Dearborn Electronics, a manufacturer of electronic capacitors specializing in film capacitors and EMI/RFI filters, was incorporated in 1952 in Chicago. In 1959, the company relocated to Orlando, Florida. In October 2011, Dearborn Electronics joined Exxelia and became Exxelia Dearborn. The company manufacturers a versatile cast of rugged, metalized-film and film foil capacitors. These include film-wrapped, premolded epoxy cased, cast and hermetically sealed metal case capacitors for applications where high-performance, reliability and economy are essential.
Features include: AC ratings, high-temperature operation and exceptional stability, low-loss, close tolerances, long-life and high-reliability. Dielectrics include: Polyester (also known as Mylar), Polycarbonate, Polypropylene, kraft/paper, Polyphenylene Sulfide, Polyethylenenaphthalate, FPE, MPF and Teflon. Configurations include: Wrap and Fill, Hermetic Tubular, Axial, Radial, Bath Tub, Lugs, Brackets, Feed Through, Glass Tube, Ceramic Tube, Large Rectangular Cans, Resin Case and Custom.
Standard operating ranges: from -55°C to +150°C depending upon dielectric and capacitance values form 0.0001 µF to 2,000 µF.Exxelia Dearborn also manufacturers EMI filters that utilize either film or ceramic discoidal capacitors and are offered in various design configurations.