Holystone offers ceramic chip capacitors for power electronics applications

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Holystone International in Murrieta, Calif., is introducing the SMC and HSC series of multilayer ceramic chip capacitors for power supply, DC-DC converter, industrial control, surge and snubber, as well as filtering, smoothing, and decoupling applications. The HSC series has temperature ratings of 150, 200, and 250 degrees Celsius for switch-mode power supply filters in jet engine, engine control, and oil logging applications. The stacked design of the SMC and HSC series offers high-capacitance, and low ESR. The Holystone SMC and HSC series come in EIA size codes 1812, 2220, 1825, and 2225; all with lead frame stand-offs to prevent mechanical and thermal stress. Both series are available in J, L, and N leaded configurations for through-hole or surface-mount use. Capacitance ranges are from 470 nf to 35 µf in the 125 C rating, with rated voltages ranging from 25 to 1000 volts. Temperatures of 150 C and higher will have slightly lower nominal capacitance ratings. All these components are available with HIREL (high-reliability) screening. The entire series is RoHS-compliant. For more information, visit Holystone International online at www.holystonecaps.com.



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