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Datasheet resource...

Postby Steve Anderson » Sat Dec 26, 2020 1:08 pm

A site with links to virtually every semiconductor datasheet that exists or existed...worthwhile bookmarking...downside: You need to know who made it/them...have a guess, OC71, Mullard, Phillips etc...BC108 - almost everyone!! The same with chips, just go for the usual suspects...

Anything current you should find on the major suppliers sites, RS, Farnell/Element 14 and so on...

https://sdw.lapinoo.net/a.html

For valves/tubes try this...you only need the generic type No. for this, e.g. ECC83, 6AU6 etc..

http://www.tubedata.org/

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Re: Datasheet resource...

Postby Harry Dalek » Sat Dec 26, 2020 6:31 pm

Steve Anderson wrote:A site with links to virtually every semiconductor datasheet that exists or existed...worthwhile bookmarking...downside: You need to know who made it/them...have a guess, OC71, Mullard, Phillips etc...BC108 - almost everyone!! The same with chips, just go for the usual suspects...

Anything current you should find on the major suppliers sites, RS, Farnell/Element 14 and so on...

https://sdw.lapinoo.net/a.html

For valves/tubes try this...you only need the generic type No. for this, e.g. ECC83, 6AU6 etc..

http://www.tubedata.org/

Steve A.


Yes very useful for sure as a major scrapper i do come across some old parts i have no idea what they are or rated at i do infact have the old oc71's used a lot early NBTV newsletter projects .....having a few Blue data books for the 80s it must of been a nightmare to track down this information and have room for all those thick data books ! back then hang on i was there and it was :roll:
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