Ceramic Capacitors Made in the USA
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API Technologies will continue to proudly produce ceramic capacitors in our State College, Pennsylvania facility, providing versatility in meeting varied voltage, capacitance, and dimensional requirements. These non-polar, multi-layer capacitors are small, reliable, and high in dielectric strength. Low profile designs are also available in various OD, ID, and thickness.
Inside every EMI filter is a ceramic feedthrough capacitor. Our line of ceramic capacitors is designed to provide solutions to a wide range of filtering applications. These applications include requirements for high voltage capacitors. Our ceramic capacitors are ideal for EMI/RFI suppression filters, medical implantable devices, commercial and military applications, power supplies and converters.
Switch Mode Power Supply Capacitors are designed to provide superior performance in high frequency switching applications. These MIL-PRF49470 qualified and DSCC 87106 certified capacitors are ideal for high energy density products found in both military and commercial markets.
Planar Array Ceramic Capacitors are built using decades of expertise in multi-layer ceramic capacitor manufacturing, these planar capacitors offer many advantages over stand-alone chip, discoidal, or tubular capacitors. This includes low profile and compact designs, and quick assembly time. With a combination of versatility and function, planar ceramic capacitors are quickly becoming the new standard in filtered connectors used in EMI suppression applications.
Discoidal Feedthrough Ceramic Capacitors are the building blocks of the EMI filter industry. These discoidal capacitors offer great versatility in meeting varied voltage, capacitance, and dimensional requirements. The non-polar, multi-layer capacitors are small, reliable, and high in dielectric strength. The low profile designs are also available in various OD, ID, and thickness. We are currently offering mini discoidals as small as to 0.050" OD.
Tubular Ceramic Capacitors are small in size, lightweight, non-polar, and offer high dielectric strength. These capacitors are fired to produce true monolithic structures, which are impervious to moisture and contamination.