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High-capacitance, high-temperature wet tantalum capacitors

The new Exxelia ST79HT200 wet tantalum capacitors from Charcroft, combine capacitance values up to 1800μF with an operating temperature range from -55 to 200°C. Samples of the ST79HT200 can be requested now for qualified applications.

Based on Exxelia’s proven ST79 series, the ST79HT200 wet tantalum capacitors provide a higher temperature capability for space-constrained applications which need robust capacitors with a very high CV. This combination of high capacitance and high-temperature capability, with hermetically-sealed cases and polarised design, makes the ST79HT200 series suitable for aeronautic, defence and space applications.

The series is manufactured in accordance with DSCC Drawing 93026 and offers the ability to withstand the high levels of shock and vibration.


Capacitance range: 10 to 1800μF

Temperature range: -55 to 200°C

Voltage range: 25 to 125V

Low leakage current

Polarised design

Request a Sample
To request a sample of an ST79HT200 capacitor, email details of your intended application to:

Samples are available to customers with qualified applications and Charcroft reserves the right to decline applications for samples.

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