Consumer Type Capacitors

Consumer-type capacitors, also known as electrolytic capacitors, is a type of
capacitor commonly used in consumer electronics and electronic devices.

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Production Processes

  • Winding
    The process begins with winding the metallized film to create the capacitor's core.
  • Thermal Pressing
    Thermal Pressing
    The wound rolls are then thermally pressed to enhance the film's dielectric properties and to ensure the capacitor holds its shape.
  • Wrapping
    A protective wrapping is applied to the capacitor for insulation and to maintain structural integrity.
  • Gold Spraying
    Gold Spraying
    Gold is sprayed onto the capacitor leads to improve electrical contact and corrosion resistance.
  • Ring Removal and Edge Rolling
    Ring Removal and Edge Rolling
    Any holding rings are removed and the edges of the capacitor are rolled for a smooth finish.
  • Soldering and Potting and Baking
    Soldering and Potting and Baking
    The leads are soldered to the terminals, and the capacitor is sealed with a resin or glue (potting) and then baked to cure the sealant.
  • Reeling and External Inspection
    Reeling and External Inspection
    The capacitors are wound onto reels for handling and an external inspection is conducted to check for manufacturing defects.
  • Testing
    The capacitors undergo a series of tests to ensure they meet the necessary electrical specifications.
  • Printing
    Capacitors are printed with necessary information including capacitance, voltage rating, and manufacturer details.
  • Lead Cutting and Taping
    Lead Cutting and Taping
    Leads are trimmed to the appropriate length and capacitors may be taped together in strips for automated installation.
  • Full Inspection (Safety Regulation)
    Full Inspection (Safety Regulation)
    A comprehensive inspection is conducted in accordance with safety regulations to ensure all capacitors are compliant.
  • Final Quality Control (FQC)
    Final Quality Control (FQC)
    A final quality check is performed to ensure each capacitor meets the company's standards.
  • Small Packaging
    Small Packaging
    Capacitors are packaged into smaller units for retail sale or distribution.
  • Bulk Packaging
    Bulk Packaging
    Finally, capacitors are packaged in bulk for shipping to large-scale customers or distributors.

Custom Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor

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Our company covers an area of 78 acres with a construction area of 40,000 square meters.We are China Custom Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor Suppliers and Custom OEM Metallized Polyester Film Capacitor Factory. The first phase investment amounts to 160 million RMB and the registered capital is 60 million RMB. With an integration of manufacturing, designing and sales, our company has high automation in metalized films and film capacitors of all series and pitches.
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Polyester Film Capacitor Industry knowledge

What specific impact does the multilayer film structure and metallized electrode design have on the capacity and stability of polyester film capacitors?

Multilayer film structure and metallized electrode design have a significant impact on the capacity and stability of polyester film capacitors.
Multilayer film construction increases the effective area of ​​the capacitor by stacking multiple layers of polyester film, thereby significantly increasing its capacity. Each layer of film serves as a plate of the capacitor, and adjacent films are separated by a medium, forming the basic structure of the capacitor. As the number of film layers increases, the total surface area of ​​the capacitor also increases, allowing more charge to be stored, thereby increasing the capacitor's capacity.
The multilayer film structure also improves the stability and reliability of the capacitor. Since each layer of film is relatively independent, even if there is minor damage or defect in one layer of film, it will not have a serious impact on the performance of the entire capacitor. At the same time, the multi-layer structure can also reduce the internal resistance of the capacitor and improve its response speed and efficiency.
Metalized electrode design also has an important impact on the capacity and stability of mylar capacitors. Metalized electrodes typically use techniques such as vacuum evaporation or sputtering to form an extremely thin metal layer on a polyester film. This metal layer not only has good electrical conductivity, but can also be tightly combined with the polyester film to form a stable electrode structure.
The design of metallized electrodes can optimize the electric field distribution of the capacitor and reduce the local electric field intensity, thus reducing the risk of electrical breakdown inside the capacitor. At the same time, metallized electrodes can also improve the thermal stability of the capacitor and reduce the impact of temperature on the performance of the capacitor. In addition, the uniformity and consistency of metallized electrodes also directly affect the capacity and stability of the capacitor. If the electrode layer is uneven or defective, it will cause uneven distribution of the electric field inside the capacitor, thus affecting its capacity and stability.
The multilayer film structure and metallized electrode design significantly improve the capacity and stability of polyester film capacitors by increasing the effective area of ​​the capacitor, optimizing electric field distribution, and improving thermal stability. The implementation of these design strategies in polyester film capacitor factories has made polyester film capacitors widely used in the electronics industry and able to meet a variety of complex and demanding application requirements.

When designing a polyester film capacitor, how can its structure be optimized to reduce ESR and ESL?

When designing polyester film capacitors, optimizing their structure to reduce ESR (equivalent series resistance) and ESL (equivalent series inductance) is the key to ensuring high performance of the capacitor. Here are a few suggestions to optimize the structure:
Select the appropriate electrode material: The choice of electrode material has a direct impact on ESR. Using metals with high conductivity, such as silver, copper or aluminum, as electrode materials can effectively reduce ESR. In addition, optimizing the geometry and size of the electrodes, such as increasing the electrode area or reducing the electrode spacing, can also further reduce ESR.
Optimize film stacking structure: The stacking method of films has an important impact on ESL. Using a staggered stacking method to alternately arrange films and electrodes of different layers can reduce the path length of current flowing through the capacitor, thereby reducing ESL. In addition, ensuring tight fit and even distribution between films to avoid the generation of bubbles or gaps can also help reduce ESL.
Optimize the packaging structure: The design of the packaging structure affects both ESR and ESL. Adopting low-inductance design packaging materials and technologies, such as using low-ESR conductive adhesive or optimizing the wiring method inside the package, can reduce ESR and ESL. In addition, reducing package size and lead length can also help reduce ESL.
Consider the effects of temperature and frequency: During the design process, the effects of temperature and frequency on ESR and ESL need to be considered. In high-temperature environments, the resistivity of materials may increase, causing ESR to increase. Therefore, materials with better thermal stability need to be selected. At the same time, in high-frequency applications, the impact of ESL is more significant, so special attention needs to be paid to the ESL performance at high frequencies.