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Default Equivalency Search Tool

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If some of you, like me, are forever messing about with vintage/obsolete solid-state equipment, here is a handy website to find out equivalencies for obsolete semi-conductors, that also includes my latest search. Put in what you have on top, and it spits out equivalencies below.

https://alltransistors.com/crsearch....fe=20&caps=TO3


I am sure most of you have this tool already, or something similar, but for the one-or-two otherwise, there it is.


Peter Wieck
Melrose Park, PA

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