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- Gordon W
December 8, 2005, 11:00 pm
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Could someone please tell me the voltage rating of this cap.
It's a greencap and the only marking is 2G104K. It's part of a voltage
doubler in a bug zapper. It's dimensions are 50% larger than the 100V
greencap that Tricky Dicky sells. If that's a help.
I understand the 104K part so I guess the 2G is the significant bit but I
didn't get anything useful from Google.
A URL or good search words would also be helpful.
Re: Capacitor voltage rating
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According to a couple of Google references, a 2G104K is a .1µF 10%
400V Mylar cap. A 2A104K is a .1µF 10% 100V Mylar.
A search at Mouser finds similar results under Polyester Film
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