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Illinois Capacitor, Inc. 158TTA025M

Illinois Capacitor, Inc. - 158TTA025M - Capacitor;  Aluminum Electrolytic;  Standard;  Axial;  1500uF;  25VDC;  12.5X25mm View larger image View larger image
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Illinois Capacitor, Inc. Capacitor; Aluminum Electrolytic; Standard; Axial; 1500uF; 25VDC; 12.5X25mm
Mfr. Part#:
158TTA025M

Allied Stock#: 70112227

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Pricing (USD) & Availability
Standard Pricing
$0.840 (Each)
2000$0.840
4000$0.790
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Minimum Quantity: 2000 |  Multiples Of: 2000

Specifications

Brand/Series: TTA Series
Capacitance: 1500 μF
Case Size: 0.512 In. Dia. x 1.024 In. L (13 mm Dia. x 26 mm L)
Configuration: Axial, Can
ESR: 0.1989 Ohm
Material, Element: Aluminum Electrolytic
Mounting Type: PCB
Temperature, Operating, Minimum: -40 Deg. C
Termination: Through-hole
Voltage Rating: 25 VDC

Overview

Low ESR, High Temperature, and High Frequency for High Performance
Illinois Capacitor is a long-time pioneer in aluminum electrolytic capacitors, having registered some of the most important patents in the technology. Today, Illinois Capacitor continues to be a leader, with the TTA Series of axial leaded aluminum electrolytic capacitors, a very extensive line of low ESR, high frequency, and high temperature capacitors that are very popular and are required for many high performance electronic products.

Features
  • Low Leakage Current
  • Load Life: 2,000 Hours at +85°C
  • Capacitance: 1-100 µF
  • 10-450 WVDC
  • -40°C to +85°C Operating Temperature Range

    One Company, Two Brands in Touch with the Needs of Today's Engineers
    In February 2015, Cornell Dubilier acquired Illinois Capacitor, bringing together two of the leading manufacturers of capacitors in the electronics market. These capacitors are great options for renewable energy inverters, welders, UPS systems, motor drives, military and aerospace applications, and medical imaging.