Capacitor - CE, 40/40/40/40µF, 525VDC, Electrolytic, PC Mount

Capacitor - CE, 40/40/40/40µF, 525VDC, Electrolytic, PC Mount

CE Manufacturing
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$40.90
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CE Manufacturing USA Made Multi Section Can Capacitor. Reproduced To Exact Mallory Specs Using Original Mallory Machinery.

  • 40/40/40/40uF 525VDC.
  • FP / Twist Lock Style. PCB Mount.
  • -10%, +50% Tolerance, 55°C Temperature Rating.
  • 1-⅜" Dia. X 3-½" H.
SKU:
C-EC40X4-525-PC
Item ID:
040129
UPC/EAN:
841358101441
Brand:
CE Manufacturing
Capacitance:
Termination Style:
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Product Measurements by Type
Diameter1.375 in.
Item Height3.57 in.
Rated Voltage525 V
Section 1 Capacitance40 μF
Tab TypePC board mount
Temperature Rating55°C
Tolerance-10%, +50%
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions1.46 in. × 1.46 in. × 4 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.25 lbs.

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Asked by Anonymous on May 13th, 2018.
Matt H.
May 16th, 2018
Staff Member
You can use two of the four sections in this cap.

Product Reviews

4.17 out of 5 based on 6 reviews
- December 13th, 2020
5 out of 5

Fits perfectly in Ampeg B15N mounting bracket. Truly happy to have found that part. Thanks for keeping our oldies running!

- March 11th, 2019
4 out of 5

I previously gave this capacitor a 1 star review. I can't edit that old review so I'm writing a new one instead. I apologize to AES, the cap I received was not defective. The problem I had with my Audio Research D-76 amp was a bad zener diode causing this AES cap to arc and burn up a resistor. The original multi-section cap (475vdc) did not have any issues with the bad zener, but this cap (525vdc) could not handle it. Once I figured it out, the AES cap has performed well. So, while this isn't as robust as the original cap, it does work well.

- November 23rd, 2018
5 out of 5

If you are going to recap any Audio Research series 50-75-76 this is the hardest cap to find at a reasonable price. The cap is a "bolt in" replacement and works very well. Forming was not required, but I did soak it for about one hour at 500VDC.

- July 8th, 2017
5 out of 5

I bought this cap.to replace for C27(4x40μF/475V) of my AudioResearch D-51 Tube Amplifier.This capacitor fits fine to the D-51 main PC board and work well.

- July 7th, 2017
5 out of 5

I purchased two of these caps to replace the ones in my browning mark 3s and I have never had a problem i have used the radio every day for the past three months will be buying more in the future

- January 4th, 2017
1 out of 5

I bought this as a preemptive replacement for my Audio Research D-76 that uses a 40uF x 4 @ 475VDC pcb mounted can capacitor originally made by Cornell Dubilier that's now 42 years old. My tech, who's a 30 year veteran working with tube gear, did the installation. While applying voltage after installation, this new CE cap started arcing and burning up a 2 watt resistor. Tried it again after having to replace the resistor and it did the same thing. My original capacitor went back in and that works fine. So I have a defective CE cap and contact Antique Electronic Supply to get a replacement. The replacement did the same thing, it started arcing and burning up that resistor. I have to say that each section of this CE cap tested fine for capacitance. But I went through 2 of these and they both failed immediately. Perhaps there is not enough insulation between the plates internally(?). This CE cap is rated 50 volts higher than my original cap too. I hope Antique Electronic Supply figures out what went wrong during the initial production of this cap and can correct it in a future production run. Audio Research charges $250 for their replacement of my quad cap so that's out of the question for me. I'd rather not have to come up with a non drop-in replacement.