No.Okay out of the following 3 caps which will be the closest best alternate
Since, uF value is 4.7 instead of 2.2, can we use 250v?
230 Volts RMS has a peak voltage of 325 Volts. So your capacitor must be rated for at least that voltage.
230 Volt AC lines are often actually 240 Volts, which has a peak of 340 Volts, so a 350 Volt cap will just barley make it. But if there are any transient voltages on the line, then you could blow the cap.
400 Volt caps are the standard for most 240 Volt line derived power supplies. 450 Volt caps gives you more safety margin.
Possibly; it still depends on the overall circuit and load current etc.
400V or 450V would probably be safer.
As alec_t asked way back in Post #4, Please post a schematic of your circuit, including what the input and output are connected to. A list of components, without something to show how they're connected, isn't very informative.Hi, thanks.
AC to DC circuit. A bridge rectifier.
4 x 1N4007 diodes
1 x 474J/K polyester cap
1 x 2.2uF 400v cap (now that I couldn't get this and needing a best alternate)