5582Re: [solectria_ev] Re: Isolating a Solectria DC-DC converter
- Aug 10 7:17 PMYou replied while I was writing my reply... ;)
As an EE, I can confirm that every part is important and has a function,
it would cost more money to put in extra random parts. ;)
The mostly likely problem, is that the small caps are starting to fail,
and they are leaking, or one has failed 100% and is shorted...
An Ideal cap blocks all DC current, so with it in series with a resistor,
you would have no current flow. AC current would need to be a very high
frequency to pass.
*wags his tail*
> --- In email@example.com, Ken Olum <kdo@...> wrote:
>> The purpose of the stuff above is hard to fathom, especially since in
>> normal use the 12V- output will be connected to the case.
> I'm not a EE, so this is a pure WAG - but maybe the small ones are
> for noise or parasitic oscillation suppression? The larger ones
> across input might be for surge load handling, and the ones across
> the output might be for smoothing (filtering).
> Wolf would surely be more knowledgable about such matters than I.
> I'm sure they have *some* purpose. It's hard to imagine Solectria
> adding extraneous components.
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