[time-nuts] GC-1000 Clock Cap Choice?
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Sun Jan 16 23:03:32 UTC 2011
In message <A9103007-9686-4310-A9E5-AA8B193D1CCF at rtty.us>, Bob Camp writes:
>In a modestly warm box (say 60 C) the net effect between voltage
>and temperature may be that you have < 1/4 your original capacitance.
That was sort of my conclusion too, not exactly the first thing that
springs to mind when you read the datasheet either, is it ?
Thanks for confirming my suspicion.
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