Capacitor - Mallory, 630V, 150s, Axial Lead
Starting at: $0.81
- .001 µF
- Tubular metalized polyester film construction
- ±10% tolerance
- Axial leads
- Non-Inductive, Self Healing
Please Note: Color of capacitor may vary from one production run to another.
|Capacitance||Diameter x Length|
|.001 μF||.20" x .58"|
|.0022 μF||.18" x .52"|
|.0047 μF||.23" x .52"|
|.01 μF||.24" x .65"|
|.022 μF||.28" x .65"|
|.047 μF||.32" x .81"|
|.1 μF||.34" x 1.10"|
|.22 μF||.45" x .1.10"|
|.47 μF||.59" x 1.30"|
|Capacitance - µF||Our Part Number||UPC/EAN|
|Damp Heat Test||95% RH @ +45 ºC for 21 days|
|Diameter||.001 µF version||0.18 in.|
|.0022 µF version||0.18 in.|
|.0047 µF version||0.22 in.|
|.01 µF version||0.17 in.|
|.022 µF version||0.22 in.|
|.047 µF version||0.28 in.|
|.1 µF version||0.31 in.|
|.22 µF version||0.42 in.|
|.47 µF version||0.51 in.|
|Dielectric Withstand Voltage||1.6 × rated voltage for 2 s @ 25°C ±5°C|
|Dissipation Factor||tgδ × 10-4 @ 25°C ±5°C|
|Insulation Resistance||≥ -30,000 MΩ, 10,000 MΩ × µF typical|
|Item Length||.001 µF version||0.51 in.|
|.0022 µF version||0.5 in.|
|.0047 µF version||0.51 in.|
|.01 µF version||0.63 in.|
|.022 µF version||0.61 in.|
|.047 µF version||0.74 in.|
|.1 µF version||1.03 in.|
|.22 µF version||1.04 in.|
|.47 µF version||1.22 in.|
|Life Test||1,000 hrs @ 85 ºC 1.25 × Vn|
|Long Term Storage Stability||ΔC/C ≤ ±3% after 2 years|
|Rated Voltage||630 V|
|Soldering||260ºC ±5ºC for 10 s ±1 s|
|Temperature Rating||-55°C to 125°C|
|Packaging Dimensions||.001 µF version||1.4 in. × 0.3 in. × 0.3 in.|
|.0022 µF version||1.5 in. × 0.5 in. × 0.3 in.|
|.0047 µF version||1.6 in. × 0.5 in. × 0.3 in.|
|.01 µF version||1.6 in. × 0.3 in. × 0.3 in.|
|.022 µF version||1.8 in. × 0.3 in. × 0.3 in.|
|.047 µF version||1.8 in. × 0.4 in. × 0.4 in.|
|.1 µF version||1.8 in. × 0.4 in. × 0.4 in.|
|.22 µF version||1.8 in. × 0.5 in. × 0.5 in.|
|.47 µF version||2.3 in. × 0.6 in. × 0.6 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||.001 µF version||0.001 lbs.|
|.0022 µF version||0.001 lbs.|
|.0047 µF version||0.001 lbs.|
|.01 µF version||0.001 lbs.|
|.022 µF version||0.002 lbs.|
|.047 µF version||0.003 lbs.|
|.1 µF version||0.004 lbs.|
|.22 µF version||0.008 lbs.|
|.47 µF version||0.016 lbs.|
|Specification Sheet||All Models|
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1 answers Where are these manufactured? Thanks.
Asked by Anonymous on January 5th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
Hi, these are made in China.
1 answers Hi this is Frank I am new to the capacitor game I into the hobby of working on old 16mm amplifiers projectors. Inside are the old paper and beeswax capacitor these capacitors have black rings on one side showing polarity that go to ground in some cases. you sell Mallory and the orange drop capacitor how do I determined what is the ground side of these style capacitor so I can put these in the right polarity.
Asked by Anonymous on July 13th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
The Mallory and orange drop caps are non-polarized and can go in either direction.
1 answers Would these be a good choice for guitar/bass tone controls?
Asked by Anonymous on December 8th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
These will work and are an alternative to the more common orange drops.
1 answers I have several Mallory 150 series caps of the same capacitance, but some have 630VDC CN printed on them, some 630VDC LN and some 630VDC GN. What is the significance of the CN, LN or GN? Thanks
Asked by DavidC77 on April 14th, 2018. 1 person subscribed to this question
These codes are for internal operations at Mallory and often indicate how they are packaged when shipping and other information that has no influence on the performance or construction of the caps.
1 answers I have a capacitor (I believe) marked with 4 lines. 150M,.22/5 630V. 88 37 it is between the incoming wires on a 4 way flashing traffic light. Is this what I need? It no longer flashes but stays on. Thanks for your time.
Asked by Anonymous on August 6th, 2018. 1 person subscribed to this question
The markings described on your capacitor appear to match the markings on the caps in question. We can not verify with %100 certainty, but it appears that these are the caps that you would need. If you need further verification, we advise consulting a professional repair tech.
1 answers What's the difference between 150 and 150M?
Asked by Anonymous on March 16th, 2019. 1 person subscribed to this question
We only carry the 150 series, but they do have an "M" after the 150 on the cap itself. We believe this to be the Mallory branding and is not a different series to the 150s to our knowledge.
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