Spec’ing Metallized Polypropylene Film Capacitors from STK Electronics

Spec’ing Metallized Polypropylene Film Capacitors from STK Electronics

Metallized polypropylene film capacitors smooth out voltage, filter out noise, and protect circuits and users, products and installations. They’re everywhere! Home audio systems to video production facilities, power stations to pool filters, high-speed digital signal processing to hard drives. Check out thousands of film capacitors at STK Electronics, a division of Pelco Component Technologies.

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Standard Case Types

Radial Box Film Capacitor

Radial Box Film Capacitor

Radial Epoxy Dipped Film Capacitors

Radial Epoxy Dipped Film Capacitors

Axial Round Film Capacitor

Axial Round Film Capacitor

Axial Oval Film Capacitor

Axial Oval Film Capacitor

 

 

 

 

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The MP85 Series and MP88 Series are general purpose filter capacitors used in many AC and DC applications to smooth the voltage in the circuit. Applications include high-speed digital modems, metal detection equipment and audio amplifiers.

MP85 Series Metallized Polypropylene
Radial Box Radial Epoxy Dipped Axial Oval Axial round

Also available in Axial Round Capsule as MP85S. Call for info and dimensions.

MP85 Rated Voltage pdf          MP85 Parameters.pdf

MP88 Series Double Metallized (Pulse Applications)
Radial Box Radial Epoxy Dipped Axial Oval Axial Round

MP88 Rated Voltage pdf        MP88 Parameters pdf

MP90 Series capacitors are used in high voltage applications like power supplies that can see voltage spikes up to 3000 volts for milliseconds. The capacitor absorbs the voltage so there is no damage to the circuit.

MP90 Series Metallized Polypropylene Capicitors (Heavy Edge, High Current)
Radial Box Radial Epoxy Dipped Axial Oval Axial Round

MPX Series “across the line” capacitors are used to protect both the circuit and the consumer from high voltage impulses. In addition to filtering out noise, in the event of a failed circuit the MPX class X2 capacitor prevents the AC voltage from escaping the circuit, either incoming or outgoing.

MPX Series Metallized Polypropylene Capacitors
(Interference Suppression, Class X2 Safety)

Radial Box

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