## Can I use 1000uF 35V capacitor?

Earlier today, yes. You need to be sure the capacitors you are getting are low ESR ( equivalent series resistance), high temp and high ripple current or you can damage the power supply board.

### Can I use a 35V capacitor instead of an 25V?

In general, going from 25V to 35V won’t cause you a problem as long as the above parameters are comparable. Once you start getting above 35V, you’ll find less and less high-performance capacitors available (the majority of low ESR parts tend to be 25V or lower). The rating is a maximum voltage rating.

#### What is a 1000uF capacitor?

Typically these are used for surge suppressing / transient voltages / filtering out noise at the ~1KHz or less. This specific capacitor is rated for 1000uF and 25V with a +/- 20% tolerance. The negative is denoted by a white line down the side of the capacitor with a negative symbol.

What is 1000uF 25V capacitor?

1000uF 25V Electrolytic Capacitor is a high quality electrolytic capacitor which offers long life and high reliability. Electrolytic Capacitors are most commonly used type of capacitors in Electronic Circuits. Electrolytic Capacitors have 2 Polars – Positive and Negative.

Can I replace a 16V capacitor with a 25v capacitor?

The maximum voltage you can deal with is what the voltage rating is. If you use a 25v rated cap, never exceed 25V. Don’t exceed 16v for a 16v rated cap.

## Can I use a 370v capacitor instead of an 440v?

Many techs think they must replace a 370v capacitor with a 370v capacitor. The voltage rating displays the “not to exceed” rating, which means you can replace a 370v with a 440v but you cannot replace a 440v with a 370v.

### What is uF of capacitor?

uF refers to the size of the capacitor. Capacitance is the charge that is necessary to raise the potential of a body one unit. A capacitance of 1 farad (f) requires 1 coulomb of electricity to raise its potential 1 volt (v). 1 micro farad (uF) = 0.0000001 F.

Can I use 1000uF 35V capacitor? Earlier today, yes. You need to be sure the capacitors you are getting are low ESR ( equivalent series resistance), high temp and high ripple current or you can damage the power supply board. Can I use a 35V capacitor instead of an 25V? In general, going from 25V…