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Your perfect choice for universal or heavy duty AC/DC applications
In modern applications of power electronics, AC capacitors are among the most critical links in the chain of components when it comes to long operating life, safety and reliability of operation.
Decades of proprietary ELECTRONICON experience in metallizing capacitor films and designing high-end capacitors have created our very own Know-How, for instance in special metallizing patterns, our SINECUT slitting technology and optimized winding geometries. This enables us to design AC capacitors with a high specific ratio of capacitance to volume, high AC-voltage load capacity and outstanding suitability for high rms and surge currents.
The cylindrical capacitors of our universal AC/DC series "E62" are perfect for non-sinusoidal voltages and pulsed currents, e.g. as damping or commutation capacitors switched in parallel to a thyristor, or connected in series with a resistor (damping of undesirable voltage spikes during the switching of power semiconductors). They can be widely used as supporting, smoothing, and surge discharge capacitors, further in AC filters, a.m.o. The low loss factor of our MKP dielectric compensates to a large extent for the losses caused by the non-sinusoidal voltages.
It goes without saying that all AC capacitors may as well be used for DC applications.
The E62s are housed in a hermetically sealed aluminium can which is filled with environmentally friendly plant oil as standard; optionally many of them can also be made available with a filling of inert gas. The gas filling is not only environmentally friendly, but also permits mounting in any position, while the oil-filled capacitors should - for electrical as well as environmental considerations - always be mounted vertically.
The excellent self-healing characteristics of our film metallization and the integrated overpressure protection (" BAM ") ensure safe operation and controlled disconnection in the event of overload or failure at the end of operating life.