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Passive Plus Inc. Offers Custom Capacitor Assemblies for High Power Requirements

February 15, 2017
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Passive Plus Inc. (PPI) offers custom capacitor assemblies for high power requirements. Typical assemblies are configured in series and/or parallel combinations, producing higher voltage/current handling capabilities, extended capacitance range and tighter tolerances. PPI works with requesting engineers to determine best assembly for their applications.

Typical Applications Field: High Power RF, Medical Electronics, Broadcast, Semiconductor Manufacturing, High Magnetic Environments, Inductive Heating.

Product Features: High Operating Voltage, High Operating Current, Extended Capacitance, Tighter Tolerances, High Reliability, High Q, Ultra-low ESR, Non-Magnetic.

High Reliability: All assembly components receive 100% Partial Discharge and 100% Sonocan for internal defects prior to assembly. Final assemblies then receive 100 hour Military Burn-in, assuring highest quality and reliability. 

With over 30 years in the RF/Microwave industry, Passive Plus, Inc. manufactures high quality, high power passive components using state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques.  Specializing in Magnetic & Non-Magnetic Hi-Q/Low ESR Capacitors and Power Resistive product lines, PPI supplies reliable quality components to the Military, Medical, Semiconductor, Broadcast and Telecommunications industries. 

Contact Passive Plus directly at (631) 425-0938 or sales@passiveplus.com for quotes, pricing, orders, custom assembly requests or specific engineering questions. Visit www.passiveplus.com for more information.

 

 

 

 

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