Automotive-grade polymer capacitors offer enhanced performance

25-11-2015 | Farnell element14 | Passives

Now available from Farnell element14, the Kemet organic capacitor (KO-CAP) is a solid electrolytic device with a conductive polymer cathode capable of delivering very low ESR and improved capacitance retention at high frequencies. Combining the low ESR of multilayer ceramic, the volumetric efficiency of tantalum and the high capacitance of aluminium electrolytic into a single surface-mount package, the KO-CAP capacitor is capable of delivering improved capacitance retention and very low ESR at higher frequencies, with a long operational life and high ripple current capabilities. Due to selected material upgrades and enhancements to the design compared to previous generations, the T591 is the first KO-CAP capable of 500 hours of stable performance at 85C/85% RH/VR, delivering higher capacitance and ESC stability even in the harshest environmental conditions.

By Electropages Admin