building sp12 programmer

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Jun 12, 2007

building sp12 programmer by roush97 at 2:05 AM (774 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. roush97
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    Newcomer roush97 Member

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    Can someone tell me if a 47uf 10v capacitor is sufficient for the sp12 programmer? I already installed the capacitor but haven't used the programmer. I also have a 47uf 100v. I was told higher voltage is ok. Should I change the capacitor?
     
  2. rrburkha

    Newcomer rrburkha Member

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    either one will work fine
     
  3. Royal2000H

    Newcomer Royal2000H Member

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    sorry to hijack the topic

    but I can't seem to figure out which side of my capacitor is negative and which side is positive

    it is this capacitor: http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.js...oductId=2102483

    would the negative be the side of the dip thing (opposite of a bump) or the side that the arrow is pointing to.

    Thanks
     
  4. zosh

    Newcomer zosh Advanced Member

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    You should really get to know the most basic parts in a circuit, it isn't that much info and it will help you later on.

    The arrow points to the negative (-) end.
     
  5. Royal2000H

    Newcomer Royal2000H Member

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    that's what I thought....

    but before I possibly kill the capacitor I wanted to double check
    and a website said sometimes the arrow points to negative and sometimes to positive....big help
    but I got my answer from some other people.

    Thanks

    I thought the - in the arrow was a 0 that's why I got confused [​IMG]
     

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