100nF is equal to what in pF?
No.so micro is .1uF right?
Sorry, I misunderstood your explanation. You said some old schematics use mF rather than µF, I didn't realise you meant they used mF to *mean* microfarads.As I've said, old schematics use mF to denote micro-Farads.
Thanks for the clarification Boncuk.Boncuk said:Some countries don't have the "µ" in their alphabet. So mF and µF could be mixed up easily.