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DOD - DSCC-DWG-15005

CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC (NONSOLID ELECTROLYTE), TANTALUM (POLARIZED SLUG), EXTENDED CAPACITANCE

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Organization: DOD
Publication Date: 7 December 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 10
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This drawing describes the complete requirements for tantalum electrolytic (nonsolid) electrolyte, fixed capacitors, in tantalum cases, insulated and uninsulated. These capacitors are similar to DLA Land and Maritime drawing 10004 capacitors with improved reverse voltage, vibration, and thermal shock capabilities.

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Capacitors conforming to this drawing are intended for use when military specifications do not exist and qualified military devices that will perform the required function are not available for... View More

Document History

DSCC-DWG-15005
December 7, 2016
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC (NONSOLID ELECTROLYTE), TANTALUM (POLARIZED SLUG), EXTENDED CAPACITANCE
Capacitors conforming to this drawing are intended for use when military specifications do not exist and qualified military devices that will perform the required function are not available for OEM...
April 15, 2015
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC (NONSOLID ELECTROLYTE), TANTALUM (POLARIZED SLUG), EXTENDED CAPACITANCE
Capacitors conforming to this drawing are intended for use when military specifications do not exist and qualified military devices that will perform the required function are not available for OEM...
December 11, 2014
CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC (NONSOLID ELECTROLYTE), TANTALUM (POLARIZED SLUG), EXTENDED CAPACITANCE
Capacitors conforming to this drawing are intended for use when military specifications do not exist and qualified military devices that will perform the required function are not available for OEM...

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