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Capacitor - 630V, Metal Film, Tubular

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SKU: C-T-630V
Item ID: 004959
Starting at: $0.44
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Termination Style
Axial Leads

± 10% tolerance. Non-inductive self healing windings. Polyester film axial lead capacitor. 630 Volts.

Capacitance SKU Original Part Number
.001 µF C-TD001-630 102K630V
.0022 µF C-TD0022-630 222K630V
.0047 µF C-TD0047-630 472K630V
.0068 µF C-TD0068-630 682K630V
.01 µF C-TD01-630 103K630V
.015 µF C-TD015-630 153K630V
.022 µF C-TD022-630 223K630V
.033 µF C-TD033-630 333K630V
.047 µF C-TD047-630 473K630V
.068 µF C-TD068-630 683K630V
.1 µF C-TD1-630 104K630V
.15 µF C-TD15-630 154K630V
.22 µF C-TD22-630 224K630V
.33 µF C-TD33-630 334K630V
.47 µF C-TD47-630 474K630V
.68 µF C-TD68-630 684K630V
1 µF C-T1-630 105K630V
1.5 µF C-T1D5-630 155K630V
Part Numbers
Capacitance - µFOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
.001 µFC-TD001-630
.0022 µFC-TD0022-630841358103964
.0033 µFC-TD0033-630
.0047 µFC-TD0047-630
.0068 µFC-TD0068-630
.01 µFC-TD01-630841358103995
.015 µFC-TD015-630841358103889
.022 µFC-TD022-630841358104077
.033 µFC-TD033-630
.047 µFC-TD047-630
.1 µFC-TD1-630
.068 µFC-TD068-630
.22 µFC-TD22-630
.33 µFC-TD33-630
.15 µFC-TD15-630
.47 µFC-TD47-630
.68 µFC-TD68-630609722163910
1 µFC-T1-630609722163880
1.5 µFC-T1D5-630609722163897

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Product Reviews

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I have been using these yellow mylar axial lead film caps for years with no problems.

- July 25th, 2019
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All caps measured to a very very tight Spec. Well within a few pf. I was pleasantly surprised !

- July 1st, 2019
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5 out of 5

All caps measured to a very very tight Spec. Well within a few pf. I was pleasantly surprised !

- July 1st, 2019
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5 out of 5

I have been using these for years and always found them to perform very well and right on specified value. The only caution with this type of capacitor is to be careful not to accidentally contact capacitor body with soldering iron, since capacitor will melt and possibly become shorted. Most of the dipped radial capacitor types (e.g. "Orange Drop") cannot be damaged in this way, but very often these axial capacitors are more suitable in many projects.

- June 20th, 2019
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5 out of 5

I use these to replace the old wax&Paper capacitors in vacuum tube based electronics. They work well and are smaller than the old parts that they replace. As part of my routine, I test the capacitance values and for any leakage current. These parts are always within tolerance and have undetectable electrical leakage currents.

- June 15th, 2019
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5 out of 5

Quality metal film caps and a great value selection in stock at a good price.

- April 28th, 2019
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5 out of 5

I needed some .5uF 600V caps for replacement in Supreme 504-A tube testers and these .47uF 630V capacitors did the job.

- February 13th, 2019
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5 out of 5

This was exactly what I needed and the radio works like brand new.

- November 18th, 2018
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5 out of 5

Great capacitors. I use these frequently in my antique radio restorations. They come in a wider range of values than other types. They are physically "bulkier" but this may be an advantage if you want to restuff capacitor tubes in antique radios as they are closer in size to original parts and the leads are both thicker and longer than most other poly caps. Have yet to see one fail.

- June 17th, 2018
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5 out of 5

rehabbed rusty old Atwater Kent model 42.Heated power supply in oven,use wallboard screws threaded into capacitor assembly to extract from sticky goo.Be careful not to damage audio choke placed next to capacitor assembly. Next used tiepoints and Sprague electrolytics from TubesNMore mounted on piece of sheetmetal to replace potted factory capacitor assembly. Used metal film capacitors to retrofit bypass caps on radio chassis. Radio works great. probably better than in 1928. Have used Sprague electrolytics and Orange drops for 40 years and no problems. Glad they are still available.

- February 15th, 2017

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