- Capacitance rating of 40/7.5 MFD +/- 5% dual capacitance
- Voltage rating of 440 VAC at 50/60Hz
- 10,000 AFC safety pressure interrupter
- Three quick-connect blade terminal blocks for two motors
- UL recognized for quality assurance
Aviditi 39AVI Capacitor, 40/7.5 Microfarad, 440-Volt
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|Overall Height||4.75 inches|
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This Aviditi 39AVI motor run capacitor has 40/7.5 microfarads (MFD) +/- 5% ... See more product details
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This Aviditi 39AVI motor run capacitor has 40/7.5 microfarads (MFD) +/- 5% dual capacitance at 440 VAC, and a 10,000 amp available fault current (AFC) safety pressure interrupter. The capacitor features three quick-connect blade terminal blocks for two motors, a self-healing metallized polypropylene film dielectric, and a hermetically sealed metal case. This capacitor is Underwriters Laboratories Recognized (UR) for quality assurance and is suitable for use in motor heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) applications.
Capacitors are passive electrical components that temporarily store energy. They come in a variety of sizes and are internally comprised of two metal foils separated by a thin insulating film (dielectric). When selecting a capacitor, consider the capacitance, voltage, and number of terminals needed for your specific applications. Capacitors are used in electrical circuits for commercial and industrial power applications that include electric motors, pumps, air conditioning, compressors, and lighting.
Aviditi manufactures grow tents and lights, blowers and dryers, and ice makers for research, industrial, residential, and educational applications. The company is headquartered in Elkhorn, WI.
Top Customer Reviews
Once installed the AC unit fired right up and so far has been running all day. I will update this review after a few months to help evaluate it's durability.The unit is in a desert climate and will be well tested through the summer months. (temps were up to 106f today and they will get into the 120s often over the next couple of months)
10/13/12- This is the update to my review after using the run capacitor for almost 4 months. It has operated flawlessly through a very hot summer. So after it cycling my ac unit on hundreds of times I recommend it as a cheap replacement for the original run capacitor.
9/22/13- This is another update after using the capacitor for over a year. The Aviditi capacitor made it through another summer with no problems at all.