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RS Components introduces Panasonic POSCAP and OS-CON capacitors offering low ESR and extended life capabilities across a broad range of applications

March 5, 2014

New capacitors from Panasonic Industrial Devices provide high reliability and efficiency in small volume and low profile packages

SINGAPORE -- RS Components is stocking two new low Equivalent Series Resistance (ESR) polymer capacitors from the Panasonic Industrial Devices range. POSCAP(TM) and OS-CON offer reliable, efficient, long lifetime solutions for digital and telecommunications applications, and meet the growing demand for energy reduction in industrial equipment and automotive systems.

POSCAP is a solid chip capacitor( http://singapore.rs-online.com/web/c/passive-components/capacitors ) with a sintered tantalum anode and a highly conductive polymer cathode. Its low impedance and low ESR (down to 5 milliohm) enable excellent performance at high frequency while maintaining a low profile and a high capacitance range. The device offers excellent noise-absorption characteristics, and provides high heat resistance, spanning a wide temperature range of between -55 degrees Celsius and +125 degrees Celsius.

OS-CON is a solid aluminium capacitor containing highly conductive polymer electrolyte material. OS-CON offers low ESR, excellent noise reduction capability and frequency characteristics. In addition, OS-CON has a long life span of up to 30 years, and can operate efficiently at even the lowest temperatures due to the solid electrolyte. OS-CON and POSCAP are suitable as a smoothing, backup and bypass capacitor in a wide range of applications.

The Panasonic POSCAP and OS-CON capacitors are available to order direct from RS stock for same-day dispatch.

For more information, visit http://www.rs-components.com.

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