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Electrolytic capacitors for 42 V automotive use
14 August 2002, Passive Components

BCcomponents is working alongside manufacturers to customise specifications of products for use in a range of automotive applications related to the 42 V standard. The company's 100 series electrolytic capacitors is optimised for use in automotive 42 V boardnet applications, such as Integrated Starter Alternator (ISA), X-by-Wire systems and DC-DC converters for transforming 42 V down to 12 V.

The 100 series offers optimised thermal characteristics of 125°C, extreme electrical performance and vibration resistance, as well as high ripple current capability, ensuring maximum capability in dealing with the harsh automotive environment. The series can also be used in other applications, such as industrial motor controls, which demand a product with extreme thermal and electrical performance.

For more information: Avnet Kopp, 011 809 6100, sales@avnet.co.za sales@avnet.co.za


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