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Topic # 157516 3-Dec-2014 14:29
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I am soon to move into a Retirement Village but have been involved with electronics/computers for many years. During that time I have accumulated lots of bits and pieces which "might come in handy". Bits 'too good to throw away" and components leftover from a small home assembly project.

I have not done a full inventry but some of the components are: (components are all unused)

 

  • LM324              325
  • LM339              45
  • HEF4051           176
  • HEF4532           38
  • 74HC30             23
  • 74C02               23
  • 87C751             35         (programmer available)
  • ICL7660            29
  • MAX232            29
  • LM317T             49
  • DB25 PCB mount socket           245
  • 2 part reels 24way flat ribbon cable (about 50M on each
  • Cliff PM1 component Pre-forming machine
  • RadioSpares  545-109 hand cropping and bending tool
  • 1/4W MRS25 metal film resistors 1%
  • 470, 1K6, 3K3, 10K  
  • 1/4W  metal film Resistors 2%
  • 1K0, 1K8, 4K7, 6K8, 100K, 180K
  • 1/2W metal glaze Philips VR37  5%
  • 1M5  (3500VDC/ 2500 Vrms impulse test)    500+
  • .33uf/63V film capacitors (Yellow blocks)  275
  • SIOV varistor S05K30   235

And a few other bits still to be re-discovered! Any enthusiasts interested  ?


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  Reply # 1187959 3-Dec-2014 14:29
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1187987 3-Dec-2014 14:35
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Sorry. I have been trying to post a formatted version. I have had several attempts but every time the format is lost.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1187997 3-Dec-2014 14:46
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A great improvement - thanks

 

 

I was trying to seperate the ICs and quantity -the three resistor groups also

 

 

Thanks i was getting desperate. The last time I re-typed direct to the topic entry screen. Showed OK there but was all lost on posting,

 

 

 

 

 

this was formatted til posted !!

 




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  Reply # 1188008 3-Dec-2014 15:02
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There are 3 groups of resistors with values below. No quantities for the 1% and 2% ..

 

 

the VR37 are 500+..

 

 

The film caps are 275.

 

 

Your help is much appreciated.

 

 

What am I doing wrong.. All my post lose format and are compacted



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  Reply # 1188022 3-Dec-2014 15:18
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Good

 

I had 1/4W MRS 1% heading with 4 values below..

 

 

1/4W 2% with 6 values..

 

 

1/2W ...5% with 1.5M data below

 

 

 

Thanks



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  Reply # 1188066 3-Dec-2014 15:57
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have PM'd you

 


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  Reply # 1188193 3-Dec-2014 18:50
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So.... how much do you want for it all ?

Willing to ship ?

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  Reply # 1188197 3-Dec-2014 19:03
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Interested in it, do you have any storage cabinets holding the stuff that would be included?




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  Reply # 1188199 3-Dec-2014 19:07
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Offers by PM

 

 

Pm1 in original box is 5.6Kg

 

 

Where are you? I am In Pakuranga

 


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  Reply # 1188215 3-Dec-2014 19:09
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beach haven, but dont want to end up with more stuff that is just in a cardboard box and therefore inaccessable when needed.




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  Reply # 1188217 3-Dec-2014 19:19
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RICHMS

 

 

sorry still in cardboard boxes.

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  Reply # 1188697 4-Dec-2014 14:51
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Clima: Offers by PM Pm1 in original box is 5.6Kg Where are you? I am In Pakuranga


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