30 Jul 2018

Radial capacitors offer high ripple current and large capacitance values

Panasonic Industry Europe is releasing a new series of automotive-qualified Aluminium electrolytic capacitors benefiting from very high ripple current (2 to 2.5 times higher than existing FC series products) and large capacitance values (up to 60% higher than existing FC series products). FP series radial lead type devices also feature a high endurance of 4000h up to 5000h at 105°C.

Further technical details of FP series capacitors include an operating temperature range of -55°C up to +105°C, a rated voltage of 25VDC up to 35VDC, a capacitance range of 510μF up to 2000μF, and a capacitance tolerance of ±20% (120Hz/+20°C). FP series devices are fully RoHS compliant and AECQ-200 compliant.

Mustafa Khan, Product Marketing Manager Capacitors at Panasonic comments: “It has been while since we last released a new product in this category, in fact six years, so we are happy to augment our THT portfolio for the automotive market which is a key growth area in Europe.”

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