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fixit7:

--- Quote from: 74HC04 on October 15, 2009, 10:09:38 pm ---One more to add:

http://www.datasheetarchive.com/

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I am fairly new to finding out what part I have. I like salvaging items from boards.

For example I have a part that has d2396 on one line. On a lower line are a  J and a strange T 08 and at the top it looks like an R.

When I did a search for d2396 I got d2396 from Bristol Electronics and I also found a    2SD2396K from Digikey.

Can you tell who made the chip?

Is there any consistency on the markings?

P.S. I saw a video with a guy reviewing a electric vacumn desoldering gun. It made short work of removing chips, etc.

Blitzschnitzel:
Is there somewhere a look-up-table for all the abbreviations used in datasheets? I get Vr, If etc. but I am quickly lost after that.

Fredled:
Usualy if a datasheet is not on a major vendor website, it means it's long obsolete.

eramsell:
If you can't find the datasheet, you might be able to find the databook here at Internet archive. There are many manufacturers, quite a few years including some from the 60's.

archive.org

Or just google Internet Archive.

I downloaded a bunch of databooks. Motorola, texas Instruments, Philips, Toshiba, Hitachi, Sony, Panasonic, etc., etc., etc.

If you use a tablet, download them to a large USB stick or memory card.

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