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capacitor type question

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by RHRRC, Nov 5, 2008.

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  1. RHRRC

    RHRRC Guest

    I have noticed that a significant number of chinese electrolytic
    capacitor manufacturers refer(sometimes obliquely) to the fact that
    their caps conform to a 'standard' or to 'types' with such
    classifications as CD110, CD110X amongst others.
    What is this standard/type designation, - where can I find out about

  2. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    News to me. Maybe it's an attempt to get over the 'bad caps' debacle ?

    Are they 'no-name' brands ? I.e. not Panasonic etc ? List some please.

  3. RHRRC

    RHRRC Guest

    I am not sure what brands you know of - I have not seen any badged
    Panasonic - but a quck Google for CD110 capacitor, for example, will
    ellicit some response for you to look at.
    Names to hand are
    Jaingsu Sumec
    NanTong YaGuang
    Dongguan Amazing

    (Amazing may be a re-badge - but if so why use the same model or type
    number as the others unless it has some generic meaning?)

  4. PeterD

    PeterD Guest

    I think the above list totally answers your question...
  5. Guest

    Not only is the data on Chinese parts inadequate, but the parts
    themselves are junk. Do you realize the potential problems that
    trying to save a few cents will cause ? Warrantee repair work
    on even 10 percent of the product will wipe out the profit margin.
    Forget using Chinese junk parts and do the job right.

  6. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    Where have you been ?

    Yes, these are what I call 'no-name' brands of dubious quality. Probably made in a pig shed.

    Amazing ? Stick to quality brands. As can be found in Farnell, Newark, Mouser, Digikey etc.

  7. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    Maybe he only wants to product to last 1 year and 1 one day ?

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