[time-nuts] 74ac112 and 74ac164 sources and 200 Ohm resistors for frequency divider board?
alan.melia at btinternet.com
Sat Jul 12 15:46:27 EDT 2008
Hi Dave Rapid Electronics in Colchester do SMBs ....the eaiest way to get
200 ohms might be 2 by 100ohm in series..though it wont fit a ready made
1206 size pcb :-((
or www.rapidonline.com is one they quote now I think both work.
I dont think you will get 74ACs there though
> > I'm looking for 74ac164 and 74ac112 in SOIC (.15" wide) as the usual
> > suspects (Farnell and RS Components) don't seem to stock these in UK :-(
> > I found most of the other 74AC logic I want.
> > I'm also hunting 200 Ohm 0.25W 1206 case thick film resistors. I can
> > reel of 5000 at about USD34 from RS Components, but don't really need
> > as many as that!!! 300 ohm don't seem any easier :-(
> > Yes, I know these aren't in the standard resistor sequence.
> > I'll be using SMA rather than SMB connectors - they were easier to find
> > I bought some on eBay).
> > Cheers
> > Dave Partridge
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