Posted: Thu Apr 19, 2018 6:03 am Post subject: 100K capacitor = 100pf?
I'm replacing ceramic disc caps in an 80's amplifier and I pulled 5 that had CGE 100K markings. They all measured 100pF. According to the Internet 100K is suppose to be 10pF. They are 10mm wide and thats kind of big for a 10pF. It only has to deal with 15v from the regulator. All the other ceramics of different values measured correctly according to the markings. Could these capacitors drifted that far in 30 years? The capacitors are CGE ceramic discs with epoxy coating?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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