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where can i find old components datasheets?

Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by Mrmike, Oct 29, 2003.

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  1. Mrmike

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  2. Gary Tait

    Gary Tait Guest

    Getting less an less stuff though, unless you pay for it.
    A a poor hobbyist, I'd like to know of a site that is as good as they
    used to be.
  3. Mrmike wrote:

    [Nothing - nada - zilch - zero - nichts]

    Like *what* components? Light bulbs? Ferrets?


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  4. Jim

    Jim Guest

    Yeah, for a while they rocked. They've started locking more and more away
    I've had decent results with a google search, depending on the popularity of
    the part. has something, although I haven't had any luck
    with it so far.

  5. Guest

    Dial electronics in the UK <> now has free
    datasheets, too. No idea how long it will last.

    As of today, they offer nothing at all. Another one bites the dust!
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