Su Suntan Mylar TS01 series Introduction

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We introduce our Mylar film capacitor TS01 series, which could be used in lighting industry widely. 
With the features as following: 
 
1. Good reputation in use with consumer & industrial electronics.
2. Optimum for automatic insertion due to their small size and light weight.
3. Coated with epoxy resin for superior heat resistance, humidity resistance and solvent resistance.
 
Operating Temperature  -40°C to + 85°C
Rated Voltage  DC 100V,250V,400V,630V,1000V,1200V
Capacitance Range  0.001 TO 0.22µF
Capacitance Tolerance    ±5%, ±10%, ±20%
Insulation Resistance       0.1μF ≤30,000 MΩ; Min, >0.1μF >15000 MΩ;
Dissipation Factor   ≤0.1 (at 1KHz)
Dielectric Strength  200% of rated voltage for 5sec.

Welcome to contat us to know more about it.

Su Suntan Mylar TS01 series Introduction

Suntan’s Small Size Plastic Film Capacitors – TS01 & TS03

January 4, 2018 Views
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If you are interested in small size plastic film capacitors, we would recommend our TS01 and TS03 to you.

TS01 is a Mylar cap with operating temperature 85’C and inductive welded construction.
It is coated with epoxy resin for superior heat resistance, humidity resistance and solvent resistance.

TS03 is a metallized polyester film cap with non-inductive construction and epoxy dip coated.
It has excellent self-healing property and reliability, and also low dissipation factor.

You can check their datasheets for more details:
TS01: http://www.suntan.com.hk/pdf/Plastic-Film-Capacitors/TS01.pdf
TS03: http://www.suntan.com.hk/pdf/Plastic-Film-Capacitors/TS03.pdf

As for price, please contact our sales at sales@suntan.com.hk
Looking forward to your inquiries.

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Suntan Best Polyester Film Mylar Capacitor TS01

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Suntan mylar capacitor uses mylar, which is a type of high temperature polyester film because of its dielectric. It is typically very stable and able to operate over a wide range of temperatures. This type is a common choice for instrumentation equipment, also high quality audio and communications equipment. There may be various shapes, sizes and styles of construction but possibly the longest lived and most recognizable style is the green or brown resin-dipped radial type, which coupled with a small physical size makes it readily suitable for circuit boards. Now, we would like to share some information of Suntan best 
Polyester Film Mylar Capacitor TS01 to you.

Specifications:

Operating Temperature: -40°C to + 85°C;
Rated Voltage: DC 100V, 250V, 400V, 630V, 1000V, 1200V;
Capacitance Range: 0.00027 to 0.47μF;
Capacitance Tolerance: ±5%, ±10%, ±20%.

Features:

Good reputation in use with consumer & industrial electronics;
Optimum for automatic insertion due to their small size and light weight;
Coated with epoxy resin for superior heat resistance, humidity resistance and solvent resistance.

Welcome to contact our sales 
sales@suntan.com.hk to get more details about Polyester Film Mylar Capacitor TS01 and place your order when you need. Thank you!

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Suntan Mylar Capacitor - TS01

October 16, 2013 Views
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Suntan Technology Company Limited
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Suntan is a Hong Kong based manufacturer of Plastic Film Capacitors, including Green Polyester Film Capacitor, Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor, Mini BOX metallized Film Capacitor, X2 Capacitor, Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor and Polystyrene Film Capacitor etc. 

Today, we will intronduce one of them. It is Mylar Capacitor TS01. Today, we will introduce one of them. That is Mylar Capacitor TS01. Because Mylar Capacitor TS01 Structure is Polyester film as dielectric, inductive construction, epoxy resin dip sealed; therefore, it has excellent insulation and heat proof, low loss, small size, good capacitance stability. And TS01 extensively applies to DC and pulse circuits of broadcasting and TV sets, all kinds of instruments and communication equipment.

Specifications

Mylar Capacitor TS01

Operating Temperature

-40°C to + 85°C

Rated Voltage

DC 100V,250V,400V,630V,1000V,1200V

Capacitance Range

0.00027 to 0.47μF

Capacitance Tolerance

±5%, ±10%, ±20%

Insulation Resistance

0.1μF ≤30,000 MΩ; Min, >0.1μF >15000 MΩ;

Dissipation Factor

≤0.1 (at 1KHz)

Dielectric Strength

200% of rated voltage for 5sec.

If you want to know more information, please click below link.
http://www.suntan.com.hk/Plastic-Film-Capacitors/Mylar-Capacitor.html

Suntan Plastic Film Capacitors 5

March 7, 2012 Views
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Suntan Technology Company Limited
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Suntan is a Hong Kong based manufacturer of Plastic Film Capacitors, including Green Polyester Film Capacitor, Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor, Mini BOX metallized Film Capacitor, X2 Capacitor, Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor and Polystyrene Film Capacitor etc. Please refer to below product list of Plastic Film Capacitors.

Mylar Film Capacitor TS01
INDUCTIVE WELDED CONSTRUCTION EPOXY DIP COATED
Mylar Capacitor TS01 Features
1. Good reputation in use with consumer & industrial electronics.
2. Optimum for automatic insertion due to their small size and light weight.
3. Coated with epoxy resin for superior heat resistance, humidity resistance and solvent resistance.

Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor - TS02
NON-INDUCTIVE, EXTENDED FOIL, DIP COATED, HIGH MOISTURE RESISTANCE
Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor Features
1. High reliable with its Self-Healing performance.
2. Coated with epoxy resin for superior heat resistance, humidity resistance and solvent resistance.
3. Good reputation in use with filtering, DC blocking coupling and general communication equipment.

Miniature Size Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor - TS03
MINIATURE SIZE, NON-INDUCTIVE, EPOXY DIP COATED
Miniature Size Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor Features
1. The small size can be compared favourably with the staked film capacitor.
2. Excellent self-healing property and reliability.
3. Low dissipation factor.
4. Epoxy resin powder coating provides the identical outer appearance.

Polyester Film Capacitor - Epoxy Dip Coated - Non-Inductive - TS03Q
POLYESTER FILM CAPACITOR – EPOXY DIP COATED - NON-INDUCTIVE
DESIGNED FOR HIGH DENSITY INSERTION APPLICATIONS
Polyester Film Capacitor - Epoxy Dip Coated - Non-Inductive Features
1. Small size.
2. Excellent electric characteristics in non-inductive construction.
3. RoHS directive compliant.

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Su Suntan History of the Capacitor

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KEMET Introduces The First 35-Volt Rated Polymer Tantalum Capacitor

February 1, 2009 Views
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Greenville, SC - KEMET Corporation announced the release of the first ever 35V rated surface mount polymer tantalum chip capacitor.

Since their introduction in the '90s, polymer tantalum capacitors have become a popular choice for capacitance solutions in portable consumer electronics due to their low ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance), high reliability, volumetric efficiency, low profile design and benign failure mode. To date, these devices have been most commonly used in applications at or below 14V and are limited to voltage applications that cannot exceed 20V of continuous duty. These voltage restrictions are driven by limitations in the materials of construction and manufacturing processes that have until today prevented the industry from achieving higher voltage ratings.

"This first-to-market technology represents a significant breakthrough for design engineers," stated Dr. Philip Lessner, KEMET's CTO and Chief Scientist. "Military, aerospace, power supplies and industrial applications will all benefit from this advancement. Our first significant order has been placed by a U.S. military contractor to enhance the performance of a key communications network system that is used by multiple defense agencies around the world," continued Lessner.

By overcoming these voltage limitations through advances in materials and manufacturing processes, KEMET has successfully constructed and qualified the first polymer tantalum capacitors suitable for applications of up to 25V of continuous duty. In addition, these devices have demonstrated surge voltage handling capabilities in excess of 46V. This increase in voltage rating now provides designers working with higher voltage applications, such as 20V to 24V power input rails, with the option of incorporating polymer tantalum technology into new designs as opposed to settling for capacitance technologies that do not offer similar performance advantages.

Designated as the T521 Series, KEMET's initial offering of this new series includes the popular low profile V Case Size (7.3mm x 4.3mm x 1.9mm) with a capacitance rating of 15uF and maximum ESR ratings of 125 milliohms. Future releases will include higher case heights (7.3mm x 4.3mm x 3.0mm) with target capacitance values of 22uF and 33uF as well as smaller footprints (3.5mm x 2.8mm x 2.0mm) targeting application voltages of 6.8uF and less.

Sample quantities are available upon request through your local KEMET Representatives. Mass production quantities are available in increments of 1000 pieces.

Su Suntan A Bad Capacitor Story Ends Happily

January 31, 2009 Views
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I worked as a design engineer for an optical-telecom company that had deployed 1000 pieces of equipment worldwide. Having so many modules in the field means a trickle of returns, and it was my job to investigate the failures. One investigation taught me a wonderful lesson.

I received a module whose source of failure was easily identifiable: a charred tantalum capacitor. It failed short, making the whole multithousand-dollar module nonoperational. This surface-mount capacitor—with a 7343 footprint and 20V rating—was sitting on a 12V-dc plane. This failure rate of one capacitor in about 10,000 pieces in this time span was well below the statistical prediction. I took a picture of the fallen capacitor and considered the case closed.

In a few weeks, a customer returned a similar module with a charred and shorted capacitor in the same location. Even including this case, the failure rate was still below statistical prediction. I knew there were five more identical capacitors on the board, sitting in parallel on the same 12V-dc plane. In addition to the module's failure rate, I now had a one-in-six chance with the capacitors. So, I took another picture. I wrote a report to calm upper management, but I had a feeling that I'd better study reliability calculation in general and reliability for tantalum capacitors in particular, and the faster, the better.

In another few weeks, I received another failed module. The same capacitor looked bad. I had by now done my studying and could intimidate other people by saying long and complicated sentences about reliability, but why was it always the same capacitor? Overvoltage? Spikes? No way. The same plane contained plenty of sensitive stuff that would fry well before the capacitor even felt it. Having nothing better, I clung to the theory of excessive ripple current.

The idea of a temperature rise due to ripple current causing the failure gained traction when all three photos of the fallen capacitors revealed a common condition: almost no solder on each negative terminal. The electrical connection was still good, but there was little solder. The capacitor's positive terminal was fine with a fair amount of curvature-profiled solder. I started to promote the idea that the lack of solder had caused impeded thermal contact, but it was only wishful thinking. I calculated the worst ripple current: 10% of the maximum rating. On an operational board, I got less than 5%.

I had already dismissed other ideas—from excessive humidity to airflow turbulence. Suddenly, the picture of the layout popped up in my mind. The layout sections for the five good capacitors were identical: Vias were close to both terminals going down to an internal layer. The bad capacitor had a via at the positive terminal, but, at the negative end, there was a heavy trace going inside the footprint, beneath the capacitor, and only then outside. That's when I knew how to fit together all the pieces of the puzzle.

On the positive terminal, the solder stayed where it was supposed to, clinching the terminal to the PCB (printed-circuit board). On the negative side, however, during assembly, the melted solder drifted under the capacitor and solidified, lifting the negative end and bending the capacitor just enough to create a microcrack—a capacitor's well-known nemesis. I never felt as much excitement writing a technical report as I did the next day.

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