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    Electrolytic Non-Polarized Cap | 100 µF | 10% | 100V

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    Product description

    Highlights

    • 100 microfarad value
    • 18 mm diameter x 38 mm long
    • 5% dissipation factor and 100 VDC working voltage
    • ±10% tolerance

     

    Product details

    Electrolytic Non-Polarized Cap | 100 µF | 10% | 100V

     

    Electrolytic non-polarized (bi-polar) capacitors are perfect low-cost solutions for use in passive speaker crossovers. These capacitors feature axial leads, a 5% dissipation factor, and are rated at a 100 VDC working voltage which equates to approximately 200 watts power handling. Sold individually.

     

    Specifications: Value: 100 µF • Rated: 100 VDC • Tolerance: ±10% • Dissipation Factor: Max 0.5 (5%) @ 1 KHz • Dimensions: 18 mm Dia. x 38 mm L.

    Specifications

    Article number
    027-360
    Capacitance (µF)
    100 µF
    Voltage Rating
    100V
    Tolerance
    10%
    Dimensions: Ø * L (mm)
    18 x 38
    Termination Style
    Axial

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    Good product, of excellent quality SoundImports has only quality products.
    By Stefano S. on 8 September 2020

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