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SMD Marking codes and packages in PDF
posted April 2 2012 5:08.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Last week Herctrap sent me an email with a website which had the SMD marking codes and what each one corresponds to. Some days ago he sent me another email with something more practical. He discovered a PDF file from Phillips Semiconductors, which has 130 pages with those marking codes, what they correspond to and the packages. Excellent document, thanks again [Herctrap]

The link for the document is here [CLICK]

In case that the above link is broken, use this one [click]

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  • At 3 April 2012, 5:12:46 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote:   [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
    • @herctrap it seems to me like a dual resistor 6.6 K. Use the ohmmeter to verify


  • At 2 April 2012, 6:46:35 user herctrap wrote:   [reply @ herctrap]
    • but what is that?

      http://www.iccfl.com/images/662K.jpg

      it was on a bluetooh module

      propably a voltage regulator












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