TIP35C ???

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  1. R!f@@

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    I am confused....???:confused:

    Is TIP35C a darlington ?? The data I have says NO! :D
    This I wanna Buy. :rolleyes: I do not want darlingtons.
    But this says it a darlington.. o_O

    So what is it ???? :mad:
     
  2. OBW0549

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    Instead of taking the word of some doofus on Ebay, why don't you just Google "TIP35C" and look at the manufacturer's data sheet? It's not a darlington.
     
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  3. R!f@@

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    My datasheet says it is not a darlington.
    I was searching on Aliexpress and Ebay and both sites most seller is saying darlington. So I thought I ask around before buying.
    Thanks though.
     
  4. MaxHeadRoom

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    Even if you don't buy from Digikey, their search when found also includes the PDF which avoids many of the surplus supply houses coming up when looking for a semi PDF.
    It shows the TIP35C as a complementary to TIP36C PNP.
    Max.
     
  5. dl324

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    Another chance to say "you can't believe everything you read on the internet".:rolleyes:
     
  6. bertus

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    Hello,

    The first site has a very wierd description for the TIP:
    • Model Number: TIP35C
    • Type: Voltage Regulator
    • Condition: New
    • Supply Voltage: International standard
    • Dissipation Power: International standard
    • Operating Temperature: International standard
    • Brand Name: new
    • is_customized: Yes
    • Application: pcb
    Asif the transistor is a voltage regulator.
    Also the line International Standard also tells you nothing about the part.

    The second site tells no specs at all.

    If you want the specs of a part, always try to locate a manufacturers datasheet.

    Bertus
     
  7. R!f@@

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    I have the Datasheet, from that I was searching for the part. But the more I looked the more confused I got.
    Any ways I already bought that part since it is not a darling....
     
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  9. Techno Tronix

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    It is a 100v NPN bipolar power transister, designed for general purpose power amplifier and switching applications.
     
  10. DickCappels

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    It is likely that many of the merchants selling electronic components and small assemblies on eBay and Amazon do not have any understanding of what they are selling. They appear to throw in many buzz words that might seem relevant, especially if that buzz word was used by a competitor. "If their transistor features Darlington then all of ours will too!"
     
  11. R!f@@

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    Well guess what ?
    I bought by looking at the picture from another seller cause it was a bit cheap.
    Just in case I msg him saying to send exactly as the picture. He replied now he have these and shows a picture of a fake type.
    fake.jpg
    Bummer..! I yelled at him and warned him to report to Ali express if he is showing misleading listings.
    I guess I will have to cancel and by from the original one I showed in post #1.
    But before buying I msg him to confirm his item is as shown in the picture
     
  12. R!f@@

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    Umm ! I am confused.
    How did this thread belong to Analog-and-mixed-signal-design-forum ?
    Isn't this just a general electronic related chatting ??

    Just thinking out loud why it was moved ?
     
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