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Australia : element14 offers an expanded range of Multicomp components for customers in Asia.

element14 has showcased 34,000 products from Multicomp, a global provider of board level and box build components for use in electronics design, education, electrical equipment and contract manufacturing, repair and maintenance. Comprising connectors, capacitors, resistors, semiconductors, lamps, LEDs, switches, fuses, transformers, fans and accessories, this extensive range is available at http://au.element14.com/valuebrands where customers can review, compare and purchase from one convenient site and enjoy greater value with the new 2013 pricing.

Marc Grange, Head of Product Marketing, element14 Asia-Pacific said, Multicomp products have been best-sellers for many years and we are delighted to showcase all their products on our element14 sites. Customers will find it easier to search and select from these products which offer high quality and value, and deliver the high procurement standards required for electronics and electrical design and manufacturing.

The Multicomp range includes 14,000 resistors, 5,000 capacitors, and 4,500 connectors available for immediate dispatch. The Multicomp thick film chip resistor, order code 2129195, available in full reel, is suitable for both wave and reflow soldering.

One of Multicomp s best-seller is an impedance protected fan with shaded-pole motor construction, order code 1133205; it operates quietly with a background noise level below 15 dB(A).

The Multicomp SMA coaxial connector, order code 1169617, with gold contact plating and characteristic-impedance of 50 ohm, confirms to MIL-STD-348A and ASTM D1710.

The ultraminiature light-weight Multicomp tactile switch, order code 9471898, with its inserted moulding in its contact prevents flux build-up during soldering, and permits auto-dipping.

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