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Stock Update: 957M1002105 Amphenol Now Available

Stock Update: 957M1002105 Amphenol Now Available
We at Component Sense are pleased to update our customers with some stock news! Component Sense now offers 957M1002105 Amphenol I/O Connectors. These micro-pierce electrical connectors are manufactured by U.S. company, Amphenol, which is one of the world’s largest providers of high-technology interconnect, sensor, and antenna solutions. These connectors are crucial to ensure the operation of efficient, reliable, and innovative electrical circuits which power so many of our electronic devices. So, why choose the 957M1002105 Amphenol I/O Connectors (Micro-Pierce 957 Series, IDC, 2.16mm pitch, 100 position plug)? Firstly, these units are crucial to maintaining the electrical circuits used for essential...

2038-42-SM-RP-LF Bourns, Inc. Stock Now Available!

2038-42-SM-RP-LF Bourns, Inc. Stock Now Available!
Component Sense is pleased to offer these 2038-42-SM-RP-LF Bourns, Inc. units to the market. Manufactured by esteemed U.S. corporation Bourns, Inc., these surge protection units are increasingly vital in the protection and maintenance of high-bandwidth circuits. Here are some features of these in-demand surge protection units: Ideal for board-level projection of high bandwidth circuits, such as those for cable broadband and high-speed ethernet Symmetrical breakdown voltage (L-L, L-G). Balanced mini-TRIGARD™ (5mm width, 7.5mm length). Leadless, surface mount to allow economical assembly. High-surge current rating with low insertion loss. RoHS compliant versions are available. Underwriters Laboratories Recognised component. We are delighted...

Electronic Component Allocation - Component Sense Back to the Future Series

Electronic Component Allocation - Component Sense Back to the Future Series
Not since the year 2000 have we seen such widespread lead-time growth. What is going on? Back in 2001 when I started in the independent distribution industry I used to tell my clients about the 7 year cycle. This theory was fact based with the data coming from one of the largest franchised, electronic component distributors on the planet. The theory had held strong for over 50 years. The belief was that supply typically outstripped demand for a period of 3-4 years creating a very stable supply situation for the buyer. This would be followed by around 2 years of...

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