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-==== Old Electrolytic Capacitors ====+===== Old Electrolytic Capacitors =====
  
 Hackspace has some bags of old electrolytic capacitors. Electrolytics have a tendency to deteriorate with age: Hackspace has some bags of old electrolytic capacitors. Electrolytics have a tendency to deteriorate with age:
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 While the electrolytics currently appear to work OK, it would be unwise to use them for anything "mission citical". They are, however, satisfactory for emergency use, for experimentation, and for prototypes. While the electrolytics currently appear to work OK, it would be unwise to use them for anything "mission citical". They are, however, satisfactory for emergency use, for experimentation, and for prototypes.
  
-The available values are: +|6.3V|100µF|Aluminium| 
-  * 10uF 16V, 50V +|16V|10µF|Aluminium| 
-  * 35uF 25V +|16V|10µF|Tantalum bead| 
-  * 47uF 63V +|16V|100µF|Aluminium| 
-  * 100uF 6.3V, 16V, 35V +|16V|220µF|Aluminium| 
-  * 220uF 16V +|25V|100µF|Aluminium| 
-  * 1000uF 35V +|25V|2200µF|Aluminium| 
-  * 2200uF 25V63V+|35V|1000µF|Aluminium| 
 +|35V|2200µF|Aluminium| 
 +|50V|10µF|Aluminium| 
 +|63V|47µF|Aluminium| 
 +|63V|2200µF|Aluminium|
  
 Location: crate on shelf near the electronics test bench Location: crate on shelf near the electronics test bench
  
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