Introduction to D13007K
- The D13007K is a power transistor that belongs to the NPN transistor family.
- The three terminals like emitter, base, and collector make this entire device. All these terminals are connected to the external electrical circuit.
- This is a current-controlled device because the small current at one terminal is employed to handle large current at the remaining terminals.
- While MOSFETs are voltage-controlled devices and come with terminals like a drain, source, and gate. The gate plays the same role in MOSFETs as what base plays in bipolar junction transistors.
- The bipolar junction transistors are mainly divided into two types one is PNP transistors and one is NPN transistors.
- Both electrons and holes play a key role in the conductivity of bipolar junction transistors.
- But in the case of PNP transistors holes are responsible for the major part of conductivity carried out inside the device while in the case of NPN transistors electrons play a key role in the overall conductivity inside the transistor.
- PNP transistors are considered less efficient than NPN transistors because electrons are quicker and efficient in the conductivity process compared to holes. The mobility of electrons is far better and quicker than the mobility of holes inside the transistor.
D13007K DatasheetIt is wise to check out the datasheet of the device before incorporating it into your electrical project. The datasheet comes with the main characteristics of the device. Click the link below to download the datasheet of D13007K.
D13007K PinoutThe following figure shows the pinout diagram of D13007K. The D13007K carries three terminals known as: 1: Base 2: Collector 3: Emitter All these terminals carry different doping concentrations. Which leads to the lack of symmetry of this device. The emitter side is highly doped and the collector side is lightly doped. While the collector side is 10-times less doped than the base side.
D13007K Working Principle
- The transistor working principle is straightforward and simple. It all initiates from the base side. When voltage is applied at the base side, it will bias the device, and as a result, the current will start flowing collector to the emitter terminal.
- As this is an NPN transistor so here current flow is carried out from the collector to emitter terminals this is the opposite in the case of PNP transistors.
- When voltage is applied at the base pin in PNP transitory, the current starts flowing from the emitter to the collector terminal.
- As described earlier this bipolar device is not symmetrical. Which means if you interchange both emitter and collector side then both terminals will start working in reverse active mode and the device will stop working in forward active mode.
D13007K Power RatingsThe following table features the absolute maximum ratings of D13007K.
|Absolute Maximum Ratings of D13007K|
|Pin No.||Pin Description||Pin Name|
|7||Operating and storage junction temperature range||-55 to 150C|
- While incorporating this device into your project, make sure the ratings don’t exceed the absolute maximum ratings. Otherwise, it can damage the entire project.
- The junction temperature and storage temperature ranges from -55 to 150C.
- The collector-emitter and collector-base voltages are 400V and 700 respectively. And total power dissipation is 80W which demonstrates the amount of power released during the functioning of this device.
- It is important to note that, don’t apply these ratings more than the required time, else they can affect device reliability.
D13007K ApplicationsD13007K is used in the following applications.
- Used in Bistable and Astable multivibrators circuit.
- Used in voltage regulator circuits.
- Employed to support loads under 12A.
- Used in electronic Ballasts.
- Incorporated in modern electronic circuits.
- Used in high-frequency power transform.
- Used in a common power amplifier.
- Used in energy-saving lights.
- Used in the high switching power supply.