Resistor of 200.0 KΩ with capacitor of 470.0 pF
|Capacitor (E, 10%)||Resistor (E, 1%)||Frequency ƒc||Tolerance||TC 63%||4TC 99%||5TC 100%|
|470.0 pF||200.0 KΩ||1.7 kHz||1.5 kHz – 1.9 kHz||590.6 usec||2.4 msec||3.0 msec|
|470.0 pF||220.0 KΩ||1.5 kHz||1.4 kHz – 1.7 kHz||649.7 usec||2.6 msec||3.2 msec|
|680.0 pF||200.0 KΩ||1.2 kHz||1.1 kHz – 1.3 kHz||854.5 usec||3.4 msec||4.3 msec|
|680.0 pF||220.0 KΩ||1.1 kHz||957.6 Hz – 1.2 kHz||940.0 usec||3.8 msec||4.7 msec|
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Note that you can enter values in typical formats. Case is ignored.
- For frequencies, '10k', '5KHZ','8MHz' and '1M' are all valid.
- For resistors, '100R', '470r', '1k2','47k', '2M2', and '10M' are all valid.
- For capacitors, '22p', '330p', '2n2', '10nF', '4.7u', '4u7', and '22uF' are all valid.
Since case is ignored, 'milli' prefixes will be interpreted as 'Mega'. This only really affects frequency.
A '1% resistor' usually means +/-1% tolerance. This calculator works this way. 10% is +/-10%.
Capacitors and Resistors are both limited to a 'typical' range; 10pF to <10000uF for caps, 1Ω to <100MΩ for resistors. Outside this range things will probably turn to nonsense.