NEW PRODUCT – SMT 0805 Resistor and Capacitor Book – 3725 pieces

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NEW PRODUCT – SMT 0805 Resistor and Capacitor Book – 3725 pieces. Always have the right SMT components at your hand with this awesome 0805 Resistor and Capacitor book set! This book has nice translucent pages filled with cut tape 0805 components, sorted, labeled and ready to go. This book has 63 5% resistor values, 3025 parts and 17 capacitor values, 700 parts. The nice thing is that you get a good distribution of the resistors, with more 1K and 10KΩ and fewer of the really high values.

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63 5% Yageo resistor values:

  • 100 pieces each of the following: 0Ω, 1KΩ, 10KΩ
  • 50 pieces each of the following: 1Ω, 1.2Ω, 1.5Ω, 2Ω, 2.7Ω, 3.3Ω, 4.3Ω, 5.1Ω, 6.8Ω, 8.2Ω, 10Ω, 12Ω, 15Ω, 20Ω, 27Ω, 33Ω, 43Ω, 51Ω, 68Ω, 82Ω, 100Ω, 120Ω, 150Ω, 200Ω, 270Ω, 330Ω, 430Ω, 510Ω, 680Ω, 820Ω, 1.2KΩ, 1.5KΩ, 2KΩ, 2.7KΩ, 3.3KΩ, 4.3KΩ, 5.1KΩ, 6.8KΩ, 8.2KΩ, 12KΩ, 15KΩ, 29KΩ, 27KΩ, 33KΩ, 43KΩ, 51KΩ, 68KΩ, 82KΩ, 100KΩ
  • 25 pieces each of the following: 120KΩ, 150KΩ, 200KΩ, 270KΩ, 330KΩ, 430KΩ, 510KΩ, 680KΩ, 820KΩ, 1MΩ, 2MΩ

17 Murata capacitor values:

  • 100 pieces each of the following: 22pF ±5% 50V C0G, 0.1uF ±10% 25V X75
  • 50 pieces each of the following: 27pF ±5% 50V C0G, 33pF ±5% 50V C0G, 100pF ±5% 50V C0G, 0.47uF ±10% X7R, 1.0uF ±10% X7R
  • 25 pieces each of the following: 15pF ±5% 50V C0G, 47pF ±5% 50V C0G, 68pF ±5% 50V C0G, 82pF ±5% 50V C0G, 120pF ±5% 50V C0G, 150pF ±5% 50V C0G, 150pF ±5% 50V C0G, 150pF ±5% 50V C0G, 1nF ±10% 50V X7R,10nF ±10% 50V X7R

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3 Comments

  1. Cool!

    Would also love a notebook of axial (through-hole) 1/4 or 1/8 watt resistors (& caps) for breadboarding…

  2. axial and radial through-hole components start to take a lot of space pretty quick. Not as convenient if you don’t have a desk or bench setup, but a set of drawers is probably a better bet. Check out Jameco part 81832 for 1/4w resistors, they also have a 1/8w.

    I think some of the 10 count values are a little more popular and should have come with more, but resistors are cheap at Jameco/digikey/mouser so I just pick up 100 of any value I think I might need more of when ever I make an order with one of them.

  3. I love this design and it would solve so many of my hardware problems. However, I would probably just throw out many of these values so I could fit in other devices like transistors that I use a lot. How about providing the blank sheets & binder? My google fu is weak and I can’t seem to find the sheets anywhere by themselves.

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