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Andre Majorel
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Thu Aug 28, 2014 4:28 pm   



Parallelepipedic film cap, pale yellow, lead pitch .4", made in
the early nineties :

http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/xtramix/f/film_caps.jpg

100 nF 5% 160 V presumably. But which dieletric ? PP ? PET ?
Metallised film or film-foil ?

I may have to replace them. One of them is quite microphonic.
There is crackling in one channel and this might be the culprit.

Thanks in advance.

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Andre Majorel
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Thu Aug 28, 2014 10:55 pm   



On 2014-08-28, Tilmann Reh <usenet2007nospam_at_autometer.de> wrote:
Quote:
Andre Majorel schrieb:

Parallelepipedic film cap, pale yellow, lead pitch .4", made in
the early nineties :

http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/xtramix/f/film_caps.jpg

100 nF 5% 160 V presumably. But which dieletric ? PP ? PET ?
Metallised film or film-foil ?

Appearance, color and typeface look like from Arcotronics (meanwhile
bought by Kemet). The "J" character indeed specifies 5% tolerance.

Maybe you look at the Kemet datasheets to find one matching your specs
in this particular case size. Take care - case colors were changed
several years ago, so don't try too hard to find a color match.


The Arcotronics/Kemet R60IF3100AA6AJ has the same appearance and
dimensions.

http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/R60IF3100AA6AJ/399-9675-ND/3724670

Stacked metallised polyester, 100 nF 5% 160 VAC. Thanks, you and
Alf just saved me hours of searching.

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André Majorel http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/
Endless variations make it all seem new
Can you recognise the patterns that you find ?

Tilmann Reh
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Thu Aug 28, 2014 11:25 pm   



Andre Majorel schrieb:

Quote:
Parallelepipedic film cap, pale yellow, lead pitch .4", made in
the early nineties :

http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/xtramix/f/film_caps.jpg

100 nF 5% 160 V presumably. But which dieletric ? PP ? PET ?
Metallised film or film-foil ?


Appearance, color and typeface look like from Arcotronics (meanwhile
bought by Kemet). The "J" character indeed specifies 5% tolerance.

Maybe you look at the Kemet datasheets to find one matching your specs
in this particular case size. Take care - case colors were changed
several years ago, so don't try too hard to find a color match.

HTH, Tilmann

Alf.
Guest

Fri Aug 29, 2014 1:37 am   



Look like 100nF 5% 160V MKT capacitor.


"Andre Majorel" <cheney_at_halliburton.com> escribió en el mensaje
news:slrnlvuf4d.30o.cheney_at_atc5.vermine.org...
Quote:
Parallelepipedic film cap, pale yellow, lead pitch .4", made in
the early nineties :

http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/xtramix/f/film_caps.jpg

100 nF 5% 160 V presumably. But which dieletric ? PP ? PET ?
Metallised film or film-foil ?

I may have to replace them. One of them is quite microphonic.
There is crackling in one channel and this might be the culprit.

Thanks in advance.

--
André Majorel http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/
Endless variations make it all seem new
Can you recognise the patterns that you find ?


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