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Old 22nd January 2013, 01:03 PM   #1221
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Hesener, you could just append the latest links to the first post in the thread, that usually works. I always check the first post in a GB thread before trawling the rest of the thread.
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Old 22nd January 2013, 01:07 PM   #1222
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Well, normaly if EL caps boil, they are with wrong polarity.

We need more measurements to be able to help.... You can remove the "cooked" caps and power the boards so measurements can be made.
I will do it today and will report. I still have the 6800 caps from GB. I only cange them because of footprint spacing.
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Old 22nd January 2013, 01:32 PM   #1223
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Thanks Frans, but what does that mean? 24V is minimum. but I have 24,3V so i am over, right?
Yes, just , but I did want to tell you that this is 'rock bottom'.

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Will this happen (leakage caps), when the Voltage drops under 23V?
No. At 24V the regulator is not able to remove 'all' input voltage irregularities.
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Old 22nd January 2013, 01:55 PM   #1224
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Yes, just , but I did want to tell you that this is 'rock bottom'.

No. At 24V the regulator is not able to remove 'all' input voltage irregularities.
Hi Frans

He means his caps blew open and are dripping liquid.
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Old 22nd January 2013, 01:59 PM   #1225
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Hi Frans

He means his caps blew open and are dripping liquid.
The answer to that was the 'no'-part (e.g. It does not create 'dripping liquid'). And I do not know how to create 'dripping liquid', besides, mounting the caps polarity reversed, or using a to low a voltage rating, other than that only very bad luck will create two caps with the 'dripping liquid'-syndrome.

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Old 22nd January 2013, 02:08 PM   #1226
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Default D45H11 and D44H11

does it matter which one of these two i take?
D45H11
D45H11FP

same quastions for the D44H11.

thank you guys!
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Old 22nd January 2013, 02:13 PM   #1227
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The answer to that was the 'no'-part (e.g. It does not create 'dripping liquid'). And I do not know how to create 'dripping liquid', besides, mounting the caps polarity reversed, or using a to low a voltage rating, other than that only very bad luck will create two caps with the 'dripping liquid'-syndrome.
little correction, 4 ones. 2 on board "1" in minus stage and 2 ones on board "2" in plus stage. But I will recheck today at home.
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Old 22nd January 2013, 02:15 PM   #1228
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The answer to that was the 'no'-part (e.g. It does not create 'dripping liquid'). And I do not know how to create 'dripping liquid', besides, mounting the caps polarity reversed, or using a to low a voltage rating, other than that only very bad luck will create two caps with the 'dripping liquid'-syndrome.
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little correction, 4 ones. 2 on board "1" in minus stage and 2 ones on board "2" in plus stage. But I will recheck today at home.
Did you check your caps voltage rating ?
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Old 22nd January 2013, 02:52 PM   #1229
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Did you check your caps voltage rating ?
no, as I would saying. I pulled out the plug as I saw the "liquid".
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does it matter which one of these two i take?
D45H11
D45H11FP

same quastions for the D44H11.

thank you guys!
No, they are the same (electrically), but differently packaged. I would recommend to use the 'FP', it is fully isolated.
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