[sdiy] Where to buy ceramic caps

Terry Shultz thx1138 at earthlink.net
Tue Jan 2 21:03:25 CET 2018

I would try Octopart to find devices  https://octopart.com <https://octopart.com/>

or FindChips https://www.findchips.com <https://www.findchips.com/>

Both are very handy for BOM costing and parts available.



> On Jan 2, 2018, at 11:30 AM, Byron G. Jacquot <thescum at surfree.com> wrote:
>> Personally, I find Digikey to be the worse web design ever. It baffles 
>> me that online electronics bloggers talk about how “great” Digikey is 
>> for finding the parts they need. I guess it’s perhaps all due to a 
>> different way of thinking. I’m open-minded enough to conceive that some 
>> people think differently than I do when it comes to parts selection. It’s
>> certainly something that is complex enough that my associates have asked
>> where this sort of thing is taught in the industry.
> There's a browser extension that greatly enhances the Digikey search experience.  It's bandwidth intensive, but adds a lot of the search features you'd expect them to have by default.
> https://eewiki.net/display/Motley/advancedsearch+Greasemonkey+Userscript+for+Digikey.com
> -Byron Jacquot
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