H SERIES METALLIZED POLYCARBONATE CAPACITORS 

ENGINEERING DATA SHEET and ENVIRONMENTAL DATA

APPLICATIONS

Series H Metallized Polycarbonate capacitors have superior electrical properties. They are dry-section, non-polar, non-inductive wound capacitors with low Dissipation Factor, low Dielectric Absorption, high Insulation Resistance and a low Temperature Coefficient.

Series H Capacitors come in several styles: Oval Wrap & Fill (HW Style); Round Wrap & Fill (HR Style); Axial Epoxy Case (HE Style); Radial Epoxy Case (HF Style); Rectangular Hermetically Sealed (HG Style); Round Hermetically Sealed (HL Style). They are available in several sizes including Regular (3 Size code) and Miniature (2 Size code) as well as Custom sizes to meet specific customer requirements.

Contact our Engineering Department for special sizes, configurations, capacitance values and AC applications with Anti-Corona construction at all frequencies. Custom metal enclosures are available. Custom designed Feed Through capacitors (HQ Style) are also available for filter applications to specific requirements.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE

Range: -55C to +125C, without voltage derating. 

LIFE TEST

Series H capacitors shall be capable of withstanding a test of 1000 hours at +125C and 100% of the DC voltage or a test of 250 hours at +125C and 140% of the DC voltage. The voltage shall be applied to each capacitor through its individual current-limiting resistor as determined from the formula R = 0.025/C, where C is the nominal capacitance in farads and R is in ohms.

The test procedures shall be in accordance with MIL-C-18312, except as noted herein. Not more than one failure in twelve shall be permitted. Any one of the following shall be considered a failure.

  1. A change in capacitance of more than 10% from it's initial value.
  2. An increase in Dissipation Factor to a value greater than 150% of the acceptance limit.
  3. A decrease in Insulation Resistance to a value less than 30% of the acceptance limit for +25C.
  4. A permanent short or open

VIBRATION

Series H capacitors shall be capable of withstanding a vibration test in accordance with MIL-STD-202, Method 201. The following details and exceptions shall apply: 

  1. Mounting. The capacitor body shall be rigidly mounted by the entire body length to the vibration test fixture. The leads shall be soldered to rigidly supported terminals and so spaced that the length of each lead from the capacitor is 1/2 1/8 inch from the edge of the supporting terminal. 
  2. Measurement during Vibration. During the last cycle in each direction, an electrical measurement shall be made to detect intermittent contacts (not to be confused with "self healing" clearings) or open or short circuiting.
  3. Examination After Vibration. Capacitors shall be visibly examined for evidence of mechanical damage. 

MOISTURE RESISTANCE

Series H capacitor Styles HG and HL (Hermetically Sealed in metal containers) as well as Metal Can Styles HB and HC shall be capable of withstanding the moisture resistance, humidity, and temperature and immersion cycling or MIL-C-18312. Styles HE and HF (Epoxy Case), Styles HW and HR (Wrap & Fill) and HQ (Feed-Through) capacitors are not intended for exposure to high humidity conditions over extended periods of time. 

TERMINAL STRENGTH

Series H capacitors utilize tin-plated, copper-clad steel wire terminals which shall be capable of withstanding the following test without mechanical damage to the capacitor or terminals: 

  1. Pull Test. The capacitor shall withstand a steady pull of 5 pounds axially to the leads for 1 minute.
  2. Bend Test. The wire lead terminals shall be bent at a point of 1/4 inch from the body of the capacitor, first 90 degrees in one direction, then back to the original position, and then 90 degrees in the opposite direction.

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Updated: July 30, 1997

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