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DC Components 1N4148 Signal Diode 75V 150mA

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Brand: DC Components  MPN: 1N4148 
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The 1N4148 from DC Components is a high-speed switching diode that is fabricated in planar technology and encapsulated in a hermetically sealed glass DO-35 package.

  • Ideal for high-speed switching applications
  • 100V repetitive peak reverse voltage
  • 150mA average forward current
  • 1V forward voltage
  • 5000nA reverse leakage current
  • 500mW power

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05 September 2014 Question by: Mike | Product code: 47-3416
Q. Can I use this diode in the range 3 - 7 Volts DC please? Also what is maximum amperage? Thanks
A. Hi Mike. Thank you for your question. This signal diode can be used at 3-7 volts; the maximum current is 150mA.

02 June 2014 Question by: Dave | Product code: 47-3416
Q. are these supplied taped for quantitites of 500 upwards
A. Hi Dave. Thank you for your question. These are supplied on a taped bandolier on quantities over one.


Great Value 1N4148

Reviewed by: Michael Cullen - 15 November 2017
Great value standard signal diode which I have used in their hundreds over the years with zero failures