I agree, but for the beginner it is often not easy to understand this information. Onym, if you have found the datasheet for a component (this should not be too hard using google) and there remain questions, post the link to the datasheet here in this forum and people will probably soon help you.The manufacturer's datasheet is the best source of information no matter what device you are investigating.
It is unfortunate that beginners are face with a daunting challenge when it comes to understanding datasheets. The information needed from a given datasheet is often obscured by a dizzying array of tables and graphs. Still manufacturing datasheets are the best place to turn to for operating limits for devices from passive resistors usually consisting of single pages to the more complicated ARM microcontrollers with datasheets approaching 1000 pages.....but for the beginner it is often not easy to understand this information.
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