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Old 07-29-2014, 05:32 PM   #1
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Default Seeking Marcon EFM Series Datasheet

Being as Marcon was aquired by Chemicon back in '94, I cannot find datasheets on any of their capacitor series for the life of me. I have other series such as CESH-MD but I have about 10 EFM series caps so I'm interested in their specs.

Brand: Marcon
Series: EFM
Voltage: 25v
Capacity: 1000uF
Datecode: 9410 (10th week of 1994)
Dimensions: 17.5Dx15H [approx]
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Old 02-21-2019, 01:23 PM   #2
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Default Re: Seeking Marcon EFM Series Datasheet

I know, this thread is pretty old, but I will post anyways for people who get here by google (just like I did) and because finding this datasheet was a pretty hard task.

I ultimately got the datasheet for the Marcon EFM series from some datasheet search engine using the keywords "chemicon" and "EFM", not even mentioning Marcon.

They are low-ESR and high-ripple caps for use in SMPS with a lifespan of 2000h-5000h.

I attached the datasheet I got.
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