High reliability against active or passive flammability
Strong self-healing, high voltage strength
Good attenuation, low impedance, strong interference suppression
Temperatures up to +110°C
According to RoHS Directive 2011/65/EC
Halogen free capacitors available on request
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Widely used for the Interference suppressors and across-the-line capacitor applications.Suitable for used in situations where failure of the capacitor will not lead to danger of electric shock.
What is the rated voltage of capacitor?
The rated voltage of the capacitor refers to the effective value of the highest DC voltage and the highest AC voltage that can be continuously applied when working at the lowest and highest ambient temperature.
The rated voltage of the capacitor is the DC voltage that the two poles can withstand. This voltage value is generally written on the surface of the capacitor, and the prominent sign is the unit "V" with the voltage after the value. There is room for the insulation withstand voltage marked on each capacitor, which is generally 1.5 to 2 times higher than the rated voltage. This is because, in the application of capacitors, not only the withstand voltage of the two poles, but also many comprehensive factors must be considered. Therefore, in order to ensure the safety of the application, the capacitor must not exceed the rated voltage in the application.
How capacitors eliminate high-frequency noise?
For high-frequency bypass capacitors, since the higher the frequency, the lower the impedance, the greater the current flowing through the capacitor for high-frequency noise.
The bypass capacitor is equivalent to a small resistor for high-frequency noise, which consumes the high-frequency noise, thereby reducing the impact of high-frequency noise on the circuit.