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Capacitors

Capacitors are passive devices that are used in almost all electrical circuits for rectification, coupling and tuning. Also known as condensers, a capacitor is simply two electrical conductors separated by an insulating layer called a dielectric. The conductors are usually thin layers of aluminum foil, while the dielectric can be made up of many materials including paper, mylar, polypropylene, ceramic, mica, and even air. Electrolytic capacitors have a dielectric of aluminum oxide which is formed through the application of voltage after the capacitor is assembled.

Characteristics of different capacitors are determined by not only the material used for the conductors and dielectric, but also by the thickness and physical spacing of the components.

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C-EC100-385Capacitor - JJ Electronics, 385V, 100µF, Electrolytic

JJ Electronic single-section electrolytic can capacitor, 100 µF -10%+30% @ 385 V, 7/8" diameter x 1 5/8" height (22 x 42 mm). Snap-in PC mount terminals. Excellent for music industry applications


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C-ER47-80-160Capacitor - CE Mfg., 160V, 47/80µF, Electrolytic

CE Manufacturing multi-section electrolytic "Firecracker" style capacitor (modern polarized electrolytic caps in a tube for a vintage look). 47/80 µF ±20% @ 160 VDC. 1-1/16" diameter x 3-¾" length. Includes zip-tie and mount square. Great for antique radio restoration. Three wires (Red, Orange, Black):



  • Red to Black = 47 µF
  • Orange to Black = 80 µF

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C-MCS-100Capacitor - MusiCap, 100V, Film & Foil Polypropylene

Critical loudspeaker crossovers deserve to have a transparent product specific to the application. Speaker MusiCaps, with their thicker leads, are a revelation in well-designed crossover networks. While a fully MusiCap-ed crossover is supreme, just installing MusiCaps in the tweeter circuit will reveal much additional detail and nuance. Many prominent high-end loudspeaker manufacturers have been using MusiCaps in their top models for years.


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S-H121MMounting Plate - Metal, for 1" Can Capacitor
Metal plate for mounting FP type can capacitors. Designed for use with three section, 1” capacitors.
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C-PV4700-55-ACapacitor - Peavey, 55V, 4700µF, Axial Lead
Peavey 4700 µF @ 55V polarized electrolytic capacitor with axial leads. 7/8" diameter x 2" length.
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C-ET47-50-ILCapacitor - Illinois, 50V, 47µF, Axial Lead Electrolytic
High quality low leakage tubular electrolytic capacitor. Rated for 85° C operation. Tolerance -20%, +50%.
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C-FT-250Capacitor - Solen, 250V, "Fast", Metalized Polypropylene

Made of the highest quality aluminum metalized polypropylene film available. Made in France. This superior concept significantly improved the electrical and mechanical characteristics of the film capacitor. They deliver a high level of performance that has never before been achieved.


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C-ET47-35Capacitor - 35V, 47µF, Axial Lead Electrolytic
High quality low leakage tubular electrolytic capacitor. Rated for 85° C operation.
Tolerance -20%, +50%.
Size .63" dia. x 1" length.
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C-V365Capacitor - 365pF, Variable, Single Section

Single section 365 pf variable capacitor. A compact, rugged, economical unit used in wide variety of low-voltage applications. This capacitor's almost cubical shape makes more efficient use of space and delivers a remarkable amount of capacitance for its volume.


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C-EC800-385Capacitor - JJ Electronics, 385V, 800µF, Electrolytic
1 3/8" diameter x 3 1/2" height. Similar to LCR
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