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What is the Best Strategy for Q4 Electronic Component Excess?

Posted by John Pallazola

Oct 24, 2017 4:03:55 PM

How can you get the full write off this year and still get the highest return for your surplus electronic components?

The majority of EMS, OEMs, and CMs do not have a dedicated crew to sell excess electronic components. Anyone who has ever tried knows that no Franchised Distributor is going to take back the leftover parts that they sold you. Often, the task usually falls back onto the buyer who initially purchased the parts to begin with. But wait a minute. You are a seasoned pro at procurement, not reselling! Still, you are the one it falls back on so here is a helpful list of pitfalls to avoid so you can MAXIMIZE your return and avoid the 5 biggest mistakes!

It's end of Q4/calendar year. Do you have inventory that your company needs to write off the books for 2017? Earthtron has a variety of programs that can enable you to get a 2017 write off while enjoying the benefit of a higher return on those parts in 2018. 

Earthtron will get you an immediate write-off, ensure that all parts are properly catalogued, packaged, and remarketed accordingly to enable the biggest returns on your surplus. We understand that not every company has the resources to have a dedicated team to sell their excess for them, and more often than not it collects dust and diminishes in value until gets thrown into the lap of the purchasing department. 

Utilize EarthTron LLC as your dedicated excess sales team. 


Click the button below to submit your excess inventory for a free inventory appraisal:


Act now to receive the best value for your unused electronic components.

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Micron and other Excess Components from EarthTron

Posted by Jason Miles

Aug 25, 2017 12:32:22 AM


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Topics: excess

BCM82792BKFSBG Seeking Broadcom Excess 50-100 Pieces

Posted by Danielle Leger

Sep 14, 2016 10:56:59 AM


Earthtron is Looking to Buy Your Broadcom Excess


Part Number: BCM82792






Quantity: 50-100 Pieces


Click Below To Submit Your Excess Inventory File:

Click To Submit Excess Inventory




Manufactuerer: Broadcom

Description: Dual 100G Gearbox Physical Layer Transceiver (PHY)

Quantity: 50-100 Pieces





Broadcom claims that the BCM82792 is the industry's highest performance, lowest power multi-rate 100GbE gearbox physical layer transceiver (PHY). The device offers dual 100Gbps ports on a single gearbox chip, increasing the density while reducing power consumption (2W per port).

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Topics: Broadcom Shortage, excess

Sell Your Excess Electronic Components: FPGA XCKU040-2FFVA1156E

Posted by Danielle Leger

Aug 30, 2016 12:09:21 PM

Looking To Sell Excess Electronic Components?

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Topics: excess, FPGA, xilinx

Growing Pains and New Competition Causing Broadcom Delays and Allocation?

Posted by Danielle Leger

Aug 10, 2016 2:44:47 PM


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Topics: excess, SURPLUS ELECTRONICS, Broadcom Shortage, Broadcom Surplus

Looking for Excess Stock: IR3550MTRPBF

Posted by Nadeesha Thewarapperuma

Aug 3, 2016 12:30:00 PM


Part Number: IR3550MTRPBF

Variations of the part: IR3550MTR, IR3550M

Quantity: We're seeking surplus stock, contact us if you have some. (jason.miles@earthtron.com).


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Topics: excess, IR3550MTRPBF

369 pieces of IR3550MTRPBF available through EarthTron $5.00 USD/ea

Posted by Nadeesha Thewarapperuma

Jun 16, 2016 11:12:41 AM

Part Number: IR3550MTRPBF

Variations of the part: IR3550MTR, IR3550M

Quantity: 369 pieces in original factory packaging.

Packaging: PQFN, 32 Lead 6mm x 6mm

Date code: 2014

Price: $5.00 USD/ea

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Topics: excess

4 Killer Tips for Marketing your Excess Micro SD Cards

Posted by Nadeesha Thewarapperuma

Feb 19, 2016 2:00:14 PM

     Do you have excess components on hand? Here are four great tips on how you can get the most for your surplus and clear up factory space.

    Currently, we are looking for excess Micro SD cards. We have an ongoing promotion of excess Sandisk 2GB SD cards, and there is a high demand for the stock.

    2GB Micro SD cards are usually used to store media rich files, including photos, videos and music. They are perfect for handheld mobile devices.

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Topics: excess

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