A Noob question, what's the best online source of break out boards & electronic parts in Australia?

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windyyam
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A Noob question, what's the best online source of break out boards & electronic parts in Australia?

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Hi, I moved to Sydney this year, and I decided to play with microcontrollers in my spare time. I used to buy them in taobao when I was in china where there are infinity supplement of them. I've tried aliexpress here, but the ship and deliver time can be up to 1 or 2 months, sometime I can't even track the parcel through online tracking system when they come, which is very anonying. Currently I'm doing a proj with multiple sensors and stm32f1, I ordered some wire, resistors, sensors, muxes, prototype boards on aliexpress, and they are still waiting for shipment.
If there happen to be some guys living in Australia, where is your best reliable, and quick delivery board source? Which store do you usually spend your bucks? :D

mrburnette
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Re: A Noob question, what's the best online source of break out boards & electronic parts in Australia?

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Roger Clark of the old forum was in-touch with the down-under happenings, but my guess is to scan/post on Dave's EEVblog:
https://www.eevblog.com/

Using Google's site-centric approach:
https://www.google.com/search?r&q=cheap ... evblog.com


Ray

windyyam
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Re: A Noob question, what's the best online source of break out boards & electronic parts in Australia?

Post by windyyam »

mrburnette wrote:
Wed Nov 11, 2020 12:44 am
Using Google's site-centric approach:
https://www.google.com/search?r&q=cheap ... evblog.com


Ray
Ah, find it
https://www.eevblog.com/forum/chat/purc ... australia/
Should add them to my bookmark. Thanks ray. :D

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