No exact or substring matches. trying for part
'Info about LM75... quick navigation of National's '
In general, for National parts, you will find that the
page for that part will fit that pattern. I.e., if the
name of a part is XXYYY, then the main page for that part
will live at http://www.national.com/pf/XX/XXYYY.html.
The XX is always the first two characters of the part
name in upper case, and the YYY is the remainder
of the name, however long, also in upper case. For
another example, the AD08034 will be described
The YYY will generally include any revision
modifiers (e.g. the page for the NDF7000A is at
http://www.national.com/pf/ND/NDF7000A.html), but will
exclude the package suffix: The page for the LM35DZ is
If it isn't clear how much of the partname is the
name and how much is a package suffix, the directory
http://www.national.com/pf/ is searchable, as are the
subdirectories thereof. There are also a couple of ringers
in the directory names, like 6x. Also, there are two
text files, prod_catalog.txt and prod_search.txt,
both in http://www.national.com/pf/, that can
also help you zoom right in to the page you need.
BTW, this is probably the start of a good thread...
How do you do this for other vendors?
On Mon, Mar 15, 1999 at 11:33:31PM +0100, JAM [Naish] wrote:
Bob Drzyzgula It's not a problem
drzyzgula.org until something bad happens bob
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