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- Australian International Rectifier supplier
- Mark Harriss
January 11, 2006, 12:05 pm
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I have my F&P motor board repaired to the point where it
can power up the washing machine ok, but I still need a
pair of G4RC10S 600V IGBT's. Farnell's website claim to
have them in stock but when phoned admit I'd have to pay
USD $40 for a special order from America.
I phoned WES as well but they don't stock them either.
You'd think if F&P use so many for local production,
spares etc, there'd be a local supply somewhere.
Re: Australian International Rectifier supplier
Manufacturers buy the quantities required for the run + a bit.
Distributers only keep stock of what manufacturrer wants.
www.irf.com and find a distributer. If you are lucky they might have
some left over from, but most likely they will want you to buy a tube.
Failing that, a US supplier may be your only option unless by some
chance a local parts supplier has some in stock. Try the usual haunts
like RS, Prime, WES stc.
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