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Topic # 55436 4-Jan-2010 16:07
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Can you please tell me of a good place in NewZealand to order a...


  • CAPACITOR, RADIAL, 1000UF, 6.3V

  • Capacitor Dielectric Type:Aluminium Electrolytic

  • Capacitance:1000µF

  • Capacitance Tolerance:± 20%

  • Voltage Rating:6.3V dc

  • Series:FM

  • Life Time @ Temperature:4000h @ 105°C

  • Height:12.5mm

  • Outside Diameter:10mm

  • Capacitor Case Style:Radial

  • Mounting Type:Through Hole

  • Lead Spacing:5mm

  • Operating Temperature Range:-40°C to +105°C

  • SVHC:No SVHC

  • AC Ripple Current:1290mA

  • Application:Low ESR

  • Body Diameter:10mm

  • Case Style:Radial

  • External Diameter:10mm

  • External Length / Height:12.5mm

  • Impedance:0.038ohm

  • Impedance Temperature:20°C

  • Lead Diameter:0.6mm

  • Lead Length:17mm

  • Leakage Current:0.01µA

  • Max Operating Temperature:105°C

  • Min Temperature Operating:-40°C

  • Operating Life Temperature:105°C

  • Operating Lifetime:4000h

  • Ripple Current Temperature:105°C

  • Terminal Type:Wire Ended

  • Tolerance, +:20%

  • Tolerance, -:20%

  • Voltage Rating DC:6.3V


or better?

 Its for an Intel P4SD. I have put address to pictures of the original capacitor here...

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I have found this one...
http://nz.farnell.com/panasonic/eeufm0j102/capacitor-radial-1000uf-6-3v/dp/1219447
but I'm not sure if it is my best bet.
 I also need some resistors & condensors.
Thank you,
 Dan.

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  Reply # 287894 7-Jan-2010 20:43
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unfortunatly there isnt really anywhere in NZ that likes to sell one offs of quality capacitors.

DSE/Jaycar just sell crap for their kits etc.

RS and Farnel have large minimum orders to make it viable




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  Reply # 287919 7-Jan-2010 21:52
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Any scrap electronics lying around?,you will find one there.
Thats your best bet,low ESR and operating tempare the most critical aspects,

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 287932 7-Jan-2010 22:16
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where in NZ are you? i have a dead intel motherboard (bent pins in CPU socket) which is otherwise brand new that may have the parts you need. PM me if in auckland and can stop by for a pickup...




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  Reply # 288048 8-Jan-2010 09:58
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richms: unfortunatly there isnt really anywhere in NZ that likes to sell one offs of quality capacitors.

DSE/Jaycar just sell crap for their kits etc.

RS and Farnel have large minimum orders to make it viable



http://nz.farnell.com/panasonic/eeufm0j102/capacitor-radial-1000uf-6-3v/dp/1219447

Farnell say I can buy 1 for $0.85 Check out the link.




Qty List Price


1  - 9
$0.853


10  - 99
$0.526


100  - 999
$0.375


1000+ 
$0.269




 Thanks mate. I think i'll get one of them.



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  Reply # 288049 8-Jan-2010 10:05
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Brunzy: Any scrap electronics lying around?,you will find one there.
Thats your best bet,low ESR and operating tempare the most critical aspects,


 Hi mate, thanks for the reply.
What dose ESR stand for?
Thanks.

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  Reply # 288063 8-Jan-2010 10:57
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Try Surpless Electronics, Queen St Auckland.


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  Reply # 288203 8-Jan-2010 16:17
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DCNZ:
Brunzy: Any scrap electronics lying around?,you will find one there.
Thats your best bet,low ESR and operating tempare the most critical aspects,


 Hi mate, thanks for the reply.
What dose ESR stand for?
Thanks.



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  Reply # 288256 8-Jan-2010 19:00
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You could try http://www.tesa.co.nz/ .

Good luck with soldering to the motherboard however - not always the easiest to solder a new capacitor in as its often hard to solder to the contacts on the PCB without damage!

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  Reply # 288257 8-Jan-2010 19:01
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Sounddude: Try Surpless Electronics, Queen St Auckland.



I think you mean http://www.surplustronics.co.nz/shop/ .

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  Reply # 288271 8-Jan-2010 19:52
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Low ESR does not guarantee low ESR, it is sometimes only a marketing term. ESR is also frequency dependant and a capacitor with low ESR at DC does not necessarily have low ESR at the frequency that a SMPSU is operating at. Check manufacturer's data sheets.

I buy my motherboard capacitors off eBay.




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