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Old 11-15-2021, 12:18 PM   #5
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Default Re: Help to choose caps with different ripple current

The NCC KMG series looks to be a high quality 105C general purpose part (and no longer in VCC's catalog?). The Rubycon ZLH series is a very low impedance, long life part. Very different parts for very different applications.

Rather than throwing parts at what you're trying to repair, I suggest understanding how the part you want to replace was used. Maybe start with the manufacturer and series and cross-match that with a similar or slightly better part.
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