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Who is this manufacturer? Data sheet?

Discussion in 'Datasheets, Manuals and Component Identification' started by Electrobrains, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. Electrobrains

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    I am sure some of you guys directly know who this manufacturer is and maybe you even have a link to the data sheet (I like to know esr, max. ripple etc.)!?

    In general, can anybody give a good web link, where it's possible to see a lot of electronic company signs and who is behind them?

    It would save much time when looking up data for all those components in the drawer...

    Thanks!
     

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  3. GreenGiant

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    unfortunately this could be any number of distributors, using one of a few different manufacturers

    generally with capacitors they will all follow similar numbers so I would look at a few different manufacturers and average them so long as they are close and you should be fine, unless you need the specifics, I know that I have used averages like that and been fine, but it could be different in your case
     
  4. alfa88

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  5. shrtrnd

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    Three votes for Thomson-CSF.
    I'd try to get the spec sheet from them.
     
  6. CocaCola

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    FYI Thomson-CSF no longer existing it's now part of the Thales Group...

    And just a hunch, the trefoil is a pretty generic symbol, so I wouldn't gamble on it being tied to only one manufacture, especially since Thomson is essentially gone now...
     
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  7. hexreader

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    The more I look, the more it looks like the Thomson logo.

    It appears to be a stylised Eiffel Tower within a hexagon.

    I agree with CocaCola that it would be hard to know what company to chase now. There have been so many mergers and splits.
     
  8. Electrobrains

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    Thank you everybody for the good answers and links!

    You are right, it's most probably a Thomson-CSF capacitor.
    The problem of finding a data sheet unfortunately stays. :(
    I cannot find anything suitable from Thomson and as Coca-Cola wrote, the company has been swallowed up by one of these huge amoeba concerns, never to be found again...

    Hm, the cap doesn't even have a temperature marking. It's written H2 on the back side. Could that be a code for the temperature range? Also as you might see, there is an 'M' written at a place.


    p.s. I have dropped a mail to Thales group, to test their ISO9001 quality system (and hopefully get the data sheet)!
     
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