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Is this capacitor suitable?

http://au.farnell.com/jsp/endecaSear...sp?SKU=1198612

http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/76116.pdf


PF Part Number: 1198612


Manufacturer: PANASONIC


Manufacturer Part Number: EETED2D471CA


Description:

CAPACITOR, 470UF 200V


RoHS Compliant:YES

Capacitance:470µF

Voltage rating, DC:200V

Capacitor dielectric type:Aluminium Electrolytic

Temperature, operating max:105°C

Temperature, operating min:-40°C

Tolerance, +:20%

Tolerance, -:20%

Current, ripple AC:1.85A

Time, operating life:3000h

Length / Height, external:30mm

Diameter, body:25mm

Case style:Radial

Pitch, lead:10mm

Terminal type:Snap-in

Current, ripple AC @ 120Hz:1.85A

Diameter, PCB hole:2mm

Frequency, ESR:120Hz

Frequency, ripple current:120Hz

Resistance, ESR:317mR

Temperature, ripple current:105°C
 

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I think it's too big. I just replaced a ton of caps in mine and I replaced c5257 with Digikey part # P13524-ND. It's a 330u but it fits perfectly and is more than enough to rid you of buzzing. The 7.5 mm lead spacing is key if you want it to sit flush to the board.
 

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I think it will be fine. I don't actually think it's that critical. 330uf or higher, and don't get a cheapy.
 

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The buzzing...this is audible buzzing right (as opposed to video noise). A lot of times when the XG is displaying a bright scene it will buzz...would replacing some caps fix this?
 

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Originally Posted by Mark_A_W /forum/post/0


I think it will be fine. I don't actually think it's that critical. 330uf or higher, and don't get a cheapy.

Sorry, when I say "too big" I mean it's physically too big (10mm lead spacing). Mark is right... 470u is no magic number but try to get close to that. Remember, these things did work with a 10u in there



Nautikal, a full white screen is when the pj is being driven hardest so a power supply line capacitor somewhere is a likely candidate. Maybe an XG expert could give you some suggestions?
 

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Are you sure? 10mm lead spacing will pop right into the old holes - a perfect fit.
 
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