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Want to Buy Capacitors

Gonzo

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I am looking for some "new" Capacitors for a project I am working on.

2 x 2200uf/35 - 50 volts/105 deg. Centigrade/30mm x 16mm/Radial

1 x 1000uf/35-50 volts/105 deg. centigrade/23mm x 12mm/Radial


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fjanicki

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You should check on online parts vendors like Mouser or Digikey. This is where I buy all my electronics parts for all my projects. I prefer digikey over mouser, even though I hate their website, they have a lot more stuff.
 

Cowboy

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If you live close to Downtown Toronto I know a shop close to my University that sells those kinds of components. Very good selection, used them a few times myself...
 

lemonlime

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Another vote for Digikey. Really easy to deal with, ships fast and the prices are good. Plus you can select from the better caps out there on the market like Panasonic brand etc.
 

_dangtx_

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pops was looking for some as well but he doesnt have time to go shop around the stores,
digikey and the other one should serve him well. thanks for the info guys.

not a bump
 

Gonzo

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Thanks for replies. Buying online not an option for me. So I tried this route. Tried purchasing from Electronic Repair Shops but they claim that they don't have components. They just don't want people fixing their own stuff.
 
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