BT139-600G Triac Equivalent
robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com
Sun Dec 17 13:07:34 CST 2017
Now that you mention it, I have heard that these triacs get used in the auto
voltage detection. I was about to reverse engineer the schematic and that is
now my next step. I would still like to identify possible replacements
though in case I ever need spares for this part.
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> From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of Peter
> Coghlan via cctalk
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> Subject: Re: BT139-600G Triac Equivalent
> > I have a suspicion that this component may be faulty on the input side
> > of my
> > H7826 PSU. A little tester I have does not recognise it, it is
> > possible that the currents it uses are too low for this particular
> > triac, but I am not sure.
> What is the function of this triac in your power supply?
> I have come across a triac which is used to switch between 115V and 230V
> input in the PSU of a DEC 3000/300. My triac went short circuit which
> some release of magic smoke when the PSU was used on 230V. I also had
> difficulty finding a replacement for it so I ended up leaving it out. The
> worked fine on 230V only without it once I replaced the other damaged
> If your triac has a different function, ignore the above.
> Peter Coghlan.
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