//Celem Power Capacitors|Medium frequency capacitors (3-50 kHz)
C500T.
//Celem Power Capacitors|Medium frequency capacitors (3-50 kHz)
C500T.

C500T represents the latest technology in polypropylene capacitors. Its novel composition and structure enable it to supply twice the reactive power with the same external dimensions as the old C200T, hence a capacitor bank can be realized with half the space and about half the price.
C500T exists in capacitances between 1.4-37µF allowing voltages up to 1100V.

With the best cost per kVAr ratio of all Celem capacitors, the C500T offers outstanding value in the medium frequency range.This capacitor is a major building block in induction heating as well as wireless high power transfer for automotive applications.

Standard applications: induction heating, resonant circuits, medical imaging, heat treatment, plasma applications, wireless power transfer, EV (electric vehicle) charging, IPT, high frequency inverters, etc.

Features:

  • Polypropylene Conduction-cooled capacitor
  • High Power Self-Healing capacitor
  • Low ESR
  • Low losses
  • UL94-V0 available upon request. 

The C500T capacitor complies with RoHS.

More info.

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