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Subject: Re: [OT] Maxwell & Ceramite Price Lists
Date: Oct 28, 11:33 pm
Poster: Richard Hester
On Oct 28, 11:33 pm, Richard Hester wrote:
>>Surplus Sales of Nebraska has some NOS Maxwell caps and triggered gaps. Warning - they aren't cheap, but the new ones are even more pricey.
> I looked... I wish they had part numbers in their catalogs that I could compare against the
If you look at the end of the description of each of the Maxwell caps at the Surplus sales of Nebraska site, they give you the can type. From this and the data available at the Maxwell site, you should be able to sort out the specs. They also have doorknobs elsewhere in the site. For those, you want to be careful to get N4700 dielectric, which is rated for pulse/discharge operation. Otherwise, the bastards will crack on you. I know from sad experience 20 years ago, when I built up an ArF laser using High-K units instead. I was always having to take the damn thing apart to hipot all the caps and find the little s.o.b. that had ruptured itself. The High -K units also have a lot of dielectric absorbtion, so that when you discharge them, they will sneak back up to partial charge again and bite you if you aren't careful.
- Re: [OT] Maxwell & Ceramite Price Lists - Pierce Nichols Oct 29, 00:13 am