Other Electronic Components
Solder on to build an electronic circuit worthy of Michael Faraday's esteem, or simply repair a broken down motherboard with other types of electronic components that include both unbranded electronic components and those from reputable brands, such as Tektronix Industrial, Fluke and Texas Instruments. In addition to inductors that filter out the power supply, transistors that amplify, resistors that resist current and industrial capacitors that store electrical charges, take advantage of other electronic components to test, monitor or control electronics with ease.
How to Source and Store Other Electronic Components
Electronic hobbyists who love fiddling with circuits can buy additional electronic components to have at hand when the need for repairs arises, instead of needing to shop for every single component that fries. Buying in bulk gives you a variety of items on hand, is also cheaper than buying individual components and saves you time. Add to your inventory by salvaging usable components from toys, games and other damaged electronics or buy for parts instead. Make sure to store your other electronic components in a clear plastic container with multiple compartments that you label clearly. Not only is it easier to identify and access any component that you need in a short time with this method, eliminating confusion, it also keeps clutter away.
Avoiding Counterfeit Electronic Components
Though counterfeit electronic components may be made to look like authentic electronic components, they jeopardise the safety, reliability and performance of electronics because their performance is unknown and untested. Visually check the product with the images provided by the seller because counterfeit products are usually littered with spelling errors, inconsistent markings and inaccurate data codes.