Can someone help to identify this prewar capacitor?

14/09/2011 - 11:37 von mw210461 | Report spam
Probably used for telephone devices or similar, seems to be a MP metal
paper design, from 1936?
It is rated at 650V and has a 0.25uF capacity (still, just tested).
I have not found out who the manufacturer is - is there a logo
database somewhere to hunt it down?

http://www.box.net/shared/0gl0fuopl0dv54dnf6yh

Have a few and want to get rid of them as I have no need for these.

Thanks for any help or hint!
mw
 

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#1 Holger
14/09/2011 - 11:49 | Warnen spam
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Probably used for telephone devices or similar, seems to be a MP metal
paper design, from 1936?
It is rated at 650V and has a 0.25uF capacity (still, just tested).
I have not found out who the manufacturer is - is there a logo
database somewhere to hunt it down?



This capacitor could be used as replacement:

Wima-MKS-4/MKS-4-1000-220N/

Holger

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