Kekon High Voltage Capacitors
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1- 10 kV High Voltage Capacitors

Multilayer Capacitors >> HV Capacitors 1- 10 kV (Chip capacitors)
Kekon high voltage capacitors are designed according to international specification IEC (or to EIA) as
bulletthe ultrastable CG, known as NP0 (C0G) and
bulletthe stable 2R1 (X7R)

NP0 dielectric is made of ceramic materials which are not ferroelectric.
The NP0 capacitors are used in applications which require very stable characteristics with no dependence of capacitance and dissipation factor (tan
d) on time, voltage and frequency. This yields a superior stability characteristic, but relatively low capacitance. Stable 2R1 (X7R) capacitors are made from ferroelectric materials, principally barium titanate.

High voltage capacitors are specially designed for high voltage applications, such as:

High Voltage Chip Capacitors 1-10 kV
bulletDC-DC converters
bulletVoltage multipliers
bulletRadio and TV receiver
bulletOther electrical appliances where
high voltage is present
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bulletCapacitance range: up to 1mF
bulletRated voltage: up to 10kVdc
bulletSizes: from 1515 up to 7565 (download the catalog for details)
bulletCG(NPO) and 2R1 (X7R) temperature characteristics
bulletOperating temperature range - 55C to +125C
bulletCompliant to Standard IEC 384-10
NOTE: High voltage chips require more precautions be taken in applying these chips at surface mounting.
Click here to download HV Multilayer Capacitors Data Sheet
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