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John

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SMT Component ID - Cross Reference Guide | 21 July, 1999

Looking for a cross-referencing and part identification guide for surface-mount components. There is very little infomation provided on some of the components themselves, and we often don't have parts lists or schematics for items we repair, so identification for a replacement part is difficult. We are just getting into SMT repairs, so any help in this area would be appreciated. Thanks

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George Verboven

#10522

Re: SMT Component ID - Cross Reference Guide | 22 July, 1999

| Looking for a cross-referencing and part identification guide for surface-mount components. There is very little infomation provided on some of the components themselves, and we often don't have parts lists or schematics for items we repair, so identification for a replacement part is difficult. We are just getting into SMT repairs, so any help in this area would be appreciated. Thanks | Devices in small packages are marked with a code. This Marking list is growing day by day. Try to get the "Concise Catalogue" from Philips. If you want I can sent you a fax or *.PDF file with a lot of those markings. Just a little example: 1A=BC846AW / 1B=BC846BW / 1F= BC847BW / 1Hp= BC847 / 2F= BC850BW / 5A=BC807-16W / 5Hp=BC808...... and more..much more

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Jim Blankenhorn

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Re: SMT Component ID - Cross Reference Guide | 22 July, 1999

| Looking for a cross-referencing and part identification guide for surface-mount components. There is very little infomation provided on some of the components themselves, and we often don't have parts lists or schematics for items we repair, so identification for a replacement part is difficult. We are just getting into SMT repairs, so any help in this area would be appreciated. Thanks | Hi John- There once upon a time was a company that did a cross-refernce in Santa Clara, CA but they went out of business. There is just too much happening with part numbers and packages for anyone to take on this task and keep it current. We support the industry by taking parts, drawing them and providing land patterns and CAD libraries for every SMT package, but otherwise you are on your own. Jim

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