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    I think we got the message, but ONE COPY of the post in the appropriate Category is more than enough!

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    Thumbs up Digikey is great for datasheets too

    Hello,

    Often, when I want to find a datasheet, I go to www.digikey.com.

    Search for the part number and, more often than not, there will be a capital "D" at the far right.

    Click on that and you will see datasheets and often supporting documents (i.e. errata, app notes).

    Anyway, it works for me.

    Sometimes, if I can't find what I want there, I try the Newark website - www.newarkinone.com. Their site is a bit sluggish in comparison though.

    Regards.
    Last edited by picnaut; - 13th August 2005 at 01:31.
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    Default Free DataSheet Site..

    http://www.datasheet.in

    Very Good Site.

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