I have a green capacitor that has the code,
What is the value in uf?
Its VERY hard to tell sometimes . ANy ideas who made the capacitor ? I would have said 22,000pF , 22nF or .022uF, but you put the "." in.
There is a KIND of convention that capacitors which don't explicitly say "10uF" or "100n" are marked based on pF - years ago there was an attempt to use the resistor colour code to mark capacitors too, and surface mount caps are very occasionally marked in pF too.
Sorry I can't be more specific.
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