TH Goldmine electrolytic assortment

Discussion in 'Electronics Resources' started by marshallf3, May 3, 2011.

  1. marshallf3

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    http://www.goldmine-elec-products.com/prodinfo.asp?number=G18184

    There's a heck of a lot more than 500 caps in this thing and tons of them are the smaller values that I didn't have much stock on except for a few select values. They're all name brand, only a few have pre-formed leads - most are full length and not on tape as the picture indicates.

    Lots of values like 22 uF 16V, largest I've found so far ar 3330 uF @ 100V and 470 uF @ 63V. Looks like about 75% of them are just 85*C caps, th rest are `05*C. Well worth $6.50 and I'll get to fill a lot of voids in my drawers.

    Also got some things like G4521, G16722, A10619, (TVS diodes) a bunch of sjmallr stufff and the biggest bargain might be the remote IR blasters which appear to be capable of being both an IR transmitter an an IR receiver on a 6' cable. Made by Scientific Atlanta with their manual included: http://www.goldmine-elec-products.com/prodinfo.asp?number=G18081

    It seems like I've never been let down by Goldmine. I also found some links to some neat surplus sites: http://www.arrickrobotics.com/surplus.html and this site is hard to describe: http://www.sciplus.com/
     
  2. TheLaw

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    What types of name brands? Like CapXon? :eek: Or like Rubycon? :)
     
  3. TheLaw

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    You there? :D
     
  4. TheLaw

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    Still wondering about what's in there. Thanks.
     
  5. KJ6EAD

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    Nice find, cheapskate. You could have gotten the same capacitors from Digikey for $200. ;) You probably already know about http://www.allelectronics.com/ and http://www.westfloridacomponents.com/ then. A list of good surplus dealers is a great resource for hobbyists and students. Someone I've been helping on another forum is eBay-centric and has done very well getting electronic stuff from there.
     
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