Clearvue 650 datasheet 2n3904

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Rev. C/CZ MMBT3904 SMD General Purpose Transistor (NPN) www.taitroncomponents.com Page 3 of 9 Fig.1- Delay and Rise Time Fig.2- Storage and Fall Time 2N3904 2N3904 TO-92 / Bulk 2N3904-AP 2N3904 TO-92 / Ammopack TO-92 Bulk TO-92 Ammopack 1/5
 

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ClearVue 550, 650, and 850 feature a 19" color monitor mounted on a fully articulating tilt-and-swivel arm. ClearVue 350's 19" color monitor is mounted on a tilt-and-swivel arm. Lightweight for easy maneuverability At just 52 kg/115 lb, ClearVue is easy to maneuver.Philips ClearVue 650 ultrasound system is versatile and elegant for a variety of settings and types of exams. Best-in-class image quality & intuitive operation set it apart. You get superb quality in 2D imaging and 3D/4D imaging made easy.
 

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The used Philips ClearVue 650 ultrasound machine adds 4D to its line of ClearVue ultrasound systems. This is a shared service ultrasound machine that is an upgrade to the Philips ClearVue 550 ultrasound… it adds 4D and two volume transducers to the product.The 2N3904 is a common NPN bipolar junction transistor used for general-purpose low-power amplifying or switching applications. [1] [2] [3] It is designed for low current and power , medium voltage , and can operate at moderately high speeds.

2N3904 results. BJT: 2N3904 2N3904-T18 2N3904A 2N3904C 2N3904CSM 2N3904DCSM 2N3904E 2N3904G 2N3904N 2N3904S (Marking ZC ) 2N3904SC (Marking ZCC ) 2N3904U (Marking ZC ) 2N3904V H2N3904 MOSFET: IGBT: SCR:

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Rev. C/CZ MMBT3904 SMD General Purpose Transistor (NPN) www.taitroncomponents.com Page 3 of 9 Fig.1- Delay and Rise Time Fig.2- Storage and Fall Time MPSA18 NPN General Purpose Amplifier (continued) Electrical Characteristics TA = 25°C unless otherwise noted OFF CHARACTERISTICS Symbol Parameter Test Conditions Min Max Units V(BR)CEO Collector-Emitter Breakdown Voltage* IC = 10 mA, IB = 0 45 V V(BR)CBO Collector-Base Breakdown Voltage IC = 100 µA, I E = 0 45 V