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2002\09\30@132840 by Matthew Shoemaker

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Hello, I was wondering if anyone could give me some sources to purchase
components in the states.  I am just getting started and looking for small
numbers of components right now, also looking for a few bread boards and
maybe a small power supply to test on.  Any information would be helpful.
Thanks
Matt

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2002\09\30@133658 by Lucas Thompson

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I've had good luck with Mouser. They have an easy to use search on their
site:

http://www.mouser.com

Lucas Thompson


> Hello, I was wondering if anyone could give me some sources
> to purchase
> components in the states.  I am just getting started and...

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2002\09\30@142339 by Kevin A. Benedict

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Hi Matt,
If it is going to be PIC related
try http://www.phanderson.com, he has lots of great stuff
geared towrds pic etc at reasonable prices.

http://www.phanderson.com/ordering_1.html

Logic probe kit $2
WARP-13 PIC Programmer $100
http://www.olimex.com has a cheap programmer at about $20
Jameco JE21 Solderless Breadboard - $4.95
Jameco JE25 Solderless Breadboard - $15.00
Power Supply Kit - $12.00
PIC16F628-20/P, Flash, $3.25
PIC16F876-20/P, Flash, $6.95
PIC16LF877-04/P, Low Power Flash, $6.95
4.0 MHz Crystal and two 20 pFd Caps - $0.75
20.0 MHz Crystal and two 20 pFd Caps - $0.75
T1-3/4 LED, red,  integrated resistor (5V) - 4/$1.00
T1-3/4 LED, green,  integrated resistor (5V) - 4/$1.00
T1-3/4 LED, yellow,  integrated resistor (5V) - 4/$1.00
Diode 1N4004 - 10/$1.00
Zenor Diode 1N4733A (5.1V) - 10/$1.00
Resistor Package, 10 each of all of the above half watt
(130 resistors) - $5.00.
20 pFd, Ceramic - 20/$1.00
0.047 uFd, ceramic - 15/$1.00
0.1 uFd, Mylar, 20 percent - 10/$1.00
1.0 uFd (50 VDC), radial - 10/$1.00
10 uFd, (50 VDC), radial - 10/$1.00
22 uFd (50 VDC), radial - 10/$1.00
47 uFd (50 VDC), radial - 10/$1.00
100 uFd (25 VDC), radial - 10/$1.00

This is what I would recommend to anyone starting on
PICs. Buy what you can afford and go from there.
You can also try
http://www.digikey.com
http://www.jameco.com



> Hello, I was wondering if anyone could give me some
sources to purchase
> components in the states.  I am just getting started
and looking for small
> numbers of components right now, also looking for a few
bread boards and
> maybe a small power supply to test on.  Any information
would be helpful.
> Thanks
> Matt


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2002\09\30@143002 by Peter Barick

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>>> spam_OUTmshoemakerTakeThisOuTspamIRTC.NET 09/30/02 12:17PM >>>
Hello, I was wondering if anyone could give me some sources to
purchase
components in the states.
.......

Hello, Matt,

I recently bought a small (for 2 ICs) bread board from Radio Shack,
found in AnyPlace USA. It's fine and for about $8. The same looking
device was seen on a few web sites for less but had handling costs. I
believe Mouser did not have this small one as I just ordered parts there
and not a board. Mouser does carry the larger boards, some include
terminals, some powered., but >$.

For parts, I use some of the discounters on the Web: Allelectronics,
and Dan's Small Parts. Why? Because the price is Right, often with great
incentives to sell larger quantities. Do a search on those names too.

But beware, some Web sites offer parts that they do not currently have,
instead ordering them from the Far East at a great cost in time. That
maybe Ok for some, but in one case for me a month's wait was too long
and there was no certainty of when the order would arrive. I did get
that order but with some sleep lost over it.

Cheers, Peter

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2002\09\30@162022 by Dale Botkin

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In the US:

http://www.digikey.com
http://www.mouser.com
http://www.jameco.com
http://www.jdr.com
http://www.bgmicro.com

These cover nearly all the places I've looked at int eh past few years.  I
order almot exclusively from Didg-Key now, excellent search engine,
reasonable pricing on most stuff, very good shipping, no minimum (but a $5
service fee if under $25).  I almost never order from the others any more,
but that's just me.  I keep seeing neat stuff at BGMicro, they have a lot
of surplus "stuff".  Their LCD prices are absolutely killer.

Dale
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2002\09\30@170354 by Mike Mansheim

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>  Hello, I was wondering if anyone could give me some sources to purchase
> components in the states.

By mail:  digikey, as Dale said.
Walk in:  Fry's Electronics if you have one in your area (I don't, but
got to check one out in Phoenix at the masters)
And, of course, Radio Shack.
You may also be able to find surplus outfits with a good choice of new
components, breadboards, etc in addition to the surplus stuff.  Around
here (Twin Cities, MN) we have Acme Electronics and Axman.

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'[OT]: Source for components'
2002\10\01@101248 by llile
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I prototype almost everything out of Mouser, Jameco and Digikey in that
order.  I like Mouser now that they sell PICs, which I have been bugging
them to do for 7 years.  They tend to have all of the brand names I like
to specify around, whereas Digikey (still a good supplier) has too much
panasonic and not enough other brand names.  Jameco are the underdogs, and
they really focus on the hobbyist and small prototype shop which is me.
They have Microengineering labs prototype boards, which I like, and also
PICs.

Newark (http://www.newark.com) is a giant supplier with a lot of depth of stock
and a 3" thick catalog.  If you can't find it in Newark it probably isn't
available.

-- Lawrence Lile





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In the US:

http://www.digikey.com
http://www.mouser.com
http://www.jameco.com
http://www.jdr.com
http://www.bgmicro.com

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