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Online electronics components retailers

Hello,

I'm trying to get started with some projects and need a reliable source
for components.

I've done some looking around the web and came across Jameco,
Tycoelectronics, and Digi-Key.
What do you guys think of their catalogs /services? Do they just work
like a regular online store? Or is there some sort of registration that
I need to go through?

Thanks for your time.
 
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Homer J Simpson

Jan 1, 1970
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I've done some looking around the web and came across Jameco,
Tycoelectronics, and Digi-Key.
What do you guys think of their catalogs /services? Do they just work
like a regular online store? Or is there some sort of registration that
I need to go through?

Nope, just order. Also Mouser and R P Electronics, allelectronics.com ,
alltronics.com


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Lostgallifreyan

Jan 1, 1970
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Nope, just order. Also Mouser and R P Electronics, allelectronics.com ,
alltronics.com

And in the UK, RS Components for general electromechanics. Farnell for
electronics, including serviving disposable stuff, with well-organised
parts search on web site. And CPC in Preston, Lancashire, if you're looking
for specialised parts for commercial stuff.
 
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Antony

Jan 1, 1970
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Thanks for the replies.

I'll probably be back to badger this group with questions about all the
components I order :D
 
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