metallized capacitor

metallized capacitor

[′med·əl‚īzd kə′pas·əd·ər]
(electricity)
A capacitor in which a film of metal is deposited directly on the dielectric to serve in place of a separate foil strip; has self-healing characteristics.
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The construction principle of the Snubber MKP series includes a double metallized capacitor electrode with internal series connection whereas the Snubber FKP is designed with metal foil electrodes that are internal series connected and combined with a single metallized electrode carrier.