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Aether90

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Hi everyone, I got a gecko into my external A/C and he shorted the bridge rectifier and probably a safety capacitor.
I used Mouser website to look for those two components equivalents but I would like to know from professionals if they are the right one.

The bridge rectifier is a D35SB100 A and the equivalent I found is the TS35P07G C2G.

The safety capacitor is a CY MPK X2 40/100/21 0.47uF K 275V and the one i found is the R46KN347000M1K.

What do you think? Thanks in advance.
 

Delta Prime

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The bridge rectifier is a D35SB100 A
Maximum repetitive voltage
VRRM 1000v
Maximum RMS voltage
VRMS 700
Maximum DC blocking voltage
VDC 1000v
the equivalent I found is the TS35P07G C2G.
VRRM 600V
VRMS 420
VDC 600V
Not a match Max smoke try again.

There are more than 10 different types of Film capacitors based on the type of polymer used for the dielectric, the property of them changes slightly but the overall functionality and application almost remain the same.
Your polypropylene film capacitor DC working voltage is larger than the original which is excellent I see no problem in your choice except you went from Mauser to digikey you're a "madman." :p
 

Aether90

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Thanks for the reply. But from what I see you looked at the TS35P05G not the TS35P07G?
 

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Aether90

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Thanks, no problem. So there are not other values to check that could make it not working like the original or break the circuit even more?
Thanks again
 

Delta Prime

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Bridge rectifiers are the workhorse of the circuit they take a lot of abuse and it is a cumulative effect stresses the component over time and eventually as you discovered they fail this is normal.
In your case all the parameters are matched!
From a design perspective I would say yes.
But that's a different animal.
You're good to go.
 
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