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EEM Part Numbering System

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by RST Engineering \(jw\), Feb 14, 2007.

  1. When I made the part numbering system for the company, I used the EEM
    category as one part of the number (i.e. the 1500 series were capacitors,
    1800 series were inductors, 2100 series were connectors, and so on).

    Much to my dismay, the current EEM has dropped this designations and I
    tossed last year's books a few weeks ago when the new ones got here. I can
    only SEWAG from current part numbers what a particular series means, and I'm
    up the tributary without visible means of propulsion for new categories,
    like batteries, that I didn't have prior to this year.

    Point being, the EEM website is worthless and I'd like to find a master list
    before they all get recycled. Does anybody have a pointer to a place where
    these numbers still exist? Google was NOT my friend on this go around...at
    least not yet.

    Jim
     
  2. Not a binary NG.



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  3. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

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    Please don't post binaries to text groups - it makes all of the other
    posts expire sooner. Use .

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
  4. I agree Rich, binaries do not belong in a ng that doesn't support them.
    However, my ng host doesn't let me have nabse, so I'm sol any way you take
    it.

    If the OS with the Excel sheets would please email them to me
    I'll archive them and be glad to post them on my
    website www.rstengineering.com where anybody interested can download them.

    Jim
     
  5. Jim,

    I tried to email them to you but they bounced. Something about Sender
    Policy Framework. When I get time, I'll publish then on my website and
    post the URL's.
     
  6. Genome

    Genome Guest

    If you have not got them yet and since I am bored....

    http://www.genomerics.org/stuff/EEMProductCodes.xls
    http://www.genomerics.org/stuff/EEMProductSectionNumbers.xls

    DNA
     
  7. Thank you, sir.

    Jim
     
  8. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Excellent, now I can squash another hamster. }:)~~~

    DNA
     

  9. Why don't you move up to english donkeys?


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