Dear All, I recently received some super capacitors from China. Although carefully wrapped, they were dented on arrival (see attachment). They must have been mistreated prior to packaging. Can someone please tell me if that damage is negligible and I can use them anyways? Or should I insist on a refund? Thank you very much in advance! Kind regards Andreas
Dear Andreas, this should bei no Problem. You can shurely use Them. Sorry for wrong letters, but iam No native english speaker. How much to pay for them and what are the value for voltage and capacity? Sincerly yours
Hi. If they still have the ratings they should have, I thinks its possible to use them. I had dented caps as well (OK... Motor-Caps) and they lasted long as spare parts. However, if Your project isnt too urgent, U can still try to have them refunded. Problem is, how would U prove it that U didn't mistreat them? ;-)
Andreas wrote: > Can someone please tell me if that damage is negligible and I can use > them anyways? Maybe theres enough air around the inner electrolytic wrap. Maybe not. > They must have been mistreated prior to packaging. Of course: thats the way they look when someone picked them out of the waste bucket after they were thrown there due to failing the quality check. Or they simply have fallen down at the end of the production belt... ;-) > Or should I insist on a refund? I would.
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Lothar M. wrote: > Maybe theres enough air around the inner electrolytic wrap. Maybe not. Maybe, maybe no, maybe rain, maybe snow. :-)