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Established in 1909, Cornell Dubilier Electronics, Inc. specializes in designing, developing, and manufacturing capacitor solutions. The Liberty, South Carolina-based company maintains a global presence to serve its over 35,000 customers. It maintains production and logistics facilities in New Bedford Massachusetts, Mexicali, Mexico, and Hong Kong.
The company’s products primarily have applications in the aerospace, industrial, and military fields. Its lineup includes aluminum polymer, mica, motor run, aluminum electrolytic, harmonic filter, defibrillator, power film, inverter, high voltage, ballast lighting, photoflash, and double-layer capacitors. The firm also offers a selection of rechargeable batteries and capacitor mounting hardware.
Over a century ago, Cornell Dubilier began its life with a single, game-changing innovation. Founder William Dubilier made a capacitor out a phyllosilicate mineral called Mica. The inventor found his creation offered high Q performance without the cracking problems associated with porcelain and ceramic capacitors. The component’s unique composition made it ideal for radio and television broadcasting because it optimized long-range transmissions.
Since then, Cornell Dubline followed the trail its founder blazed by developing a wide array of innovative capacitance products.
Today, the firm’s engineers use their expertise and the company’s research and development facilities to design new components that can stand up to rigorous industrial demands. In addition, as a military supplier for over five decades, Cornell Dubilier has developed world-class testing facilities that it uses to ensure all of its products are of the highest quality.
Recently, the company added to the DFS Series Supercapacitors to its portfolio. The line provides high power density, low equivalent series resistance (ESR), and comes in 3V and 6V assortments. The product also has a wide operating temperature range of -40°C to 85°C.
Cornell Dubilier’s commitment to innovation and passion for quality will see the firm through a second century in business.