[TriEmbed] Fast Prototype Parts - Newark Element 14

Pete Soper pete at soper.us
Mon Jul 20 14:08:02 CDT 2020


Not only is the Gaffney warehouse fantastic, sometimes their prices are 
drastically better. I bought some Panasonic PIR sensors from them a 
while back for about 2/3 the Digikey price. So cost conscious folks 
should definitely check Newark. And they have historically been the go 
to source for Raspberry Pi. Thanks for the reminder, Kevin.

Actually, I was going to include a remark about Newark but got lazy. My 
problem with Newark is that a fair fraction of the time that octopart 
says they have stock when I go to their web site that stock turns out to 
be in the UK. You only have to be in a hurry once and click through on 
autopilot and then suffer the extra 5-7 days for this to be a hard 
learning experience. I mostly ignore them, but the larger reason is they 
didn't use bar codes my database understands (haven't checked more 
recently).

-Pete (with the correct email account: more laziness!)

On 7/20/20 2:09 PM, Kevin Schilf wrote:
> Hi TriEmbed,
>
> I have used Newark Element 14 several times.  Their inventory is a 
> little different than Digikey or Mouser.  They have a large warehouse 
> in Gaffney, SC (I-85 about 30 miles S. of the NC/SC border).  If the 
> part is in this warehouse (you can call to ask), it generally arrives 
> in Raleigh the next day or the day after.  Overnight for the cost of 
> ground...
>
> Not a paid endorsement just personal experience.  :-)
>
> Kevin S.
>
> On Monday, July 20, 2020, 11:20:34 AM EDT, SDevCS, LLC via TriEmbed 
> <triembed at triembed.org> wrote:
>
>
> Some vendors or shippers seem to be cutting down shipping costs. I 
> needed something in a hurry but, it wasn't in a client's critical 
> path, let alone authorized, so all on me. Then I noticed Mouser was 
> one of the very few sources with stock and a lot closer than Verical 
> (TX vs NV). And, low and behold, UPS second day air for eight bucks. 
> So I'll have the parts Wed.
> Pete
>
>
> _______
> Yes, not too long ago USPS priority would almost always match that. My 
> personal bias is the less stress I can put on our postal service the 
> better. Their budget process is quite simply insane (in part due to 
> the state of congress for some period  in 2006) and no single black 
> and white issue seems to be involved from my point of view. And that's 
> all I have to say about that.
>
>
>
> Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy S8.
>
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