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Discover the power of capacitance with our wide range of capacitors. From ceramic and electrolytic capacitors to tantalum and film capacitors, we offer options for energy storage, filtering, and decoupling in electronic circuits. Our capacitors are available in various capacitance values, voltage ratings, and package sizes to accommodate diverse applications. Whether you need capacitors for power supply smoothing, signal coupling, or noise suppression, we have the right component for your needs.

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Ceramic Capacitors

Electrolytic Capacitors

Tantalum Capacitors

Film Capacitors

Trimmer Capacitors

Glass Capacitors

Silver Mica Capacitors

Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors (MLCC)

Types of Capacitors

  1. Ceramic Capacitors: These capacitors are made of ceramic materials and are widely used due to their small size and stability.

  2. Electrolytic Capacitors: These capacitors use an electrolyte as one of their electrodes, offering high capacitance values in a compact size. They are polarized, meaning they must be connected in a specific orientation.

  3. Tantalum Capacitors: Tantalum capacitors are a type of electrolytic capacitor known for their high capacitance density and stability. They are commonly used in applications where size is a constraint.

  4. Film Capacitors: Film capacitors use a thin plastic film as the dielectric. They come in various types such as polyester (Mylar), polypropylene, and polycarbonate. Film capacitors offer good stability and are often used in high-performance applications.

  5. Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors: These capacitors use an aluminum oxide layer as the dielectric. They are polarized and commonly used in power supply filtering applications.

  6. Supercapacitors (Ultracapacitors): Supercapacitors store energy electrostatically and offer much higher capacitance values compared to traditional capacitors. They are used in applications where rapid energy storage and release are required, such as regenerative braking systems in vehicles.

  7. Variable Capacitors: These capacitors have a capacitance value that can be adjusted manually or electronically. They are often used in tuning circuits, such as in radios and oscillators.

  8. Mica Capacitors: Mica capacitors use mica as the dielectric material and offer high stability and low loss. They are commonly used in high-frequency and high-voltage applications.

  9. Polystyrene Capacitors: Polystyrene capacitors use polystyrene as the dielectric material and offer good stability and low dielectric absorption. They are often used in precision electronic circuits.

  10. Glass Capacitors: These capacitors use glass as the dielectric material and are known for their high stability and low losses. They are used in specialized applications where reliability is critical.

  11. Paper Capacitors: Paper capacitors use paper as the dielectric material and are often impregnated with oil for improved performance. They are less common today due to their relatively large size and lower reliability compared to modern capacitors.


1. Panasonic
2. Nichicon
3. Rubycon
4. Vishay
5. TDK
7. EPCOS (a TDK group company)
8. Cornell Dubilier Electronics (CDE)
9. AVX Corporation
10. Murata
11. Würth Elektronik
12. Lelon Electronics
13. Yageo Corporation
14. United Chemi-Con (UCC)
15. Nippon Chemi-Con (NCC)
16. Taiyo Yuden
17. Illinois Capacitor
18. Samsung Electro-Mechanics
19. Johanson Dielectrics
20. Taihan Fiberoptics
21. Maxwell Technologies

Capacitors FAQs: Common Questions and Answers

We offer a comprehensive range of capacitors, including ceramic, electrolytic, tantalum, film, and supercapacitors from leading manufacturers.

Consider factors such as capacitance, voltage rating, tolerance, temperature coefficient, and physical size. Our datasheets provide detailed specifications to guide your selection.

Yes, our technical support team is available to help you choose the right capacitors for your specific application needs.

Yes, we offer capacitor kits that include a variety of capacitance values, ideal for prototyping and experimentation.

Lead times vary depending on the product and quantity ordered. Please contact our sales team for detailed information on lead times and availability.

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