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2001\11\02@044300 by Mike Blakey

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I'm looking for a good source for PIC16F84 04P or PIC16F84A 04P in the UK, Farnell
are too expensive ! I'm looking for quantities of between 30 and 100.



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2001\11\02@045710 by Justin Fielding

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www.crownhill.co.uk
http://www.kestrel-electronics.co.uk

I have never ordered from Kestrel as the guy is not at all helpful.
Crownhill are very good any I always recieve my orders the next morning.


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2001\11\02@045718 by Bond, Peter

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> I'm looking for a good source for PIC16F84 04P or PIC16F84A
> 04P in the UK, Farnell
> are too expensive ! I'm looking for quantities of between 30 and 100.

How do Crownhill compare for your qtys?

Peter

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2001\11\02@052923 by Jinx

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F627/F628 are a lot cheaper

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2001\11\02@061955 by Mike Blakey

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What is their phone number?





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> I'm looking for a good source for PIC16F84 04P or PIC16F84A
> 04P in the UK, Farnell
> are too expensive ! I'm looking for quantities of between 30 and 100.

How do Crownhill compare for your qtys?

Peter

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2001\11\02@063424 by Justin Fielding

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------_ 2001\11\02@081637 by Bond, Peter
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> What is their phone number?

http://www.crownhill.co.uk

+44 (0) 1353 666709
(all in the contact info section)

Used them a few times, always been very happy with the service.

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2001\11\03@054922 by Benjamin Bromilow

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> > What is their phone number?
>
> http://www.crownhill.co.uk
>
> +44 (0) 1353 666709
> (all in the contact info section)
>
> Used them a few times, always been very happy with the service.
>

I can second that. My PICs and EEPROMs (Microchip I2C) came this morning. I
ordered them less than 48 hours ago. Cheap as chips too. 1.95+vat for 16F84
but also for 16F628 so I've gone for those instead.....
Good price for the EEPROM too and they have bits like oscillators and
transistors etc......
... Still have to go to Maplins for some bits though!

Ben

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2001\11\04@034400 by Philip Pemberton

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Benjamin Bromilow said:
> > > What is their phone number?
> >
> > http://www.crownhill.co.uk
> >
> > +44 (0) 1353 666709
> > (all in the contact info section)
> >
> > Used them a few times, always been very happy with the service.
> >
> I can second that. My PICs and EEPROMs (Microchip I2C) came this morning.
I
> ordered them less than 48 hours ago. Cheap as chips too. 1.95+vat for
16F84
> but also for 16F628 so I've gone for those instead.....
Same here - I got two 16F874s for #4.50+VAT each. Maplins wanted #12.99
incvat just for one!

> Good price for the EEPROM too and they have bits like oscillators and
> transistors etc......
You're forgetting the 14-bit 35 instruction RISC core that the PICs are so
famous for :-)
I think I spent a week reading the datasheet and I've memorized nearly every
instruction in there and what it does. Try doing that with the 8052 (IIRC it
has over 100 opcodes!)
Need I say that this is the number one reason the PIC is my favourite
microcontroller?

> ... Still have to go to Maplins for some bits though!
Try Farnell at http://www.farnell.com - a lot of the stuff they sell is cheaper
than Maplins sell it at. Believe it or not, one of the "techies" at the
local Maplins actually said Microchip were discontinuing all the PICs!!! A
quick look at Microchip's website revealed that to be entirely the opposite.
To be fair, he was a trainee...

The one thing that really annoys me is that they've discontinued most of the
wide range of semiconductors they used to sell - the TEA2000 video
generator, the TLC548 analogue-to-digital converter, a few parts from the
PIC range... The list goes on.

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2001\11\05@042218 by Bond, Peter

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> > ... Still have to go to Maplins for some bits though!
> Try Farnell at http://www.farnell.com - a lot of the stuff they sell
> is cheaper

Sometimes it is easier to nip out to Maplins than wait for delivery - kind
of...

Anyway, I can't stand navigating the Farnell site.

> The one thing that really annoys me is that they've
> discontinued most of the
> wide range of semiconductors they used to sell - the TEA2000 video
> generator, the TLC548 analogue-to-digital converter, a few
> parts from the
> PIC range... The list goes on.

I was in there on Saturday (the shame, the shame...) and nearly every part I
was after had been discontinued.  Nothing out of the ordinary, just some
NPNs and some transformers.  Farnell would have been quicker, after all.

Peter

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2001\11\05@055732 by cdb

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Peter,

Yes, even though I am living in Aus at the moment, Maplin aren't what they
used to be esp since they were bought out. I used to use them like the WH
Smiths of components, but no more.

It might be worth keeping an eye on http://www.bowood-electronics.co.uk they don't
stock them yet (PICS) but the prices they've got for other stuff is quite
keen.

Colin

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2001\11\05@131809 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 09:20 AM 11/5/01 -0000, you wrote:

>I was in there on Saturday (the shame, the shame...) and nearly every part I
>was after had been discontinued.  Nothing out of the ordinary, just some
>NPNs and some transformers.  Farnell would have been quicker, after all.

This is the death knell of these local shops. As soon as people realize that
they can get EXACTLY what they want the next day without raising their butt
from
their chair the attraction of these places is pretty much finished. In fact,
if couriers began to offer at least one (non premium) weekend delivery, it
would
make a big difference.

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2001\11\05@143722 by Benjamin Bromilow

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From: Bond, Peter <RemoveMEPBondEraseMEspamEraseMETANDBERGTV.COM>

> Sometimes it is easier to nip out to Maplins than wait for delivery - kind
> of...
> I was in there on Saturday (the shame, the shame...) and nearly every part
I
> was after had been discontinued.  Nothing out of the ordinary, just some
> NPNs and some transformers.  Farnell would have been quicker, after all.
>
> Peter

That's why I try to avoid Maplins unless the part I need is something really
common. Otherwise I just end up driving all that way to order it anyway.....
In the past they offered to send me (mail free) any components they didn't
have. Nowadays it's definately DIY (ie come and collect). I guess the postal
costs became too much. Whenever I went in, they ended up sending
something.....
I totally agree about the Farnell web site. I avoid Farnell wherever
possible!

Ben

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