# Which components can be labelled as "BD" on a printed circuit board?

In the process of repairing some consumer electronics, I encountered some SMDs labelled BD on the silkscreen:

As this one has clearly blown, I'm interested in knowing what it could be.

Here is another component on the board, having the same label, that seems to be in better shape:

Note for people that might land here for a more general case: BD is a common abbreviation for "board".

• Could it maybe stand for "Bead", i.e. Ferrite Bead? They are commonly named FB, but who knows. Nov 30 '21 at 7:33
• We use FB for them (ferrite beads), BD seems unusual. Nov 30 '21 at 7:35
• I found Waldo! Now where's that darn scroll... Nov 30 '21 at 8:22
• As for what BD stands for... Bad Designator? :) It's clearly a ferrite bead, I've seen FE or FB for those. Nov 30 '21 at 12:54
• I'm pretty sure BD standard for "whatever Buddy, i Do what i want" Nov 30 '21 at 17:32