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Capacitor marking

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 07 16:10:07 EDT 2012 | ericrr

HO what a BIG twit I am, for wasting your time (and a few hours myself trying many options on google). It is not EG84 it must be E684, (I will have another look next time I go back to work) you see I know the value, I thought it was a new secret co

Component Text (Fonts)

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 01 18:52:31 EDT 2001 | Product Guy

I am interested in learning if there are any standards regarding markings (text) that appear on components. In order to properly supply an OCR/V to my company's customers I need to find more information regarding component markings to develop a sati

Re: Marking Codes

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 10 03:10:19 EST 2000 | H.J.Zwier

Hi Robert, Try looking at www.marsport.demon.co.uk/smd/ This site contains a list of html files with all marking codes known at this moment. Your example of a transistor with marking code 8A can be a 3V3 zener diode or a npn general purpose transi

Dek 265

Electronics Forum | Fri May 12 13:33:27 EDT 2006 | mika

...Ehhhh?? Mark Fick, If the SMT Splice Clips or Kapton tapes does not solve Your DEK-265 motor comms failure problem, maybe try this: The 5 Volts should be within +/- 0.05 V. and if I remember correctly it must Not be under 4.5 V. We have been th

Re: CMS-84V Software questions

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 15 08:00:49 EDT 2000 | Mark Charlton

I've been using the Philips CSM84V for more than 7 years now and would be glad to help you any way I can. Do you have a Mark III or is you machine a Mark II or earlier? Some important differences in the way things are done between the two. CSM Too

CSM 84V: damaged parts (mmelf, 0805) during placing.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 06 12:56:04 EDT 2007 | appliedi

Good Morning: We are looking at trying to find someone to service our CSM-84VZ and were wondering if you knew of any techs we could call who would walk us through the service process over the phone? Thank YOU Mark Chisholm mark@appliedi.com

Varistor/Capacitor identification

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 20 02:27:27 EST 2019 | spoiltforchoice

Well yes except it's marked M1 on the PCB, suggesting it's exactly what it looks like, a metal oxide varistor or 'MOV' specifically one rated to 130VAC making the board itself an AC product that takes 110V input. To replace, find any 130v varistor o

SRT Rework Equipment

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 26 17:39:04 EDT 2004 | V.J. Electronix

Mark, We have a refurbished Summit available. You may reach V.J. Electronix at 978-425-9446. Regards

Fuji Bare Board Loader PARTS

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 18 07:01:41 EST 2008 | cyber_wolf

Hi, The solenoid that sits on top of the vacuum generator on my Fuji bare board loader is croaking slowly. Fuji will only sell me the entire generator assy. which cost more than I paid for the loader. The only markings on the solenoid are DC24V 540

Need help identifiying capacitor

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 04 22:41:55 EDT 2014 | koalamotorsport

Hi folks. I need help identifying a replacement for this component, I believe it's a capacitor. It is marked AVX 9915 on one side, and 15uM and 15V on the other side. Unit in picture is the good one on the board, the one I need to replace has lit

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