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DC capacitors suit solar, electric drive and industrial power systems

Aug. 20, 2012
AVX Corp., a manufacturer of advanced passive components and interconnect solutions, announces a new line of polypropylene dielectric dc link film capacitors.

AVX Corp., a manufacturer of advanced passive components and interconnect solutions, has developed a new line of polypropylene dielectric dc link film capacitors. Designated the FB Series, the two-lead capacitors feature a voltage rating of 550 to 1,200 V and a capacitance range from 0.68 to 75 uF.

The capacitors are RoHS compliant and available in a range of case sizes containing more than 100 new ratings. Applications for the series include dc power supplies and inverters for solar power, electric drive, and industrial power systems.

Rated for use from -40° to 100° C, the FB Series dc link film capacitors are available in 14 case sizes with three standard lead pitch options: 27.5, 37.5, and 52.5 mm.

For more information, contact AVX at One AVX Blvd., Fountain Inn, SC 29644. Phone: (864) 967-2150.

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