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Benderthe.evilrobot

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<kimr17712@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:67c78c43-939a-4afb-925f-63b399e68267@googlegroups.com...
> Is 2SD1555 can be use to replace from D5703?

Asian transistors invariably leave out the "2S" from the part number printed
on the device.

There are plenty of sites that have data sheet archives.


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On Sunday, 24 April 2016 20:37:12 UTC+1, barbie...@gmail.com wrote:
Op dinsdag 3 september 1996 09:00:00 UTC+2 schreef E Pekka A Saari:
I'm trying to repair Panasonic NV-G40 VCR Power Supply
(VEP01338A / VEK3702 / VGH1476-1). So far I have found
three blown components:

D17: diode SV0381,
QR1: transistor? A143TA
D12: zenerdiode with just color code: red and black

Any ideas where to find specs for these?

It would also be usefull to have a pinout for a hybrid
regulator STK5340. It has eight pins and number one is ground.
In the SMPS-hybrid-FAQ -file the closest is STK5333.

I will appreciate any help.

T: Pekka
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Pekka Saari E-mail Pekka.Saari@Helsinki.FI
Gresantie 9 A, Kauniainen, Finland Tel +358-0-5055 812

Reading it now 4-2016 psu does nothing, looks like it is in primairy part...
 

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On Tuesday, February 10, 1998 at 2:00:00 AM UTC-6, Ronald Brent Clements wrote:
Does anyone out there have information on the stall torque (holding torque?)
and max/min slew rate of the Tandon KPM4-001 Stepper. I have scavanged one
of these as a test for a controller I am developing at school, and for my
report I require this information. I have found the connector configuration
on a web page.

Brent "NARF" Clements
Looking for the same information. Also, what was the web page you found with the connector information?
 

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On Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 5:58:57 AM UTC+8, Paul Taylor wrote:
Hello. Anyone got a .pdf datasheet for the Sharp LM64C35P LCD display?

All I managed to find after an hour of searching is its connector
pinout.

I'd like to know how it's interface works for a start :)

TIA

Paul Taylor
check datasheet here
https://www.facebook.com/LM64C35P/
 
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John Robertson

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On 2018/01/06 3:28 AM, mico@shunlongwei.com wrote:
On Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 5:58:57 AM UTC+8, Paul Taylor wrote:
Hello. Anyone got a .pdf datasheet for the Sharp LM64C35P LCD display?

All I managed to find after an hour of searching is its connector
pinout.

I'd like to know how it's interface works for a start :)

TIA

Paul Taylor

check datasheet here
https://www.facebook.com/LM64C35P/
I doubt that the OP (Paul Taylor) is still looking - 16 years after
posting...

John ;-#)#

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Op donderdag 28 januari 1999 09:00:00 UTC+1 schreef gw...@redrose.net:
Does any one have the rom code listing for the National Semiconductor
Digitalker (MM54104) speech roms. Just purchased (2) sets from Jameco, but
their first set was definitely bad, and with the second set, I'm not
convinced there not a problem with them. Any help would be greatly
appreciated. Thanks--Jerry

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This reply might have taken a while, but beware that the Digitalker ROMs are a bit odd. For SSR1 and 5, CS needs to be high, for SSR2 and 6, CS needs to be low. If you use both, A13 of the MM54104 does this for you.
 

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On Saturday, October 16, 1999 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-4, Paul Johnson wrote:
I'm trying to get a baud rate generator for a 6850 ACIA to drive the
Tx and Rx clock inputs. Can anyone help with information on where to buy
a common part or what to use?
When I was used a 6850 on a homebrew 68000 CPU board I used a 14411 baud rate generator with a 1.8432 MHz crystal. It can generate all the common (and a few not so common) baud rates by setting the state of some pins on the 14411.
 
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three_jeeps

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On Friday, November 30, 2018 at 2:11:26 AM UTC-5, David Lesher wrote:
Got a sad email today:


It is with sincere regret that we are announcing the final days for HSC in Silicon Valley.

After 54 years we will be closing our doors for the final time on Saturday, January 12, 2019.

We hope you can stop by or visit our website and stock up on high tech goodies one last time.

The deals will be better than ever!


https://www.halted.com
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omg ...a host is a host....lol....haven't heard that one since mid 80s...lol a moldy oldie...
 
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Robert Baer

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David Lesher wrote:
Got a sad email today:


It is with sincere regret that we are announcing the final days for HSC in Silicon Valley.

After 54 years we will be closing our doors for the final time on Saturday, January 12, 2019.

We hope you can stop by or visit our website and stock up on high tech goodies one last time.

The deals will be better than ever!


https://www.halted.com
Thanks.
What will happen to the ducks that used to walk across the street in
the back?
 
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Ken Hill

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replying to Sharp Guy, Ken Hill wrote:
Hi, I need the control panel if you think it works. My buttons fell off.

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