Jensen
4 pole electrolytic capacitors



Four terminal electrolytics with superior high frequency transfer impedance and transient and noise attenuation/suppression capability.


Jensen 4-pole capacitors

Capacitance / Voltage

Diameter x Length (mm)


Price each
ex.VAT
Price each
incl .VAT
     
 
 
220 uF / 385V
35 x 40
 
46.78
56.60
150 uF / 450V
35 x 50
 
48.88
59.15
220 uF / 450V
35 x 50
 
50.99
61.70
100 uF / 500V
35 x 50
 
50.04
60.55
220 uF / 500V
35 x 40
 
56.86
68.80


Other values are available and can be ordered.







4-pole electrolytic capacitor

Four terminal electrolytics with superior high frequency transfer impedance and transient and noise attenuation/suppression capability.
As the input and output circuits of the capacitor are decoupled from each other by means of an inherent filter formed inside the capacitor winding, transients and noises coming from the mains cannot pass through the capacitor and reach the primary signal path. The four pole electrolytic is the ultimate reservoir capacitor choice for switched mode and traditional power supplies.

Construction
Very compact, macro- and micro vibration and microphony free design made with paper tissues consisting of the finest fibres, high purity aluminium foils etched with fully controlled pore structure and impregnation electrolyte with special chemicals.

Radial performance with optimised C/V ratio
The capacitor winding is encased in an aluminium can, sealed with polymer rubber/phenol paper deck supplied with pin tag termination. Safety vent on the aluminium case. The capacitor is supplied with plastic sleeve insulation. Copper plated aluminum can for shielding or aluminum can with colored and insulating oxide layer for avoiding plastic insulation for better sound quality, are optional.

The capacitors are designed to be mounted by their termination alone. Fixing accessories are not necessary. The capacitors can be delivered with an asymmetrical or a symmetrical pin configuration. (we have the asymmetrical version on stock)


More information about the Jensen four pole electrolytic capacitors (pdf-file)