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Capacitors don't always specifically say the name of the company on them and their logos can change throughout the years making identifying manufacturers a challenge. This page aims to catalog capacitor brand logos for easing identification.
A note on submissions, please do not copy/paste logo images from other websites here as they will have their own copyrights. The only acceptable sources for existing images are photographs you took, tracings of logos, press kits from the manufacturer's website, and other images with permissible licenses. The preference for submissions is to be flat black and white images with a black logo on a white background and the manufactures name printed next to the logo. However photo submissions are acceptable provided the picture is clear enough that a recreation of the logo can be made.
CS Capacitor (12 Kuang Jin)
Datasheets can be found at https://paullinebarger.net/DS/CS%20%5b12%20Kuang%20Jin%5d/
Company website: http://www.junfu.com.tw/index_en.php
Panasonic / Matsushita
SamYoung / Korea Chemi-Con
There is some kind of complicated relation ship between SamYoung and Nippon Chemi-Con where they may have been a partner at some point and later became a producer under the Korea Chemi-Con name.
Manufacturer Website: https://www.samyoung.co.kr/eng/
SamYoung with an unofficial Chemi-Con style logo (Found in a 1986 GoldStar Monitor Atari SC1224)
A Chemi-Con style logo with a dot in the center that is possibly Korea Chemi-Con (Found in a 1986 GoldStar Monitor Atari SC1224)
Sang Jing Electronics/multicompPRO
Sang Jing Electronics is a Taiwanese capacitor company established in 1984. Their electrolytic capacitors have been distributed under the multicompPRO brand, the 'home brand' of distributor Premier Farnell Limited (other names Farnell / Newark / element14 / CPC).
Some small Rubycon capacitors have a boxed R instead of the full Rubycon logo.
Rulycon is a knock-off of Rubycon designed to trick some people into thinking these capacitors are Rubycon capacitors. To make sure you are getting genuine capacitors, order them from a trusted supplier.