I have a lot of salvaged electronic parts. Some of this is salvaged out of equipment, some of it is "new old stock" that may be around from my days of repairing for a living (try to make a living doing that these days!), some of it may be random acquisitions through the years. There's way too much to list all of it here, so I'm listing those things that I have quite a lot of. The best I can suggest is that you email me, or as one recent correspondent put it, "send me your wish-list", and if can help you out, I will.
Some of what I have a lot of:
Most of these are salvaged unless marked NOS.
Ceramic disc - I have a fair assortment of values, too many to list, in small quantities.
A lot of 100nF (over 1000 pcs), which seems to be a very popular value. (Mostly salvaged.)
Also a fair number of 1nF, 10nF, 22nf as well.
6.8 pF / 1KV (98 pcs, NOS)
33 pF (207 pcs, NOS)
100 pF / 1KV (80 pcs, NOS)
130 pF / 1KV (108 pcs, NOS)
300 pF / 1KV (68 pcs, NOS)
22nF / 25V (100 pcs, NOS)
Electrolytics - Again I have too many different values and voltages to list them all, but some that I have a
lot of include:
14.31818 MHz (3 pcs, plus I have a *lot* of crystals in this frequency as well)
14.820 MHz (2 pcs)
15.120 MHz (6 pcs)
16 MHz (8 pcs)
16.000 MHz (8 pcs)
16.257 MHz (27 pcs)
18.432 MHz (3 pcs)
20.000 MHz (3 pcs)
20.2752 MHz (2 pcs)
22.1184 MHz (6 pcs)
24 MHz (3 pcs)
25.17500 / 28.32100 MHz
32.000 MHz (2 pcs)
Most of these are salvage, some are NOS.
1.8432 MHz (5 pcs)
2.097152 MHz (8 pcs)
2.4576 MHz (5 pcs)
3579.545 KHz (12 pcs)
4.194304 MHz (4 pcs)
5.7143 MHz (3 pcs)
14.31818 MHz (27 pcs)
15.9744 MHz (12 pcs)
I have a large number of salvaged epoxy-cased rectifier diodes without sensible numbers on them but still usable, and perhaps more so when I can bring my curve tracer to bear on them and determine some breakdown voltages.
I have a lot of small signal diodes, also unidentified, plus a lot (over 1000 each) of numbers like 1N914 and 1N4148.
I also have an assortment of bridge rectifiers, with data on some of them, some salvage, some NOS.
Zener diodes are still in the process of being sorted out.
1N5172, 100V/2A epoxy case (39 pcs, NOS)
PKC05F half-bridges, 50V/12A, common cathode. (10 pcs) These are chassis mount round cases and connection can be made with spade lugs, or soldered. Good for battery chargers!
I have an assortment, some new some salvage, but not a whole lot of any given number at this point in time.
Email me if there's something that you're looking for and I'll see if I can help.
Other - A fair number of 5V and 12V regulators in TO-220 and TO-3 packages, some negative and other voltages.
Some C128 parts new from when we were a service center including the 8721 PLA and 8722 MMU. A wide variety of specialized chips for consumer electronics including many numbers used in TVs and VCRs, some new and some salvage. And a number of specialized chips that were used only in Hammond organs, including a couple of "380" chips, which I don't expect will go cheaply.
More when I get them inventoried, a quantity of 8-pole units similar to the above for sure, at least...
Got a neon sign transformer here that I have no use for. It's rated at 6KV/30mA, and has wire leads. It was removed from service because the glass tubing of the sign got broken. Make me an offer!
Just salvaged a 4000V transformer out of a dead microwave, this should probably work well for a tube-type RF power amp or similar project.
Misc. Hardware -
These appear to be mostly Radio Shack clearance items, except for the one unpackaged item listed.
"Stereo Headset Coupler" For attaching phones to devices lacking headphone input jack. This is a non-switching stereo 1/4" jack mounted in a small cylindrical package. (4 pcs)
"Single Outlet TV-FM Wall Plate", has single F-type screw connector, ivory color (1 pc)
"75-Ohm Dual Outlet TV/FM Wall Plate", has two F-type screw connectors, ivory color (2 pcs)
"Deluxe Woodgrain Stereo Speaker and Audio Cable Wall Plate", woodgrain, push-in type connections for wires or pin-type plugs (2 pcs)
Clear acrylic wall plate w/ single 1/4" hole suitable for F-type connector (?) or RCA jack, w/ woodgrain backing (2 pcs), these are the only ones unpackaged. The hole is off-center and has two much smaller holes to either side of it.