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Old 6th June 2003, 04:22 PM   #1
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Hi folks

I have just downloaded the datasheets for the above devices, and nowhere on them can I find the pinouts. Can anyone help?

http://www.onsemi.com/site/products/...L1302A,00.html
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Hi folks

I have just downloaded the datasheets for the above devices, and nowhere on them can I find the pinouts. Can anyone help?

http://www.onsemi.com/site/products/...L1302A,00.html

In the page 6 of the datasheets ...you have a fig. with the legs of the transistor with numbers:
-1-base
-2-colector
-3-emiter

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n the page 6 of the datasheets ...you have a fig. with the legs of the transistor with numbers:
-1-base
-2-colector
-3-emiter
Thanks for that, but I can't see it in the version I just downloaded...
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In the transistor legs...from left to right...just in the top of the legs...
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Yup, I can see the numbers, but not the E, B, or C designations
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Yup, I can see the numbers, but not the E, B, or C designations

Sorry, couldn't resist:
Why can't they put it on the datasheet?

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Sorry, couldn't resist:
Why can't they put it on the datasheet?

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Thanks guys

I have emailed Onsemi to see what their excuse is!
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Thanks guys

I have emailed Onsemi to see what their excuse is!

They'll probably give you this
http://www.onsemi.com/pub/Collateral/340G-02.PDF
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