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New MIL 39006/22/25 wet tantalum capacitors

SAMPLING NOW: The two new ranges of Exxelia MIL 39006/22/25 wet tantalum capacitors qualified to M-Level (1.0%/1000h) offer high energy density, high ripple currents and low ESR. The ranges also include a high-vibration ‘H’ version. Samples can be requested now from Charcroft Electronics....

The MIL 39006/22 (CLR79) provides from 1200μF @ 6V, to 56μF @ 125V. The MIL 39006/25 (CLR81) provides from 680μF @ 25V, to 82μF @ 125V. Both series are offered in hermetically-sealed case sizes of T1, T2, T3 and T4 and are rated for operation over a temperature range from -55°C to 125°C.

Typical applications for the MIL 39006 wet tantalum capacitors include power conversion, filtering and hold-up in avionics, defence and space systems.

MIL 39006/22

Voltage range: 6V to 125V

Capacitance range: 1.7μF to 1200μF

MIL 39006/25

Voltage range: 25V to 125V

Capacitance range: 6.8μF to 2200μF



For more information

Sample request: request@charcroft.com

Data:www.charcroft.com

Call:01591 610408

Charcroft reserves the right to decline requests for samples.

Author
Roger Tall, Passive, Hi-rel Semi & Opto Specialist, Charcroft Electronics

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