Before introducing KEMET plastic film capacitors, first look at the diagram below to understand the capacitors made of plastic film materials. Among the capacitors made of various materials in the market, they are distinguished according to the characteristics of various materials, and the capacitors made of plastic film capacitor materials Capacitor, the market uses its withstand voltage and capacitance specification attribute block.
KEMET Film Capacitors
Film Capacitor is also called Plastic Film Capacitor. It uses plastic film as the dielectric, and the commonly used plastics include polyethylene (Mylar), polypropylene (PP), polystyrene (PS), or polyethylene (PE) film and other plastic films. After overlapping from both ends, roll A capacitor wound into a cylindrical structure.
◎KEMET's latest thin-film technology process meets the world's latest THB Grade Ⅱ/Grade Ⅲ specification requirements.
◎KEMET's full range of products, various sizes and miniaturized products, meet the needs of various product design and application in the market.
◎Plastic capacitor application: server/solar power generation/wind power generation/industrial power supply/charging pile/electric vehicle/communication/5G base station/LED lighting/home appliance.
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Plastic capacitors are mainly used in many industries such as electronics, home appliances, communications, electric power, industry, lighting, medical treatment, electrified railways, hybrid vehicles, electric vehicles, wind power generation, solar power generation, etc. The stable development of these industries has promoted the film capacitor market growth of.
1) The applicable temperature range of plastic capacitors is relatively wide, and the temperature limit is relatively small.
2) The service life is super long, as long as it is not damaged, it can be used for a long time.
3) Self-healing function.
4) It can withstand high voltage when working.
5) The use frequency characteristics are relatively good.
1) Plastic capacitors have poor ability to withstand large currents