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Electronic Surplus : 30800 Products

Electronic surplus components are overstock or excess inventory parts that are often available at a reduced price. These components offer a cost-effective solution for both hobbyists and professionals looking to complete projects on a budget. Surplus inventory can include a wide variety of parts like resistors, capacitors, ICs, and more.

Reputable surplus suppliers like Jameco Electronics and Electronics Goldmine provide quality-tested components, ensuring they meet performance standards despite their surplus status. These suppliers often acquire their stock from manufacturers, distributors, or other businesses that have an excess inventory.

Utilizing surplus components can lead to significant savings and provide access to parts that may be otherwise hard to find. It's a sensible choice for prototyping, repairs, and educational projects where cost-efficiency is a priority.

KEC
EPITAXIAL PLANAR PNP TRANSISTOR (SWITCHING, INTERFACE CIRCUIT AND DRIVER CIRCUIT)
KEC
BIPOLAR LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUIT (5V VOLTAGE REGULATOR WITH WATCHDOG TIMER)
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
PHOTO MOS RELAYS
NXP
PNP general purpose transistors
Infrared Remote-control Receiver Module
256Kx16 bit Dynamic RAM with EDO Page Mode
SINGLE-CHIP, SINGLE-MESSAGE VOICE RECORD/PLAYBACK DEVICE 6- TO 16-SECOND DURATION
Silicon Epitaxial Planar Pin Diode for High Frequency Switching
General Purpose PIR Controller
Music Synthesizer 8-Bit MCU
4 M SRAM (512-kword x 8-bit)
NXP
Octal D-type flip-flop with 3-state outputs
Quadruple 2-input Positive NAND Buffers
Quad. 2-input AND Gates (with open drain outputs)
LOW INPUT CURRENT HIGH GAIN SPLIT DARLINGTON OPTOCOUPLERS
LOW INPUT CURRENT HIGH GAIN SPLIT DARLINGTON OPTOCOUPLERS
AXIAL LEAD ZENER DIODES
Chip Schottky Barrier Diodes - Silicon epitaxial planer type
FAST EFFICIENT PLASTIC RECTIFIER
256-Mbit Double-Data-Rate SDRAM
Octal D-type Edge-triggered Flip-Flops (with three-state outputs)
KEC
EPITAXIAL PLANAR PNP TRANSISTOR (SWITCHING, INTERFACE CIRCUIT AND DRIVER CIRCUIT)
HIGH-SPEED SWITCHING USE
PNP (SWITCHING APPLICATION)
16M (1M × 16, 2M × 8) Flash Memory
Damper Diode (Diode modulation for TV)
Switching Output Type
WIN2000 3D PS/2 Mouse Controller
Quad Inverting Power Drivers with Serial Diagnostic Interface
Schottky Barrier Diodes (Center tap) 40V
Analog Multiplexer Demultiplexer High-Performance Silicon-Gate CMOS
Low power dual voltage comparators
High-Speed E2CMOS PLD Generic Array Logic
NXP
4-bit synchronous binary counter with asynchronous reset
512Kx8 bit Low Power CMOS Static RAM
TinyPowerTM C/R-F Type 8-Bit OTP MCU
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