QPL CERTIFICATION FOR PM907S & PM948S SERIES OF FILM CAPACITORS

Exxelia is pleased to announced the ESA/QPL certification for its film capacitors series PM907S and PM948S.


Series PM907S and PM948S of Film capacitors obtained the QPL certification from the European Space Components Coordination (ESCC). According to the ESCC Detail Specification No. 3006/025 and 3006/026 QPL certified products ensure superior performances, quality and reliability intended for use by the European Space Agency (ESA) and in Space in general.

PM907S and PM948S are full series of Polyester Film Capacitors. PM907S products are suitable for voltages from 50V up to 1250V and offer capacitance values from 82nF up to 180μF. PM948S can be used with a voltages from 50V up to 630V with capacitance values from 22nF up to 47μF. Both series can support extreme conditions with temperatures from -55°C to +125°C, and offer high energy density, low ESR & ESL and high RMS current.

Products are typically being used in SMPS (Switch Mode Power Suppliers) and BUS filtering.

These two certified series complete the list of Exxelia Group’s QPL certified film capacitors, that now includes:

– PM90S
– PM907S
– PM96S (T)
– PM94S
– PM948S
– MKT5
– KM111S
– KM94S

Published on 28 Jun 2016 by Marion Van de Graaf

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