45 V, 100 mA PNP/PNP matched double transistor

PNP/PNP matched double transistor in a very small SOT363 (SC-88) Surface-Mounted Device (SMD) plastic package.

NPN/NPN complement: BCM847BSH

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Features and benefits

  • Low collector capacitance
  • Low collector-emitter saturation voltage
  • Current gain matching
  • Base-emitter voltage matching
  • Drop-in replacement for standard double transistors
  • No mutual interference between the transistors
  • High-temperature applications up to 175 °C


  • Current mirror
  • Differential amplifier


Type numberPackage versionPackage nameSize (mm)PolarityVCEO [max] (V)IC [max] (mA)hFE [min]hFE [max]hFE1 / hFE2 [min]VBE1 / VBE2 [max] (mV)Automotive qualified
BCM857BSHSOT363TSSOP62.1 x 1.25 x 0.95PNP-45-1002004500.952N

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Documentation (7)

File nameTitleTypeDate
BCM857BSH45 V, 100 mA PNP/PNP matched double transistorData sheet2021-03-22
BCM857BSH_Nexperia_Product_ReliabilityBCM857BSH Nexperia Product ReliabilityQuality document2022-03-21
BCM857BSHBCM857BSH SPICE modelSPICE model2023-11-17
SOT363_115TSSOP6; Reel pack for SMD, 7"; Q2/T3 product orientationPacking information2020-06-12
SOT363_135TSSOP6; Tape reel SMD; standard product orientation 12NC ending 135Packing information2020-04-27
REFLOW_BG-BD-1Reflow soldering profileReflow soldering2021-04-06
WAVE_BG-BD-1Wave soldering profileWave soldering2021-09-08


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File nameTitleTypeDate
BCM857BSHBCM857BSH SPICE modelSPICE model2023-11-17

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The interactive datasheets are based on the Nexperia MOSFET precision electrothermal models. With our interactive datasheets you can simply specify your own conditions interactively. Start by changing the values of the conditions. You can do this by using the sliders in the condition fields. By dragging the sliders you will see how the MOSFET will perform at the new conditions set.