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PostSubject: How to read transistor and IC's datasheet    Wed 16 Mar 2011, 9:15 pm

How to read transistor and IC's datasheet

Manufacturers turn to electronic components to develop a series of numbers on all of its components in order to recognize
Through which technical specifications such as the distribution method the parties, effort, ability, power
, frequency, plant zoom .. Etc. .. And you'll find in a brochure, a Specification Sheet Aldata
A book is available in electronic stores, or by web pages

How to use the datasheet for a transistor ..


: Using the book
Aldcanivet .. The method preferred by technicians and workshop owners, to its simplicity and ease of
Information obtained ..

How to use:

Through this book you need to search in a sequential manner, "such as the Dictionary of Languages ​​"
Initials, such as BC, 2N, 2SC with attention Onailat Japanese with the number 2SA, 2SB, 2SC, 2SD is
The same A, B, C, D
Example: Search for Datasheet Transistor
2SB621 in the book Aldcanivet

Form mostly at the end of the book Aldata Shit

The second method

: Use the Internet to determine the specifications of the transistors or electronic component .. This method is characterized by
More detail and with the spread of the Internet has become an important source for engineers and hobbyists

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