GPA Series Capacitors

63 V to 100 V aluminum electrolytic capacitors guaranteeing 3,000 to 5,000 hours of operation at 125°C from United Chemi-Con

Image of United Chemi-Con's GPA Series CapacitorsUnited Chemi-Con’s GPA Series lead type aluminum electrolytic capacitors are best for direct-injection engine ECU, electric power steering ECU and various other controllers. As automobiles become more electronically-controlled, aluminum electrolytic capacitors are also required to have higher heat resistance, higher voltage, and higher ripple capability. Features of the GPA series include high heat resistance and high ripple current, as well as high endurance - 3000 to 5000 hours of operation at 125°C.

Only products with rated voltage of 25 to 50 V had been launched to the market until now, but products rated 63 to 100 V have been recently added. In addition, the series guarantees high heat resistance at 150°C. The GPA series will be an ideal product for automotive applications.


  • Endurance1: 125°C 3,000h/5,000h
  • Endurance2: 150°C 100h+125°C 2,500/4,500h
  • Voltage: 25~100 V
  • Capacitance: 200~6,800 μF
  • Size: φ12.5 × 20L~φ18 × 40L

GPA Series Capacitors

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable Quantity
EGPA250ELL182MK25S datasheet linkCAP ALUM 1800UF 20% 25V RADIALEGPA250ELL182MK25SCAP ALUM 1800UF 20% 25V RADIAL1659 - Immediate
EGPA250ELL182MK25S product page link
EGPA250ELL332MK40S datasheet linkCAP ALUM 3300UF 20% 25V RADIALEGPA250ELL332MK40SCAP ALUM 3300UF 20% 25V RADIAL1158 - Immediate
EGPA250ELL332MK40S product page link
EGPA250ELL122MK20S datasheet linkCAP ALUM 1200UF 20% 25V RADIALEGPA250ELL122MK20SCAP ALUM 1200UF 20% 25V RADIAL711 - Immediate
EGPA250ELL122MK20S product page link
EGPA250ELL222MK30S datasheet linkCAP ALUM 2200UF 20% 25V RADIALEGPA250ELL222MK30SCAP ALUM 2200UF 20% 25V RADIAL612 - Immediate
EGPA250ELL222MK30S product page link
EGPA250ELL332MU35S datasheet linkCAP ALUM 3300UF 20% 25V RADIALEGPA250ELL332MU35SCAP ALUM 3300UF 20% 25V RADIAL523 - Immediate
EGPA250ELL332MU35S product page link
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Published: 2013-06-05