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A shipment of parts from Mouser

Posted on Monday, August 23rd, 2010 in kit biz by Ian

Parts! There’s gonna be solder! and hot air!

What first? BPv4 crystal? IR detector for the IR Toy update?

This is also the part where we start a second order with all the things we forgot (16MHz SMD crystals…).

Product Detail
Order Qty.
1
10
1
1
5
10
1
5
20
2
1
5
25
25
5
3
50
6
10
Mouser #: 512-QSE159
Mfr. #: QSE159
Desc.: Photodiodes LOGIC DETECTOR
5
12
100
50
3
5
5
10
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4 Responses to “A shipment of parts from Mouser”

  1. Sjaak says:

    You ordered a box with anti-static bags? :P

  2. Ian says:

    Updated with partlist. I’m trying to get the DP ‘master partlist’ online for quick reference, easy orders, and a simple HTML partlist table builder tool.

  3. greg says:

    How much did that set you back? I could go through and add all the parts to a cart to find out, but I’m far to lazy. :D

  4. tayken says:

    Oh my, an early Christmas! :D I was getting awfully excited each time I got something from Farnell. :)

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