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AVX Expands Mini-TurboCap BME Capacitor Series

AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer of passive components and interconnect solutions, has expanded its Mini-TurboCap™ and RoHS Compliant Mini-TurboCap™ Series with a new 25V rating and an extended capacitance range (up to 39µF) for its 50V parts.

Now available in 25V, 50V, and 100V, these state-of-the-art base metal electrode (BME) capacitor series exhibit extremely high volumetric efficiency (CV) in addition to ultra low ESR and ESL in a compact footprint.

Capable of conserving considerable amounts of critical board space, both Mini-TurboCap Series are ideal for I/O EMI filtering in military and COTS+ switch mode power supply applications, industrial power converters, radar systems, and aerospace power electronics, among several others. 

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Both comprised of X7R dielectric materials, the Mini-TurboCap and RoHS Compliant Mini-TurboCap Series feature an operating temperature range of -55°C to +125°C.  Capacitance values for the series’ 25V parts extend up to 82µF; for 50V parts, values extend to 39µF, and for 100V parts they extend to 8.2µF.  The two series have also been life tested to 1,000 hours at 150% of the rated voltage and +125°C. 

To access the Mini-TurboCap Series datasheet, please visit http://avx.com/docs/Catalogs/miniturbo.pdf  for the RoHS Compliant Mini-TurboCap Series datasheet, please visit http://avx.com/docs/Catalogs/miniturborohs.pdf.

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