repair broken wire in 2N6308

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  1. mostafa_gordy

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    hi ...
    how to repair broken wire in this 2N6308 Motorola Transistor ?(regular soldering is ok or no?
     
  2. kubeek

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    I think those wires are aluminium, so you will have a very hard time repairing that. Why don´t you just get a new one?
    And as you can see, one learns through his errors :)
     
  3. mostafa_gordy

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    FOR recreation
    you what is think
    ink part number is easy cleareing! by hand sweat?!
    is not fake:confused::eek:
     
  4. kubeek

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    If you´re asking if it´s fake or not, I frankly have no idea. You can try ordering another from farnell or digikey to get something to compare.

    Anyway, for 125W that die looks pretty small, and if the numbers go off very easily, then it might be fake.
     
  5. spinnaker

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    What???

    Time to get a better translator software.
     
  6. absf

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    Transistor Polarity:NPN
    Collector Emitter Voltage V(br)ceo: 350V
    Transition Frequency Typ ft: 5MHz
    Power Dissipation Pd: 125W
    DC Collector Current: 8A
    DC Current Gain hFE: 60
    Transistor Case Style: TO-3
    Collector Emitter Voltage Vces: 5V
    Current Ic Continuous a Max: 8A
    Hfe Min: 3
    Package / Case: TO-3

    Or get a substitute. It costs more than $5 in single quantity in Farnell (element 14).

    Allen
     
  7. mostafa_gordy

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    if repair transistor better for me iam not rich similar to.
    i use 2n6308 for Transistor Ignition !(by Darlington circuit)
    bux15 is substitute 2n6308
    or ......
     
  8. MrChips

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    You cut open a TO-3 can to repair a power transistor?
    That must be the first I have ever heard of.
     
  9. crutschow

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    I'll probably regret asking this, but why would anyone cut open a transistor and then expect to use it? :confused: Transistors are sealed for a reason.

    And no, the wire can't be soldered.
     
  10. bertus

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    Hello,

    NEVER open any transistor, as they MAY contain beryllium oxide, wich is carcinogenic when made to dust.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beryllium_oxide
    Even small amounts that entered the body can lead to death over time.

    Bertus
     
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  11. mostafa_gordy

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    if me connect broken wire = Transistor will working fine ??
     
  12. MrChips

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    Very unlikely. Why was the wire broken? Because you tried to cut the case open.
    The transistor was bad in the first place.
     
  13. nigelwright7557

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    If the wire has fused then the transistor is most likely dead anyway.
     
  14. mostafa_gordy

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    I use in Ignition Circuit (Darlinton mode)
    circuit is false install....
     
  15. mostafa_gordy

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    wire is not melt and silicon chip is looks good (clear ) ...?
     
  16. spinnaker

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    Just because it "looks good" does not mean it is good. It was not designed to be opened. Even if it was working when you opened it, it won't work anymore. At least not for very long. You need to buy a new component. I'm sorry you cannot afford it.
     
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