Transistor and Diode Binder

Big Monk

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My Small Bear order came today so I am embarking on re-testing and sorting all my diodes and transistors and cataloging them.

I’ve been using sheet protectors and a report cover for some time but bought a big 2” binder today and printed off some proper sheets:

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I like having things sorted and filed like this as it makes device selection a breeze and gives me an overview of what I have.

How do you guys sort and test your stuff?
 

finebyfine

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The binder is a super smart way to do it. I have similar sheets for transistor information that I've printed on cardstock and cut down to inch and a half squares and then tape the transistor to the non-printed side of it. I just throw them in bags by model number and drawers and boxes by polarity but the bags and boxes get chaotic fast.

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Big Monk

Well-known member
The binder is a super smart way to do it. I have similar sheets for transistor information that I've printed on cardstock and cut down to inch and a half squares and then tape the transistor to the non-printed side of it. I just throw them in bags by model number and drawers and boxes by polarity but the bags and boxes get chaotic fast.

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One of the nice things about the binder is I can see the entire spread of a single device.

It makes selecting sets very easy.
 
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