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Film capacitors, also known as plastic film capacitors, film dielectric capacitors, or polymer film capacitors, are electrical capacitors that use an insulating plastic film as the dielectric and occasionally paper to carry the electrodes. They are also known as power film capacitors and film caps.
Depending on the necessary dielectric strength, the dielectric films are pulled by a unique technique to an incredibly thin thickness before being equipped with electrodes. Film capacitor electrodes might be separate metallic foils or metallized aluminum or zinc put directly to the plastic film’s surface.
In order to save mounting space on a printed circuit board, two of these conductive layers are coiled into a cylinder-shaped winding, which is often flattened, or numerous single layers are stacked together.
The global automotive high temperature film capacitor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Teflon film capacitors from Electrocube’s new series can be used in situations that need exceptionally high temperatures. Standard tin-coated, oxygen-free solid copper leads and an extended electrode structure are used.
Epoxy Resin endfills satisfy or surpass UL94V0’s flammability criteria. RoHS and Non-RoHS are available on most devices, and compliance with international and other environmental standards is available upon request.
Leading chemical company SABIC will unveil a new, thinner gauge of its ELCRESTM HTV150A dielectric film at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC). This film capacitor can be used for film capacitors in the traction inverters, onboard chargers, and electrical compressors of hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and battery electric vehicles (xEV).
The 3-micron (m) film is thinner than SABIC’s recently unveiled 5-m film, allowing for even more volume and weight savings as well as better design flexibility thanks to the capacitor’s improved energy density. This incredibly thin film, like the 5 m ELCRES HTV150A film.
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