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Hi,

I am in the UK and need 8 of these caps:

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea...name=P10038-ND


Although there is a Digikey UK site, it appears to be just the USA one.
Ordering from Digikey costs $95 plus a $72 postage charge on top, and I
haven't yet established how much tax in addition.
(Unless I am being a plonker and you can order from Digikey UK in pounds
sterling).


Anyone know where else you can get this part in the UK?

Specifically it is a 10,000uF 100V cap, 35mm diameter. It must be 35mm by
the way.



Cheers,


Gareth.





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Gareth Magennis wrote:

Hi,

I am in the UK and need 8 of these caps:

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea...name=P10038-ND

Although there is a Digikey UK site, it appears to be just the USA one.
Ordering from Digikey costs $95 plus a $72 postage charge on top, and I
haven't yet established how much tax in addition.
(Unless I am being a plonker and you can order from Digikey UK in pounds
sterling).

Anyone know where else you can get this part in the UK?

Specifically it is a 10,000uF 100V cap, 35mm diameter. It must be 35mm by
the way.


Looked at farnell ?

Graham

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Gareth Magennis wrote:

Hi,

I am in the UK and need 8 of these caps:

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea...name=P10038-ND

Although there is a Digikey UK site, it appears to be just the USA one.
Ordering from Digikey costs $95 plus a $72 postage charge on top, and I
haven't yet established how much tax in addition.
(Unless I am being a plonker and you can order from Digikey UK in pounds
sterling).

Anyone know where else you can get this part in the UK?

Specifically it is a 10,000uF 100V cap, 35mm diameter. It must be 35mm
by
the way.


Looked at farnell ?

Graham


Looked at lots of places. The problem is the maximum diameter. These are
skinny tall caps, as 8 are crammed into a very small PCB space.


Cheers,


Gareth.


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Gareth Magennis wrote:

Hi,

I am in the UK and need 8 of these caps:

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea...name=P10038-ND

Although there is a Digikey UK site, it appears to be just the USA one.
Ordering from Digikey costs $95 plus a $72 postage charge on top, and I
haven't yet established how much tax in addition.
(Unless I am being a plonker and you can order from Digikey UK in pounds
sterling).

Anyone know where else you can get this part in the UK?

Specifically it is a 10,000uF 100V cap, 35mm diameter. It must be 35mm
by
the way.


Looked at farnell ?

Graham


Looked at lots of places. The problem is the maximum diameter. These are
skinny tall caps, as 8 are crammed into a very small PCB space.


Cheers,


Gareth.


Hi Gareth,

This exact capacitor is listed on the anglia website,
http://www.anglia.com/, whether they actually have stock of them, and will
deal with you for a small order is another thing.

Ian.


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Hi,
I am in the UK and need 8 of these caps:
http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea...name=P10038-ND
Although there is a Digikey UK site, it appears to be just the USA one.
Ordering from Digikey costs $95 plus a $72 postage charge on top, and I
haven't yet established how much tax in addition.
(Unless I am being a plonker and you can order from Digikey UK in pounds
sterling).
Anyone know where else you can get this part in the UK?
Specifically it is a 10,000uF 100V cap, 35mm diameter. It must be 35mm by
the way.
Cheers,
Gareth.


WES components in Australia have them:-
10000HSW100 35x72. AUS$12.75. Don't know about postage though.
No min qty. http://www.wagner.net.au/catalogue/02_Components.pdf page 21-9.

Colin






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Gareth Magennis wrote:
Hi,

I am in the UK and need 8 of these caps:

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea...name=P10038-ND


Although there is a Digikey UK site, it appears to be just the USA one.
Ordering from Digikey costs $95 plus a $72 postage charge on top, and I
haven't yet established how much tax in addition.
(Unless I am being a plonker and you can order from Digikey UK in pounds
sterling).


Perhaps you are clicking in the wrong place... try
http://parts.digikey.co.uk/ and then searching for the part number again.

Lee
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Gareth Magennis wrote:
Hi,

I am in the UK and need 8 of these caps:

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea...name=P10038-ND


Although there is a Digikey UK site, it appears to be just the USA one.
Ordering from Digikey costs $95 plus a $72 postage charge on top, and I
haven't yet established how much tax in addition.
(Unless I am being a plonker and you can order from Digikey UK in pounds
sterling).


Perhaps you are clicking in the wrong place... try
http://parts.digikey.co.uk/ and then searching for the part number again.

Lee



Hmm, looks like I was being a plonker. You can order from the UK.

Thanks Lee.



Gareth.


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On Tue, 05 Aug 2008 19:50:47 GMT, "Gareth Magennis"
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Hmm, looks like I was being a plonker. You can order from the UK.

It is still 12 delivery unless order over 50

Geo


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