Surface mount ceramic capacitors, such as MLCCs, for use in Defense and Aerospace applications usually require a superior level of reliability. To achieve high reliability, capacitor suppliers follow MIL-PRF standards for manufacturing, processing, qualification, and testing and are tightly controlled for design changes and material traceability.
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We recognize that here at KEMET—the demand for high-quality, precision leaded components is still strong and we continue to serve that market. Part of what has enabled our longevity over the past 100 years is the leaded components that some of our competitors have forgotten about or outright chosen to ignore. Our Aximax and Goldmax lines of leaded ceramic capacitors still have a place at KEMET and within the market.
Although it's been quiet, there's a lot going on at KAIC. This month's Slice of KAIC gives you an inside look at our upcoming series releases as well as what's been cooking inside KAIC.
The primary job of a capacitor is to store charge and later to release that charge for another part of the circuit. This charging and discharging behavior is determined by several factors - not just what is placed next to the capacitor, but also by some non-idealities within any real-world capacitor itself.