Morgan Ceramics launches high power RF capacitor range
January 03, 2013 // Paul Buckley
Morgan Technical Ceramics has extended the company's product portfolio with the launch of a series of high power radio frequency (RF) capacitors, which minimize the impact of temperature upon their performance.
Manufactured from Morgan Technical Ceramics’ K36 and K77 dielectric materials, the new high power RF capacitors are suitable for use in equipment that demands a very low capacitance drift over a wide temperature range; typical applications include medical imaging systems such as MRI scanners, plasma generation, high stability radio broadcast transmitters and other cutting edge technologies with challenging demands.
The capacitors are non-magnetic and are therefore suitable for use in applications with high magnetic fields, and demonstrate low electrical loss, which allows for high RF reactive power load rating. Manufactured in accordance with the Quality Assurance standard ISO 9001, the devices also have a high dielectric strength to give increased capacitance capabilities.
Morgan Technical Ceramics has the ability to manufacture large volumes of the new high power RF capacitors in a variety of forms including; discs, small shells or tubes, and large tubular shapes. Different connection types are available. Custom made parts may also be accommodated.
Visit Morgan Technical Ceramics at www.morgantechnicalceramics.com
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