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Download schematic symbols, PCB footprints, & datasheets for the B by NEC. Exports to OrCAD, Allegro, Altium, PADS, Eagle, KiCad & Pulsonix. (PDF) B Datasheet PDF, SOTL Plastic-Encapsulate Transistors B Semiconductors datasheet search & download site (Privacy Policy & Contact). It is still possible to find out a lot about the transistor from its package and also the circuit in which it is being used. In this way nec b transistor is usually.

Breadboard view in Fritzing The schematics editor is nice better than circuits. Probably not a bit useful for an experienced electronics hacker, but still kind of cute.

The UI feels a bit dated, to be honest. But also quite efficient, given the vast number of components available.

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Seems lots of people also create their own Eagle libraries with various components, so there is a good chance you can find, download, install and use existing libraries.

Of the three tools Eagle is by far the best, even when considering the somewhat steep learning curve.

Give it an hour and you will be able to create fairly complex circuits. PCB layout is still a bit of an art, no matter what product you use — you just have to learn as you go along, and from mistakes.

Eagle does have some nice tools for eliminating the most obvious errors though — once again, nice.

All in all, going forward Eagle will still be the preferred solution around here. Posted on One dollar variable fan controller While trying out various computer and network gear, I quite often find the fans too loud.

They are of course there for a good reason, but experience tells that the device usually works just fine with less cooling. Best case one or more fans can be removed altogether, even though that is typically not recommended. They are of course put there for a good reason.. Anyway, I have repeatedly found myself looking for an easy solution to control the speed of regular 12V fans.

Something that is just plug-and-play. Ideally also cheap or even free. These 12V fans usually run just fine down to volts, but at lower rpms, and thus quieter.

Just what was needed! A possible drawback of the design is the fact that a linear regulator like the will get rid of all well… most anyway excess energy as heat.

A proper heat sink is thus definitely needed. An option would be to use some kind of low drop-out voltage controller to get the upper limit closer to 12V , but it would have the same issue with heat dissipation. You might be able to get some free samples too if you just want to play around with them. Most of them are not too expensive though. All working well thus, and the story could have ended there.. However, a week or two later i was pulling apart an old PC when I found a couple of Zalman Fanmate 2 controllers… Too much of a coincidence not to see what made them tick.

Zalman Fan Mate 2, variable fan controller After pulling one apart it turns out it is using exactly the same circuit as above!

Interestingly enough the Zalman controller costs ca USD 7 — not a huge amount of money, but one dollar to download the components of your own or even zero! No screws. About Ptarmigan Labs Welcome!

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It might be too early days for it now, but good things come to those who wait… I also liked the feature where you, given a PCB board design, can get files for 3D printing or milling a custom case for your board. Go fork it! Fritzing This is also a pretty new project, with a lot of promise.

Not sure I would want to go this route with a full project though — I always get suspicious about software that offer a link to some third party service in this case for manufacturing of PCBs. It probably works perfectly fine — I just feel left without the control I want to have.

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Breadboard view in Fritzing The schematics editor is nice better than circuits. Probably not a bit useful for an experienced electronics hacker, but still kind of cute. The UI feels a bit dated, to be honest. But also quite efficient, given the vast number of components available.

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Seems lots of people also create their own Eagle libraries with various components, so there is a good chance you can find, download, install and use existing libraries. Of the three tools Eagle is by far the best, even when considering the somewhat steep learning curve.

Give it an hour and you will be able to create fairly complex circuits. PCB layout is still a bit of an art, no matter what product you use — you just have to learn as you go along, and from mistakes.I am sure there are ways around it, but even though I really searched for it, I also failed to find a traditional symbol such as the one in the second image, and was left with the one used in the top schematic.

It probably works perfectly fine — I just feel left without the control I want to have. I am sure there are ways around it, but even though I really searched for it, I also failed to find a traditional symbol such as the one in the second image, and was left with the one used in the top schematic. Go fork it!

Not sure I would want to go this route with a full project though — I always get suspicious about software that offer a link to some third party service in this case for manufacturing of PCBs. Zalman Fan Mate 2, variable fan controller After pulling one apart it turns out it is using exactly the same circuit as above! It has a hole in the middle and is a rectangle shape I found very little on these while googleing.

Employs 6 Nec Ge transistors. But maybe there are other options..