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grahamb 16th September 2009 11:30 PM

motor run caps
 
Anyone know of a uk supplier of oil filled polypropolene motor run caps?

regards grahamb

lowtherdream 17th September 2009 02:18 AM

http://www.maplin.co.uk/module.aspx?moduleno=30309
http://www.discountelectronicsstore....ors/motor-run/
http://www.vtm.co.uk/index.html (they carry Aerovox)
http://www.aerovox.com/products/shop...categories.asp

I'm not from the UK... just trying to help :)

andyjevans 17th September 2009 08:08 PM

I'd buy direct from LCR if you can deal with the minimum quantity - from memory it's about £100 but it's a lot cheaper buying direct.

http://www.lcrcapacitors.co.uk/

Matt BH 17th September 2009 11:14 PM

Check RS. If you type RSwww into your search engine you will find them. I would give you a link direct to an apropriate page but I am currently on less than dial up (20K ouch). Not my network some particularly annoying virus.
Also try your local electrical factors. Mine is Rifina and they stock a good range of motor caps at good prices. Dont bother with CEF they are hopeless, I am forced to use them as we have an account. I have trouble getting something as mundane as a 6mm bolt sometimes.
Anyway most electrical wholesalers stock motor type caps.
Cheers Matt.


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