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Old 26th November 2012, 01:40 PM   #1
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Hi. I want to identify this cap, see picture. It is a 1500pF, 100V value, smd type but it has small metal end caps on it. It is not polarized, so I guest it is not tantalum. It seems to be use as frequency compensation in a regulator circuit. Any help appreciated. Thanks.
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My seat-of-the-pants guess is some type of multilayer ceramic (MLCC) made from COG or NPO dielectric material - probably 5% (or tighter) capacitance tolerance.

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