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100K uf 25V Capacitor

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by George S, May 18, 2004.

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  1. George S

    George S Guest

    I posted a while back that I needed a 100K 25V electrolytic cap for an
    Astron RS-50A Power Supply. I couldn't find one from the usual suppliers
    that would fit into the power supply case.
    I contacted Allied Electronics and the sales person got in touch with
    Cornell Dubilier Marketing Inc. They sent me two free sample capacitors at
    100K uf 25V. One of them is a perfect match for replacement. Since this
    capacitor isn't a normally stocked item it was sent as a free sample.
    Something to remember if you run into a replacement part problem. To try the
    manufacturers when you need something a supplier can't get for you as a
    single item order. I've gotten free sample resistors the same way also.
     
  2. George S

    George S Guest

    I should have posted this as a Tip for parts.
    Sorry, George S
     
  3. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    Exactly what is a "100K uF" capacitor? ;-)



    - Franc Zabkar
     
  4. George S

    George S Guest

    Well it is an Electrolytic capacitor that looks like you should grab a beer
    can opener. Punch a couple of holes in the top and have a cold one.
    I wonder how many here still have a can opener like those in the kitchen or
    shop any more, or the all popular "church key"???
     
  5. Asimov

    Asimov Guest

    "Franc Zabkar" bravely wrote to "All" (27 May 04 08:05:13)
    --- on the heady topic of "Re: Actually a parts Tip: 100K uf 25V Capacitor"

    FZ> From: Franc Zabkar <>

    FZ> Exactly what is a "100K uF" capacitor? ;-)

    I'd guess, 100 milli-Farads or 0.1 Farads. At 25 volts that's a heck
    of a lot of Joules.

    A*s*i*m*o*v

    .... High Voltage Electronics: Life's a glitch, then you fry.
     
  6. Well, 32.1 J.

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  7. Asimov

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    "Sam Goldwasser" bravely wrote to "All" (27 May 04 10:32:39)
    --- on the heady topic of "Re: Actually a parts Tip: 100K uf 25V Capacitor"

    SG> From: Sam Goldwasser <>

    SG> Well, 32.1 J.

    I calculate 31.25 J. re: W = 0.5 CV^2
    Are you turning dyslexic, Sam? ;-)

    A*s*i*m*o*v

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  8. Franc Zabkar

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    Sorry, it seems I've had a brain fart. I see now that "100K uF" is
    just another legitimate way of saying 100,000uF, although to me it
    sounds unusual. I guess it's a bit like expressing 1V as 1K mV. :)



    - Franc Zabkar
     
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