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SOT 23-6 SMD marking code

MOSFET TSOP-6 AO6602 (KO6602) Datasheet here
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Determining the type of defective part on the PCB

Single gate pin, large copper planes as heatsink connected to multiple pins... That looks like a mosfet or transistor. Based on the similar wired part nearby they drive the transformer using a half-...
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Which type of female connector is this?

Thanks to Nedd for assisting me finding the specific connector. Due to his in-depth details for a connector. I have ultimately found one. Basically this is a Chinese website that specifically ...
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Help identifying 2 capacitors in a Synology DS415+

The blue is maybe APSC6R3ELL561MH08S (Nippon Chemi-Con). The red is made by Nichicon.
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What would this small motor be used in?

The photo quality is poor but it appears to have drive teeth close to the motor (which makes sense as there is most support from the bearing and least bending moment on the shaft). The large disc has ...
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Identifying SMD component on a dash camera PCB

It's a Richtek RT8059 step-down converter. (Source: lcsc.com)
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Newbie: How to identify a chip on a board, what is the best strategy?

In this particular case, the problem is the bad picture. Identifying the markings correctly is very important, because otherwise you're searching for parts that don't exist. Get a decent macro camera ...
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Newbie: How to identify a chip on a board, what is the best strategy?

Some thoughts on identification, based upon when I have tried to answer component identification questions: Component Identification Question Guidelines on meta, which contains what to include in ...
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I need to find IC marked ID9MU

It's a MPS MP1540 step-up converter. The actual marking is D9MU, the "I" is the pin 1 indicator. (Source: szlcsc.com)
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Identify part marked 'Z14' or '214'

It is a NC7WZ14P6X from ONSEMI (SOT-363). Unfortunately i couldn't find any picture with your marking. If you look in internet you'll find old markings because originally it was a Fairchild product. ...
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Help identifying components on Sony PS Vita 2000 motherboard

I've been looking for this part too and since google keeps showing this when looking for this component, the part number for that larger IC in a PS Vita Model 1000 is: TS3USB31RSER It is a "High-...
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I can't find these ICs marked DK=H6G, AW=JFM

The top one is a Richtek RT9193-30GB LDO regulator. (Source: dokumen.tips) The bottom one is a Richtek RT9161-50GV LDO regulator. (Source: dokumen.tips)
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I can't find this IC marked 54b8

It's a Top Power (拓微集成电) TP4054 Li-Ion charger. (Source: lcsc.com)
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I can't find this IC marked 9A1Ky

It's a 3PEAK TP181A1-CR current-sensing amplifier. (Source: lcsc.com)
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Which type of female connector is this?

These are generally known as board to board connectors, in this case more specifically as "Bottom Entry" board to board connectors. The picture below shows examples of both top entry and ...
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Need help identifying resistors to use as a substitute for my OTG cord project

It seems you are in the same situation/location as I, being said, the 99% are oblivious to the difficulties, hence the " why not just buy it???!!" And so forth.so seeing how you have the ...
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Identify voltage regulator with the markings "9B 2P"

The package is SOT-89-5. I think it is XC3209F331PR or XC3209F332PR from TOREX. Picture from LCSC: And below a little explanation of how I determined these 2 part numbers.
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I can't find these ICs marked Z20hD, K00 JB, S2UI

The top one is a Diodes Inc 74LVC2G04W6-7 dual inverter. (Source: lcsc.com) The second one is a Diodes Inc AH180-WG-7 Hall-Effect switch. (Source: AliExpress) The third one is likely a Microne ...
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Identify 5 pin SMD component marked 'VTU'

It's a onsemi M74VHC1GT08DTT1G AND gate. (Source: lcsc.com)
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SMD marking code WBDCD

I'm familiar with how Silergy marks their devices so by searching, "Silergy SOT23-6 WB marking", I was able to find out that it is the SY8120.
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Snap-lock connector part identification?

a surface mount part equivalent to that connection Solder a textile snap-button to the board. You can get them at any craft store that sells sewing supplies. That's how everyone I know does it for ...
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Identify SMD voltage regulator with top marking: T1A30

That could be a R3134N33EC from RICOH. (now Nisshinbo) Significant code would be T1A. Unfortunately I didn't find any picture.
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Identifying MOSFET (P9DVA) and diode (AD6) Markings

The MOSFET is a Si2318CDS from Vishay Siliconix (P9 is the significant code here). picture from LCSC: The diode is a NSR0340HT1G from ONSEMI. (AD is the significant code here, the last character ...
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help to identify the component

It is a RT9742CGJ5 from RICHTEK. 0K= is the product code, G9W is a date code. picture from LCSC:
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Looking for an obscured amplifier

If it's an audio amplifier it might be the TDA1516BQ: - Image taken from gleeBay A lot of audio amplifiers begin with the letters TDA so it's worth searching for any that don't have a protruding ...
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What is this component? Marked 'M3 36 t' (Case: SOT-23-6)

This is a PBSS4240DPN (SOT457 in reality) from NXP/Nexperia. Marking code "M3". 36 is the datecode, t is the assembly location code. picture from LCSC
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What connector is this and what crimping tool do I need for it?

Seems to be Molex Sherlock 35507, parts 0355070400 and 0353620450. I'm not sure if their website is malfunctioning at the moment, or they're actively delisting the family, but the product page is ...
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Is this a miniature capacitor?

You literally have the TDK part number (TDK ITEM NO) to look up via google. It will bring up a datasheet. Yes, those are surface-mount capacitors. Are they something still used? Such capacitors are ...
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What is this capacitor marked F 103?

Those are 10nF ceramic disk capacitors. The 3 is the multiplier. The 10 is the value in picofarads. That's 10 picofarads multiplied by 1000 (three zeroes.) That's 10000 picofarads, which is also ...
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What is this capacitor marked F 103?

Why focus on the capacitor marking when there's a manufacturer (TDK) part number on the bag? The capacitor is from the CK45 series - per the first letters of the part number. Datasheet: https://...
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Is this a non inductive resistor? (bands won't match usual tables)

As said already, it is a resistor with a special marking. Colour bands are orange-orange-silver-gold-black, which means it is a 0.33 ohm 5% resistor. The black band could mean multiple things. Like ...
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Is this a miniature capacitor?

They are 22nF +/-10% X7R dielectric 0805 (metric 2012) SMT capacitors rated at 50VDC (1H). If the 2003 corresponds to the date of manufacture then they are more than 20 years old and I doubt any ...
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Is this a miniature capacitor?

They are indeed capacitors - this is an example of a distributor sales page that lists this part. They're attached by surface-mount soldering on a printed circuit board; plated/coated copper is ...
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Is this a non inductive resistor? (bands won't match usual tables)

It's probably a non-inductive 0.33Ω +/-5% shunt resistor used as part of a high-frequency switching power supply. There is nothing lost in replacing an inductive resistor with a non-inductive in 99.99%...
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Identify resistor on Daewoo AVS1339 speaker

Resistor identified. It a 10ohm 3 watt fusable resistor. I identified the wattage based on the dimensions. It took a bit of trial and error getting the right resistance but did some guesswork based ...
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Identification of marking on capacitor

CE 105\$^\circ\$C is the temperature rating, electrolytic capacitors generally come in either 85\$^\circ\$C or 105\$^\circ\$C ratings. 220 \$\mu\$F is the capacitance in micro-Farads. WV is Working ...
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How to identify surface mount electrolytic capacitors?

There is no standard with which aluminum electrolytic surface mount capacitors are marked. Each manufacturer has their own method, so you would need to look through several manufacturer datasheets to ...
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What are these power connectors called and can I use extension cables for a footwarmer?

Those are custom connectors. You won't find them for sale. Option 1 (the smart one): Plug the 110 Vac plug into a readily available 110 Vac extension cord. Done Option 2 (a better approach that your ...
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Help to find an equivalent for encoder H9730 - 1926 (HEDS-9730)

That's a HEDS-9730#Q50. Currently 500+ instock at Digikey. https://www.digikey.co.uk/en/products/detail/broadcom-limited/HEDS-9730-Q50/825026 The "1926" shows the manufacture date code in ...
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Help to find an equivalent for encoder H9730 - 1926 (HEDS-9730)

Seems the resolution is actually that "Q" which is 180 LPI
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How to source transformer component for bug zapper circuit

That's a custom transformer made for that specific product to work with that specific circuit. Those are not "off the shelf" components and are made in large quantities (>100,000) for ...
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TC160G IC pin numbers

As you've discovered, TC160G is a family of gate arrays by Toshiba. A gate array is a silicon chip pre-loaded with transistors, gates, etc., and no interconnects. A customer provides specifications ...
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What is this device RV1 that looks like antiparallel diodes across the input of a bridge rectifier?

It is a Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV) that is used to absorb transient energy. Such devices have a decreasing resistance with voltage and are not polarity-sensitive. They do not have the negative ...
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What is this device RV1 that looks like antiparallel diodes across the input of a bridge rectifier?

The symbol is that of a DIAC and these have a breakdown voltage which, when exceeded, causes the DIAC to conduct and remain in conduction mode until the current falls below the hold-on value. In this ...
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What is this device RV1 that looks like antiparallel diodes across the input of a bridge rectifier?

The symbol of RV1 is that of a Diac: - Image from here. And functionally, it could be a Diac i.e. when an over-voltage occurs, the Diac will clamp the line and either blow the fuse or reset on the ...
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What is the model number, manufacturer, or datasheet of the motor in my picture?

Even if you had the datasheet for the motor it's unlikely to specify the inductance and might not specify the power factor. You're going to have to guess. I'd give a guess at the likely % load and ...
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