Devices including switches in distribution networks, circuit breakers in substations, and industrial and medical x-ray imaging equipment all employ ultra high voltage ceramic capacitors.
They achieve excellent dependability thanks to the stable voltage characteristics that paraelectric ceramics enable.
Additionally, they have mechanical strength due to their straightforward construction. They are ideal capacitors that can be utilised in a variety of situations since they are resistant to insulating liquids and activated gases.
The Global Ultra High Voltage Ceramic Capacitors 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.
An industry leader in high-performance RF and microwave signal processing and electromagnetic spectrum management solutions, APITech (API Technologies Corp.), recently announced the addition of surface mount ceramic chip capacitors for high voltage applications to their product lineup.
High voltage chip capacitors are designed for applications up to 2500VDC and include smooth output voltages and EMI-filtering technology. They fit neatly on a PCB and are tiny and lead-free.
The Vishay Cera-Mite 715CxxKT line of ceramic screw-mounting disc capacitors has been expanded to include capacitors with greater voltages up to 50 kV[DC] according to Vishay Intertechnology, Inc.
The 715CxxKT series capacitors are made with low AC and DC coefficients, a negligible piezoelectric / electrostrictive impact, and are intended to work in circuits with high peak current and high repetition rates.
The components are designed for high frequency coupling and decoupling, laser excitation, and fast repetition pulse circuitry in high voltage power supply, CO2 lasers, X-ray, welding, and other equipment where low losses and high permittivity are essential.
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