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Dimension & notation clarification in FXLN83XXQ

01-17-2015
07:37 AM

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deepakgowda

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Hi,

I'm Deepak, i have a doubt in dimension mentioned in page 12 and 15. In the figure "footprint" there are dimensions such as 12X 0.4121, 4X 0.650 etc. I want to know what is 'X' in these dimensions.

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01-19-2015
03:33 AM

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TomasVaverka

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Hi Deepak,

The symbol X is used to indicate the number of times the dimension is repeated. The number of repetitions (e.g 12 or 4), followed by the symbol X and a space precedes the dimension text (e.g. 0.4121 or 0.65mm).

I hope it helps.

Regards,

Tomas

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