NEW PRODUCTS – Electrolytic Capactitors – Packs of 10 – 220uF 16V / 100uF 16V / 47uF 25V / 10uF 50V

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NEW PRODUCTS – Electrolytic Capactitors – Packs of 10 – 220uF 16V / 100uF 16V / 47uF 25V / 10uF 50V


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220uF 16V Electrolytic Capacitors – Pack of 10

We like capacitors so much we made a kids show about them. They’re super handy and it’s really helpful to have a variety lying around to pick and choose from.

This is a 10 pack of 220uF 10v capacitors so they can be used with any DC voltage up to 10V. They have a tolerance of ±20% and long flexible pins that make them great for perf or breadboards. Remember that electrolytic capacitors are good for low frequency filtering (~1KHz or less), for higher frequency, pair up with a ceramic capacitor

We use these capacitors in our own kits and they’re great quality. They’re so useful we’re selling them in packs of 10. Each has nice clear labelling on the body as well in case you have a capacitor mix up.

In stock and shipping now!

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100uF 16V Electrolytic Capacitors – Pack of 10

We like capacitors so much we made a kids show about them. They’re super handy and it’s really helpful to have a variety lying around to pick and choose from.

This is a 10 pack of 100uF 16v capacitors so they can be used with any DC voltage up to 16V. They have a tolerance of ±20% and long flexible pins that make them great for perf or breadboards. Remember that electrolytic capacitors are good for low frequency filtering (~1KHz or less), for higher frequency, pair up with a ceramic capacitor

We use these capacitors in our own kits and they’re great quality. They’re so useful we’re selling them in packs of 10. Each has nice clear labelling on the body as well in case you have a capacitor mix up.

In stock and shipping now!

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47uF 25V Electrolytic Capacitors – Pack of 10

We like capacitors so much we made a kids show about them. They’re super handy and it’s really helpful to have a variety lying around to pick and choose from.

This is a 10 pack of 47uF 25v capacitors, so they can be used with any DC voltage up to 25V. They have a tolerance of ±20% and long flexible pins that make them great for perf or breadboards. Remember that electrolytic capacitors are good for low frequency filtering (~1KHz or less), for higher frequency, pair up with a ceramic capacitor

We use these capacitors in our own kits and they’re great quality. They’re so useful we’re selling them in packs of 10. Each has nice clear labelling on the body as well in case you have a capacitor mix up.

In stock and shipping now!

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10uF 50V Electrolytic Capacitors – Pack of 10

We like capacitors so much we made a kids show about them. They’re super handy and it’s really helpful to have a variety lying around to pick and choose from.

This is a 10 pack of 10uF 50v capacitors, so they can be used with any DC voltage up to 50V. They have a tolerance of ±20% and long flexible pins that make them great for perf or breadboards. Remember that electrolytic capacitors are good for low frequency filtering (~1KHz or less), for higher frequency, pair up with a ceramic capacitor

We use these capacitors in our own kits and they’re great quality. They’re so useful we’re selling them in packs of 10. Each has nice clear labelling on the body as well in case you have a capacitor mix up.

In stock and shipping now!


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