That is rohm product in family series like periphiral driver
That one has 10 pins, the OP's has 9?
It's not a resistor array. The 6104 is a 5-segment LED level meter driver with a linear scale, the 6109 is a bidirectional DC motor driver. Clearly the 61xx line is intended for various consumer electronics products. The part in the post #1 photo was removed from something. What?The multi-resistors I have seen have had more of a plastic dipped look. A TV amp IC I had at one time looked like this, but with a metal fin. I still think it's some type of IC. It come out of a failed battery charger, so I'm thinking it was implemented as a charge controller.
I do remember seeing 5-LED indicators shotgunned all around this part number.
Would Milwaukee Tool have used an LED controller as a charge controller for a screwdriver battery?
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