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Old 14th August 2004, 05:18 PM   #1
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Default help needed to confirm part numbers

Are these the right part numbers for BrianGT NIGC?

caps...

Panasonic cap 1500uF EEU-FC1H152L Digi-Key Part Number P10334-ND

Panasonic cap 47uF EEU-FC1H4R7 Digi-Key Part Number P10315-ND

resistors, are these OK?

71-CCF55-20K CCF5520K0FKR36 Vishay/Dale 1/2W 1% Metal Film Resistors
1% 20K OHM 1/2W

71-RL20S-G-220/R RL20S221GRE5 Vishay/Dale 1/2W 1% Metal Film Resistors
220 OHM 2%
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Old 15th August 2004, 12:02 AM   #2
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For what its worth....

Pricing the components to save money is smart however not only will Brian save you money on componets, he will save you shipping from at least two suppliers.

I bought the premium kits saving about $15 each.
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Old 15th August 2004, 12:24 AM   #3
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Yes he most likely would...

However, I am filling out orders for MOX boards also so the shipping is already a given.
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Old 15th August 2004, 12:38 AM   #4
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I would be most interested in the parts list for the mox boards. Could you email me the parts lists and costs. Thanks

I haven't ordered the mox boards yet. Cash flow is a bit short for now.
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Old 15th August 2004, 01:05 AM   #5
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Now will you tell me the part numbers???

Thank Tyler, not me. Mouser's import tool saves a lot of typing. It's slick.

Sent to you via email.
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Old 15th August 2004, 08:09 AM   #6
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From BrianGT's Manual Q/A
5.4 I would rather start with basic components, what works with the board?

If you just want to use standard components, the board will work fine, and you can always upgrade later on. Here is a parts list for Digikey:
# Part Name/Description Digikey Part Number
2 LM3875TF LM3875TF-ND
4 1500uF 50v Panasonic FC Capacitor P10334-ND
4 22.1k ohm resistor (min quantity = 5) PPC22.1KXCT-ND
2 680 ohm resistor (min quantity = 10) P680BBCT-ND
2 220 ohm resistor (min quantity = 5) PPC20.0KXCT-ND
8 On Semiconductor MUR860 fast diodes MUR860OS-ND
2 4.7uF 50v Panasonic FC Capacitor P10315-ND

If you are just buying these components for yourself from Digikey, in small quantities, expect to pay about $35 for all these parts, plus shipping from Digikey. The budget kit will cost around $35, including all of the parts above and a PCB set.

Here's is each kits component lists.

2.1 Premium Kit Contents
Description Quantity
PCB containing board for 2 channels and 2 rectifiers 1
LM3875TF National Semiconductor chip amplifier 2
1500uF 50v Panasonic FC Capacitor 4
22k ohm Caddock MK132 resistor (R2 and RNFB) 4
680 ohm Riken Ohm 0.5w resistor (R3) 2
220 ohm Caddock MK132 resistor (R1) 2
MUR860 On Semiconductor fast diode 8
4.7uF 50v Black Gate N-type capacitor 2

2.2 Basic Kit Contents
Description Quantity
PCB containing board for 2 channels and 2 rectifiers 1
LM3875TF - National Semiconductor chip amplifier 2
1500uF 50v - Panasonic FC Capacitor 4
22k ohm Phoenix SFR16S resistor (R2 and RNFB) 4
680 ohm Panasonic Carbon Film 0.5w resistor (R3) 2
220 ohm - Phoenix SFR16S resistor (R1) 2
MUR860 - On Semiconductor fast diode 8
4.7uF 100v Panasonic FC capacitor 2

Phil
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Old 15th August 2004, 12:05 PM   #7
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Thanks Phil...

I already have the LM's and my PCB from being a fast builder on the first go-around. I just hate ordering the wrong parts.

Sent the xls via email this AM...
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