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Old 27th October 2008, 11:17 PM   #1
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Default Wich 22nf caps to bypass the diodes?

Hi guys, i want to bypass each diode of my bridge to reduce a little the switching noise, wich is the best value (i think 22nf) and brand/model to use in that place?

I want to know too wich is the best cap to use to bypass the secundary too, ( i found that is used 100nf in that place), but want to know an good brand/model to use there.

Thanks in advance.
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