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Old 15th November 2003, 03:19 AM   #1
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Default Panasonic THA series Electrolytics

Has anyone else here tried these yet? They sure pack alot of capacitance into a small package. I ran across these in the Digi-Key catalog and thought I'd give them a try. These are super small, 35mm dia by 80mm long, 120,000 mfd at 16 volts dc and a surge rating of about 20 volts dc. 105 deg c. rating! Perfect for an Aleph. At a higher 24 volt DC rating they go as high as 100,000 mfd capacitance!

These are definatley helping to keep my Mini Aleph in the very Mini catagory. I previously had about 54,000 mfd per rail but after I changed to the 120,000 mfd Panasonics the top end became much more open and much much cleaner. No problem with turn on blowing my 2 amp line fuse either.

I will most likely use these in my Aleph X project when the boards arrive.

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