18 Sep 2017

Conductive polymer aluminium solid capacitors offer low ESR values

Panasonic Automotive & Industrial Systems Europe recently announced a series of eight new conductive polymer aluminium solid capacitors with super high voltage capabilities of up to 100VDC max for industrial, digitalisation, control system, noise filtering, and power supply applications. The products benefit from low ESR values and high ripple current and offer very stable characteristics.

Both radial lead type SXE series components and surface mount type SXV series products are fully REACH and RoHS compliant as well as halogen-free. The components have been designed for an operating temperature range from -55°C up to +125°C, benefit from a voltage range from 63VDC up to 100VDC, a rated capacitance range of 6.8μF up to 68μF, and a capacitance tolerance of ±20% (120Hz / +20°C). The endurance is up to 1000h at +125°C.

Andreas Lapucha, Product Marketing Manager Capacitors at Panasonic comments: “Due to their superior high frequency characteristics, our new SXE and SXV series capacitors are ideally suited for use as a decoupling or input smoothing capacitor, or as a filter capacitor. The components offer great space and cost savings and require no voltage derating.”

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