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what kind of capacitor is this?

what kind of capacitor is this?

(OP)
It is flat and rectangle, 20 mm x 10 mm x 7 mm. Markings are "PM644J 400V?h" 6.4 microFarad capacitor. But it has 4 leads, 2 at each end. Thanks.

RE: what kind of capacitor is this?

A picture is worth 1,000 words here... and context for the item in question (such as what the circuit does, where it resides int he circuit, etc.) would also be useful.

Dan - Owner
http://www.Hi-TecDesigns.com

RE: what kind of capacitor is this?

^^what he said..

maybe a start/run cap ???

RE: what kind of capacitor is this?

From the size, value, and voltage, it sounds like a rectangular film capacitor. I do believe some are made with two leads at each end for vibration purposes. If it is potted on the bottom where the leads are, then it probably is a rectangular film.

RE: what kind of capacitor is this?

(OP)
Here is the photo. Sorry for doing it earlier. My work computer wouldn't let me attach photo.

RE: what kind of capacitor is this?

The link that you've posted is: "...eng-tips.com/home/rust/Desktop/SAM_0026.jpg"

I don't think that the link is correct.

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