Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 06 15:41:23 EDT 2012 | rway
This appears to be a non-standard marking. Where did you find this? What is is out of? The 84 may be related to the cap value. Have you tried to measure it? I'm not sure about the "EG" part of it. This marking may be mfg specific, but the stand
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 06 14:13:52 EDT 2012 | ericrr
Does anybody have the marking code for for a capacitor this one has "EG84" marked on it. I am getting a bit of list mainly for resistors, most capacitors are blank that we get. But dont have a "letter-letter-number-number" code
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 30 11:10:43 EST 2000 | Gary Kemp
Is the same marking protocol used when identifying 0603, 0402, etc.. components? For instance, would a 27.4K ohm 1% resistor still have four (4) characters to identify if the body color is black? Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks.
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
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 14 23:16:58 EDT 2005 | Author
If it is necessary to define the type SMD semiconductors on its code of the marking (marking code, top mark) - visit the site (no www!)http://users.zebratelecom.ru/~smd_marking The having read article "rules of the marking" you get the full pres
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 09:52:44 EST 2001 | dennis
Hello! I need some help! Does anyone know marking pen that is water soluble? I want to wash off marker in a cleaning machine using only hot water. I tried many different type of water soluble marking pen, but it did not come off easily.