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IMPORTANT Jaguar A3, 0.4, 0.6 & 0.7 BOM & Parts Kit Error 
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Even something like Maplin should be able to supply this.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/resin-dipped- ... itor-ra43w

At 44p, it won't break the bank! ;-)

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thanks Fred - just tried to checkout at digikey and shipping was indeed £12!


Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:17 am
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I have shitloads of passive components in my basement.. I'll have a look if I can find some 6.8nF caps, might be a lot cheaper for any european guys in need of a few since they fit envelopes just fine.

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I used the 'ask a question' function to ask Maplin a couple of days ago whether those are C0G NP0 but they haven't answered yet. Andy mentioned that larger problems than those caused by the capacitance being out by an order of magnitude could be introduced unless I stuck to the values he gave, I take serious dev comments seriously :)


Tue Aug 05, 2014 10:44 am
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X7R will be just fine, I promise. :-p

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Thank you Fred :lol:

Dave.


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I lied and haven't done anything to my Jaguar except drive it around blindly on pedestrian streets and highways.

That is all.

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Months later, C7 replaced.


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C7 ordered...thanks.


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I've finally fixed mine.

No difference observed after a few drives, which is good, because it means I didn't screw it up.

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