Today we are releasing our new “Related Parts” section of the detail page. This new section will help you to discover secondary parts and categories that are linked to the component you’re viewing.
In June of 2015, Parts.io became the first electronic component search engine to quantify risk on all components in the supply chain with RiskRank. ..
Parts.io is now fully open to the public. No registration required. All the data. Free.
Parts.io was launched in September of 2014 to a limited aud..
There's a dearth of analog design capability out there today, not because people can't do it or won't do it, but because it hasn't been taught.Jim Williams
Analog Engineer, Linear Technology
You don’t always know what part number you’re searching for. The parts.io infer service makes component search more like natural language.
Upwards of 70% of the total number of parts listed on a BOM are passives. What do you do when you need fill out the part numbers?
The main problem is that people tend to trust [SPICE] answers, as they trust most computers, long after the reason to trust it should have evaporated...Bob Pease
Applications engineer at National Semiconductor
Parts.io search results are ranked in order of popularity: the part most searched for is the part that bubbles up to the top of the search ranking.
Low risk parts can actually be bought and assembled into products. Choosing parts with a low Risk Rank will provide the best experience for manufacturing.
We are excited to introduce the Parts.io Composite Price. The Composite Price provides a current, single price view across the electronic distributo..
Here at Parts.io, we’re all about data. It is so important to have the most available information when discovering and deciding on new components. T..
Mark Garrison of Saleae and James Whong of Mooshim talk about the manufacturing challenges to making low cost test equipment.
We’ve started playing around with a new way of sharing info with users. Well, new to us: Twitter!
We’ve had a Twitter account from the beginning ..