jb Dipped Metallized Polypropylene Film Capacitor For Capacitive Divider

As capacitor voltage divider in applications requiring a high capacitance stability over time, we highly suggest you to use jb new designed capacitors, specifically designed for applications in serial with the 100~240Vac main.

Features: 
For use in series with the 100~240Vac main
According to RoHS 2011/65/EU
High Capacitance stability for harsh environment.
Relevant for capacitive divider power supply, power meter, emergency lighting, thermostat, interference suppression.

Typical Capacitance and Values For Capacitive Divider:
334, 0.33uF 400VDC (230VAC) +/-10%, Pitch:15.0mm, LxTxH: (18x9x16mm) Max, Bulk Packing, RoHS
474, 0.47uF 400VDC (230VAC) +/-10%, Pitch:20.0mm, LxTxH: (23x8x15mm) Max, Bulk Packing, RoHS
394, 0.39uF 630VDC (310VAC) +/-10%, Pitch:22.5mm, LxTxH: (25x8.5x15mm) Max, Bulk Packing, RoHS

jb Popular Product JFB Metallized Polyester Film Capacitors

jb Capacitors is a Hong Kong based Metallized Polyester Film Capacitors manufacturer with a long history. We have better price in popular product JFB than your other suppliers, but with the superior quality. Special customized of Metallized Polyester Film Capacitors are available as well. Why don’t you try to work with us to reduce your costs?

JFB - Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor
Operating Temperature: 40°C~ +85°C
Rated Voltage: DC 100V (2A), 250V (2E), 400V (2G), 630V (2J).
Capacitance Range: 0.01 ~ 6.8μF
Capacitance Tolerance: ±5 %( J), ±10 %( K), ±20 %( M)
Packing: Bulk or Ammo package

Details of features, specifications and drawing of JFB are in:
http://www.jbcapacitors.com/Plastic-Film-Capacitors/JFB-Metallized-Polyester-Film-Capacitor.html

jb Ammo Package For JFV X2 104K 275VAC (UL Certificated Capacitor)

jb Capacitors offer JFV X2 capacitors with excellent Bulk package, and Ammo package with inside kink leads or Straight leads good quality and attractive prices. if you have inquiry, please send to quote freely:info@jbcapacitors.com
 
Please see our JFV X2 column here: http://www.filmcap.hk/post/34.html