (Maximum) VCE 250V
Collector Current (Maximum) IC 0.02A
Operating Junction Temperature (Maximum) TJ 150°C
Emitter-Base Voltage (Maximum) VEB 5V
Forward Current Transfer Ratio (hFE Value) 50
Transition Frequency FT 60MHz
Collector Capacitance CC 1.6pF

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