How to phisically mount transistor when a non standard symbol is present on a schematics

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Rob777

Joined Aug 10, 2018
3
Hi to everyone,
I'm phisically realizing the circuit shown below but I encounterd some problems:
1) The symbol for the 2N5484 is a non standard symbol, how can I phisically mount the componend on the board ? Simply speaking, I cannot recognize a ECB scheme on the symbol
2) Can I use a 0.5 Watt,4.7 volt zener instead of the 4 volt zener in the scheme ?
3) Can I totally remove the two 1N914 diode in the sustain boost section? (removing also the switch)
4) How can i phisically mount the potentiometers ? They present three connections..
I say thanks to everyone in advance! Have a good day.. 57_1260128683.gif
 

ericgibbs

Joined Jan 29, 2010
10,045
hi Rob,
Welcome to AAC.
The 2N5484 is not a regular BJT transistor it is a N Channel jFET.
Trying two 4.7Vzeners should be OK.
You can remove the two diodes and switch.
I will post sketch of the pot wiring.

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Rob777

Joined Aug 10, 2018
3
thank you ericgibbs.
So, the 2N5484 lower connection which is connected to the 2.2k resistor and to the 0.47uF capacitor is the source. Am I alright ?
 
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