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Film Capcitors

Plastic foil capacitors are usually divided into film capacitors and metal film capacitors.
Foil capacitors usually consist of two aluminium foil electrodes with plastic foils as dielectric. As a result, they are characterised by a higher insulation resistance and better capacitance stability compared to the metallised film capacitors.

Metallised film capacitors:
In contrast to film capacitors, which use aluminium foils as electrodes, the electrodes of metallised film capacitors consist of a thin metal layer (about 0.03 micrometres thick) deposited on the dielectric film in a vacuum. This makes the design very small and the self-healing of these types is a further advantage.

In this product category, too, it is always the application that ultimately decides on the use of the right variant.

 

Plastic foil capacitors are usually divided into film capacitors and metal film capacitors. Foil capacitors usually consist of two aluminium foil electrodes with plastic foils as dielectric.... read more »
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Film Capcitors

Plastic foil capacitors are usually divided into film capacitors and metal film capacitors.
Foil capacitors usually consist of two aluminium foil electrodes with plastic foils as dielectric. As a result, they are characterised by a higher insulation resistance and better capacitance stability compared to the metallised film capacitors.

Metallised film capacitors:
In contrast to film capacitors, which use aluminium foils as electrodes, the electrodes of metallised film capacitors consist of a thin metal layer (about 0.03 micrometres thick) deposited on the dielectric film in a vacuum. This makes the design very small and the self-healing of these types is a further advantage.

In this product category, too, it is always the application that ultimately decides on the use of the right variant.

 

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