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SMD component identification

Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by Edward, Feb 27, 2006.

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  1. Edward

    Edward Guest

    Can somebody help me to identify a SMD component? It's etched in it's
    surface the number 100 and when I measure with a mulitimeter at the
    diode scale it conducts in both sides.

    Other smd component that I have is etched LT741.

    Thanks in advance,
  2. Hi Edward,
    Could it be a 10 ohm resistor?

  3. Matt

    Matt Guest

    Maybe the "LT741" is a 741 Op Amp made by Linear Technology Corporation
  4. Edward

    Edward Guest


    When i measure it shows me 24 Ohms. So, i believe it isn't a
    resistor. What do you think?
  5. Why do you think it's not a resistor, if it's resistive and not
    polarity sensitive? Could it be a 100-ohm resistor in parallel with
    some other stuff in the circuit?

    You need to give us a bit more information, like size, number of
    terminals, any other markings, where it is in the circuit, etc.

    Is the 741 just a red herring?
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