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Roederstein - Vishay  Profile

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Roederstein - Vishay  Company Overview

Vishay Roederstein products include a wide range of film capacitors, including polyester, polypropylene, polycarbonate and RFI suppression, as well as aluminum electrolytic capacitors. Three different dielectric materials are used in the manufacture of Vishay Roederstein film capacitors: polyester film capacitors are classed as general purpose capacitors; polypropylene film capacitors are typically used in AC and pulse applications at high frequencies; and polycarbonate film capacitors are the preferred choice in filter and timing applications. Vishay Roederstein facilities are approved to ISO 9001/ISO9002, and most film and RFI capacitors are approved to CECC specifications.

Roederstein - Vishay  Products

The types of products manufactured by Roederstein - Vishay include Polyester Film Capacitors, Polypropylene Film Capacitors, [olycarbonate Film Capacitors, Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, and RFI Capacitors.

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