Partorium

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Member accessible free parts. Take from (and give back to) the free lockers as needed. Also check out our stock of the below components (to be updated sometime in future). It is highly appreciated that you fill out what you took and how many in the binder nearby.

Resistors

The lab keeps a large assortment of resistors on hand, ranging from _ Ohms to _ Ohms

Integrated Circuits

Caution: many of the ICs on hand are salvaged components. Keep that in mind when debugging your projects.

Op-Amps

Voltage Regulators

The lab keeps stock of many positive/negative linear voltage regulators, including:

  • LM317
  • LM337
  • LM7805/7905
  • LM7808
  • LM7809
  • LM7812/7912
  • LM7815/7915
  • LM723CN

There is also a small selection of switching regulators in stock, including:

  • TL2575

Diodes

The diode types the lab stocks are signal diodes, rectifier diodes, and zener diodes.

Signal

  • 1N914
  • 1N4148

Rectifier

  • 1N3600
  • 1N4001
  • 1N4004
  • 1N4007
  • 1N5400
  • 1N5404
  • 1N5408
  • RS204

Zener

  • 1N751 - 5.1V
  • 1N4733 - 5.1V
  • 1N4735 - 6.2V
  • 1N5235BTR - 6.8V
  • 1N4742 - 12V

Logic Chips

The lab keeps a large assortment of Logic ICs on hand, including:

  • 74XX Series Logic Chips, roughly ranging from 7400 to 744051
  • CMOS 4000 Series Logic Chips
  • Processors (Pentium 4, Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad (rare), Laptop CPUs, Xeon (rare))
  • RAM (SDRAM, RDRAM, DDR, DDR2, ECC RAM)
  • [Other ICs]

Capacitors

The lab keeps a large assortment of mostly electrolytic capacitors on hand, ranging from 1 pF to 6800 uF. As well as a drawer full of some large capacitors in the _ mF to _ mF range.

Connectors

Switches

Coils & Transformers

Relays

The Free Shelves

The lab also sets aside space for donated electronics. Inventory of the shelve varies greatly, with parts coming and going often. It is notable that these shelves are periodically cleaned and stagnant components are sometimes purged. It is strongly encouraged to donate any electronics you would normally throw away or recycle.