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What part is 470P K?

Discussion in 'Datasheets, Manuals or Parts' started by halleffector, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. halleffector

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    "C" is usually used to indicate a capacitor. "P" stands for picofarad (pF). It is often lower case. "K" is a tolerance. In this case +/-10%.

    Please post a snippet from the whole schematic in the future to make is easier to fine the part.

    Here's a reference: http://www.vishay.com/docs/23140/geninfo.pdf
     
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    Sorry about that, I didn't think of it, but I'll do it in the future.

    So I should look for a SMD component that has those specifications and approximately the physical dimensions that I listed? I'm just asking in case there is a way to simply map "470P K" to a specific part.
     
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    There are only a few standard sizes. It is probably an "805"

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    Excellent, thanks.

    Where is that chart from?
     
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    Coming late here but maybe could it be 47pF with the "0" being "0 power of ten" factor?
     
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    It is not a label on a part. It is from a schematic and that interpretation would be inconsistent with the style used for other component values on the schematic, including capacitors.
     
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