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ProMiNick



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Hello, may be someone helps.
It is in monitor mainboard - largest one condencer.
Am I correct readed markup information? I`m not sure about capacity.


Description: 358J mean 35*10^8F±5%=3500µF±5%=3,5mF±5%
33 mean MADE IN MARCH 2013
100V mean 100V
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Post 07 May 2019, 13:43
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33 uF
100 Volt
Positive terminal is marked black.

The other stuff is temperature variance, capacity variance, impedance rating, frequency rating, date of manufacture codes, etc. which can vary by manufacturer.

Best place to find the meaning of all markings (if you need them) is the original datasheet from the maker.
Post 07 May 2019, 13:56
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ProMiNick



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The other stuff in upper line? or in mid line?
first symbol of upper line very similar to symbol that marks capacity and rest line parts are fit in 3 digit capacity marking with J as variance. but I dont found how to tractate 8 as 3rd digit. 3500µF and 33µF is 100 times difference.
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The "*358J" is the "other" fields.

33 = 33uf
Post 07 May 2019, 14:28
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ProMiNick



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thanks
Post 07 May 2019, 14:30
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Without knowing who made the device it is not possible to decode the other fields. But the basic values are always clear, +/- orientation, 33uf and 100V.

If you need to replace it then it is not enough to simply buy another that looks similar unless you evaluate the other parameters to determine if it is fit for the purpose.
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