jb Tell You More Application for JYA, JYC Series Ceramic Capacitor's Application

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Let’s tell you more about our JYA and JYC series Ceramic capacitor’s application today, please find details as below: 

JYA--Y1 and Y2 Safety Standard Recognized Capacitors
Class X2 and Y2 are the most commonly used safety-certified capacitors. Whereas X2 and Y2 caps are appropriate for household applications, X1 and Y1 safety capacitors are used in industrial settings.
Y Capacitors: Also known as "line to ground capacitors" (line bypass.)
Y capacitors are used in applications where failure of the capacitor could lead to the danger of electrical shock to the user, if the ground connection is lost.

Typical Applications:
Line disturbances suppression, Motors and motor controls, Relays, Switching power supplies, Inverters, Line-to-line (Class X) filtering, Line-to-ground (Class Y) filtering, Antenna coupling, Primary and secondary coupling, Network and security protection, audio visual product, Home Appliance, new energy, Industry automation, LED….

JYC--High Voltage Ceramic Radial Type Disc Capacitors
Applications: High Voltage Ceramic Disc Capacitors are specially designed for high voltage applications, such as:

• DC-DC converters, Voltage multipliers.
• Radio and TV receiver, Modems, Interfaces, TV and monitors.
• Other electrical appliances where high voltage is present.
• High voltage power supplies, HV power supplies.
• Electrostatic coating, Arc spray and sputtering, Electrostatic cleaning power supplies, Ion generator power sources.
• High voltage power supplies for x-ray sources and pulsed lasers: Baggage scanner, Medical x-ray, Industrial laser.

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jb High Voltage Metallized Polypropylene Capacitor JFP

jb has superiority in price of high voltage Metallized Polypropylene Capacitor JFP. JFP is a miniature, high reliable, large-current loading and excellent high-frequency performance capacitor and it most suitable for high voltage, electronic ballast and pulse in the horizontal resonance circuit of color TV sets.

Features:
Extended foil, flame retardant epoxy coated.Ideal for high AC current applizations, such as CRT 
deflection for R-F generators and pulse-forming networks.
Coated with flame retardative epoxy resin which provides from humidity and mechanical damage.
Temperature coefficient is negative and variety linear over the operation temperature.

JFP Datasheet: 
http://www.jbcapacitors.com/Plastic-Film-Capacitors/JFP-High-Voltage-Metallized-Polypropylene-Film-Capacitor.html

jb High Voltage MKP Film Capacitors

jb Capacitors Company produce high voltage MKP film capacitors, very good quality and good prices.

JFP - High voltage MKP Film capacitors, CBB81(K78-2)

Features: 
• Extended foil, flam retardant epoxy coated
• Ideal for high AC current applications, such as CRT deflection for R-F generators
• Coated with flame retarardative epoxy resin which provides from humidity and mechanical damage
• Temperature coefficient is negative and variety linear over the operation temperature

Temperature: -40°C~+85°C
Rated voltage: 1000V,1250V, 1600V, 2000V.DC
Capacitance Range: 1000pF ~ 0.015uF  (higher value available upon request)

jb Coupling Capacitors in Series and Parallel

In theory, capacitors can be coupled both in series and parallel. If you need a 100MF cap and have two at 50MF, you can connect them in parallel, and that will give you 100MF (and same voltage rating as each). If you couple them in series, you get half the capacitance, and double voltage rating. But coupling electrolytic capacitors in series to get higher voltage rating must generally be discouraged. For this to work, you must be sure that the two (or more) caps share the voltage load properly; a resistor network can augment this, but if leakage currents are markedly different or the capacitors age differently, you are looking at a potential disaster, so do this only as a last resort, if at all.