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Old 4th April 2006, 08:05 PM   #1
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Anyone know where I can get LM329 ?
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Old 4th April 2006, 08:30 PM   #2
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I spent about 6 months looking around UK distributors a year or so ago, and gave up.
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Old 4th April 2006, 10:52 PM   #3
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Really?? I have bought from Farnell. BTW: I can spare one or two. Send me message.
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pm, what kind of Third World country do you live in? Here in the civilized USA, we can get them off the shelf from Digikey (5842 in stock, $1.028 ea. in 25-lots).

Next you'll be telling me that you can't find cold beer.
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Pah, we have beer with taste, (and sometimes strange floating bits), we don't have to numb our senses with cold to make it palatable.

P-A, I just checked the Farnell site, and they do indeed have them, butI'm sure they didn't when I was looking last.
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pm, what kind of Third World country do you live in? Here in the civilized USA, we can get them off the shelf from Digikey (5842 in stock, $1.028 ea. in 25-lots).

Next you'll be telling me that you can't find cold beer.

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Pah, we have beer with taste, (and sometimes strange floating bits), we don't have to numb our senses with cold to make it palatable.

P-A, I just checked the Farnell site, and they do indeed have them, butI'm sure they didn't when I was looking last.
Thanks for the Farnell link. About to go out of stock methinks!

RS has 10-15 day lead time + handling fee ( they don't have them but can get them from overseas!)

Would it be worth going to the manufacturer ?
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Pah, we have beer with taste, (and sometimes strange floating bits), we don't have to numb our senses with cold to make it palatable.

P-A, I just checked the Farnell site, and they do indeed have them, butI'm sure they didn't when I was looking last.
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Old 7th April 2006, 02:20 PM   #8
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Default Look on ebay.

I have purchased them twice from these people. 15 of them for 9.99 USD and 3.55 for international shipping. So 13.54 for 15.
I am buying more and more junk off ebay. Some of this stuff just is not available locally.
BTW, search for LM329DZ to find the listing.

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