What is the Capacitor?
When voltage is applied between facing conductors, the insulator (or space) sandwiched between them will cause dielectric polarization by electrostatic induction, thus leading to the accumulation of electric charges (charging). The capacitor is a device (part) that performs this charging and discharging of accumulated charges as its function.
5.1 Control items and influencing characteristics by kinds of products and processes
6.1 Outlined applications by kinds of dielectrics and electrodes
6.2 Concrete examples of applications
(1) Rated voltage
(2) Allowable current depending on the frequency
(3) Self temperature rise
(4) Operating temperature range
(5) In case of use for anti-noise purpose
(6) In case of use for charging/discharging circuit
(7) Beat noise
(8) In case of use for the circuit requiring severe conditions for time constant, etc.
(9) Soldering operation
(10) Comments on washing(solvent)
(11) Storing conditions
(12) In case of scrapping
- Probable causes of failure and failure mode of film capacitors
- Concrete example
- Environmental Protection
- Miniaturization by manufacturing method for unification of dielectric film formation and evaporation
- Development of higher allowable current products to enhance the superiority of low loss.
- Reduction of noise generated when AC voltage is applied
1: Technical Data No.002 Service Life of Capacitors
2: Technical Data No.039 Self-healing (Clearing)
3: Film Capacitors Characteristics
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