MKP 4C Capacitors with PCM 10 mm to 22.5 mm

WIMA's MKP 4C metallized polypropylene (PP) capacitors with 0.068 µF to 2.2 µF capacitances

Image of WIMA's MKP 4C Capacitors with PCM 10 mm to 22.5 mmWIMA MKP 4C polypropylene compact film capacitors exhibit considerably smaller case sizes compared to the traditional WIMA capacitors. As an example, a 1.0 µF/630 VDC capacitor has a smaller volume by 57%, and a 0.1 µF/630 VDC capacitor would even be smaller (by 59%) than a conventional MKP 4.

In the MKP 4C metallized capacitors, thin layers of aluminum (approximately 0.03 µm) are vacuum-deposited on the insulating film as conducting electrodes. In the case of a breakdown, the short-circuit current causes the thin metal coating to evaporate around the point of failure and an insulating area is formed. The capacitor remains intact (self-healing). Due to their construction principle, metallized capacitors stand out for their very favorable capacitance/volume ratio.

  • Capacitances from 0.068 µF to 2.2 µF
  • Rated voltages from 450 VDC to 630 VDC
  • PCM 10 mm to 22.5 mm
  • Very compact size, high volume/capacitance ratio
  • Self-healing
  • Very high ripple and peak current
  • High-frequency AC operation capability
  • High voltage capability
  • RoHS 2011/65/EU compliant

MKP 4C Capacitors with PCM 10 mm to 22.5 mm

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionCapacitanceToleranceVoltage Rating - ACAvailable QuantityView Details
CAP FILM 6800PF 10% 2KVDC RADMKP1U016804C00KSSDCAP FILM 6800PF 10% 2KVDC RAD6800pF±10%700V945 - ImmediateView Details
CAP FILM 6800PF 20% 2KVDC RADMKP1U016804C00MSSDCAP FILM 6800PF 20% 2KVDC RAD6800pF±20%700V710 - ImmediateView Details
CAP FILM 4700PF 5% 2500VDC RADMKP1V014704C00JSSDCAP FILM 4700PF 5% 2500VDC RAD4700pF±5%700V993 - ImmediateView Details
CAP FILM 4700PF 10% 2500VDC RADMKP1V014704C00KSSDCAP FILM 4700PF 10% 2500VDC RAD4700pF±10%700V4017 - ImmediateView Details
CAP FILM 0.33UF 5% 250VDC RADMKP4F033304C00JSSDCAP FILM 0.33UF 5% 250VDC RAD0.33µF±5%160V636 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2018-10-11