Capacitors: Data book for aluminum electrolytic capacitors
A number of new snap-in series have also been introduced, which are characterized by their even more compact design and significantly improved current capabilities. Further highlights include new automotive types with more compact dimensions and higher current capabilities. In particular, these include axial and soldering star versions that are now available with a high vibrational strength of up to 60 g.
In addition, the new data book contains detailed technical descriptions. These provide development engineers with a comprehensive and up-to-date reference work, offering effective support in the selection of suitable aluminum electrolytic capacitors.
The 764-page book is available in English and can be ordered at www.epcos.com/publications under the ordering code EPC:27031-7600.
Further information on the products can be found under www.epcos.com/al_caps.
TDK Corporation is a leading electronics company based in Tokyo, Japan. It was established in 1935 to commercialize ferrite, a key material in electronic and magnetic products. TDK's portfolio includes electronic components, modules and systems* which are marketed under the product brands TDK and EPCOS, power supplies, magnetic application products as well as energy devices, flash memory application devices, and others. TDK focuses on demanding markets in the areas of information and communication technology and consumer, automotive and industrial electronics. The company has a network of design and manufacturing locations and sales offices in Asia, Europe, and in North and South America. In fiscal 2016, TDK posted total sales of USD 10.2 billion and employed about 92,000 people worldwide.
* The product portfolio includes ceramic, aluminum electrolytic and film capacitors, ferrites, inductors, high-frequency components and modules, piezo and protection components, and sensors.
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