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Old 23rd January 2010, 07:22 PM   #1
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Has anyone got a paper copy of the Maplin Catalogue to hand?

I was in there the other day getting some RF chokes, at the bottom of the page I noticed they had a range of NTC Thermistors; I've been looking for them on the web site for ages with no luck; If some one could give me the part codes I'd apriciate it.
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Old 23rd January 2010, 07:28 PM   #2
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Any help?

Apologies if not
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Old 23rd January 2010, 07:35 PM   #3
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Any help?

Apologies if not
Chers EH, but not the ones; I should have neen clearer, it's the low resistance high current type I'm looking for; for in-rush current suppression.

I'm sure they were bottom-right of the page with RF chokes on.

Thanks anyway
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Chers EH, but not the ones; I should have neen clearer, it's the low resistance high current type I'm looking for; for in-rush current suppression.
Like the type used in an SMPS to do the same trick? I might be able to sort you some out, that is depending on how many you need
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Old 23rd January 2010, 07:53 PM   #5
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Like the type used in an SMPS to do the same trick?
exactly, i have two in on my PSUs rails at the moment that I robbed from a SMPSU; 5ohm at 25'C, But they're not doing the trick, I need a higher resistance like 33ohms at 25'c; you have anythink like that?
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I need a higher resistance like 33ohms at 25'c; you have anythink like that?
I'll have a look, i'm guessing i'll need to look at less than 200W PSU's.

I can't guarantee anything but if i happen to have anything you are more than welcome to them. Most of what i have is more than or equal to 200W PSU wise, no worries on stripping stuff as if i want to do anything i'll make it myself

Give me a bit of time to find stuff & measure cold resistances & i might be able to help.
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I'll have a look, i'm guessing i'll need to look at less than 200W PSU's.

I can't guarantee anything but if i happen to have anything you are more than welcome to them. Most of what i have is more than or equal to 200W PSU wise, no worries on stripping stuff as if i want to do anything i'll make it myself

Give me a bit of time to find stuff & measure cold resistances & i might be able to help.
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Old 24th January 2010, 01:37 AM   #8
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I've got a catalogue if you still need something looking up. The catalogue comes with money off vouchers so I bought the catalogue and ended up saving two quid on my overall purchase price.

Shoot me a message and I'll scan the relevant page.
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Maplin used to have a comprehensive range of electronic components and kits.
A good chunk of that is gone now.

They used to do a very good 225W BJT power amp kit.
I used one on a disco for many years without any problems.
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Take a look a this Newark catalog page. Newark is a U.S. distributor that's part of the multi-national combine that includes Farnell. Perhaps Farnell could source a suitable ametherm part.
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