Morgan Advanced Materials announces ceramic capacitors

Morgan Advanced Materials (MGAM) announces its extensive range of ceramic capacitors for high voltage DC and AC and high power radio frequency (RF) applications. MGAM's line of high voltage ceramic capacitors includes high voltage encapsulated discs, live line capacitors, and voltage multiplier ass

Morgan Advanced Materials (MGAM) announces its extensive range of ceramic capacitors for high voltage DC and AC and high power radio frequency (RF) applications.

MGAM's line of high voltage ceramic capacitors includes high voltage encapsulated discs, live line capacitors, and voltage multiplier assemblies, as well as pulse power capacitors. They are ideal for laser power supplies, medical power supplies and electrical distribution, as well as high voltage electrostatic applications and powerline coupling.

RF high voltage ceramic capacitors, including disc/plate, feedthrough, tubular/shell, pot and barrel/doorknob capacitors, are widely used in medical MRI systems and semiconductor processing equipment, as well as numerous other telecommunications and industrial applications.

Renowned for its high dielectric materials, the Technical Ceramics business has extensive material and engineering expertise, which allows the company to produce experimental and prototype components in addition to the standard range of products.

Working with customers throughout the design, prototype, and commercialization process, our applications engineers use their design expertise and specialist manufacturing capabilities to assist and advise customers seeking new solutions to problems involving dielectric materials and components.

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