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Characteristics of ceramic capacitors

Characteristics of ceramic capacitors ① Since the dielectric material of the capacitor is Taowa, it has good heat resistance and is not easy to age. ②Porcelain dielectric capacitors can withstand acid, alkali and salt corrosion, and have good corrosion resistance. ③ The low-frequency ceramic material has a large dielectric constant, so the low-frequency ceramic capacitor has [...]

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Structure and characteristics of polystyrene capacitors

Polystyrene capacitors belong to the category of organic film capacitors, and their dielectric is polystyrene film, and there are two types of electrodes: metal foil type and metal film type. Since the polystyrene film is a heat-shrinkable oriented film, the wound capacitor can be made into a non-sealed structure by the method of self-heat shrinkage polymerization. [...]

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The structure and characteristics of polypropylene film capacitors

Polypropylene film capacitors belong to the category of organic film capacitors. Its dielectric is polypropylene film. There are two types of electrodes: metal sink type and metal film type. The coiled capacitor core is encapsulated with epoxy resin or packed into plastic and metal casings. In the package. Polypropylene capacitors made with metal film electrodes are [...]

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The difference between patch and plug-in electrolytic capacitor

In electronic components, we often consider some products. Is it better to choose a patch or a plug-in electrolytic capacitor? How to choose? How to choose electronic components that are more suitable for us according to the development of the market? Let's talk about the fundamental difference between chip electrolytic capacitors and plug-in electrolytic capacitors. What [...]

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bypass capacitors introduction

The bypass capacitors is a capacitor that can bypass and filter high frequency components in alternating current mixed with high frequency current and low frequency current. The main function of the bypass capacitors is to generate an AC shunt to eliminate unnecessary energy that enters the susceptible area. That is, when the signal mixed with high [...]

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