Honeywell H5 Transistor  
Written by AnubisTTP on 2011-03-05  


The Honeywell H5 is an early power transistor which was released in 1956. The H5 is a germanium PNP device with a power rating of 10 watts, and is the first Honeywell power transistor to use hook lugs instead of flying leads. Honeywell originally developed this series of transistors for use in aircraft fuel systems; some versions had power dissipation ratings in excess of 50 watts.


Honeywell H5 Transistor
Honeywell H5 transistor, at rest.

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