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Can i use BC558PNP bipolar transistor instead of BC558NPN?

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I can't find BC558NPN transistor,will it work if i use 558PNP transistor instead?
 

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Re: Can i use BC558PNP bipolar transistor instead of BC558NP

There's no BC558 NPN transistor. BC558 is always a PNP type. That's why you can't find it.
An NPN type would be for example BC548.
 

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Yes, it's PNP. Why do you think, it could be NPN?
 

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