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len_scanlan 30th October 2006 04:53 PM

FS: computer grade electrolytics & polyprop caps
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I'm clearing out some surplus components which are just taking up space in the attic:

1) 10000uF/63V electrolytic caps (Qty 4) 2.50 ea

Made by Marcon, recovered from redundant equipment and have been sitting on the shelf the last 10yrs. Dimensions 35mm diameter x 95mm high (including screws)

2) 15000uF/75V electrolytic caps (Qty 17) 3.50 ea

These are NOS quality Sprague components. Date code is 1991.
Dimensions 63mm diameter x 60mm high including screws. Note: these will fit vertically in a 2U rack case!

All these electrolytics are old stock, so they could do with reforming before use.

3) 0.1uF / 1000Vdc Metallized Polypropylene caps (Qty about 200 pieces) 0.08ea

These are NOS, made by Siemens. PCB mounting case with short leads. Dimensions 26w x 10d x 16h (mm). 22.5mm pin pitch.

len_scanlan 30th October 2006 04:55 PM

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Photo of 15000uf/75V Caps:

len_scanlan 30th October 2006 04:57 PM

Photo of 0.1uF/1000V polypropylene caps:

len_scanlan 30th October 2006 04:58 PM

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oops, forgot attachment!

Photo of 0.1uF/1000V polypropylene caps:

Spasticteapot 30th October 2006 09:49 PM

How much to ship to 53711 in the USA? I want some of those Sprauge jumbo-caps!

KBK 31st October 2006 12:08 AM


Originally posted by len_scanlan
oops, forgot attachment!

Photo of 0.1uF/1000V polypropylene caps:

I can't imagine a 1000V cap being metallized. Likely it's foil.

len_scanlan 31st October 2006 05:15 PM

The 0.1uF caps have 'MKP' printed on the case - this is metallized polypropylene as far as I'm aware.

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