I have realized a prototype which uses 3 electrolytic capacitors:
The first is at the output of a DC-DC boost converter (TPS61090RSAR): 100uF
The second is at the input of an ADC converter: 4.7uF
The third is parallel to a LED used in a sensor (suggested by the sensor manufacturer. Likely to make the voltage stable): 220uF
I am designing the PCB using SMD components and I would like to replace the electrolytic capacitors with tantalum capacitors of the same capacity.
As far as I know this should be possible.
Can someone confirm this? Are there precautions?
Thank you in advance.