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What is D313 ?

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Peyter, Nov 16, 2003.

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  1. Peyter

    Peyter Guest

    A discrete component called D313, three pins, can't find it
    in farnell, what is it ?
  2. If it loks like a transistor, it might be one. Brobably an 2SD313, because
    transistors stamped D###(#), usually means their real name is 2SD###(#).
    (With "#" I mean any digit)
  3. Peyter

    Peyter Guest

    yes, excellent
  4. Ben Weaver

    Ben Weaver Guest

    Hmmm... One other way of interpreting it:
    If the D313 is written on the PCB (and not on the device), it's just a
    placement identifier and will bear little resemblence to the part
    number. It would just mean something like "Board 3, Diode 13".

    But if it's written on the actual device, then go with GK's advice.

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