New Exxelia Sif Safco Screw-Terminal Capacitors Combine Ultra-Long Life with High Energy Density
New Yorker Electronics Expands Offerings to Medical, Aviation and Military Markets with New Exxelia Felsic HV
For instance, 6,800µF @450V fit into a volume of Ø77x220mm and can withstand 200,000 hours between 0 to 70°C under 37Amps, which makes them the perfect choice for use in rolling stock traction systems or the concurrent versioning system (CVS).
The series also has one of the lowest ESR of its class with less than 10mΩ in most cases. Products are available for voltages from 160 to 450Vdc, and offer capacitance values from 1500μF up to 47,000μF – ensuring the best compromise between reliability and compactness.
Exxelia screw terminal aluminum electrolytic capacitors are large capacitors supporting high energy loads. High energy density and lifetime are the top features of these capacitors as they are used in hi-rel applications. Showcased last year at PCIM Europe, the Felsic HV aluminum electrolytic screw terminal capacitor is most often used in aviation, military, medical and railway applications.
New Yorker Electronics is a franchise distributor of Exxelia Sic Safco and carries its full line of electrolytic aluminum capacitors including screw terminal capacitors, non-cylindrical radial solder capacitors, cylindrical radial capacitors, radial solder capacitors and axial capacitors.
New Yorker Electronics is a certified authorized distributor of electronic components, well known for its full product lines, large inventories and competitive pricing since 1948. New Yorker Electronics is an AS9120B and ISO 9001:2015 certified source of capacitors, resistors, semi-conductors, connectors, filters, inductors and more, and operates entirely at heightened military and aerospace performance levels. It also functions in strict accordance with AS5553 and AS6496 standards — verifying that it has implemented industry standards into everyday practices to thwart the proliferation of counterfeit parts. It is a member of ECIA (Electronics Component Industry Association)
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