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Basic component supplier

Basic component supplier

Basic component supplier

I am a novie for electronics ... started building the first simplest circuits. I don't know where I can get them like the resistor, capacitor, LED.... Can anyone help me please. I live in Brussels, Belgium. Can someone knows a supplier in Brussles?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Basic component supplier

You will have problems with that.  Can you order from Digikey or Mouser?

Keith Cress
Flamin Systems, Inc.- http://www.flaminsystems.com

RE: Basic component supplier

Or Farnell or RS Components?

Or Maplin Electronics?

(All UK based, but the first two probably have outposts in Euroland).

RE: Basic component supplier


Try ebay - I have bought some mixed value R's C's and some RF bits and pieces (IF chips/mixers) very cheap.



RE: Basic component supplier

Hi Yalew...I don't know if this will help but I get my parts from Jameco.


RE: Basic component supplier

Hi Yalew,
 I was wondering whether you had any success with finding electronic component suppliers in Brussels. I know of www.cotubex.be who I have used and who supply some components. If you found any more please reply


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