feedthrough capacitor

feedthrough capacitor

[′fēd‚thrü kə′pas·əd·ər]
(electricity)
A feedthrough terminal that provides a desired value of capacitance between the feedthrough conductor and the metal chassis or panel through which the conductor is passing; used chiefly for bypass purposes in ultra-high-frequency circuits.
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Incorporating MPE's proprietary 1200A feedthrough capacitors for high performance to beyond 10GHz, the new 1200A filters are intended for Hemp protection of incoming power cables of critical infrastructure installations.
The feedthrough capacitors contain proprietary self-healing, metallised plastic film capacitor material, and use a solderless capacitor assembly technique to avoid heat damage.
The W2H and W3H Feedthrough Capacitors provide decoupling in high di/dt environments while reducing noise at frequencies to 5 GHz.