For Sale Huge lots of NOS electronic components for sale - will sell any quantity! Priced to sell!

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by rudyauction8, Aug 27, 2015.

  1. rudyauction8

    Thread Starter Member

    Jan 27, 2012
    I have just acquired the stock of a manufacturing plant that was bought out. I have around a hundred thousand NOS parts, most still in reels or boxes. I will be listing part numbers, quantities available and prices over the next couple hours, as well as posting some pictures. I am willing to sell any number of parts, however price per part goes down with larger quantities. Buyer is responsible for all shipping costs, and I will use any shipping method the buyer requests. If you can find a cheaper source of new parts for a given quantity I will match their price and drop 10% off. My listed prices are based on approx. 1/4 or less of the lowest retail price I can find for the total quantity listed. I am negotiable to an extent, mainly with large orders.

    I only have about 1/5 of the lot today, the rest will be picked up Monday.

    Payment by cash (in person) or paypal. Will list on ebay if requested for a bit extra to cover fees. Shipping from Spokane, WA 99205.

    I can be reached at (+1) 509-638-2465.

    Please note that there may be slight errors in the quantity. I am going off what's marked on the packages/reels, but I do check to make sure there isn't any significant number of parts missing. So far every partially used reel has the reduced quantity marked on the label.

    Will be adding many more parts tomorrow, and the rest of the lot on Monday.

    EDIT: check my eBay listings as well:

    (quantity available) [part # and info] - [price ($ for quantity)]

    (400) 6svp820m 820uF 6.3V capacitors - $50 for the reel, $20 for 100, $5 for 20, $2 for 5.

    (500) 2n3904 transistors, 40v 200ma, to92 - $25 for the pack, $10 for 100, $5 for 25.

    (194) Ametherm SL10 10003 "circuit protection thermistors" - $30 for the pack, $20 for 100, $10 for 25.

    (2,000) tpsb476k006r0250 47uF 6.3v 10% capacitors - $100 for the pack, $50 for 500, $25 for 150, $10 for 50, $5 for 20.

    (90) res-0062-001 thermistors - $15 for the lot, $5 for 20.

    (1,352) mjd45h11 pnp transistors 80v 8a dpak - $75 for the reel, $25 for 300, $5 for 50.

    (66) Pulse h1164 SOIC ethernet transformers (there appear to be a couple versions of this chip)- $50 for the lot, $20 for 20, $10 for 5.

    (1,500) T494C226K016 tantalum capacitors 22uF 16v - $60 for the 3 reels, $30 for 500, $20 for 200, $10 for 50.

    (400) 6SVP820M 820uF 6.3v capacitors - $50 for the reel, $30 for 200, $10 for 50.

    (500) 6SVP820M 1,500uF 6.3v capacitors - $50 for the reel, $30 for 200, $10 for 50.

    (78) Intel te28f160 flash chips - $20 for the pack, $10 for 25.

    (1,872) 293d106x96r3a2t tantalum capacitors 10uF 6.3v - $50 for the reel, $20 for 500, $10 for 100.

    (4,917) res-0153-001 1.50R 1% resistors - $20 for the reel.

    (2,000) t494a106m016as tantalum capacitors 10uF 16v - $50 for the reel, $20 for 500, $10 for 100.

    (781) t491a106k006as capacitors 10uF 6v - $20 for the reel, $10 for 250, $5 for 100.

    (103) uuj2a470mnr1ms capacitors 47uf 100v - $25 for the reel, $10 for 20.

    (200) uuj2a470mnr1ms capacitors 47uf 100v (same as above) - $35 for the reel, $10 for 20.

    Note that the pictures were taken outside (bad lighting inside), however all components are stored inside in anti-static packaging and with de-humidifying packets.

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    Last edited: Sep 5, 2015
  2. DerStrom8

    Well-Known Member

    Feb 20, 2011
    Just for reference, the BCM1101 series appears to be a chip designed to handle VOIP (voice-over-IP):

    Lately I have been getting into a fair amount of SMD work. How well organized are the SMD devices (capacitors, resistors, diodes, inductors, ics)?

    If the price is right, I may be able to take some of them off your hands.

  3. rudyauction8

    Thread Starter Member

    Jan 27, 2012
    They are all in reels or other original packaging. they're packed in boxes now but I plan to sort them out. I am going to go see the whole lot tomorrow, I can get a couple dozen part #'s and some pictures while I'm there. My friend who is in this with me has a small list of some of the parts as well, I'll have him email it to me when he gets home and I'll post it here. I'm sure we can make a deal, I'll be mostly asking around 1/4 of the lowest retail price I can find, some components even cheaper.

    Thanks for the info on the broadcom chips. I'm guessing there isn't going to be much market for them unless a manufacturer wants them. I may just sell them dirt cheap for use in art projects or something.
  4. rudyauction8

    Thread Starter Member

    Jan 27, 2012
    EDIT: refer to first post for parts list
    Last edited: Aug 28, 2015
  5. rudyauction8

    Thread Starter Member

    Jan 27, 2012
    OK I bought all of the parts, and have the first batch ready to sell, getting the rest monday. I will update the first post with pictures and an updated list of components and prices.
  6. jpanhalt

    AAC Fanatic!

    Jan 18, 2008
    Where are you for estimating USPS/other shipping?

  7. rudyauction8

    Thread Starter Member

    Jan 27, 2012
    Spokane, WA 99205
  8. rudyauction8

    Thread Starter Member

    Jan 27, 2012

    will be listing several items per day, and I'm happy to sell off ebay to forum members, and will discount any ebay fees I would have had to pay. Note that most listings are for 10 or more lots. I will give quantity discounts up to 50% on large orders.