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2N5060 SCR: possible to test good and fail under load?


By Alan_L

80 days ago



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#3 80 days ago
Quoted from Alan_L:

is it possible that they will fail in test mode and/or gameplay but pass an out of game diode test?

Yup.

#5 80 days ago

If I even suspect a 5060 that may be misbehaving, I replace it with a 2N5064. More often than not, it solves the problem without going in diagnostic circles.

#8 79 days ago

Is the switch stack supposed to have a stiff blade to help with the spring back action?

#13 79 days ago
Quoted from Billc479:

According to GPE, 2N5060s are obsolete, as are 2N5064s. I guess it’s time to stock up from another source if you can find them.

2N5064's are better to use. They have a higher voltage tolerance (200v) compared to 2N5060 (30v).

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