Znner diode data
pete at dunnington.plus.com
Sat Jan 23 14:47:58 CST 2010
On 23/01/2010 20:12, Tony Duell wrote:
> The quick versions :
> Does anyone know of a book or website which gives brief characteristics
> of zemer diodes?
> The actual device I am looking for info on is a 1N5365 , but knowing
> where to look in future would be useful.
That's a 36V 5W zener. I usually look things like that up on Farnell's
website -- just go to http://uk.farnell.com/ and type the part number
into the Product Search box :-) Or look in the Farnell paper catalogue,
if you have a copy.
I've also got a set of three 1997 Japanese semiconductor data books; one
is called The Diode Manual, another is The Transistor Manual and the
other is called The FET Manual. I occasionally find them useful becasue
they list lots of Japanese type numbers (not very recent ones,
obviously). I frequently find them a bit frustrating because all the
text is in Japanese (the numbers and operating parameter are mostly in
Roman numerals and symbols though), but that's why they were so cheap
(£1 for the set, IIRC).
Pete Peter Turnbull
University of York
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