Re: [HARC] Capacitor needed
- What form factor do you need? I have a Sprague Orange drop cap , .1 mfd @400 vDC, and another (probably also Mylar) .1 MFD @ 600 WVDC. They are about an inch long by 1/2 inch thick, cylindrical form with axial leads. You can have them if you need them.
They are removed from surplus equipment circa 1970's, but they bridge out OK.
73, Ernie, W8EL
radioboy1950 <radioboy1950@...> wrote:
Ok all you old timer hams...Fuzzy needs a .2 microfarad 200 volt dc
capacitor for an antique radio repair. I could use the outfit in
Arizona, but they require a $10 minimum, and I don't need anything
else from them at this time. Oh, a newer one is better. Paper is out
of the question.
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