_Low Profile Devices Offer Operating Temperature Up to +125 °C and Useful Life Up to 10,000 h in 10 Compact Case Sizes_
MALVERN, Pa. — Aug. 26, 2020 — Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. (NYSE: VSH) today introduced two new series of miniature axial aluminum electrolytic capacitors. Offered in 10 compact case sizes ranging from 6.5 mm by 18 mm to 21 mm by 38 mm, the Vishay BCcomponents 125 ALS  and 126 ALX  series combine operating temperatures up to +125 °C with useful life up to 10,000 hours.
The axial leads and low profile of the devices released today provide designers with greater design flexibility, while their high temperature capabilities and long useful life increase reliability for demanding applications in harsh environments. As polarized aluminum electrolytic capacitors with a non-solid electrolyte, the devices are suited for
smoothing, filtering, and buffering in power supplies for automotive,industrial, and telecommunications applications.
Featuring a cylindrical aluminum case, insulated with a blue sleeve, the 125 ALS and 126 ALX series provide capacitance values from 33 µF to 18,000 µF, rated voltages from 10 V to 63 V, and high ripple current to 1860 mA. The RoHS-compliant capacitors offer charge- and discharge-proof performance and are vibration- and shock-resistant. For automatic insertion, the devices are available in taped versions for select case sizes.
_Device Specification Table: _ Part # 125 ALS126 ALX
Case size (D x L in mm) 6.5 x 18 to 21 x 38
Capacitance range 47 µF to 18,000 µF 33 µF to 12,000 µF
Tolerance ± 20 %
Ripple current 80 mA to 1860 mA
Rated voltage 10 V to 63 V
Category temperature range -40 °C to +105 °C -40 °C to +125 °C
5,000 h to 10,000 h @ 105 °C 8,000 h @ 125 °C
Max. ESR at 100 Hz 0.064 Ω to 2.258 Ω 0.046 Ω to 3.858 Ω
Max. Impedance at 10 kHz 0.057 Ω to 1.25 Ω 0.029 Ω to 5.6 Ω
Sectional specification IEC 60384-4 / EN130 300
Climatic category IEC 60068 40 /105 /56 40 / 125 / 56
Samples and production quantities of the 125 ALS and 126 ALX series are available now, with lead times of six weeks.