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Old 5th June 2013, 02:01 AM   #1
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Default Regulator IC & SMD Capacitor - component selection.

Currently collecting some components to build a small DAC and the BOM calls for:

3 pcs LE50 voltage regulator

I have found these ones:
LE50CZ - STMICROELECTRONICS - IC, V REG +5.0V, TO-92-3 | element14 Australia

Can anyone recommend a more modern or less noisy alternative which is pin-compatible?

17 pcs 100nF SMD1206 ceramic capacitors

Both ceramic & tantalum versions are available - which are more suitable?

T491A104K035AT - KEMET - CAP, TANTALUM, 100NF, 35V, A | element14 Australia
CC1206KRX7R8BB104 - YAGEO (PHYCOMP) - CAPACITOR, 1206, 100NF, 25V | element14 Australia

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