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Old 22nd December 2005, 07:13 PM   #1
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Default quick part ordering FYI

Gents,

An FYI on parts ordering.

Just placed an order with Digikey for parts for an Aleph P.

I tried to order IRF9610 parts, but the order input kept
telling me I had to buy 50 of the darn things. So I looked
at the IR website and lo and behold there is now such a
beast as an IRF9610PBF (lead-free) version. You can place
orders for this part at Digikey for any quantity.

I think this may be the way of the future, hope I save
someone some time and maybe money - I also searched
on Mouser and they have a $4.50 substitute...

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