When we buy any product, we will consider the practicability, that is to say, what suits us is the best. Similarly, when purchasing thin-film capacitors, we should also purchase appropriate thin-film capacitors in combination with the use scenarios. So what common mistakes should be avoided when purchasing thin film capacitors? Let's take a look at it.
Rich people only sell the most expensive, not the best. This is only the consumption concept of the rich. For enterprises, cost is the primary factor to be considered.
Therefore, when purchasing thin-film capacitors, we should not only ensure the excellent performance and stability of the capacitor, but also consider the quality of other components, as well as the coherence of the overall circuit design, that is to say, the best one is suitable.
The second is the consideration of the capacity of the film capacitor when it is purchased.
Many people think that the larger the capacitance, the better. When choosing the film capacitor, the larger the capacitance is, the better. But we should know that the larger the capacitance is, the larger the capacitor volume is. This will not only occupy more space, but also affect the heat dissipation and increase the cost of the product.
Therefore, we should choose the suitable film capacitor according to the application scenarios of the film capacitor and the demand of the whole circuit, and avoid blindly pursuing the high price and large capacity.