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New Yorker Releases Illnois Capacitor’s New Radial-Lead General Purpose Capacitor Series

New Illinois Capacitor’s new HJR Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor Series features 2,000 hours of life at +125°C.

New Yorker Electronics is now carrying the new HJR Series of Radial-Lead General Purpose Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors from Illinois Capacitor, the new series upgrade from the HSM. This new series features up to 2,000 hours at 125°C and a shelf life of 1000 hours at 125°C (with no voltage applied).

HJR SeriesThe new HJR Series now distributed by New Yorker Electronics, is small in size with high-voltage, making it very useful in the inverter, DC link, AC/DC motor control, and solar inverter applications. The HJR capacitors offer capacitance values between 1uF and 4700uF in voltages of 16WVDC to 450WVDC and are lead-free and RoHS compliant.

Low ESR, high frequency and high-temperature types are especially popular and required for many high-performance electronic products. Illinois Capacitor manufactures radial and axial lead aluminum electrolytic in multiple termination styles.

The Key Features & Benefits of the Radial-Lead General Purpose Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors include:

The Key Applications of the Capacitors available from New Yorker includes:

  • Filtering
  • Bypass/Coupling
  • De-Coupling

New Yorker Electronics is franchise distributor for Illinois Capacitor and provides its full product line of miniature capacitors for electronics, lighting, energy and other markets.

For Data Sheet https://www.illinoiscapacitor.com/pdf/seriesDocuments/HJR%20series.pdf

 

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