New Nichicon LR, LT, LV and LH Series compact high-voltage chip capacitors now available from TTI Inc

Supplied on tape for automatic mounting: suit automotive applications, EV/HEVs, power supplies, and LED drivers

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Four new series of capacitors from Nichicon are now available from TTI, Inc., the world's leading specialist distributor of passive, connector, electromechanical and discrete components. The Nichicon LR, LT, LV and LH Series high-voltage chip capacitors are designed specifically to provide reliable performance in applications such as automotive HID/LED ballasts, power supply equipment and battery monitoring units for electric vehicles/hybrid electric vehicles, power supplies and LED drivers. Manufactured using Nichicon's unique technology, the LR, LT, LV and LH Series are compact devices available in case sizes from 8mm x 10mm up to 10mm x13.5mm.

The LR 105degC Series has a rated voltage of 160V to 500V and rated capacitance range between 2.7µF to 39µF. Operating temperature range is -40degC to +105degC. The LR Series has an operational life of 3000 hours at rated voltage. There is a long life variant, designed the LV Series, which offers a prolonged product life of 10000 hours. These devices have a rated voltage range of 160V to 450V and capacitance of 3.3µF to 33µF.

The LT Series is designed for temperatures up to 125degC over a voltage range of 160V-450V with a capacitance of 3.3µF to 33µF. Product life is 2000 hours at 125degC. For applications requiring a longer operating life, Nishicon's LH Series also has a category temperature range of -40degC to 125degC, but offers double the operating life of the LT Series at 4000 hours and capacitance of 2.2µF to 27µF.
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