Making it Easier to Find Electronic Parts

| January 3, 2011 | 1 Comment

If you’ve ever spent a lot of time searching for electronic parts on websites such as Mouser, Digi-Key and other retailers, checking on who’s got what in stock and who’s got the best price, you’ve probably thought that there must be a better way to do this. If so, give a try. We think this is the best of a number of free electronic component search engines that check stock and price at a large number of distributors for all sorts of electronic parts. After you enter a part number, will search over 20 electronics distributors, and return the available inventory and other vital information about the electronic component. And it can be used for all types of electronic components, including surface mount components, power supply, connectors, optoelectronics, and more — not just chips.

A scientist at NASA originally created for personal use. Since then the site has developed a fan base because of its speed, accuracy and no-nonsense approach. Over 100,000 people each month use the service to locate available stock of electronic components – most buyers use the service multiple times every day. displays inventory levels and pricing information for leading component distributors across the industry.

At last check the suppliers included in included: was recently (August 2010) acquired by SupplyFrame Media, a company that delivers advertising programs that help manufacturers and distributors reach electronics engineers with advertising at the moment they are showing interest in technical information—while they are searching for electronics component datasheets.

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  1. avatar z_electronic says:

    We use similar website searches millions electronic components inventory and provide volume prices.

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