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Capacitor Code: How to Find the value of Ceramic Capacitors?

How to Calculate the value of Ceramic / Non-Polarized Capacitors?

Below is a very useful chart for calculation the right value of Ceramic / Non – Polarized Capacitors.

There are special codes and marking on capacitor which tell about the value of capacitor.


Here is the Capacitor marking is “105

It’s mean that = 10 + 5 Zeros = 1,000,000 pF

= 1000 nF = 1 µF

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  2. polasani.venugopalreddy says:

    i want to know capaictnce values

  3. Mohammed Mwinyimvua says:

    I understand now, how to read the code of non polarized capacitor

  4. brillant is the only word i remember now

  5. Roland Sanchez says:

    Pleas I need the value for this capacitors:
    1- WMU-822
    3 K.volts

    2- WHU- 562 J
    M 3- K volts

    3- 104 J
    400 volts

    4- WF- 684
    400 volts

  6. shinu james says:

    whats the value of capacitor 2M2?

    1. 2.2μF
      in 2M2 , M stands for micro & that letter will be replaced by a decimal point.
      another example 4K7 is 4.7KpF

  7. Sir in smd non polar cap condition there is no menshan about cap then i find its values?

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