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    I need a site for cross reference (compatible ) for electronic parts

    Sample:
    Philips PRLL4001 diode is compatible with ....

    Please help

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    I don't believe there is a universal cross reference available on-line that will give you all the comparable parts from all manufacturers.

    There is a company that specializes in semiconductor replacement parts, and they do have a web site. They also offer datasheets on-line for any part they have that matches your search.

    I tried your example and got NTE621 is equivalent to PRLL4001. You can look the datasheet up yourself on their site.

    Many distributors carry the NTE parts. NTE now also owns ECG which used to be a competitor run by Phillips for replacement semiconductors.

    The web site is:

    h**p://www.nteinc.com (replace * with t)



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    Hi,

    Maybe you can try PartMiner web site.



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    Hi,
    No manufacturer give the complete cross reference only a few but for their products only. You have to look the datasheet and compare the parameters yourself, is the best way.



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    try
    http://matthieu.benoit.free.fr/cross/
    also you can buy for 72€ the ECA Vrt-disk2002
    for exemple you can buy the CD at
    http://www.stquentin.net/
    (very good mostly for transistor,diodes,
    thyristors)
    old databooks have good cross references also.
    right Partminer or "freetradezone" is a good
    source but it's expensive for a private use.
    also some manufacturers hides their
    cross reference sometime you can only make
    a search; not access a list.
    MB.
    [email]matthieu.benoit@free.fr[/email]
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    Thx for reply



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    or you can try any of this:



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    or you can try any of this:
    http://ntsvr1.nteinc.com/downloads/qc9setup.exe
    http://orpheuscomputing.com/downloads/ecgcross.zip

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