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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by larwe, Jan 7, 2006.

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  1. larwe

    larwe Guest

    And the lucky winner is David Harmon.

    So you know what you missed out on <g> here is what I've tossed so far:

    <http://www.larwe.com/parts1.jpg>
    <http://www.larwe.com/parts2.jpg>

    Piezos, grain of wheat bulbs, 22W amplifiers, bags of assorted
    semiconductors, etc :) There were a few ATmega16s and ATtiny15s and
    ATtiny26Ls, and I think I saw a tube with half a dozen smallish PICs in
    it go by.

    I guess there is about as much again as you see here still to come, but
    my arms ache and I need coffee.
     
  2. A) Are the Zip-locs antistatic? ;-)

    B) Howcome your mousepad is so clean? ;-)

    Thanks!
    Rich
     
  3. larwe

    larwe Guest

    No, but the tubes inside them are. As for the transistors, most of them
    came in poly bags when I originally ordered them...
    I scrub it with mercury from the streetlight bulb you saw at the top of
    the picture.

    Actually I don't use that as a mousepad - it's a staging area for parts
    that I'm stuffing onto a board.
     
  4. Jeff L

    Jeff L Guest

    Other then the TO -92's, which might be bipolar transistors which are not
    overly static sensitive, the zip locks don't contain anything that might be
    ESD sensitive. ;^)
     
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