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Transistor: What is "epitaxial planar type"?

It's not special these days, no; epitaxy is a common process. It's a description of how it's made. Compare with double and triple-diffused types, which form the junctions by diffusing dopants into ...
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Identifying 14-pin DFN14 SMD with marking 9255 -GE708

I believe this could be an Infineon TLE9255W, which is a CAN transciever. The logo appears to be an infineon-logo, and 9255 matches the part number. It might be a counterfeit chip, as the markings are ...
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Transistor part number and equivalent part

Take a look at NTE 374. It seems to match well.
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Identify this 2-pin DC connector

Probably way too late, but I've finally found the perfect match, on Amazon of all places. It's a cigarette lighter DC power plug. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0762JLR6R/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?...
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Identifying component marked 1050J

I'ts a Murata CERALOCK ceramic resonator. Exact specs for it cannot be determined from the markings, and you need a part ordered with exact same specs for it to run in the environment of that board. ...
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What is this component next to the IR LEDs on an Amcrest Camera?

Appears to a light sensor phototransistor (could be a chip too). As in this Kingbright one: Datasheet here The ones with light blue epoxy roll off to 20% response at around 750nm vs. 470nm for clear ...
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Can you identify this resistor or resistance?

It is either a temperature sensor or a diode, or a diode used as a temperature sensor. In either case it is unlikely to be broken. The more likely cause for charging problems is that the battery cells ...
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What is that blue round thing below the resistor?

Looks like a simple spacer. It's bad (for reliability and stability through soldering) to have the part too close to the solder blob. Those are precision resistors (and it looks like some kind of ...
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Identifying a resistor array

They had a bespoke resistor array (a kind of simple hybrid circuit) made that likely incorporated all the compatible resistors in the circuit, allowing them to reduce parts count and use a cheaper ...
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Identifying a resistor array

This is indeed (most likely) a resistor array. It's a type of precision array consisting of a resistive material patterned on a ceramic substrate, then laser-trimmed to the right resistances (or ...
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Three-pin SMD part marked 550B identification

My reference shows it as a: BC550B (BC 550B) - SILICON NPN 50V / 0.2A / 0.5W transistor.
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Help identify this part

Further searching suggests it's a motorola diode, possibly MR751, not manufactured for a while now.
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Help identifying LVDS display connection type

That connectors is a Front Flip ZIF FFC socket. (My site) Identifying the connector doesn't tell you anything about how it's used. You would need to do a lot of reverse engineering. there is no ...
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Castellation metal loop connector

Old thread, new solution: the pins are now available from here: https://lectronz.com/products/flexypin-pack-of-100. I've tried them out and it works very well down to 0.05" pitch.
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What is this component? White SMD part marked "W"

Note the silkscreen markings "FS1" and FS2", indicating they are indeed fuses.
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What kind of molex(?) connector is this?

TE, Universal MATE-N-LOK II Found using my connector identification utility TE 350767-1 {Picture from Digikey's website} You can buy it from Digikey. The contacts are listed at the bottom of that ...
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What is this component? White SMD part marked "W"

They are possibly this 7 amp fuse: -
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What is this component? White SMD part marked "W"

It appears to be a fast acting ceramic fuse rated for 7 amperes. It looks very much like the Littelfuse "437 Series – 1206 Fast-Acting Fuse" This table from the datasheet says code W is 7 ...
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Micro component to send signal to skin nerves (non-invasive)

A resistor, when current flows through them they get hot.
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What is the name of this style of USB C receptacle with shield integrated into case?

The generic name for the sub-component of a connectors that contains the contacts is "insert". That term is mostly used when discussing circular connectors. But I would use the same term in ...
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Pinout question: Is this just a PCIe x8 slot in a proprietary card position?

As it turns out, it is a PCIe interface and the extension cable worked. Thanks @brhans for offering the added bit of confidence I needed to try this out! Here is a Reddit article about the whole ...
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Connector identification - 2-pin miniature square, keyed, used on Bosch ebike

I'm sure you've already found an alternate solution, but for anyone this might help in the future, it looks like they're from a series of 'nano' automotive connectors made by TE Connectivity - https://...
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Help identify this connector

That is a single wall, wire-to-board connector, 3.96 mm pitch (my site). Manufacturers include: MANUF. - SERIES Adam tech - LHB LHC LHD + MTB (crimp) Molex - KK 171813 KK 171814 KK 41671 KK 41672 ...
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Identify the correct code of an SMD transistor used to switch a relay coil

RN1106 is a plausible choice. If you can remove a similar one and measure the E-B resistance you'll have a much better idea if it's an exact replacement (should be ~52kΩ in one direction and perhaps ...
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Help identify this SMD (diode) component

There are a lot of different diode parts with similar numbers, without the manufacturer ID (the broken cathode line is a clue if someone recognizes it) and the case size are likely required. It's ...
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Identify optical interruptor in Canon aperture assembly

I recently found it: Rohm RPI-121
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ID needed for this socket

I love connector identification questions. Those really look like Molex "Microblade" series connectors: Crimp housing part number 51004-xxxx (https://docs.rs-online.com/804a/...
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Identify this 2-pin DC connector

As someone else has already said, this appears to be an R2PPC plug also used in radio communications. Its also know as a Philmore 8464 plug. I do believe that the Cybernet CB-2 lead for CB radios ...
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Identifying potentiometer

250 V, 1 A, is the rating of the on-off switch (and that will be for AC). The 250 W will be dissipated in the load, not in the switch. The switch contact resistance should be very low - maybe half an ...
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What cable is this, and what is attached to the end?

namely that green thing. That green connector is the plug of a 2-piece pluggable terminal block (my site). I want to connect the same type of transducer to the function generator. If the transducer ...
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Help identify this panel AC A-meter

Try Crompton. They can probably supply exactly what you need, Challenger series. If you want to search further, that's a "50A bezel-mount analog panel meter". Looks like it has an internal ...
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What are these two components?

First identified the logo as ON Semi. On the right: On Semi MTD10N10EL (found with "ON SEMI marking 10N) On the left: On Semi MTD3055VL (after realizing how the first marking worked, searched on ...
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What cable is this, and what is attached to the end?

The 'green thing' is merely a connector of some description, possibly for 'Lucas' style flat terminals. The video author does not have the corresponding connector, as he is hooking a croc-clip lead ...
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Need help identifying component (diode?) - black, rectangular, marked 100 D95 with [ + ] at one end

It appears to be a 100uF/20V Panasonic 20TQC100MYF or 20TDC100MYF tantalum polymer capacitor (POSCAP™). D is the voltage code.
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Need help identifying component (diode?) - black, rectangular, marked 100 D95 with [ + ] at one end

That's a tantalum capacitor, not a diode. Most likely 100 μF from the marking.
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How do I identify SMD components? (or how do I identify any component)

For devices from TI there is a very useful page available which let's you search the marking codes of the TI chips. TI Part lookup Depending on the package there is also a datecode written on it. And ...
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