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'[OT]: Where can I get Fluke fuse.'
2005\10\20@054156 by kravnus wolf

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Hi there,

My friend is coming back from the States. Is there any
place that I am able to get Fluke meter fuse at a good
price?

I am also eyeing at HD44780-based LCD Modules - 4x2X.
Is there any site that sell them at a cheaper price.
Digikey is quite expensive. VFD looks tempting but the
cost is too high.

THANKS.
John



               
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2005\10\20@083529 by Mark Jordan

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On 20 Oct 2005 at 2:41, kravnus wolf wrote:

> I am also eyeing at HD44780-based LCD Modules - 4x2X.
> Is there any site that sell them at a cheaper price.
> Digikey is quite expensive. VFD looks tempting but the
> cost is too high.

       Ebay?


2005\10\20@084853 by John J. McDonough

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BG Micro has a variable inventory often at very good prices.  You need to
read carefully, though, as sometimes their stuff is a little unusual.

For a long time they have had some 16x1's pulled from medical devices for
$3.  These are in a weird bezel so a pain to mount, have 0.05" spacing which
makes them a pain to connect, and fairly low contrast.  But for junk
projects they are cheap and handy.  Unlike most 16x1's they are really 16x1
and not 8x2 side by side.

Digikey does have a 16x2 for around $6 which is small, but quite a nice
display.  Mouser tends to have similar stuff/prices as Digikey, but once in
a while you run across something a lot cheaper in one place or the other.

All Electronics and Ocean State Electronics tend to have a variable
inventory much like B.G, but often quite a few more choices.  Same caveats
as B.G., though.

Hamfests are a good source, if you know what you are looking for.  Read my
LCD lesson at http://www.amqrp.org/elmer160 for a few pointers.

Seems to me Wouter had some on his shop for reasonable prices -- could be
wrong there.

Every so often someone on the QRP-L reflector has some to unload.  I got
some great Seiko 20x2's there cheap a few months back.

Lots and lots of places, but a wide range of prices and features.  You gotta
keep a pocketfull of them 'lert thingies.

--McD

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2005\10\20@211920 by Denny Esterline

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(stinkin' outlook ate the tag... hmmm.. erggg...)


I assume you mean those glass tubular fuses that are larger than the 5x20 mm
size and smaller than the 1/4 x 1-1/4 inch size? They measure 1/4 x 1 inch
and are actualy called AGX fuses. I got some with my last Mouser order, but
a quick google shows lots of sources.

-Denny


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2005\10\20@214827 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 09:19 PM 10/20/2005 -0400, you wrote:
>(stinkin' outlook ate the tag... hmmm.. erggg...)
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>I assume you mean those glass tubular fuses that are larger than the 5x20 mm
>size and smaller than the 1/4 x 1-1/4 inch size? They measure 1/4 x 1 inch
>and are actualy called AGX fuses. I got some with my last Mouser order, but
>a quick google shows lots of sources.
>
>-Denny

Or maybe he's talking about the relatively large industrial cartridge fuses
which are used in many Fluke meters.

Here's the data sheet for the Buss BBS 3 600V fuse in my Fluke meter:

http://www.bussmann.com/library/bifs/2010.PDF

Note the 600VAC 10,000A interrupting capacity...

Unfortunately, Digikey has no stock, but industrial electrical wholesale
houses (eg. Grainger) would carry it.

Best regards,

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2005\10\21@151053 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> I am also eyeing at HD44780-based LCD Modules - 4x2X.
> Is there any site that sell them at a cheaper price.
> Digikey is quite expensive. VFD looks tempting but the
> cost is too high.

http://www.voti.nl/shop/p/lcd.html

Wouter van Ooijen

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