New Yorker Electronics expands capacitor offerings
New Yorker Electronics is expanding its CUBISIC capacitor range with Exxelia’s HTLP (High Temperature Low Profile) aluminum electrolytic capacitor.
This CUBISIC HTLP offers, in a thin rectangular packaging combined with a high temperature resistance (-55° → +125°C).
Exxelia, a global manufacturer of complex passive components and subsystems for harsh environments, has acknowledged that this low-profile capacitor offers up to 60-percent more capacity than any other rectangular electrolytic capacitor on the market, in the same volume, while having a 5,000-hour life span. By covering such a broad temperature range, the CUBISIC HTLP is designed to provide exceptional performance in extreme temperatures, compatible with the most severe military and aerospace applications.
Engineers facing complex design requirements and looking for an easily integrated product will gain space and reliability from improved materials that are fully REACH-compliant. The CUBISIC HTLP withstands 20g vibration and is low-pressure qualified, making it compatible to 92,000 feet in altitude. It is ideally suited for integration into cockpits, actuators, and power generation in commercial and military aircraft as well as radar and laser systems. It offers 5,000 hours of service life, rated at 125°C and the series provides capacitances ranges from 140μF to 58 000μF and voltages from 7.5V to 350V.
Features & Benefits:
- Up to 60% more capacitance than any other rectangular capacitor on the market
- Designed to offer excellent performance at high temperatures (55°C to +125°C)
- Super Low Profile, super thin
- Highest Energy Density
- Longest Lifetime of its category
- Up to 20G Vibrations
- Low pressure @92,000 feet
- Possible mounting with 45 x 12 bracket (A691057)
- Military & Commercial Aircraft
- Laser Systems
- Radar Systems
- Energy storage
- Hermetic case with laser welding
- Low profile printed circuit mounting
As a franchised distributor, New Yorker Electronics supplies Exxelia Film, Mica, Tantalum, Aluminum Electrolytics and Ceramic Capacitors as well as its EMI/RFI Filters, Magnetics, Position Sensors, Slip Rings and Rotary Joints.