|[AMRadio] capacitor found|
jtml at losalamos.com
Thu May 24 01:49:17 EDT 2007
I have a Cornell Dublier mica cap which matches your description. It is marked Type 9 FLS, 0.0001 uF, 3kV WV, 6 kV Test Voltage. Would that work?
> Date: Wed, 23 May 2007 18:30:05 -0500
> From: "Rick Brashear" <rickbras at airmail.net>
> Subject: [AMRadio] Last Plea for Capacitor
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> Okay guys... I have run full circle with this A2 L mica capacitor. For
> those who may have missed the first go around, I am looking for a .0001 mfd
> at 2500 wvdc capacitor. It must be a Type A2 L, which is a mica
> transmitting capacitor. It is about 1.75 inches long by 1.25 inches wide
> and a little under .5 inch thick. It has tapered ends and screw type
> terminals for the mount and connections. They are still being manufactured,
> but the price of one new unit is unbelievably high. I could possibly get by
> with a .00015 or .0002, but would really like to stick with this value. It
> can be the thicker version which handles more current, but all other
> dimensions must be as stated. Any help locating this will be greatly
> appreciated. I am offering cold, hard cash money!
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