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2007\06\07@111120 by Vasile Surducan

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Hi,
I've deal with Digikey and Mouser.
There is any other big dealer for electronic components having real
huge stock in US ?
I need an 18.414MHz TCXO and have no time waiting till some producer
will manufacture it.

thank you,
Vasile

2007\06\07@124703 by Rich

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AVNET, Great service!

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Subject: [EE] top 5 american distributors for electronic components


> Hi,
> I've deal with Digikey and Mouser.
> There is any other big dealer for electronic components having real
> huge stock in US ?
> I need an 18.414MHz TCXO and have no time waiting till some producer
> will manufacture it.
>
> thank you,
> Vasile
> --

2007\06\07@135910 by Cristóvão Dalla Costa

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I buy regularly from http://www.newark.com
Their range of components is at least as big as Digikey's, if not bigger,
and much larger than Mouser's.

On 6/7/07, Vasile Surducan <piclist9spamKILLspamgmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
> I've deal with Digikey and Mouser.
> There is any other big dealer for electronic components having real
> huge stock in US ?
> I need an 18.414MHz TCXO and have no time waiting till some producer
> will manufacture it.
>
> thank you,
> Vasile
> -

2007\06\07@141219 by Marcel Duchamp

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Vasile Surducan wrote:
> Hi,
> I've deal with Digikey and Mouser.
> There is any other big dealer for electronic components having real
> huge stock in US ?
> I need an 18.414MHz TCXO and have no time waiting till some producer
> will manufacture it.
>
> thank you,
> Vasile

A good starting point is http://findchips.com/

If you have a part number for something, try it out.

They don't cover 100% of the distributors but for the ones they do have
access to, they do a reasonable job (and quick) of letting you know who
sells a given part number.

Although their name is find"chips", they find anything that the
distributors carry.  I looked up a soldering iron number through them
last week.  And stuff like hardware and so on.  If it has a part number
they can help you find it.

They do rely on data from the disties so it isn't always perfect.

2007\06\07@160502 by alan smith

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Mail/web ordering
 
 Mouser
 Digikey
 JameCo
 Newark
 All Electronics (take your chances)
 Electronic Goldmine (take your chances)
 There used to be a place in Tempe...back in the 90's....smallish catalog but carried stock..anyone recall?
 
 Then...
 Arrow
 Avnet
 Future
 NewHorizons
 All American (chapter 11...just bought by Master Distributor...mostly passives)
 
 
 These are the regular disties...but you might be surprised at what they stock
 
 

Vasile Surducan <.....piclist9KILLspamspam.....gmail.com> wrote:
 Hi,
I've deal with Digikey and Mouser.
There is any other big dealer for electronic components having real
huge stock in US ?
I need an 18.414MHz TCXO and have no time waiting till some producer
will manufacture it.

thank you,
Vasile

2007\06\07@163045 by Peiserma

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piclist-bounces@mit.edu wrote:
>   These are the regular disties...but you might be surprised at what
> they stock

try also allied (http://www.alliedelec.com) They are also a stocking distributor

2007\06\07@170939 by alan smith

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duh...of course...Allied.
 
 Component Specialists in Tempe.....dunno if they are still around or not, but they used to be a good stocking distributor back in the day

EraseMEpeisermaspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTridgid.com wrote:
 piclist-bouncesspamspam_OUTmit.edu wrote:
> These are the regular disties...but you might be surprised at what
> they stock

try also allied (http://www.alliedelec.com) They are also a stocking distributor

2007\06\07@185925 by Neil Baylis

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>   All Electronics (take your chances)


All Electronics is not a distributor. They only sell surplus.

2007\06\07@234020 by Carey Fisher

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Neil Baylis wrote:
>>   All Electronics (take your chances)
>>    
>
>
> All Electronics is not a distributor. They only sell surplus.
>  
Our Contract Mfr uses netCOMPONENTS (netcomponents.com)
to source hard to find parts.  They also sell surplus parts through it.

From the netCOMPONENTS website:
"The worlds largest destination for the sourcing and
procurement of electronic components in a direct,
disclosed (non-anonymous) and vendor-neutral environment."
Carey

2007\06\10@102128 by Dave Lag

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Carey Fisher wrote:
> Neil Baylis wrote:
>
>>>  All Electronics (take your chances)
>>>    
>>
>>
>>All Electronics is not a distributor. They only sell surplus.
>>  
>
> Our Contract Mfr uses netCOMPONENTS (netcomponents.com)
> to source hard to find parts.  They also sell surplus parts through it.
>
>  From the netCOMPONENTS website:
> "The worlds largest destination for the sourcing and
> procurement of electronic components in a direct,
> disclosed (non-anonymous) and vendor-neutral environment."
> Carey
>
This looks to me much like partminer ?
Wonder if they use that same "asian?" database that gets google hits
across multiple vendors whe I search for hard-to-gets ?
D

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