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SMD marking codes revealed
posted March 27 2012 6:04.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Herctrap, a pcbheaven reader and DIY content creator sent me this link recently. I was very happy to receive it since i have began working extensively with SMD packages, and some parts like transistor and diodes have really weird-looking markings on them. In this link you will find these SMD marking revealed! Thanks [Herctrap]!

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