Certification QPL pour les gammes PM907S et PM98S

Exxelia annonce l’obtention de la qualification ESA/QPL pour ses gammes de condensateurs film : PM907S et PM948S.


 

Les gammes PM907S et PM948S de condensateurs film viennent d’être officiellement qualifiées QPL par l’organisme européen ESCC (European Space Components Coordination). La certification QPL atteste que les performances du produit ont été validées par un organisme accrédité indépendant. Les produits qualifiés QPL offrent une qualité et fiabilité supérieures, qui répondent aux exigences des applications spatiales.

Les gammes PM907S et PM948S appartiennent à la famille des condensateurs film polyester métallisés (PET), haute précision. La gamme PM907S est adaptée aux tensions de 50V à 1250V, et offre une capacité allant de 82nF jusqu’à 180μF. La gamme PM948S couvre quant à elle les tensions situées entre 50V et 630V, et offre une capacité allant de 22nF jusqu’à 47μF.

Ces deux gammes supportent des conditions extrêmes, des températures oscillant entre -55°C et +125°C, tout en offrant une forte concentration d’énergie, de faibles ESR et ESL, ainsi qu’un courant RMS élevé.
Ces produits sont principalement utilisés dans des alimentations à découpage et pour la fonction de filtrage des BUS.

La liste des gammes de condensateurs film certifiées QPL et développées par Exxelia, comprend désormais les gammes :
– PM90S
– PM907S
– PM96S (T)
– PM94S
– PM948S
– MKT5
– KM111S
– KM94S
– HT78PS

Published on 06 Jul 2016 by Marion Van de Graaf

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