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« on: September 14, 2011, 09:12:55 09:12 »

Hello,

I am having a go at repairing a Li-ion battery pack (fitting new cells) and curiosity has me wondering what this part here is, it looks like ceramic with carbon on it like a SMD resistor but has a interesting piece in the center.

Can anyone tell me what this component is?

There is "ZJ" marked on the top, in circuit it measures ~500k (I wasn't planning to remove it to measure more). Is is meant to measure this, is it a blown fuse?

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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2011, 09:25:02 09:25 »


I just searched google, and got a PDF in that the same type material is given.

As the Data,It could be Zener diode. if it shows only like 500k , then it could be damaged.

Verify these links..

http://www.s-manuals.com/smd/zj


http://www.google.com/search?q=ZJ+smd&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t
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« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2011, 10:05:00 10:05 »

Thanks,

I never even considered it to be a zener, looking more closely at the circuit it fits too, it's clamping the gate of a FET.

That's my thing learnt for the day!

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« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2011, 11:58:07 11:58 »

My Turuta SMD codes databook (2010 ed) suggest one of these then the SMD marking is ZJ.
ZJ BZX284 -C18 Z-dio de 18V5%, 400mW SOD-110 12d 1a Phi
ZJ CD-0603-Z10 Z-dio de 9.5..10 .5V, 5mA, Zzt=15Ω, 150mW 0603 13d 2b Brn
ZJ CD-1005-Z10 Z-dio de 9.5..10 .5V, 5mA, Zzt=15Ω, 200mW 1005 13d 2b Brn
ZJ DDZ19 Z-dio de 19V10%, Izt=10mA, 50 0mW SOD-123 5d 1d Di
ZJ KDZ4.3VV Z-dio de 4.00..4 .50V, Izt=5mA, Zzt=130Ω, 100mW VSC 7d 1a Kec
ZJ PDZ13B Z-dio de 13V2.5%, 400mW SOD-323 5d 1a Phi
ZJ TCMM3Z13VC Z-dio de 13V5%, Izt=5mA, Zzt=2 8Ω, 200mW SOD-323F 6d 1a Tac
ZJ ZGFM1 091-MH Z-dio de 91V10%, Zzt=250Ω(Izt=2.8mA), 1W SOD-123H 10d 1a Frm
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« Reply #4 on: September 14, 2011, 02:23:11 14:23 »

Does it measure 500k both polarities of your leads?

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« Reply #5 on: September 14, 2011, 09:34:59 21:34 »

Listen, it has a marking on one side. So it has a polarity!
Can be a Diode or also a tantalium capacitor. but nothing more .

But I would bet it's a Diode.

take care.

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