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As technology progresses, some things are bound to become obsolete. New developments require new products. This really is true for all of the items that we use, and electronic components are among them. This is the way it'll continue steadily to be. The new will constantly enter the scene to dominate from the old. That's how progress works after all.

There are many explanations why electronic component may become obsolete. One of the very common reasons is that the products that use the components may no more be in use. If your product has a short life cycle, it follows that the components so it uses shall also provide a quick life cycle. Thus, when that product goes out from the market and manufactures cease, it would be the end of life for the components so it uses.

One of many reasons for components becoming obsolete may be the impact of governmental policies. Sometime ago, when the European Union decided to ban some hazardous parts, component buyers did face some problems. In cases like this, on the list of parts to go were those who were not lead-free. With the EU ban in position, those who used components using lead or the other banned substances were hit hard. This is especially a challenge in places just like the United States, where in actuality the law pertaining to hazardous substances hadn't been put in effect.

One of many effects that the banning of specific components have is that entire machinery may become unusable due to it. As an example, it is not possible to use non-leaded components in machinery that uses leaded parts. This is because the temperatures that each and every require are extremely different. Thus, if manufactures cease for one part, several others may be facing the ends of these lives.

Needless to say, several items of the various components shall remain with suppliers. However, it is safe to express that finding these components can turn into quite a headache. Some semiconductors can be really hard to find and it may become difficult to find obsolete integrated circuits. End of life electronic parts remain with a few suppliers to assist people who have to continue using older machinery.

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