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annawood   4/13/2014 11:57:45 PM
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We offer an effective solution for organizing surface mount electronic components, which are getting more and more popular in the present world. Resistor Kits, Capacitor Kits and Inductor Kits with all component values pre-sorted and labeled would be your best choices.

Resistor Kits, Capacitor Kits& Inductor Kits are all using our patented Super SMT Component Enclosure as the container. The component enclosure has the size of a regular letter size paper and can be placed on the work bench without taking much space. It has 128 individually lidded coverlets and one final top cover. The foam pad inside the top cover keeps all the coverlets closed when the top cover is closed and locked.

SMT Resistor Kits: Different resistor sizes: 120608050603, and 0402; different total amount of values: 128 values and 510 values; different amount of resistors for each value: 50pc/value, 100pc/value, 200pc/value and 500pc/value.
SMT Capacitor Kits: Different capacitor sizes: 040206030805, and 1206; different total amount of values: 77 values, 83 values, 79values, and 70 values; different pieces per value: 200pcs/value, 100pcs/value, and 50pcs/value.
SMT Inductor Kits: Different inductor sizes: 100808050603, and 0402; diffferent total amount of values: 88 values, 85 values, 74 values, and 60 values; different pieces value: 100pcs/value, 50pcs/value and 20pcs/value.

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