On 5/31/21 5:47 PM, Sonno Ocea wrote:
The danger of replacing electrolytic capacitors with MLCCs is that theYeah. College professors naively think all components are "perfect",
and the eyes of random forum kids glaze over when people talk about tech
in-depth...if they can blink an LED with an Arduino in less than a week
of work, suddenly they're electronics experts. Sigh.
When doing design, the capacitance of a capacitor is only one of about
eight parameters that one must consider.
I've seen some on lcsc and digikey: I wanted to use polymer ones so theyYes, I've designed with aluminum organic polymer capacitors, they're
very nice. No liquid electrolyte to boil, so no "K" stamps on the top.
Another good option is niobium pentoxide. Tantalum capacitors are
excellent, but only if properly applied.
Sadly they seem to cost 10x more or they last 10x less than similarlyWell, you're only buying one (or a couple)..
Also I did some reserch on my own and found out the AMD 8088-2I would. It certainly won't hurt.
Thanks a lot for the response!You're welcome.
Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
New Kensington, PA