Electronic Components

Here’s a list of all electronic components in stock, followed by a quick guide to buying electronic components online and using them.

Passive Components

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Integrated Circuits

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Relays

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Switches & Keypads

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Audio Components

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Electronic Components Price in India

Electronic component price list in India 2022:

Electronic component namePrice (in INR)
LEDs1 - 10
ICs5 - 300
Resistors20 - 50
Potentiometers5 - 20
Capacitors20 - 50
Inductors20 - 50
Transistors5 - 50
Diodes10 - 20
Relays25 - 100
Switches10 - 100
Buzzers10 - 25
Breadboard45 - 150
Jumper Wires (Set of 10)30 - 80
Soldering Kits200 - 500
Multimeters150 - 1000
Batteries5 - 1200
Power Supply & Convertors5 - 250
Thermostat5 - 200

Things to Consider before buying Electronic Components?

  • Clearly list all features and functionalities of your DIY Automation or Robotics project.
  • List down the microcontroller/SBC, sensors, motors, or other components that may be required.
  • Do keep in mind to add basic electronic components to your list, since they are the basic building blocks for any project. Resistors and capacitors help in controlling current flow, multimeters/voltmeters helping in measurements, and soldering kits help in creating more permanent joints and connections.
  • You should ensure to purchase good quality components, to avoid any kind of short-circuits or injuries.
  • Once you’ve achieved your initial goal, you may continue to build additional features or functionality, by adding more components or by upgrading your technology.
     

- Electronic components are necessary to support your circuits and avoid short-circuits, or ‘blasts’. Since every circuit has different requirements, the components must be wisely chosen.

- Integrated Circuits (ICs) are of many types and variants. ICs would be able to take up specific functions it's designed for, and many of them can be combined to do a particular task. Examples include 555 Timer, Mux Demux ICs, LM324 Op Amps, etc

- Resistors are added in circuits to prevent uncontrollable flow of current and protect components/devices from damage. The resistance limits the flow of electrons through a circuit. Resistor values can be determined based on the colour bands, measured in ohms, and each circuit would require a particular value of resistor to function properly.

- A capacitor is a device that stores electrical energy in an electric field. It is a passive electronic component with two terminals. It can store up energy and acts like mini batteries. Capacitors also have the ability to block DC current while allowing AC current. They come in two types, ceramic and electrolytic. One must choose their capacitor based on values, measured in farads, as per circuit requirements.

- An inductor, also called a coil, choke, or reactor, is a passive two-terminal electrical component that stores energy in a magnetic field when electric current flows through it. An inductor typically consists of an insulated wire wound into a coil around a core.  Inductors are widely used in alternating current (AC) electronic equipment, particularly in radio equipment. They are used to block AC while allowing DC to pass.

- A diode is a two-terminal electronic component that conducts current primarily in one direction (asymmetric conductance); it has low (ideally zero) resistance in one direction, and high (ideally infinite) resistance in the other. The primary function of a diode is to allow current, whether AC or DC, to pass in one direction and prevent current flow from the other direction. This is useful in applications where a back EMF is expected.

 

If you’d like to draw some inspiration for ideas, you can always check out the blog section of our website.

Buying discrete electronic components vs integrated kits: Which of the two is better?

If you are quite seasoned with the DIY electronics world, you can opt to buy the discrete electronic components you require for your projects.

However if you’re new to the hobbyist world, and you wish to learn about hobby-grade electronics and microcontrollers, it is highly recommended to purchase integrated electronic component kits, as it would provide you with all the essential components required to help you get started with basic projects. Moreover, from a financial standpoint, it might be more beneficial to buy an integrated kit as opposed to getting all of the components individually.

 

Types of electronic components

What are the basic electronic components?

Basic Electronics Components are

  1. Resistors
  2. Capacitors
  3. Inductors
  4. Diodes
  5. Transistors 

Power Sources
1. DC Power generators like Batteries

2. Power Outlet and power bricks 

 

Measurement Devices and Troubleshooting
1. Multimeters
2. Digital Oscilloscope 

3. Voltmeters

 

Active and passive electronic components

  1. Passive Components: Components that do not require an external source for their operation are called Passive Components. Examples include, resistors, capacitors and inductors
  2. Active Components: Components that require an external source for their operation are called Active Components. Examples include, diode, transistors, SCRs, etc 

 

How to test/check electronic components?

With a digital multimeter

Resistors: Set the multimeter in resistance mode, and measure the resistance across the multimeter. The reading should correspond to an approximate value of the resistor, which you may cross-verify by calculating the colour codes on the resistor.

Capacitors: Set the multimeter in continuity mode and check for a beep as you connect the leads across the resistors. If it does, the capacitor is blown out as capacitors aren’t supposed to conduct DC currents.

LED: Set the multimeter in continuity mode and check if the LED glows when you connect the leads across the appropriate (positive and negative) terminals. If it does, your LED works fine.

Diodes: Set the multimeter in diode mode, and measure the forward bias voltage. For a silicon diode, it should be between 0.5-0.7 V, and for a germanium diode it should be 0.2-0.3 V. In case if it shows O.L or values lesser than stated, the diodes are either blown out or shorted out, respectively.

 

With a circuit board

LED: You can construct a circuit that takes 5V input to the positive lead of the LED, with a 330+ ohm resistor in between the power source and the LED, connected in series (to limit the current). The negative lead should be connected to ground. If the LED glows when the supply is turned on, it indicates that the LED works fine.

Resistors and capacitors can be checked if it’s functioning properly by measuring the voltage between the two leads with a multimeter while in operation.

 

Basics of using electronic components

The most popular electronic component uses

Electronic components are the fundamental building blocks for any electronic device. Components like resistors and capacitors ensure that there’s a control over the electric currents that pass across the devices, preventing any sort of short circuit or uncontrolled flow of current.

But the possibilities of what you can do with it are limitless. You can easily put various components together to create whatever your imagination permits.. Electronics have taken over the world! And it’s with reason. It gives us an easy way to create and prototype our ideas, to make the world a better place

 

How to solder electronic components?

Soldering is a process in which two or more metal items are joined together by melting and then flowing a filler metal into the joint the filler metal having a relatively low melting point. It is used to form a permanent connection between electronic components.

The tools required for soldering are
- Soldering Iron

- Solder

- Flux

- Soldering Station (optional)

- Stand (optional)

 

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