Surface mount components
On Wed, 10 Jan 2001 13:29:13 -0500, you wrote:
R-packs can be somewhat non-standard, but you can usually apply a
'reality check' on the value, as there are only a limited number of
R-pack values in common use.
>471 = 470 pF
>101 = 100 pF
>10 = 10 pF
>2.2 = 2.2 pF
>150 = ???? [guess]
>220 = ???? [guess]
These could be either 15/22 or 150/220 - I've seen both, although the
latter often has a 'p' suffix. If in doubt, measure! At least 151 or
221 is non-ambiguous.
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