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    Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

    Hi, Pls Anybody Tell me,what type of capacitor ?? the capacitor wrote it L62 104
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    Re: Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

    Please post a hi-res pic of the component.

    While we wait for that, "104" probably implies 10,000 pF, or 0.01nF. The pic would clarify if this is correct or not.



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    Re: Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

    Hi,

    I agree with: "104 means 10,000 pF" = 10 x 10^4 pF (can be found million times in the internet)

    But it's 10nF then...

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    Re: Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

    The 104 is a 100nF / 0.1uF. The caps are typically marked with the first two digits significant and the third digit indicates # of 0's to follow.

    The L62 may be a lot # / date code for a manufacturer or some other parameter info coded by the manufacturer.



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    Re: Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

    Hi,

    Of course. 100n.

    10 x 10^4 = 100,000 pF.

    Maybe it's a bit late today for me.

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    Re: Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

    Thanks for your reply Mr.klaus,

    I know that was 0.1microfarad...but I need to know why they mention L62 & some other capacitor X5R??



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    Re: Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

    Quote Originally Posted by Teslavivek View Post
    but I need to know why they mention L62 & some other capacitor X5R??
    Who mentioned that? Datasheet? Mark code?

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    Re: Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

    Quote Originally Posted by KlausST View Post
    Hi,

    Of course. 100n.

    10 x 10^4 = 100,000 pF.

    Maybe it's a bit late today for me.

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    Agreed. Even later for me. 100nF it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teslavivek View Post
    Thanks for your reply Mr.klaus,

    I know that was 0.1microfarad...but I need to know why they mention L62 & some other capacitor X5R??
    Well, the X5R notation is well known - it specifies temperature/ stability/ voltage etc. The L62 don't know.

    Is there a pic, or is this just a theoretical question?



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    Re: Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

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    I troubleshooting mosfet driver their they using this type capacitor for boostrap operation, so I need to replace the capacitor because that one faulty



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    Re: Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

    I troubleshooting mosfet driver,I found this type capacitor was they using boostrap operation ....so I need to replace the capacitor because this capacitor was faulty

    That's why I ask this what type of capacitor?? In universal case most of electronics people they using X7R type capacitor for boostrap operation....but this one different type (L62)



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    Re: Identify capacitor with marking code L62 104

    Hi,

    OK, why not think the other way round?
    You say the capacitor is defective ... then maybe it wa not the best suited capacitor for this application.

    --> find out the Mosfet_driver_partname, download the datasheet and find out what the manufacturer recommends.

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