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Philips 341 series Capacitor Moulded Polycarbonate These molded capacitors were available in the following working voltages: 100 Vdc 250 Vdc 400 Vdc 630 Vdc 1000 Vdc 1600 Vdc Capacitance ranged from 0.001uF to 6,8uF Check the datasheets for more info
The Famous tropical fish capacitors from Philips, also known as 342 / 352 series or F.F.C. caps.These are Metalized film or PETP capacitors and are used a lot in audio applications like crossover filters, guitar effect pedals, etc.PETP stands for polyethylene terephthalate film
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Introducing the Mullard Mustard Capacitor - a legendary component with a rich history and unparalleled performance. With its distinctive mustard color and exceptional electrical characteristics, the Mullard Mustard Capacitor has earned a reputation as a top choice for audiophiles, vintage electronics enthusiasts, and professionals alike. These Philips...
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Philips 344 series Capacitor Moulded Polycarbonate (Nuggets) These molded polycarbonate capacitors were available in the following working voltages: 63 Vdc 125 Vdc 250 Vdc 400 Vdc 630 Vdc Capacitance ranged from 0.01uF to 10uF Check the datasheets for more info
In the fast-paced world of technology, where cutting-edge gadgets dominate the market, it's easy to overlook the beauty and charm of vintage and obsolete electronic components. These hidden gems from the past hold a certain allure, evoking memories of a bygone era. At Electronic Parts Outlet, we believe in preserving the legacy of these components, and in this blog post, we invite you to join us on a journey to rediscover the nostalgia of vintage electronics.Read more
Quartz crystals are used as a frequency standard in many vintage (military) radios, spy radio sets, covert radios, and even in modern computers. Over the years, a wide variety of crystals, with varying specifications and enclosures, have been made. As the name of the shape of the crystal enclosure is sometimes very confusing, we have listed the most popular ones on this page.Read more