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Posted: August 29, 2007 12:30 pm
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Below is a list of suppliers of electronic components.
The list is divided in groups by country and sorted in a more or less alphabetical order.
If you find any dead links or mistakes, please drop me a PM and I'll fix it.
Many thanks to all that contributed to this thread, especially Faraday's Cage, the person who started it.

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Worldwide

http://rswww.com/ parts
http://www.ampermetr.ru/ meters
http://www.bel-tubes.co.uk/ tubes
http://www.boiaudioworks.com/ tubes
http://www.current-logic.com/ voltage converters (china)
http://www.eao.com/ switches
http://www.eurotech.co.uk/ parts
http://www.farnell.com/ parts
http://www.futurlec.com/ parts
http://www.groovetubes.com/ tubes
http://www.meterdistributor.com/ meters
http://www.microchipdirect.com/ mcu
http://www.mouser.com/ parts
http://www.newark.com/ parts
http://www.nissei.com.tw/ meters, displays
http://www.sifam.com/ meters, knobs

Australia
http://australia.rs-online.com/web/ parts
http://www.altronics.com.au/ parts
http://www.jaycar.com.au/ parts
http://www.rockby.com.au/ parts

Europe

http://www.aliatron.pt/ parts
http://www.box73.de/catalog/ RF parts
http://www.elfa.se/ parts
http://www.helmut-singer.de/ surplus
http://www.kent-electronics.nl/ RF parts
http://www.lobtron.de/ semiconductors
http://www.mauser.pt/ parts
http://www.radionics.ie/ parts
http://www.xs4all.nl/~barendh/Indexned.htm RF parts

United Kingdom

http://dkc1.digikey.com/uk/digihome.html parts
http://www.bardwells.co.uk/ parts
http://www.bitsbox.co.uk parts
http://www.bluebellaudio.com/ parts
http://www.bowood-electronics.co.uk/ parts
http://www.canford.co.uk/ meters
http://www.coolcomponents.co.uk/catalog/ kits
http://www.cpc.co.uk/ parts
http://www.cricklewoodelectronics.com/ parts
http://www.distel.co.uk/ surplus
http://www.electronicprojectsonline.co.uk/ parts
http://www.esr.co.uk/ parts
http://www.grandata.co.uk/ parts
http://www.greenweld.co.uk/ surplus
http://www.jaycarelectronics.co.uk/ parts
http://www.maplin.co.uk/ parts
http://www.millhillsupplies.co.uk/ tools
http://www.mushroom.co.uk/stock_w.htm parts
http://www.omeg.com/ pots
http://www.rapidonline.com/ parts
http://www.skpang.co.uk/ parts
http://www.sowter.co.uk/ (audio) transformers
http://www.sycomcomp.co.uk/ parts
http://www.tech-supplies.co.uk/ parts
http://www.viewcom.force9.co.uk/index.htm parts
http://www.watfordvalves.com/ tubes
http://www1.uk.conrad.com/ parts

United States
http://goldmine-elec.com/ parts
http://sciplus.com/ surplus
http://www.ae4electronicparts.com/ parts
http://www.allelectronics.com/ parts
http://www.alliedelec.com/ parts
http://www.alltronics.com/ parts
https://www.amidoncorp.com/ magnetics
http://www.ampslab.com/ parts
http://www.apexjr.com/ parts
http://www.arrownac.com parts
http://www.bgmicro.com/ parts
http://www.cascadesurplus.com/ surplus
http://www.circuitspecialists.com/ parts
http://www.cwsbytemark.com/ ferrites, etc
http://www.digikey.com/ parts
http://www.elexp.com/ parts
http://www.elexs.com/ tubes
http://www.e-switch.com/ switches
http://www.halted.com/ parts
http://www.hmcelectronics.com/ parts, tools
http://www.hgrindustrialsurplus.com/ surplus
http://www.jameco.com/ parts
http://www.kenselectronics.com/ parts, tubes
http://www.leedselect.com/ parts
http://www.mpja.com/ parts
http://www.opamp-electronics.com/ parts
http://www.partsexpress.com/ parts
http://www.ramseyelectronics.com/ parts
http://www.redco.com/ cables, connectors
http://www.shopeio.com/ parts
http://www.sparkfun.com/ parts
http://www.state-elec.com/ custom pots & knobs
http://www.surplusshed.com/ surplus
http://www.tawelectronics.com/ capacitors
http://www.thetubecenter.com/ tubes
http://www.thetubestore.com/ tubes
http://www.tubedepot.com/ tubes
http://www.tubesandmore.com/ tubes
https://www.tubeworld.com/ tubes
http://www.vacuumtubes.com/ tubes
http://www.vacuumtubesinc.com/ tubes
http://www.vakits.com/ parts
http://www.web-tronics.com/ parts

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QUOTE (video-wall @ March 16, 2011 01:17 pm)
why are you promte these sites is there any particular reason or you are helping people.

simple ...
Newcomers to this field more often than not do not know where to find the parts they dont know they need yet.
even seasoned vets have trouble sourcing some specific parts.
by listing suppliers we save a lot of trouble looking for much of the stuff we need
Its not like you can go to a corner store and find all the parts needed for say, a 300W amplifier project .. if you can I'd like to live where you do.
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i am from China, i would continues one more option specifically in china: electronics components market place:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDocQjN7uMo

there are more than thousand of the shops there for selling the active and passive components. for the passive components where are even less than 1/3 of the european and american price. the question is many reliable sellers. it needs to work with the local people to filter them.

one more common problem for example the resistor, the supplier of high range is from the boarder torlence. it really needs to filter careful as soon as working the precise electtonics.


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QUOTE (VenomBallistics @ March 16, 2011 10:54 am)
QUOTE (video-wall @ March 16, 2011 01:17 pm)
why are you promte these sites is there any particular reason or you are helping people.

simple ...
Newcomers to this field more often than not do not know where to find the parts they dont know they need yet.
even seasoned vets have trouble sourcing some specific parts.
by listing suppliers we save a lot of trouble looking for much of the stuff we need
Its not like you can go to a corner store and find all the parts needed for say, a 300W amplifier project .. if you can I'd like to live where you do.


There are places like that in third world countries. When I lived in India, I knew places in Mumbai & Delhi where you could just walk into a store and pick up your BOM. Generally these places were multiple shops clustered on a street. If not from a single shop, you could gather everything you wanted from that street In Mumbai it was Lamington road , in Delhi, it was Lajpatrai market , in Pune, Budhwar peth & so on.

The problem in those days was the amount of import restrictions on electeronic goods. Getting sophisticated ICs and newer components/modules was somewhat difficult but buying in small quantities was never a problem. Now things have changed a lot and people are even able to import things directly if they can afford the shipping.

I am sure, these shops continue that kind of business even today. I just tried a google image search for the first two, and sure enough there are many images with electronics in them. thumbsup.gif
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thank you,i'd prefer the part of UK,.


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Could someone please help me locate the source for the following "N-Channel Power MOSFET" in the UK:

18T10GH, equivalent or better.

I have found an offering from "Advanced Power", AP18T10GH, datasheet:

http://html.alldatasheet.com/html-pdf/2890.../AP18T10GH.html

and have tried Mouser and Digikey but to no avail, due mostly to me not being aufait with electronic specs. The item is an under-rated [burnt] TO-252 DPak MOSFET surface mounted on a [Backlit] LED Driver PCB for a 27" high-ish res [2560x1440] IPS Korean monitor. There is a report that using an equivalent with an epoxied heatsink resolved the issue, the person using a cannibalised MOSFET from an expired graphics card.

All assistance is much obliged. It will save me at least 50 from what the couple of opportunistic, no guarantee, "resellers" are asking. The monitor, a 1st world Korean product sold by 3rd world Korean reseller, "Crossover 2720MDP", cost me 320.

Cheers.

Many thanks to the OP for the links.
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You gotta know Digikey's or Mouser's search quirks to be successful wink.gif

Either of these oughtta do ya!
http://www.digikey.ca/product-detail/en/IR...0NPBF-ND/811864
http://www.digikey.ca/product-detail/en/FQ...9N10-ND/1055146

Though the Vgs(th) is higher.

If the package is too big, or you need exact Vgs(th) try this:
http://www.digikey.ca/product-detail/en/BS...INCT-ND/2268931

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Thanks matey, you are a Godsend !

I really will not be able to wade past the array of data on my own.

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QUOTE (wombatDU @ February 01, 2013 08:07 pm)


All assistance is much obliged. It will save me at least 50 from what the couple of opportunistic, no guarantee, "resellers" are asking. The monitor, a 1st world Korean product sold by 3rd world Korean reseller, "Crossover 2720MDP", cost me 320.

Cheers.

Many thanks to the OP for the links.

i reckon you should donate a fiver at least.. you'd still be ahead..


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.... but ... but ... but .. of course. It's the least I could do.

Btw, it is OK to use the "thru hole" version in lieu of the original's surface mount version ?

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as long as there is no interference between traces/paths between sides , there is no reason why you could not bend the legs out (say on a standard 8 pin dip) to match the existing pattern(s) .


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Much obliged for the advice.

Will order the equivalents from Digikey just to watch the fireworks if nothing else. biggrin.gif .

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Digikey +1
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Nice, thanks! will take a not
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in your list u have not any particular assian website
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QUOTE (northanaya87 @ July 10, 2015 06:44 pm)
in your list u have not any particular assian website

We want to keep this site ass free! wink.gif laugh.gif


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@ northanaya87 :
ya might wanna check the "Y" and "O" on your keypad/board ...
they seem to be malfunctioning .

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a piece of ass that brings a tear to your eye .

what do you get when you cross a donkey with a peanut butter sandwich ?
a piece of ass that sticks to the roof of your mouth .


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http://e-gather.ui3g.com/

I also collected some good websites about electronic in the above link,and including asian sites you may be interested in.
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That's actually a pretty good link, thanks. beer.gif


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QUOTE (GPG @ July 11, 2015 07:55 am)
Hell no,
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=piece+of+ass

I second this notion!
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Superb compilation. Will definitely try some of them for my electronics components. Though I have been doing all my shopping from Win-source electronics. They are really cool too. Google them up.
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Seems like helpful links in here. It is quite difficult to figure out when it comes to electronic devices and parts for getting enough information like what exact part is to be configured and all. Thanks
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It's useful and helpful,thanks.
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