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Stern Stars - board component question (solved)


By SPeD66

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

Seems transistors are referred to as TIP this & TIP that. What "TIP" number would Q2 on the lamp driver board be?
I can't read the numbers on the transistor in question but all others on the board seem to be one of two models:

GE813 C105Y1 X256
or
GE813 C106Y1 X258

(Photo does not include Q2.)

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#2 5 years ago

That's not a transistor, it is an SCR. Most people use an MCR106 as a replacement. Big Daddy Enterprises and GPE have them.

#3 5 years ago

Well there you go sped66. Stangbat, does scr stand for semiconductor?

#4 5 years ago
Quoted from maestro:

does scr stand for semiconductor?

Silicone controlled rectifier.

LTG : )©

#5 5 years ago

Thank you all very much!

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