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Old 07-01-2011, 10:31 AM   #11 (permalink)
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They could be resistors, capacitors or inductors. They all share the same axial package and there is no visual standard to tell.

If they are metal film resistors they are worth roughly one cent per. Half that for carbon film. If they are capacitors they are worthless since that style has significant aging problems, has been replaced by newer technology, and is likely old. If they are inductors, they might be worth ten cents per.

Unfortunately unless you can measure the resistance, there's no way to tell. I might be willing to take a gamble on the shipping charges. How many on a roll?
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Why not? It's not a battery.
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Those are resistors. Useless unless ur building or replace components .
Penny a piece if theres demand for em
If u have capacitors those r fun but hey weren't in the pic

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Why not? It's not a battery.
They store energy/voltage. They discharge at Rc time constants
Aka capacitance times resistance equals time constant
So the discharge very quickly if shorted and can unleash lethal amouts of current aka 50 milli amps
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They store energy/voltage. They discharge at Rc time constants
Aka capacitance times resistance equals time constant
So the discharge very quickly if shorted and can unleash lethal amouts of current aka 50 milli amps
Current is only lethal if it runs through your body. Your body's internal resistance will keep you from dying. At the most, you might get burned from touching the wire you short the cap with because it will get hot. You need to bump up the voltage if you want to electrocute yourself with a cap. Or any electical device.

9v batteries are probably capable of a 2A max discharge rate. That's 40 times more than a "lethal amount aka 50 milli amps" of current. Yet kids don't die when they lick them.
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They could be resistors, capacitors or inductors. They all share the same axial package and there is no visual standard to tell.

If they are metal film resistors they are worth roughly one cent per. Half that for carbon film. If they are capacitors they are worthless since that style has significant aging problems, has been replaced by newer technology, and is likely old. If they are inductors, they might be worth ten cents per.

Unfortunately unless you can measure the resistance, there's no way to tell. I might be willing to take a gamble on the shipping charges. How many on a roll?
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Just ship em to me ,ill give em to the kids down the street.Figure out what i owe you for shipping and ill PP it to ya!~...Thanks!
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