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Need help identifying a few capacitors.

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Nostrafus

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Aiight this is a branch off of a previous thread, see I picked up a bundle of capacitors from radio shack, but I didn't look close enough when I got them, so when I busted them open I found out I couldn't find the µf/pf of any of them.

All of these are Ceramic Disc Capacitors

If anyone can help or has figured out their capacitance, please assist.

Here's the list, may be long, I gotta sort through 100 capacitors.

Color: Orange
Markings:
KCK
.01Z
Z5U

Color: Orange
Markings:
Z5U
502
KCK

Color: Orange
Markings:
561

Color: Red
Markings:
MDC
560 10%
M3300 FR
1KV

Color: Brown
Markings:
22J
CO

Color: Orange
Markings:
N
15J

Color: Orange
Markings:
KCK
.01M
Z5U
 

Sebi

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Color: Orange
Markings:
KCK
.01Z 10nF
Z5U

Color: Orange
Markings:
Z5U
502 5nF
KCK

Color: Orange
Markings:
561 560pF

Color: Red
Markings:
MDC
560 10% 560pF
M3300 FR
1KV

Color: Brown
Markings:
22J 22pF
CO

Color: Orange
Markings:
N
15J 15pF

Color: Orange
Markings:
KCK
.01M 10nF
Z5U[/quote]
 

eyevancsu

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Sebi,

on your 3rd and 4th answers you said that 560 is 560pf and 561 is 560pf. i thought that the last number is the multiplier for zeros, and figured that 560 merely meant 56pf, i am no expert or even intermediate at cap labeling so i might be wrong. any help appreciated.

regards,

ivan
 

Sebi

Active Member
Yes, Ivan possible. This is only my impression (or expert?) when the tolerance is numbered (10%) the value also direct numbered... Better when measured...
 
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