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Old 10th July 2019, 02:47 PM   #21
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Yes I well know about sourcing parts through 'approved' distributors, and supply delays, and substitutions, and alternate suppliers and testing/proving of incoming stocks/batches etc.
There is no need for the aggression, please cut it out.


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The aggression is all yours. You accused me of spreading FUD. You did not even read the original post correctly and continued to suggest something that the original poster explicitly stated he did not want. I don't know what your problem is.
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Old 10th July 2019, 03:04 PM   #22
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'Grey market' does not automatically mean counterfeit, dodgy etc, usually 'grey market' items are stock overruns, manufacturer clear out etc.
Suggesting that grey market is by definition untrustworthy is spreading FUD, no question.
I suggested Diyinhk as an alternative to readers of this thread who don't want to spend $60.00 for an oscillator.
Again please stop being so aggressive.


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Old 10th July 2019, 03:13 PM   #23
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Jeez, I posted here to get a break from the aggression on the Blowtorch thread but I see I was wrong.

I seem to remember a while back something about Mouser selling fake parts (obviously not intentionally) - anybody see this story?
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Old 10th July 2019, 03:22 PM   #24
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'Grey market' does not automatically mean counterfeit, dodgy etc, usually 'grey market' items are stock overruns, manufacturer clear out etc.
Suggesting that grey market is by definition untrustworthy is spreading FUD, no question.
I suggested Diyinhk as an alternative to readers of this thread who don't want to spend $60.00 for an oscillator.
Again please stop being so aggressive.


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Obviously depending on price do you think there would be much interest?
I know they are available via a few DIY outlets but I prefer buying from the big part suppliers. Mousers $60+ (Aus) order qualifies for free freight which is a nice bonus too.
If you would just take a second and read, you'd see what I just had to bold for you. You can also note that the oscillator is not $60, it is $60 for free shipping. This thread was all about buying from Mouser. No one cares that it is for sale from Diyinhk and everyone already knows this including the original poster.
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Old 11th July 2019, 03:30 AM   #25
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Well it now appears Mouser will not be stocking these.

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these parts are no bid due to NDK do not quote an individual

Thanks everyone for your input.
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Old 11th July 2019, 04:15 AM   #26
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Mouser would likely have to buy a reel of each frequency, with 3,000 clocks per reel (IIRC reading that somewhere). Since there are four different frequencies you suggest stocking, that could be 12,000 clocks total. Probably take Mouser a long time to sell that many.
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Old 11th July 2019, 04:20 AM   #27
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Mouser would likely have to buy a reel of each frequency, with 3,000 clocks per reel (IIRC reading that somewhere). Since there are four different frequencies you suggest stocking, that could be 12,000 clocks total. Probably take Mouser a long time to sell that many.
Yep, not surprised. Similarly packaged oscillators from another vendor are 2k per reel, so that sounds plausible. Ah well, worth a try I suppose.
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Old 11th July 2019, 04:32 AM   #28
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If you would just take a second and read, you'd see what I just had to bold for you. You can also note that the oscillator is not $60, it is $60 for free shipping. This thread was all about buying from Mouser. No one cares that it is for sale from Diyinhk and everyone already knows this including the original poster.
Woteva.
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Mouser would likely have to buy a reel of each frequency, with 3,000 clocks per reel (IIRC reading that somewhere). Since there are four different frequencies you suggest stocking, that could be 12,000 clocks total. Probably take Mouser a long time to sell that many.
WRT long time, you might be suprised.
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That someone would be Jocko Homo bless him, nobody else would/could write a description section like that one.
So they are tested but they won't be the pick of the bunch, those ones go into his gear.


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The description infers they'll perform better than the Crystek 957 though ("$25-30" clocks). I can't believe they haven't sold out on ebay yet.
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