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Need a source for some non polar electro caps. Tried all the usual suspects.

values    6.5 uF 25v  and  3.3 uF  25v

TIA
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http://www.mouser.com
http://www.jameco.com
http://www.digikey.com

Search for "bi-polar capacitor" or "non-polar capacitor"

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Non polarised electrolytic capacitor?

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   I suppose you've never heard of an electrolytic rectifier, either?


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On Fri, 12 Jun 2009 10:16:44 +0100, "Dave Plowman (News)"

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You've never touched a 25 pF cap charged to 27KV?  

PlainBill

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Have you tried any audio specialists, or companies that supply materials for
building speaker cabs ? Those are the sorts of values that you might well
find in a crossover. Also, must they be non polar electrolytic types ? You
can get 3u3, 4u7, 6u8 etc in metalised polyester and polyester film.

Otherwise, non polar electros are pretty readily available. Farnell in the
UK (also world-wide) do a full range of values and voltages from Multicomp.
It is their "NP Series"

Arfa



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What are you using them for? An excellent source for AC (non-polar) caps
is any place that carries celing fan repair parts. They use 3-8 mf Ac
reated electros which I used to use in repairing speaker crossover
networks.

Gnack

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