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2002\05\28@125552 by Tal (Zapta)

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Hello,

What are good general hard copy catalogue that you have found useful ?

Currently we are using DigiKey (http://www.digikey.com) and Newark (http://www.newark.com)

Thanks,

Tal

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2002\05\28@130810 by Olin Lathrop

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> What are good general hard copy catalogue that you have found useful ?
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> Currently we are using DigiKey (http://www.digikey.com) and Newark
(http://www.newark.com)

I also keep the Jameco catalog handy.  I wouldn't use it for buying
production parts because you never know what they will stock next week.
Jameco can be the best place to get generic "lab stock" parts or stuff for
one-off projects.


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2002\05\28@132312 by Lawrence Lile

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Digikey  http://www.digikey.com   General parts
Mouser  http://www.mouser.com  General parts
Jameco  http://www.jameco.com  More hobbyist and prototype lab oriented
technitool  http://www.techni-tool.com    Test equipment, furniture and soldering
tools, quite inexpensive
Davis Instruments (search on it)  Heavy duty test equipment


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2002\05\28@132929 by Pic Dude

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Jameco and JDR are others that I find useful, but I'm
dealing with hobbyist quantities.  You might also find
Mouser useful.

Cheers,
-Neil.



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2002\05\28@141841 by Peter L. Peres

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On Tue, 28 May 2002, Olin Lathrop wrote:

>> What are good general hard copy catalogue that you have found useful ?
>>
>> Currently we are using DigiKey (http://www.digikey.com) and Newark
>(http://www.newark.com)
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>I also keep the Jameco catalog handy.  I wouldn't use it for buying
>production parts because you never know what they will stock next week.
>Jameco can be the best place to get generic "lab stock" parts or stuff for
>one-off projects.

Idem http://www.mouser.com

Peter

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2002\05\28@142658 by Dale Botkin

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Mouser.

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2002\05\28@152619 by Paul Hutchinson

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> Digikey  http://www.digikey.com   General parts
> Mouser  http://www.mouser.com  General parts
> Jameco  http://www.jameco.com  More hobbyist and prototype lab oriented
> technitool  http://www.techni-tool.com    Test equipment, furniture and soldering
> tools, quite inexpensive
> Davis Instruments (search on it)  Heavy duty test equipment

http://www.davisontheweb.com/

Paul

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2002\05\28@161100 by Al Williams

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Try http://catalogs.google.com -- easier than thumbing through the paper
catalogs...

Al Williams
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2002\05\28@163734 by Tal (Zapta)

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Wow !

It allows to perform a global search in all catalogs.

Thanks,

Tal

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2002\05\28@164844 by Russell McMahon

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> >> What are good general hard copy catalogue that you have found useful ?

> >> Currently we are using DigiKey (http://www.digikey.com) and Newark
> >(http://www.newark.com)

> >I also keep the Jameco catalog handy.  I wouldn't use it for buying
> >production parts because you never know what they will stock next week.
> >Jameco can be the best place to get generic "lab stock" parts or stuff
for
> >one-off projects.
>
> Idem http://www.mouser.com

RS                http://www.rselectronics.com
Farnell          http://www.farnell.com                    & select country

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2002\05\28@202724 by Rick C.

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www.goldmine-elec.com/   neat stuff
http://www.oselectronics.com/    hard to find parts...old xtal radio parts
http://www.fairradio.com/     miliary surplus....pricey though...hard to find
tubes
Rick



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2002\05\28@204621 by Michael Johnston

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I would recommend http://www.bgmicro.com a very cool site has lot of old and
new parts and cool stuff.           Mike Johnston
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2002\05\29@014816 by M. Adam Davis

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Most of the really useful ones have been listed, but you might also look
into MCM Electronics.

They have some of the specialized tools (security bits, etc) that are
difficult to find elsewhere.  Very useful for modifying existing
electronics.

-Adam

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2002\05\29@083847 by John Marshall

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   Just wondering...I haven't noticed Allied Electronics in this thread.
Perhaps I missed it. I've been buying from them (and Newark) for...Oh God I
don't want to think about it, but it was LONG ago. I think it was before tubes.
Better prices than Newark too.  http://www.alliedelec.com
Regards,
       John Marshall

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2002\05\29@085859 by Russell McMahon

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> Perhaps I missed it. I've been buying from them (and Newark) for...
... ........  it was LONG ago. I think it was before tubes.

Maybe you lnow Lee deForest then ? :-)


           RM

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2002\05\29@112410 by Harold M Hallikainen

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Another nice source is http://www.findchips.com .

Harold

On Tue, 28 May 2002 13:35:21 -0700 "Tal (Zapta)" <talspamspam_OUTZAPTA.COM> writes:
> Wow !
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> It allows to perform a global search in all catalogs.
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> Thanks,
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> Tal
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2002\05\30@221627 by Brandon Fosdick

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Harold M Hallikainen wrote:
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> Another nice source is http://www.findchips.com .

Now that looks like a useful site. I just did a search for PIC18F452 and found a
place with them in stock for about US$8.

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2002\05\30@235801 by Mark J. Dulcey

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Brandon Fosdick wrote:
> Harold M Hallikainen wrote:
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>>Another nice source is http://www.findchips.com .
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> Now that looks like a useful site. I just did a search for PIC18F452 and found a
> place with them in stock for about US$8.

It is a well-done engine. I didn't find any PIC18F452 parts, though -
not in DIP packages, anyway. Future-Active does have some 18F252 DIPs,
in case anybody needs them. Digi-Key currently has 18F242 and 18F442
parts (the versions with less RAM and flash memory), but no 18F252 or
18F452s.

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2002\05\31@155436 by rusque (listas)

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Hello,

   I've found recently http://www.americaii.com. Very kind people, good prices,
huge stock.

   Best regards,

   Brusque

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2002\05\31@180449 by Tal (Zapta)

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Look like these guys require user registration and it may take them up to
48 hours before they email you the password.

Why bother? DigiKey is one click away.

Am I missing something ?

Tal


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'[EE]: General catalogue recomendation'
2002\06\01@010925 by Paul Hutchinson
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The purchasing guy where I work has gotten some very good service, delivery
and pricing (quantity 100 - 2000 pcs) from this supplier.

Paul

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2002\06\01@014820 by Pic Dude

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Actually hit AmericaII for the first time yesterday.  One
thing I did not like was waiting for someone to track down
a price for me, as opposed to Digikey's system that let's
me shop for parts at the oddest times, like now.  But
the people were very friendly indeed.

Placed my first order with Digikey at 3pm today, and left
the house.  When I got back in tonight, I got an email
stating that it was shipped, UPS ground was only $4.67,
(on $120 worth of parts) and no other charges.  Tracking
# included.  Sweet!

As a quick recap, $25 worth of parts (just 2 semis to be
specific) at Newark came with a bunch of other charges
that brought it up to $38!!!  Included in that was an 11%
sales tax, which is odd, since the sales tax is not 11%
at their sales office, where they shipped it from, nor
here in my homestate.  I doubt this is legal.  They also
added a shipping insurance charge which is odd, since UPS
already insures the parts to $100.

I'll definitely be back at Digikey .... for reasons other
than as a datasheet search engine.  :-)

Cheers,
-Neil.



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2002\06\01@114645 by Michael Johnston

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Are you sure Digikey charged you $4.25 for shipping. I  recently ordered
about 50 dollars worth of parts from them and they didn't charge shipping
but this in the us. If you order is more than 25 dollars they don't charge
for shipping. They seem to be more reasonable than other mail places.
Mike Johnston
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2002\06\01@120127 by Mark J. Dulcey

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Michael Johnston wrote:
> Are you sure Digikey charged you $4.25 for shipping. I  recently ordered
> about 50 dollars worth of parts from them and they didn't charge shipping
> but this in the us. If you order is more than 25 dollars they don't charge
> for shipping. They seem to be more reasonable than other mail places.

If you mail in your order with a check, they don't charge shipping. If
you order from their web site, they do charge, though the charges are
reasonable. Some other distributors hit you with exhorbitant shipping
and handling fees.

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2002\06\03@131622 by Scott M. Thomas

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On their website they charge shipping regardless of order amount.  If the
order is less than $25 they charge an addition $5 for handling.

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2002\06\03@131625 by Scott M. Thomas

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Interesting, I will have to check that out.  I am usually too impatient to
deal with snail mail though!  ;)

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2002\06\03@201447 by miked

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For small orders(less than 2 pounds), USPS from them is a lot cheaper(since they
charge by the ounce instead of UPS's minimum). If you pick 'ship by lowest cost
method' they will not choose USPS since there is no tracking/insurance. Shipping for
my current online order is $1.45 .

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2002\06\04@190214 by Pic Dude

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Yes, they charged me $4.67, and I can't complain.  That's
more than fair for ~ $120 of parts.  The check idea sounds
good for those times I need just a few pieces of something,
but I'm usually too impatient, and $4.67 is defintely
worth my time.



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