Honeywell H10 Transistor  
Written by AnubisTTP on 2018-01-28  


The Honeywell H10, first released in 1957, is a successor to the 1965-era H5 power transistor. The H10 is a large metal-can device with hook leads and a threaded lug for heatsink or chassis mounting. This transistor has a power rating of 15 amps, and was packaged in a case almost twice the diameter of the earlier H5. The example shown here is a undefined later variant, marked with the part number H10A1XOC.


Honeywell H10 Transistor
Honeywell H10A1XOC, a large power transistor first produced in 1957.

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