[time-nuts] Replacing electrolytics - any disadvantages of high temp ones?
GMail / AnalogAficionado
analogaficionado at gmail.com
Fri Jun 24 21:35:07 UTC 2011
Yes, that's the one... As Alan mentions there are several other articles, and I see the same website has them - just lop off the file name at the end of the URL to see the rest. Here's the one specifically on electrolytics:
On Jun 24, 2011, at 11:32, "Alan Melia" <alan.melia at btinternet.com> wrote:
> Hi Brooke that is only the last of about 5 or 6 articles in the same journal
> you need to find the others as well. Cyril used to work for one of the big
> UK manufacturers I believe. I think I still have the paper copies of E&WW
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Brooke Clarke" <brooke at pacific.net>
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> temp ones?
>> Hi Chad:
>> Google found it:
>> But it's not that informative.
>> The best info I've seen on measuring components is the HP (Agilent)
>> Impedance Handbook.
>> I measured dozens of caps using a number of different methods to see how
>> well the combined ESR and Capacitance meter I sell works.
>> Does anyone know of a modern cap leakage tester?
>> Have Fun,
>> Brooke Clarke
>> GMail / AnalogAficionado wrote:
>>> Cyril Bateman called Understanding Capacitors
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