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Electrolytic Capacitors 40x55mm wanted (10mF/63V or 4,7mF/100V)
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Old 24th January 2018, 02:57 PM   #1
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Default Electrolytic Capacitors 40x55mm wanted (10mF/63V or 4,7mF/100V)

I am looking for electrolytic capacitors in a special size: 40x55mm (10mF/63V, 6m8/80V or 4m7/100V)

Only this I have found:

1) KEMET ALT22A472DD100 (formerly BHC-Aerovox - ESR unknown)
ALT22A472DD100 | KEMET Aluminium Electrolytic Capacitor 4700μF 100V dc 40mm Can - Solder Tag, Radial ALT22 Series +85degC | KEMET
ALT22A472DD100 KEMET | Mouser Deutschland
http://www.filcap.de/wp-content/uplo...-85%C2%B0C.pdf
2) ftcap SIH Series 47210040050 (34mΩ) or 10306340050 (29mΩ)
http://www.ftcap.de/fileadmin/user_u...nap_in/SIH.pdf
3) ftcap SIG Series 10306340050 (14 mΩ)
http://www.ftcap.de/fileadmin/user_u...nap_in/SIG.pdf
4) 4d-electronic
https://www.reichelt.de/Becher-Elkos...6&ARTICLE=5396
from http://www.4d-electronic.de/
(please note: wrong image)

unfortunately the versions under
http://www.exxelia.com/en/product/detail/71/felsic-hv
which have from my own view the best capacitors for audio
don't provide the wanted sizes.

Maybe one of the members can give me additional advices - thank you very much.

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Old 4th March 2018, 05:57 PM   #2
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after order this capacitor from Reichelt - go to
BE 4.700 - 100: Becher-Elko, radial, 4,7 mF, 100 V, 85C, 12000h, 20% bei reichelt elektronik
I get the AKS version from this company:
Itelcond | Electrolitic Capacitors
for datasheet unfortunately the ATS series goes open after click on AKS - go to
Snap In_en | Itelcond

Any experience with this brand ?
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Old 5th March 2018, 03:10 AM   #3
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To avoid confusion, avoid using the outdated "10 mF" term. If you mean 10,000 microfarads, use "10 F". The "" symbol is available by holding the "Alt" key and typing 230. When you release the "Alt" key, the symbol will appear. "mF" can also be interpreted as millifarads, which leads to the confusion.
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I'm quite sure he meant 10 mF = 10 milli Farads = 10000F.
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Electrolytic Capacitors 40x55mm wanted (10mF/63V or 4,7mF/100V)
When did si prefixes become outdated
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To avoid confusion, avoid using the outdated "10 mF" term. If you mean 10,000 microfarads, use "10 F". The "" symbol is available by holding the "Alt" key and typing 230. When you release the "Alt" key, the symbol will appear. "mF" can also be interpreted as millifarads, which leads to the confusion.
My bad. I meant "10,000 F", of course.
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To avoid confusion, avoid using the outdated "10 mF" term. If you mean 10,000 microfarads, use "10 F". The "" symbol is available by holding the "Alt" key and typing 230. When you release the "Alt" key, the symbol will appear. "mF" can also be interpreted as millifarads, which leads to the confusion.
10 mF ( = 10.000 F) means 10 millifarads
check out this conversion table:
Convert Microfarad to Millifarad
outdated term "mF" ? This is new for me.
Today I have get datasheets from 2007 and 2018:
Attached Files
File Type: pdf ItelCond AKS series 2007 Reichelt.pdf (366.5 KB, 6 views)
File Type: pdf ItelCond AKS series 2018.pdf (707.5 KB, 6 views)
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Electrolytic Capacitors 40x55mm wanted (10mF/63V or 4,7mF/100V)
It's not outdated, per se. It's just that old schematics used mF for Microfarad, and mmF for micro-micro Farad, sometimes causing confusion like above.
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Old 19th November 2018, 07:34 AM   #9
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10 mF ( = 10.000 F) means 10 millifarads
check out this conversion table:
Convert Microfarad to Millifarad
outdated term "mF" ? This is new for me.
Today I have get datasheets from 2007 and 2018:
You can also check through this Unit converter tool.
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I am looking again for capacitors in this sizes as described under
https://cdn-reichelt.de/documents/da...EICHELT_4D.pdf
Please let me know, where I can order it.
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