Akshada Kulkarni
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Collector to emitter leakage current Formula

Collector to emitter leakage current=(Base Transport factor+1)*Collector to base leakage current
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How collector to emitter leakage current is obtained?

For the common emitter configuration of the transistor with the emitter-base junction forward biased and the collector-base junction reverse biased, the part of the emitter current which reaches the collector is IC – ICEO(collector to emitter current). Thus, the leakage current is taken into account and an expression is formed that the collector-emitter leakage current in common emitter configuration is (β + 1) times greater than that in common base configuration.

How to Calculate Collector to emitter leakage current?

Collector to emitter leakage current calculator uses Collector to emitter leakage current=(Base Transport factor+1)*Collector to base leakage current to calculate the Collector to emitter leakage current, Collector to emitter leakage current is a small collector current which flows if the base is open-circuited and the collector is reverse biased with respect to emitter. Collector to emitter leakage current and is denoted by ICEO symbol.

How to calculate Collector to emitter leakage current using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Collector to emitter leakage current, enter Base Transport factor (β) and Collector to base leakage current (ICBO) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Collector to emitter leakage current calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2550 = (50+1)*50.

FAQ

What is Collector to emitter leakage current?
Collector to emitter leakage current is a small collector current which flows if the base is open-circuited and the collector is reverse biased with respect to emitter and is represented as ICEO=(β+1)*ICBO or Collector to emitter leakage current=(Base Transport factor+1)*Collector to base leakage current. Base Transport factor is defined as the factor of base current required to transfer emitter current to collector of the BJT transistor and Collector to base leakage current is a small collector current which flows if the emitter is open circuited and the collector-base junction is reversed biased.
How to calculate Collector to emitter leakage current?
Collector to emitter leakage current is a small collector current which flows if the base is open-circuited and the collector is reverse biased with respect to emitter is calculated using Collector to emitter leakage current=(Base Transport factor+1)*Collector to base leakage current. To calculate Collector to emitter leakage current, you need Base Transport factor (β) and Collector to base leakage current (ICBO). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Base Transport factor and Collector to base leakage current and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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