Re: Bypass Capacitors
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Subject: Re: Bypass Capacitors
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 1995 19:36:29 -0800
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Try this place for those caps.
305 Wisconsin Ave.
Oceanside, CA 92054
Ask for Nicolas Andree. He is the owner/operater. I think he is fairly
old and can be a little grumpy. Be sure and follow up on your order
because he kept forgetting about mine. He charged me $4.50 a piece for
mine. They are described as 4000 mmfd, 30kv, Sprague caps. Called
doorknobs or hockey pucks, I understand that they are closer to 3000 mmfd.
I got this info from Gary Legel, TCBA member.
Mark R. Napier