Flat aluminum electrolytic capacitors

  • 03-Jan-2017 04:25 EST

The new MLSG series of Cornell Dubilier Electronics' (New Bedford, MA) flatpack ruggedized flat aluminum electrolytic capacitors targets compact power supply applications in military and aerospace, as well as other critical systems. According to the company, design enhancements and a new electrolyte push the MLSG to nearly double the operating life of its predecessor and at no added cost. Two principal package profiles are offered in this technology: the MLSG Flatpack, which measures 0.5-in (12.7-mm) thick and 1.75-in (44.45-mm) wide, and the MLSG slimpack, which measures 0.5-in (12.7-mm) thick by 1.00-in (25.4-mm) wide. Both are offered in length increments of 1.5, 2.0, 2.5 or 3.0 in (38.1, 50.8, 63.5 or 76.2 mm). For more information, visit www.cde.com/MLSG/MLSGFlatpack.htm.

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