Help needed to Identify an old Capacitor

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by TxPres, Aug 10, 2013.

  1. TxPres

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    I am rebuilding an old RF Amplifier and need to replace some capacitors.
    The markings on a couple of the disc ceramic capacitors are 4 lines of info.
    They are: MDC, 100M, N1500, 5kv
    I know the 5kv means 5000volts. I think the N1500 refers to the material.
    What I need to know is the cap value. Is it 10pf 20% tolerance. Or maybe 100pf, 20%.
    I measures it with a multimeter that has a CAP position on it and it measured .22 nf. Not sure of accuracy of meter.

    I also have another disc ceramic that I need to indentify.
    Is has : MDC, 1000M, X5B, 12kv.
    Again, I think the X5B refers to the material, and the 12KV is 12000volts.
    But what is the cap value? 1000pf?

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. Kermit2

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  3. GopherT

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    You should assume your values are in pF, so 1000M is 1nF +/- 20%
     
  4. TxPres

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    Thanks!
    I think that you are correct and I will go on that assumption.
     
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