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Complementary pair transistors


Guest kilwan
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You said "paired" but I think you mean "matched".
Somebody must test and sort many transistors to make matched pairs.
The test person must be paid a salary (or maybe a robot?).

Matched transistors are expensive so they are rarely used. A circuit is designed with negative feedback that cancels any differences in unmatched transistors.

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Guest claudinemann

There are a lot of online shops for complementary transistors. There are variants in ebay.com that are also available. You might also want to consider reading guidelines for the significance of load cells to transistors and other electronic devices.

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Guest Johnsteave7

There are a lot of online shops for complementary pair transistors. those will be helpful for you. you may be search http://actpcb.com/blog/ for your complementary transistor.
Thanks!!!

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