All Entries in the Tag : MLCC

Kemet offers MLC Capacitors rated to 200ºC

Kemet High Temp Radial MLCCKemet C052H and C062H are High Temperature 200ºC radial molded MLC Capacitors. These capacitors are designed for high shock, high vibration applications such as aerospace engine compartments, geophysical probes, hybrid and electric automotive motor drives, and defense applications.

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AVX: Parasitics & Capacitor Selection, Part 5: Q

In part 4A of this series, which examined dissipation factor (DF), I mentioned that the Q of a capacitor is the reciprocal of its DF. So, like DF, Q is a dimensionless number. It represents the ratio of the maximum energy stored to the power loss in a system at a given angular frequency rather than the inverse (DF).

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Vishay Enhances QUAD HIFREQ Series MLCCs

MALVERN, Pa., Oct 14, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. VSH, +0.39% today announced that it has enhanced its QUAD HIFREQ series of high-power surface-mount multilayer ceramic chip capacitors (MLCCs).

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Supply targets low power medical terminals

TDK-Lambda has designed a 100W power supply, measuring 2 x 4-inch, which will be targeted at medical terminals such as eye lasers and respirators.

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Kemet X8L axial capacitors operate at 150°C

A line of high-temperature axial capacitors has been expanded, with manufacturer KEMET now offering what they claim is the industry’s first X8L dielectric in an axial form factor.

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Kemet Introduces High Voltage Axial MLCC

GREENVILLE, S.C., Oct. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — KEMET Corporation KEM, +1.00% a leading global supplier of electronic components, today introduced its expanded line of Aximax High Temperature Axial Capacitors. These new offerings are based on the same successful KEMET material technologies utilized in the surface mount X8L and X8R dielectric platforms. The new axial form factor now enables these technologies to be extended into high vibration environments.

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MLCCs: Failure modes of wearable electronics

The wearables market is perhaps $3 billion to $5 billion today, rising to perhaps $30 billion to $50 billion over the next three to five years, the analysts forecast, adding that there may be upward of 15% of smartphone owners who end up buying a wearable.

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