As seen in September 2017 issue of Electronic Products Magazine.
BY MARIO DIPIETRO
Product Marketing Manager, Flatpack Division
Cornell Dubilier Electronics, Inc.
Aluminum electrolytic capacitors have evolved to meet the small-footprint needs of consumer and military applications thanks to new manufacturing techniques, including laser welds that extend their life even further.
Presented by CDE at the Space Parts Working Group Forum, April 4-5, 2017
Engineers at Cornell Dubilier Electronics use simulation apps to evaluate and optimize custom capacitor designs. These apps allow design and manufacturing engineers to quickly explore configurations on-site, bypassing the complexity of the underlying computational model.
Designed for long life in harsh conditions with high capacitance at +175 °C, up to 20g vibration. Features glass-to-metal seal technology.
High-performance device handles up-to 28A RMS continuous ripple current and 20g vibration.
Cornell Dubilier Electronics, Inc. (CDE) has introduced the latest in its series of Flatpack ruggedized flat aluminum electrolytic capacitor, the MLSG. This series targets compact power supply applications in military and aerospace, as well as other critical systems. Design enhancements and a new electrolyte push the MLSG to nearly double the operating life of its predecessor, at no added cost.
The world’s only hermetic aluminum electrolytic capacitor line with a glass-to-metal seal,
now available up to 250 Vdc.
Cornell Dubilier Electronics, Inc. (CDE) introduces the world’s only hermetic aluminum electrolytic capacitor with a glass-to-metal seal. With no dry-out mechanism and high capacitance retention at low temperatures, this technology is poised to replace banks of costly wet tantalum capacitors.
Cornell Dubilier Electronics, Inc. (CDE) has introduced a ruggedized SMT Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor series, able to withstand continuous vibrations of up to 30g of stress. This durability makes the new AFK_V Series especially well-suited to military and transportation applications, as well as in robotics.