Oren Elliott Products, Inc. Datasheets for Capacitors

Capacitors are electronic components used for storing charge and energy. In their simplest form, capacitors consist of two conducting plates separated by an insulating material called the dielectric.
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Product Name Notes
High Voltage-Heavy Wattage Variable Capacitor -- M90 Series Standing 4.5" high by 4.5" wide, with typical lengths of over one foot, the M90 is our largest standard configuration of air-dielectric variable capacitor in terms of physical size, and...
Air Variable RF/Microwave Capacitor -- APC Series The APC is a durable air trimmer, used in several demanding military applications. It is frequently equipped with a lock bearing and is used as a factory-adjustable trimmer capacitor, but...
Air Variable RF/Microwave Capacitor -- APL Series The APL is used as a tuning capacitor in a variety of RF test equipment and ham radio gear. The APL’s combination of low price, high maximum voltage, fairly large...
Air Variable RF/Microwave Capacitor -- ATM Series The ATM is our smallest, least expensive standard configuration of air variable capacitor. It can be used to replace screw-type air dielectric and mica dielectric trimmer capacitors. The ATM’s air...
High Voltage-Heavy Wattage Variable Capacitor -- M73 Series The M73 is a high-voltage, heavy wattage, continuous duty capacitor. Insulation between the rotor and stator is achieved through ¼" thick mil spec ceramics riveted to the end plates. The...
High Voltage-Heavy Wattage Variable Capacitor -- M97 Series The M97 was designed to replace vacuum variables in applications requiring large capacitances (up to 3250pF) and moderate voltages (from 800 to 4500Vrms). At 3.85" high by 3.85" wide, the...
Compact Variable Capacitor -- N50 Series The N50 is a compact, rugged, economical unit used in a myriad of low-voltage applications. The N50’s almost cubical shape makes efficient use of space, enabling it to deliver a...
Compact Variable Capacitor -- S2 Series
Compact Variable Capacitor -- S3 Series
The S2 and S3 were once produced in large numbers for early AM/FM radios. It was this application that the S-series curve was designed toward; however, the S-series is currently...