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Capacitor - F&T, 300V, 220µF, Electrolytic

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SKU: C-ET220-300-FT
Item ID: 001566
Price: $7.50
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Electrolytic F&T axial lead electrolytic capacitor

  • 220 uF/ 300V
  • .98" diameter x 1.96" length
  • Operating temperature range -40°C to 85°C
  • Made in Germany

Founded in 1948 by Heinz Fischer and Alfred Tausche, F&T Capacitors has over 60 years of experience in producing some of the finest capacitors available today. F&T Caps are known for their great tone and reliability

UPC/EAN: 609722127011

RoHS Compliant

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Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 6 reviews


L Tabor - February 10th, 2016


Whit - February 10th, 2016

Great caps, nice price !!! And those are not reformed like ARS

Bluefire_81 - November 5th, 2014

When I was ordered to repair diode rectifier guitar amps, I always go serial connection of a couple of this one as a +B capacitor input. Very reliable. Sounds great. Compact in a space.

Yasuhiro Tokuda - October 29th, 2014

Great capacitors! It was a perfect fit in the power supply that I was building. The value of the capacitors measured within 3%, which is amazing. The power supply is very quiet when powering a 6L6 single-ended amplifier, which is an improvement over the electrolytics that I replaced them with. This brand will be my number 1 choice in all future projects.

Rick Spencer - October 28th, 2014

Really Great

efliegel - August 8th, 2014

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