Difference between revisions of "IC datasheets"

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* [https://www.digikey.com/ Digikey]: Links to vendor’s websites
 
* [https://www.digikey.com/ Digikey]: Links to vendor’s websites
* [http://www.farnell.com/ Farnell]: Self-hosted, uses sequential ids: <nowiki>http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/<id>.pdf</nowiki>
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* [https://www.farnell.com/ Farnell]: Self-hosted, uses sequential ids: <nowiki>http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/<id>.pdf</nowiki>
 
* [https://www.mouser.de/ Mouser]: Mix between self-hosted datasheets (modified by Mouser, last page appended to PDF) and external links
 
* [https://www.mouser.de/ Mouser]: Mix between self-hosted datasheets (modified by Mouser, last page appended to PDF) and external links
 
* [https://www.reichelt.de/ Reichelt]: Self-hosted
 
* [https://www.reichelt.de/ Reichelt]: Self-hosted

Revision as of 18:51, 20 January 2019

Datasheets for electronic components are always endangered, since vendors usually don’t keep them online once a product is EOL.

Sources

Manufacturers

Well-known:

Small:

Distributors

  • Digikey: Links to vendor’s websites
  • Farnell: Self-hosted, uses sequential ids: http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/<id>.pdf
  • Mouser: Mix between self-hosted datasheets (modified by Mouser, last page appended to PDF) and external links
  • Reichelt: Self-hosted
  • RS Components: Self-hosted, random(?) hex ids, sometimes no datasheet at all

Vendor lists

Existing archives