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Ceramic Capacitor Box - 100 pieces

Ceramic Capacitor Box - 100 pieces

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  • This is Capacitor kit with various capacitors of different capacitances.
  • Capacitors store energy as an electrostatic field and can be utilized in several electronic circuits.
  • Capacitance is expressed as the ratio of the electric charge Q on each conductor to the potential difference V between them.
  • Contains 100 pieces, including 20 unique values, enabling experimentation with various capacitance values.
  • Available at a reasonable price on Robocraze compared to other websites.
  • Capacitors are commonly used in electronic circuits, power circuits, and power supply units.

Capacitor Box

The Capacitor Box is a comprehensive kit that contains various capacitors with different capacitances. These electronic components store energy as an electrostatic field and can be utilized in several electronic circuits, including filtering out undesirable noise and producing time delays. When a capacitor is connected across a battery, a potential difference arises, causing positive charge +Q to accumulate on one plate and negative charge −Q to accumulate on the other plate. If a capacitor is charged sufficiently, no current can flow through it. Nevertheless, if a time-varying voltage is applied across the capacitor's leads, a displacement current can flow. A capacitor's capacitance is expressed as the ratio of the electric charge Q on each conductor to the potential difference V between them. This capacitor box contains 100 pieces, including 20 unique values, enabling you to experiment with various capacitance values. The Capacitor Box is available at the most reasonable price on Robocraze compared to other websites. Capacitors are commonly used in electronic circuits, power circuits, and power supply units.

read more : What is Capacitor and how does it work?

Key Features

  • Radial leaded multilayer ceramic capacitor, coating by epoxy resin.
  • Excellent humidity resistance, miniature size, wide capacitance, and reliable performance.
  • Wide applications in computers, data processing, telecommunication, industrial control, etc.
  • Packed in A Rugged Convenient Re-sealable Plastic Storage Case.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Capacitor Box 

Specifications

Box Name  Capacitor Box 
Dimensions  11 x 5 x 3cms 
Weight  100 grams

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  • Delivery time in Metro cities is 1-3 days, Others it is
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  • Return window: 7 days from receipt unless stated
    otherwise. No refunds/replacements after
  • Returns only for non-working/damaged products are accepted
  • Initiate return requests to our customer service team via Support ticket or contact us at +91-8123057137
  • Refunds are processed within 3-4 working days post inspection and approval.

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1. What is a capacitor box?

  • A capacitor box is a kit that contains various types of capacitors that a person may require. A capacitor is a device for storing electrical energy that consists of two insulated conductors in close proximity.

2. What is the use of a box capacitor?

  • These box-type power capacitors support an alternative current-voltage (AC voltage) range from 440 V to 690 V . These power capacitors are designed with triple safety protection. The MPP film inbuilt with self-healing technology reduces unwanted breakdowns and the burst-proof safety system prevents bursting.

3. Where are capacitors used?

  • Capacitors are devices that store electrical charges. They are a basic component of electronics and have a host of various applications. The most common use for capacitors is energy storage. Additional uses include power conditioning, signal coupling or decoupling, electronic noise filtering, and remote sensing.

4. How do capacitors store and release energy?

  • Capacitors are devices that store electrical energy in the form of electrical charges accumulated on their plates. When a capacitor is connected to a power source, it accumulates energy which can be released when the capacitor is disconnected from the charging source, and in this respect, they are similar to batteries.

5. What are capacitors used for?

  • Capacitors store electrical energy and are considered as vital electronic components. They are constructed using two conductors, which are closely positioned but electrically insulated from each other. Capacitors have diverse applications in electrical and electronic systems such as power supplies, filters, charge pump circuits, camera flashes, audio filters, and radio frequency filters. They are also crucial in digital circuits as they prevent data loss during power outages. Moreover, capacitors play a significant role in power conditioning by rectifying the output and producing higher voltages than the input voltage.

6. what is in a capacitor?

  • A capacitor comprises of two conductive plates separated by a non-conductive area, which may either be a vacuum or a dielectric material with insulating properties. The two plates are connected to the terminals of the capacitor. As a direct current enters the capacitor, it accumulates energy, which later gets released as an alternating current back into the circuit. The capacitance of the capacitor depends on the type of dielectric material positioned between the plates. The dielectric material can be crafted from diverse materials, including air, paper, glass, plastic, ceramic, and even a semiconductor depletion region. Electrolytic capacitors, on the other hand, have an aluminum or tantalum plate with an oxide dielectric layer and a liquid electrolyte as the second electrode.