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
Double Metallized Film
- Higher dV/dt performance
- Higher current capabilities
Polypropylene Film / Foil
- Highest peak current support
- Highest pulse current capabilities
- No self-healing
- New R75H Single Metallized, 125 °C Series
- R76H Double Metallized, 125 °C Series
- Automotive (AEC-Q200) and harsh environmental applications.
- Temperature Humidity Bias Capability: 85°C, 85% RH, 1,000 hours up to 700 VAC – 2,000 VDC Bias
- R75H Best Performance from the market during Endurance Test at 125 °C, with 2,000 hours up to 700 VAC – 2,000 VDC.
- R76H has the Highest Irms capability per volume in the industry.