1 F 1000000 µF
2 F 2000000 µF
3 F 3000000 µF
5 F 5000000 µF

20 µF 2.0E-5 F
50 µF 5.0E-5 F
100 µF 0.0001 F
1000 µF 0.001 F

0.01 MF 10000 F
0.1 MF 100000 F
1 MF 1000000 F
2 MF 2000000 F

## How do you calculate the farads of a capacitor?

The unit of capacitance is the Farad (F), which is equal to a Coulomb per Volt (1 F = 1 C/V), though most electronic circuits use much smaller capacitors. Picofarad (1 pF = 10-12 F), nanofarad (1 nF = 10-9 F), and microfarad (1 µF = 10-6 F) capacitors are common.

10,000 μF 0.01 F
100,000 μF 0.1 F
1,000,000 μF 1 F

## What is a farad equal to?

Reduced to base SI units, one farad is the equivalent of one second to the fourth power ampere squared per kilogram per meter squared (s4 · A2 · kg-1 · m-2). A capacitance of 1 F produces 1 V of potential difference for an electric charge of one coulomb (1 C). The farad is an extremely large unit of capacitance.

To convert a picofarad measurement to a farad measurement, divide the capacitance by the conversion ratio. The capacitance in farads is equal to the picofarads divided by 1,000,000,000,000.

## What is a mega farad?

Noun. megafarad (plural megafarads) (physics, obsolete) A unit of quantity of electric charge; the quantity of electricity flowing through a one megohm resistor when driven by an electromotive force of one volt for one second. quotations ▼ An improbably large unit of electrical capacitance equal to one million farads.