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Capacitor codes help

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Bryan Sembello, Aug 13, 2004.

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  1. Hi! I have some surface-mount capacitors I need to replace. I don't
    really understand the codes on them. Could someone help decipher the
    values? Thank you in advance.
    One of them has this printed:



  2. The Al Bundy

    The Al Bundy Guest

    47uF / 16V
    100uF / 6V

  3. Thank you! Seems simple enough. So what does the "h3" mean? And the "14"?
  4. The Al Bundy

    The Al Bundy Guest

    It can be anything but normally it is some identifier for the type of
    capacitor. However there are a lot of manufactures of capacitors that use
    all their own code. If you know who made the capacitor you can check out
    what the specifications are for these capacitors, and otherwise just replace
    those by some good type of capacitor.

  5. Thanks very much for the suggestion. I'll try that.
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