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Film capacitors cover 68nF-2.2µF capacitance

25 Feb 2013

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TDK B3267*P* series

TDK Corp. has rolled out the EPCOS MKP film capacitors of the B3267*P* series boasting a significantly reduced volume. For example, the type with a capacitance of 1µF and a rated voltage of 450VDC has dimensions of only 8 x 17.5 x 13mm due to a high capacitance density with a lead spacing of 10mm. This corresponds to a volume reduction of about 40 per cent compared with the predecessor type with a lead spacing of 15mm, indicated the company.

The series comprises types with lead spacings of 10mm, 15mm and 22.5mm, respectively. The capacitors are designed for rated voltages of 450VDC, 520VDC and 630VDC and cover a capacitance range from 68nF to 2.2µF. These components are geared for a continuous operating temperature of 125°C. The plastic of the case satisfies UL 94 V-0 specifications. Halogen-free versions are also available upon request, detailed TDK.

Typical applications of these capacitors are passive PFC as well as output filtering for ballasts, LED power supplies and switch-mode power supplies.

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