Distributor Offers Small Magnetics Orders Online

Oct. 19, 2005
Design engineers can now purchase small quantities of Coiltronics magnetics parts on "cut tape" at Newark InOne, North America's small-quantity distributor of electronic components and test equipment.

Design engineers can now purchase small quantities of Coiltronics magnetics parts on “cut tape” at Newark InOne, North America's small-quantity distributor of electronic components and test equipment. The most popular parts, all RoHS compliant, are stocked and available for same-day shipping. This program makes it easier for the electronics engineer to source parts for prototypes, or low-volume designs requiring more than sample quantities but less than standard package quantities. Newark InOne also is stocking these parts in full reel quantities for preproduction and production requirements.

Engineers can access the full Coiltronics line of inductors and transformers at www.newarkinone.com, by entering the brand name as a key word or by entering the part number in the search box. The search results will show both full and “cut tape” package quantities along with stocking information, data sheets and price breaks. Parametric search also is available.

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