KEMET Introduces New High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors

GREENVILLE, SC -- KEMET Corporation introduces its new High Temperature Radial Molded Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors which offer industry-leading performance in extreme environments and high temperature up to 200 degrees Celsius.

These capacitors are designed specifically to withstand the severe shock and vibration conditions associated with deep-well and horizontal drilling activities, and are also well-suited for use in geophysical probes, hybrid and electric motor drives, aerospace engine compartments and defense applications. The gold-plated lead wires of these components help withstand extreme temperatures while the epoxy molded case provides environmental protection and mechanical durability.

"As high temperature electronic module complexity increases, the size reduction of components becomes more and more critical," said Dr. Abhijit Gurav, KEMET Vice President of Ceramic Technology. "These new capacitors are typically smaller in size than competitor radial molded capacitors, allowing for significant downsizing and replacement opportunities. In addition, KEMET's C0G dielectric platform is RoHS compliant, exhibits high breakdown strength, low leakage, low losses and negligible loss of capacitance as temperatures and applied voltages rise to their rated values."

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