Industrial Electronics

Polymer chip line expanded to offer voltage ratings to 35 V DC

24 January 2023

Cornell Dubilier’s XMPL polymer chip capacitor series from New Yorker Electronics has been expanded to accommodate higher voltage and capacitance requirements. Their capacitance and voltage stability ratings with temperature and frequency make these conductive polymer capacitors ideal for applications where bulk storage and high ripple current filtering are needed.

Possessing much lower equivalent series resistance and a shorter height profile than surface-mountSource: New Yorker ElectronicsSource: New Yorker Electronics technology aluminum electrolytics, XMPLs offer designers the opportunity to reduce the size and cost of their high-frequency/high-ripple applications by using fewer components.

Standard capacitance values now range from 6.8 μF to 470 μF, with a maximum working voltage of 35 V DC in a molded package measuring 7.3 mm x 4.3 mm x 1.9 mm. The operating temperature is -55° C to 105° C with a load life of 2,000 hours at 105° C with rated voltage applied. XMPLs are also halogen-free and RoHS-compliant.

Applications include high-frequency compact power supplies, DC to DC converters, LED lighting, industrial instrumentation and automation.

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