Electronics and Semiconductors

New Yorker Electronics to Distribute New Conductive Polymer Hybrid Capacitor for Hi-Temp Applications

30 March 2018

New Yorker Electronics is now distributing the new United Chemi-Con HSE Series of Conductive Polymer Hybrid Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors. United Chemi-Con, North America’s largest manufacturer of aluminum electrolytic capacitors, has designed a high-reliability, high-voltage capacitor in a hybrid electrolyte.

Designed for high-temperature applications such as automotive equipment and network base station Source: New Yorker ElectronicsSource: New Yorker Electronicsequipment, the hi-rel series has a rated endurance with ripple current of 4,000 hours at 125/135℃. It also has an operating range from -55 to +135℃.

The HSE Series is also a high-voltage series, with rated ranges of 25 to 63Vdc and a capacitance range of 100 to 330μF, all housed within a 12.5mm long, 10mm diameter case. It features the same ripple current as the United Chemi-Con HSC Series at 135° but has a higher ripple current (160 to 170% higher) at below 125°. The series is RoHS compliant, Halogen free and is AEC-Q200 compliant.

New Yorker Electronics is a franchise distributor of United Chemi-Con and carries its full line of capacitors, radial lead, SMD and snap-in aluminum electrolytic capacitors, as well as electric double layer capacitors.

Features & Benefits:

    • High reliability and high voltage are realized by hybrid electrolyte
    • Endurance with ripple current : 4,000 hours at 135℃
    • Rated voltage range : 25 to 63Vdc, Capacitance range :100 to 330μF
    • For high temperature and high reliability applications
    • (Automotive equipment, Base station equipment, etc.)
    • RoHS Compliant
    • Halogen Free
    • AEC-Q200 compliant


  • Automotive Equipment
  • Base Station Equipment

Download the data sheet.

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