|Raytheon CK784 Transistor ||
|Written by AnubisTTP on 2020-11-23
In the early days of the transistor era, Raytheon produced a number of small audio frequency devices for use in the hearing aid market. The Raytheon CK784 is one such device; a tiny metal can PNP transistor intended for use in audio amplifiers. The CK784 is approximately half the size of Raytheon's popular hobbyist-friendly CK722 transistor, and is small enough to encroach on the size of a modern TO-92 device. Raytheon's iconic blue paint, also popularized by the CK722, is present and accounted for.
Raytheon CK784 transistor, at rest.
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