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- Clowns Hobbies Bellville
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- Core Electronics
- DSM Components
- Ellies - Cape Town
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- Eloff Transformers
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Monday to Thursday: 8:30am to 4:45pm
Friday: 8:30am to 4:45pm – Closed between 12:00pm and 2:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am to 12:00pm(closed on long weekends and public holidays)
Line of Business: Electronic Components Distributor
Established: December 1991
Company Registration Number: 199103430123
Vat Registration Number: 4730134907
Established in 1991, Rabtron is a leading South African Electronic Components retailer.
We offer an extensive range of Electronic components, Electronic Tools, and test and measurement equipment.
Our diverse product range ensures that most clients enjoy a one stop convenience for obtaining electronic components to suit various applications.
visit our retail shop, or buy online through our secure online ...
- Promotions Catalogue – p2
Size: 77mm * 75mm (L*W)
Frequency: 16 HZ – 28.5KHZ
Headphone impedance: 16-600Ω
SNR: > 108db
Channel separation: <-100db
Distortion: <0.003% (distortion noise but not all, of the second harmonic modified sound)
Input and output: standard 3.5mm headphone jack
NE5532 or MC33078 op-amp
6J5 low voltage power supply pre-made cushion, the sound is very ...
Online Parts International
A very big trend for some time now is for the home DIYer to build his own switched mode power supply. These power supplies when run from the mains electrical supply if not designed by a professional company which specialises in mains switching circuits can be downright deadly. Why not try a few circuits already built which can operate from a 12V battery supply and boosted to the rail voltage you require.
Another, possibly a bigger reason is if the DIYer has transformers which he or she has collected over time but the secondary voltages are too low to ...
- Promotions Catalogue
This is an affiliates page which hopefully will pay for the maintenance of this website one way or another. Having personally tested the Dc-DC 10-32V to 12-35V mobile switcher it works very well – note though that the power supply does not have isolated (-) and (+) poles. The input (-) and output (-) are bonded together. Those wanting to do a little bit of DIY can wire wrap a separate secondary but I have not tested this – it is a work in progress.
We used two of these modules on a transformer with 0-12V 0-12V ...
- Core Electronics
CORE ELECTRONICS – ABOUT US
Hi, I’m Graham, the founder of Core Electronics. I’m an Air Force Avionics Technician by trade (2004-2016) and electronics has always been my hobby on-the-side. Core Electronics sprang to life in 2007; sourcing innovative DIY electronics for friends from offshore brands. Since then we’ve been powered by DIY electronics and maker movement. We incorporated as a private company in 2013 and we’re absolutely proud to offer you the online experience you see today!
The slightly longer version of our background; I’ve been passionately involved with the maker movement since 2004; back when I used to build practical ...
- Audio Mart
At Audio Mart we‘re as passionate about music and performance as our customers and we know that the best equipment is essential for great performances. We have been a driving force in the Professional Sound and Lighting industry in South Africa and continue to drive our industry in Southern Africa.
We are your one stop shop for Musical Instruments, DJ, Studio, Pro Lighting and PA Equipment. Get it all at the Hottest Deals you will find on the net!
Where words fail, music speaks but not if no one can hear it. At Audio Mart, we supply all you might ...
K Measure is a Pretoria-based supplier of electronic test and measurement equipment to the electronic, electrical and automotive engineering industries in South Africa. We supply to the whole of South Africa, from Cape Town to Durban, Nelspruit and Gauteng, and no town is too small for us either. We export into Africa as well.
Our range include: Computer based digital storage Oscilloscopes, Handheld oscilloscopes, Benchtop scopes, Scopemeters, Programmable waveform generators and Function generators, Programmable power supplies, Logic analysers, RF Equipment like Vector network analysers & Spectrum Analysers, Data loggers & Environmental meters, Digital multimeters, LCR meters, Earth Resistance ...
- Lantis Electronics
Most important things should be said first: ” I Hendri Ehlers owner of Lantis Electronics am 100% committed to give you,my customer, the best service humanly possible and thats why my phone number is here for you to speak to me.”
Founded in 1994, LANTIS has built up an impressive client base, including a diverse range of stock lines. At Lantis, we believe that shop business and e-business should not be seen as separate entities, but combined to maximize the effectiveness of our business. Our strength lies in our ability to understand your needs through a personal, professional service and using ...
- KAB Electro Acoustics
KAB Electro – Acoustics
KAB serves the record collector and sound enthusiast with products that Preserve, Enhance and Restore. Founded in 1990, The company is driven by a need for affordable restoration equipment and a desire for better sounding, more exciting hi fi.
We are experts in all areas of record playback. We understand the technical requirements for playback of records from 78 rpm to audiphile vinyl.
Our unique preamps, filters, cables and accessories are well known in the industry. Our modified Technics SL-1200 Turntables have a reputation that spans continents. Afterall ...
- Analog Ian – Analogue Equipment New to Vintage
Analog Ian – “The more it changes, the more it’s the same thing.”
We have a sister website call Analog Ian – please go there and support us.
The Analog Ian website
Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose – Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr (24 November 1808 – 29 September 1890)
“The more it changes, the more it’s the same thing.”