This will decode the 3 digit code printed on capacitors. Enter the 3 digit code and choose Calculate. The value will be displayed in uF, nF and pF. Some capacitors have the value printed right on them rather than a code. An example would be a 100pf ceramic capacitor. If it says 100 on it, that's it's value. If it had a code on it, it would say 101. If the last number is a zero, then the actual value may be printed on the capacitor and not a code.


Capacitor Code

C in uF

C in nF

C in pF

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