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P-QDG212CJP-QDG212CJItem ID: 003220Integrated Circuit - Marshall DG212CJ
Korg IC DG212CJ
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$7.50
P-QSBS14P-QSBS14Item ID: 003242Diac - SBS 14 - Bidirectional Trigger Diode, 8V, TO-92 Case
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$1.50
P-QL7815CTP-QL7815CTItem ID: 003224Positive Voltage Regulator - L7815CT, 15V, 1.5A, TO-3 Case
L7815CT, positive voltage regulator, 15V, 1.5A, TO-3 Case
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$7.55
P-Q1N4006P-Q1N4006Item ID: 003203Diode - 1A 800V
A semiconductor device which passes current in the forward direction(from anode to cathode), and blocks current in the opposite direction.
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$0.20
P-QHFA16PP-QHFA16PItem ID: 003222Diode - Hexfred, 16A, 1200V
High performance, ultrafast diodes. Improve efficiency, reduce noise, allow higher frequency operation.
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$8.10
P-QHFA16TP-QHFA16TItem ID: 003223Diode - Hexfred, 16A, 600V
High performance, ultrafast diodes. Improve efficiency, reduce noise, allow higher frequency operation.
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$3.95
P-QMC78L05P-QMC78L05Item ID: 0032275 Volt Regulator, used in MOD Pedal Kits
5V Linear Regulator. Used in MOD kits *Note - this is a fragile component! Use caution not to overheat or break leads.
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$1.25
P-QMPSA18P-QMPSA18Item ID: 005025Transistor - MPSA18_D26Z, Bipolar Small Signal NPN, General Purpose
Bipolar Small Signal NPN Transistor RoHS Compliant
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$0.20
P-Q1N4741AP-Q1N4741AItem ID: 005545Diode - Zener, 1W, 11V
A semiconductor device that, above a certain reverse voltage(the zener value) has a sudden rise in current. If forward biased, the diode is an ordinary rectifier. When reverse biased, it exhibits a sharp break in its current-voltage graph. Voltage across the diode remains essentially constant for any further increase of reverse current.
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$0.15
P-Q1N4748AP-Q1N4748AItem ID: 005546Diode - Zener, 1W, 22V
A semiconductor device that, above a certain reverse voltage(the zener value) has a sudden rise in current. If forward biased, the diode is an ordinary rectifier. When reverse biased, it exhibits a sharp break in its current-voltage graph. Voltage across the diode remains essentially constant for any further increase of reverse current.
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$0.15
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