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TDK Introduces New Y2 Capacitors Series

The B3202 H/J series’ capacitance ranges from 1 nF to 1 µF with a maximum rated voltage of 300 V AC.

TDK Corporation has revealed a new series of EPCOS MKP-Y2 capacitors for interference suppression.

TDK CapacitorsIn contrast to conventional models designed for a maximum operating temperature of 110 °C, the new capacitors offer a maximum permissible operating temperature of 125 °C.

The B3202 H/J series’ capacitance ranges from 1 nF to 1 µF with a maximum rated voltage of 300 V AC.

Even under harsh environmental conditions, the capacitors offer a stable capacitance value, proven by the thermal humidity bias test with boundary conditions 85 °C, 85 percent relative humidity, and a 240 V AC operating voltage for 500 hours.

The capacitors are certified according to IEC 60384-14:2013/AMD1:2016 and approved according to AEC-Q200D, UL, and EN.

Depending on the capacitance, the products are available in the lead spacing of 10 mm (B32021H/J), 15 mm (B32022H/J), 22.5 mm (B32023H/J), and 27.5 mm (B32024H/J) and 37.5 mm (B32026H/J). The housing, for example, potting material, corresponds to UL94V-0.

Typical fields of application for the new Y2 capacitors include interference suppression in filters and at high operating temperatures, such as in automotive applications.

Main fields of application

  • Interference suppression at high operating temperatures, such as in automotive applications

Main features and benefits

  • Increased operating temperature of 125 °C
  • Wide capacitance ranges from 1 nF to 1 µF
  • UL and EN approval, qualification according to AEC-Q200

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