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'] is it possible to get 0.01uF with polarity?'
2007\01\28@184751 by peter green

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> I found in some schematics on the 'net a 0.01uF capacitor with
> polarity.
not that i know of, electrolytics and tantalums tend to be much bigger than that.

where did you find theese schematics? have you contacted the author?

its quite possible that he is just in the habbit of using symbols with polarity marked regardless of if the physical component is polarised.


2007\01\28@190215 by Tal Go

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Peter

That's what I thought, but I was not sure, everyday I find new things, in
this case it was confusing for me.

Tal
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2007\01\28@190859 by David VanHorn

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On 1/28/07, Tal Go <spam_OUTtalgoTakeThisOuTspamusb.co.il> wrote:
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> Peter
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> That's what I thought, but I was not sure, everyday I find new things, in
> this case it was confusing for me.


I wouldn't say it's impossible, but it's extremely unlikely.
FAR more likely, he was being lazy.

I'm amazed how many people don't know that straight plates means non-polar
and one plate curved means polar.

2007\01\28@203700 by William Chops Westfield

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On Jan 28, 2007, at 3:47 PM, peter green wrote:

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>> I found in some schematics on the 'net a 0.01uF capacitor with
>> polarity.

Are you sure it wasn't supposed to be 0.01F ?  That's possible these
days, though that particular value isn't common.

> its quite possible that he is just in the habbit of using
> symbols with polarity marked

That sounds more likely.

BillW

2007\01\28@230656 by Rich

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It used to be with a foil cap.  What other specs are you looking for?  DCWV,
ESR, Tolerance, etc?  I may even have some in stock.

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2007\01\29@020839 by Tal Go

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You are right David, the author was lazy / in a hurry / confused / or just
been careless when he draw the schematic.  as I saw many schematics with
this polarized 0.01uF made me think that all of them use the same drawing
software. BTW, he used the curved symbol and add a "+" symbol as well.

Whatever, the good guys win :-)

Tal


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