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Old 29th March 2005, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default WTB: 15,000uF 25v x 4

Needed to repair a pinball machine that has problems with poor supply regulation. 12,000uF would do also. The only source in Australia new I can find is rs-components, but very $$$.

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Old 29th March 2005, 11:29 AM   #2
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Needed to repair a pinball machine that has problems with poor supply regulation. 12,000uF would do also. The only source in Australia new I can find is rs-components, but very $$$.

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Needed to repair a pinball machine that has problems with poor supply regulation. 12,000uF would do also. The only source in Australia new I can find is rs-components, but very $$$.

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I have some used 33000 uF / 25V philips or some new 39000 uF/25V Cornell Dubilier.

You might get away with only 2 of these, provided they fit.
If you are interested drop me a line.

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Old 31st March 2005, 11:13 AM   #3
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Thanks Andrea.

The form factor is tight, so your larger capacity caps will probably be too physically large.

Does anyone know of any other sources for large caps?

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Old 1st April 2005, 06:09 AM   #4
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What's the maximum size allowed?

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Andrea,

THe caps can be up to 50mm tall by 35 diameter and pin spacing 10mm. Pretty small for the uF size - what is the dimension of your caps?

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You can run wire (of a decent gauge) to some bigger caps and then use some smaller caps (preferrably poly) at the original position in parallel
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Andrea,

THe caps can be up to 50mm tall by 35 diameter and pin spacing 10mm. Pretty small for the uF size - what is the dimension of your caps?

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I like to use Panasonic TS-UP caps. These are 10,000uF 50v, and 35mm diameter by 30mm tall:
http://www.chipamp.com/diyaudio/snubber.jpg

I get mine from Digikey, here is the catalog page for 25v caps:
http://dkc3.digikey.com/PDF/T051/0874.pdf

The 15,000uF is 30mm D x 30mm H and costs $4.85 each if you can get someone in the US to buy them for you. The 22mm x 50mm are $4.47 each.

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Old 2nd April 2005, 04:34 AM   #8
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Hi Dean,

maybe of use ??

I got here some (new) 25 V / 4700 uF of the correct size: 35 mm diameter + 50 mm heigths.
Yes....the value is lower then requested......

For 4 pieces: $ 10 , but shipping from Europe will be added.

Lots of luck finding the optimal capacitor.

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hows 'bout good ol' ebay...here

no relation to seller, but I have had good luck with him in the past...
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Andrea,

THe caps can be up to 50mm tall by 35 diameter and pin spacing 10mm. Pretty small for the uF size - what is the dimension of your caps?

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Dean
The Philips are 35x50 mm, the CDE 39000 uF/25 are slightly shorter, 35x46 mm.

If you want them just let me know via PM.

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