This table is designed to provide the value of alphanumeric coded ceramic, mylar and mica capacitors in general. They come in many sizes, shapes, values and ratings; many different manufacturers worldwide produce them and not all play by the same rules. Most capacitors actually have the numeric values stamped on them, however, some are color coded and some have alphanumeric codes. The capacitor's first and second significant number IDs and are the first and second values, followed by the multiplier number code, followed by the percentage tolerance letter code. Usually the first two digits of the code represent the significant part of the value, while the third digit, called the multiplier, corresponds to the number of zeros to be added to the first two digits. After that, the differences may show up. Use this information as a guideline and at your own risk. If you are in question, try to locate the original manufacturer and seek information from that source.