All Entries in the Tag : Film

Vishay Offers Environment-Friendly DC-Link Capacitor

An environmentally friendly, metallized polypropylene film capacitor for DC-link applications has bveen launched by Vishay Intertechnology. The MKP1848C DC-link capacitor offers a broad capacitance range of 1 µF to 500 µF, compact footprints, and voltage ratings from 500V to 1200V.

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TDK Power Capacitors Rated up to 10KµF and 4KV DC

TDK Corporation has unveiled the new MKK DCi-R series B25640 power capacitors with resin impregnation based on the proven MKK DC series with gas impregnation and MKK DC-I with oil impregnation.

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Epcos Heavy duty film capacitors for smart meters

Power utilities around the world are rolling out smart meters in order to enable automated meter reading and optimized energy management. The X2 capacitors from the EPCOS B3293* heavy duty series of film capacitors are well suited for these meters because they operate reliably over a long service life under extreme environmental conditions.

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Cornell Dubilier acquires lines from SB Electronics

Cornell Dubilier Electronics, Inc. has acquired the axial film capacitor product lines from capacitor maker, SB Electronics of Barre, VT.

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Epcos extends range of power capacitors

EPCOS Power CapacitorsTDK Corporation has extended its range of EPCOS MKK power capacitors. The new MKK DCi-R series B25640* with resin impregnation is based on the proven MKK DC series with gas impregnation and MKK DC-I with oil impregnation.

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Panasonic Offers DC Link Film Capacitor Module

Panasonic DC Link FilmPanasonic EZT Type 1 – Metalized Polypropylene DC Link Film Capacitor Module is enclosed in a PPS casing and UL94 HB Epoxy Resin Sealing to ensure that performance does not degrade under high heat and humidity making it ideal for automotive applications.

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Direct Current DC Link Capacitor Module

A direct current (DC) link capacitor module includes a printed circuit board (PCB) formed by sequentially disposing a first electrode substrate, an insulation substrate, a second electrode substrate, a third electrode substrate.

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