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neonthecat 19th February 2010 03:48 PM

Eyuda Motor Run Cap??
 
I picked up one of these 80uf / 500vac caps on ebay, as did some other SSE builders on the forum. I see there are no polarity markings on the terminals. Am I correct to assume that the cap can be hooked up without regard to polarity, unlike an electrolytic?

Thanks for the help!
"The Cat"

rknize 19th February 2010 04:51 PM

Film caps have no polarity restrictions. Motor run caps are usually film or film-in-oil.

neonthecat 19th February 2010 04:59 PM

Thank you, Russ. That's what I thought, but never having seen a non-electrolytic as big as the Eyuda, I just wanted to make sure.

nuclear 5th May 2011 02:38 PM

EYUDA capacitor is 80uf / 500vac. 500vac means 500V Alternating Current. It is not DC, AC is no polarity.
I see more bigger capacitors from EYUDA. I think bigger case can load more heavy and thick materials, and quality is better than small case.


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