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Sprague Atom Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors

Item ID: 009305
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The best electrolytic money can buy. Minimum operating temperature: -20°C. Maximum operating temperature varies according to table:


Capacitance Our SKU Dimensions Max Temp
8µF - 150V C-SA8-150 0.38" D x 0.81" L 85°C
8uF - 450V C-SA8-450 0.50" D x 1.75" L 85°C
10uF - 150V C-SA10-150 0.38" D x 0.81" L 85°C
10uF - 500V C-SA10-500 0.75" D x 1.69" L 65°C
16uF - 475V C-SA16-475 0.88" D x 1.63" L 85°C
20uF - 500V C-SA20-500 0.88" D x 2.25" L 65°C
20uF - 600V C-SA20-600 1.00" D x 3.90" L 65°C
25uF - 25V C-SA25-25 0.25" D x 0.50" L 85°C
25uF - 50V C-SA25-50 0.25" D x 0.68" L 85°C
30uF - 500V C-SA30-500 0.63" D x 1.15" L 65°C
40uF - 500V C-SA40-500 1.00" D x 2.38" L 65°C
50uF - 50V C-SA50-50 0.31" D x 0.81" L 85°C
80uF - 450V C-SA80-450 1.00" D x 2.63" L 85°C
100uF - 100V C-SA100-100 0.44" D x 1.50" L 85°C
100uF- 350V C-SA100-350 1.00" D x 2.63" L 85°C
100uF - 450V C-SA100-450 1.25" D x 3.12" L 85°C
250uF - 25V C-SA250-25 0.38" D x 0.94" L 85°C
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4.92 out of 5 based on 39 reviews



Another key to the great sound I get from my Hammond Organ. Always use the best to get the best sound!

Anonymous - April 13th, 2016

I am doing a restoration of a 1962 Fender Bandmaster which had never been cracked open.
I replaced the electrolytics with Sprague Atoms and replaced all the tubes. This amp has gone from a noisy static filled sound to an amazing warm clean solid tone and the tremolo is fantastic completely unbeatable.

John Vannus - April 12th, 2016

These are always a great replacement for Fender tube amps.

Allan B - April 5th, 2016

Not cheap, but if you have something made by Fender for guitar & bass or Halligan for ham radio, why cut corners? These are top tier! I still have a few old Orange Sprague atoms in my parts boxes but anything over 350 volts has long since been used up. These are THE OEM cap of Vintage Fender. If I don't want to spend this much, I will use F&T. I am not a huge fan of IC caps, among others. - February 18th, 2016

Great caps

L tabor - February 10th, 2016

Bought two, 20mfd 600v caps, to replace original Sprague caps in my Hallicrafters HT-37 transmitter. Not cheap, but worth the money. Very happy!

Paul Mobley - December 20th, 2015

I purchased the Sprague Atom Electrolytic Cap kit for my '66 Band Master, and was shocked (no pun intended) by the performance. When your amp degrades over the years it goes unnoticed until you just don't like it anymore. Incredible tone now! Right back to my favorite amp.

Dick'sTV - December 13th, 2015

This 4 section can electrolytic was the perfect solution for the old Ampeg Reverberocket amp I was overhauling. It had same values but upped the voltage (great) and fit same hole. Looked great. Worked perfect. They didn't leave any wasted space in those old Ampegs so cramming 4 different caps inside would've been nearly impossible. Great item.

Eb2 - December 4th, 2015

I have grown to love Sprague Atoms for usage in the Power Supply/Filter section.

allen.gordon - November 27th, 2015

My preference for capacitors has always been Sprague for many years. Their construction seems stronger, appearance more attractive, and they do the job best for audio circuits for great tone. I have never had one fail in any of the many guitar amps I have built or repaired in 50 plus years.

Jerry Marcum - November 16th, 2015


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