Development of the Compact, High Withstand Voltage "NU Series", Screw Terminal-type Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors Guaranteed to Operate at 105°C
As systems require increasingly higher voltage due to advances in efficiency and energy saving features of machinery in the industrial sector, demand is also growing for screw terminal-type capacitors used in control circuits of inverter power sources to withstand high rated voltages of 500V or more, and have longer life. In response to the rise in withstand voltages, advances in miniaturization and longer life of such control circuits, we developed the compact, high withstand voltage NU series; screw terminal-type aluminum electrolytic capacitors guaranteed to operate at +105°C . Given the fact that there is a particularly high demand for products with high withstand voltages in the fields of solar and wind power generation and other fields relating to renewable energy, the NU series will also offer specifications optimized to these needs.
The NU series not only utilizes highly reliable electrode films with high withstand voltage oxide films, but it also has long term stability, electrolytic solution with enhanced film restoring capacity at high voltages, and low density, high withstand voltage, electrolysis paper. It also has a structure to enhance heat dissipation giving the series greater ability to withstand high voltages and a longer life compared to the current screw terminal-type NT series guaranteed to operate at +105°C .
Regarding products with a rated voltage of 500V, the new series is approximately 20 to 30% smaller than the NT series, and it will contribute to the miniaturization and weight reduction of devices.
Furthermore, in response to large load fluctuations in industrial machinery, we implemented our unique, highly appraised rapid charge-discharge technology to achieve high reliability, enabling the capacitors to be used, for example, in AC servo motors that require repeated rapid charging and discharging over short periods of time.
Finally, we believe that the enhancement of the ability to withstand high voltages will enable the capacitors to be used extensively for stabilizing power sources for machinery in regions with poor voltage and power source conditions in which the input voltage fluctuates.