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Identifying a ceramic capacitor

Discussion in 'Power Electronics' started by aventy28, Apr 16, 2020.

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  1. aventy28

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    Greetings. I am trying to identify this ceramic capacitor (orange in colour) that I have to replace on the PCB of a power board to my radio, the schematic says 102 on it and that's it, I found a code guide on Google but it seemed to be different, however the capacitor has this 102K on it, and a B on top, so I assume that it is 1000pF because the 2 gives you the number of zeros + the first two digits, I think the K means that the Tolerance is ±10 %.

    I'm a bit confused about the B on top of The 102K , what's that for?

    Please, if anyone can confirm this (I found a picture of the capacitor on the internet that looks exactly like it except that the K is absent beside the 102, it is attached here)


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  2. Harald Kapp

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