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I work in the electronics repair industry repairing all types of electronic devices, from high voltage drives
to microprocessor boards. It is not always easy to find the right information on electronic components and manufacturers.
With this mind I have set up CliveTEC in order to speed up this process.
If you would like to set this page as your Homepage just click here.
I work in the electronics repair industry repairing all types of electronic devices, from high voltage drives to microprocessor boards. It is not always easy to find the right information on electronic components and manufacturers. With this mind I have set up CliveTEC in order to speed up this process.
Finally I have completed my first major update of the SMD Marking Codes pages.
There are now nearly twice as many codes listed here than on any other site, nearly 8000 in fact. Please check it out
and donít forget to bookmark this site if you haven't already.
SMD Marking Codes
MOSFET Cross Reference
3 Phase Wiring
This section is for locating datasheets. I may add my own PDF files here at some point in the future, but until then you check out Datasheet Archive or Datasheet Catalog. At Doom.com you will need to give an email address to obtain a weeks free trial of this site. For current production components AmericanMicroSemi can be very good also. There are some good pages of Transistor Data here. If you can't find the required datasheet on any of these sites then using the Google search box below type in "LM741 datasheet" for example; you will get more meaningful links than if you were to leave out the word "datasheet". If you really want the LM741 datasheet you can download it from here. You can also search CliveTEC by clicking on the CliveTEC radio button, but not all pages have been indexed yet I hope that they will have been indexed by the end of June.
If you have tried your usual sources and drawn a blank, try doing a search on Net Components (membership required), as this will usually supply a list of electronic component suppliers and distributors for the components that you are looking for. Or, checkout the manufacturers website for a list of local suppliers / distributors.
You can also check on Dial Electronics or as an amature Maplin holds a very good range.
This last section can be used to find phone numbers and addresses of UK company's. You can also do a search for different kinds of manufacturers i.e.. "RESISTORS" "CAPACITORS" etc. This can be very useful if you are after a special one off component, as you can often get a sample sent Free Of Charge.
Try Applegate or Kellysearch and if all else fails there is always good old Yellow Pages.
If you would like to contribute to the SMD Marking Codes or MOSFET Cross Reference pages, please email
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This page last updated on 14-10-05 by CliveTEC