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i have a few items that i have no clue what they are. and realy dont fill like shocking my self you know.

they read

-iei+
300uf-40v
ce188992
535-03

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gudeman
xf-2753
ga-51143-l26
.22mfd-200v.d.c
-10

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bourns rTrimpot
236p628-101 100 (hourse shose) (up side down AA)6099

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sbe16ps-s40
403k1600v 9424

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dmt 6p47
.47uf k
600v cdet
 

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Hi,
me again :)

Some of these I can figure out:


-iei+
300uf-40v
ce188992
535-03

Capacitor, DC, 300µF, 40V
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gudeman
xf-2753
ga-51143-l26
.22mfd-200v.d.c
-10

Capacitor, DC, 0.22µF, 220V
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bourns rTrimpot
236p628-101 100 (hourse shose) (up side down AA)6099

Potentiometer (variable resistor), 100 Ohm (horse shoe is greek letter omega)
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sbe16ps-s40
403k1600v 9424

Sorry, no idea. A pic would help.
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dmt 6p47
.47uf k
600v cdet

Capacitor, 0.47µF, 600V (as long as there is no "DC" or "+/-" on it, it should be AC; take a good look to be shure!)

Pics sometimes help, when figuring out, what is what. I can't guarantee my interpretations are correct, but they should be.

Greets

Tom
 

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ok, i have been playing with them and i know that caps when they have power they shock the $h!t out you. but i can seem to get them to do so. i have used both ac and dc. then again i might be touching the wrongs end or something. idk i will look in to it, as for pic's my cos rolled the drag car over the cam over the hollydays so it will be some time before i can get a hold of a cam. but will get to pics up as soon as i can
 

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ok, i have been playing with them and i know that caps when they have power they shock the !t out you. but i can seem to get them to do so. i have used both ac and dc. then again i might be touching the wrongs end or something. idk i will look in to it, as for pic's my cos rolled the drag car over the cam over the hollydays so it will be some time before i can get a hold of a cam. but will get to pics up as soon as i can
OK, just so you know:

If it says DC, don't use AC!! Polarized Capacitors can be damaged with AC, or, in extreme cases, can even explode. It may not be dangerous to you (but it could!), but if one goes up, you can smell it. So maybe do it outdoors.

The other thing: to test a capacitor, just charge it with 12V DC and use a resistor and LED to discharge (the calculations should be found on any electronics knowledge base website, that's worth anything). With small capacitors you should use a scope, so you can see the charge/discharge curve.

Greets

Tom

P.S.: Please don't try anything with mains voltage!! It is dangerous and can kill you, if you don't take the proper precautions!!
 

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I know what they all are, but since you don't it also means you don't know how they function (or any potential hazards). That begs the question of what difference does it make to you what they are? If that much curiosity is just burning a hole in your brain, enroll in some electronics courses, and they'll be more than happy to teach you anything you want to know. That's what I and a great many others did.
 
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