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KEMET's MnO2 COTS Series expanded, boasts 35V rating

24 Apr 2013

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KEMET Corporation has recently unveiled the expansion of its T513 Multiple Anode Low ESR COTS MnO2 Series with an industry leading 35V rated product.

The KEMET T513 Series is suitable for the Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) requirements of the alternative energy, industrial/lighting, telecommunications, transportation, and defence and aerospace markets. Typical applications include decoupling and filtering in radar, sonar, power supply, guidance systems and other high reliability applications.

"This surface mount series offers very low ESR and surge robustness designed for applications that require high surge current and high ripple current capability," said Phil Lessner, KEMET Senior Vice President, Chief Technology and Marketing Officer. "These benefits are achieved via a multiple anode construction that results in improved capacitance retention at high frequency."

The T513 Series can be ordered with various options including Weibull Grading, termination finish and surge current, among others. This solution complements other KEMET products such as the T428, T493, T497, T540, T541, and T543 Series capacitors.




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