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Philips Car 400 Code Calculator Rar


If a capacitor is f.ex. marked 2A474J, the capacitance is decoded as described above, the two first signs is the voltage rating and can be decoded from table 2 here below. 2A is 100VDC rating according to the EIA standard.

470 is the code for 47pF, you need a code 471 for a 470pF capacitor. Disc capacitors are usually ceramic and for a 5 mm wide capacitor, 500V rating sounds reasonable, but do check manufacturers datasheet to be sure.

Greetings Mr. Barnkob,I am replacing a compromised capacitor on my computer motherboard. I have included a photo of another identical one that is on the same motherboard. My question is about the value of the capacitor. From my understanding I interpret the value codes as being 16 volts and 270 picofarads (pF). My local expert tells me that it is 270 microfarads (uF).Thank you very much for your time.

With a 16 V rating 270 uF sounds reasonable for the size of it. What the manufacturer did was reset the normal capacitance rating code to start at 1 uF. so 270 would be 27 uF and in your case 271 is 270 uF.

SMD components can be a real pain to identify alone from the markings, as they often invent their own new scales using old codes. You need to either measure them or see where in the circuit they are located and if the value on them would make sense in regard to the old capacitor codes.

To learn how to read the capacitors, you just have to see a lot of them, check out their datasheet from the manufacturer and then at some point you can easily read the different marking systems. One of the problems with SMD components is the lack of a marking standard, but most will always have capacitance and voltage rating + a manufacturer code or series number. Then just rule out what could be what. 5N is not really related to anything, 10 alone as a number is known from film capacitors where you just write the capacitance in uF in a plain number and if a number ends with V, its usually the voltage rating.

I am trying to replace a .47 MFD capacitor at 250wv, and have found a color coded capacitor, with the color bands being: 1 yellow, 2 violet, 3 yellow, 4 white, and 5 red a little space further apart from the rest. Is this the correct replacement to the .47 MFD at 250 wv, capicator. Thank you Eric mootz

According to then that is a 0.047 uF capacitor with the colour codes you described.As it is only old capacitors that use this coding, where on modern capacitors it is written in plain text, I would recommend to find a new and more modern capacitor than such old ones.

It is a 0.047 nF capacitor, but the voltage code 2N is not a official EIA voltage code. So it could be somewhere between 100 VDC and 1000 VDC. You have to check some other component markings that sits around it as the part of the same circuit and see what their voltage rating is to find a proper one.

But given the low capacitance, it could be 1000 VDC rated. Or even higher if it part of the high voltage supply for the back light. But EIC code says that voltage ratings above 1000 VDC starts with 3 and not 2.

Hi please, can someone help me find something to replace this 470nj Capa UK supplier would be good as in a rush, it says 470nJ on the cap is this a code or does it mean the same as 0.47uF? presume 63v is the voltage rating.

I am looking for a 106mic 500 volt orange capppy. It looks like it was filled with alluminium. Looking at you code I think it is 2H 106M.Is this correct and where can I find one in Australia. Thank.

Hello. First of all, thank you for all this valuable information explained excellent and simple so that people with no knowledge about electronics would understand easily.I have this capacitor code (code line 1) = MPE 685K 2E / (line 2= 4 05 03060 S), which i am trying to identify.According to your information this would be a metal film polyester capacitor (MPE) , rated at 250 VDC (code 2E) and at 680,000 pF (or 6,8 uF) at 10% tolerance (code 685K). Is this correct ?Thank you in advance for your answer.

Dear Mads,Thank you so much for your immediate reply. The capacitor is 23 mm wide and approx. 9mm thick, as shown in the photo, and it is on an YSUS board in a plasma TV. So, what do you think? Did i read the code correctly, acc. to your tables?Thanks again.Kind Regards,Evan

I am having trouble understanding the code printed on the capacitor shown in the attached photo. I presume the capicitor is a metalized polyester film capacitor? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Could you please upload a picture of the capacitor in question? I could not locate any naming conventions from CDE that uses KNN2 or a rating of 1200R. So its all guessing that KNN is the type and material code and 1200R is the capacitance or voltage rating with R as tolerance.

I made a spiral coil calculator ( -coil-calculator/ ), where you can add a optional capacitance to calculate the resonant frequency. If you want to know the current at the phase angle, you have to add a sin/cos part to the current going in. You could use the math from SSTC primary current operation ( -coils/sstc-design-guide/ ) and to calculate resonant current rise, look at the math from the DRSSTC guide on MMC ( -coils/drsstc-design-guide/mmc-tank-capacitor/ )

The most important thing to remember is that some codecs are better than others when it comes to streaming music over Bluetooth, and those are the ones that you ideally want to have your source and Bluetooth headphones to support to help ensure a smoother listening experience.

Like Bluetooth audio codecs, not all Bluetooth versions are created equal. There have been significant improvements with the technology incorporated in Bluetooth throughout the years. The latest standard, Bluetooth 5.0, can process audio data faster than previous versions which lead to shorter latency times and better sound quality.

But as a general rule, try to look for Bluetooth headphones that support the following codecs: aptX, aptX HD, aptX LL, LDAC (Sony only), LC3, and Samsung Scalable Codec (Samsung only). These are superior to the old and universal codec, SBC, which was introduced in 2003.

The not so simple side of the story is when you have absolutely no idea what this code is or where to look for it. It can be literary any combination of numbers and letters and sometimes even symbols.

Guessing the code is just not going to happen. You need to know for sure this combination otherwise your running the risk of blocking the device. If god forbid, it comes to this then you should definitely need to prepare yourself for buying a new Philips stereo. All because the old one will be beyond repair.

You can also use the online version if that makes more sense to you. Use the serial number of your Philips radio and start the code-calculation operation. The process will end before you even realize it began. You will have the right combination of numbers on your email address. This is the code you needed all along. 350c69d7ab


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