Ceramic capacitors can be used for a wide range of applications, including electrical and mechanical control and sensing, electronic circuit design, digital power management, and many more high voltage resistors. Since the creation of the first mass-market PCB, or personal computer interface, ceramic capacitors have increasingly found their way into embedded systems. Due to their outstanding performance and unmatched durability, capacitors are becoming more popular in electronic design.
Aside from the usual use in personal computers, there are now ceramic capacitors used in industrial products such as motors, pumps, and motors, as well as in medical equipment, industrial elements, automotive, and food service equipment.
Ceramic Capacitors Marks Uses
Ceramic Capacitors markings typically use either numeric or alphanumeric code to specify the rating of the capacitor. This ensures that the product is correctly matched to the corresponding control component and will provide the desired output. For example, a product equipped with a 4ms pulse width will function properly if this characteristic has been programmed using a mathematical function. Otherwise, the components have no specific orientation.
There are several ceramic capacitors that offer high level output power, which make them suitable for industrial applications requiring very high currents. The resistance range of a ceramic capacitor varies according to its size and the material used to produce it.
Capacitors of different materials exhibit different levels of tolerance to input voltage fluctuations, which are necessary in some applications. However, since ceramic capacitors are still considered to be one of the earliest applications of electronics, they still experience a substantial level of demand among customers around the world.