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[DPRG] emitter/collector/base

Subject: [DPRG] emitter/collector/base
From: David Peterson robologist at yahoo.com
Date: Wed Jul 25 00:26:38 CDT 2001

An NTE290A is a PNP audio power transistor, from the specs at
http://www.nteinc.com/specs/200to299/NTE289A.html , not a regulator. I guess
this might be something for the final stage amplification for your stereo.
Regulators normally have their pins labeled input, ground, and output. For
some info about transistors, check out
http://www.botic.com/rutherfordrobotics/electronics/index.html and click the
transistor box from the electronics menu.
David P
----- Original Message -----
>From: "montgomery f. tidwell" <mtidwell at practicalmatters.com>
To: "'DPRGlist'" <DPRGlist at dprg.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2001 9:51 PM
Subject: [DPRG] emitter/collector/base

> Howdy,
> can someone explain (in newbie terms) what these three mean?
> (in relationship to an a1015/nte290a/power regulator??)
> i assume that one is to ground, one is input, and the other is
> output. but which is which?
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