Condition: New Old Stock in original packaging, never opened. Datecode: 1036.
Quantity: 60 pieces per lot. Two lots available.
List price at Microchip, when buying more than 25 units: USD 2,74 a piece
Here you save 50 % compared to the list price.
Arduino library exists for this controller making it ideal for DIY projects.
Note that the QFN package is quite small and requires excellent solder skills .
The Ethernet controller requires an external 25 MHz crystal, which I have listed elsewhere on Tindie.
Shipping from Denmark to anywhere in the World with standard postal services (www.PostNord.dk).
Given the value of the components insured shipping is recommended by the seller. Recommended letters start at DKK 128 for a recommended letter up to 500 g (equivalent to USD 18,50 equivalent to EUR 17,50).
If the buyer decides not to go for an insured shipment, the buyer assumes full responsible for the shipment; also if it gets lost in the mail somewhere. It seldom happens, but it could theoretically. Uninsured shipments start at DKK 50 for a standard letter up to 500 g (equivalent to USD 7,25 equivalent to EUR 6,90).
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Danish Post: Standard Ground Rate - recommended letter
The fee is for an insured/recommended letter up to 500 g total weight. Additional items are shipped free of charge as long as the weight limit is not passed. Otherwise the standard terms and prices of Postdanmark (PostNord) apply. If the buyer decides to have the items shipped uninsured, then the buyer assumes full responsibility of the shipment. This is generally not advisable for high-value items, but is recommended for low-value items, as letters seldom get misplaced by the postal services. Please clarify any question you might have with the seller before buying/bidding. Items are sold as "New Old Stock" without any warranty/guarantee. The buyer carries all costs associated with returning the items to the seller if the buyer decides to return the items.
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I am DIY electronic enthusiast with a focus on developing simple embedded systems and other useful gadgets. Some of my earlier prototypes will be listed here as well as surplus electronic components I will no longer be needing. The reason for selling out of my surplus stock is to be able to fund further development.
I aim to keep all designs Open Hardware. They can be found here: www.maskau.dk