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TTI can now deliver high-value capacitance MLCCs at 500V DC and higher.

Manufactured by Syfer, devices in the range from 500V to 1.5kV are of particular interest to power supply and DC/DC converter designers in the military, aerospace and telecoms markets.

For those seeking higher capacitance without increasing package size, the 1206 1.5kV capacitor, for example, has now been increased to 10nF, up from 2.7nF.

If physical space is critical, then Syfer’s latest devices offer the possibility of choosing a smaller case size, resulting in reduced board space requirements and lower cost.

For example a 1kV, 1nF capacitor, previously offered in a 1206 package, is now available in the 0805 case size, and a 1kV 10nF part, previously in an 1812 footprint, is now offered in a 1206 package.

The recent extensions give engineers a broader choice of high-voltage devices to optimise their designs for performance and package size.

For added reliability, Syfer offers its Flexicap polymer termination option, as an alternative to a standard plated termination.

Flexicap accommodates a greater degree of board flex than a conventional termination.

Devices meet RoHS standards with lead-free terminations.

However, for exempt applications, versions with tin-lead contacts can be supplied.

To meet the most stringent quality standards, Syfer can also offer additional testing services.

About TTI, Inc.

TTI’s philosophy is “Lead by Design”, and the company differentiates itself by focusing on people, parts and process. TTI, Inc. is a specialty distributor of passive, interconnect, relay & switch and discrete components. The company has developed a policy in Europe of being the distributor of choice for customers and suppliers alike by introducing new product technologies from key supply partners to its customers – and by stocking broad and deep across its franchise base.  TTI also operates sophisticated inventory management processes which ensure that it has the ability to service changes in component demand due to fluctuating markets and supply chains.

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