Q: Can you replace 470 16v to a 470 35v capacitor?

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Other than the integer 470, the simplest form is 470/1.Other than the integer 470, the simplest form is 470/1.Other than the integer 470, the simplest form is 470/1.Other than the integer 470, the simplest form is 470/1.

47x10=470

352% of 470 is 165440

It is: 470/10 = 47

470 = 4.7 × 102

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Yes, as long as there is room to mount the larger capacitor. A better replacement might be a 470uF 16v capacitor, which should be smaller than the 25v cap. If necessary, insulating tubing can be put on the leads & the cap can be mounted off the board, or at an angle to the board. Remember to observe polarity when connecting the capacitor leads to the board. Note the orientation & markings on the old capacitor before unsoldering it.

No, the value is far too small. If it is the capacitor used for the timing, the time/s will be reduced to one tenth of the deisred value.

200WV is the working voltage of the capacitor. This is the value that should not be exceeded between the two terminals. 470uF is the capacitive rating of the capacitor. It means 470 micro Farads, or 0.47 Farads.

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It will depend on the application. If you are trying to rapair some thing which as per design needs 470uF capacitor but you only have 100uF capacitors available., you can put 5 of these in parallel if possible (if SMD you can put one on top of another and solder). That will give you a total of 500uF close to the original value. - Neeraj Sharma

It is 470.

81% of 470= 81% * 470= 0.81 * 470= 380.7

30% of 470= 30% * 470= 0.3 * 470= 141

Other than the integer 470, the simplest form is 470/1.Other than the integer 470, the simplest form is 470/1.Other than the integer 470, the simplest form is 470/1.Other than the integer 470, the simplest form is 470/1.

470

84%/100% * 470 = 0.84*470 = 394.8

470 as 468 is 2 away from 470 but 8 away from 460 and 2 is smaller than 8