Indicated by letters CM or DM followed by two digits identifying case
Identified by a single letter indicating stability with change in
Normal capacitance isexpressed in pF and is identified by a three
number digit. The first two digits represent significant figures.
The third digit indicates the number of digits to follow (sometimes
referred to as the decimal multiplier). Where a third significant
figure is required a four digit number would be applied. The first
three would indicate significant figures.
All SIMIC dipped mica capacitors are manufactured with copper-clad
steel leads. The copper-clad leads are annealed and manufactured
with steel wire SAE 1010 or SAE 1006; having a 30% minimum conductivity
copper coating. The leads are finished with a solder coating (60%
tin and 40% lead), having a minimum thickness of 0.0001" (0.00254mm).
Normal production is supplied with straight radial leads. Crimped
and/or cut variations are available on order. Capacitors with working
coltage of 1000 VDC, 2500 VDC are available on order.