Capacitor - JJ Electronics, 500V, 50/50µF, Electrolytic

Capacitor - JJ Electronics, 500V, 50/50µF, Electrolytic

JJ Electronics
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$10.50
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Same diameter as LCR. Great for use in Marshall amplifiers. 1-⅜" diameter x 2" tall. S-H122 is a good mounting clamp for this can

SKU:
C-EC50-50-500
Item ID:
001527
UPC/EAN:
609722151528
JJ Electronics Part Number:
Type TC 529
Brand:
JJ Electronics
Capacitance:
Termination Style:
Voltage Rating:
RoHS Compliant
Product Measurements by Type
A.C. Current (Iac)200 + 200 mA
Diameter1.375 in.
Item Height2 in.
Rated Voltage500 V
Section 1 Capacitance50 μF
Section 2 Capacitance50 μF
Tab Typesolder tabs
Tan δ, maximum @ 100 Hz, 20°C0.20
Temperature Rating-25°C to 70°C
Tolerance-10%, +30%
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions2.5 in. × 1.4 in. × 1.4 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.104 lbs.

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Product Reviews

4.76 out of 5 based on 17 reviews
Adam Turner - July 14th, 2022
5 out of 5

Bought to replace the can-cap that feeds the preamp/phase splitter of an Ampeg B25B and it fit the bill perfectly. It looks to the be the same diameter as the original but I just secured it inside the chassis and re-routed the leads.

I don't doubt the reviewer below, but FWIW I had no trouble getting solder to stick.

pyongtukhol.com - December 17th, 2021
5 out of 5

it was good working

Anonymous - April 10th, 2021
1 out of 5

The terminals on these caps are coated with something - could not get solder to stick to them even with plenty of heat and flux. I had to file the coating off of each terminal, to get solder to flow onto them.

Gerry O'Hara - February 23rd, 2021
5 out of 5

Used lots of these in a wide variety of radios and amplifiers over several years - no problems so far.

Mark M. - April 15th, 2020
5 out of 5

Used these in several amps now, a 1982 Marshall Model 2000 (which took 8 of them) plus a 80's Laney AOR50, and a !974 Orange OR120 to replace its two 100uf can caps. all had great results so far and sound better than they ever did, although I don't know how much caps in the power supply actually effect tone, except they all seem to have a bit more balls!

Dave McLain - July 19th, 2019
5 out of 5

I've used these capacitors on some fresh builds and also for repair/freshening work on old Marshall amps. While they are physically smaller(shorter) than the Daly or LCR clamp mount capacitors they seem to work just as well and so far for me they have been very reliable. Their black color can also be an asset when they are used where they will be seen such as in an hifi amp.

Recommended.

Alan Merritt - May 9th, 2019
5 out of 5

Installed easilly and working great

Beardo - January 3rd, 2019
5 out of 5

Worked amazing — clean work when you can use cans ...

David Fauver - March 17th, 2016
5 out of 5

Have used quite a few of these , and never a problem. Good Marshall replacement , or for scratch build too.

Jason Thorpe - December 5th, 2015
5 out of 5

These JJ can caps are my go-to item for amp builds. I've used the 50+50 in a restoration of a Magnavox console amp, the 100+100 in a scratch-build of the same Magnavox circuit with a solid-state rectifier, and 2x of the 350 in a guitar amp with a voltage-doubler in the power supply. They always test right on spec, look great, and are a superb value.