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jusme
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Sat Apr 05, 2008 6:40 pm   



or equivalent. I only need one but would like to have some spares.

I have looked all over. I would even take a datasheet.

Thank you.

jusme
Guest

Sat Apr 05, 2008 6:40 pm   



Oh, please email if you have one/any as I don't check here often.

Thanks for any help.


"jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote in message
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Quote:
or equivalent. I only need one but would like to have some spares.

I have looked all over. I would even take a datasheet.

Thank you.


jusme
Guest

Sat Apr 05, 2008 6:40 pm   



Oh, please email if you have one/any as I don't check here often.

Thanks for any help.


"jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote in message
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Quote:
or equivalent. I only need one but would like to have some spares.

I have looked all over. I would even take a datasheet.

Thank you.


Ross Herbert
Guest

Sun Apr 06, 2008 12:05 pm   



On Sat, 5 Apr 2008 12:40:04 -0500, "jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote:

:or equivalent. I only need one but would like to have some spares.
:
:I have looked all over. I would even take a datasheet.
:
:Thank you.
:

Most likely a proprietary type number made for an oem. You won't be able to find
one anywhere - unless the manufacturer of your equipment can help.

Ross Herbert
Guest

Sun Apr 06, 2008 12:05 pm   



On Sat, 5 Apr 2008 12:40:04 -0500, "jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote:

:or equivalent. I only need one but would like to have some spares.
:
:I have looked all over. I would even take a datasheet.
:
:Thank you.
:

Most likely a proprietary type number made for an oem. You won't be able to find
one anywhere - unless the manufacturer of your equipment can help.

jusme
Guest

Sun Apr 06, 2008 7:52 pm   



It is not proprietary.



"Ross Herbert" <rherber1_at_bigpond.net.au> wrote in message
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Quote:
On Sat, 5 Apr 2008 12:40:04 -0500, "jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote:

:or equivalent. I only need one but would like to have some spares.
:
:I have looked all over. I would even take a datasheet.
:
:Thank you.
:

Most likely a proprietary type number made for an oem. You won't be able
to find
one anywhere - unless the manufacturer of your equipment can help.


jusme
Guest

Sun Apr 06, 2008 7:52 pm   



It is not proprietary.



"Ross Herbert" <rherber1_at_bigpond.net.au> wrote in message
news:3bbhv3pc123lsj9occbd2ph4rvubkkg1ok_at_4ax.com...
Quote:
On Sat, 5 Apr 2008 12:40:04 -0500, "jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote:

:or equivalent. I only need one but would like to have some spares.
:
:I have looked all over. I would even take a datasheet.
:
:Thank you.
:

Most likely a proprietary type number made for an oem. You won't be able
to find
one anywhere - unless the manufacturer of your equipment can help.


Michael Black
Guest

Sun Apr 06, 2008 8:15 pm   



On Sun, 6 Apr 2008, jusme wrote:

Quote:
It is not proprietary.

How do you know that?


You've asked about a transistor that has a number that fits no
standard, and yet does fit the sort of number you see on proprietary
parts.

You want some, but can't find them.

You'll settle for an equivalent, but don't know any.

You haven't told us anything about why this transistor is so important
to you.

That all adds up to a strong indication that it is a house number.

You know more about it than us, yet you are having trouble finding it.
That's a good clue about something.

Michael

Quote:


"Ross Herbert" <rherber1_at_bigpond.net.au> wrote in message
news:3bbhv3pc123lsj9occbd2ph4rvubkkg1ok_at_4ax.com...
On Sat, 5 Apr 2008 12:40:04 -0500, "jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote:

:or equivalent. I only need one but would like to have some spares.
:
:I have looked all over. I would even take a datasheet.
:
:Thank you.
:

Most likely a proprietary type number made for an oem. You won't be able
to find
one anywhere - unless the manufacturer of your equipment can help.




Michael Black
Guest

Sun Apr 06, 2008 8:15 pm   



On Sun, 6 Apr 2008, jusme wrote:

Quote:
It is not proprietary.

How do you know that?


You've asked about a transistor that has a number that fits no
standard, and yet does fit the sort of number you see on proprietary
parts.

You want some, but can't find them.

You'll settle for an equivalent, but don't know any.

You haven't told us anything about why this transistor is so important
to you.

That all adds up to a strong indication that it is a house number.

You know more about it than us, yet you are having trouble finding it.
That's a good clue about something.

Michael

Quote:


"Ross Herbert" <rherber1_at_bigpond.net.au> wrote in message
news:3bbhv3pc123lsj9occbd2ph4rvubkkg1ok_at_4ax.com...
On Sat, 5 Apr 2008 12:40:04 -0500, "jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote:

:or equivalent. I only need one but would like to have some spares.
:
:I have looked all over. I would even take a datasheet.
:
:Thank you.
:

Most likely a proprietary type number made for an oem. You won't be able
to find
one anywhere - unless the manufacturer of your equipment can help.




jusme
Guest

Mon Apr 07, 2008 4:21 am   



Yep, it is. It is a good clue that I am talking to a dumb kid who knows not
much.

I know that it is not proprietary yet, you think that it is.

Grow up, get some modicum of intelligence and berate your parents for
spoiling your sorry ass.

Now, run along.



"Michael Black" <et472_at_ncf.ca> wrote in message
news:Pine.LNX.4.64.0804061512410.9461_at_darkstar.example.org...
Quote:


On Sun, 6 Apr 2008, jusme wrote:

It is not proprietary.

How do you know that?

You've asked about a transistor that has a number that fits no
standard, and yet does fit the sort of number you see on proprietary
parts.

You want some, but can't find them.

You'll settle for an equivalent, but don't know any.

You haven't told us anything about why this transistor is so important
to you.

That all adds up to a strong indication that it is a house number.

You know more about it than us, yet you are having trouble finding it.
That's a good clue about something.

Michael



"Ross Herbert" <rherber1_at_bigpond.net.au> wrote in message
news:3bbhv3pc123lsj9occbd2ph4rvubkkg1ok_at_4ax.com...
On Sat, 5 Apr 2008 12:40:04 -0500, "jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote:

:or equivalent. I only need one but would like to have some spares.
:
:I have looked all over. I would even take a datasheet.
:
:Thank you.
:

Most likely a proprietary type number made for an oem. You won't be able
to find
one anywhere - unless the manufacturer of your equipment can help.




Ross Herbert
Guest

Mon Apr 07, 2008 8:52 am   



On Sun, 6 Apr 2008 22:21:43 -0500, "jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote:

:Yep, it is. It is a good clue that I am talking to a dumb kid who knows not
:much.
:
:I know that it is not proprietary yet, you think that it is.
:
:Grow up, get some modicum of intelligence and berate your parents for
:spoiling your sorry ass.
:
:Now, run along.

I have to agree with Michael on this. Having had more than 50 years experience
in electronics myself, and many of these specialising in component sourcing,
your accusation against Michael is way off beam. In my experience if you can't
find a single reference to a semiconductor part number on the WWW then it most
likely does not exist or you have the part number wrong. And don't believe the
Google search results which turn up the part number associated with a parts
broker - it doesn't mean they have it or have even heard of it.

If you are sure that this part number is NOT proprietary then tell us how you
know this. I certainly don't know of any surefire method of knowing for a fact
that a part number is proprietary or not and I am sure you don't either.

Ross Herbert
Guest

Mon Apr 07, 2008 8:52 am   



On Sun, 6 Apr 2008 22:21:43 -0500, "jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote:

:Yep, it is. It is a good clue that I am talking to a dumb kid who knows not
:much.
:
:I know that it is not proprietary yet, you think that it is.
:
:Grow up, get some modicum of intelligence and berate your parents for
:spoiling your sorry ass.
:
:Now, run along.

I have to agree with Michael on this. Having had more than 50 years experience
in electronics myself, and many of these specialising in component sourcing,
your accusation against Michael is way off beam. In my experience if you can't
find a single reference to a semiconductor part number on the WWW then it most
likely does not exist or you have the part number wrong. And don't believe the
Google search results which turn up the part number associated with a parts
broker - it doesn't mean they have it or have even heard of it.

If you are sure that this part number is NOT proprietary then tell us how you
know this. I certainly don't know of any surefire method of knowing for a fact
that a part number is proprietary or not and I am sure you don't either.

jusme
Guest

Mon Apr 07, 2008 6:17 pm   



If you are sure that I don't have a method then, there is no point in
carrying this on.

I have been in this game for many years - over 50.


"Ross Herbert" <rherber1_at_bigpond.net.au> wrote in message
news:08kjv358isq89hie9a9ur0rg5ujqm7qm2l_at_4ax.com...
Quote:
On Sun, 6 Apr 2008 22:21:43 -0500, "jusme" <jbleaux_at_gmail.com> wrote:

:Yep, it is. It is a good clue that I am talking to a dumb kid who knows
not
:much.
:
:I know that it is not proprietary yet, you think that it is.
:
:Grow up, get some modicum of intelligence and berate your parents for
:spoiling your sorry ass.
:
:Now, run along.

I have to agree with Michael on this. Having had more than 50 years
experience
in electronics myself, and many of these specialising in component
sourcing,
your accusation against Michael is way off beam. In my experience if you
can't
find a single reference to a semiconductor part number on the WWW then it
most
likely does not exist or you have the part number wrong. And don't believe
the
Google search results which turn up the part number associated with a
parts
broker - it doesn't mean they have it or have even heard of it.

If you are sure that this part number is NOT proprietary then tell us how
you
know this. I certainly don't know of any surefire method of knowing for a
fact
that a part number is proprietary or not and I am sure you don't either.


Michael A. Terrell
Guest

Mon Apr 07, 2008 6:50 pm   



jusme wrote:
Quote:

If you are sure that I don't have a method then, there is no point in
carrying this on.

I have been in this game for many years - over 50.


Then you know what PLONK means?


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jusme
Guest

Tue Apr 08, 2008 3:15 am   



Yes, Mikey; I know what plonk means. It means that I have run across a
spoiled snot of a kid who ASSumes that the world revolves around him and no
one else knows anything. That is because his sorry liberal parents have
spawned such e. coli as yourself.

Now, grow up someday and learn something before you try to play with the
bigboys or adults, if you prefer.


"Michael A. Terrell" <mike.terrell_at_earthlink.net> wrote in message
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Quote:

jusme wrote:

If you are sure that I don't have a method then, there is no point in
carrying this on.

I have been in this game for many years - over 50.


Then you know what PLONK means?


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Add this line to your news proxy nfilter.dat file
* drop Path:*aioe.org!not-for-mail to drop all aioe.org traffic.

http://improve-usenet.org/index.html


Use any search engine other than Google till they stop polluting USENET
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