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Shopping with Lankatronics.com and Aptinex

Last weekend I got chance to visit to Aptinex (Pvt.) Ltd.  Aptinex is a Sri Lankan startup company and they are mainly do Electronic circuit designing, PCB prototyping, mass-production of PCBs, selling electronic components, development kits, etc. In my last visit I order some dsPICs, Atmel ATmega MCUs and some SMD passive parts from them. They have good collection of development kits and programmers which include Arduino, MSP430 base kits, ARM development boards, Altera FPGA kits, etc.

Another interesting thing they have is electro-mechanical parts. They have various kinds of actuator modules, servo mechanisms, gear systems and controllers. I think this is good news to Sri Lankan DIY electronic community, because right now it is bit difficult to get these items in local electronic shops.

According to Aptinex, Lankatronics.com is there market place. Lankatronics.com operates in both real and virtual nature. Anyone can order Aptinex products through this site and they have nice and quick delivery system. One interesting feature in this site is “suggest an item” page. As per my discussion with them they don't have minimum order quantity and customers can order “special/rare” parts through them for prototyping purposes also.

I believe this is an excellent opportunity to Sri Lankan DIY electronic community and like to rate there effort with a clear 5 out of 5!

Contact details of Lankatronics.com and Aptinex are as follows:

LankaTronics Trading (Pvt) Ltd.
34/1, Old Kesbewa Road,
Rattanapitiya,
Boralesgamuwa,
Sri Lanka.


E-mail: info@lankatronics.com
Phone: +94 112 545470
Web: http://www.lankatronics.com and http://www.aptinex.com

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Anonymous said…
dose this site 'Lankatronics.com' sell real genuine products.. i really don't think so.most of the stuff they sell are cheap ebay stuff.
and this 'Aptinex comapany' really do 'Embedded Design for complex systems'
'Digital Design using FPGAs'....

I buy electronic components, modules, robot stuff from LankaTronic.com more often. The product quality is superb. They deliver items to doorstep. That's a great convenience.

They have original Arduino boards, Original Texas Instruments DSP boards, etc... Basically these can't be found anywhere in Sri Lanka.

They also have 1% tolerance resistors, 1% SMD resistors, capacitors, etc... Basically they are the only guys who do these.

More than everything LankaTronics and Aptinex run by a set of genuine engineers. Not just a few sales guys.

Also, owner of this blog who has written this article had visited this company by himself.

Give a try without any risk.

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