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  1. Mellow

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    I just found about 2000 pcs of an electrical component.
    I am going to sell the pcs but I don't have a clue what the component is and can not find an answer on Google.

    UxXebZm.jpg

    Anyone know?


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  2. davenn

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    not from that .... we cannot tell a thing from that pic

    take one out of the strip and lets see the markings

    I suspect either a tantalum cap or a diode

    Dave
     
  3. Mellow

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    http://imgur.com/C1QzSok
    http://imgur.com/a4wzOhh
     
  4. davenn

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    you have still only shown one side

    SHOW a pic of the OTHER side
     
  5. Mellow

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    http://imgur.com/MAPrvSV
     
  6. davenn

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    OK

    471 = 470 ... now that is a large component size for a 470pF capacitor
    its quite possible it's an inductor
    do you have a multimeter ? put in in Ohms range and see if you get a reading
    if open circuit, its a capacitor if a short circuit or close to, its an inductor
     
  7. BGB

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    what info I can find implies it is an 0.47uH inductor.
    but, yeah. if so, it should look about like a shorted component on a multimeter.
     
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