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JLCPCB Official:
Hello ;

This is a 10 years old post and still alive until now and I still believe that alldatasheet website is the leader source for components datasheets  ;)

Lost resistor:
Is it uncommon or unusual to just contact manufacturer (through email) and ask them for data sheet?

Iv got ATX power supply that i want to fix and modify, but can't find datasheet anywhere.

ElizatronicWarfare:
Doesn't look like it's been mentioned so far - I personally reccomend www.manualslib.com. I frequently find manuals I need for work on there, and the layout is reasonably ok.


--- Quote from: Lost resistor on April 03, 2021, 02:27:51 pm ---Is it uncommon or unusual to just contact manufacturer (through email) and ask them for data sheet?

Iv got ATX power supply that i want to fix and modify, but can't find datasheet anywhere.

--- End quote ---

Not unusual at all. They're not obligated to be helpful, but most big companies will try and help find what you're looking for (then try and sell you stuff).

Robert Smith Eco Warrior:
As a novice I like the old data sheets from the likes of ON Semiconductor and Texas Instruments. They have the usual data but then they go further into example circuits which I find very handy. The newer data sheets don't have this so much.

fzabkar:
I am noticing that a lot of the spammy web sites are creating phony PDFs to take advantage of those of us who search for datasheets using Google's "filetype:pdf" advanced search parameter. One way which I now use to defeat these spammers is by adding "absolute maximum" (in quotes) to the search criteria. I find that this phrase is almost universally present in electronic component datasheets.

Also, if you wish to restrict your search to a particular site, use something like "site:ti.com" as a search parameter.

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