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E-Biz Wiz #6384
01/01/02 05:52 PM
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sparky  Offline OP
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How much E-Biz do you do?
Do you use internet suppliers? (me about 15%)
Do you confere with customers? ( me --50%)
Do you refer to online catalogs ( "- 90%)

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Re: E-Biz Wiz #6385
01/01/02 07:58 PM
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Fred  Offline
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Posts: 449
Straughn, IN 47387
I do some business online with Grainger.com. Been happy for the most part so far.
Kind of off the thread's subject, but I am having trouble locating an IEC reversing contactor. It's a Telemecanique LC2K0910 120V coil with NO aux. contacts. I need one really badly right now and am going to need about 60 more over the next few months. Grainger can't get one. I found the part number listed at Telemecanique's website but can't find a vendor. Anybody got a suggestion?
Sorry to stray from the subject.

Re: E-Biz Wiz #6386
01/01/02 08:07 PM
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Sandro  Offline
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Posts: 444
Stoney Creek, ON, Canada
Try eBay..

This isn't exactly what you are looking for, but this quy is an electrical supplier and might have the model you need.

Click this link : http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1316729732

Hope this helps.

Re: E-Biz Wiz #6387
01/01/02 08:08 PM
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rkukl  Offline
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Posts: 41
Turners Falls,MA. USA
I think they are owned by Groupe Schneider who also owns Square D. I get Tele parts from my local Grayabar supply house. If you don't have a local branch I think they have a Web store.

Re: E-Biz Wiz #6388
01/01/02 08:34 PM
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Re: E-Biz Wiz #6389
01/02/02 10:03 AM
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JBD  Offline
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Posts: 599
WI, USA
Telemecanique and Square D are both owned by Schneider Electric (was Groupe Schneider). In the U.S. all Telemecanique control products are marketed by Square D and in Canada it is Scneider Electric. In both cases all items are available through all Square D distributors. Or try http://www.squared.com

Re: E-Biz Wiz #6390
01/02/02 02:08 PM
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ElectricAL  Offline
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Posts: 597
Minneapolis, MN USA
Sparky,

I order 90% online (between three suppliers), and in the process go after manufacturers tech sheets or installation documents as needed. Ready access to the installation documents alone is worth the price of admission for me, as the docs make the design-build conundrums disolve away.


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Re: E-Biz Wiz #6391
01/02/02 08:09 PM
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Frank Cinker  Offline
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Posts: 311
Pennsylvania
Grainger Catalog and CD is excellent. I wish more Suppliers in Pennsylvania would have the same.


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