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Capacitor - Illinois, 500V, 22µF, Axial Lead Electrolytic

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SKU: C-ET22-500-IL
Item ID: 001564
Price: $3.95
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Axial Leads

Illinois Capacitor Inc. high quality low leakage axial lead electrolytic capacitor

  • 22uF/500V
  • Rated for 85° C operation
  • Tolerance: -20%, +50%
  • Measures 0.64" dia. x 1.53" length
UPC/EAN: 609722144506

RoHS Compliant

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Product Reviews

4.83 out of 5 based on 6 reviews
5 out of 5

The Illinois 22uf electrolytics are my favorite low-cost capacitor; if they're good enough for Fender to use in their amps, they're fine with me! I have used these in many customer amps over the past few years, and had no issues.

- February 28th, 2016
5 out of 5

I used these for a replacement in my Fender Twin Reverb. I found them perfect for filtering errant AC in the DC supply. I would recommend them to anyone needing a good filter. You really don't need $20 Mallory's.

- October 23rd, 2015
5 out of 5

Nice product

- June 6th, 2015
5 out of 5

Works as described!

- February 20th, 2015
4 out of 5

These have a reputation for failing earlier than other filter caps. The metalized film is corrugated so they do handle ripple quite well, but the film is very thin and prone to shorting. Electrolytic capacitors are a general pain to deal with anyway. Good ones are hard to come by. You can definitely do better than IC, but you can also do a whole lot worse too. Lately IC's stuff has improved. Maybe they have a new QC person or a new OEM winder. They are NOT the same Illini company of old. No, I did not misspell that. Years ago they were Illini Capacitor. Many years ago. Some Magnatone stuff had old Illini caps in it when Magna & when Estey owned the company. (1930s-1960s)Everyone uses these IC caps now. Well, all the mass produced stuff uses IC anyway.

- February 11th, 2015
5 out of 5

Great cap at a great price!

- December 28th, 2014

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