High Temperature Capacitors (>175 Degrees C): World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities: FY 2012-2017 ISBN # 1-893211-90-8 (2012)

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Forecasted changes in temperature requirements in defense and downhole pump electronics have challenged the capacitor industry to produce new products that can operate in exceedingly higher temperatures for longer time periods of time. For years the operating temperature and available capacitance values of competing high temperature dielectrics was limited to about 200 degrees C and picofarad levels of capacitance. There was also the added problem of limited volumetric efficiency of the capacitors being consumed. Therefore, the trend has been to increase the operating temperature of the capacitors competing in the space, to increase the available capacitance values of the capacitors competing in the space, and to expand the product offering with respect to capacitor case size, configuration and performance for extended periods of time at such high temperatures. Multiple dielectrics are now employed to operate at elevated temperatures and include ceramic, tantalum, plastic film, mica, solid aluminum, glass, silicon, diamond-like and aluminum oxynitride. Ceramic, tantalum, plastic film, glass and diamond-like capacitors have established reliability in the high temperature arena, while solid aluminum, silicon and aluminum oxynitride are emerging technologies. Because of the end-markets into which these high temperature capacitors are sold include both defense and oil & gas related electronic sub-assemblies, these high temperature capacitors are usually subjected to additional rigors of extreme environments in addition to extreme temperatures, including enhanced vibration frequencies, high voltage environments, and radiation exposure. Subsequently failure modes for these “application specific” capacitors include delamination, tomb-stoning, thermal stress cracking, wild fluctuations in capacitance with temperature; and questionable insulation resistance. This study addresses the growing market for capacitors in the 175 degree C to 450 degree C operating temperature range, and forecasts the rate of global consumption over the next five years. Published June 2012, 132 Pages - ISBN # 1-893211-90-8 (2012)

High Temperature Capacitors (>175 Degrees C): World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities: FY 2012-2017 ISBN # 1-893211-90-8 (2012)

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Multiple dielectrics are now employed to operate at elevated temperatures and include ceramic, tantalum, plastic film, mica, solid aluminum, glass, silicon, diamond-like and aluminum oxynitride. Thus study analyzes the growing market for high temperature capacitors for extreme temperature applications from 175 Degrees To 460 Degrees C.

Table of Contents HIGH TEMPERATURE CAPACITORS: WORLD MARKETS, TECHNOLOGIES & OPPORTUNITIES: 2012-2017 2 INTRODUCTION: 12 About the Author: 12 Research Methodology Employed: 13 The Paumanok Research Methodology: 14 Government Data Collection and Resources: 14 Secondary Published Sources: 15 Primary Intelligence Gathering: 15 The Passive Component Supply Chain: 16 Mining and Extraction of Raw Materials: 17 Raw Materials Processing: 18 Component Manufacturing: 18 Component Distribution: 18 End-Market Consumption: 19 Recycling of Critical Materials: 19 Technical Economic Maxims Related To Passive Electronic Components: 20 The Two Technical Economic Maxims Associated with Passive Components: 21 Ubiquitous Nature of Passive Components: 21 Relationship Between Capacitance and Available Surface Area: 21 Financial Considerations With Respect To This Report: 22 The Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2012 22 Currency Translation 22 Volume, Value and Pricing Data: 23 MARKETS: 24 High Temperature Capacitors (>175 Degrees C): World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities: FY 2012-2017 24 Introduction 24 Global Market Value For High Temperature Capacitors > 175 Degrees C: 25 Historical Market Growth In High Temperature Capacitors > 175 Degrees C: 25 HIGH TEMPERATURE CAPACITOR MARKETS BY DIELECTRIC: FY 2012: 27 Ceramics: High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors >175 Degree C 27 Tantalum: High Temperature Tantalum Capacitors >175 Degree C 27 Plastic Film: High Temperature Plastic Film Capacitors >175 Degree C 28 Mica: High Temperature Mica Capacitors >175 Degree C 29 Glass: High Temperature Glass Capacitors >175 Degree C 29 Silicon: High Temperature Capacitors >175 Degree C 30 Diamond-Like (DLC): High Temperature Capacitors >175 Degree C 30 Aluminum Oxynitride: High Temperature Capacitors >175 Degree C 30 Hybrid Capacitors: High Temperature Capacitors >175 Degree C 30 CONSUMPTION VOLUME ESTIMATES FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE CAPACITORS > 175 DEGREES C: 32 AVERAGE UNIT PRICING ESTIMATES FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE CAPACITORS > 175 DEGREES C: 33 SUMMARY OF VALUE, VOLUME AND AVERAGE UNIT PRICING FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE CAPACITORS > 175 DEGREES C BY CAPACITOR TYPE: FY 2012 34 MARKET SHARES: 35 Market Share Estimates In High Temperature Capacitors > 175 Degrees C: FY 2012 35 TECHNOLOGIES: 38 High Temperature Capacitors By Type, Dielectric and Configuration: 175 Degrees C to 450 Degrees C 38 175 Degrees C To 200 Degree C Markets: FY 2012: 38 250 to 260 Degree C Markets: FY 2012: 38 300 to 450 Degree C Markets: FY 2012: 39 COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT IN HIGH TEMPERATURE CAPACITORS BY VENDOR, COMPONENT CONFIGURATION, MAXIMUM OPERATING TEMPERATURE AND DIELECTRIC: FY 2012: 41 High Temperature Capacitors > 175 Degrees C- Comparison by Operating Voltage: FY 2012: 42 High Temperature Capacitors: > 175 Degrees C- Comparison by Capacitance Value: FY 2012: 43 HISTORICAL GROWTH TRENDS BY HIGH TEMPERATURE DIELECTRIC: SEVEN-YEAR ANALYSIS: 2005-2012 44 CUSTOMER TRENDS AND DIRECTIONS: 44 OPPORTUNITIES: 45 HIGH TEMPERATURE CAPACITOR MARKETS BY END-USE MARKET SEGMENT: FY 2012: 46 Defense & Aerospace Electronics: 46 Defense Related Platforms Consuming High Temperature Capacitors: FY 2012 47 Oil, Gas & Geothermal Electronics: 48 Specialty Industrial Electronics: 48 Peripheral Market Opportunities: 48 Audio Filtering (High End Audio Aftermarket): 48 Xenon Headlamps (Automotive OEM): 49 175 Degree Prototype For UTH Applications (Automotive Racing Circuit): 49 Historical Global Value of Demand For High Temperature Capacitors: (In Millions of USD) 50 Defense & Aerospace Customers: 52 Oil & Gas Electronics Customers: 53 CERAMICS: 54 HIGH TEMPERATURE CERAMIC CAPACITORS >200 DEGREES C: WORLD MARKET OUTLOOK: 2012-2017 54 Global Market Size and Growth: FY 2012 and Forecasts To 2017 54 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitor Configurations: FY 2012 56 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitor Markets By End-Use Market Segment: 2012 and 2017 Outlook 56 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitor Markets (Through hole): 58 Axial & Radial Leaded High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors: Average Unit Prices: 58 End-Use Markets: Axial & Radial Leaded High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors 58 Applications: Axial & Radial Leaded High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors 58 Customers: Axial & Radial Leaded High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors 59 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitor (SMD Chip): 59 MLCC High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors Average Unit Prices: 59 MLCC High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors End-Use Markets: 59 MLCC High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors Customers: 59 MLCC High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors Applications: 59 Competitive Environment in Ceramic Capacitors for High Temperature Applications: FY 2012 60 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitor Vendors >175 C: 2012 Estimated Sales & Market Shares 62 KEY VENDORS AND PRODUCT OFFERINGS IN HIGH TEMPERATURE CERAMIC CAPACITORS: FY 2012 63 AMC/Johanson: SMT, Radial & Stacked Ceramic Capacitors 63 AVX/Kyocera Corporationz: SXP Ceramic Capacitor 63 Calramic Technologies LLC: HTHV Ceramic Capacitors Radial & Axial 63 Eurofarad (An Exelia Company): HT Class 1 and Class 2 Ceramic Chip, Molded Axial and Radial 64 Holy Stone Enterprise Co., Ltd.: HMC, HSC, HTC and HXX Ceramic Capacitors 64 Kemet Electronics : H Series; ACR, ARR, TCR, TRR and VCR; and Pulse Detonator Ceramic Caps 64 Novacap (A Dover Company): High Temperature MLCC; COG, X7R; Pulse Detonator Capacitors 65 Presidio Components, Inc. : HT MLCC and Stacked Ceramic Capacitors 65 SRT Micro-Ceramique: Ceramic D03, D07 type MLCC 65 TRS TECHNOLOGIES, INC(CENTRE CAPACITOR): ADVANCED HT FERROELECTRIC CERAMIC CAPACITOR 66 Wright Capacitors, Inc. Radial Leaded High Temp Ceramic Capacitors 66 Ceramic Capacitors: Trends in R&D Related to High Temperature Operation: 66 TANTALUM: 68 HIGH TEMPERATURE TANTALUM CAPACITORS: WORLD MARKETS, TECHNOLOGIES OPPORTUNITIES: 2012-2017: 68 High Temperature Tantalum Capacitors > 175 Degrees C: Global Market Forecasts: FY 2012-2017 68 Maximum Operating Temperature For High Temperature Tantalum Capacitors By Vendor and Component Configuration: FY 2012 70 Tantalum Wet-Slug Versus Molded Chip: 70 Operating Voltage of High Temperature Tantalum Capacitors >175 Degrees C By Component Configuration: FY 2012 72 Capacitance Value of High Temperature Tantalum Capacitors >175 Degrees C By Component Configuration: FY 2012 72 Global Market Shares In High Temperature Tantalum Capacitors: FY 2012 72 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS OF HIGH TEMPERATURE TANTALUM CAPACITOR VENDORS AND PRODUCTS: FY 2012 73 AVX/Kyocera Corporation: THJ Series Molded High Temperature Tantalum Chip 73 Kemet Electronics: T499 High Temperature Molded Chip Capacitors 74 Vishay Intertechnology : High Temperature Tantalum Wets and Molded Tantalum Chips 74 Tantalum Capacitors: Trends in R&D Related to High Temperature Operation: 75 PLASTIC FILM: 76 HIGH TEMPERATURE PLASTIC FILM CAPACITORS: WORLD MARKETS, TECHNOLOGIES OPPORTUNITIES: 2012-2017 76 High Temperature Plastic Film Capacitors: Global Markets: FY 2012 76 Operating Voltage of High Temperature Plastic Film Capacitors >175 Degrees C By Component Configuration: FY 2012 78 Capacitance Value of High Temperature Plastic Film >175 Degrees C By Component Configuration: FY 2012 78 Self -Healing Aspect of Dielectric Plastic Film: 78 Research and Development in High Temperature Plastic Film Capacitors: FY 2012 78 Defense and Other Applications For High Temperature Film Capacitors: FY 2012 79 Market Shares in High Temperature Plastic Film Capacitors: FY 2012 80 Plastic Film Material Types are Used In High Temperature Film Capacitors > 175 Degrees C 82 Polymide Film: 83 PTFE Film: 83 Historical Attempts and High Temperature Plastic Film Development: 1995-2012 (PB, PBT and BB Films) 83 FPE Film Development: 84 Roadmapping The Future: 84 What are the Growth Trends? 84 High Temperature (>175 Degrees C) Film Capacitor Manufacturers and Their Product Lines: FY 2012 85 American Capacitor Corporation: Teflon® and Kapton® Film Capacitors 85 Arizona Capacitors, Inc. (Electrotechnik): Custom Teflon® Capacitors 85 Dearborn Electronics, Inc. (An Exellia Company): FPE Film Capacitors 85 Custom Electronics, Inc. Teflon® Capacitors 86 Electronic Concepts, Inc. Teflon ® Capacitors 86 Polyflon Company
(A Crane Company) PTFE Teflon® Capacitors 86 Plastic Film Capacitors: Trends in R&D Related to High Temperature Operation: 87 MICA: 89 HIGH TEMPERATURE MICA CAPACITORS: WORLD MARKETS, TECHNOLOGIES OPPORTUNITIES: 2012-2017 89 Temperature Handling Capabilities of High Temperature Mica Capacitors >175 Degrees C: FY 2012 90 Operating Voltage of High Temperature Mica Capacitors >175 Degrees C: FY 2012 90 Capacitance Value of High Temperature Mica Capacitors >175 Degrees C: FY 2012 90 MARKET SHARES IN HIGH TEMPERATURE MICA CAPACITORS > 175 DEGREES C: FY 2012 90 COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT IN HIGH TEMPERATURE MICA CAPACITORS: FY 2012 VENDORS AND PRODUCT LINE UP 92 Eurofarad (An Exelia Company) MB7 Series 200 Line 92 Custom Electronics, Inc. CKR Mica Capacitors 92 OTHER DIELECTRICS: 93 OTHER CAPACITOR MARKETS: HIGH TEMPERATURE 175 DEGREES C 93 Glass Capacitors: 93 AVX CORPORATION: GLASS CAPACITORS 93 Aluminum Electrolytic: 94 Vishay Intertechnology (BCcomponents) 123 SAL-A; 128 SAL RPM 94 Aluminum Capacitors: Trends in R&D Related to High Temperature Operation: 94 DLC Capacitors: 95 K Systems Corporation 95 DLC Capacitors: Trends in R&D Related to High Temperature Operation: 95 Silicon Capacitors: 97 Ipdia: Extreme Temperature Capacitors 97 Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
 MIS Silicon Chip Capacitors 97 Nanohmics/Faradox Energy Storage, Inc. 98 Hybrid Capacitors: 98 Evans Capacitor Company: THQA2-HT 98 Aluminum Oxynitride Capacitors: 98 Aluminum Oxynitride Capacitors: Trends in R&D Related to High Temperature Operation: 99 FORECASTS: 100 HIGH TEMPERATURE CAPACITOR CONSUMPTION: FY 2012-2017 100 Forecasted Worldwide Growth For High Temperature Capacitors: FY 2012-2017: 100 Forecasted Growth for High Temperature Capacitors By Capacitor Type: FY 2012-2017: 101 High Temperature Ceramic Capacitors: Forecasted Market Growth: FY 2012-2017 101 High Temperature Plastic Film Capacitors: Forecasted Market Growth: FY 2012-2017: 102 High Temperature Tantalum Capacitors: Forecasted Market Growth: FY 2012-2017: 102 High Temperature Mica Capacitors: Forecasted Market Growth: FY 2012-2017: 102 Other High Temperature Capacitors: Forecasted Market Growth: FY 2012-2017: 102 Forecasted Growth For High Temperature Capacitors By End-Use Market Segment: FY 2012-2017 103 Defense & Aerospace Market Outlook For High Temperature Capacitors: FY 2012-2017 103 Oil & Gas Electronics Market Outlook for High Temperature Capacitors: FY 2012-2017 103 Industrial Market Outlook for High Temperature Capacitors: FY 2012-2017 104 VENDORS: 105 DIRECTORY OF VENDORS OF HIGH TEMPERATURE CAPACITORS (>175 DEGREES C): 105 ACC 106 American Capacitor Corporation 106 AMC 107 ADVANCED MONOLYTHIC CERAMICS (A JOHANSON DIELECTRICS, INC. COMPANY) 107 ARIZONA CAPACITOR 108 ARIZONA CAPACITORS, INC. (ELECTROTECHNIK) 108 AVX 109 AVX/KYOCERA CORPORATION (NYSE: AVX : RIC 6971:): 109 CALRAMIC 110 CALRAMIC TECHNOLOGIES LLC 110 CUSTOM ELECTRONICS 111 CUSTOM ELECTRONICS, INC. 111 DEARBORN (EXELLIA) 112 DEARBORN ELECTRONICS, INC. (AN EXELLIA COMPANY) 112 DOVER 113 DOVER CORPORATION (PUBLIC, NYSE:DOV) {NOVACAP, DLI AND SYFER} 113 ELECTRONIC CONCEPTS 114 ELECTRONIC CONCEPTS, INC. 114 EUROFARAD 115 EUROFARAD (AN EXELIA COMPANY) 115 EVANS 116 EVANS CAPACITOR COMPANY, 116 EXXELIA 117 EXXELIA GROUP 117 HOLYSTONE 118 HOLY STONE ENTERPRISE CO., LTD. (PUBLIC, TPE:3026) 118 IPDIA 119 IPDIA 119 JOHANSON 120 JOHANSON DIELECTRICS
(JOHANSON TECHNOLOGY, ADVANCED MONOLYTHIC CAPACITORS) 120 K SYSTEMS 120 K SYSTEMS CORPORATION 120 KEMET 122 KEMET ELECTRONICS (NYSE: KEM): 122 NANOHMICS/FARADOX 124 NANOHMICS INCORPORATED
 124 NOVACAP 124 NOVACAP (A DOVER COMPANY) 124 POLYFLON 125 POLYFLON COMPANY
(A CRANE COMPANY) 125 PRESIDIO 126 PRESIDIO COMPONENTS, INC. (PRIVATE) 126 SKYWORKS 127 SKYWORKS SOLUTIONS, INC.
 127 SRT-MC 128 SRT MICRO-CERAMIQUE 128 TRS/CENTRE CAPACITOR 129 TRS TECHNOLOGIES, INC. (INCLUDES CENTRE CAPACITOR) 129 VISHAY 130 VISHAY INTERTECHNOLOGY (NYSE:VSH) 130 WRIGHT 132 WRIGHT CAPACITORS, INC.
(PRIVATE) 132