High voltage multi-layer ceramic chip range gets voltage option of 630V

November 2006
Electronics Weekly;11/15/2006, Issue 2265, p29
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The article reports that electronics firm AVX Corp. has extended its range of high voltage multi-layer ceramic chips to include an industry standard voltage option of 630V. In CoG dielectric, the 630V range is available in 0805 to 3640 case size and delivers capacitance values between 10pF and 0.0047μF. Dielectric strength is a minimum 120 percent rated voltage for 53 at 50mA maximum current.


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