Unijunction transistor

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  1. larrie_babe

    larrie_babe Thread Starter New Member

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    Can anyone help me out, i'm working on a low voltage indicator but in my locality, the specified 2N4891 UJT required in the circuit is not available, pls who knows what else i can use that will work just as a UJT
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    Try a TIS43 or a 2N2646. I think you will have difficulty in finding suitable parts because there is so little demand for them. I never even heard of the folks who make them now.
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