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Hi-rel solutions for Military applications


Optimum reliability, high temperature, MIL-qualified


When reliability is paramount, look for specialist knowledge and support. Knowles Precision Devices can provide the solution with their range of high-rel, high-temp, MIL-qualified products.


High-reliability X7R


• A range of MLC chip capacitors in stable EIA Class II dielectric


• Special testing for long-term reliability


• Units may be tested in accordance with MIL-PRF-55681, MIL-PRF-123, MIL-PRF-49467


• Inspected to ensure conformance to strict performance criteria


• Low ESR, high capacitance, RoHS compliant


HiT range • A range of specialist high-reliability MLCCs


• Suitable for high-temperature environments and de manding applications


• RoHS compliant • C0G/NP0 and X7R dielectric options • 250ºC operating temperature


IECQ-CECC range


• MLC range tested and approved in accordance with IECQ-CECC QC32100 specialist, high-reliability, multilayer ceramic capacitors


• Suitable for critical or high-reliability environments


• Range of suitable termination options, including tin/lead plating and FlexiCap™


EMI filters • Surface-mount and panel-mount EMI filters


• High-capacitance, high-voltage, high-current Pi filters


• AEC-Q200 approvals available • Use of stable X7R and C0G/NP0 • Available with FlexiCap™ termination


Debbie Rowland Director


debbie.rowland@charcroft.com


Roger Tall Charcroft: Challenge Accepted


Passives, Hi-rel Semis & Opto Specialist roger.tall@charcroft.com


www.charcroft.com


Email: sales@charcroft.com Tel: 01591 610408 Passives, Power, Sensors, Emech and more


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