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