New Hybrid Construction Aluminium Electrolytic Capacitors

NIC Components presents new NSPE-TC Series with AEC-Q200

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NIC Components, a leader in performance passives, is pleased to announce the release of NSPE-TC series featuring the maximum capacitance value per case size obtainable today.

Hybrid capacitors incorporate the best elements of both solid polymer and liquid electrolyte construction to achieve ultra-low ESR, high ripple current ratings, low leakage current and superior stability over voltage and temperature.

The NSPE-TC series meets the requirements of AEC-Q200 and suggested for use in automotive grade applications or where higher quality components may be required.

The advanced aluminium foil technology used in NSPE-TC series results in improved volumetric efficiency to meet the requirements of high-density designs, support lower profile applications and reduce the size of PCB assemblies. Case sizes ranging from 8mm X 10.5mm to 10.5mm X 12.5mm V-Chip constructions. Capacitance values range from 33uF ~ 560uF in 25V and 35V ratings.

Operating temperature for the NSPE-TC series is -55°C ~ +125°C with load life endurance rating of 4,000 hours at +125°C.

The new hybrid capacitor meets PB-Free reflow conditions up to 260°C and is RoHS Compliant without exemptions, halogen free and REACH compliant.

Together with NIC's high current power inductors and specialty resistors the NSPE-TC series is ideal for use in high current DC/DC converters, in dash automotive applications, embedded computing and outdoor lighting & displays.

All parts are available at wts // electronic components GmbH.
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