CDE releases screw terminal capacitors with extended cathode construction

12 September 2022

New Yorker Electronics is now distributing the new Cornell Dubilier Electronics (CDE) DCMC series of aluminum electrolytic capacitors. With more capacitance and often more ripple-current capability than its best-value Type 3186 capacitor, the DCMC is the better choice for high-capacitance, power supply filters and energy storage applications such as welding equipment, UPS systems and computer hold-up power.

Made in the U.S., these CDE capacitors are constructed with an extended cathode Thermal-Pak. The CornellSource: New Yorker ElectronicsSource: New Yorker Electronics Dubilier Thermal-Pak supplies improved heat transfer as a result of a continuous heat conduction path from core to case. The extended cathode foil of the DCMC assures cool operation with heat flow from the capacitor element to the can. In addition, it’s lightweight with increased shock and vibration performance and a longer life.
CDE now offers voltages ranging from 6.3 V DC to as high as 550 V rated (600 V surge) and capacitances ranging from 110 nanofarads (μF) to 3,240,000 μF. They are available in standard can, stud bottom can and stud with thermal pad options with seven terminal post alternatives. CDE also offers them in polyester, PVC or no insulation.

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