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Old 13th July 2003, 10:17 PM   #1
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Default Electrolyts marked "ASF" Manufacturer?

Hope anyone can help...

I am trying to find the data sheet on elyt marked ASF, I know another one called LXF by the same manufacturer.

Who makes them?
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Old 13th July 2003, 11:34 PM   #2
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Thx.

I found the data on lxf but not ASF...
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Old 14th July 2003, 07:31 AM   #4
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I have found two types but no data.
ASF35VB102M12X25LL
ASF35VB102M12X25FT

It seems that this type is out of production.

Where have you got this cap? Surplus?
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I get the same from a search on their homepage....
They are on the audio board in my dvd audio/sacd player, brand new model selling for €1300.

On the schematics of this player the elcos are all marked ASF and not just elcos which is more common.
The high end model of the same maker €4400 is fitted with ARS marked elcos.

I am considering making a few changes to the board but want to know what I am dealing with.
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The caps can also be customer specific.
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