What are the physical dimensions? Many similarly rated caps are a
disaster in a real HV supply.
On Sat, 20 Feb 1999 13:05:16 +0000 Mike Tubby G8TIC
>I recently purchased a Maxwell paper cap from Bob Grinell of Surplus
>Sales but he is unable to provide the full specs for the unit.
>The cap is 42uF at 5Kv, Maxwell part number 30633.
>I would like to know the rated ripple current (at 100Hz) and max
>rating, so that I can make sure that I use it inside spec. in a 8877
>The cap has two 1/4" blade connectors - one colored black one brown -
>which is positive? Its not marked on the can. I'm pretty sure that
>is positive since removing the shorting link has caused it to charge
>to about 13V with +ve on the brown and -ve on the black. I'm just
>cautious since I have come across some strange colour conventions
>on US made equipment before :-)
>Any further info on Maxwell caps would be appreciated.
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