Capacitor - CE Mfg., 33µ[email protected], 47µ[email protected], 22µ[email protected]

Capacitor - CE Mfg., 33µ[email protected], 47µ[email protected], 22µ[email protected]

CE Manufacturing
Capacitor - CE Mfg., 33µF@160V, 47µF@160V, 22µF@25V image 1
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Customer image:<br/>"Triple Capacitor used to rebuild power supply for this 1938 Stewart-Warner radio"
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CE Manufacturing multi-section electrolytic "Firecracker" style capacitor (modern polarized electrolytic caps in a tube for a vintage look). 33/47 µF @ 160 VDC & 22 µF ±20% @ 25 VDC. ⅞" diameter x 2-¾" length. Includes zip-tie and mount square. Great for antique radio restoration. Four wires (Blue, Red, Orange, Black):

  • Blue to Black = 33 µF
  • Red to Black = 47 µF
  • Orange to Black = 22 µF
RoHS Compliant
SKU:
C-ER33-47-22
Item ID:
005302
UPC/EAN:
609722151627
Brand:
CE Manufacturing
Capacitance:
Termination Style:
Voltage Rating:
Product Measurements by Type
Diameter0.86 in.
Item Height2.75 in.
Section 1 Capacitance33 μF
Section 1 Rated Voltage160 V
Section 2 Capacitance47 μF
Section 2 Rated Voltage160 V
Section 3 Capacitance22 μF
Section 3 Rated Voltage25 V
Tolerance± 20%
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions5.8 in. × 1.5 in. × 1 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.094 lbs.

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Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
- June 22nd, 2020
5 out of 5

Perfect replacement for the electrolytic filter cap in many old radios. This one went into a 1949 Philco Transitone.

- August 15th, 2019
5 out of 5

Convenient capacitor package for those AA5 sets with a cramped chassis.

- June 28th, 2016
5 out of 5

Installed this capacitor in an old Admiral tube radio with a loud hum. The hum is gone and the radio sounds great. Inexpensive way to get an old radio working again!

- March 3rd, 2016
5 out of 5

Replaced the original electrolytic in my 60 year old Allied Radio Knight Kit Ocean Hopper while restoring it. I'm so excited. It sounded like a brand new one! Thanks so much.