DevHeads Demo: How to Read A Datasheet

We get it. You're a pro. You don't need a refresher on how to organize and name your design files, where to find the best distributors, or how to read a data sheet... But in case you do, in this DevHeads Demo we're joined again by DevHeads resident hardware design expert Petr Dvorak, who explains what to look for in, how to find, and then how to read a good electronic component data sheet. It's a skill many of us take for granted until it's too late—which usually happens to be when you need part information the most. Join us for a brief overview that will help you—and hopefully manufacturers—make the most of your time when reviewing documentation. https://youtu.be/H3RzU_EUhGA
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DevHeads Demo: How to Read A Datasheet
We get it. You're a pro. You don't need a refresher on how to organize and name your design files, where to find the best distributors, or how to read a data sheet... But in case you do, in this DevHeads Demo we're joined again by DevHeads resident hardware design expert Petr Dvorak, who explains what to look for in, how to find, and then how t...
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Chimmuanya Okere43d ago
@Petr Dvořák how about when the datasheet is not field with enough information, but they provided a reference design that suits your application, what do you do in that situation
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Petr Dvořák38d ago
It is rather an artificial case. When the company is open to deliver the reference design documentation, all the pieces of information are reflected in the datasheet. If the company does not care about keeping all the valuable information in the datasheet, 🪛 them and let's find another device by a company who cares about important things.