DFC- Energy Discharge Application in AED

Highlights:-

  1. High charge / discharge cycles 2000 to 10,000
  2. Very low ESR
  3. Very low dissipation factor
  4. Silicon insulated wire termination and Faston terminations
  5. Plastic and Aluminum enclosures round and oval
  6. High energy density
  7. Monophasic and Biphasic designs
  8. RoHS compliant
  9. Flame retardancy UL94-V0

Technical Specification:-

Physical Characteristics

  1. Dielectric material Polypropylene film
  2. Electrode material Metallised polypropylene film
  3. Winding construction Polypropylene film, metallised polypropylene
  4. Enclosure Performed UL- 94-V0 plastic with thermosetting resin-fill
  5. Terminals Flexible Silicon insulated UL 94V0 cable.

Electrical Characteristics

  1. Capacitance range (Cr @ 1 KHz) 32 μF to 195 μF
  2. Volatge range (Vrdc @ 25°C) 1750 Vdc to 5000 Vdc
  3. Capacitance tolerance ± 5% or as required
  4. Tan D @ 100 Hz, 25°C 0.015 max.
  5. Operating DV/DT 1.275 V/ μS @ 4 pulses / minute, 25°C
  6. Maximum DV/DT 2.55 V/ μS @ 0.8 Vrdc, 25°C
  7. Voltage Bleed down (∆ V) 2% after 10 seconds after charged to Vrdc, 25°C
  8. Normal voltage reversal (Vrev) 10%
  9. Test Voltage terminal to terminal V t-t 1.1 x Vrdc for 1 minute
  10. Test Voltage terminal to case V t-c 5000 Vdc 10 Seconds
  11. Self inductance >1 μH
  12. Typical operating cycles 2000 to 10,000 cycles
  13. Operating temperature -20°C To + 65°C
  14. Storage temperature -40°C To + 65°C
  15. Altitude Msl to 15000 feet approximate
  16. Mechanical Shock (IEC 68-2-27) 50 G peak half sinusoidal shock wave, 11 mSec. On 3 axis both directions 3 Shocks / axis
  17. Humidity IEC 61071 Class F: Max. relative humidity 75% annual means, 85% occasional, 95% 30 days / year, condensation not permitted.

Applications:

Automated External Defibrillators