Units of **Capacitance**

Capacitance is usually measured in microfarads (abbreviated uF or mfd) or picofarads (pF). The microfarad is one millionth of a farad (10^{-}^{6} F), and the picofarad is one-millionth of a microfarad (10^{-}^{12} F).

Units of **Capacitance**

Capacitance is usually measured in microfarads (abbreviated uF or mfd) or picofarads (pF). The microfarad is one millionth of a farad (10^{-}^{6} F), and the picofarad is one-millionth of a microfarad (10^{-}^{12} F).

Definition of farad

: **the unit of capacitance equal to the capacitance of a capacitor between whose plates there appears a potential of one volt when it is charged by one coulomb of electricity**.

The capacitance of a capacitor is the ability of a capacitor to store an electric charge per unit of voltage across its plates of a capacitor. Capacitance is found by dividing electric charge with voltage by the formula **C=Q/V**. Its unit is Farad.

A: The rule of thumb is to put in **1 Farad of capacitance for every 1,000 watts RMS of total system power**. But there is no electronic penalty for using larger value caps, and in fact, many see benefits with 2 or 3 Farads per 1,000 watts RMS.

The statfarad (abbreviated statF) is **the unit of capacitance in the cgs (centimeter/gram/second) or small-unit metric system** . It is equivalent to 1.1126 x 10 ^{-}^{12} farads. The farad (F) is the standard unit of capacitance in the International System of Units ( SI ).

Convert between uF, nF and pF using the Newark's uF - nF- pF conversion chart below.

Capacitor uF - nF - pF Conversion.

uF/ MFD | nF | pF/ MMFD |
---|---|---|

0.0000018uF / MFD | 0.0018nF | 1.8pF (MMFD) |

0.0000015uF / MFD | 0.0015nF | 1.5pF (MMFD) |

0.0000012uF / MFD | 0.0012nF | 1.2pF (MMFD) |

0.000001uF / MFD | 0.001nF | 1pF (MMFD) |

**There is no conversion between Farad to an Amp-hour rating**. Energy stored in a capacitance is calculated as 0.5CV^2 (result in joules, equivalent to watt-seconds) and in electrochemical cells estimated as the amp-hour rating multiplied by nominal cell voltage (result in watt-hours).

The farad (symbolized F) is the standard unit of capacitance in the International System of Units (SI). Reduced to base SI units, one farad is the equivalent of **one second to the fourth power ampere squared per kilogram per meter squared** (s^{4} · A^{2} · kg^{-}^{1} · m^{-}^{2}).

The farad is a unit of capacitance, named after physicist Michael Faraday, used **to describe storage of charge in capacitors**. The unit for the farad is coulombs per volt (C/V). This describes a case of two oppositely charge plates, each with a coulomb of charge, and a potential difference of one volt between them.

Microfarad to Farad Conversion Table

Microfarad | Farad |
---|---|

9 | 0.000009 |

10 | 0.00001 |

100 | 0.0001 |

1000 | 0.001 |

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Dated : 27-Jun-2022

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