Exxelia, a leading global designer and manufacturer of highly engineered passive components, will be showcasing its ESA qualified CCM technology and its EPPL C48X Ceramic Capacitors range booth K-24 at Space Tech Expo Europe, November 19-21 in Bremen, Germany.
ESA Qualified CCM Technology
Exxelia’s highly customizable Chameleon Concept Magnetics technology allows to manufacture inductors and transformers. Available in 5 different sizes allowing a high number of windings and up to 10*2 pins, this technology withstands harsh environments, shocks and vibrations and operates over a wide temperature range of -55°C / +125°C.
Thanks to its epoxy molding protecting the windings and ensuring a better thermal dissipation to the pins and PCB, CCM products imply 50% less temperature rise, hence offering an additional 10 to 20% more power compared to a standard technology.
The CCM Technology in 5 key takeaways:
Ideal for the design of multi outputs transformers
Time saving & Higher reliability: up to 10*2 pins avoiding lead wire connections
Easy mounting on PCB: compatible with pick-and-place surface mount
Up to +20% more power versus standard technologies
No additional cost for tooling and qualification
C48X Ceramic Capacitor range officially listed in EPPL
Combining the advantages of class 1 (NPO) and class 2 (X7R) dielectrics, the C48X dielectric (-2,200ppm/°C) provides, under working voltage, equivalent capacitance values to an X7R material with the advantage of a very low dissipation factor of less than 5.10-4.
Withstands very high dV/dt, up to 10kV/ µs
Very low dissipation factor -> less than 5.10-4
Capacitance value of 3.3µF 200V -> up to 40 times more than an NPO
Polymer flexible layer for chips range
Compatible to surface mounting (chips, DIL or ribbon leads) or through-hole mounting and available from 200V to 5kV with sizes ranging from 1812 to 6560 allowing a maximum capacitance of 3.3µF at 200V, the EPPL C48X series is ideal for pulse and charge/discharge applications and precision filtering capacitance in thermally challenged environment for AC or DC voltage and 400 Hz applications such as on-board network.