[sdiy] Ge transistor tester weird results
Michael E Caloroso
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Tue Feb 8 09:13:17 CET 2022
Ge devices are notorious for reverse bias breakdown. That would confuse
any auto detection test algorithm. The only bench test equipment that
would work for these is a curve tracer.
I would never trust any NOS Ge devices on the market. By now the supply
will have gone through multiple hands, with good ones retained and flaky
ones passed to unsuspecting buyers.
On Tue, Feb 8, 2022 at 2:23 AM Mathias Neumann <alfrede at opferindustries.de>
> Hi at all,
> here is the github repo for all documentation and firmware.
> or this with changelog in the pdf's
> Am 08.02.22 um 00:49 schrieb René Schmitz:
> > On 07.02.2022 23:08, cheater cheater wrote:
> >> Thanks! What sort of things should I be seeing if I connect only CE
> >> or only BE?
> > BE would act like a Ge Diode.
> > If it makes no difference whether the Base is connected, then you are
> > measuring only the leakage, and there is no transistor effect.
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