Surface Mount

For normal (through-hole) transistors, go to our Transistor Data page.
Here are some links to data-bases on the web:
Philips SM transistor markings

Transistor Database

SMD Markings - very large database
Philips SM transistor markings



Here are the most common pinouts for transistors:

DESIGNING WITH SM
It all depends on the type of circuit you are going to design, but if you want the final result to look really professional and up-to-date, I recommend using SURFACE MOUNT technology. 
You don't have to make the whole project SM. You can combine SM with through-hole components, as some items are not available (or not suitable) in SM form. You may want to use chips that can be inserted and removed (such as microcontroller chips) or air spaced coils (for high frequency oscillators) or a potentiometer with a knob. 
Even a combination of components looks very neat and if you buy your components from Talking Electronics, you can produce very low-cost prototypes. 
When it comes to production costs, SM becomes the cheaper alternative when very large quantities are ordered. 
In the meantime, you can start with TE surface-mount prototyping boards and develop your skills in this area. 
The following SM prototyping boards are available and these are mainly designed for SM IC's. See below for PC board prices. You simply cannot design a circuit around a chip that only comes in surface-mount, without a designer board. The pin spacing does not fit any other prototyping boards and you cannot solder to the pins without placing the chip on a board. 
Some chips come in both surface-mount and standard pin spacing. You have to be careful, sometimes the surface-mount variety behaves differently. We found this to be the case with the CD 40106 Schmitt trigger IC. 

There are 5 boards in the set: 8 pin, 14 pin, 16 pin, 20 pin & 28 pin
         - only 4 boards are shown:
(the boards are considerably smaller than
              shown here - the pin spacing is 20  pins per inch for DIL TYPES! The normal 
               spacing is 10 pins per inch.)



Our latest Designer Board accepts
SM transistors and diodes as well
as resistors and capacitors.

A transistor and diode connected to
the Designer Board
Surface Mount Outlines

Standard components can be placed around the SM chip and all the parts are placed on the track-side of the board. This saves turning the board over during development. 
The layout is called "birds nest" or "rats nest" and although it doesn't look tidy, it's the only way to experiment as each item can be fitted, removed and tested without turning the board over and losing your concentration. 
Once you get the circuit working you can tidy up the layout and reduce the size of the board. 
When it comes to SM, the board is considerably smaller than a conventional design and it is cheaper to produce as it does not require drilling. The 28 pin board can take an 8 pin and 14 or 16 pin. 
When loading the boards by hand, SM assembly time is about the same as conventional assembly and most of our assemblers prefer SM as they can line-up 20 to 50 boards and fit one component at a time with tweezers, without having to turn the boards over. 
 Once you master the 3-Step process of soldering SM, you will want to design everything in this medium.

SOLDERING SURFACE MOUNT DEVICES
Surface mount devices are much smaller than normal through-hole components and are mainly designed for automatic placement (by robots) onto specially designed PC boards.
These PC boards allow for very quick soldering via a method called re-flow, in which the solder on the board is sufficient to make the solder connection on each of the pins of the surface mount device.
The devices are placed on the board and held in position with glue and when the board is exposed to high temperature air, the solder on each of the lands is melted and forms a bond with the leads of the component.
Another method of soldering surface-mount devices uses a shallow bath of molten solder. The parts are glued in place and the board is turned over and placed above the solder and a wave is created that just touches the board and at the same time deposits a small amount of solder on each of the lands.
Surface-mount components are designed to withstand a 10 second immersion during the soldering process.
The point of this explanation is to let you know that the temperature of the solder bath is strictly controlled and the solder-time is kept to a minimum.
The average hobbyist will not be able to solder at this low temperature and thus the solder-time must be kept as short as possible.

To solder SM, you need three items. 
1. A very fine-tipped soldering iron with adjustable temperature. 
2. A set of fine tweezers. 
3. Fine solder - and I mean really fine solder!
You may also need a magnifying glass (magnifying lamp) to help with placement, soldering and inspection. 

IDENTIFYING SM RESISTORS
Most of the 5% SM resistors conform to a 3-digit code. But some suppliers are using the 4 digit code (see 4-digit code below)


A 3-digit and 4-digit 330k SM resistor

The first two digits represent the two digits in the answer. The third digit represents the number of zero's you must place after the two digits. The answer will be OHMS. For example: 334 is written 33 0 000. This is written 330,000 ohms. The comma can be replaced by the letter "k". The final answer is: 330k.
222 = 22 00 = 2,200 = 2k2 
473 = 47 000  = 47,000 = 47k
105 = 10 00000 = 1,000,000 = 1M = one million ohms
There is one trick you have to remember. Resistances less than 100 ohms are written: 100, 220, 470. These are 10 and NO zero's = 10 ohms = 10R 
or 22 and no zero's = 22R  or 47 and no zero's = 47R.  Sometimes the resistor is marked: 10,   22 and 47 to prevent a mistake. (This is also done on ceramic capacitors - not SM caps)

THE COMPLETE RANGE OF SM RESISTOR
MARKINGS

Click to see the complete range of SM resistor markings for 3-digit code: 

Click to see the complete range of SM resistor markings for 4-digit code: 

SM CAPACITORS
Most SM capacitors are not identified in any way and the SIZE OF THE COMPONENTS DOES NOT indicate the capacitance as each capacitor has a different number of layers. A 22n can be smaller than 1n due to the layers and the voltage rating. There is also a number of different sizes for SM capacitors.
The only way to "read" the value is via a capacitance meter. Always keep chip capacitors in their "carrier" until required. 
Some manufacturers have a 3 digit code such as a letter to indicate the origin of the component, a letter to represent the two digits in the capacitance (A=10, B=12 C=15 D=18 etc) and the third digit is the multiplier. The answer is given in pF (puff).



SM TANTALUMS AND ELECTROLYTICS
SM tantalums are marked in "n"  "n" means nanofarad. (One thousand nanofarad = 1 microfarad.) 


A 10u tantalum. The black line indicates the positive end.

A simple way to to remember nanofarad is via the following:
0.001u = 1n  Therefore: 0.01u = 10n   and   0.1u = 100n (this is needed when you are dealing with standard ceramic capacitors)

105 = 1u  = 1 microfarad
106 = 10u
107 = 100u

Here is the list of tantalum values: Tantalums come in 16v,  35v and 63v
105 = 1u
225 = 2u2
475 = 4u7
106 = 10u
226 = 22u
476 = 47u
107 = 100u
227 = 220u

Electrolytics are marked in the conventional way:
1/16 = 1u  16 volt working
22/25 = 22u 25 volt working
100/6 = 100u 6 volt working

SOLDERING SURFACE MOUNT 
COMPONENTS:

1: Tin the land on the PC board with a hot soldering iron and leave a thin layer of solder covering the land. Make sure you do not leave any "lumps" as this will prevent the component sitting neatly on the board. This especially applies to "IC's" as one leg on a bump will prevent the other legs touching the board. 

2: The diagram opposite shows the pads smoothly covered with FRESH solder. Fresh solder will have a small amount of flux on the surface and this is very important as it will clean the under-side of the lead of the surface-mount component and you will be able to solder the underside too.  

3: Place the component on the board with fine tweezers and align it with the pads. If you don't have fine tweezers, a dot of blu-tack on a opened-out paper clip will allow you to lift the component from the work bench to the position on the board.   

4: Place the tweezers on the top of the component and hold it in place. 
Alternatively use the other end of the paper-clip to hold the component in place. Don't allow the blu-tack to get hot or it will poison the tip of the iron. 
5: Solder the first connection by touching the iron on the land and the resistor. Use the small amount of solder on the land to make a temporary connection. 
6: After the first connection has cooled down, solder the other end of the component. Do not push the component or try to move it as this will break the metallic "cap" on the end of the component, from the ceramic substrate. Or it can produce a "dry" or "intermittent" fault.
7: Resolder the end of the resistor which was partially soldered.  Remove the iron and allow the joint to cool. If it takes more than a second, you know the soldering iron is too hot!
Don't try soldering semi-conductors with an iron this hot as they will be damaged!
8: The surface mount resistor, capacitor or electrolytic is now soldered to the Printed Circuit Board.
 
9: Examine all joints carefully with a magnifying glass to make sure the solder has made a good connection.
You can see if it is a good connection, by the shiny surface and the lack of "spikes" or "dags" or solder. 
Soldering a transistor is more difficult as it is smaller than a resistor and much more temperature sensitive. You must be very quick and wait for the transistor to cool down between each lead connection.
Fault-1: This component does not have enough solder. The dob of glue in the centre of the component is the only thing holding it onto the PC board. 
Fault-2: This component is correctly soldered. It looks messy but the shiny solder and the curve of the solder indicates the component is soldered correctly. 
Fault-3: This component has too much solder.  Adding too much solder like this could result in damaging a transistor or diode, as they are very heat-sensitive. 
This diagram shows an ideal amount of solder holding the component in position.  

SPEED
Speed is the essence when soldering surface-mount components especially semiconductors. All SM components will withstand immersion in hot solder for 10 seconds but this is because the solder is kept at the lowest temperature possible. Most soldering irons are much hotter than this and so your soldering time must be kept as short as possible. 
After a small amount of practice, you will find SM assembly the smartest way to go and many Talking Electronics projects are partially or fully surface mount. 

Three Projects using surface mount components are:
Phone Ring - a demonstration SM project
Voyager - FM Bug
Infinity Bug - listen to room conversation after the phone has been "placed on the hook."

TESTING SM TRANSISTORS
Surface-Mount transistors are tested in exactly the same way as conventional transistors - except their small size makes them physically more difficult to test.
Here are some additional notes for surface mount types:
All surface mount transistor cases (styles) are the same - as shown below - and have the same pin-out. The only difference is the size. This makes working with them easy. The pin-out corresponds exactly to the NPN circuit-symbol. Each lead is in the same relative position. 

More on testing surface mount transistors can be found in our Basic Electronics Course, Page 68.

Although Surface Mount Transistors are not strictly "Chips," they look like "chips" and since these have the word "chip" in their definition, I have decided to include them in this Data Book.
The list is very big and only a short-form of the most common types have been listed here. The full version can be found on the internet: HERE.
You will need to be connected to the web to download the pages.
Identifying Surface Mount Transistors is very difficult as their size is extremely small and the letters and numbers are very difficult to read. The same letters and numbers can be used for different types, depending on the manufacturer and the size of the device - so it's very complex.

SURFACE MOUNT COMPONENTS
Talking Electronics has packs of components available for the hobbyist and repairman. The following packs are available:

SURFACE MOUNT RESISTOR PACK consists of 1 off each standard value 
10 ohms to 1M & 2M2 (60 resistors) 
A$14.20    US$12.00
including pack and post

SURFACE MOUNT CAPACITOR PACK consists of:
2 - 10p   5 - 47p  5 - 100p  5 - 470p  5 - 1n  5 - 10n   5 - 22n   5 - 100n 
5 - 1u 16v electrolytic    5 - 10u 16v electrolytic  
5 - 10u 25v electrolytic  5 - 47u 16v electrolytic 
(60 components)    
A$23.80    US$21.00
including pack and post

SURFACE MOUNT DIODE PACK consists of:
5 - 1N 4148 (marked as "A6") 
A$10.00     US$8.00  including pack and post

SURFACE MOUNT TRANSISTOR PACK consists of:
5 - BC 848 (marked as "1K") 
A$10.00     US$8.00  including pack and post

SURFACE MOUNT PC BOARDS:
A pack of 5 different surface mount PC boards for prototyping. These are specially designed to take surface-mount IC's and the surrounding components are conventional devices. 
A$9.15      US$7.70  including pack and post

SURFACE MOUNT SOLDERING KIT:
This kit is designed to teach surface-mount soldering skills. It is a do-nothing soldering kit containing:  5 resistors, 5 capacitors, 
5 electrolytics, an 8 pin IC, 14 pin IC, a length of fine (0.71mm) solder 
and a 28 pin SM PC board or 8 and: 14, 16 or 20 pin PC board.  
A$14.50      US$12.00  including pack and post

 

* = SOT 23 
# = SOT 323
+ = SOT 89
EM3: L=1.6mm W=1.6mm
UMT: L=2mm W=2.1mm
SC70: L=2mm W=2.1mm
SMT: L=2.9mm W=2.9mm
SOT-23: L=2.9mm W=2.9mm
SOT-89: L=1.6mm W=1.6mm
SOT-323: L=2mm W=2.1mm


'R' indicates reverse leads 

Marking
Code:
Type
Number:

1
1A
1A
1B
1BR
1D
1D
1E
1ER
1F
1FR
1G
1GR
1H
1J
1JR
1K
1KR
1L
1LR
1M
1P
1S
1V
1W
1X
1Y
2A
2B
2BR
2C
2CR
2D
2F
2F
2FR
2G
2GR
02
0A
03
04
05
06
09
12
13
14
15
16
19
1B
1C
1C
1D
1D
1E
1L
1M
1T
22
23
24
25
26
29
2X
303
310
304
302
331
332
33
335
336
337
338
351
352
355
356
357
358
35
3A
3AR
3B
3BR
3D
3E
3E
3ER
3F
3FR
3G
3GR
3J
3JR
3K
3KR
3L
3LR
3R
3S
43
45
4A
4AR
4B
4BR
4C
4CR
4E
4ER
4F
4FR
4G
4GR
41A
44
458
489
491
493
52
53
54
5A
5AR
5B
5BR
5C
5CR
5D
5E
5ER
5F
5FR
5G
5GR
5H
558
589
591
593
605
610
62
63
64
69
6A
6AR
6B
6BR
6C
6CR
6E
6ER
6F
6FR
6G
6GR
605
610
617
618
619
702
702
717
718
720
72
74
74
76
84
86
9A
91
93
94
95
96
99
111
113
121
123
132
142
156
166
179
183
A
A
A
A1
A0
A1
A11
A13
A14
A15
A2
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A51
A61
A81
A82
A91
A
AB*
AB+
AC
AC
AC
AC*
AC+
AD
AD
AD
AD*
AD+
AE
AE
AF
AF
AG
AH*
AH+
AH
AJ
AJ*
AJ+
AJ
AK
AK*
AK+
AL
AL
AM
AM
AN
AP
AQ
AR1
AR2
AR3
AR4
AS1
AS2
AS3
AT1
AT2
AT
B
B
B
B0
B0
B2
B2
B4
B4
B5
B5
B8
BA
BA*
BA+
BB*
BB+
BB
BC*
BC+
BD*
BD+
BD
BD
BD
BE
BF
BF
BF
BG*
BG+
BH*
BH+
BH
BH
BJ*
BJ+
BJ
BJ
BK*
BK+
BL
BL
BM
BM
BM
BR1
BR2
BR3
BR4
BS1
BS2
BS3
BT1
BT2
C
C
C1
C2
C2
C4
C5
C7
C77
C8
C9
C91
CA
CA
CA
CAC
CB
CB
CE
CEC
D
D)
D0
D1
D2
D20
D3
D3E
D4
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D58
D63
D76
D77
D81
D91
D94
D95
D96
DA
DA5
DB
DB1
DB2
DC
DF
DH
E
E1
E2*
E2#
E4
E4
E6
E11
E13
E15
E16
E21
E23
E32
E42
E56
E66
E79
E89
E92
E93
E94
E97
EC
ED
EE
EF
EF
EG
F
F
F
F0
F1
F2
F2
F02
F03
F3
F04
F4
F4
F5
F07
F8
F11
F12
F13
F14
F21
F22
F23
F24
F31
F52
F62
FA
FB
FD
FF*
FF+
FR
G
G0
G1
G1K
G1L
G2
G2
G3
G3C
G3F
G3K
G4
G4C
G5
G6
G7
G8
G08
G9
G11
G21
G81
G98
GF1
GT1
GU1
H
H1
H
H02
H2
H3
H03
H31
H4
H04
H5
H7
H07
H27
H71
I
J
J
J
JP
JS
JV
JY)
K1
K2
K3
K3B
K4B
K4
K5
K7
K8
K9
K14
K15
K16
K19
K24
K25
K26
K29
K31
K71
K81
K91
KM
KN
KO
L
L4
L14
L20
L21
L22
L24
L30
L41
L42
L43
L44
L51
LM
LN
M*
M+
M
M
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M31
M32
M62
M63
M64
M65
M66
M67
M74
M8
M84
M85*
M86
M87
M89
M90
M91
M92
M94
M96
M97
M98
MC
MF
ML
MR
MY
MZ
N0
N1
N1*
N2
N28
N29
N3
N30
N33
N36
N37
N38
N39
N4*
N4#
N4
N6#
N70
N71
N72
N73
NC
ND
OA
P0
P1*
P2#
P3
P4
P5
P8A
R
R
R1
R2
R4
R5
S
S
S
S
S1
S2
S6
S7
S8
S9
SA
SAs
SDs
SP
SRs
SS
sSG
T
T
T
T0
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T8
T9
T71
T81
T91
T92
T93
U
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
U7
U8
U81
U9
U91
U92
U93
UB
V2
V3
V4
W
W1
W4
X1
X4
Y
Y
ZA

2SC3722K
BC846A
MMBT3904 (Fair)
BC846B
BC846AR
BC846
MMBTA42 (Fair)
BC847A
BC847AR
BC847B
BC847BR
BC847C
BC847CR
BC847
BC848A
BC848AR
BC848B
BC848BR
BC848C
BC848CR
BC848
MMBT222A (Fair)
MMBT2369A (Fair)
BF820
BF821
BF822
BF823
MMBT3906 (Fair)
BC849B
BC849BR
BC849C
BC849CR
MMBTA92 (FAIR)
BC850B
MMBT2907A (Fair)
BC850BR
BC850C
BC850CR
BST82
DTC125TK  (SMT)
DTC143TKA
DTC114TKA
DTC124TKA
DTC144TKA
DTC115TKA
DTA123EKA
DTA143EKA
DTA114EKA
DTA124EKA
DTA114EKA
DTA115EKA
IRLML2803
IRLML6302
2SC4082  (UMT)
IRLML5103
2SC4083  (UMT)
2SC4084  (UMT)
2SC4103  (UMT)
2SC4128  (UMT)
2SC4773  (UMT)
DTC123EKA
DTC143EKA
DTC114EKA
DTC124EKA
DTC144EKA
DTC115EKA
MMBT4401 (Fair)
FDV303N
FDV301N
FDV304P
FDV302P
NDS331N
NDS332P
DTA143XKA
NDS335N
NDS336P
FDN337N
FDN338P
NDS351N
NDS352P
NDS355N
NDS356P
FDN357N
FDN358P
DTA124XKA
BC856A
BC856AR
BC856B
BC856BR
BC856
BC857A
FMMTA42 (ZETex)
BC857AR
BC857B
BC857BR
BC857C
BC857CR
BC858A
BC858AR
BC858B
BC858BR
BC858C
BC858CR
MMBT5771 (Fair)
MMBT5551 (Fair)
DTC143XKA
DTC124XKA
BC859A
BC859AR
BC859B
BC859BR
BC859C
BC859CR
BC860A
BC860AR
BC860B
BC860BR
BC860C
BC860CR
FMMT491A (ZET)
BAS40-04 (SIE)
FMMT458 (ZET)
FMMT489 (ZET)
FMMT491 (ZET)
FMMT493 (ZET)
DTA123YKA
DTA143YKA
DTA114YKA
BC807-16
BC807-16R
BC807-25
BC807-25R
BC807-40
BC807-40R
MMBD914 (Fair)
BC808-16
BC808-16R
BC808-25
BC808-25R
BC808-40
BC808-40R
MMBD4148 (Fair)
FMMT558 (ZET)
FMMT589 (ZET)
FMMT591 (ZET)
FMMT593 (ZET)
NDS0605
NDS0610
DTC123YKA
DTC143YKA
DTC114YKA
DTC115TE  (EM3)
BC817-16
BC817-16R
BC817-25
BC817-25R
BC817-40
BC817-40R
BC818-16
BC818-16R
BC818-25
BC818-25R
BC818-40
BC818-40R
NDS0605
NDS0610
FMMT617 (ZET)
FMMT618 (ZET)
FMMT619 (ZET)
2N7002
2N7002LT1
FMMT717 (ZET)
FMMT718 (ZET)
FMMT720 (ZET)
2N7002
BAS70-04 (SIE)
DTA114WKA
DTA144WKA
DTC114WKA
DTC144WKA
DTA125TK
DTA113TKA
DTA143TKA
DTA114TKA
DTA124TKA
DTA144TKA
DTA115TKA
DTA113ZUA  (UMT)
DTA143ZUA  (UMT)
DTC113ZUA  (UMT)
DTC143ZUA  (UMT)
DTA123JUA  (UMT)
DTC123JUA  (UMT)
DTA144VUA (UMT)
DTC144VUA (UMT)
DAT115UU  (UMT)
DTC115UU  (UMT)
2SC4618  (EM3)
2SC4098  (UMT)
2SC2413K  (SMT)
SS355 (ROHM)
HSMS-2800 (HP)
BAW56
MMBD1501A (Fair)
MMBD1503A (Fair)
MMBD1504A (Fair)
MMBD1505A (Fair)
BAT18
HSMS-2802 (HP)
BAT17
BAV70
BRY61
BRY62
BAS16
BAS28
BAV99
BASl9
BAS20
BAS21
BAS17
2SC2413K
BCW60B
BCX51-6
2SC3837K
2SC4725  (EM3)
2SC3837K  (SMT)
BCW60C
BCX51-10
2SC3838K
2SC4726  (EM3)
2SC3838K  (SMT)
BCW60D
BCX51-16
2SC3839K
BCX52
BCX52-6
2SD1781K
BCX70G
BCX70H
BCX53
2SB1197K
2SD1782K
BCX70J
BCX53-6
BCX70JLT1 (Mot)
2SB1198K
BCX70K
BCX53-10
BCX53-16
2SC3802K
BCX52-16
2SC4018K
2SC4061K
2SC4074K
2SB0151K
BSR40
BSR41
BSR42
BSR43
BST50
BST51
BST52
BST39
BST40
2SC4326K
2SC2412K
2SC4617  (EM3)
2SC4081  (UMT)
HSMS-2810 (HP)
BC847
BSV52
HSMS-2812 (HP)
BSV52R
HSMS-2814 (HP)
BSR12
HSMS-2815 (HP)
BSR12R
DAN217K (ROHM)
BCW61A
BCX54
BCW61B
BCX54-6
2SD2114K
BCW61C
BCX54-10
BCW61D
BCX54-16
2SA1821  (EM3)
2SA1808  (UMT)
2SA1733K
BCX55
2SC4723  (UMT)
BCX55-6
2SC4642K
BCX71G
BCX55-10
BCX71H
BCX56
2SC4699K
2SC4700  (UMT)
BCX71J
BCX56-6
2SD2226K
2SD2351  (UMT)
BCX71K
BCX56-10
BCX56-16
2SC4771K or 2
2SC4713K
BCX55-16
2SC4774  (UMT)
BSR30
BSR31
BSR32
BSR33
BST60
BST61
BST62
BST15
BST16
2SC2411K
2SC4097  (UMT)
BCW29
BCW30
HSMS-2822 (HP)
BCW29R
BCW30R
BCF29
BCF29R
BCF30
BCF30R
BCV62
BCX68
2SA1885  (EM3)
2SA1886  (UMT)
BC868
2SC4997  (EM3)
2SC4998  (UMT)
BCX69
BC869
1SS376 (ROHM) 2SA1037AKLS
HSMP-3800 (HP)
BCW31
BCW32
HSMP-3802 (HP)
BCW33
RB411D (ROHM)
BCW31R
HSMP-3804 (HP)
BCW32R
BCW33R
BCF32
BCF33
FLLD258 (ZET)
FLLD263 (ZET)
BAR18 (ST)
BCF32R
BCF33R
BCV61
BAR42 (ST)
BAR43 (ST)
BAS70-04 (ST)
BF622
BAR43S (ST)
BF623
BAR43A (ST)
BAR43C (ST)
BF620
BF621
BCW68GLT1 (Mot)
1SS380 (ROHM)
BFS17
BFS17A
BF547W
BFS17R
HSMP-3814 (HP)
BFG17A
DTA113ZKA
DTA143ZKA
BF747
BF547
DTC113ZKA
DTC143ZKA
DTA123JKA
DTC123JKA
DTA144VKA
DTC144VKA
DTA115UK
DTC115UK
DTB123TK
DTB142TK
DTB114TK
DTB163TK
BCW65C (Fair)
BCV28
BCV48
BCV29
BCW66GLT1(Mot)
BCV49
2SA1037AK
2SA1774  (EM3)
2SA1576A  (UMT)
HSMP-3820 (HP)
BFS18
BFS19
HSMP-3822 (HP)
DTD123TK
DTB143TK
BF840
DTD114TK
BFS18R
HSMP-3824 (HP)
BFS19R
DTD163TK
BF824
DTB113EK
DTB123EK
DTB143EK
DTB114EK
DTD113EK
DTD123EK
DTD143EK
DTD114EK
BF841
DTB123YK
DTD123YK
BFQ17
BFQ19
BCV26
BCV27
BFO18A
BC857
2SA1455K
HSMP-3890 (HP)
BFS20
BC848B (ROHM)
BC848C (ROHM)
BF550
HSMP-3892 (HP)
BF536
DTB122JK
BC857B (ROHM)
BC858B (ROHM)
BFS20R
DTD122JK
BF550R
BF569
BF579
BF660
DTD133HK
BF767
DTB113ZK
DTD113ZK
BF660R
DTB133HK
BC847B (ROHM)
BCX17 (ROHM)
BCX19 (ROHM)
2SA1036K
BCW69
2SA1577  (UMT)
DTC323TK
BCW70
BCW89
DTC343TK
BCW89R
DTC314TK
BCW69R
BCW70R
BCF70
DTC363TK
DTC363EK
BCF70R
2SC3722K  (SMT)
2SC2059K
2SC4649  (EM3)
2SC4099  (UMT)
BAS19 (FAIR)
BAS21 (SIE)
BAS116 (SIE)
BAV119 (SIE)
BCW71
BCW72
BCW81
DTA1D3RKA
DTC1D3RKA
BCW71R
BCW72R
BCV71
BCV72
BCF81
DTA114GKA
DTA124GKA
DTA144GKA
DTA115GKA
DTC114GKA
DTC124GKA
DTC144GKA
DTC115GKA
BCW81R
BCV71R
BCV72R
BCF81R
BST80
BST84
BST66
2SC2412KLN
BAT54
DTB114GK
BAS29
BAS31
BAS35
DTD114GK
BAV23
BAT74
BAT54A (ZET)
BAT54C
BAT54S
BAS56
BST120
BST122
BCW60A
BCX51
2SD1757K
2SD1757K  (SMT)
BFR30
BFR32
BFT46
BSR56
BSR57
BSR58
BSD20
BSD22
PBMF4391
PBMF4392
PBMF4393
BF545A
BF545B
BF545C
BSS83
BSN20
BF556A
BF556B
BF556C
BF99OA
BF989
BF990
BF991
BF992
BF994
BF996
BFR101A
BFR101B
ZVN3306F
ZVN3310F
ZVP3306F
ZVP3310F
VN10LF
ZVN4106F
TN0200T
TN0201T
BFR53
BFS520
BFR520
BFR540
BFG520W
BFR505
BFG505
BFG520
BFG540
BFG590
BFG505/X
BFR53R
BFS540
BFG520W/X
BFS25A
BFG10
BFG10/X
BFGll
BFGll/X
BF840
BF841
DTC125TK
TP0101T
BFR92
BFR92AW
TP0202T
BFR92R
BFR92AR
FLLD261 (ZET)
2SA1514K
2SA1579  (UMT)
BFR93
BFR93A
BFR93R
BFR93AR
BB515 (SIE)
2SC3082K
2SC4619  (EM3)
2SC4100  (UMT)
BBY31
BBY40
BF510
BF511
BF512
BF513
BSS123LT1
BSS123
BSS284
BSS84
BSS131
BSS138
SN7002
BB811 (SIE)
2SC3906K
2SC4102  (UMT)
TP0610T
BCX17
BCX18
BSS63
BCX17R
BCX18R
BSS63R
BSR15
BSR16
BSR18
BSR15R
BSR16R
BSR18R
BSR18A
BSR18AR
2SB852K
BCXl9
BCX20
BSS64
BCX19R
BCX20R
BSS64R
BSR13
BSR14
BSR17
BSR14R
BSR17R
BSR17A
BSR17AR
2SB852K (ROHM)
BFQ67
BFG67
BFT25R
2SD1383K
BFT92
BFT92R
BFT93
BFT93R
2SD1484K
2SD1949  (UMT)
RU101

- Colin

16-11-2005