We Stress quality materials with every single order, 100% of the time. Our customers demand it, and they should. We can offer fully encompassing testing solutions for any part we sell. Broadline Components does business with OEMs, and CM's distributors, EMS, and ODM's, Supplying all types of electronic board level components, and we thoroughly hand select our supply chain partners selectively . Broadline helps cope with procurement issues such as RoHS compliance (lead-free); Potential assembly line down situations with overnight delivery, and component end of life (EOL) to cover a few. Call to see if we can help you with a second source option, we’re sure we’ll become your first choice in the future!
Our business is to offer turn-key procurement solutions for companies large and small that require electronic components and component services such as:
- Allocated, obsolete, end of life & hard-to-find product sourcing
- Purchasing of Excess Inventory from our active customers
- Consignment inventory - (we sell your parts while on your shelf)
- Thorough, product specific -testing solutions
- Tape and reeling services
- Datasheet services
- Military specification / Industrial / Commercial temperature burn-in
- Baking & dry-packing
- Bare board sourcing
- Lead-free alternatives
- End of life alternatives
RoHS Compliance (Restriction of Hazardous Substances)
Let Broadline work with you, to find the Lead-free and Rohs compliant parts you require. Shorten those long lead-times by calling today! Our extensive Database has the ability to cross reference Non-Rohs parts, to the parts you need right away!
The RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) Directive is a European initiative intended to reduce the environmental impact of electrical or electronic products in the waste stream and improve the recyclability of that waste. RoHS will have an effect on many manufacturing processes like PCB Design and PCB Assembly. Under RoHS, electrical and electronic products destined for sale in Europe must be free of six hazardous substances identified by the directive by July 1, 2006. This means that companies that manufacture, rebrand, or import electrical or electronic equipment destined for Europe must take action now to ensure that their products comply with RoHS requirements by July 1, 2006. While compliance with RoHS during PCB Assembly may be complex and costly for some producers, it will eventually help them comply with similar regulations now emerging in the U.S. and other global regions.