I did a big mistake and damage an electronic coil in my PCB. The only information I did have is the coil itself! There are two identical coil in it.
This is my PCB. It is the UCD-210M.
This is the broke coil
And this is the another good one in PCB.
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So, what you can see is the three colors (clockwise):
This page show how to identify this colors. But it don't show the value of every color, maybe for every series, it change the value. I don't know what is the 1st or 2nd color dots, so I have this:
- 1st (Yellow) - 2nd (Violet) - 3rd (red)
Luckily it has this exact configuration, so it give 4700 nH
- 1st (Violet) - 2nd (Yellow) - 3rd (red)
It don't show the values…
The manufacture finally answer the mail. It is a coil of 4.7 µH. He don't give any other detail.
I am really afraid about it because all other electronic details. No model look like visually equal to mine. The best option in this list is the 0603PS-472KLB because it size. But if I buy it, will be a trial and error…
So the question is still the same:
Because I have a good one, I can use some tool to measure its value and electric details. What tools is it?
And how can I identify the exactly manufacture of this piece? If I use a generic one, can it cause problem? Maybe I can get this piece from another device, what kind of device use the same coil?