Electrical/electronic Spares & Components

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  1. Serendipitous

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    There have been a few threads with respect to controls, spares, bits and bobs etc. Thought it best to kick off a new thread to circulate this.

    Below is a link to CPC, a farnell company that sells a vast array of electrical and electronic components, tools spares, etc. Wouldn't think about buying scart, hdmi or any other lead until you have checked out this site.

    http://cpc.farnell.com

    Hope you find it useful.
     
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    in my working life, I had accounts with these companies.... always reliable and fast delivery but some prices are higher than available elsewhere
     
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    Also, look at Maplin, they sometimes beat Farnell and RS prices.
     
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    I use CPC all the time, have both business and personal accounts. Very handy too, just a short drive if it's an emergency purchase :thumb:
     
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