Lincolnwood, Ill. -- Illinois Capacitor's AVG Series of aluminum polymer capacitors offers the very low equivalent series of resistance (ESR) of polymer with greater maximum operating temperature and voltage rating. Compared to most other polymer capacitors, the AVG Series is rated at higher temperature (up to 125°C), up to 160 WVDC and is available with greater capacitance/voltage (C/V) values. The capacitors are highly stable with temperature and offer excellent high-frequency performance, which are important in high-efficiency power circuits, said Illinois Capacitor.
The new aluminum polymer capacitors deliver a number of significant advantages over conventional electrolytic capacitors, said the company. Because of their solid polymer dielectric and specialized design, these capacitors offer very low ESR and high ripple current capability. As a result, one AVG capacitor can take the place of several conventional aluminum electrolytic capacitors, reducing PCB space, added Illinois Capacitor.
The AVG Series polymer capacitors can be used in place of conventional radial lead aluminum electrolytic capacitors. They are suited for the most demanding applications including high-frequency switching power circuitry, commercial-grade LED lighting, telecommunications, high-performance graphics cards and automation.
The capacitors are available in capacitance values from 4.7 µF to 1,500 µF, at up to 160 WVDC. The operating temperature range is -55°C to +125°C, and load life is up to 2,000 hours.
Availability: Samples are available.
Pricing: Starts as low as $.23 per piece in production volumes. Contact Sales@illcap.com
Resources: Data sheet