? Looks more like it was ripped off mechanically.blown a leg off
The datasheet schematics are just examples of how the device can be used in a particular application. We do not know the voltage used in this circuit until we can either reference it on a schematic, or trace it back to the source on the PCB. (This is something you have to help us with)Is the input 15v, can we go off the datesheet?
There is an internal 24 volt Zener between pins 1 & 4. That would indicate that voltage between pins 1 and 4 will never exceed 24 volts as long as the part is not fried. Therefore, a 50 volt ceramic cap should be just fine.Just one last question, I'll leave you in peace then.. what's the best way to have a good guess at the voltage rating of the capacitor... It's a 220v AC supply coming in which is then converted to DC and that powers a 180v DC motor.. but there's also small internal DC voltages for the speed up and down and to power the screen etc