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Old 25th March 2004, 05:23 AM   #1
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Default PANASONIC capacitors TS-HA or TS-HB! Other caps?

Hello everybody!

I'm happy to have found your forum and i hope that perhaps you could help me!

My power amplifier use originally NICHICON LK(M) Series capacitors but i can't find them! I think they are discontinued!

So, i'm searching for the following PANASONIC electrolytics

- 24 capacitors : ECOS2AA472FA (100V-4700uF-40 x 40)
- 8 capacitors: ECOS2CB821BA (160V-820uF-22 x 45)

Pleaaaaaaaase, does anyone know where to buy them in world?

Thank you!
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Old 25th March 2004, 12:36 PM   #2
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What does matter to you : Panasonic TS series, or the diameter/height ?

Couldn't find the requested sizes or refs, but Digikey carries some. Have a look here : (TS series begins on page 15.

For France, radiospares have some TS-HA, TS-UP, and so on, but not as many as digikey.
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Old 25th March 2004, 07:10 PM   #3
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Hello CheffDeGaar,

The size is important! A 40x40 capacitor is mandatory...

A good ESR and a good price is also important...

Radiospare has not this reference and can't have it!

Digikey has not these caps in stock but i'm waiting news from them!

I could choose another brand mark!

I also noticed the SAMWHA HE Series:

These caps are not expensive but i'm not sure that an ESR of 0,07 is good?

Panasonic ESR is about 0,05... It seems to be better!
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