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## Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
collector_current = Saturation current*e^(Voltage across emitter-base junction/Threshold voltage)*(1+Voltage across emitter-collector/Early voltage)
Ic = Is*e^(VEB/VT)*(1+VEC/VA')
This formula uses 1 Constants, 5 Variables
Constants Used
e - Napier's constant Value Taken As 2.71828182845904523536028747135266249
Variables Used
Saturation current - Saturation current is the diode leakage current density in the absence of light. It is an important parameter which differentiates one diode from another. (Measured in Ampere)
Voltage across emitter-base junction - The voltage across emitter-base junction is the forward voltage between the emitter and base of the transistor. (Measured in Volt)
Threshold voltage - Threshold voltage of transistor is the minimum gate to source voltage that is needed to create a conducting path between the source and drain terminals. It is an important factor to maintain power efficiency. (Measured in Volt)
Voltage across emitter-collector - The voltage across emitter-collector VCE, the spec states the maximum voltage that can be applied from the collector to emitter is 50 V. (Measured in Volt)
Early voltage - Early voltage is entirely process-technology dependent, with the dimensions of volts per micron.Typically, VA falls in the range of 5 V/μm to 50 V/μm. (Measured in Volt Per Micrometer)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Saturation current: 0.01 Ampere --> 0.01 Ampere No Conversion Required
Voltage across emitter-base junction: 2 Volt --> 2 Volt No Conversion Required
Threshold voltage: 50 Volt --> 50 Volt No Conversion Required
Voltage across emitter-collector: 20 Volt --> 20 Volt No Conversion Required
Early voltage: 0.025 Volt Per Micrometer --> 25000 Volt per Meter (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Ic = Is*e^(VEB/VT)*(1+VEC/VA') --> 0.01*e^(2/50)*(1+20/25000)
Evaluating ... ...
Ic = 0.0104164342281174
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.0104164342281174 Ampere --> No Conversion Required
0.0104164342281174 Ampere <-- Collector current
(Calculation completed in 00.095 seconds)

## < 4 Current and Voltage characteristics of transistor Calculators

Collector current when early voltage is given for NPN transistor
collector_current = Saturation current*e^(Voltage across the base–emitter junction/Thermal voltage)*(1+Voltage across collector-emitter/Early voltage) Go
Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor
collector_current = Saturation current*e^(Voltage across emitter-base junction/Threshold voltage)*(1+Voltage across emitter-collector/Early voltage) Go
Output resistance of BJT
resistance = (Early voltage+Voltage across collector-emitter)/Collector current Go
Output resistance of transistor when base current is constant
resistance = -(Voltage across collector-emitter/Collector current) Go

### Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor Formula

collector_current = Saturation current*e^(Voltage across emitter-base junction/Threshold voltage)*(1+Voltage across emitter-collector/Early voltage)
Ic = Is*e^(VEB/VT)*(1+VEC/VA')

## What is PNP transistor?

The transistor in which one n-type material is doped with two p-type materials such type of transistor is known as PNP transistor. It is a current controlled device. The small amount of base current-controlled both the emitter and collector current. The PNP transistor has two crystal diodes connected back to back. The left side of the diode is known as the emitter-base diode and the right side of the diode is known as the collector-base diode.

## How to Calculate Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor?

Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor calculator uses collector_current = Saturation current*e^(Voltage across emitter-base junction/Threshold voltage)*(1+Voltage across emitter-collector/Early voltage) to calculate the Collector current, The Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor is when common-emitter current gain carried by the electrons that reach the collector region. Its direction will be opposite to that of the flow of electrons, and thus into the collector terminal. Its magnitude will be proportional to eVeb/Vt. Collector current and is denoted by Ic symbol.

How to calculate Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor, enter Saturation current (Is), Voltage across emitter-base junction (VEB), Threshold voltage (VT), Voltage across emitter-collector (VEC) and Early voltage (VA') and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.010416 = 0.01*e^(2/50)*(1+20/25000).

### FAQ

What is Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor?
The Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor is when common-emitter current gain carried by the electrons that reach the collector region. Its direction will be opposite to that of the flow of electrons, and thus into the collector terminal. Its magnitude will be proportional to eVeb/Vt and is represented as Ic = Is*e^(VEB/VT)*(1+VEC/VA') or collector_current = Saturation current*e^(Voltage across emitter-base junction/Threshold voltage)*(1+Voltage across emitter-collector/Early voltage). Saturation current is the diode leakage current density in the absence of light. It is an important parameter which differentiates one diode from another, The voltage across emitter-base junction is the forward voltage between the emitter and base of the transistor, Threshold voltage of transistor is the minimum gate to source voltage that is needed to create a conducting path between the source and drain terminals. It is an important factor to maintain power efficiency, The voltage across emitter-collector VCE, the spec states the maximum voltage that can be applied from the collector to emitter is 50 V and Early voltage is entirely process-technology dependent, with the dimensions of volts per micron.Typically, VA falls in the range of 5 V/μm to 50 V/μm.
How to calculate Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor?
The Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor is when common-emitter current gain carried by the electrons that reach the collector region. Its direction will be opposite to that of the flow of electrons, and thus into the collector terminal. Its magnitude will be proportional to eVeb/Vt is calculated using collector_current = Saturation current*e^(Voltage across emitter-base junction/Threshold voltage)*(1+Voltage across emitter-collector/Early voltage). To calculate Collector current when early voltage is given for PNP transistor, you need Saturation current (Is), Voltage across emitter-base junction (VEB), Threshold voltage (VT), Voltage across emitter-collector (VEC) and Early voltage (VA'). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Saturation current, Voltage across emitter-base junction, Threshold voltage, Voltage across emitter-collector and Early voltage and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Collector current?
In this formula, Collector current uses Saturation current, Voltage across emitter-base junction, Threshold voltage, Voltage across emitter-collector and Early voltage. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• collector_current = Saturation current*e^(Voltage across the base–emitter junction/Thermal voltage)*(1+Voltage across collector-emitter/Early voltage)
• resistance = -(Voltage across collector-emitter/Collector current)
• collector_current = Saturation current*e^(Voltage across emitter-base junction/Threshold voltage)*(1+Voltage across emitter-collector/Early voltage)
• resistance = (Early voltage+Voltage across collector-emitter)/Collector current
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