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HanRun RJ45 ethernet connector for the Web Platform

Posted on Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 in components by DP

The HanRun HR911105A RJ45 ethernet connector used by the Web Platform and Linux development board is cheap in China, but hard to find at your local distributor. Nexus found them at ITead for $3 a piece.

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3 Responses to “HanRun RJ45 ethernet connector for the Web Platform”

  1. Nexus says:

    MDFly also has them for $1.99, which is a bit cheaper but their shipping is a lot more expensive.

    http://www.mdfly.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=65_67_133&products_id=890

  2. Dan says:

    I ordered these connector from ITead after finding out they were stocked there.

    I’ll be able to complete my free PCB now!

    Seeed was not interested in selling me a connector, which might be fair enough. However, shipping from ITead was cheap, and only took about 2 weeks. Not bad from China to New Zealand!

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