Wet tantalum capacitors for military, avionics, radar, and power uses introduced by Exxelia

LONGWOOD, Fla. – Exxelia USA in Longwood, Fla., is introducing the WT84 wet tantalum capacitors for military, avionics, radar, and power applications requiring high capacitance or high energy storage.

May 16th, 2018
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

LONGWOOD, Fla. – Exxelia USA in Longwood, Fla., is introducing the WT84 wet tantalum capacitors for military, avionics, radar, and power applications that require high capacitance or high energy storage.

Exxelia, moreover, has received qualification from the U.S. Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) as an approved provider of WT84 wet tantalum capacitors under the drawing DSCC 93026. Exxelia's range of wet tantalum capacitors WT84 is qualified to DSCC 93026 drawing for voltages from 25 to 125 volts.

Available in T1, T2, T3, and T4 case sizes, the family is housed in a hermetically sealed tantalum case and is designed to withstand stringent environmental constraints.

Exxelia uses continuous manufacturing improvements and high-purity tantalum powder to meet DSCC 93026, which provides high capacitance per unit volume. Compared to conventional wet tantalum capacitors, DSCC 93026 features lower ESR and higher ripple current.

DSCC 93026 is qualified for capacitance values range from 10 to 1800 microfarads at voltages from 25 to 125 volts, and with operating temperatures of -55 to 125 degrees Celsius.

For more information contact Exxelia USA online at www.exxelia.com/us.

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