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The transistor is a semiconductor device that can amplify signals and switch power. Most used types are bipolar (BJT, for Bipolar Junction Transistor), UJT (Unijunction transistor) and MOSFET (FET, for Field Effect Transistor)

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With Q1 saturated, Emitter and collector voltage will be the same. That puts the same voltage on the base and emitter of Q2. For Q2 to conduct the base voltage must be higher than the emitter voltage. …
answered Feb 22 '18 by Norm
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supply's output voltage on it. I would not advise doing that. If you want to reduce the operating temps in your "worst case" operating condition, I would suggest you use two TIP36 transistors in parallel, giving you twice the thermal contact to the heatsink, doubling your effective heat dissipation.. …
answered Feb 21 '18 by Norm