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Low Cost Passive Elements

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ayeong

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Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors
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Yageo. TDK, Taiyo Yuden, Kemet & AVX

Tantalum Capacitors
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AVX & Kemet

Inductors
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Yageo, Taitech, KOA, Sumida, TMC, TDK.

I'm really short of tantalumn capacitor manufacturer. Anybody got anymore to add on to that (as well as MLCC & inductors) ?

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Tantalums

Hi,
Panasonic, and ones Philips used to manufacture tantalums too. Search Toko and Murata for inductances.
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Hi F.S,

Would you mind if you could provide me the URL for panasonic as I'm always having trouble navigating for panasonic links. All I could find is the following links which does not have any passive stuff in it.

https://www.panasonic.co.jp/semicon/e-index.html

I didn't know of Philips having tantalum capacitors as well, sounds interesting.

Thanks a million inadvance.

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Hi, Ayeong
Please look there:
https://www.panasonic.com/industrial/components/capacitor.htm
With Philips passive components happend something strange:
I used them something like 4 years ago, and still I may find some distributors in the internet, but no web site, no datasheets. As far as I know philips, they may just not to have a web site at all (as with tuners, for example, datasheets are hard to find) or may be they sold the division, I dont know.
Also You may look at Epcos also I dont know if they are cheap:
https://www.epcos.com
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