## What does NPO mean in capacitors?

NPO stands for negative-positive 0 ppm/°C, meaning that for negative or positive shifts in temperature, the capacitance changes 0 part per million, meaning that it has a flat response across a wide range of temperatures; the capacitance of the NPO capacitor stays constant (at the same value) despite variations in …

### Is C0G same as NP0?

Yes they are equivalent. C0G is the material class that gives an NP0 (NP-zero ) tempco. But it is slang (NP-oh) where the 0 looks like O. Beware that it is often spelt both ways with oh or zero, but it is intended to be a zero in both cases.

**What are standard capacitor values?**

Standard Capacitor Values & Color Codes

These are the most commonly available capacitor values. Tolerances are highly dependent on dielectric and package type. | ||
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pF | pF | pF |

6.8 | 68 | 680 |

7.5 | 75 | 750 |

8.2 | 82 | 820 |

**What is X5R X7R capacitor?**

X7R are rated to 125C whereas X5R is only rated to 85C. The R suffix tells you that the capacitance change over temperature is +/- 15%. There is also a capacitance change with applied DC voltage, capacitance drops with an increase in applied DC voltage and X7R performs slightly better than X5R.

## What does X7R mean in capacitor?

When manufacturer says that this is a X7R capacitor, it means that the capacitor can operate from –55 degrees centigrade to +125 degrees centigrade temperature and the capacitance of the capacitor will not vary more or less than 15% from its nominal value specified.

### How do you read capacitor values?

Read codes that contain letters instead. If the letter is an R, replace it with a decimal point to get the capacitance in pF. For example, 4R1 means a capacitance of 4.1pF. If the letter is p, n, or u, this tells you the units (pico-, nano-, or microfarad). Replace this letter with a decimal point.

**How do I convert uF to nF?**

Convert between uF, nF and pF using the Newark’s uF – nF- pF conversion chart below….Capacitor uF – nF – pF Conversion.

uF/ MFD | nF | pF/ MMFD |
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0.0018uF / MFD | 1.8nF | 1800pF (MMFD) |

0.0015uF / MFD | 1.5nF | 1500pF (MMFD) |

0.0012uF / MFD | 1.2nF | 1200pF (MMFD) |

0.001uF / MFD | 1nF | 1000pF (MMFD) |

**What is my capacitor value?**

The value is expressed in terms of pico-Farads. To decode the value, take the first two digits, then follow them with the number of zeros indicated by the third digit. 104 becomes “10” followed by “0000,” or 100000 pF, more succinctly written as 100 nF.

## Is nF and uF the same?

Convert between uF, nF and pF using the Newark’s uF – nF- pF conversion chart below….Capacitor uF – nF – pF Conversion.

uF/ MFD | nF | pF/ MMFD |
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0.001uF / MFD | 1nF | 1000pF(MMFD) |

0.00082uF / MFD | 0.82nF | 820pF (MMFD) |

0.0008uF / MFD | 0.8nF | 800pF (MMFD) |

0.0007uF / MFD | 0.7nF | 700pF (MMFD) |