Component identification

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  1. Wingmantom

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    We are a rectifier repair house and occasionally come across a component with no logo or part numbers that can be identified. example... we have an 8 pin surface mount that (seems) to act like a comparator and the only number on it is 201. What I am looking for here is a company or organization that we can send parts to, that they can perform tests on in order to identify it.
     
  2. bertus

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    Hello,

    Can you make a close up photo of the part?

    This may give us some more info about the markings and size.

    Bertus
     
  3. retched

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  4. Wingmantom

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    Wow! Thank you for this response. This looks like just what we need. Just when I thought I'd seen it all. Thank you again, tom.
     
  5. retched

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    Your welcome.
     
  6. Wingmantom

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    I can't get a photo of it. (too small for my camera) It is an 8 pin smd.
    No logo or markings other than 201
    Thank you all in advance for any insight.

    Pins:
    1. n/c
    2 & 3 seem to be inputs
    4. n/c
    5. ground
    6. n/c
    7. out, goes low and terminates current from an opto.
    8. B+ (15 vdc)
     
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