Hi all.
There are many different ESR tables of electrolytic capacitors; they all have different interpretations of the maximum allowable ESR.
It is clear that there is a dependence on voltage and manufacturer. But having studied this question in detail, I came to the conclusion that there is a great similarity between many data from datasheets from different manufacturers.
The logical question arose about the universal ESR table for standard aluminum capacitors.
An example of such a universal ESR table can be this one, which was found on the Internet.
Who has any opinions on this?
There are many different ESR tables of electrolytic capacitors; they all have different interpretations of the maximum allowable ESR.
It is clear that there is a dependence on voltage and manufacturer. But having studied this question in detail, I came to the conclusion that there is a great similarity between many data from datasheets from different manufacturers.
The logical question arose about the universal ESR table for standard aluminum capacitors.
An example of such a universal ESR table can be this one, which was found on the Internet.
Who has any opinions on this?
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