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Hisatugo 22nd June 2005 09:46 PM

FS:Eletrolytics Caps for digital
I found a lot of 2200uFx10V Rubycon MHZ series 105C (maybe 1000 pieces) in a surplus store.

They r asking 0.60USD each. I got 30 pieces for my project and would like advice this community. If anybody want some pieces, let me know, I can send via postal mail, Fedex or UPS worldwide.

I will post pictures tomorrow.



Hisatugo 24th June 2005 12:33 PM

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After getting home, and some google search, including Rubycon site...
Im felling I got fake ones... but they do not look like copies, and the box was not fake...

Im confused... :scratch: :scratch:

Please, anybody knows???


bocka 24th June 2005 12:39 PM

Maybe the series you are refering to is out of production if you buy it on a surplus store?

Hisatugo 24th June 2005 12:44 PM

another pic
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Hisatugo 24th June 2005 12:46 PM

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uhmmm.. maybe... but the box date was 2004, jan....

I sent an email to rubycon asking.... it didnt come back yet...

bocka 24th June 2005 01:21 PM


I found some Information (but no datasheet). It seems a brand new type, the successor of rubycons MBZ series. Seems to be one of the best series available, especially developed for processor boards. Data for 2200/6,3V: ESR 0.013 ohms, lifetime 5000h @ 105C, max. ripple current 2550mA. Congratulation!

Hisatugo 24th June 2005 01:27 PM

sucessor of MBZ???
But I saw at Rubycons website MBZ are a relatively new series already (2 years) and the successor is MCZ... Where did you found this info?? Can you give a link?
If they are really new series... makes me feel better...


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