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Bonus tip: when someone writes '''RTFM''' in a forum post it means '''Read The Fine Manual'''. Most questions are answered in the datasheet.
Bonus tip: when someone writes '''RTFM''' in a forum post it means '''Read The Fine Manual'''. Most questions are answered in the datasheet.
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An XML data file that describes each part is also linked in the datasheet section. This file, in the [[OOMP_XML_Format|OOMP XML descriptor format]], contains all the information we use to build the part webpage. We hope it will be useful for part management software, cool web applications, and other special sauce.
==Images==
==Images==

Revision as of 03:09, 9 August 2013

Contents

Datasheet

A manufacturer's datasheet is the primary source of info for most parts. Physical measurements like length, width, height, pitch are almost always listed along with a dimensional CAD drawing of the part. Electrical specifications describe the voltage and power a part is rated to handle so you know if it meets your needs. More complicated parts like chips also have detailed information about the function of each pin, and how the chip works.

The OOMP part page, part number, and back label give the most common characteristics of each part so you don't need to dig through the datasheet.

Most datasheets are in the Adobe Acrobat format with the extension .PDF. They can be opened with the Adobe Acrobat Reader, or open source alternatives.

Bonus tip: when someone writes RTFM in a forum post it means Read The Fine Manual. Most questions are answered in the datasheet.

An XML data file that describes each part is also linked in the datasheet section. This file, in the OOMP XML descriptor format, contains all the information we use to build the part webpage. We hope it will be useful for part management software, cool web applications, and other special sauce.

Images

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PCB

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Diagram

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3D

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