jb Capacitors Offer 5000H at 105°C SMD Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor- JCL

Our line of chip SMD Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors is one of the most extensive offerings in the industry. jb capacitors JCE series supports, with capacitance ranges that start at 0.1uF and extend all the way up to 1500uF,.wide temperature range from -55°C to +105 °C, load life of 3000-5000 H and comply with the RoHS directive. Surface mount aluminum electrolytic capacitors do not have leads.  These parts come on tape and reel and can be mounted and soldered on a PCBA at very high speeds.

We provide a variety of styles including V-chip HVC Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, SMD type (Vertical) HVS Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, V-chip HVG Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, V-chip HVF Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, SMD type (Vertical) HVM Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, V-chip HVX Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, each customizable with features like extended life, low leakage, high temperature and Low ESR allowing jb to provide solutions for every design.

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jb Plastic Film Capacitor—Dielectric Types

Film Capacitors are Non polarized, and may be used in AC or DC circuits.
Typical values range form 1000pF to 1uF for Polyerster Film, and 0.01uF to 18uF for Metallized Film capacitors. Standard Film Capacitor values change in multiples of 10, 12, 15, 18, 22, 27, 33, 39, 47, 56, 68, 82.

Normal Temperature Coefficient [TC] for Film Capacitors is +7%.

  • Mylar: has a wide temperature change of 20% over -55 to +125°C. Moisture absorption is half that of paper.
    Mylar is the same as polyester. The term Mylar is a trade name.
  • Polycarbonate: Out performs Mylar in all areas. Low Power factor, works best with AC. Polycarbonate has a low temperature drift (graph below), dissipation factor, and dielectric absorption. Use polyphenylene sulfide as a possible replacement.
  • Polyester: Replaces paper for many applications, and smaller in size. Polyester does not have the moisture problem that paper does, but does have a worse tolerance, at 20% ~ over -55 to +125°C. May also be called PETE, or PETP. The Polyester Dielectric has an Absorption of around 0.20%.
  • Polypropylene: It has negative temperature coefficient.
  • Polysulfone: Has a very high operating temperature of +170°C.
  • Polystyrene: Will only work to +65°C. It has a flat to negative temperature coefficient.
  • Teflon: Has a very high operating temperature of +170°C.