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Conductive Polymer Capacitors: World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities For Tantalum and Aluminum Electrolytic Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2014-2019

NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Conductive Polymer Capacitors: World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities For Tantalum and Aluminum Electrolytic Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2014-2019
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Paumanok Publications, Inc. (Cary, NC USA) announces the release of their new market research report entitled "Conductive Polymer Capacitors: World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities For Tantalum and Aluminum Electrolytic Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2014-2019."

This new market research report covers solid and liquid conductive polymer capacitor markets, technologies and opportunities with forecasts to 2019. The study includes the global markets for solid polymer molded chip tantalum, solid polymer molded chip aluminum (H-Chip), solid and liquid polymer vertical chip (V-Chip) aluminum electrolytic and liquid polymer radial leaded aluminum electrolytic capacitors worldwide. The study includes the value and volume of demand for conductive polymer capacitors by type and configuration as well as pricing for conductive polymer capacitors by type and configuration with value, volume and pricing forecasts to 2019. The study addresses the global market for conductive polymer capacitors by world region with forecasts to 2019 for conductive polymer capacitor consumption in China, Japan, Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific regions.

The study also addresses the conductive polymer capacitor market by type and configuration and end-use market segment in computers & peripherals, consumer audio and video imaging and home theatre electronics; power converter and industrial electronics, wireless access equipment, automotive electronics, telecommunications infrastructure and specialty electronics. The study also addresses the product line ups for 27 manufacturers of conductive polymer capacitors by type and configuration and has a competitive analysis for each product category based upon component operating voltage, maximum operating temperature, maximum capacitance value, equivalent series resistance and by solid polymer tantalum and aluminum case size. The study also addresses vendor market shares for each component sub-category including solid polymer molded chip tantalum, solid polymer molded chip aluminum (H-Chip), solid and liquid polymer vertical chip (V-Chip) aluminum electrolytic and liquid polymer radial leaded aluminum electrolytic capacitors worldwide.

The study also compares the costs to produce for both tantalum and aluminum capacitors and takes a look specifically at the variable costs associated with raw material usage and supply for each dielectric. The study also addresses the global markets for conductive polymer materials consumed in the global capacitor industry including polythiophene, polypyrrole and polyaniline materials, as well as the various application methods for applying conductive polymers in the finished capacitor, including the popular dipping and electro-polymerization processes. The study forecasts the global market consumption value, volume and pricing for conductive polymer capacitors by type and configuration, world region and end-use market segments to 2019.

1.0 SCOPE OF COVERAGE: 24

1.1 REASON FOR THE REPORT: 24
1.2 BACKGROUND OF THE REPORT: 24
1.2.1 About the Author: 25
1.2.2 Methodology Employed: 25
1.2.3 The Paumanok Research Methodology: 26
1.2.3 (A) Government Data Collection and Resources: 26
1.2.3 (B) Secondary Published Sources: 27
1.2.3 (C ) Primary Intelligence Gathering: 27
1.2.4 Fixed Capacitors and Their Respective Market Valuations and Sub-Categories: FY 2013 27
1.2.5 The Fundamental Capacitor Supply Chain: 29
1.2.5 (A) Mining of Raw Materials: 29
1.2.5 (B) Raw Materials Processing: 30
1.2.5 (C ) Component Manufacturing: 30
1.2.5 (D) Component Distribution: 30
1.2.5 (E) End-Market Consumption: 31
1.2.5 (F) Recycling of Critical Materials: 31
1.2.6 Technical-Economic Maxims Related To Capacitors: 32
1.2.7 The Two Technical Economic Maxims Associated with All Capacitors:: 32
1.3 FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THIS REPORT: 33
1.3.1 Fiscal Year Reporting 33
1.3.2 Currency Translation 33
1.3.3 Volume, Value and Pricing Data: 34

2.0 TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW: 35

2.1 COMPONENT TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW: 35
2.1.1 Aluminum Capacitor Technology: 35
2.1.1 (A) Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor Component Configurations: 35
2.1.1 (A1) Radial Leaded Aluminum Capacitors 37
2.1.1 (A2) Vertical Chip Capacitors (V-Chip) 37
2.1.1 (A3) Horizontal Chip Capacitors (H-Chip) 37
2.1.1 (A4) Axial Leaded Aluminum Capacitors 38
2.1.1 (A5) Screw Terminal {Large Can} 38
2.1.1 (A6) Snap-In/Snap-Mount Aluminum Capacitors 39
2.1.1 (A7) Other Specialty Aluminum Capacitors 39
2.1 (A8) Global Value of Demand for Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors By Configuration: FY 2013 39
2.1.2 Tantalum Capacitor Technology: 40
2.2.1 Tantalum Capacitor Component Configurations: 41
2.2.1 (A1) Molded Tantalum Chip: 43
2.2.1 (A2) Coated Tantalum Chip: 43
2.2.1 (A3) Radial Dipped Tantalum: 44
2.2.1 (A4) Molded Radial Tantalum: 44
2.2.1 (A5) Molded Axial Tantalum: 45

2.2.1 (A6) Hermetically Sealed Tantalum: 45
2.2.1 (A7) Wet Slug Tantalum: 45
2.2.1 (A8) New and Emerging Tantalum Capacitor Configurations: 45
2.3 POLYMER TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW: 46
2.3.1 Historical Development of Polymer Cathodes for Capacitors: 46
2.3.2 Why ESR Is Important In A Capacitor? 48
2.3.3 The Different Types of Conductive Polymers Employed In Capacitor Cathodes: 49
2.3.4 The Difference Between Polypyyrole, Polythiophene and Polyaniline In The Finished Capacitor: 49
2.3.4 (A) Polypyrrole: 49
2.3.4 (B) Polythiophene (Including PeDOT): 49
2.3.4 (C ) Polyaniline: 49
2.3.5 Production Process For Conductive Polymer Anodes—Methods of Polymer Penetration: 50
2.3.5 (A) Electro-Polymerization Method 50
2.3.5 (B) Dipping Method: 50
2.3.6 Current Conductive Polymer Pricing And Changes In The Market: 51
2.3.7 The Difference in Conductive Polymer Performance In The Finished Capacitor: 51 2.0 TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW: 35
2.1 COMPONENT TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW: 35
2.1.1 Aluminum Capacitor Technology: 35
2.1.1 (A) Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor Component Configurations: 35
2.1.1 (A1) Radial Leaded Aluminum Capacitors 37
2.1.1 (A2) Vertical Chip Capacitors (V-Chip) 37
2.1.1 (A3) Horizontal Chip Capacitors (H-Chip) 37
2.1.1 (A4) Axial Leaded Aluminum Capacitors 38
2.1.1 (A5) Screw Terminal {Large Can} 38
2.1.1 (A6) Snap-In/Snap-Mount Aluminum Capacitors 39
2.1.1 (A7) Other Specialty Aluminum Capacitors 39
2.1 (A8) Global Value of Demand for Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors By Configuration: FY 2013 39

2.1.2 Tantalum Capacitor Technology: 40
2.2.1 Tantalum Capacitor Component Configurations: 41
2.2.1 (A1) Molded Tantalum Chip: 43
2.2.1 (A2) Coated Tantalum Chip: 43
2.2.1 (A3) Radial Dipped Tantalum: 44
2.2.1 (A4) Molded Radial Tantalum: 44
2.2.1 (A5) Molded Axial Tantalum: 45
2.2.1 (A6) Hermetically Sealed Tantalum: 45
2.2.1 (A7) Wet Slug Tantalum: 45
2.2.1 (A8) New and Emerging Tantalum Capacitor Configurations: 45
2.3 POLYMER TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW: 46
2.3.1 Historical Development of Polymer Cathodes for Capacitors: 46
2.3.2 Why ESR Is Important In A Capacitor? 48
2.3.3 The Different Types of Conductive Polymers Employed In Capacitor Cathodes: 49
2.3.4 The Difference Between Polypyyrole, Polythiophene and Polyaniline In The Finished Capacitor: 49
2.3.4 (A) Polypyrrole: 49
2.3.4 (B) Polythiophene (Including PeDOT): 49
2.3.4 (C ) Polyaniline: 49
2.3.5 Production Process For Conductive Polymer Anodes—Methods of Polymer Penetration: 50
2.3.5 (A) Electro-Polymerization Method 50
2.3.5 (B) Dipping Method: 50
2.3.6 Current Conductive Polymer Pricing And Changes In The Market: 51
2.3.7 The Difference in Conductive Polymer Performance In The Finished Capacitor: 51
2.3.8 Variations on Construction and Capacitor Configuration: 51
2.3.9 Key End-Use Markets For Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 53
2.3.10 Competitive Nature of The Conductive Polymer Capacitor Industry: 54
2.3.11 Conductive Polymer Capacitor Market Potential and Growth: 54

3.0 WORLD MARKET OVERVIEW: 55

3.1 Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2014 World Market Overview: 55
3.2 MARKET VALUE: 55
3.2.1 Global Consumption VALUE For Conductive Polymer Capacitors: FY 2013-2014 and Historical Revenue Analysis 55
3.2.2 Global Consumption VALUE For Conductive Polymer Capacitors: FY 2013-2014 and Historical Revenue Analysis by Type (Aluminum Versus
Tantalum Polymer Capacitors): 57
3.2.3 Global Consumption VALUE For Conductive Polymer Capacitors by Type and Component Configuration: FY 2013-2014 and Historical
Development 59
3.2.3 (A) Solid Polymer Tantalum Molded Chip Capacitors: Global Value of Consumption: 2013 and 2014 Forecasts 59
3.2.3 (B) Solid Polymer Aluminum Molded Chip Capacitors: Global Value of Consumption: 2013 and 2014 Forecasts 59
3.2.3 (C ) Vertical Polymer SMD Chip Capacitors: Global Value of Consumption: 2013 and 2014 Forecasts 59
3.2.3 (D) Radial Leaded Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: Global Value of Consumption: 2013 and 2014 Forecasts 60
3.3 MARKET VOLUME: 62
3.3.1 Global Consumption VOLUME For Conductive Polymer Capacitors: FY 2013-2014 and Historical Revenue Analysis 62
3.3.2 Global Consumption VOLUME For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type: FY 2013-2014 and Historical Shipment Volume Analysis 64
3.3.2 Global Consumption VOLUME For Conductive Polymer Capacitors by Type and Component Configuration: FY 2013-2014 and Historical
Development 66
3.2.3 (A) Solid Polymer Tantalum Molded Chip Capacitors: Global Volume of Consumption: 2013 and 2014 Forecasts 66
3.2.3 (B) Solid Polymer Aluminum Molded Chip Capacitors: Global Volume of Consumption: 2013 and 2014 Forecasts 66
3.2.3 (C ) Vertical Polymer SMD Chip Capacitors: Global Volume of Consumption: 2013 and 2014 Forecasts 66
3.2.3 (D) Radial Leaded Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: Global Volume of Consumption: 2013 and 2014 Forecasts 67
3.4 MARKET PRICING: 69
3.4.1 Global AVERAGE UNIT SELLING PRICE For Conductive Polymer Capacitors: FY 2013-2014 and Historical PRICING Analysis 69

3.4.1 Global AVERAGE UNIT SELLING PRICE For Conductive Polymer Capacitors by Type (Tantalum Versus Aluminum): FY 2013-2014 and Historical PRICING Analysis 71
3.4.2 Global AVERAGE UNIT SELLING PRICE For Conductive Polymer Capacitors by Type and Component Configuration: FY 2013-2014 and Historical PRICING Analysis 72
3.4.3 Summary of The Global Conductive Polymer Capacitor Markets By Type and Configuration Including Value, Volume and Pricing: 2013-2014 With Historical Data: 74
3.5 MARKETS BY TYPE: 75
3.5.1 SOLID VERSUS LIQUID-GLOBAL VALUE OF CONSUMPTION FOR CONDUCTIVE POLYMER CAPACITORS BY POLYMER SYSTEM (SOLID POLYMER VERSUS LIQUID POLYMER): FY 2013-2014 AND HISTORICAL DATA .
3.6 END-USE MARKETS: 77
3.6.1 Global Value of Consumption For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type (Polymer Aluminum Versus Polymer Tantalum) and End-Use Market Segment: FY 2013 77
3.6.2: Global Vendors of Polymer Capacitors By Type, Product Application and End-Use Market Segment: 2014 77
3.6.2 (A) Computers and Business Machines: 77
3.6.2 (A1) DC/DC Converters and SMPS: 77
3.6.2 (A2) CPU and VGA: 78
3.6.2 (A3) Flat Panel Displays: 78
3.6.2 (A4) USB Memory Sticks: 79
3.6.2 (A5) Copiers & Printers: 79
3.6.2 (A6) Video Projectors: 79
3.6.2 (B) Consumer AV & Home Theatre: 79
3.6.2 (B1) LCD TV Monitors: 79
3.6.2 (B2) Cable Set Top Box 79

3.6.2 (B3) MP3 Audio Player 79
3.6.2 (B4) Digital Cameras 80
3.6.2 (B5) Home Stereo 80
3.6.2 (B6) Game Consoles 80
3.6.2 (C) Industrial Electronics: 80
3.6.2 (C1) Power Supplies and DC/DC Converters: 80
3.6.2 (C2) LED Lamps and BackLighting: 80
3.6.2 (C3) Energy Harvesting 80
3.6.2 (C4) Test & Measurement Equipment 81
3.6.2 (C5) Coin Processing Machines 81
3.6.2 (C6) Barcode Scanners 81
3.6.2 (C7) Fingerprint ID 81
3.6.2 (C8) CCTV 81
3.6.2 (D) Wireless Access Equipment: 81
3.6.2 (D1) Smart Phones (Polymer Tantalum) 81
3.6.2 (D5) GPS Devices 82
3.6.2 (E) Automotive Electronics: 82
3.6.2 (E1) Automotive Inertial Mapping/GPS 82
3.6.2 (F) Telecommunications Infrastructure: 82
3.6.2 (F1) Base Stations 82
3.6.2 (F2) Routers 82
3.6.2 (G) Medical Electronics 82
3.6.2 (G1) Portable Medical Meters 82
3.6.2 (G2) Medical Monitors. 83
3.6.2 (G3) Pulse Oximeters 83
3.6.2 (H) Aerospace Equipment: 83
3.6.2 (H1) Navigation Equipment 83
3.6.2 (H2) Radar Circuits 83

3.7 WORLD REGIONS: 87
3.7.1 REGIONAL CONSUMPTION-Global Value of Consumption For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type (Polymer Aluminum Versus Polymer
Tantalum) and World Region: 2013: 87
3.7.1 (A) The Chinese Market For Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 87
3.7.1 (B) The Americas Market for Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 87
3.7.1 (C ) The Japanese Market For Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 88
3.7.1 (D) The European Market for Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 88
3.7.1 (E) The Asia-Pacific Market for Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 88
3.8 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: 90
3.8.1 COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT IN CONDUCTIVE POLYMER CAPACITORS: 90
3.8.1 (A) AIHUA (AISHI) {CHINA} 90
3.8.1 (A1) Aihua (Aishi) - Conductive Polymer Capacitors at Aihua Group (Types PZ and and PS): 90
3.8.1 (B) APAQ {CHINA} 90
3.8.1 (B1) Apaq - Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 90
3.8.1 (B1A) Apaq AP-CON Aluminum: Radial Leaded Solid Polymer Capacitor: 90
3.8.1 (B1B) Apaq AP-Cap Molded Chip Solid Polymer Aluminum Capacitor: 90
3.8.1 (C ) AVX {USA} 91
3.8.1 (C1) AVX Tantalum Corporation - Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 91
3.8.1 (C1A) AVX TCJ Series, TCM Series, TCN Series and F38 Series Capacitors: 91
3.8.1 (D) CARLIT/RUBYCON {JAPAN} 91
3.8,1 (D1) Rubycon – Carlit PC-Con Molded Chip Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 91
3.8.1 (E) CHINSAN {CHINA} 92
3.8.1 (E1) Chinsan Polymer Aluminum Capacitor Lines: 92
3.8.1 (F) ELNA {JAPAN} 92
3.8.1 (F1) Elna PV Series Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitor 92
3.8.1 (F1A) Elna PVG Series: 93
3.8.1 (F1B) Elna PVX Series: 93
3.8.1 (F1C) Elna PV2 Series: 93
3.8.1 (F1D) Elna PVM Series: 93
3.8.1 (F1E) Elna PVH Series: 93
3.8.1 (F1F) Elna PVO Series: 93
3.8.1 (F1G) Elna Additional Notes (RYK Series) 94

3.8.1 (G) ENESOL {KOREA ROK} 94
3.8.1 (G1) Enesol Radial Leaded Type: 94
3.8.1 (G2) Enesol SMD Type: 94
3.8.1 (H) FPCAP {CHINA} 95
3.8.1 (H1) FPCap Radial Leaded Type (RE): 95
3.8.1 (H2) FPCap SMD Type (ME): 95
3.8.1 (I) HITACHI AIC {JAPAN} 96
3.8.1 (I1) Hitachi AIC- Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 96
3.8.1 (I1A) TNC and TNF Series Capacitors: 96
3.8.1 (J) JAMICON/KAIMEI {CHINA} 96
3.8.1 (J1) Jamicon Conductive Polymer Radiual Leaded Designs: 96
3.8.1 (J1A) Jamicon PS Type Radial Leaded Low ESR 96
3.8.1 (J1B) Jamicon PT Type Radial Leaded Super Low ESR 96
3.8.1 (J1C) Jamicon PH Type Radial Leaded Low ESR Capacitors 97
3.8.1 (J1D) Jamicon The PC Type Chip V-Chip Solid Polymer Aluminum Capacitor 97
3.8.1 (J1E) Jamicon The PF Type V-Chip with Super Low ESR 97
3.8.1 (J1F) Jamicon The PB Type V-Chip with Super Low ESR & High Heat Resistance 97
3.8.1 (K) KEMET {USA} 97
3.8.1 (K1) Kemet T520, 530 and 540 Series KO Capacitors 97
3.8.1 (K2) Kemet A700 Series AO-CAP 98
3.8.1 (L) LELON {CHINA} 98
3.8.1 (L1) Lelon Radial Leaded Conductive Polymer Capacitor Line: 98
3.8.1 (L1A) Lelon OCR Radial Capacitor Line: 98
3.8.1 (L1B) Lelon OCV Chip Capacitor Line: 98
3.8.1 (M) MAN YUE {CHINA} 99
3.8.1 (M1) Man-Yue Radial Leaded Conductive Polymer Aluminum X-Con: 99
3.8.1 (M2) Man-Yue Vertical Chip Conductive Polymer Aluminum X-Con: 99
3.8.1 (N) MATSUO {JAPAN} 99
3.8.1 (N1) Matsuo TCA and TCB Series Conductive Polymer Tantalum Capacitors 99
3.8.1 (O) MURATA {JAPAN} 99
3.8.1 (O1) Murata Functional Polymer Aluminum Capacitor -Molded Chip ECAS Series 99
3.8.1 (P) NICHICON {JAPAN} 100
3.8.1 (P1) Conductive Polymer Capacitor Line At Nichicon: 100
3.8.1 (P1A) Nichicon Vertical Chip Type C Series Capacitors:
3.8.1 (P1B) Nichicon Radial Leaded L Series Capacitors: 100
3.8.1 (Q) NIPPON CHEMI-CON {JAPAN} 100
3.8.1 (Q1) Nippon Chemi-Con Conductive Polymer Line: 100
3.8.1 (Q1A) NCC PX Series V-Chip Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 101
3.8.1 (Q1B) NCC PS Series Radial Leaded Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitor: 101
3.8.1 (R ) NIPPON INDUSTRIES {JAPAN} 101
3.8.1 (R1) Conductive Polymer Capacitor Line at Nippon Industries 101
3.8.1 (R1A) NIC The New Hybrid Liquid V-Chip Aluminum Capacitor Line: 101
3.8.1 (R1B) NIC The Horizontal Molded Chip Aluminum Capaictor: 101
3.8.1 (S) PANASONIC/SANYO {JAPAN} 102
3.8.1 (S1) Panasonic SP-Cap Polymer Aluminum Line: 102
3.8.1 (S1A) Panasonic Type V-Hybird Conductive Polymer V-Chip Line: 102
3.8.1 (S1A1) Panasonic/Sanyo OS-CON 102
3.8.1 (S1A2) Panasonic/Sanyo Tantalum "POSCAP" 103
3.8.1 (T) ROHM {JAPAN} 103
3.8.1 (T1) Rohm Conductive Polymer Tantalum Capacitors: 103
3.8.1 (U) SAMWHA {KOREA ROK} 103
3.8.1 (U1) SamWha Vertical Chip Type Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 103
3.8.1 (U2) SamWha Radial Leaded Type Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 103
3.8.1 (U3) SamWha Molded H Chip Type Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 104
3.8.1 (V) SAMSUNG ELECTRO-MECHANICS {KOREA ROK} 104
3.8.1 V1) SEMCO SCS Series and SCE Series Conductive Polymer Tantalum Capacitors: 104
3.8.1 (W) SAMYOUNG {KOREA ROK} 104
3.8.1 (W1) Samyoung Surface Mount Type: Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 104

.8.1 (W2) Samyoung Radial Leaded: Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 105
3.8.1 (X) SUN ELECTRONIC {JAPAN} 105
3.8.1 (X1) Sun Electric EP Capacitor and Hybrid Polymer Electrolyte: 105
3.8.1 (X2) Sun Electric EP Cap-Conductive Polymer Aluminum Product Line (Hybrid Conductive Polymer): 105
3.8.1 (X2A) Sun Electric HVA Surface Mount Vertical Chip Design: 105
3.2.1 (X2B) Sun Electric HEA Radial Leaded Design: 105
3.8.1 (Y) TEAPO {CHINA} 106
3.8.1 (Y1) V-Chip Conductive Polymer Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors at Teapo: 106
3.8.1 (Y2) Radial Leaded Conductive Polymer Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors at Teapo: 106
3.8.1 (Z) TOKIN CORPORATION (NEC/KEMET) {JAPAN} 106
3.8.1 (Z1) TOKIN "NeoCapacitor Line" 107
3.8.1 (AA) VISHAY {USA} 108
3.8.1 (AA1) Vishay Type 255D and Tantalum Polymer Capacitors. 108
3.8.2 TOP 26 GLOBAL PRODUCERS OF CONDUCTIVE POLYMER CAPACITORS BY TYPE AND CONFIGURATION: 2014: 108
3.8.3 Major Competitive Positions By Vendor & Conductive Polymer Capacitor Configuration: Tantalum Molded Chip, Soilid Polymer Aluminum Chip,
Vertical Chip and Radial Leaded 110
3.8.4 Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Vendor, Type and Maximum Operating Voltage: 2014 111
3.8.5 Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Vendor, Type and Maximum Operating Temperature: 2014 113
3.8.6 Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Vendor, Type and Maximum Capacitance Value: 2014 115
3.8.7 Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Vendor, Type and Equivalent Series Resistance (ESR) Value: 2014 117
3.8.8 Solid Polymer Capacitors: Molded Chip Product Offering By Vendor, Type and Case Size: 2014 119
3.8.9 New Market Entrants In Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2005-2014 120
3.8.10 Recent Merger and Acquisition Activity in Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2005-2014 120
3.8.10 (A) Panasonic Merges With Sanyo 120
3.8.10 (B) Hereaus Buys Clevious, HC Starck's Conductive Polymer Business 120
3.8.10 (C ) Murata Buys SDK Capacitor 120
3.8.10 (D) Nichicon Buys Fujitsu Media Devices 121
3.8.10 (E) Rubycon and Japan Carlit Form Rubycon Carlit JV 121
3.8.10 (F) KEMET Purchases TOKIN Corporation From NEC: 121
3.8.10 (G) AVX Purchases Nichicon's Tantalum Operations: 122

3.8.10 (H) Holystone International Acquires The Hitachi AIC Tantalum Line: 122
3.9 MARKET SHARES: 123
3.9.1 Overall Market Shares in Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 . 123
3.9.2 Market Share Summary: Conductive Polymer Capacitors; Overall Market Shares by Product Type: (Solid Tantalum, Solid Aluminum, V-Chip,
Radial): 2013 125
3.9.3 Market Shares in Tantalum Polymer Capacitors: 2013 126
3.9.4 Market Shares In Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitors (Molded Chip, Vertical Chip and Radial Leaded Combined): 2013 127
3.9.5 Market Shares in Molded Chip Solid Polymer Aluminum Capacitors- H-Chip Sales: 2013 129
3.9.6 Market Shares In Vertical Chip Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 2013 130
3.9.8 Market Shares In Radial Leaded Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 2013 131
3.10 COSTS TO PRODUCE 132
3.10.1 ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS: COST TO PRODUCE: 2013 132
3.10.1 (A) Aluminum Capacitors: Operating Margin: 2013 132
3.10.1 (B) Aluminum Capacitors: Cost of Sales: 2013 132
3.10.1 (C ) Market Trends In CGS and Operating Margins for Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors: 2013 Versus 2010 132
3.10.1 (D) Fixed Costs Associated With The Production of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors: 2013: 133
3.10.1 (E) Variable Costs Associated With The Production of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors: 2013: 133
3.10.1 (F) Raw Material Costs Associated With The Production of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors: 2013: 133
3.10.1 (G) Variable Overhead Costs Associated With The Production of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors: 2013: 133
3.10.1 (H) Variable Labor Costs Associated With The Production of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors: 2013: 134
3.10.1 (I) Variable "Other" Manufacturing Costs Associated With The Production of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors: 2013: 134
3.10.2 Aluminum Capacitor: Raw Material Cost Breakdown: FY 2013 135
3.10.2 (A) Capacitor (Anode and Cathode) Foils: 135
3.10.2 (B) Can and Sleeve: 135
3.10.2 (C ) Electrolytes and Associated Chemistry: 135
3.10.2 (D) Rubber End Seals: 135

3.10.2 (E) Separator Paper: 136
3.10.2 (F) Electrode/Tab Materials: 136
3.10.2 (G) Lead Wires: 136
3.10.2 (H) PPS/Foot Tape: 136
3.10.2 (I) Other Raw Material Costs: 136
3.10.3 Estimated Costs To Produce Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors By Type: 2013: 137
3.10.3 (A) Foil Costs In a Radial Leaded 105 Degree C 5x11.5 mm Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor: 137
3.10.3 (B) Foil Costs In a Radial Leaded 105 Degree C 12.5 x 20mm Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor: 138
3.10.3 (C ) Foil Costs In a Vertical Chip 4.0x5.5 mm Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor: 138
3.10.3 (D) Foil Costs In a Vertical Chip 10x10.5 mm Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor: 138
3.10.3 (F) Foil Costs In Snap-In 105 Degree C 400 or 450 Vdc Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor: 138
3.10.4 TANTALUM CAPACITORS: COSTS TO PRODUCE: FY 2013 140
3.10.5 Changes In The Costs To Produce Tantalum Capacitors: 2013 Versus 2010 140
3.10.5 (A) Variable Cost Structure For Tantalum Capacitors: 2013 141
3.10.5 (B) Variable Raw Material Costs: Tantalum Capacitors: 2013 141
3.10.5 (C ) Fixed Costs For Tantalum Capacitors 2013: 141
3.10.5 (D) Variable Overhead Charges for Tantalum Capacitors: 2013: 141
3.10.5 (E) Variable Labor Costs For Tantalum Capacitors: 2013: 141
3.10.5 (F) Other Variable Manufacturing Charges for Tantalum Capacitors: 2013 142
3.10.6 Tantalum Capacitors: Cost of Raw Materials By Type: 2013 142
3.10.6 (A) Tantalum Metal Powder and Wire: 2013 142
3.10.6 (B) Leadframes: 2013 143
3.10.6 (C ) Silver Materials: 2013 143
3.10.6 (D) Cathode Materials: 2013 143
3.10.6 (E) Epoxy Resin: 2013 143
3.10.6 (F) Other Materials: 2013 143
3.10.7 Tantalum Capacitors: Costs To Produce By Type: 2013 144
3.10.7 (A) MN02 Cathode Type: 2013 144
3.10.7 (B) Conductive Polymer Cathode Type: 2013 145
3.10.7 (C ) Specialty Tantalum Capacitors: Axial, Radial and Wet Slug: 2013 145
3.10.8 Tantalum Value Chain To The Capacitor Industry: 2013 146
3.10.9 Summary Of Costs To Produce For Tantalum Capacitors: 2013 149
3.10.10 Best Practices In Cost Savings For Tantalum Capacitors: 150
3.11 CONDUCTIVE POLYMER MARKETS: 151
3.11.1 Conductive Polymer Customers and Consumption In The Global Capacitor Markets: 151
3.11.2 The Difference Between Polypyyrole, Polythiophene and Polyaniline In The Finished Capacitor: 152
3.11.2 (A) Polypyyrole: 153
3.11.2 (B) Polythiophene 153

3.11.2 (C ) Polyaniline 153
3.11.3 The Most Profitable System For Conductive Polymer In Solid Electrolytic Capacitors 153
3.11.4 The Black Art of Producing Reliable Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 154
3.11.5 The Dipping Polythiophene Process: 154
3.11.6 Electro polymerization Method 155
3.11.7 The Fundamental Production Problems When Employing A Polymer Cathode 155
3.11.8 Polymer Penetration Of The Anode and Anode Material Correlation: 155
3.11.9 Proper Edge Coating of the Rectangular Anode: 155
3.11.10 Lack Of Matched Materials Systems in Monomer, Oxidizer, Sealer, Silver and Graphite 156
3.11.11 Suppliers of Conductive Polymer Materials To The Capacitor Industry: 2013 156
3.11.12 New entrants (why is this so attractive to them?) 161
3.12 FORECASTS: 164
3.12.1 Overall VALUE Forecast Estimates for Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2014-2019 164
3.12.2 Overall VOLUME Forecast Estimates for Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2014-2019 164
3.12.3 Overall PRICING Forecast Estimates for Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2014-2019 165
3.12.4 Forecasts: Global Value, Volume and Pricing Forecasts for Solid Polymer Tantalum Capacitors: 2014-2019 166
3.12.5 Forecasts: Global Value, Volume and Pricing Forecasts for Solid Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 2014-2019 167
3.12.6 Forecasts: Global Value, Volume and Pricing Forecasts for Vertical Chip Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 2014-2019 167
3.12.7 Forecasts: Global Value, Volume and Pricing Forecasts for Radial Leaded Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 2014-2019 167
3.12.8 Forecasts: Global Consumption Value Forecasts For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type and World Region: 2013-2019 168
3.12.8 (A)Forecasts: The Chinese Market For Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 to 2019 168
3.12.8 (B) Forecasts The Americas Market for Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 to 2019 169
3.12.8 (C ) Forecasts: The Japanese Market For Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 to 2019 169
3.12.8 (D) Forecasts: The European Market for Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 to 2019 169
3.12.8 (E) The Asia-Pacific Market for Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 2013 169
3.12.9 Forecasts: Global Consumption Value Forecasts For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type and End-Use Market Segment: 2013-2019 169
3.12.9 (A) Forecasts: Global Consumption Value For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type in The Computer & Peripheral Market Segment: 2013 to 2019 170
3.12.9 (B) Forecasts: Global Consumption Value For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type in The Consumer AV Home Theatre Market Segment: 2013 to 2019 170
3.12.9 (C ) Forecasts: Global Consumption Value For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type in The Industrial Electronics Market Segment: 2013 to 2019 171
3.12.9 (D) Forecasts: Global Consumption Value For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type in The Wireless Devices Market Segment: 2013 to 2019 171
3.12.9 (E) Forecasts: Global Consumption Value For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type in The Automotive Electronics Market Segment: 2013 to 2019 171
3.12.9 (F) Forecasts: Global Consumption Value For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type in The Telecom Infrastructure Market Segment: 2013 to 2019 171
3.12.9 (G) Forecasts: Global Consumption Value For Conductive Polymer Capacitors By Type in The Specialty End-Use Market Segment: 2013 to 2019 172

4.0 CONDUCTIVE POLYMER CAPACITOR MANUFACTURERS: PRODUCER PROFILES- 173

4.1 AIHUA GROUP (AISHI) 173
Aihua Group (Aishi) 173
About This Company: 173
Affiliated Companies: 174
Aluminum Electrolytic Product Line: 174
Conductive Polymer Capacitors at Aihua Group (Types PZ and and PS): 174
4.2 APAQ TECHNOLOGY 175
Apaq Technology Company Limited 175
Additional Manufacturing: 175
Solid Polymer Capacitor Products: 175
AP-CON Aluminum: Radial Leaded Solid Polymer Capacitor: 176
AP-Cap Molded Chip Solid Polymer Aluminum Capacitor: 176
Production Capacity: 176
Employees: 176
Partner Companies: 176
4.3 AVX: 177
AVX Corporation (NYSE: AVX : RIC 6971:): 177
Introduction To AVX Corporation: 177
Annualized Revenues For AVX Corporation: 2008-2013 178
Revenues For AVX Corporation: 2008-2013 by Quarter (In Millions of USD) 179
AVX Revenue By Product Group: CY 2012 180
Notes On Advanced Products Group: 2013 181
Notes On Ceramic Components Group: 2013 181
AVX Revenue Trend By End-Use Market Segment: 2011-2012 182
AVX Revenue Trend By World Region: 2011-2012 183
AVX SWOT Analysis 183
AVX: Strengths 183
AVX Weaknesses: 183
AVX Opportunities: 184
AVX Threats: 184
AVX Corporation: Cost Of Goods Sold and Operating Profit Trend: 2007-2013 184
AVX In The Tantalum Capacitor Supply Chain: FY 2013: 185
AVX Tantalum Corporation - Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 186
AVX TCJ Series, TCM Series, TCN Series and F38 Series Capacitors: 186
4.4 CARLIT 187
Japan Carlit Company Limited 187
Company Description: 187
Electronic Industrial Minerals Division: 187

Conductive Polymer Materials: 188
Relationship With Rubycon: 188
Rubycon- Carlit Company Limited Joint Venture 188
PC-Con Molded Chip Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 188
About Rubycon Corporation: 189
4.5 CHINSAN 190
Chinsan Electronic Group 190
Description: 190
Aluminum Capacitor Products: 190
Polymer Aluminum Capacitor Lines: 190
Total Revenues: 190
Japan HITACHI Technology Supply. 191
Manufacturing Locations: 191
4.6 ELNA 191
ELNA Company Limited 191
Public Company: 191
Company Revenues: 191
Employees: 191
Product Lines: 192
Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor Product Line: 192
PV Series Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitor 192
PVG Series: 192
PVX Series: 192
PV2 Series: 193
PVM Series: 193
PVH Series: 193
PVO Series: 193

Additional Notes (RYK Series) 193
4.7 ENESOL 194
About This Company: 194
Business Relationship: 194
Plant Capacity: 194
Conductive Polymer Aluminum Products: 194
Radial Leaded Type: 195
SMD Type: 195
Applications For Conductive Polymer Aluminum Capacitors: 196
4.8 FPCAP 197
FPCAP Electronics (Suzhou) CO., LTD. 197
Background: 197
Product Line: 197
Conductive Polymer Aluminum Product Types: 198
Radial Leaded Type (RE): 198
SMD Type (ME): 198
Target Markets: 199
Employees: 199
4.9 HITACHI AIC (HOLY STONE POLYTECH) 199
Holy Stone Polytech Company Limited 199
Hitachi AIC Update: 199
Capacitor Product Line: 200
Revenue Estimates: 200
Tantalum Capacitor Product Line: 200
Holy Stone Corporate Headquarters 200
Hitachi AIC- Conductive Polymer Capacitors: 201
3.8.1 (I1A) TNC and TNF Series Capacitors: 201
4.10 JAMICON (KAIMEI) 201

Jamicon Electronics Corporation 201
About This Company: 201
Company Revenues: 202
Conductive Polymer Radiual Leaded Designs: 202
PS Type Radial Leaded Low ESR 202
PT Type Radial Leaded Super Low ESR 202
PH Type Radial Leaded Low ESR Capacitors 202
The PC Type Chip V-Chip Solid Polymer Aluminum Capacitor 202
The PF Type V-Chip with Super Low ESR 202
The PB Type V-Chip with Super Low ESR & High Heat Resistance 203
4.11 KEMET 203
Kemet Electronics Corporation 203
Company Background: 203
Development of the AO Capacitor 203
A700 Series AO-CAP 204
SMT Polymer Aluminum AO Capacitor General Specifications, Pricing and CGS 204
Annual Revenues For KEMET: 2009-2013 (USD in Millions) 205
Quarterly Revenues For KEMET: 2008-2013 (USD in Millions) 206
Kemet Revenues by World Region: FY 2013 207
Changes in KEMET Revenues By World Region: 2012-2013 207
KEMET Revenues By Product Group: FY 2011, 2012 and 2013 Forecast 208
KEMET Revenues By End-Use Market Segment: FY 2013 209
FY2013 and FY 2014 Outlook For KEM

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