What became of Southern Electronics precision capacitors?
Southern Electronics became a subsidiary of Electrocube in 2007. The film capacitor manufacturer produces precision, close tolerance capacitors and passive electrical components in the United States, specializing in film dielectric capacitors and high-end audio capacitors. In addition to its sister company F-Dyne, Southern Electronics manufactures outer-wrap and fill, epoxy case/hermetically-sealed capacitors and axial-lead capacitors for a variety of industries including high-end audio, military, defense and aviation.
What types of precision capacitors does Southern Electronics offer?
- Polyester capacitors
- Polypropylene capacitors
- Polycarbonate capacitors
- Metallized polyphenylene sulfide capacitors
- Snubber capacitors
- Radial-leaded, axial, and metal case capacitors
- High current, low ESR capacitors
- AC capacitors
- Polystyrene capacitors
- Metallized polypropylene capacitors
- Metallized polycarbonate capacitors
- High voltage metallized capacitors
- Rectangular encased capacitors
- Hermetically-sealed with glass end seals capacitors
- Audio Hi-Tech film capacitors
- Metallized polyester dipped capacitors
What are some of Southern Electronics capacitors' features?
- Capacitance range .001 µf to 50.00 µf
- Voltage 35 V to 1000 V and 50 VDC to 1000 VDC
- Temperature -55°C to +125°C
- RoHS Compliant & Pb-Free
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What applications are Southern Electronics capacitors used for?
- High-end audio manufacturing
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