what is this COMPONENT pls give information about.

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  1. Peter_England

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    Please give information about this Component its a Transistor in Laptop Motherboard and pls suggest any substitute for it as i cant find it on Web.[​IMG]
     
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  2. paulktreg

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    Any further information or are we to just guess? ;)
     
  3. Peter_England

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    Thanks paulktreg but i cant get your point .Sorry
     
  4. paulktreg

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    No links, no part numbers, no photographs so how do we know what you're after?
     
  5. Peter_England

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    I am sorry but I attached a photo graph already here ,
     
  6. Peter_England

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  7. Peter_England

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    Sorry I got the problem the link asked login information sorry but How to post image here pls tell as i posting image first time thanks
     
  8. bertus

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    Hello,

    I do not see the photo and the edaboard asks for a login.

    Please upload the photo directly to the forum and not from some sharing site.


    Bertus
     
  9. Peter_England

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    sorry when i try to attache image it only asks for url not the local image location .
     
  10. MaxHeadRoom

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    What is the number on the device?
    Is it through-hole or SMT?
    Max.
     
  11. Peter_England

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    N15C its a 3 pin smd Transistor. thanks

     
  12. Peter_England

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  13. ian field

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    The number looks readable - and there are SMD type code lists online.

    Assuming it actually is a transistor, you could carefully remove it and probe the voltage polarities on the pads for a clue to whether NPN or PNP.

    Bear in mind that that it may have been pushed rather than fallen - any replacement might also let the magic smoke out!
     
  14. Ramussons

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    From the photo, it is a transistor as the pcb marks it as Q35.

    Of the 4 characters on it, the first is N, the second could be 1 or 7 or I
    but it does'nt seem to be a part of the next 2 which is 5C

    5C is a SMD code for a general purpose PNP Silicon Transistor BC807.

    Ref http://www.s-manuals.com/smd/5c

    Ramesh
     
  15. Peter_England

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    Yes I have another Same motherboard FROM another laptop same model and on that motherboard the same part is marked with N1Y3 .
     
  16. Ramussons

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    ... deleted.

    Ramesh
     
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  17. Peter_England

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  18. Dodgydave

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    Is there another one somewhere on the pcb to compare with?
     
  19. Peter_England

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    Yes but it also start with N1 and as per the guide N1 is for 23 package 20v N channel Mosfet .
     
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