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    Motor suppression
    I could do with a little electronics advice please. I have purchased two Krick motors with gearboxes for my
    Dusseldorf Fire Boat
    . I also bought the necessary capacitors for suppression. I have 47nf for across the terminals and 10nf for terminal to case. There is, however, a capacitor already fitted across the terminals which states a number of 224 on the casing. I have looked this up and it appears to be only 1nf, (1000pf). Is this acceptable to suppress this motor or should I change them to 47nf as per the instructions. Thanks.๐Ÿ˜Š
    30 days ago by MouldBuilder


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