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Anglia Live now offers enhanced free sample service

Anglia has upgraded Anglia Live, its e-commerce website, adding easier access to free samples, faster searches and improved keyword searching.

Customers with an Anglia Live credit account will now be able to request free samples to support design evaluations and initial prototype builds directly from the site. Anglia has offered comprehensive access to free samples and evaluation kits for some time, but until now this service has been offered through a separate portal. Now, free samples are fully integrated with Anglia Live allowing customers to search stock and order samples from the same site.

David Pearson, Technical Director at Anglia, said, “Obtaining samples of a range of devices for evaluation on the bench in the context of a project is a key part of the design process. Anglia fully recognises that and our aim is to make access to free samples and development tools as quick and simple as possible.” He continued, “Anglia Live helps designers in their selection by prioritising results around parts which are profiled and recommended for new designs. Where devices have been discontinued by their original manufacturer or are subject to change notifications, these are clearly flagged as not recommended for new designs or removed from the site altogether.”

Other upgrades include extended coverage of industry standard part numbers included in the keyword search, allowing customers to cross reference more easily. The company has also harnessed best available technologies to improve the speed of response of the site, and especially to improve the search speed.

Anglia Live supports design engineers and purchasing managers and features include a comprehensive parametric search engine covering all active supplier part numbers, including lines not held in stock, and cross-references over 2 million industry standard part numbers. All listings include live visibility of Anglia current and projected stock levels and any product change or termination notifications (PCN / PTN) issued by the supplier. .

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Neil Tyler

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