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Must Read: A slim capacitor for EV chargers, LED lighting

Posted:  Jan 2, 2014 1:49 PM
 

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Slim film capacitors deliver industry's broadest CV range for EV chargers, LED drives
  
Download Free>>http://www.eetindia.co.in/WHITEPAPER_1000018746.HTM
  
Vishay's metallized DC polypropylene film capacitors offer capacitances ranging from 2µF to 100µF and voltage ratings of 500VDC, 700VDC and 1kVDC.
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Key Benefits:
• Slim design – a profile as low as 12mm
• High CV product
• Long useful life time
• High ripple current capabilities
• Low ESR, low ESL
• Operating temperature up to 105°C
 
Applications:
• LED street lighting
• Battery chargers for electrical vehicles 
• On-board chargers for hybrid electrical vehicles
• Renewable energy sources such as solar micro-inverters
  
Want to find out how they suit your application? Get the full specifications from Vishay.
 
Download Link>>http://www.eetindia.co.in/WHITEPAPER_1000018746.HTM
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Posted:  Jan 6, 2014 2:19 PM
 

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