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Charged EVs | Cornell Dubilier introduces Y2 class interference suppressor capacitors


Cornell Dubilier Electronics, a US-based producer of capacitors, has developed a brand new sequence of Y2 EMI/RFI suppression capacitors designed for harsh environments.

The MYH capacitor sequence is AEC-Q200 licensed, meets a 2,000-hour Temperature, Humidity, Bias (THB) life check and is utilized in motors, automated meter readers (AMRs), uninterruptible energy provides (UPS), charging programs and home equipment.

The road-to-ground capacitors filter out electromagnetic noise and have a number of worldwide security company approvals. The two,000-hour THB check carried out at 85° C and 85% relative humidity at rated voltage subjected the elements to twice the business normal check hours required to satisfy IEC 60834, Class III-B for THB, the corporate stated.

Capacitance values vary from 0.001 to 1 µF in 29 normal values, at 300 V AC, 50/60 Hz. Their working temperature vary is from -40° C to +110° C. The sequence has UL, CSA and VDE security and efficiency certifications for Y2, line-to-ground functions.

Supply: Cornell Dubilier Electronics





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