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JYT - SMD Ceramic Chip Capacitor (High Voltage)

jb Capacitors Company designs and manufactures Multilayer (mono) Axial & Radial Ceramic Capacitors. JYT series SMD is widely used in Analog & Digital Modems, LAN/WAN Interface, Lighting Ballast Circuits, Voltage Multipliers, DC-DC Converter, Back-lighting Inverters. We supply high quality Multilayer (mono) Axial & Radial Ceramic Capacitors to you.

JYT - SMD Ceramic Chip Capacitor (High Voltage) Features

  • Excellent Break down voltage, low DF
  • Suit to re-flow soldering, wave soldering, hand soldering
  • a surface-mount high-voltage Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor with Ni and Sn plated terminations.
  • can withstand higher voltage and lower leakage characteristics than typical surface mount filters.
  • smaller, thinner, lighter,and can easily be placed on a PCB.

JYT - SMD Ceramic Chip Capacitor (High Voltage) Applications

• Military power supplies,Igniters
• Industrial control applications
• Medical pulse applications
• AC/DC waveform smoothing
• Power generation and energy storage,Electric motors
Pulse power/weapons

JYT - SMD Ceramic Chip Capacitor (High Voltage) Parameters PDF

JYT - SMD Ceramic Chip Capacitor (High Voltage) Specifications

Dielectris & Values NPO X7R X5R X7T X7S X6S Y5V consult product pages of catalog for cap ranges and voltage rating JYS-Multilayer-Ceramic-Capacitor-SMD
Terminations Tin / Nickel
Voltage 100, 200, 250, 500, 630, 1000, 2000 VDC
Capacitance 0.2pF ~ 4.7uF
Tolerance ±0.1pF ~ +80-20%
Operating Temperature Range NPO, X7R, X7T, X7S: -55 ~ +125℃;X6S: -55 ~ +105℃;
X5R: -55 ~ +85℃;Y5V: -30 ~ +85℃

JYT - SMD Ceramic Chip Capacitor (High Voltage) Introduction

Multilayer ceramic capacitors are available in a variety of physical sizes and configurations, including leaded devices and surface mounted chips. Leaded styles include molded and conformally coated parts with axial and radial leads. However, the basic capacitor element is similar for all styles. It is called a chip and consists of formulated dielectric materials which have been cast into thin layers, interspersed with metal electrodes alternately exposed on opposite edges of the laminated structure. The entire structure is fired at high temperature to produce a monolithic block which provides high capacitance values in a small physical volume. After firing, conductive terminations are applied to opposite ends of the chip to make contact with the exposed electrodes. Termination materials and methods vary depending on the intended use.