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|19th April 2017, 03:25 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2005
SMD trimmer resistor old alphanumeric markings?
I have some older SMD trimmer resistors (late '90's) that have 2-character alphanumeric markings.
This format doesn't seem to be a practice used by current brands.
For example, I have some marked Y 3. Sample of 1 measured 3.3k.
'Normal' marking one could read might be 303 or 3 3 if I concluded that was probsbly a 3 k 10 or 20% part.
Does this ring a bell for anyone? 3.9 mm x 3.1 mm x 1.4 mm, open kind of construction, slotted metal rotator which is connected to wiper also (not insulated!).
I went through Digikey & Mouser catalog links...
Yeah, I can just measure them but I don't want to give up that easily. There is trivial info to be found!
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