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Can anyone here identify this surface mount component

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by pbabin, Apr 24, 2005.

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  1. pbabin

    pbabin Guest

  2. Enrico

    Enrico Guest

    Probably is a transistor...
    Test it with the tester in diode mode to find base-collector-emitter.

    Bye!
     
  3. Rono

    Rono Guest

  4. pbabin

    pbabin Guest

    I'm fairly sure it's a diode. There's another on the board and it checks to
    be a diode. The board layout has only 2 connected pads. If it were larger,
    I'd remove the other from the board and apply voltage to it to see if it had
    a breakdown voltage near 6.8v but the physical size would make it difficult.
     
  5. Wes.

    Wes. Guest

    http://www.marsport.demon.co.uk/smd/mainframe.htm

    If it is a diode, it is most likely as you suspect a 6.8Vz. Looking at the
    SOD-80 diode markings, to looks to be a corrupt form of mark (6Y8 but 6.8Y)
    for a 6.8Vz.

    To confuse matters there is also a transistor 68Y but without the decimal
    point <grin> and it's in the SOT-89 package. I see a load of diodes in this
    same package, they use ether two pins only or have the opposite two pins
    tied together.

    Wes.
     
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