Looking for an obsolete item

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Mech_Engineer
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What is the item? A resistor?
 
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brewnog
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Crazy idea, but did you try the company you linked to?
 
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I'm afraid that I'm the only obsolete item that I've ever been able to find, and even then I sometimes get lost.
 
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Crazy idea, but did you try the company you linked to?
Yeah, following the link shows that it's an X7R SMT capacitor, made by NOVACAP:

http://www.novacap.com/search_part.php

Part Number: 0603B562K101NT

Surface Mount X7R Chip Capacitors

Size Code: 0603 0.060"x0.030"
Diel Code: B X7R
Cap Code: 562 5.6 nf
Tol Code: K +/- 10%
Volt Code: 101 100 V
Term Code: N Nickel Barrier 100% Tin Solder
Pack Code: T Reeled on 7" or 13" reels
Lead Code: Information not available
Reference: X7R_comm.pdf

High Reliability Surface Mount X7R Chip Capacitors

Size Code: 0603 0.060"x0.030"
Diel Code: B X7R
Cap Code: 562 5.6 nf
Tol Code: K +/- 10%
Volt Code: 101 100 V
Term Code: N Nickel Barrier 100% Tin Solder
Pack Code: T Reeled on 7" or 13" reels
Lead Code: Information not available
Reference: X7R_HiRel.pdf
You can call them for distributor information, or just order an equivalent part from Digikey, Mouser, etc.
 

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