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Mouser Cap Lists
« on: August 02, 2009, 06:59:11 pm »
You can save lists of parts @ Mouser as "Projects".  This comes in very handy when you want to order a set of caps for say, a K4600 or a G07.

So far, this is the lists that I have.  I can't vouch if some of these are complete or not, but these lists came from trusted sources.

All caps are high temp unless otherwise stated.




Wells Gardner

K4600 - http://www.mouser.com/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=1250958dd5  
      UPDATED 5-10-2010 - no longer using Xicon caps (Nichicon used now) and includes B+ Main Filter Cap.

K4900 - http://www.mouser.com/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=3c30485d2b
     UPDATED 6-24-2010 - no longer using Xicon caps (Nichicon/Panasonic/United Chemicon used now) and includes B+ Main Filter Cap.

     UPDATED 11-19-2010 - DO NOT USE THIS LIST!  There are errors that must be corrected.

K7000 - http://www.mouser.com/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=83caa252ea
     UPDATED 6-24-2010 - no longer using Xicon caps (Nichicon/Panasonic/United Chemicon used now) and includes B+ Main Filter Cap.

K7400/K7500 - http://www.mouser.com/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=aee0d8b906



Electrohome

G07 - http://www.mouser.com/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=15514de43d  
   UPDATED 5-5-2010 - no longer using Xicon caps (Nichicon used now) and includes B+ Main Filter Cap.


Sanyo

20EZ - http://www.mouser.com/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=343b59c965
   UPDATED 5-9-2010 - no longer using Xicon caps (Nichicon used now) and includes B+ Main Filter Cap.
- don't use this right now, the two 4.7 @ 25V caps are supposed to be bipolar - the ones in this project are not.   Unless you don't care, or can figure out which ones you need.


Audio Amp Board - http://www.mouser.com/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=AAE85FA674


Motorola

XM501/701 BW Monitor - http://www.mouser.com/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=E38BECC6EC  


Sharp Image

SI-325 Medium Res - http://www.mouser.com:80/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=068b1109c3
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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2009, 07:01:02 pm »
Thanks to Dave Okert for some of those lists.  I'd appreciate COMPLETE cap lists if someone can make them available.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #2 on: August 07, 2009, 09:49:46 am »
Cool, but the 20 Euro's delivery cost is killing the fun of Mouser for me....

RSonline supports similar lists (at least for a person, not sure if they can be shared) and RS doesn't charge _ANY_ shipping costs :)

Still, the hassle of creating those lists often keeps me ordering from Bob, also mostly because I almost always also need parts that places like RS don't sell...and the dollar-euro rate is still helping very much :)

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #3 on: August 07, 2009, 10:53:51 am »
Overseas shipping costs is often a killer.  Sorry, mate!  Once I get things a bit more straightened out in my store I'll be offering cap kits there as well.  But if anyone needs one before that time we can work something out.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2009, 08:03:03 am »
Updated the K7000 list as it was missing the 3 10uf @ 25V bipolar caps.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #5 on: August 19, 2009, 11:01:46 pm »
Not sure if this is the appropriate place for this post, if it isn't please let me know and I'll move or remove it.

Has any thought been given to including the B+ filter caps?  That way the list would include all of the electrolytic caps for a given chassis.

I'm in the process if recapping my Kortek KTA 915 monitor and would love to submit the cap list and Cxxx locations but I'm not sure how to identify if my caps are Low Impedance, audio or regular/generic and don't know which cap to use for a B+ replacement cap.


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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #6 on: August 20, 2009, 08:29:38 am »
They generally don't go bad, that's why they're not in the list.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #7 on: August 20, 2009, 09:01:22 am »
I've always thought  that is very odd. Just because these are usually (much) bigger and thus (much) more expensive they seem to be omitted in almost all cap-kits.

If we assume that we do the cap-kit because the old caps have dried-out because of heat and wear, then why would it suddenly be OK to leave in the big one's that are just as old ?

I have a feeling that these are left out to keep kit prices low.

The really big caps do the most filtering of the most essential (first) voltages coming into a monitor or, let's say a power supply.

We do change the Big Blue's but we don't exchange the really large caps on, let's say, a WG6100 ??

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #8 on: August 20, 2009, 01:52:42 pm »

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #9 on: February 03, 2010, 06:10:22 pm »
Say someone (i.e. me) is looking for something like a 470uf 25v cap on Mouser....

What is the characteristics or quality difference between these two cap choices ?

Nichicon 647-UPM1E471MPD1TD
and
Xicon 140-HTRL25V470-RC

I was using the cap lists provided and chose a random cap from the K4600 list and then I tried a general Mouser search to see how well that worked, when I realized there was nearly 70 choices to choose from.
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So I just looked at costs and such, so between the two choices above there's about a nickel a piece difference.....ok.....is the higher costing cap still a better choice and why? (brand?)

I'm actually fixing to put together a few "project lists" together and was trying to get a handle on the selection process for each. (I have about 100 different caps to look up)
none of the caps I'm going to be looking up are anything really special, pretty standard 105 degree electrolytics and such, a couple may be low ESR, but not many.
Not a technician . . . . just a DIY'er.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #10 on: February 03, 2010, 10:00:39 pm »
Brand can have a lot to do with it.  I personally like the Xicon caps.  Functionally they're pretty similar.  I like to get caps all of one manufacturer if I can, makes it easier to eyeball and see what's been changed and what has not.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #11 on: April 03, 2010, 08:22:33 am »
A recent ordering spree at MOUSER has discovered disturbing news.  All XICON capacitors starting with the part numbers 140-htrl are scheduled to be discontinued by the manufacturer. The above lists that contain these parts will have to be updated with the new replacement brand and part numbers.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #12 on: April 08, 2010, 02:00:19 pm »
A recent ordering spree at MOUSER has discovered disturbing news.  All XICON capacitors starting with the part numbers 140-htrl are scheduled to be discontinued by the manufacturer. The above lists that contain these parts will have to be updated with the new replacement brand and part numbers.

I can't believe I forgot to post about that!  Disturbing news indeed.  The caps are being replaced with another brand (which one I forget) and that brand doesn't get good ratings at all on badcaps.net.  But then again, Xicons got that kind of rap too, and I've never had an issue with them.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #13 on: April 09, 2010, 07:52:35 am »
The new brand is LELON and they are inheriting the MOUSER manufacturer part number prefix of 140- that used to belong to XICON.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #14 on: May 05, 2010, 04:23:15 pm »
Updated the G07 kit to use Nichicon caps instead of Xicon.  Note that this contains the main B+ filter cap.  If you don't need it, just remove it from your order.

I /think/ I got all the caps.  If I missed one, please let me know.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #15 on: May 05, 2010, 04:41:38 pm »
I had a problem getting all this info online - I had to resort to pulling the info off my chassis here.

This is a complete cap listing for a G07-CBO.

Location   Voltage   Value    Notes?
         
C517   25   100uf   
C403   25   100uf   
C701   25   100uf   
C521   25   2200uf   
C518   25   220uf   
C302   25   220uf   *Note* polarity is incorrectly marked on solder side
C506   25   33uf   
C303   50   10uf   *Optional* - used if you're going to perform the “Sync Mod”
C504   50   1uf   
C520   50   3.3uf NP   Non-Polar!
C301   50   3.3uf NP   Non-Polar!
C407   63   4.7uf   
C408   63   4.7uf   Originally 50V – bumped up value to 63V.
C411   160   100uf   
C412   160   3.3uf   
C511   200   47uf   Originally 160V – bumped up value to 200V
C904   200   680   B+ Filter Cap
C905   250   10uf   
C107   250   10uf   Neck Board
C523   250   1uf   
R908   ˝ Watt   47K   

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #16 on: May 09, 2010, 11:44:31 pm »
Complete listing for a Sanyo EZ (cap list now updated above as well)

Location   Voltage   Value
      
C458   10   47
C609   10   470
C459   25   100
C411   25   4.7
C162   25   4.7
C161   25   220
C202   25   220
C469   25   220
C468   25   330
C302   50   1
C453   50   1
C454   50   1
C166   50   1
C301   50   10
C406   50   10
C201   50   10
C303   50   10
C464   50   22
C467   160   1
C610   160   1
C408   160   1
C471   160   10
C407   160   10
C472   160   100
C410   160   100
C606   160   470

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #17 on: May 10, 2010, 01:06:33 am »
Updated K4600 above.

Location   Voltage   Value
      
   Main Board   
C605   200   330
C608   200   47
C613   25   220
C614   25   33
C617   50   1
C619   50   1
C622   35   1000
C623   25   470
C624   25   100
C625   160   10
C633   50   2.2
      
   V/H Board   
C306   50   2.2
C310   50   22
C311   35   1000
C313   50   47
C315   25   10
C356   25   4.7
C359   160   4.7
C362   50   10
      
   Power Board   
   160   10
   50   22
      
   Interface Board   
C201   16   1000
C202   16   470

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #18 on: May 29, 2010, 10:02:02 pm »
Another recent ordering spree at MOUSER has had me buying some of the replacement LELON brand caps with the 140- MOUSER manufacturer code. It turns out the cases come in the same unique green color as the XICON caps once did. Is XICON completely out of business or is LELON a new name for the same company?

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #19 on: May 31, 2010, 07:12:00 am »
I thought Xicon sold their cap division to Lelon.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #20 on: June 23, 2010, 09:53:19 pm »
DO NOT USE THIS LIST.  There are discrepancies.

Updated the 4900 list above.

Location   Voltage   Value    Notes?   
C201   25   1000   Bumped up voltage from 16 to 25   647-UVZ1E102MPD
C205   16   470      647-UHE1C471MPD
C301   50   330      647-UVZ1H331MPD
C303   50   3.3      647-UVZ1H3R3MDD1TD
C308   50   3.3      647-UVZ1H3R3MDD1TD
C310   160   10   Bumped up voltage from 100 to 160   647-UVZ2C100MPD
C311   160   10      647-UVZ2C100MPD
C313   200   47   Bumped up voltage from 160 to 200   667-EEU-EB2D470
C315   50   1      667-ECE-A1HKG010
C351   50   1      667-ECE-A1HKG010
C352   25   47      647-UPM1E470MED1TD
C354   25   47      647-UPM1E470MED1TD
C366   25   22      647-UVZ1E220MDD
C505   200   560      661-EKMQ201VN561MP30
C506   160   22      661-EKXG161ETD220MJ2
C507   200   47   Bumped up voltage from 160 to 200   667-EEU-EB2D470
C701   25   1000      647-UVZ1E102MPD
C702   160   10   Bumped up voltage from 100 to 160   647-UVZ2C100MPD
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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #21 on: June 23, 2010, 10:53:13 pm »
Updated the K7000 list above.

Location   Voltage   Value    Notes?
         
C4   63   10uf NP   Bumped up from 25V
C5   63   10uf NP   Bumped up from 25V
C6   63   10uf NP   Bumped up from 25V
C10   16   33uf   Bumped up to 25 from 16V
C11   25   22uf   
C12   50   1uf   
C13   25   22uf   
C18   50   1uf   
C20   25   10uf   
C21   25   10uf   
C22   50   1uf   
C23   25   47uf   
C42   25   1000uf   Bumped up to 25 from 16V
C45   16   470uf   Bumped up to 25 from 16V
C46   16   470uf   Bumped up to 25 from 16V
C48   35   100uf   
C50   25   1000uf   
C55   200   560uf   
C56   160   22uf   
C57   200   47uf   

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #22 on: June 30, 2010, 01:40:51 pm »
Updated the 4900 list above.

Location   Voltage   Value    Notes?   
C201   25   1000   Bumped up voltage from 16 to 25   647-UVZ1E102MPD
C205   16   470      647-UHE1C471MPD
C301   50   330      647-UVZ1H331MPD
C303   50   3.3      647-UVZ1H3R3MDD1TD
C308   50   3.3      647-UVZ1H3R3MDD1TD
C310   160   10   Bumped up voltage from 100 to 160   647-UVZ2C100MPD
C311   160   10      647-UVZ2C100MPD
C313   200   47   Bumped up voltage from 160 to 200   667-EEU-EB2D470
C315   50   1      667-ECE-A1HKG010
C351   50   1      667-ECE-A1HKG010
C352   25   47      647-UPM1E470MED1TD
C354   25   47      647-UPM1E470MED1TD
C366   25   22      647-UVZ1E220MDD
C505   200   560      661-EKMQ201VN561MP30
C506   160   22      661-EKXG161ETD220MJ2
C507   200   47   Bumped up voltage from 160 to 200   667-EEU-EB2D470
C701   25   1000      647-UVZ1E102MPD
C702   160   10   Bumped up voltage from 100 to 160   647-UVZ2C100MPD


I ordered and installed this kit (I used your mouser project list) on my 19K4952 Wells-Garner .  The C505 cap (mouser# 661-EKMQ201VN561MP30)  is physically much smaller than the original cap.  Therefore the heavy pins on the mouser cap will not align to the holes in the pcb.  The pins on the mouser cap are les than 1/4" long, so there is no bending possible.   I ended up just not using it at all.  This single cap is also the most expensive in the kit ($2.13).

BTW,  My monitor looks great now.  Thanks

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #23 on: July 01, 2010, 07:26:21 am »
I ordered and installed this kit (I used your mouser project list) on my 19K4952 Wells-Garner .  The C505 cap (mouser# 661-EKMQ201VN561MP30)  is physically much smaller than the original cap.  Therefore the heavy pins on the mouser cap will not align to the holes in the pcb.  The pins on the mouser cap are les than 1/4" long, so there is no bending possible.   I ended up just not using it at all.  This single cap is also the most expensive in the kit ($2.13).

BTW,  My monitor looks great now.  Thanks

You can modify the chassis slightly to accommodate this cap.  Drill a small hole where you want the lead to go.

Or on some chassis there is a hole directly below this cap.  You can use that for the opposite lead, then solder in a jumper to make the connection.

Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it) technology takes leaps and bounds, and leaves its older brethren high-and-dry for a lack of replacement parts.  Or the parts are there, but a different size.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #24 on: August 28, 2010, 12:07:09 pm »
Since all the XICON brand caps are discontinued, the new LELON brand has super long part numbers. Makes ordering more of a challenge now. I just placed a Mouser order last Sunday. Took the better part of two hours trying to find the capacitors I needed to order. Plus the fact they seemed to be out of 1000 uf @ 16 volts of every brand except Sprague/Vishay (which I did NOT like the price).

Seems like all the capacitor prices went up. In some cases, WAY up.

Oh yes, I almost forgot. All the new electrolytic capacitors are now made WITHOUT lead. That means you can count on them failing much sooner and more often than ever before.
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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #25 on: November 19, 2010, 03:03:38 pm »
Updated the 4900 list above.

Location   Voltage   Value    Notes?   
C201   25   1000   Bumped up voltage from 16 to 25   647-UVZ1E102MPD
C205   16   470      647-UHE1C471MPD
C301   50   330      647-UVZ1H331MPD
C303   50   3.3      647-UVZ1H3R3MDD1TD
C308   50   3.3      647-UVZ1H3R3MDD1TD
C310   160   10   Bumped up voltage from 100 to 160   647-UVZ2C100MPD
C311   160   10      647-UVZ2C100MPD
C313   200   47   Bumped up voltage from 160 to 200   667-EEU-EB2D470
C315   50   1      667-ECE-A1HKG010
C351   50   1      667-ECE-A1HKG010
C352   25   47      647-UPM1E470MED1TD
C354   25   47      647-UPM1E470MED1TD
C366   25   22      647-UVZ1E220MDD
C505   200   560      661-EKMQ201VN561MP30
C506   160   22      661-EKXG161ETD220MJ2
C507   200   47   Bumped up voltage from 160 to 200   667-EEU-EB2D470
C701   25   1000      647-UVZ1E102MPD
C702   160   10   Bumped up voltage from 100 to 160   647-UVZ2C100MPD


I ordered and installed this kit (I used your mouser project list) on my 19K4952 Wells-Garner .  The C505 cap (mouser# 661-EKMQ201VN561MP30)  is physically much smaller than the original cap.  Therefore the heavy pins on the mouser cap will not align to the holes in the pcb.  The pins on the mouser cap are les than 1/4" long, so there is no bending possible.   I ended up just not using it at all.  This single cap is also the most expensive in the kit ($2.13).

BTW,  My monitor looks great now.  Thanks

I hadn't needed the K900 list above until now, and there are some discrepancies.  I must have used another revision of the schematics to put the list together.  Here are the discrepancies:

C303 - 2.2uf @ 50V
C308 - 2.2uf @ 50V
C311 - 4.7uf @ 160V
C313 - 100uf @ 160V

Guppy, if you're still around, can you detail which 4900 model you have?

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #26 on: November 24, 2010, 08:20:13 pm »
Does anyone have an updated project for a WG-K4600?  Several items in the posted project are back-ordered.

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« Reply #27 on: November 29, 2010, 05:22:57 pm »
Does anyone have an updated project for a WG-K4600?  Several items in the posted project are back-ordered.

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When this happens I search for products based on the same parameters of the original, then select one that's actually in-stock.  Should take you just a few minutes to pick them out.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #28 on: November 29, 2010, 08:06:20 pm »
That's what I did..  I'm awaiting my order now.

I also double checked my caps in my chassis to confirm and it appears that one of the two 2.2uF 50v is supposed to be bipolar.  C633, at least on my board, is a bipolar cap.  I ordered 647-UEP1H2R2MDD as a replacement for that one.

I'll know more when I receive my order.   :)  Thanks for the mouser projects!

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #29 on: May 16, 2011, 12:17:33 pm »
The K7400 cap list over at mouser had some end of life caps on it with zero quantities left, so I made a few substitutions and re-saved the list:

http://www.mouser.com:80/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=66CFEEEB31

I see a few that I selected are also EOL too, but they're leaded caps with some pretty good quantities left, so hopefully the list can remain 'as is' for now.

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« Reply #30 on: February 15, 2012, 01:54:59 pm »
Added to the list.

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #31 on: March 11, 2013, 08:15:04 pm »
Currently working on converting an Area 51 - Site 4 cab and just finished my homework for restoring the monitor in it. This is the list I came up with for the Pentranic CH-288 chassis:

http://www.mouser.com/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=56862b0f93

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Re: Mouser Cap Lists
« Reply #32 on: August 10, 2014, 11:24:44 am »
Is there an interest to have these updated?

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« Reply #33 on: August 10, 2014, 12:08:44 pm »
for 288/289
maybe u should add them to the master list.
and do not forget the fet.

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