What, if any, problems would arise when using motor run capacitors in circuits operating in higher frequency ranges? Such as 2000 to 10,000 Hz or 10 to 100KHz
As they are only intended to run in 60Hz applications, I'm wondering if internal resistance would become noticeable and cause excessive heating or if some other potential issue will arise. What is the range of internal inductance on a motor run capacitor? That would surely be more noticeable at higher frequencies.
I'm considering such capacitors for my application because of their large capacitance and modest voltages at a low price point.