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Metalized Polypropylene DC Link Film Capacitors

Metalized Polypropylene DC Link Film Capacitors


Panasonic, a worldwide leader in Film Capacitor Products, introduces the NEW EZP-E Series Metalized Polypropylene DC Link Film Capacitors. Recommended for DC linkage applications within a wide array of industries, the NEW EZP-E Series offers both 800 and 1100 VDC options in small package sizes. Panasonic’s built-in fuse function, combined with the small case size of these film capacitors make them appropriate for any application requiring DC linkage. Built-in fuse functionality ensures that EZP-E Series parts open in the event of an unlikely failure, rather than creating a short circuit situation.


  • Voltage Range: 800 and 1100 VDC; 700 and 920 VDC at > 70°C
  • Capacitance Range: 10μF to 60μF
  • Operating Temperature Range: - 40C to +85C
  • Tolerance: ±10%
  • RoHS Directive Compliant
  • Small Package Quantities Available


  • Built-In Fuse Functionality (Self-Healing, Self-Protecting)
  • Long Life, Highly Reliable
  • Low Loss, Low ESR
  • Flame Retardant
  • Small Case Size Handles Large Capacitance Range
  • Fuse Function Creates an Open Circuit in The Unlikely Event of Failure
  • Aluminum Rather than Aluminum Zinc Metallization - Does Not Overheat When Stressed
  • Polypropylene Dielectric Capable of Withstanding More Stress than Polyester
  • Not For Connection Directly Across an AC Mains Line.

For detailed specification information on the EZP-E Series Metalized Polypropelene DC Link FilmCapacitor New Product Introduction, please visit today!

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#4 December 2021
KIPiS 2021 #4
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Modern instrumentation