Electronic index and storage
|Electronic index and storage|
|A list of electronic parts available in the space and ideas/best practices to store them and keep them ordered.|
On this page you'll find a list of all the electronic parts that should always be available in the space. It also acts as an idea-page for storing the electronic parts.
Electronic parts index
Ceramic multilayer capacitor, 50V (10 each): 1.0pF, 2.2pF, 3.3pF, 4.7pF, 6.8pF, 10pF, 15pF, 22pF, 33pF, 47pF, 68pF, 100pF, 150pF, 220pF, 330pF, 470pF,
Trimmers/potentiometers (2 each): 100R, 1K, 10K, 100K, 500K,
Diodes(10 each): 1N4001 (1A, 50V), 1N4007 (1A, 1000V), 1N5401 (3A, 50V), 1N5408 (3A, 1000V),
Zener diodes, 500mW BZX55(10 each): 3.3V, 3.6V, 5.1V, 5.6V, 6.2V, 6.8V, 9.1V, 12V, 15V,
Voltage regulators(5 each): LM7833 (3.3V) LM7805 (5V) LM7809 (9V) LM7812 (12V)
Transistors: BC547 (20 pcs), BC557 (20 pcs), TIP120 (3 pcs), TIP127 (3 pcs),
Operational amplifiers: LM741 (5 pcs)
Storing electronic parts
There is a plethoria of ways to store these components, but we should find and use the most efficient way.
Using coin envelopes
Coin envelopes are small envelopes which are useful for storing all the component parts. These envelopes can be stored in cabinets, where they can be easily retrieved. No physical protection of the components though. 
These are boxes with a lot of drawers, easy to use but bulky. 
Others are notebooks, shoe boxes and large plastic boxes.