New Yorker Electronics to Distribute New High-Performance Capacitor Ideal for Extreme Conditions
11/01/2016

New United Chemi-Con Capacitor Series Guarantees 3,000 Hours of Operation at +125⁰C with Full Ripple Current in All Case Sizes

Online PR News – 01-November-2016 – NORTHVALE, NEW JERSEY - – New Yorker Electronics has just released a new miniature aluminum electrolytic capacitor series designed to hold up to intense outdoor environments, including extreme heat. United Chemi-Con’s new GXF Series of Radial Lead Type Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors addresses an industry need for a radial lead type that sustains broad voltage, wide capacitance ranges, low ESR and long life at applied ripple currents up to more than 125⁰C.rnrnWith the industry trends toward extreme temperatures in automotive power modules and high performance power supply applications, this new capacitor transforms how high-temp radials can be used in extreme environments because it offers industry leading capacitance/voltage values per cubic volume for a +125⁰C radial. rnrnUnited Chemi-Con’s new GXF series radial lead type aluminum electrolytic capacitors are recommended for smoothing and holdup for automotive modules and extreme high performance power supply applications requiring up to 400Vdc (450Vdc available) operation at high temperatures.rnrnThe GXF series also has excellent low temperature characteristics. This makes them extremely useful for outdoor applications where performance must be realized over a broad spectrum of temperatures from -40⁰C through +125⁰C.rnrnFeaturesrn• Endurance: 3,000 Hours at -40⁰C ~ 125⁰Crn• Voltage: 25VDC ~ 400VDc (450Vdc available)rn• Capacitance: 12μF to 11,000μFrn• Size: 10 x 12mmL ~ 18 x 40mmLrnrnApplicationsrn• Automotive Modules (DC/DC)rn• High-/Low-Temp Power Supply Appsrn• High-/Low-Temp Noise FilteringrnrnNew Yorker Electronics is a franchise distributor for United Chemi-Con and carries its full line of Capacitors, radial lead, SMD and snap-in aluminum electrolytic capacitors, and electric double layer capacitors.