Replacement transistor

I need to replace an out of production transitor, a J3303/F19 Panasonic with something I can buy. It has 3 leads, not a surface mount. I don't have the know how to choose a suitable replacement. A link to a guide would be helpful.

by maschoen
January 03, 2024

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Answer by Cosertrut

Replacing an out-of-production transistor can be tricky, especially without a deep understanding of electronics. To help you find a suitable replacement for the J3303/F19 Panasonic transistor,I recommend you look at the cross-reference list or equivalent transistor database. Some popular resources include: AllTransistor: NTE Electronics:$all/72BF14B50722ACF285257910007E5A0D?OpenDocument geometry dash world Digi-Key: Mouser Electronics:

Enter the J3303/F19 Panasonic information into the search bar, and the database will suggest replacement options with similar electrical characteristics. Pay attention to parameters like voltage rating, current rating, package type (TO-92, TO-220, etc.), and gain bandwidth. Choose a replacement that matches these specifications as closely as possible.

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by Cosertrut
January 16, 2024

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