BC SMD Code Search. Enter a full or partial SMD code with a minimum of 1 letters or numbers. ↓ Code, Type Designator, Package, Description. 2C_C. Important Notice: This data sheet and its contents (the “Information”) belong to the members of the Premier Farnell group of companies (the. The BC is a general-purpose NPN bipolar junction transistor commonly used in European . i.e. the type numbers are higher by ten. The surface-mount package versions are the BC to BC (and PNP versions: BC to BC) .
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Don’t drill holes unless you want to mount the parts on the other side of board. You can use through-hole parts by cutting their leads short and soldering them end-on to the SMD pads.
It’s only rated for 45V vs 50V, but this shouldn’t be a problem unless your supply voltage is close to the limit.
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It’s smaller power dissipation rating sd be a problem, depending on how much current and voltage it has to handle simultaneously. I can’t suggest an equivalent for the Zener diode because you haven’t provided the part number for the through-hole version.
Anyway, you should probably post your schematic and description of what the circuit is supposed to do. Drilling holes tends to destroy the pads, so don’t try that. Next time you lay out a PCB, you’ll know to choose from the different outlines for b5c48 transistor, and pick one with holes TO rather than pads SOT Thanks BrianDrummond I will take care of this next time. Thanks bruce for the reply. Zener Diode is of 4. Also the Transistors equivalents, that you have suggested, can be fit properly on the pads given for them?
Because as b5c48 into their images, their pins are looking distant as compare to the pads. Otherwise just use an axial lead Zener, and cut and bend the leads under the body. Transistor leads must be bent to line up with the pads not that hard, I do it often when making temporary repairs.
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