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Ultra compact and long life EPCOS snap-in aluminium electrolytic capacitors from TDK now available through TTI, Inc.

(PresseBox) (Maisach, ) TTI, Inc., the world's largest specialist distributor of passive, discrete, connector and electromechanical components, now stocks new ultra compact and long life EPCOS snap-in aluminium electrolytic capacitors from TDK. Highly reliable and offering high ripple current capability, the B43508 series components are ideal for use in frequency converters, professional power supplies, uninterruptible power supplies, switch-mode power supplies and solar inverters.

Technical details of EPCOS B43508 series snap-in aluminium electrolytic capacitors include a rated voltage of 200V, 250V, 400V or 450V and a rated capacitance of 82µF up to 2700µF. The operating life is more than 3000 hours at 105degC. Fully RoHS compliant the devices are available in different case sizes (up to 35x55mm) for each capacitance value. Also different terminal versions are available: 2-pin snap-in versions with standard terminals (6.3 mm pin length) and short terminals (4.5 mm pin length), as well as 3-pin snap-in versions with 4.5 mm pin length. The capacitors are offered with standard PVC insulation, PET insulation or PVC insulation with additional PET insulation cap on terminal side.

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TTI's philosophy is "Lead by Design", and the company differentiates itself by focusing on people, parts and process. TTI, Inc. is a specialty distributor of passive, interconnect, relay & switch and discrete components. The company has developed a policy in Europe of being the distributor of choice for customers and suppliers alike by introducing new product technologies from key supply partners to its customers - and by stocking broad and deep across its franchise base. TTI also operates sophisticated inventory management processes which ensure that it has the ability to service changes in component demand due to fluctuating markets and supply chains.