This is a very common 22pF capacitor. Used with crystals for loading purposes. 0.1" spaced leads make this a perfect candidate for breadboarding and perf boarding. Rated at 200V.
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do these really come with a quarter?
Is the image of this capacitor correct? what does "k5m" stand for?
Thanks to this comment, I was able to determine what was that part that I ordered months ago and had laying around.. (Google Image Search) :)
many smaller parts have seemingly random markings on them. the image is correct.
Any chance of getting an SMD version of this to complete the SMD parts required for an arduino clone. You carry everything else required to make an SMD arduino, just need these!
Seconded for getting SMD caps!
A good cap for crystals that spec about 14pF loading capacitance.
These are manufactured by Kemet?? How long is that lead length??
.276 inch or 7.00mm
Digikey part number 399-4162-ND, but you have to buy over 100 to get better than sparkfun's price (nice!)