Zener diode?

Discussion in 'General Technical Questions and Answers' started by N9XV, Jan 23, 2006.

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  1. N9XV

    N9XV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Any of you guys know where I can find a zener diode part# ZNRV14391U.

  2. K9STH

    K9STH Ham Member QRZ Page

    To which manufacturer does this part number belong?

    What are the specifications (voltage and wattage) of the zener?

    Glen, K9STH
  3. N9XV

    N9XV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Zoran maybe? So far thats all I have to go on.

  4. KN0U

    KN0U Ham Member QRZ Page

    Matsushita, but I haven't had any luck with specs yet.
  5. WB2WIK

    WB2WIK Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Do you have this on a schematic diagram or parts list that might by chance show the voltage and power rating?

    If you have an old (bad) part, you can look and see what the package style is: What is it? Maybe you can snap a photo of it so we can see.

    I have hundreds of power zeners in stock, but would need the package, polarity, voltage, power rating...

  6. N9XV

    N9XV Ham Member QRZ Page

    I think I'am dealing with a Transient/Surge suppressor.

    I'am tring to help someone else find this part actually. It was a part of a motorized chair of some variety. I'll try to see if I can get more details. I appriciate all the input!

  7. W9GB

    W9GB Ham Member QRZ Page

    No, not a Zener.

    "ZNR" is the give-away.
    Its a transient/surge absorber.  
    Came up as Matsushita .. so check any Panasonic distribotor, such as DigiKey.

  8. K8ERV

    K8ERV QRZ Member QRZ Page

    If you need a MOV transient absorber I have a bunch, but need the specs.

    TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
  9. N9XV

    N9XV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Apparently, its a P7266 from Digi-Key. At least all the numbers are there.  [​IMG]  Anyway, thanks a bunch gentleman for the expiditious response. At $0.60 I'll take a chance. I'am feeling dangerous!
  10. KD7WHQ

    KD7WHQ QRZ Member QRZ Page

    What is the part in?

    As an aside, I noted on disassembling a higher end suppressed power strip which had a bad switch, there was a thermal fuse between two of the MOVs.

    They might have an idea there, as MOVs can overheat to a dangerous level in certain situations.

    I can't read the rating, but 190F would be a safe level..
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