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Old 8th October 2011, 06:50 PM   #21
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Hi Steve:

I take 10 of 33000uf 50v.

Please PM, I will buy more stuff.

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Old 8th October 2011, 07:38 PM   #22
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Old 9th October 2011, 05:17 AM   #23
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3GGG 16 33000Uf caps
Wire if needed to split but not fussed.

tamu 8 33000uf caps
same with wire. anythg upto 30ft will do.
8 caps for me

the wire i would like 16 or 14awg in red and black so if we can get 2 x 100' rolls in there of the stranded spc and split that

i will get some 22ga solid (22 Awg $0.17ft $16.00/100ft black, red, yellow and white) 20' of each

and 18ga stranded (20' each brown-red-blue-green-white) for colour coding internal wiring and battery charging/balancing harnesses and 10' of 24ga 1 conductor shielded as well.

if thats too much i'll get that sent to a friend in the us who is collecting stuff for me and shipping all together and well just throw in for the 14 or 16ga stranded and the caps to ship to Oz together

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Old 9th October 2011, 03:27 PM   #24
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so the above is a bit confusing probably, so to clarify if you guys will take 30 for each 20 and 16ga in black i'll take the other 40 of both but i would want another 40 of red to match in the 16ga

I would prefer to get 22ga solid in place of the 20ga stranded if thats ok with you guys, I hadnt remembered the solid, i prefer solid for this type of signal wiring as its easier to route and stays where its put.

so for wire, that would make it
100' black 16awg stranded spc (split 30, 30, 40)
100' black 22awg solid spc (split 30, 30, 40)
then for me
40' red 16awg stranded
20' red 22awg solid
20' yellow 22awg "
20' white 22awg "
20' each brown, red, blue, green, white 18awg stranded spc for colour coded high current battery harnesses.
10' of 24awg shielded

and the 8 x 33kuf caps of course

seems like a lot, but in rolls it probably wont take up that much space or weigh a whole lot, i reckon we'll still squeeze everything in for the same cost. would I be right Alex? if not how close are we? i could shave a bit off

I already have more wire than you can imagine(think kilometers), i run a cables company, but its all rather high end upocc copper and silver and i'm a bit sick of wasting expensive wire on prototyping or breadboarding stuff (you should see my bling recycled offcuts bag). it also rarely ever comes in multiple colours for the same gauge.

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Old 9th October 2011, 05:33 PM   #25
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Old 9th October 2011, 06:48 PM   #26
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Old 9th October 2011, 06:57 PM   #27
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so the above is a bit confusing probably, so to clarify if you guys will take 30 for each 20 and 16ga in black i'll take the other 40 of both but i would want another 40 of red to match in the 16ga

I would prefer to get 22ga solid in place of the 20ga stranded if thats ok with you guys, I hadnt remembered the solid, i prefer solid for this type of signal wiring as its easier to route and stays where its put.

so for wire, that would make it
100' black 16awg stranded spc (split 30, 30, 40)
100' black 22awg solid spc (split 30, 30, 40)
then for me
40' red 16awg stranded
20' red 22awg solid
20' yellow 22awg "
20' white 22awg "
20' each brown, red, blue, green, white 18awg stranded spc for colour coded high current battery harnesses.
10' of 24awg shielded

and the 8 x 33kuf caps of course

seems like a lot, but in rolls it probably wont take up that much space or weigh a whole lot, i reckon we'll still squeeze everything in for the same cost. would I be right Alex? if not how close are we? i could shave a bit off

I already have more wire than you can imagine(think kilometers), i run a cables company, but its all rather high end upocc copper and silver and i'm a bit sick of wasting expensive wire on prototyping or breadboarding stuff (you should see my bling recycled offcuts bag). it also rarely ever comes in multiple colours for the same gauge.
yep sounds good to me. Does the solid 22gauge comes with plating?

Edit: Actually it doesnt make sense for me to just get 1 colour 16gauge.. can I also have some of the red one? ofcourse if only it all fits in the same box. if not Ill take the 16gauge instead of 22 solid. thanks

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Old 9th October 2011, 07:04 PM   #28
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So tomorrow when I get to my warehouse here's what I think
were going to need:

Meganinja 8 --- 33,000Uf 50V
3GGG 16 --- 33,000UF 50V
Tamu 8 --- 33,000Uf 50V
Qusp 8 ---- 33,000Uf 50V

Meganinja 4 ---- 12,000Uf 80V

Total Caps 44 and I think that will fill the box.

I'll have to see what I can put on the top and let
you know then.. What is the priority wire to fit in.

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Old 9th October 2011, 08:11 PM   #29
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Hello, i would like to buy 8 of the 33,000 50v caps. Have no idea how to go about it, but should figure it out since I will be buying more stuff. Any idea what shipping (slow is fine) cost would be to Vancouver Canada? I might buy some more stuff to save on total shipping. Please email me?
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Hello, i would like to buy 8 of the 33,000 50v caps. Have no idea how to go about it, but should figure it out since I will be buying more stuff. Any idea what shipping (slow is fine) cost would be to Vancouver Canada? I might buy some more stuff to save on total shipping. Please email me?
If I put in a USPS Priority Mail Medium Flat Box the cost will be $30.00
and like the EU, UK, Asia and overseas it's has the same limits at 20lbs.

I can't ship in a USPS Flat Rate Envelope so tomorrow I can check
what 8 will cost to ship just by Prioriy mail....

But if I knew what else your interested in I can get you an exact
cost...

Email me directly steve.apexjr@prodigy.net
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