Expanded range of metallised polypropylene film capacitors

October 17, 2017 //By Nick Flaherty
Expanded range of metallised polypropylene film capacitors
Panasonic has launched two series of enhanced DC-Link metallized polypropylene film capacitors for the power inverter and switching power supply markets.

The EZPQ and EZPE Series serve as AC-Link and DC-Link capacitors respectively and both use Panasonic’s unique patterned metallization technology. This technology delivers long-term reliability as well as fail-safe functioning for demanding applications. The patterned metallization behaves as a fuse function, disabling a segment of the metalized sheet, in effect preventing the capacitor from failing in short mode.

 In addition, the use of zinc metallic spray for electrode formation as well as aluminium metallization offers increased resistance to humidity. Forming the casing with a vacuum process utilising a Panasonic-manufactured epoxy resin, results in an even thickness with no air bubbles and eddies, further increasing humidity resistance. Both EZPQ and EZPE Series capacitors have a long product life of minimum up to 100.000 hours, a wide operating temperature range of -40°C up to +85°C, are highly reliable, flame retardant and fully RoHS compliant. The devices also benefit from low ESR values as well as low losses.

The EZPE Series products have a rated voltage of 500VDC, 800VDC, 1100VDC, or 1300VDC, a rated capacitance of 10μF up to 110μF, and a capacitance tolerance of ±10% in 2-pin and 4-pin variants. The EZPE Series is also available in a low profile series at four voltage levels between 450VDC and 630 VDC, with a capacitance range from 10uF to 66uF.

The EZPQ Series components include a rated voltage of 250VAC, a rated capacitance of 12μF to 36μF with capacitance tolerance of ±10%.

For further information on the EZPQ, EZPE and EZPE Low Profile Series of MPP Film Capacitors please visit industrial.panasonic.com


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