Raytheon CK782 Transistor  
Written by AnubisTTP on 2017-01-12  


The CK782, made by Raytheon, is a germanium PNP transistor intended for use in early hearing aids. First released sometime around 1955, the early CK782's make use of Raytheon's iconic blue paint job, popularized by the hobbyist friendly CK722 shown above. The CK782 is quite tiny for a metal can transistor, rivaling the size of later devices in TO-92 plastic enclosures.


Raytheon CK782 Transistor
Raytheon CK782 transistor.

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