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Capacitor withstand voltage: an electrical voltage, that is, a voltage at which an electrical or electronic component can function normally, above which the component cannot function properly, and the ceramic chip capacitor will be broken down once it exceeds its voltage value. It's not working.
Capacitive rated voltage: refers to the standard operating voltage of the product. An electrical appliance that works normally for a long time at this voltage, such as a rated voltage of 220 V on a television. The rated voltage is the standard voltage to ensure the long-term stability of the capacitor. The applied voltage at both ends of the capacitor in use should not exceed this value. It is best to be equal to this value.
The voltage resistance of the capacitor must be higher than the rated working voltage. Because of the different market demand, manufacturers will produce different voltage-resistant products, and the voltage-resistant and rated voltages are related to each other.