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Need electronics help

Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by TheRevolution, Mar 3, 2012.

  1. TheRevolution
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    TheRevolution LifeTime Friend H.A. LifeTime Friend

    Damn I miss the shoutbox for stuff like this.

    Anyways, I've got a question about capacitors. I have a bad 2200uf 10V and was wondering if I can put a 2200uf 16V cap in its place?!?
     
  2. KozmoK
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    yes I believe you can!
     
  3. Starfyre
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    Starfyre KOZBOT GOD

    Yes it could work but i mean they take more time to load.
     
  4. TheRevolution
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    Ok....cool. What about if I went the other way (lower)?? I also found a 2200uf 6.3V. These capacitors are for the power supply in my KVM.
     
  5. Starfyre
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    Starfyre KOZBOT GOD

    This one could be destoyed because i think it will be on 10 Volt.
     
  6. TheRevolution
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    TheRevolution LifeTime Friend H.A. LifeTime Friend

    Ahh....that makes sense. Thanks!
     
  7. KozmoK
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    KozmoK Hacker Cracker Staff Member Admin

    you cant find any on the internet exactly the same?
     
  8. TheRevolution
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    I can. I was just hoping to use what I could find around the house (dismantling old PCs). I did end up finding a motherboard with the exact caps I needed but it didn't fix my problem. I was sure it would because two of the caps were obviously bad. I wish I could just swap out the entire power supply but I can't find them for sale anywhere. Pisses me off that HP uses cheap power supplies in their KVMs, especially considering they cost close to $1000. I'd be pissed if I actually paid for it.
     
  9. Jeremy
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    Jeremy Would Be Staff

    how many watts do u need
     
  10. TheRevolution
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    TheRevolution LifeTime Friend H.A. LifeTime Friend

    This project is complete. I found the proper caps and replaced them, however, my KVM still didn't power up. So I converted an old style ATX power supply into the power supply for my KVM. Everything is working perfectly now!!
     
  11. Jeremy
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    ok cool glad its working
     

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