All Entries in the Category : Aluminum

EPCOS Capacitors offer high ripple current capability

Featuring high ripple current capability and compact dimensions, three series of EPCOS aluminium electrolytic capacitors with screw terminals have been released by TDK. The B43703, B43704 and B43705 aluminium electrolytic capacitors are particularly suitable for industrial electronics.

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Vishay screw-terminal power e-caps rated to 10K hours at +85C

Vishay Long Life E-CapsLatest from Vishay is a new series of screw-terminal power aluminium capacitors designed for traction and heavy-duty applications. Devices in the 110 PHT-ST series offer a long useful life of 10,000 hours at +85C and high ripple current to 19.76A at +85C in large 76mm x 146mm and 76mm x 220mm case sizes.

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UCC Electrolytics offer up to 60% higher ripple performance

UCC High Ripple Al CapsAvailable now from Digi-Key, United Chemi-Con’s GPD series lead-type aluminum electrolytic capacitors offer 30% to 60% higher ripple performance than conventional types, high-temperature operation and high heat resistance.

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TDK Snap-in Capacitors with Increased Ripple Current Capability

Snap-in Capacitors with Increased Ripple Current Capability – Electronics News Today.

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KEMET: Process For Producing Electrolytic Capacitors

A process for preparing a solid electrolytic capacitor comprising application of a non-ionic polyol prior to application of a conducting polymer layer.

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Illinois Capacitors offers SMD Al Polymer Capacitors

IL Cap Conductive PolymerXMPL Series Polymer Chip Capacitors are an effective solution where smallest size and high performance are required.  Compared to surface mount aluminum electrolytic capacitors, XMPL Solid Polymers offer longer life, greater stability with temperature changes and lower ESR at high frequencies.

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How to Avoid Fallout from Panasonic Exiting the Snap-In Capacitor Business

End-of-life (EOL) product announcements are a ritual of the electronics industry. When newer, smaller and faster are the watchwords of new products, at some point the older, slower, larger pieces fall by the wayside, are rendered obsolete and bypassed by newer technology.

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