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Old 28th November 2005, 09:46 PM   #1
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Default Looking for PHILIPS 50.000uF/125V and 1.900uF/150V ELCO's

I'm looking for
PHILIPS 50.000uF 125V ELCO's 76mm dia. 155mm h. 4 pcs
PHILIPS 1.900 uF 150V ELCO's 35mm dia. 85mm h. 4 pcs

or something similliar
eg. 33.000u or 47.000u @ 125 or 150V

can anyone tell me for some good online stores for that ?
I've been looking all over the Net but I couldn't find it . . .
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Old 30th November 2005, 07:42 PM   #2
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You may have a hard time...modern caps generally jump in voltage ratings from 100V to 160V. A 50K 160V cap would be huge...

The 1,900f 150V cap could be replaced with a 2,200f 200V cap. Panasonic makes several that are 35mm in diameter.
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