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Old 09-10-2021, 12:24 PM   #34
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Default Re: Any more info on counterfeit Nichicons?

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... However, note the green-sleeved Chemicon KZE 10V, 2200 uF caps above. UCC used green sleeves on the KZE series very early in their production years. ...
The KZE series caps I tested in 2005 while at Curtis Instruments had green sleeves. Your memory of the time frame is correct. IIRC, KZE series parts I tested later (2005-2008 and part of January 2009) had the usual Chemicon-brown sleeving.
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