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How to connect a NPN transistor in place of an PNP

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PillaDoubleG:
Hello, could someone maybe explain or give me a picture of how to connect a NPN transistor instead of a PNP transistor in this circuit?

I've searched on the web but haven't found a super definitive answer.

Here's a picture of the circuit.

xvr:
Very strange circuit. TV killer?

> Hello, could someone maybe explain or give me a picture of how to connect a NPN transistor instead of a PNP transistor in this circuit?

No way - there is no PNP transistor in this circuit  :-//

Gyro:
There isn't any PNP (or NPN) transistor in the circuit, just an N-Channel MOSFET.

MrAl:

--- Quote from: PillaDoubleG on April 13, 2024, 12:02:32 pm ---Hello, could someone maybe explain or give me a picture of how to connect a NPN transistor instead of a PNP transistor in this circuit?

I've searched on the web but haven't found a super definitive answer.

Here's a picture of the circuit.

--- End quote ---

Hi,

Not only is there no PNP transistor in the circuit, but there is also a switch in series with the inductor L3 which is not a good idea because when it is opened the inductor could generate a huge voltage kickback and cause problems.
I'd have to ask where you got this circuit and what is it supposed to be used for.

Gyro:
It also looks as if it may be powered directly from the mains (220V) making it extremely dangerous.

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