http://www.amiga.org/forums/showthread.php?t=71548, cap list

Where to get caps replaced or order caps.
acills-classic-computers- Acill Electronics specializes in classic computer (S.CA)
MacCaps Repair Service
Amigakit

Check Amiga PCB numbers and you will see there are a number of revisions for each model so the listed caps might not be for your board. If you want to add or find a mistake in this list that is taken from the web sites contact: www.sacc.org webmaster.

Lower voltage rated caps generally have a lot lower ESR and overall better response. Putting a 50V in where a 10V would do will result in higher ripple. Radial capacitors slowly degrade over time. The higher the temperature and or higher ripple current causes faster degrade.

SOLID TANTALUM CAPACITORS do not tolerate high ripple current
Do NOT replace listed caps with tantalum unless you KNOW what you are doing.
Solid-tantalum’s short circuit failure mode, they short then explode. Normally I replace like types with like types but I have replaced tantalum capacitors with electrolytic caps because of failures (cap explode) with high ripple current. I have never seen a tantalum in a power supply.

RIPPLE CURRENT
Ripple current is the AC current flowing in the capacitor. It’s called ripple current because the associated AC voltage rides like ripple on water on the capacitor’s DC bias voltage. The ripple current heats the capacitor and the maximum permitted ripple current is set by how much can be permitted and still meet the capacitor’s load life specification. Too much temperature rise will cause the capacitor to exceed its maximum permitted core temperature and fail quickly.

There's no need to use non-polarised capacitors for the audio output part, because the audio is never swinging between negative/positive before it enters the caps. In fact, it's always positive. The caps them selves do the 'DC centering' so that the output swings between negative and positive. Remove the caps and hook up an oscilloscope and you will be amazed. I've ran normal 22µF 25v tantalums in the audio part of my Amigas for a long time.

Another thing: Do not use cheramic caps in the audio circuitry. Cheramic caps can pick up vibrations, kind of like a mic, thus they are unwanted for audio applications. You'd not want to couple unwanted things into your audio, do you? Electrolytics

 

 

amiga.serveftp.net/schematics.html#System_schematics PS

A1000 NTSC Motherboard: Part #327049-01 Rev A

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
  22μF 16     7 pcs C48,49,50,63,64,65,66
  47μF 16     1 pcs C92
  100μF 16     4 pcs C175,78,79,80
  220μF 16     1 pcs C93
  470μF 16     1 pcs C95

 

A1000 PAL Part# 252277-01

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
radial 22μF 16     7 pcs C56, C48, C49, C60, C62, C63, C64
radial 100μF 16     4 pcs C126, C128, C130, C158
radial 220μF 16     2 pcs C76, 77
radial 470μF 16     1 pcs C79

Amiga 1000 PS

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
  1μF 50     1 pcs C10
  4.7μF 50     1 pcs C09
  10μF 50     1 pcs C49
  100μF 25     3 pcs C15,17,19
  330μF 35     1 pcs C18
  470μF 35     1 pcs C16
  470μF 220     1 pcs C50
  2200μF 16     1 pcs C11,12,13

 

A1000 PAL 240V Mitsumi Power Supply, Model# SR68-0550M (*)

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
radial 1μF 50     1 pcs C12
radial 180μF 400     1 pcs C106
radial 330μF 10     1 pcs C202
radial 470μF 16     2 pcs C201, 205
radial 1000μF 35     1 pcs C204
radial 2200μF 10     1 pcs C210
radial 3300μF 10     3 pcs C207, 208, 209

 

Amiga 500 Rev. 6A

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
radial 10μF 50 ECA1HM100 167-25-656 2 pcs  
radial 22μF 50 ECA1HM220 167-25-657 4 pcs  
radial 47μ 50 ECA1HM470 167-25-659 2 pcs  
radial 100μF 20 EEUFR1H101 167-23-916 6 pcs  
radial 470μF 25 EEUFR1E471 167-23-912 1 pcs  
radial 3300μF 25 ECA1EHG332 167-25-786 2 pcs  

 

Amiga 500 Rev. 6A

From: http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=51108
Capacitor list (POWER SUPPLY A 500 P/NO. 312 503- 03):
2x 470µF 25v electrolytic through-hole
1x 4700µF 25v electrolytic through-hole
1x 4700µF 16v electrolytic through-hole
3x 22µF 25v electrolytic through-hole


Use this thread to detail capacitors using this PSU
Model: A 391 029-03_rev
Photo:
http://hostthenpost.org/uploads/7786...9398c50a9b.jpg
List:
3 x 47uFx35V 85C
1 x 82uFx35V 105C
2 x 1000uFx10V 105C
1 x 220uFx35V 105C
1 x 1uFx50V 85C
1 x 33uFx400V 85C

Amiga 500 PSU ref P.312503-03 singapore (Heavy PSU)

From: http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=75858
Amiga 500 PSU ref P.312503-03 singapore (Heavy PSU)
**** WARNING !!! *******

This model of PSU is more dangerous than the light A500 PSU and the A600/1200 PSU. For a simple reason : the electronic board is not spanned FLAT inside the PSU, but on its SIDE !

Any wrong manipulation could lead you to touch dangerous parts, so this means that you need to put the internal PSU board on a wood table FLAT !

There are only 6 capacitors to remove (that's the best part)

Tools needed :
--------------
- 'Current Protected' screwdriver (i use FACOM ones which support up to 1000V, so the 47 uF 400V capacitor won't do me any harm, as well as the other parts which could be charged).
* NEVER EVER TRY TO PROCEED IF YOU DON'T HAVE A PROTECTED TOOL/DEVICE TO DISCHARGE THE CAPACITORS ON THE MAINS, OTHERWISE IF YOU TOUCH A CHARGED PART, AND THAT THE CURRENT PULSE GET IN SYNC WITH YOUR HEART BEAT, YOU'RE DEAD AND I'M NOT KIDDING ! *

Capacitors list :
---------------
- 2x 2200UF 40V (replacement Panasonic EEUFC1H222 , 2200uF 50V)
- 1x 330UF 50V (replacement Panasonic EEUFR1H331L)
- 1x 330UF 25V (replacement Panasonic EEUFM1E331)
- 1x 470UF 16V (replacement Panasonic EEUFC1C471L)
- 1x to determine (small one)
1) Be sure that the PSU is not connected to the main /!\ /!\ and also that the PSU was not connected since 24H.
2) unscrew the 4 screws underneath it
3) press the power switch like if you wanted to switch on your amiga, this will help to discharge the big capacitor
4) Use the current protected screwdriver and pass it on the (+) and (-) poles of the big capacitors solder side.

eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=41158

I've just dissasembled my 2 "production" Amigas. Caps list is pretty different from what I can see it.

Rev6A

2x 3300 uF 10V
1x 470 uF 16V
6x 100uF 16V
2x 47uF 16V
4x 22uF 35V
2x 10uF 50V

Rev8A

3x 1000uF 10V
6x 100uF 16V
2x 47uF 16V
4x 22uF 35V
2x 10uF 35V
eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=44138, 600 cap list

Amiga 600


C306 = 9.2uF (should be 10uF)
C612 = 8.0uF (should be 10uF)
C409 = 85.8uF (should be 100uF)

http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=44138

4 x 10uF Aluminium 25V SM (surfacemount)
5 x 22uF Aluminium 25V SM
2 x 47uF Aluminium 16V SM
4 x 100uF Aluminium 6.3V SM
2 x 1000uF 10V electroylic through hole
2 x 470uF 16V electrolytic through hole

Digikey.com) for replacing the A600 capacitors


Here is the parts list and part numbers (for Digikey.com) for replacing the A600 capacitors.
I have not received them yet so if you use this list, give it a quick check to make sure its right
Total cost for the A600 is about $5.50 US + mail costs
A600 parts list.....
4 x PCE3008CT-ND CAP 10UF 25V HA ELECT SMD 5 x PCE3009CT-ND CAP 22UF 25V HA ELECT SMD 2 x PCE3006CT-ND CAP 47UF 16V HA ELECT SMD 4 x PCE3002CT-ND CAP 100UF 6.3V HA ELECT SMD 2 x P5521-ND CAP 1000UF 10V ELECT NHG RADIAL 2 x P5141-ND CAP 470UF 16V ALUM LYTIC RADIAL
Quick edit... forgot to mention.. some caps are minimum order of 5 so get enough for 2 kits

A1200 (Please verify, markings on my caps are a little obscure but i believe these are correct)
3 x PCE3008CT-ND CAP 10UF 25V HA ELECT SMD
5 x PCE3009CT-ND CAP 22UF 25V HA ELECT SMD
2 x PCE3006CT-ND CAP 47UF 16V HA ELECT SMD
4 x PCE3002CT-ND CAP 100UF 6.3V HA ELECT SMD
2 x P5521-ND CAP 1000UF 10V ELECT NHG RADIAL
2 x P5141-ND CAP 470UF 16V ALUM LYTIC RADIAL

My REV 1.5 has the same amount and values of it's "e-caps" as kipper2k's REV 1.3 board.

All the capacitors are listed on pages 4-6 and 4-7 of the service manual


Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
SMD 10μF 25     4 pcs C306,612,409
SMD 22 μF 25 EEHZA1V220R 110-49-839 5 pcs  
SMD 47 μF 16 EEHZA1V470P 110-49-841 2 pcs  
SMD 100 μF 6.3 ?25 EEHZA1E101XP 110-49-836 4 pcs  
radial 470 μF 16 EEUFR1E471 167-23-912 2 pcs  
radial 1000 μF 6.3 EEUFR1A102L 167-23-967 2 pcs  

 

https://console5.com/wiki/Amiga_1200
www.suikka.net/~pauli/amiga/smd/a1200-caps.jpg

Amiga 1200

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
SMD 10 μF 16 EEHZA1V220R 110-49-839 3 pcs c303,c304,c459
SMD 22 μF 25 EEHZA1V220R 110-49-839 5 pcs c324,c334
SMD 47 μF 16 EEHZA1V470P 110-49-841 2 pcs c821,c822
SMD 100 μF 6.3 EEHZA1E101XP 110-49-836 4 pcs c235,c236,c239,c409
radial 470μF 16 EEUFR1E471 167-23-912 2 pcs c237,c307
radial 1000μF 10 EEUFR1A102L 167-23-967 2 pcs c408,c811

 

eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=77092, Amiga 1200 1D.1

Hi! My A1200 stop working so I opened it and started to populate the caps... Seems like my caps are different than the ones in your list but it's the SAME MB REVISION! - I have pictures of them....

My list:

SMD ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYTIC:
C214 10uF 25v SMD 5mm dia
C306 10uF 25v SMD 5mm dia
C303 22uF 25v SMD 6.3mm dia
C304 22uF 25v SMD 6.3mm dia
C324 22uF 25v SMD 6.3mm dia
C334 22uF 25v SMD 6.3mm dia
C459 22uF 25v SMD 6.3mm dia

C821 47uF 16v SMD 6.3mm dia
C822 47uF 16v SMD 6.3mm dia

C235 100uF 6.3v SMD 6.3mm dia
C236 100uF 6.3v SMD 6.3mm dia
C239 100uF 6.3v SMD 6.3mm dia
C409 100uF 6.3v SMD 6.3mm dia

RADIAL NO SMD:
C408 1000uF 10v RADIAL 5mm-ls low ESR 10mm dia
C811 1000uF 10v RADIAL 5mm-ls low ESR 10mm dia

C237 470uF 16v RADIAL 5mm-ls low ESR 8mm dia
C307 470uF 16v RADIAL 5mm-ls low ESR 8mm dia

Why is that?

A2000

A2000_R6, schematic showing caps
www.amiga.org, capacitor list for the Amiga 2000 Rev. 4.4
Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark

 

A3000 rev. 8.9

eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=75257 rev9
Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
radial 470 μF 16 EEUFR1E471 167-23-912 7 pcs  
radial 47 μF 16 ECA1HHG470 167-25-810 15 pcs  
radial 100 μF 16 EEUFR1H101 167-23-916 1 pcs  
radial 22 μF 35 ECA1HHG220 167-25-807 8 pcs  
radial 4.7 μF 35 ECA1HHG4R7 167-25-804 2 pcs  
radial 220 μF 16 ECA1HHG220 167-25-807 1 pcs  

 

There are 2 variable capacitors, the VC 190 (yellow) and the VC 470 (Blue). What function do these v. capacitors? How do I find the correct value ?. The originals do not work and can not measure them.

VC190 value range is 22-47pF and VC470 is 3-11pF.
VC190 is used for adjusting the 32.768kHz crystal of RTC and VC470 is for adjusting the video output of Amber chip.

Amiga 3000 Daughter Board

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
radial 220 μF 50 EEUFM1H221 110-70-080 4 pcs  

 

A3000T

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
radial 470 μF 25 EEUFR1E471 167-23-912 8 pcs  
radial 47 μF 50 ECA1HHG470 167-25-810 15 pcs  
radial 10 μF 50 ECA1HM100 167-25-656 1 pcs  
radial 100 μF 50 EEUFR1H101 167-23-916 1 pcs  
radial 22 μF 50 ECA1HHG220 167-25-807 13 pcs  
radial 4.7 μF 50 ECA1HHG4R7 167-25-804 2 pcs  
radial 220 μF 50 EEUFM1H221 110-70-080 4 pcs  

 

Amiga 4000 rev.B ??

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
SMD 22 μF 35 EEHZA1V220R 110-49-839 5 pcs  
SMD 47 μF 35 EEHZA1V470P 110-49-841 10 pcs  
SMD 100 μF 25 EEHZA1E101XP 110-49-836 1 pcs  
SMD 10 μF 50 EEHZA1H100R 110-49-845 1 pcs  
SMD 4.7 μF 35 EEEFK1V4R7R 167-23-903 2 pcs  
radial 470 μF 25 EEUFR1E471 167-23-912 2 pcs  

 

Amiga 4000 Rev. D

www.suikka.net/~pauli/amiga/smd/a4000d_motherboard_revb_capacitores_rev2.png
Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
SMD 22 μF 35 EEHZA1V220R 110-49-839 7 pcs  
SMD 47 μF 35 EEHZA1V470P 110-49-841 10 pcs  
SMD 100 μF 25 EEHZA1E101XP 110-49-836 1 pcs  
SMD 10 μF 50 EEHZA1H100R 110-49-845 1 pcs  
SMD 4.7 μF 35 EEEFK1V4R7R 167-23-903 2 pcs  
radial 470 μF 25 EEUFR1E471 167-23-912 2 pcs  

 

Amiga 4000T

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
SMD 22 μF 35 EEHZA1V220R 110-49-839 6 pcs  
SMD 47 μF 35 EEHZA1V470P 110-49-841 14 pcs  
SMD 100 μF 25 EEHZA1E101XP 110-49-836 11 pcs  
SMD 10 μF 50 EEHZA1H100R 110-49-845 3 pcs  
SMD 4.7 μF 35 EEEFK1V4R7R 167-23-903 15 pcs  
radial 470 μF 25 EEUFR1E471 167-23-912 3 pcs  

 

A4000D power supplies. Skynet P/N 391173-02 COM-915C-2

Skynet_PSU_schematic
eab.abime.net/images/Amiga_4000_Power_Supply_SKYNET_CAPS_ArtID.jpg
eab.abime.net/images/Amiga_4000_Power_Supply_SKYNET_CAPS.jpg.URL

Com-915C-2  p/n 391173-02

Panasonic - ECQU2A224ML .22UF 275 V Class X2 C2
Panasonic - ECQU2A684ML .68UF 275 V Class X2 C1

Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 1UF   100 V     C34
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 22UF  25 V      C6
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 47UF  25 V      C29, C27
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 120UF 25 V      C31 
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 330UF 200 V     C7, C8 
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 330UF 25 V      C25, C26
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 1000UF 10 V     C22
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 1200UF 16 V     C21

A4000D power supplies. Skynet P/N 391173-01 COM-915C-1

Schematic & parts layout are the same for -1 and -02, C1 is different.

My Skynet P/S
Com-915C-1  p/n 391173-01

Panasonic - ECQU2A224ML .22UF 275 V Class X2 C1, 
Panasonic - ECQU2A684ML .22UF 275 V Class X2 C2

Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 1UF   100 V     C34
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 22UF  25 V      C6
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 47UF  25 V      C29 C 27
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 120UF 25 V      C31 
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 330UF 200 V     C7, C8 
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 330UF 25 V      C25, C26
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 1000UF 16 V     C22
Panasonic - EEUFCA1R0 1200UF 16 V     C21


I don't know if this applies to all Lite-on PSUs, and there's at least one other 
PSU model (Skynet). I recommend checking a couple locations on your PSU before ordering replacements.
Edit: There are two Light-on (-01,02) that in know of from references on the net and two Skynet (-01, 02)
and yes you need a different cap list for ea. 

Code:

A4000 PSU (Lite-on)

Fan connects to J12
blue toward inside
red toward outside of board

(1x) 1u 50v 5mm x 12mm
Replacement: Panasonic EEUFC1H1R0
#  | ID   |    ESR    | Pol |      Continuity       | Notes
   |      | old | new |     |  +        |  -        |
1  | C14  |     |     |     |           |           |

(1x) 1u 450v 8mm x 12mm
Original: Rubycon SM
Replacement: Nichicon UVZ2W010MPD
#  | ID   |    ESR    | Pol |      Continuity       | Notes
   |      | old | new |     |  +        |  -        |
2  | C40  |     |     |     |           |           |

(1x) 2.2u 50v 5mm x 5mm
Replacement: Nichicon UMT1H2R2MDD
#  | ID   |    ESR    | Pol |      Continuity       | Notes
   |      | old | new |     |  +        |  -        |
3  | C10  |     |     |     |           |           |

(2x) 2.2u 50v 5mm x 12mm
Replacement: Panasonic EEUFC1H2R2
#  | ID   |    ESR    | Pol |      Continuity       | Notes
   |      | old | new |     |  +        |  -        |
4  | C25  |     |     |     |           |           |
5  | C27  |     |     |     |           |           |

(4x) 10u 50v 6mm x 5mm
Replacement: Nichicon UMV1H100MFD
#  | ID   |    ESR    | Pol |      Continuity       | Notes
   |      | old | new |     |  +        |  -        |
6  | C35  |     |     |     |           |           |
7  | C41  |     |     |     |           |           |

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark

 

eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=41466, cd32motherboardr3.jpg

Amiga CD32

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
SMD 22 μF 35 EEHZA1V220R 110-49-839 6 pcs  
SMD 47 μF 35 EEHZA1V470P 110-49-841 5 pcs  
SMD 100 μF 25 EEHZA1E101XP 110-49-836 9 pcs  
SMD 10 μF 50 EEHZA1H100R 110-49-845 4 pcs  
SMD 4.7 μF 35 EEEFK1V4R7R 167-23-903 4 pcs  
radial 470 μF 25 EEUFR1E471 167-23-912 1 pcs  
radial 1000 μF 10 EEUFR1A102L 167-23-967 2 pcs  

 

Amiga CDTV

  3300 μF 10 EEUFR1A102L 167-23-967 2 pcs  

 

Commodore A3630

22uF/16V B 4

Commodore A3640

amiga.serveftp.net, A3640_capacitor layout

Type value DC volts PartNo Elfa PartNo Count remark
SMD 22μF 35 EEHZA1V220R 110-49-839 5 pcs