Help identifying odd components

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uraniumhexoflorite

Joined Oct 23, 2016
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I have some components that I can't identify and could use some help with.
20170922_152555_HDR.jpgThis one is either a coil or a capacitor.
20170922_152536_HDR.jpgI have no idea what this is.
There are 2 more images, but they are giving me trouble. I will attach them soon.
 

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dendad

Joined Feb 20, 2016
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The first one looks like a coil, and the second a transformer. have you tried to measure them with a multimeter?
What do they come out of? The more info you supply the better will be the result
Do you have a mobile phone with Macro focusing on the camera? Good close ups help. And make sure any markings are included.
 

#12

Joined Nov 30, 2010
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My guess for the blue one is a capacitor or an inductor. Measure its ohms.
The second one looks like a potted inductor or a very small transformer. Measure its ohms.
 

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uraniumhexoflorite

Joined Oct 23, 2016
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Here are some better photos of the components and a photo of an additional component.
20170926_204433_HDR.jpgNot sure what these are. They have 8 pins (4 in 2 rows)
20170926_204239_HDR.jpgNo clues about this one.
20170926_204128_HDR.jpgAt first I thought this might be a gunn diode, but I realized that it probably wasn't, so I have no idea what it is.
 

GopherT

Joined Nov 23, 2012
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Here are some better photos of the components and a photo of an additional component.
View attachment 135908Not sure what these are. They have 8 pins (4 in 2 rows)
View attachment 135909No clues about this one.
View attachment 135910At first I thought this might be a gunn diode, but I realized that it probably wasn't, so I have no idea what it is.
Middle one is a resonator 10.7 MHz
http://www.fabian.com.mt/en/products/webshop/2673/ceramic-resonator-107-mhz-3-pin.htm

Bottom one is a high current rectifier diode.
 
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