Monday, March 17, 2008

electronic stores

Jameco (we have catalog's in the office)

www.jameco.com

All Electronics (we have catalogs in the office)

www.allelectronics.com

Sandy's (In town)

http://www.sandyselectronicparts.com/

2 comments:

beta said...

Since 40% of my job is ordering electronics parts, I'll post other places for people to search. All of them have semi-decent online search engines.

Mouser Electronics is a decent place and is apparently used around here (I recognized the distinct mouser part number on the resistors, tuesday).

And if you order over $100 they upgrade shipping to 2 or 3 day and only charge you ground shipping (useful where I work).

Arrow Electronics
Do not believe the prices on the website. When you find a part, call the number, 800-833-3557 Extention 4843 (Andrew). He'll get ya good prices - Tell him Meghan told you to call =)

Force Electronics
Same deal as with arrow - ya can't believe the price on the site. Call and ask. I usually deal with Mary (our rep), Alice is nice as well.

Allied
When other places are out of stock, they usually have it. Never been terribly successful at price negotiations there.

DigiKey
A little more expensive, but they have a wide range of things and can be cheaper than mouser (they do charge tax in addition to shipping, however).



I also recommend people get together on this, because you can get much better pricing when ordering in quantity.

beta said...

Corrected Arrow Link (stupid www.)