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    5V RGB led node module
    Special Price Rs 214.76 Rs 182.00 was Rs 461.38
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    7 inch IPS LCD 1024*600 Resolution with Touch
    Rs 7,759.68 Rs 6,576.00
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    7 Segment Led Display Common Cathode
    Special Price Rs 27.14 Rs 23.00 was Rs 54.28
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    Rs 21.24 Rs 18.00
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    Rs 18.88 Rs 16.00
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    74HC238N IC Pack of 5
    Rs 141.60 Rs 120.00
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    74LS10 Triple-3-Input NAND Gate
    Rs 75.52 Rs 64.00
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    74LS11 Triple 3-Input AND Gate
    Rs 66.08 Rs 56.00
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    74LS12 NAND Gate Pack of 5
    Rs 223.02 Rs 189.00
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    74LS161 Synch 4-Bit Counter
    Rs 90.86 Rs 77.00
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    Rs 33.04 Rs 28.00
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    74LS86 Quad 2 Input Exclusive OR Gate
    Rs 66.08 Rs 56.00
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#1. Where should I buy electronic components in India?

Buy electronic components at an online store

Buying electronic components at an online store is a relatively hassle-free way to get the components you need, from the comfort of your home. Online stores like Robocraze provide a wide range of components and kits that you may require for a project. It would also give you a convenient way to easily cross check part numbers/model numbers to make sure it is exactly what you need. Robocraze provides easy shopping, fast delivery and great tech support to help you troubleshoot your technical queries.

Buy electronic components at a shop near you

At Bangalore
#822, 9th Main, 1st C Cross, HRBR Layout 1st Block, Banaswadi - 560043

At Hyderabad
#101-C, RKR Plaza, Pillar No 119, Attapur - 500048

At Ahmedabad
Shop No 5, Sumatinath Complex, Opp Kothawala Flats, Pritam Nagar, Paldi - 380006 

At Mangalore
#3-E-17-T-1417/1 (Behind Nanthoor Bus Stand - 575002

#2. Electronic components price in India - online

Electronic component price list in India 2020:



Electronic component name

Price (in INR)


1 - 10


5 - 300


20 - 50


5 - 20


20 - 50


20 - 50


5 - 50


10 - 20


25 - 100


10 - 100


10 - 25


45 - 150

Jumper Wires (Set of 10)

30 - 80

Soldering Kits

200 - 500


150 - 1000


5 - 1200

Power Supply & Convertors

5 - 250


5 - 200


Buying discrete electronic components vs integrated kits: Which of the two is better?

If you are quite seasoned with the DIY electronics world, you can opt to buy the discrete electronic components you require for your projects.

However, if you’re new to the hobbyist world, and you wish to learn about hobby-grade electronics and microcontrollers, it is highly recommended to purchase integrated electronic component kits, as it would provide you with all the essential components required to help you get started with basic projects. Moreover, from a financial standpoint, it might be more beneficial to buy an integrated kit as opposed to getting all of the components individually.

How to test/check electronic components?

With a digital multimeter

Resistors: Set the multimeter in resistance mode, and measure the resistance across the multimeter. The reading should correspond to an approximate value of the resistor, which you may cross-verify by calculating the colour codes on the resistor.

Capacitors: Set the multimeter in continuity mode and check for a beep as you connect the leads across the resistors. If it does, the capacitor is blown out as capacitors aren’t supposed to conduct DC currents.

LED: Set the multimeter in continuity mode and check if the LED glows when you connect the leads across the appropriate (positive and negative) terminals. If it does, your LED works fine.

Diodes: Set the multimeter in diode mode, and measure the forward bias voltage. For a silicon diode, it should be between 0.5-0.7 V, and for a germanium diode it should be 0.2-0.3 V. In case if it shows O.L or values lesser than stated, the diodes are either blown out or shorted out, respectively.

With a circuit board

LED: You can construct a circuit that takes 5V input to the positive lead of the LED, with a 330+ ohm resistor in between the power source and the LED, connected in series (to limit the current). The negative lead should be connected to the ground. If the LED glows when the supply is turned on, it indicates that the LED works fine.

Resistors and capacitors - can be checked if it’s functioning properly by measuring the voltage between the two leads with a multimeter while in operation.