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Pulse capacitors are defined as polypropylene film capacitors  for applications that use the stable low dissipation factors required  to handle high dV/dt and high ripple currents in power conversion applications. The construction of the pulse capacitor have the following advantages:

Single Metallized Film

  • High energy density
  • High voltage and high current
  • Self-healing

Double Metallized Film

  • Higher dV/dt performance
  • Higher current capabilities
  • Self-healing

Polypropylene Film / Foil

  • Highest peak current support
  • Highest pulse current capabilities
  • No self-healing

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