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KONNEKT™ High-Density Packaging Technology

KEMET Electronics KONNEKT™ High-Density Packaging Technology enables components to be bonded together without the use of metal frames, reducing with it the ESR, ESL, and thermal resistance to capacitors. The KONNEKT technology utilizes innovative transient liquid phase sintering (TLPS) material. The TLPS material has a low-temperature reaction of low melting point metal or alloy, with a high melting point metal or alloy, to form a reacted metal matrix. This process results in a highly conductive bonding material that can be used to connect multiple MLCCs together to form a single surface-mountable component.

TT-MU-80-C1812C663KFRLAUTO
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Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors MLCC - SMD/SMT 1500V 0.066uF X7R 1812 10% AEC-Q200

Sku: TT-MU-80-C1812C663KFRLAUTO
₹426


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KONNEKT™ High-Density Packaging Technology

KEMET Electronics KONNEKT™ High-Density Packaging Technology enables components to be bonded together without the use of metal frames, reducing with it the ESR, ESL, and thermal resistance to capacitors. The KONNEKT technology utilizes innovative transient liquid phase sintering (TLPS) material. The TLPS material has a low-temperature reaction of low melting point metal or alloy, with a high melting point metal or alloy, to form a reacted metal matrix. This process results in a highly conductive bonding material that can be used to connect multiple MLCCs together to form a single surface-mountable component.