Component Identification needed, chokes by P13USB

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  1. fnwhatnow
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    Could somebody tell me what this is called so I can order some?





    upload_2019-11-7_16-10-0.



    They are right above:

    upload_2019-11-7_16-11-3.


    Thanks!
     
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    By any chance, you would know the brownish components right beside it? I happened to knock mine off while attempting to replace the P13USB :(

    My assumption is that it is one of those ceramic capacitors, but I don't know the spec of it.
     
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    Which caps have you knocked of post an image, as there different values
     
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    upload_2019-11-14_16-39-17.


    These four. To be spacific, the thrid one from the top. I assume all four are the same?
     

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    There 0.1uf
     
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    while searching, I've found something like "Chip Cap 0.1uF/10Vdc, ±10%" by AVA "parts number 060603ZC104KAT2A". Where 10Vdc is said to be the related voltage and there are many options like 2,4,6,10,50 and up to 100.

    I doubt that the original one is 4 or 6. Or this does not matter at all as I assumed that the line is going to ground.
     
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    I think 10V should be fine as they go to a chip and that most likely runs off of 3.3 or 5V but don't take my word for it. As long as the voltage limit of the cap is higher than the actual voltage you'll be fine.
     
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