Suntan Multilayer SMD Ceramic Capacitors

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Dear Customers,

Kindly note that the lead time of the MLCC( Multilayer SMD Ceramic Capacitors) is much better than the previous one.
We have all range of values. Please find the below link for more detailed information on the specification and feel free to send the email to &

Suntan Varistors

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Do you buy any Varistors?
Varistors are often used to protect circuits against excessive transient voltages, many of our customers ask about this series recently.
Suntan offer Dipped type & SMD type of Varistors to meet our customers’ need, welcome to check price with us if any requirement!

Suntan Dipped Varistor - TSV:
Suntan SMD Varistor - TSVC:

Suntan Hot-selling Series Recommendations

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I will recommend our hot-selling series for your reference.
If you are interested in any kind of them, contact our sales team.
Suntan’s popular product line:
1.Plastic Film Capacitors

Suntan TSV Varistor Ammo Package

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Suntan is with very good support for Multilayer Metal Oxide Chip Varistor. This products is featured with Low firing, Sliver diffusion, Grain resistance, Electrical properties and it is widely used in cellular telephones and automotive electronic subassemblies.

Standard Operating temperature for this product is -55~ +125°C; Working Voltage is 3.3V--68V and it is Low Leakage Current, ROHS compliant.

Suntan also offer TSV Dip Varistor. Size code: TSV05D, TSV07D, TSV10D, TSV14D,  TSV20D, 
Item code: 182K, 152K, 112K, 102K, 911K, 821K, 781K, 751K, 681K, 621K, 561K, 511K, 471K, 431K, 391K, 361K, 331K, 301K, 271K, 241K, 221K, 201K, 181K, 151K, 121K, 101K, 820K, 680K, 560K, 470K, 390K, 330K, 270K, 220K, 180L.

Suntan TSV varistor has bulk (standard), taped versions on reel or in Ammo pack upon request .
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Suntan MOV Under Strongest Support Now

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Suntan dipped varistor TSV series now is under strongest support on technical, price and delivery! Currently we have complete certification including cUL, UL, VDE and RoHS 2.0. We offer full range of dimension, varistor voltage and both bulk and ammo packing and Tape Reel packing. Besides, we can customize for customers to meet different technical requirement like cut leads or crimped leads. Welcome to contact Suntan professional sales for detailed information!

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Su Suntan Capacitor History

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In October 1745, Ewald Georg von Kleist of Pomerania in Germany found that charge could be stored by connecting a generator by a wire to a volume of water in a hand-held glass jar. Von Kleist's hand and the water acted as conductors and the jar as a dielectric. Von Kleist found that after removing the generator, touching the wire resulted in a spark. In a letter describing the experiment, he said "I would not take a second shock for the kingdom of France." The following year, the Dutch physicist Pieter van Musschenbroek invented a similar capacitor, which was named the Leyden jar, after the University of Leyden where he worked. Daniel Gralath was the first to combine several jars in parallel into a "battery" to increase the charge storage capacity.

Benjamin Franklin investigated the Leyden jar, and proved that the charge was stored on the glass, not in the water as others had assumed Leyden jars began to be made by coating the inside and outside of jars with metal foil, leaving a space at the mouth to prevent arcing between the foils. The earliest unit of capacitance was the 'jar', equivalent to about 1 nanofarad.

Leyden jar or flat glass plate construction was used exclusively up until about 1900, when the invention of wireless (radio) created a demand for standard capacitors, and the steady move to higher frequencies required capacitors with lower inductance. A more compact construction began to be used of a flexible dielectric sheet such as oiled paper sandwiched between sheets of metal foil, rolled or folded into a small package.

Early capacitors were also known as condensers, a term that is still occasionally used today. It was coined by Alessandro Volta in 1782 (derived from the Italian condensatore), with reference to the device's ability to store a higher density of electric charge than a normal isolated conductor. Most non-English European languages still use a word derived from "condensatore".
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