Passive Plus, Inc. (PPI) offers a line of Hi-Q Capacitors specifically produced for high power / high frequency requirements. These products are available in surface mount or leaded configurations that are 100% RoHS compliant and are offered in magnetic and non-magnetic terminations (the 1313C Series is only available in non-magnetic terminations).
PPI offers traditional Hi-Q, Low ESR, Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors. The 2225C/P (.220" x .250") and 3838C/P (.380" x .380") case size capacitors have an increased Operating Temperature qualified to 200°C.
Passive Plus, Inc. (PPI) now offers extended-values for the Traditional NP0, Hi-Q 0505 (.055” x .055”) -- now available up to 1,000pF. The 0505 has increased Operational Temperature up to 200°C. These parts exhibit Low ESR/ESL, Low Noise, High Self-Resonance as well as ultra-stable performance over temperature. Used in wireless broadcasting equipment, mobile base stations, GPS, MRI, and radar applications, these capacitors are offered in magnetic and non-magnetic terminations.
Passive Plus, Inc. (PPI) now offers Tin/Lead termination for the Traditional High Q/Low ESR line of capacitors. PPI’s Tin/Lead plated termination is composed of 90%Sn 10%Pb solder (SnPb 90/10) over a nickel plating. All parts meet or exceed MIL-PRF-55681 and MIL-PRF-123.
Passive Plus, Inc. (PPI) offers a Low ESR/ESL EIA capacitor series. These multi-layer capacitors have been developed for High-Q and Microwave applications, where the need for Low Noise, High Self-Resonance, and High Working Voltage are required. They exhibit ultra-stable performance over temperature and are fully RoHS compliant.
Passive Plus, Inc. (PPI) is now offering the 0708N (.065” x .080”) series capacitor. With vertical electrodes which increase bandwidth, these Capacitors have Low ESR/ESL, and High Self-Resonance. Uniquely designed for excellent heat transfer in High RF applications, the 0708N offers Ultra-Stable performance over temperature.
Passive Plus, Inc. (PPI) offers Custom Capacitor Assemblies for high power requirements. Typical assemblies are configured in series and/or parallel combinations, producing higher voltage/current handling capabilities, extended capacitance range and tighter tolerances. PPI works with requesting engineers to determine best assembly for their applications.