PeaveyHartley Peavey founded Peavey Electronics, one of the world's largest manufacturers and suppliers of musical and professional audio equipment, in 1965, having built his first amplifier in 1957.
Transistor - Peavey, SJE 5331, 120V, 3A
SJE 5331, 120V, 3A, NPN. Case-77.
Transistor - Peavey, SJE 5332, 120V, 3A
SJE 5332, 120V, 3A, PNP. Case-77.
Transistor - Peavey, MPS 6533, PNP Amplifier, 40V, TO-92
MPS 6533, PNP general purpose amp, 40V, TO-92 Case.
Transistor - Peavey, MPS 6531, NPN Amplifier, 40V, TO-92
MPS 6531, NPN general purpose amp, 40V, TO-92 Case.
Transistor - Peavey, 2N5400, PNP Amp, 120V, 20MA, TO-92
2N5400 (761), PNP general purpose amp, 120V, 10mA, TO-92 case.
Transistor - Peavey, SDS 7204, 300V, 10mA
SDS 7204 transistor, 300 V, 10 mA, Case-30.
Diode Thyristor - Peavey, SBS 14 Bidirectional, 8V, TO-92 Case
Designed for full-wave triggering in Triac phase control circuits, half-wave SCR triggering application and as voltage level detectors. Used in most Peavey linear power amplifier designs through 2000 including CS/M/DECA series power amps, IPA300, and all models using 402/602/304S/204S power modules.
- Low Switching Voltage — 8 Volts Typical
- Uniform Characteristics in Each Direction
- Low On-State Voltage — 1.7 Volts Maximum
- Low Off-State Current — 0.1 mA Maximum