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Cornell Dubilier delivers hybrid polymer aluminium caps

14 Mar 2014  | Susan Nordyk

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Combining solid polymer aluminium technology with wet aluminium electrolytic technology, Type HZA hybrid capacitors from Cornell Dubilier deliver a life expectancy of 10,000 hours when operated at 105°C at rated voltage with full ripple current load.

The surface-mount devices come in vertical cylindrical cases that are suitable for automatic mounting and capable of withstanding high reflow-soldering temperatures.

Capacitors in the HZA series have capacitance values ranging from 10µF to 330µF at voltage ratings ranging from 25VDC to 80VDC. Capacitance tolerance is ±20 per cent at 120Hz and +20°C. Ripple current values exceed 2000mA on some of the larger chip sizes. The RoHS-compliant hybrid capacitors operate over a temperature range of –55°C to +105°C and can be used for filtering, bypassing and power supply decoupling.

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