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New Yorker Electronics Launches New Exxelia Capacitor Series

New Yorker Electronics has announced the release of Exxelia’s new 253P Series of Wrap-and-Fill High-Temperature PTFE Film capacitors. The PTFE capacitor is the most stable 200°C Film capacitor on the market with a stability of less than 2.5% with capacitance from 0.22μF to 1μF under 250VDC to 800VDC.

New-YorkerIt offers the lowest loss characteristic of all film technologies less than 0.1% at extreme temperatures (200°C) with excellent life performance in operations. The series offers great resistance to vibrations, shocks and over-voltage making it ideal for Oil & Gas applications as well as Defense and Civil Aviation. Made in the USA, it boasts rugged, lightweight construction.

These non-inductive wound PTFE metalized polymer film capacitors are available in voltage ranges from 250VDC to 800VDC and in capacitance ranges from 0.22μF to 1μF. They come in standard tolerances of ±10% and ±5% and operate at temperatures between -55°C and 200°C.

 These wrap-and-fill capacitors are constructed with non-inductive wound PTFE metalized Polymer film in a flame-retardant tape wrap and high-temperature resin end fill. Lead material for PTFE less than 600V PTFE uses insulated silver stranded copper wire and uses MIL-W-16878/4 (Type E) wire for those greater than 600V. It is capable of withstanding a five-pound pull force on the lead axis.

Features & Benefits:

  • High temperature to +200°C
  • Unparalleled stability and life through full Temperature/Voltage range
  • Can replace several X7R caps due to no derating
  • Rugged/Lightweight Construction
  • Manufactured in the U.S.

Applications:

  • Oil & Gas
  • Aerospace & Defense
  • High Temperature modules

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