Wet tantalum capacitor

  • 24-May-2010 04:50 EDT

Vishay Intertechnology’s DSCC 10011 ultrahigh-capacitance capacitor features up to 72,000 µF in the A, B, and C case codes. For high-reliability applications it has a glass-to-metal hermetic seal, operates at -55 to +85°C with voltage derating, and provides low maximum equivalent series resistance down to 0.035 ohms at 1 kHz. The device combines the reliability of wet tantalum with the capacitance stability of solid tantalum to eliminate circuit impedance restrictions and dramatically increase capacitance ratings. Housed in an all-tantalum, hermetically sealed case and manufactured to withstand high stress and hazardous environments, the capacitor provides a double seal for reliable performance in low-voltage filtering and energy storage applications for demanding military and aerospace systems including weapon systems, radars, transponders, and power supplies.

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