Kyocera, the global leader in ceramic capacitors, has announced that its NP0 dielectric MLCCs have been approved for use in high-reliability military applications by the Defense Logistics Agency Qualified Products Database (DLA QPD).
The DLA QPD is a list of pre-approved products that meet strict military specifications and standards for reliability and performance. This means that Kyocera’s NP0 dielectric MLCCs have been rigorously tested and meet the highest quality standards required for use in military applications.
Kyocera’s NP0 dielectric MLCCs are multi-layer ceramic capacitors that are designed for use in high-reliability applications that require stable, reliable performance over time. The capacitors feature a temperature coefficient of 0±30ppm/°C and a capacitance range of 0.5pF to 22µF, making them suitable for a wide range of military applications.
In addition to their high reliability, Kyocera’s NP0 dielectric MLCCs also offer a number of other benefits that make them ideal for military use. They are resistant to high temperatures, humidity, and mechanical shock, and have a high insulation resistance and low dissipation factor. They are also compact and lightweight, making them easy to incorporate into space-constrained military equipment.
Kyocera has a long history of providing high-quality ceramic capacitors for use in military and aerospace applications. The company’s expertise in materials science and manufacturing has made it a trusted supplier to military and aerospace contractors around the world.
Kyocera’s approval by the DLA QPD is a significant milestone for the company, and further solidifies its position as a leader in the development and manufacture of high-reliability ceramic capacitors for military and aerospace applications.
The demand for high-reliability capacitors is expected to continue to grow in the coming years as military and aerospace equipment becomes increasingly sophisticated and complex. With its proven track record of reliability and performance, Kyocera is well-positioned to meet this demand and provide the capacitors that are needed to keep critical military equipment functioning reliably in the most challenging environments.