Component Management

High-CV hybrid capacitor from NIC available at Omni Pro Electronics

14th September 2022
Sheryl Miles

Omni Pro Electronics has announced NIC Components release of the NSPE-HC series of AEC-Q200 automotive-grade surface mount aluminum electrolytic capacitors.

Featuring high capacitance per case size, the NSPE-HC series is offered in five case sizes from 6.3 x 6.3 to 10 x 12.8mm (DxH).

The series covers capacitance values from 56uF to 560uF in voltage ratings of 25VDC and 35VDC over wide operating temperatures (-55°C to +105°C) with a load life rating of 5000 hours at +105°C.

The exceptional performance of the hybrid construction (polymer and liquid electrolyte) results in high ripple current ratings (up to 4Arms/100KHz), low ESR and high reliability.

The NIC Components NSPE-HC series is ideal for use in automotive, enterprise-level equipment and elecommunication/Datacom (ICT) infrastructure equipment applications.

Another advantage of the NSPE-HC series is a larger capacitance value per case size supporting smaller circuit designs, reduced part count and lower PCB costs.

The SMT cylindrical V-chip construction is halogen-free, RoHS & REACH compliant and compatible with +260°C peak Pb-free reflow soldering processes. Evaluation samples are available from New Yorker Electronics upon request.


  • High capacitance value per case size
  • Automotive grade: meets AEC-Q200
  • Low ESR & high ripple current (≤ 4A) At 100Khz / +105°C
  • 5000 hours load life rated at +105°C
  • Reflow soldering rated to +260°C
  • Available with wide anti-vibration terminations


  • 12V automotive: EPS, pumps, fans, compressors
  • Enterprise-level systems
  • Cellular – network infrastructure
  • DC/DC power circuits
  • Power control & point of load regulators

As a franchised distributor, Omni Pro Electronics supplies the full line of NIC Components Capacitors, Magnetics, Resistive Products, Circuit Protection, RF Products, Connectors & Cables and Relays.

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