Press Release Summary:
Leaded, multilayer HQL Series offers capacitance range of 4.7-6,800 pF with dissipation factor of 0.1% max and operating temperature from -55 to 125Â°C. Units are suited for RF power amplifiers and inductive heating as well as industrial and medical electronics. Non-magnetic version is available for high magnetic field environments such as MRI coils.
Original Press Release:
Hi-Q Capacitor from AVX Designed for RF and Microwave Applications
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (March 14, 2006) - AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer of passive components, has designed a leaded Hi-Q, high RF power capacitor to handle high power and high voltage levels in RF and microwave applications. Designated the HQL series, the leaded capacitors offer ultra low ESR and dissipation factor at high frequencies.
This multilayer capacitor is ideal for RF power amplifiers, inductive heating, industrial and medical electronics, and a non-magnetic version is available for high magnetic field environments such as MRI coils.
"The new HQL series of components were specifically designed to run cooler at high RF current levels, giving better long term reliability than those currently offered in the field," said Sonja Brown, AVX product manager.
The HQL leaded capacitor has a capacitance range of 4.7pF to 6,800pF with a dissipation factor of 0.1% max. The operating temperature ranges from -55°C to 125°C.
Pricing ranges from $1.68 to $10.00 depending on quantity and tolerance with a lead time of stock to 8 weeks.
For more information on the HQ capacitor from AVX, contact AVX at 801 17th Avenue South, Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29578; by calling 843-448-9411, by fax at 843-444-2864 or on the Web at www.avx.com.
AVX Corporation is a leading international supplier of electronic passive components and connectors with worldwide manufacturing facilities. AVX offers integrated passive devices including capacitors, resistors, filters, SMT, timing devices and circuit protection devices. The company is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:AVX).