[time-nuts] GC-1000 Clock Cap Choice?
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Sun Jan 16 21:26:58 UTC 2011
> Also how about using Aluminum Organic Polymer caps (where there are
> replacements) instead of the plain electrolytic caps?
One problem with using low ESR caps is that some regulators depend upon the
ESR for stability.
> The plan is to replace all the electrolytic and tantalum caps since the
> ones that are now OK may fail in the near future.
Why replace the tantalums? Do they dry out like electrolytics?
I poked around a bit and found a couple of web pages that said no-problems,
but both specifically referred to solid tantalums. Are there versions using
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