I accidentally bought 3000 MOTOROLA BAW56LT1 diodes.

I was browsing ebay for diodes and I found a bid for $11.00. I decided to bid and I won with $11.50. That is when I realized that it said 3000 not 300. What should I do with all of these diodes?

What should I do with all of these diodes?

Make a microprocessor ?

warman13579: I was browsing ebay for diodes and I found a bid for $11.00. I decided to bid and I won with $11.50. That is when I realized that it said 3000 not 300. What should I do with all of these diodes?

Keep 300 and sell 2700 on Ebay. Or make a giant diode sculpture.

http://www.instructables.com/id/Projects-with-Diodes/

I plan to sell them in packs of 250 for 5$ per pack

maybe you could use an arduino to count them out?

warman13579: I plan to sell them in packs of 250 for 5$ per pack

So,,, you're not really asking a question, you are advertising your diode sale?

I would of posted a link if I were advertising it

warman13579: I plan to sell them in packs of 250 for 5$ per pack

On eBay?

OK, so I checked and that price appears quite reasonable - as long as it includes shipping - but how much will shipping set you back?

I hope not. On ebay, it will cost him like $2.50 to ship and pay seller fees and pay paypal fees. Hardly worth it.

Are these similar to the ones on the 5V Arduinos used for reverse or over current protection on the (USB?) input?

I've shorted out a few of those, I think the 2B ones. 500 mA