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Need help. What is the .1k in nf?

Caveman1964

New Member
It’s a polyester capacitor, old one. Not sure what this .1k is. I have these capacitors in nf. What is the conversion in nf?
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JimB

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Welcome to ETO.

The capacitor is written .1K

The K is upper case so is probably intended to represent 10% tolerance.

The .1 is probably 0.1uF, which is equivalent to 100nF.

So I guess that it is a 100nF 10% capacitor.

JimB
 

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