Anglia is the UK’s leading independent authorised distributor of semiconductors, optoelectronics, interconnect, and passive and electromechanical components.

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Anglia is the UK’s leading independent authorised distributor of semiconductors, optoelectronics, interconnect, and passive and electromechanical components. A signatory of the ADS SC21 programme, the company holds AS9120, ISO9001 & ISO14001 accreditations.

Technically adept, with an experienced team of staff, Anglia supports OEM and EMS companies in every sector of electronics manufacturing. Anglia's suppliers include some of the world's leading electronic component brands, complemented by many smaller companies with leadership in their chosen technologies.

Anglia stocks over 1 Billion components from more than 900,000 product lines in the UK. Components from every supplier are stocked in depth and breadth for same-day dispatch. Anglia aims to streamline logistics and reduce customers' transaction costs through services that include KAN-BAN, EDI, and customer-dedicated inventory, while an accurate, on-time delivery performance is a vital goal for the company.

Technical support spans a sampling service that delivers over £150,000 worth of free evaluation parts each year and expert technical advice from well-trained product specialists and face-to-face guidance from field applications engineers. Both commercially and technically, management of industry legislation and component obsolescence are recognised as areas of vital importance to customers.

Anglia is driven by an ethic of ever-improving customer understanding and, as a privately owned business, aims to provide a fast, consistent and highly responsive service.

Related News

  • Anglia enhances post-COVID sterilization solutions with UVC LED partnership

    Anglia Components is expanding its range of Ultraviolet LED solutions through a new partnership with Bolb, a leading developer of some of the most efficient and high performance UVC LEDs in the industry. The new range of components caters to the increased demand for sanitization devices as lockdown lifts.

    added by Mrs Alison Blakey 2 min Read
  • Anglia broadens IoT offering with Taoglas partnership

    Anglia Components has announced a new partnership with Taoglas, a leading provider of next-generation IoT solutions. The partnership broadens Anglia’s range of existing IoT components including RF, antenna, cables and connectors. Using the latest in high-performance RF antenna design, Taoglas has one of the most comprehensive portfolios of external and embedded antennas covering Cellular, GPS/GNSS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, UWB, NFC/RFID, LPWA, ISM band and Satcom applications. This is complemented with a range of filters, cables and connectors which can be customized to the customer’s requirement.

    added by Mrs Alison Blakey 2 min Read
  • Integrated GaN solution revolutionises power supply design

    Power supplies are a necessary evil. Customers buy systems for their functionality not the power supply, but unfortunately, they won’t work without one. Like a Victorian child, a good power supply is there but invisible: as small as possible, as efficient as possible and as low cost as possible. GaN technology is enabling high speed, increased efficiency, and higher power density never before possible using silicon MOSFETs. Andrew Pockson, Divisional Marketing Manager at Anglia, introduces a portfolio of gallium-nitride (GaN) chargers and adapters that cut 80% of the size and 70% of the weight compared to using ordinary silicon-based solutions. He looks at topologies that they enable that better address the power needs of today’s industrial, consumer, computer and automotive markets.

    added by Mrs Alison Blakey 5 min Read
  • Equivalents keep the supply chain moving in an uncertain market - Steve Rawlins, CEO , Anglia Components

    Successive cycles of shortages of chip passives have accelerated the trend for customers to specify ‘generic’ parts on the bill of materials (BOMs) rather than calling for a specific brand. Outside some really safety critical markets like aerospace and medical, most BOMs now simply specify a value and chip size for passives, or a generic diode designation, leaving the EMS to select the vendor depending on what they have in stock or what they are able to source.

    added by Mrs Alison Blakey 2 min Read

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