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Transistor info site

Posted on Tuesday, December 10th, 2013 in components, documentation, site by the machinegeek

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Ivan writes to inform us of his new site, www.info-transistor.info. “It allows you to find the technical specs of transistors (bjt, mosfet and igbt) and even put this information here in the forum with the BBCODE export option!”

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One Response to “Transistor info site”

  1. Destate9 says:

    Dangerous Prototypes, every time I really need an item or a resource that I don’t think exists, you guys post a link to the thing I’m looking for the very next day. I was seriously just talking to a buddy last night about how cool it would be if something like this existed. This is amazing, but equally freaky…

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