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Re: gEDA-user: Broken TO92 footprint

>  Yes, I think there is supposed to be a TO-92A, TO-92B, and TO-92C (the
> different orders) but nobody paid enough attention, and I'm not sure if this
> is standard, or merely convention. see attached gif that was stolen from
> http://www.kss.sd23.bc.ca/chalmers/robotics10/Labs/ComparePNPNPN/howExplained.htm

This is not good, the user has to remember that A means ECB, B means EBC, .... F means SDG, .... K means GAK (for SCR)... . Such suffix is also used for mechanical variant of the package like in TO220AB

Wojciech Kazubski

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