Cross reference for SS8050 transistor

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  1. sam69

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    Hey everyone,

    I have a transistor broken from a PCB labeled as SS8050 D331. From what i could find, this is the datasheet: http://www.fairchildsemi.com/ds/SS/SS8050.pdf
    I would like to get this repaired asap but when i check the local shops they say they don't have it and cant find a cross for it either. Would any one be able to find me a cross so i could find it locally if possible instead of waiting and paying so much for shipping.

    Thanks
     
  2. wayneh

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    There are some alternatives shown here. Personally, I'd just get used to not relying on local shops. I basically don't have any local shops any more.
     
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  3. sam69

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    Wow thanks. How did i miss that site. So looks like any of this will work: MPS650...651, 2SD1207, 2SD1227, 2SD1331, correct?

    Yeah local shops either don't have the knowledge anymore and they just don't carry all that stock anymore. We do have a very big electronics place locally but the staff is not knowledgeable and they just didn't help. But i figure if i could find a cross then i might just go back in and scan the wall myself and if not i'll just have to order online.
     
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  5. sam69

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  6. sam69

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    Just got back again from local place and no go again so will have to order online. Thanks everyone
     
  7. wayneh

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    They're available at Mouser as well.
     
  8. Willen

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    These transistors are specially used for little high current, Max rated 800mA. There was a 120mA constant current regulator and I used many transistors on that to test its 'heat' passing 120mA current through CE. BC547B are rated Max. 100mA. But I got same heat passing 120mA through BC547B (100mA Max) and got almost same heat using 8050 (800mA). So I think, in most of the circuit, all general purpose transistors would work, except few.
     
  9. dannyf

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    8050 is probably one of the most prevalent RF small signal bjts. A dollar will get you a hundred or so.

    Unless your circuit uses some unique characteristics of the device, any small signal bjts will do.
     
  10. takao21203

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    I have these shipping charge is USD 4 flat no matter how many item.

    I sell 50pcs as item. Transistor kits are available too and can be customized most small transistors have same price.
     
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