I have a capacitor with 3 lines that reads:
Line 1: 0eK
Line 2: 100
Line 3: 25v
There is a rectangle like symbol before the lettering in line 1.
And another that reads:
Line 1: 0K
Line 2: 22
Line 3: 16v
There is a rectangle like symbol before the lettering in line 1 and another hard to read symbol at the end.
I also have a radial capacitor that reads: 2.2uF63v.
Do I basically have (1) 100uF / 25v, (2) 22uF / 16v, and (3) 2.2uF / 63v capacitors? Do I simply need to be concerned with lines 2-3? What about tolerance or ripple current? I want to replace them with tantalum capacitors but I can’t get past the initial identification. There are so many to choose from.