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    Electronic components wholesaler - can't think of the name

    I'm sorry if this is in the wrong place, please feel free to move it; I just figured the people here would be the best group to ask. I can't think of the name of this company and it's killing me. I thought it was called Jameson, but that doesn't seem to be right... They sell everything from ir receivers and servo motors to capacitors and resistors (I believe). I used to get the catalogs, but now I can't even remember their name. Thanks in advance.

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    Maybe you are thinking of Jameco Electronics? http://www.jameco.com

    Other good webshops for electronics compnents:
    http://mouser.com
    http://digikey.com

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    That's it! Thanks! I had the other two, as well as

    http://www.alliedelec.com
    http://www.tycoelectronics.com

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    Tyco Electronics doesn't really belong it that list though. Tyco Electronics is a manufacturer of electonics and electromechanical componets. They are huge especially on the connector market. Tyco Electronics bought up AMP some years ago and AMP was one of the World's largest manufacturer of connectors and still is today but now under the Tyco Electronics brand.
    IIRC Tyco is the World's second largest manufacturer of connectors behind Molex.

    Can't access the Jameco website at the moment, so not sure if they carry Tyco Electronics as one of thier brands, but Digikey, Mouser and Allied Electronics sell Tyco Electronics as one of the brands they carry.

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    Newark also sells Tyco stuff, I use Newark at work alot, and Mouser for my personal stuff

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