What are these components?

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  1. Jsean21

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    Can somebody help me identify what this component is? thanks
    Ive not seen anything like it before
     
  2. mik3

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    It's a 100nF capacitor, if I read correctly the number on it (104).
     
  3. Jsean21

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    thanks thats brill!:D
     
  4. beenthere

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    It's blurry, but if that marking is "104", then its a ceramic capacitor, 100,000 pF. Probably a somewhat high voltage rating.
     
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  5. hgmjr

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    That appears to be a 0.1 microFarad capacitor. 104 = 100,000 pF.

    hgmjr
     
  6. Jsean21

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    sorry but whats this again i never ever seen these before:
    sorry about the blurryness but im thankful for any help i can get
     
  7. whale

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    those device are bjt's(bipolar junction transistors) with ceramic pakage.
     
  8. Jsean21

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    thank you can finally start a bit of research on what it is
     
  9. Jsean21

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    another compoenent sorry about this, but u dont know how gratefull i am.what are these two components
     
  10. SgtWookie

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  11. whale

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    the second image is a IC.
    but i cant get a clear image of 1st.
    it seems to be like solenoid with some centre core.

    i think you are very first to electronics. iam i right?
     
  12. Jsean21

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    do u know a name for that both those other two types of components, im not familar with the several legged component and also the other thing, im confused.I need help identifying them. Please can someone give me a name for them
     
  13. mik3

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    The first one look like an inductor. What is the number written on the IC?
     
  14. SgtWookie

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    re: "What are these two components?"
    The black cylinder with copper wire wound on it is an inductor, value unknown.
    The black rectangle with 8 pins on each side is an integrated circuit, aka IC. It may be a microcontroller. See if you can read a part number from the top of it. Orient the device so that the notch is to your left; you may then be able to read the part number.
     
  15. Jsean21

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    thank you very much and i know im an amatuer, i wanna get better in electronics but i misinterpreted how much things there are to remember
     
  16. hgmjr

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    Is there anyway you can provide a clearer image?

    hgmjr
     
  17. KL7AJ

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    The component on the left is a slug-tuned inductor. (They fill them with a blob of wax to keep the slug from crawling around. You know how slugs are!)

    The other photo is a DIP IC...could be almost anything.

    eric
     
  18. Jsean21

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    another component im not sure of sorry
    written on it is 27145
    thanks for your help
     
  19. beenthere

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    That component is a crystal to frequency control of an oscillator. I can't make out a decimal point, so it could be 2.7145 MHz, or, more likely, a 27.145 crystal for an RC transmitter or receiver.
     
  20. Jsean21

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    thank you!!
     
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