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New Yorker Unveils Exxelia Dearborn 560P Product Series

New Yorker Electronics has released the Exxelia Dearborn 560P product series, providing unsurpassed performances at high temperatures.

new yorkerExxelia, an established designer and manufacturer of complex yet cost-effective passive components, resistors & sub-systems dedicated to harsh environments, designed the 560P as a cost-effective solution for high reliability and performance in severe environments.

Exxelia’s 560P product series combines electrical performance between BOPP & PET while exhibiting a higher operating temperature and a longer lifetime. The PTFE 560P series is an ultra-stable 180°C Film capacitor, with rated stability of less than 2.5% with capacitance from 0.22μF to 1μF under 250 V DC to 800 V DC. It offers the lowest loss characteristic of all film technologies less than 0.1% at extreme temperatures (to 200°C) with excellent life performance in operations.

The series offers resistance to vibrations, shocks and over-voltage making it ideal for Oil & Gas applications as well as Aerospace, Defense and Civil Aviation. With absolutely no derating up to 150°C, this dielectric polymer film capacitor supplants high-temperature ceramics and tantalums being an ideal choice for many capacitor applications in harsh environments, such as DC-Link and AC Filtering.

The series is constructed of non-inductive wound metalized polymer film housed in a case of flame-retardant tape wrap and high-temperature resin end fill. The lead material is 0.200 to 0.500 in. of copper-clad steel with 0.500 in. tinned copper wire and the lead strength is capable of withstanding a five-pound pull force on the lead axis. Voltages from 320 V DC to 800 V DC are available with capacitance values from 0.022μF to 10μF and standard tolerances of ±10% or ±5%.

Earlier this year, New Yorker Electronics released another high-temp capacitor, the Exxelia PTFE 253P series, with operating temps to 200°C with no derating. Both series are available with a high degree of customization, such as tighter tolerances available upon request. Samples are now readily available for evaluation from New Yorker Electronics.

Features & Benefits:

  • High temperature to +180°C
  • Stable Performance through Temperature/Voltage Range
  • Rugged/Lightweight Construction
  • Manufactured in the U.S.
  • Many lead configurations and housings
  • Polymer Dielectric
  • High Degree of Customization available


  • Aerospace & Defense
  • High-Temperature Modules
  • Industrial


Aishwarya Saxena

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