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I'm trying to repair a Yamaha LED headlight. The panel has SOIC-10 ICs with AGQ6NA marking and no manufacturer info. They are probably boost or buck-boost converter controllers, they drive PJD25N06A mosfets. One LED takes ~13V, the other needs 18-19V at rated power.

Does anyone know what these ICs are?

AGQ6NA, 5mm tall package

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  • \$\begingroup\$ that's probably a custom IC or at least a custom packaged IC. So, if google can't help you, chances are slim we can't. Also, if you're asking this because you want to replace it: Even if it's the component that's broken, it broke because something else malfunctioned, and chances are that is still broken afterwards. \$\endgroup\$ – Marcus Müller Mar 3 at 19:48
  • \$\begingroup\$ It might help people to know what sort of vehicle these are from, and any part numbers. As knowing it has, eg, a CAN bus, and 10 pins might be good enough to narrow down the options. \$\endgroup\$ – james Mar 3 at 22:06
  • \$\begingroup\$ It's from a Yamaha MT-09. Nothing special, it takes 12V and a dimmed beam switching input. No CAN bus. It died because the owner tried to test it with a xenon transformer... (But it has lots of protection, all other components seem to be healthy.) \$\endgroup\$ – g77 Mar 4 at 8:07

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