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Articles Tagged with ''capacitors''

Vishay launches series of surface-mount solid tantalum chip capacitors

Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. introduced a new TANTAMOUNT® Hi-Rel COTS series of surface-mount solid tantalum chip capacitors for military and avionics applications. The industry's first such devices to feature a metal case and hermetic sealing to meet the requirements of MIL-STD-202, Method 112, Condition A, the Vishay Sprague T25 series offers low ESR down to 180 mΩ at +25 °C and 100 kHz and is available with surge current testing options in accordance with MIL-PRF-55365.


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Passive Plus and Modelithics partner develop low and ultra-low ESR capacitor models

Modelithics and Passive Plus, a valued Modelithics Vendor Partner (MVP), are pleased to announce the availability of high-accuracy simulation models for a number of Passive Plus capacitor families.  The Modelithics COMPLETE Library, now contains microwave Global™ models  for Passive Plus 0505C and 1111C Low ESR capacitors, and the 0201N, 0402N, 0603N, and 0805N ultra-low ESR capacitor families. A Passive Plus broadband capacitor model (0201BB104) has also been added, and features validation up to 65GHz. 


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Vishay Intertechnology Hi-Rel solid tantalum chip capacitors offer built-in fuse for military/aerospace systems

Vishay Intertechnology Inc. introduced a new Hi-Rel series of TANTAMOUNT® surface-mount solid tantalum molded chip capacitors for military and aerospace applications. Available with high-reliability screening and surge current testing options in accordance with MIL-PRF-55365, the Vishay Sprague T42series combines a built-in fuse for fail-safe operation with high capacitance and voltage ratings and low ESR down to 80 mΩ at +25 °C and 100 kHz. 


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