Welcome to the GSM-Forum forums. |
You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features.
Only registered members may post questions, contact other members or search our database of over 8 million posts.
Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please - Click to REGISTER!
If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact contact us .
|iPhone, iPad, iPod Hardware Repair Hardware Repair discussions for iPhone, iPod , iPad & Apple Products, help, guides.|
| ||LinkBack||Thread Tools||Display Modes|
|06-06-2012, 22:13||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2011
Thanks Meter: 17
what is the best method to check if capacitor short ?
Thank you all
|06-06-2012, 22:39||#2 (permalink)|
No Life Poster
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Palestine Free
Thanks Meter: 6,631
Small capacitors should read "open". Large caps will show a "kick" of low impedance, but it will quickly climb and become very high. If the value remains low, you have a shorted cap.
If you want to test a cap to verify its value, you have to get fancier. Applying 60 Hz from a small transformer (less than the cap's rated voltage) and measuring the AC current will let you calculate the capacitance and show if the cap is still within its tolerance.
|thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|news headlines to gsm phone||mos||Nokia Legacy Phones ( DCT-1 ,2 ,3 ,L )||7||05-22-2016 11:42|
|How to add a language in 51xx/61xx||tati||Nokia Legacy Phones ( DCT-1 ,2 ,3 ,L )||8||05-21-2013 19:20|
|How to upload a new firmware...||Brand||Nokia Legacy Phones ( DCT-1 ,2 ,3 ,L )||8||06-08-2012 18:29|
|Copy from one 6110 to another||Leif Nielsen||Nokia Legacy Phones ( DCT-1 ,2 ,3 ,L )||1||06-10-1999 22:36|