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  • Shanjaq
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    Why would a supplier carry only the PNP and not the complementary NPN? If you do PNP, your trigger winding must be "grounded" to positive as well. Basically put a mirror facing vertical under the SG schematic, and what you see in the reflection is what you must build using the PNP.

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  • James Milner
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    Originally posted by Faraday88 View Post
    That is even better for Radiant but has to be handled very carefully or will blow up much easily (MJL 21193 IS PNP and you will switch the POSITIVE SIDE OF THE CIRCUIT.)as compared to MJL21194..
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    Got a circuit diagram?

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  • Magnus M.
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    Thanks for your reply,i think i will just order the mjl21194 from Norway or Denmark.

    Best regards from Iceland

    Magnus M.

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  • Faraday88
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    That is even better for Radiant but has to be handled very carefully or will blow up much easily (MJL 21193 IS PNP and you will switch the POSITIVE SIDE OF THE CIRCUIT.)as compared to MJL21194..
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.

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  • Magnus M.
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    Hi john

    I live in iceland ,and the mjl21194 are not availible ,but the 21193 transistors are.

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  • John_Koorn
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    Magnus, why would you wanna do that?

    John K

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  • Magnus M.
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    Can i use mjl21193 transistors insted of mjl21194 transistors in my energizer ?
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