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Discrete Semiconductors Qualified to MIL-PRF-19500

Mon, 07/18/2011 - 8:33am

ON Semiconductor has introduced a series of small signal transistors that are fully qualified in accordance with the MIL-PRF-19500 and MIL-STD-750 standards for discrete semiconductors broadly used in military and aerospace equipment.

“ON Semiconductor already has a strong reputation in the military and aerospace sectors for digital and mixed-signal ASICs and custom foundry services,” said Vince Hopkin, vice president of the Digital, Mil-Aero and Image Sensor division at ON Semiconductor. “This new series of discrete devices will further enhance the solutions and technologies we offer military designers and purchasers.

Not only will these products deliver high reliability in extreme operating conditions, they will also be supported for product lifecycles that match the long-term supply requirements of military and aerospace applications.”

The ON Semiconductor small signal PNP and NPN silicon epitaxial switching transistors are on the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Land and Maritime Qualified Products List (QPL) and available in versions that meet JAN, JANTX and JANTXV quality levels.

All product versions are supplied in hermetically sealed metal can packages and are designed for an extended operating and storage junction temperature range of -65 °C to +200 °C.

Device
Package
VCEO
VCBO
IC
DLA Slash Sheet
2N3019S
TO-39
80V
140V
1.0A
MIL-PRF-19500/391
2N3019
TO-5
80V
140V
1.0A
MIL-PRF-19500/391
2N3700
TO-18
80V
140V
1.0A
MIL-PRF-19500/391
2N2907A
TO-18
-60V
-60V
-600mA
MIL-PRF-19500/291
2N2905A
TO-39
-60V
-60V
-600mA
MIL-PRF-19500/290























Target applications for the MIL-PRF-19500-qualified devices include switching and linear amplification in missile guidance, munitions, radio communications, commercial and military avionics and other military and aerospace systems where high reliability in harsh conditions and longevity of product supply are key design considerations.

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