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Want to buy a Capacitor 50mm x 35mm 390 uF 400 volts DC

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Look in the yellow pages under electronics supplies wholesale.
that is a big capacitor. you may have to parallel 4 100uf @450 volts to make that value.

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If a filter cap value will be marked right on side: like 220 uf 16vdc which is 220 microfarad at 16 volts dc--

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Links to schematic? and What does this solid capacitor equate to in value.. First line...68, second line ..35K? How do you read this? Is K tolerace? is 68pf or uf? or is it a code?


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The 68 represents the capacitance of the capacitor, if it says 68 uf this is microfarads if it says pf then its means 68 picofarads. The K represents the DC working voltage limit, Then K means thousands so the working voltage limit for this capacitor is 35 thousand Volts.

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