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Electronics acronyms

Electronics acronyms

Electronics acronyms

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Wondering what the TRE and APM acronyms mean in electronics when looking at transistors?

Example of a 2N3819 transistor with different ordering options https://www.mouser.co.uk/c/?q=2n3819

I'm gona guess its post-manufacturing cleaning options?

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RE: Electronics acronyms

TRE = tape and reel.

haven't found APM, but also likely to be the delivery packaging system.

RE: Electronics acronyms

(OP)
Cheers 3DDave.
Maybe APM is specific to the manufacturer Central Semiconductor.

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RE: Electronics acronyms

APM: Asian Parts Manufacturers? blush

CR

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RE: Electronics acronyms

(OP)
Thank you IRstuff

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