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Apex Jr 26th April 2010 04:18 PM

18,000Uf 50V (SOLD OUT)
 
FS: Panasonic 18,000UF 50V SNAP-IN

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Hi...
I just received a shipment of Panasonic 18,000 Uf 50V Snap-In
caps which I feel you guys might be able to use.
The part # is ECO-C1HP183EA and Series TS-UP
These retail at $7.50 ea link below;
Digi-Key - P6945-ND (Manufacturer - ECO-S1HP183EA)
Digi-Key - P6945-ND (Manufacturer - ECO-S1HP183EA)
These are New Surplus with a date code - 121st day of 2009

They are $2.50 each I have 200 left in stock




Steve @ Apex Jr.

LucasAdamson 19th July 2010 12:01 AM

I'll take a dozen of those. Sounds ideal!

Tripmaster 20th July 2010 06:53 AM

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Originally Posted by LucasAdamson (Post 2247424)
I'll take a dozen of those. Sounds ideal!

;)

Apex Jr 21st July 2010 11:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LucasAdamson (Post 2247424)
I'll take a dozen of those. Sounds ideal!

Back from vacation...

Can fit these in a USPS Flat Rate Envelope and ship for $16.00 Usd

Steve

DreadPirate 28th July 2010 03:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Apex Jr (Post 2250086)
Back from vacation...

Can fit these in a USPS Flat Rate Envelope and ship for $16.00 Usd

Steve

If you are offering a dozen for $16 shipped, I could go for that and toss in 10 of the 4.7uf/400V PP to bring the order to $26. Can you send me an invoice via PM? Let me know your preferred method of payment.

Apex Jr 28th July 2010 04:20 AM

Sorry,
The caps are $2.50each and shipping overseas was $16.00
So, The total was $41.00 and adding the 4.7Uf's would be $51.00

Shipping in the states USPS will be $7.50, However I can only fit
the 10 in the flat rate envelope and not the 10 4.7Uf's.

I would have to ship either UPS or USPS Flat Rate box

Steve @ Apex Jr

DreadPirate 28th July 2010 12:36 PM

I've been meaning to put in an order and looks like the box is going to be the way to go. I'll contact you in a bit, probably this weekend. By the way, are you sure you can use an envelope for these? I got some boards via USPS a few weeks ago that were warped, apparently these are fed through rollers.

Apex Jr 28th July 2010 03:15 PM

It does work, I put cardboard on both sides and is the most inexpensive
way to ship overseas. The post office only allows up to 4 lbs in these
envelopes and one of the post offices I go to won't accept overstuffed
envelopes while the other one will. It does help me get orders overseas
and even save on domestic shipping too as long as it fits, and it arrives
in 2-3 days instead of a week back east domesically and 7-10 days
overseas.
The Flat Rate USPS System has helped me make sales with good shipping
costs on smaller items. To bad they don't have a box to fit my amplifiers.

I'll look forward to your call

Steve

hcbonfim 28th July 2010 05:01 PM

Hi Apex Jr,

Could you please calculate 20 pieces and ship to Brazil ?

best regards

hcbonfim

Apex Jr 28th July 2010 05:21 PM

hcbonfim...

There are a couple of ways to do this and I have done both before.

The least expensive is to send 10 each in a flat Rate Envelope at
$16.00 ea so TOTAL shipping is $32.00 for the 20 pieces

Or, In a Flat Rate Medium BOX and can add up to 20 lbs in the box.
Shipping is $46.00. You can check my website and see if there's
anything else you might need Apex Jr.Home Page

Steve


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