Miflex KFPM-01 capacitors
Copper foil Capacitors



The KFPM-01 Copper foils are the most recent addition from the amazing range of capacitors produced by Miflex in Poland. These are somewhat different from the vast array of copper foil capacitors on the market in that they are not oil impregnated and they use a polypropylene dielectric rather than paper.

The KFPM-01s are specifically designed for audio, minimizing parasitic impedance components such as inductance and resistance thus improving sound quality. These high quality and durable capacitors are made from carefully selected materials. utilising only the best production technologies and testing and measuring methods assuring a very high standard of capacitor.

Thes capacitors feature the use of axial terminals made of tinned copper wire. The capacitor body are enclosed in special protective tape and potted in self-extinguishing compound.

They can be used in d.c. and a.c. circuits and rated at 600Vdc they are popular as signal capacitors in valve equipment. They are also priced very competitively.












Miflex KFPM-01 (600V),
with twisted copper leads
Value

 
Stock

Dimensions (D x L)

Price ex.VAT

Price incl .VAT

0,1uF  
16 mm x 38 mm
9.35
11.30
0,22uF  
22 mm x 38 mm
16.40
19.80
0,33uF  
27 mm x 38 mm
24.65
29.80
0,47uF  
32 mm x 38 mm
31.00
37.45
1,0uF  
36 mm x 60 mm
59.60
72.10







Miflex KFPM-01 capacitors.

Characteristics:

• Polypropylene film dielectric
• High purity copper foil electrode
• Axial leadouts
• Leadouts are twisted copper (2 x 0.8mm diameter wires)
• 600 VDC rated
• Tolerance: 2%
• Dissipation factor :0.005 at 1Khz
• RoHS compliant

Application Notes:

For best results keep capacitors as cool as possible, use common sense. Do not place next to or touching hot resistors or under-chassis signal tubes that get hot etc. This is good practice to follow with any capacitors. Generally for every 10 degree C increase, component life is diminished by half.

The line on the label (at the shorter lead-out end) indicates the outer foil. This should be connected to the point of lowest impedance/signal output / AC end.