Valve Tube Radio New Capacitors for the restorer. 2% tolerance AVAILABLE NOW

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller magandalalaine (753) 100%, Location: Dunlop, ACT, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 223096069481 I have no association with Stephen Savell (HRSA MEMBER NO 2818 ) Restoration kits are available for the restorers. This Kit contains axial 630-volt capacitors 0.1 x 10 0.01 x 10 0.001 x 10 .22 x 10 0.02 x 10 0.0022 x 10 .33 x 10 0.033 x 10 0.0033 x 10 .47 x 10 0.047 x 10 0.0047 x 10 These are pure black with yellow ends. No one supplies these in Australia. The reason why I supply these is because there are a select few that don't like the yellow capacitors as they are not in keeping with the authentic look that people want . All you really have to do is install them upside down for the best effect. These are a higher quality capacitor as well. At this price you can't beat them. There will be 200 of these fantastic value for money kits available . These will have the authentic look. No one has supplied these in Australia at all. I have listened to my customers and the results will be here very soon and will not be expensive . A message from a very happy customer Hello again Carl, I have gone as far as I can with these samples you sent me. ie, 6 only .1uF(104) 630v Amber caps. 2 only .0047uF(472) 630v Amber caps. 2 only .001uF (102) 630v Amber caps. I would have liked to test the more common ones we use in vintage radio repairs, ie .022, .047, .01 uF’s. But the samples were enough to judge the overall quality. I liked the thick/stiff tinned fly leads on all of the samples. Someone on Facebook commented on ESR testing, but with these type of capacitors used in vintage repair it is irrelevant. ESR becomes more important with low impedance circuits as in switch mode power supplies, ie electrolytic capacitors. All samples were tested for one week 24hrs a day at 500 volts DC and gave no problems, as one would expect. They then were run at 1000 volts DC for a week, again not a single failure. They were then subjected to 240 AC mains (via a dim bulb), with no problems. I then subjected them all to 1200 volt AC puncture test, and could create a 2mm long arc when pulled away from the terminals. Not a single capacitor failed this test. And as indicated originally I would destroy some, this did not happen. I still have 10 good caps. Using three different capacitance meters, it was found that the worst tolerance variance on all caps was 2 percent. Most appeared to be around 1.5 percent accurate in value. Have had a bit of fun doing this, and had to be a careful safety wise running them 24/7 in my workshop. Was expecting smoke as some stage but it did not happen. Will not hesitate using these samples in my future repairs or projects. Cheers, Johnny(JJ) Sent from my iPad Show more WARNING: Under no circumstances should you ever apply power to a vintage radio, television or other electrical appliance you have acquired without first having it checked and serviced by an experienced person. Also, at no time should any appliance be connected to an electricity supply if the power cord is damaged. If in doubt, do not apply power. . PLEASE NOTE. These are on sale now. Regards Carl Tallar. Also note if you hit the buy it now button you must contact me within a reasonable time if you need time to pay. If I hear nothing in two days then a none payment action will happen . this is only due to one trouble maker. Condition: New, Modified Item: No Insights Exclusive
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