Arco Electronics Offer High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors

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Wide range of ceramics fit multiple applications.

Arco Electronics, an industry leader of passive components, today announced its full-line of high-temperature ceramics. Arco Electronics offers the widest range of high-temperature ceramics facilitating every need for these specialized ceramic capacitors. Arco ceramic capacitors boast excellent temperature stability and are designed for use in multiple applications especially oil exploration, oil service, military, aerospace, and high voltage power supply.

According to John Drake, CEO, Arco Electronics, “our ceramic capacitors are designed to operate in harsh environmental conditions and can withstand extreme temperatures. Known for our excellent customer service, our ceramics offer a cost effective solution for severe environmental conditions.”

All Arco Electronics’ ceramic capacitors are designed and tested to operate from -55c up to +200c. Arco offers leaded high temperature NPO and X7R dielectric encapsulated capacitors in a variety of sizes from 1515 to 7565. Epoxy coated high temperature NPO and X7R capacitors are also available from 1515 to 10090. High temperature surface mount NPO and X7R capacitors withstand temperatures up to 200c in sizes ranging from 0805 to 8580.

Able to offer a wide range of high temperature capacitors at low industry pricing, Arco Electronics continues their industry leadership.

About Arco Electronics

Based in Camarillo, California, Arco Electronics has been a leading manufacturer of passive components for over 50 years. Able to offer same-day service and delivery, Arco Electronics prides itself in the highest customer service capabilities. Arco Electronics currently manufactures a full line of mica capacitors, chip mica capacitors, ceramic capacitors, tantalum capacitors, polyester and metallized polyester film capacitors, and band pass filters for Bluetooth, LAN, WAN, GPS and other applications.

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