Ceramic Capacitors feature high self-resonant frequency.
Capacitors

Ceramic Capacitors feature high self-resonant frequency.

HFC Series ceramic capacitors are available in sizes 1005, 1410, 1608, 1610 and 1612. Single layer ceramic substrate construction ensures non-polarity, making units suitable for use in AC circuits where polarity may reverse. Termination material is 100% tin, and operating temperature range is -55° to 125° C. Capacitance ranges include 0.10-0.60 pF (size 1005) or 0.10-1.20 pF (sizes...

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Capacitors are designed for high voltage applications.
Capacitors

Capacitors are designed for high voltage applications.

MVDR Inductive Capacitors feature capacitance range of 500PF and 1000PF, with voltage range from 10 to 15 kV, and capacitance tolerance at ±10%(K). Self-healing and equipped with tinned copper-clad steel axial leads, MVDR types may be combined in parallel and/or series to achieve various capacitances and voltages. Construction features include internal multi-series connection windings with...

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Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors are compact and snap into place.
Fixed Capacitors

Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors are compact and snap into place.

Snap-in capacitors are manufactured with can-wall groove that supports top, which is added after insertion of capacitor element. Because cans are nearly full, units are more compact than previous models. Type 380LQ is rated for -40 to 85°C operation; Type 381LQ is rated for -40 to 105°C operation; and Type 380LQ has a voltage range from 160 to 450 Vdc in capacitance values from 82 to...

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Capacitors are for use in high power ac filtering.
Capacitors

Capacitors are for use in high power ac filtering.

Series 5MPA film capacitors are supplied with bolt-down terminations at voltage ratings of 530 Vac. Capacitance values to 10 Â-µF are supplied with brass bolt termination and values to 100 µF are supplied with bridge and bolt construction. Units provide continuous operation to 85°C with current handling spectrums from 50 Hz line to 20 kHz sumperimposed feedback. Wrapped in...

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