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Old 20th January 2003, 05:57 PM   #1
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I have a reasonably large quantity, ie several hundred, of the same PACCOM capacitors recently offered and sold by oddOne (4700uF, 50v SnapIn, 1"x1.25", esr 0.08, 8a ripple current). More details in his original post. I only need a few tens for my project. If you want (m)any I will sell them for $1.50 each for <16, $1.25 for 16-32, $1.10 >32. Shipping & packaging at cost, a normal padded envelope will probably be more than adequate for a small number, then it gets more complicated and expensive and we'll talk. Payment via paypal if you can, money order otherwise. Not interested in dealing with checks unless the amount is prodigious (>$100).

email me at seasson@compuserve.com if you want some or need more details.

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...and if I had a brain firing on all cylinders I'd have added that the capacitors and I are in Santa Cruz, California. So shipping in the US for a small number can be quite inexpensive (USPS or UPS).
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I started playing with my remaining capacitors. For small snap-in jobs they seem to work quite well. Of course, as is always the case in electronics, YMMV.

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