List of electrical components

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This article lists electrical or electronic components (also called components ) that are required for circuits in electrical engineering or electronics .

Various electronic components

Basic building blocks

Electric lines

Electromechanical components

Components for separating and connecting lines

  • Single-phase household connector systems
  • Single and multi-phase low voltage systems
  • Low voltage plug
  • Laboratory connectors
  • Audio connectors
  • Video signal connector
  • High frequency connector
  • Data connectors
  • Telephone connectors
  • Fiber optic connector

Components for the power supply

Components for frequency generation

MEMS components

Passive components

Energy sources in the strict sense

Active components


Discrete semiconductors and power semiconductors

Integrated Circuits (ICs)

Optoelectronic components



(except photo semiconductors)

Modules, systems

See also

Web links

Individual evidence

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