Please identify this component

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by noorrocks, Dec 19, 2017.

  1. noorrocks

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    Hi,
    I have got a bag full of electronic components... I am trying to make sense of all by finding them over the internet. But some I couldn't able to track. Please help me identify.

    the photo of the component is available on following link

    https://imgur.com/a/weWE7

    Thanks
     
  2. Robin Mitchell

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    Some kind of sensor with Analogue and digital out. The digital signal will have a trip level so this could potentially be a gas sensor, a position sensor, or just about any kind of analogue sensor. Show a picture of the other side!
     
  3. noorrocks

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  4. SLK001

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    As soon as you post some decent pictures, we might be able to help - and post them in the post - don't make us go somewhere else to view your pics. I'm constantly amazed that people think that the camera in their cell phone is a "real" camera!

    What is the number on the device? Where is this from? My SWAG on this (Scientific Wild A$$ Guess) is that it is an atmospheric pressure sensor.
     
  5. mcgyvr

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  6. noorrocks

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  7. noorrocks

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    thanks for your help...
    I am not sure about this forum but in other forums, people encourage to keep media outside the post text in order to keep it clean...

    That's why I posted the images on imgur.

    Thanks
     
  8. gerty

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    My work place blocks imgur, as I imagine many others do.. I cannot see your pictures..
     
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