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Old 12th March 2012, 07:35 AM   #601
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I think the 2SA1381/c3503 are obsolete. Shouldn't it be replaced with a readily available part?
The same question, could we use here 2sc3423/2SA1360?
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Old 12th March 2012, 11:06 AM   #602
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I think the 2SA1381/c3503 are obsolete. Shouldn't it be replaced with a readily available part?
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The same question, could we use here 2sc3423/2SA1360?
Yes to both questions, as long as the Toshiba parts are proved genuine.

For most people, Fairchild KSA1381/KSC3503 will be the easiest to obtain. Mouser currently has stock.
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Old 12th March 2012, 12:26 PM   #603
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Yes to both questions, as long as the Toshiba parts are proved genuine.

For most people, Fairchild KSA1381/KSC3503 will be the easiest to obtain. Mouser currently has stock.
Not original from Toshiba, manufacturers is ISC for 2sc3423/2SA1360. Is that ok?
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Old 12th March 2012, 12:57 PM   #604
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I would tend towards Sanyo's 1360 rather than Toshiba's 1381.
If the ISC 1360 is a good copy that meets specification then go ahead and use it.
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Old 13th March 2012, 06:21 AM   #605
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Yes to both questions, as long as the Toshiba parts are proved genuine.

For most people, Fairchild KSA1381/KSC3503 will be the easiest to obtain. Mouser currently has stock.
These devices are obsolete. When stock run out there will probably be no more.
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Not sure where you got that but, Fairchild still shows these as 'full production'.
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Not sure where you got that but, Fairchild still shows these as 'full production'.
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Mouser Electronics - Electronic Component Distributor KSC3503
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Old 13th March 2012, 11:32 AM   #608
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It looks like the C grade packaging is EOL'd but there are still plenty of the D grades available and listed as in stock.
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It looks like the C grade packaging is EOL'd but there are still plenty of the D grades available and listed as in stock.
Yes but wont they be EOL when stock runs out?
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Finally got around to painting the box. I decided on matt black with gloss white racing stripes. Anyone know when the boards are going on sale in the store and where osstripper is?

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Hi Simon, can you tell me the internal dimensions of your chassis? Any comments / suggestions about sizing ?

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