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Post 15 of I wonder how long it will be before we start seeing fake Lovoltech LUD. Oct 4, at 8: Oct 5, at 3: Share This Page Tweet.

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I hear you Tom. I think doubt is always going to be a problem with obsolete parts, regardless of the number of counterfeits out there. By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies. 2sc228 still think the green ones are probably a reduced HFE output version, though.

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Oct 9, at 3: Post 14 of These are up to spec. No, create an account now. Post 8 of dataheet I checked them and the gain of the straight T version were abyssmal. Do you already have an account?


To be honest, the fakes are more obvious than that. The ones from other parts of asia have the straight T as in your examples. No, seeing those backs in your new photo leads me to belive that you have genuine Toshiba’s.

Oct 8, at 7: I’ve also never seen the 2SC with the straight “T”, but they are known to be genuine that way with the 2SA’s. It’s quite possible that both groups are genuine – it’s usually more obvious if they’re fakes than they are here.

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Examples of Toshiba Japan logos on transistors. I have two sets I recently obtained, the first, from RF Parts with no source identification are seen below: Oct 5, at 6: The others with the straight Satasheet are asian junk Oct 8, at 5: The moral here is that genuine Toshibas or not – where they are manufactured makes a difference.

Oct 9, at 4: Yes, my password is: Post 13 of Need help from Experienced Eyes: Post 9 of My over-whelming instinct is to just use a current production part and be done with it. The Toshibas from Japan have a block type of T.


MCM is easily your best chance of getting the real thing, too. Post 10 of Post 1 of Looks like I may need to make a more elaborate test jig and see if we can get some analytical data to advance the conversation. Post 7 of Post 2 of Post 4 of Post 6 of Oct 7, at 9: I ended up getting the Japanese ones and each one was up to spec. The Japanese are in short supply as well and buy them where they can get them.

Oct 5, at Anyway, that’s about the extent of my experience with them. Post 3 of I have the same pairs of transistors on hand from Farnell so it should be genuine for the first one. You must log in or sign up to reply here.