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Capacitor - 400V, 716P Series, Polypropylene

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SKU: C-P-400V
Item ID: 004953
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High performance version of the popular 715P series. They are made from polypropylene film and foil with pure copper leads, making them ideal for high pulse current applications. Rated for 85 degrees celsius operation ± 5% tolerance. Straight radial leads, minimum 1.25" length.

This series is manufactured with polypropylene film and extended foil. Polypropylene has a very low dissipation factor, low dielectric absorption, and exhibits excellent capacitance stability. These characteristics combined with the direct connection of the lead wire to the extended foil electrode makes this series ideal for high current, high pulse applications.

This series has a pressed profile and, in addition, is designed with copper leads, thus adding to it's performance in high frequency, high pulse current applications.

Part Numbers
Capacitance - µFOur Part NumberUPC/EANSB Electronics Part Number
.0047 µFC-PD0047-400609722163552 Type 716P
.01 µFC-PD01-400 Type 716P
.022 µFC-PD022-400609722163569 Type 716P
.033 µFC-PD033-400609722163583 Type 716P
.047 µFC-PD047-400609722163606 Type 716P
.1 µFC-PD1-400609722163620 Type 716P
.22 µFC-PD22-400609722163637 Type 716P
.47 µFC-PD47-400609722163651 Type 716P

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5.00 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
5 out of 5

Perfect and exactly what I needed.
Fast delivery.
Highly recommended!

- September 17th, 2019
5 out of 5

For low voltage applications, these caps sound great!

- April 13th, 2016
5 out of 5

nice capacitors, tested great, would buy again

- December 20th, 2015
5 out of 5

Good, accurate capacitors.

- August 7th, 2014

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