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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
PC11-.001-100-1 ASAP Semiconductor F-DYNE Not Provided POLYCARBONATE. ROUND WRAP. STA
PC1X-.0456-50-1 ASAP Semiconductor F-DYNE Not Provided POLYCARBONATE. ROUND WRAP. SPE
PC-1.5-100-5 ASAP Semiconductor F-DYNE Not Provided POLYCARBONATE. FLAT WRAP. CASE

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