jules.richardson99 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 8 11:21:26 CST 2015
On 02/07/2015 02:29 PM, Chuck Guzis wrote:
> On 02/07/2015 11:45 AM, Jules Richardson wrote:
>> They didn't have a 7809 regulator, which is what I actually went there
>> for on the offchance they had one...
> I'd be surprised if they did, even in the old days. How much call is there
> for a 9 volt positive linear regulator?
Perhaps not much, although I was surprised that they even had 7805's and
7812's. There was a variable regulator (most likely the LM317 that Dave
mentioned) - but I think they wanted close to $5 for that, and I had a
feeling that put it more into "wait until I'm next ordering components
> One of the bargains, if you can use it, is the wire-wrap tool about the
> size of a large jeweler's screwdriver. An end cap pops off to reveal an
> AWG 30 wire stripper. I think I found one at about $7.00 there.
Yes, it's mainly the DIY circuit fabrication/repair things that I want to
keep an eye on - their breadboards were rather expensive, but some of the
tools and bare PCBs might be worth getting in a few weeks if the prices
drop a little more.
I might load up on D-sub connectors and DIL IC sockets, too.
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