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AD725=SOIC or SOIC wide?

Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by [email protected], Aug 20, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    Since I haven't found any AD-725 component for Eagle I have to make my
    own.
    But I'm a little confused about the type of package being used. The
    datasheet simply says "16 pin SOIC" while an AD-724 component I found
    in some Eagle schematic I downloaded uses a 16-pin SOIC-wide
    configuration.

    I looked up Wikipedia, and apparently there are two 16 pin
    configurations for the 16-pin SOIC packages (http://en.wikipedia.org/
    wiki/Small-Outline_Integrated_Circuit)

    So which one is the AD-725 (and AD-724)?
     
  2. JimW52

    JimW52 Guest

    Keep reading the datasheet and all will be revealed. Look at page 3 under
    PIN CONFIGURATION and in particular page 18 (OUTLINE DIMENSIONS).

    Learning to FULLY read datasheets is essential to successfully using any
    electronic part.

    Jim
     
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