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Old 22nd August 2009, 12:08 AM   #1
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Hi Everyone...
I'm liking this Apex Jr. Thread. I will be using this thread to let you
guys know of some of the deals I get in and post them before
they're put on the website.

THANKS JASON AND MARK and all others too, for all your hard work.

For my 1st post, I got in some box high end film caps;

500 ea Vishay/Roederstein F 1772-447-2000 MKT Type
.47 UF 275V Retail at $3.14 ea .75ea
http://www.newark.com/vishay-roeders...tor/dp/95F9073
These are X2 noise suppression type

70 ea Rifa PHE 426 Polyproplyne
10 UF 250V $3.00ea


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Old 15th January 2010, 04:35 AM   #2
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Default Reduced prices on the caps above.

I have reduced the prices on the caps.


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Old 15th January 2010, 04:52 AM   #3
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Do you happen to know the lead spacing on the the 10uf caps?
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Old 15th January 2010, 05:39 PM   #4
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They are 1 1/2"
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Hi Steve, are these phe426 polypropylenes?
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Hi Steve, are these phe426 polypropylenes?
Yes, I made the changes on the 1st post.

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WOW! They gave you your own thread!! You certainly deserve it. Congrats.
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dont suppose youve got them in 400V, any thing from 5uF and up would work?
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dont suppose youve got them in 400V, any thing from 5uF and up would work?
There's "SPECIAL PURCHASE 4.7uf 400 Volt Metalized polyproplene cap $1.00ea" on the 'New' page.

Steve: Is the idea to offer the Rifa caps here on diyaudio before they get listed on the website?
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Old 8th April 2010, 10:59 PM   #10
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Luke....
In the box type capacitors I go as high as 10Uf 250V no 400V
have smaller box types in smaller quantities not listed on the
website.
10n 2000V
.1Uf 275Vac
.47Uf listed above in 1st post
1 Uf 275V
10Uf 200V listed in 1st post above
I do have other round and oblong poly caps listed on the site
as Tosh mentioned.

Tosh...
Yes, I sometimes give this forum 1st crack at items before there
listed on the website.
I've already posted these on the website but a good item non the less.

Nichicon 10,000Uf 50 V radial caps are in stock at 2.50 ea

Also have coming in next week a good quantity of Panasonic
Snap-In caps 18,000 Uf 50V that I will also be selling at $2.50 ea

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