Quantic™ Evans is an elite designer and manufacturer of space-grade capacitors, currently qualified and in service with all tier-1 aerospace and defense contractors.

Space-Grade Capacitors

Quantic Evans hybrid wet tantalum capacitors are perfectly suited to handle the unique requirements demanded in space applications. They are routinely screened and qualified to NASA EEE-INST-002 in addition to individual mission requirements. Our capacitors have also earned approval from the European Space Agency to be used on the ROSE-L satellite. Read More

Our capacitors are the most power dense in the industry and provide significant SWaP savings compared to other capacitor technologies, making them ideal for space-based applications where minimizing volume and weight are critical design considerations.

Quantic Evans is Going to Titan on NASA's Dragonfly

Quantic Evans is going on a deep space mission onboard NASA’s Dragonfly, a roto-craft lander that will launch in 2028 and land in 2034 on Titan, Saturn’s largest moon. The Dragonfly will analyze and characterize the habitability of Titan’s environment and investigate the progression of its prebiotic chemistry. Quantic Evans is proud to be a part of the NASA mission to explore the unknown in air and space, innovate for the benefit of humanity and inspire the world through discovery. 

Watch the NASA Video "The Science of Dragonfly" 

Quantic Evans is Going to Mars with NASA 

One of the biggest questions in planetary science is whether life ever arose on Mars, and NASA and the European Space Agency are sending a cutting-edge instrument to the red planet to find out – and Quantic Evans hybrid wet tantalum capacitors are on board!  

The Mars Organic Molecule Analyzer, or MOMA, will be the most sophisticated mass spectrometer ever sent beyond Earth to collect and analyze soil samples. Quantic Evans capacitors support the mechanism that collects the soil samples by powering the electric pulse needed to fire the solenoid, the device that in turn, actuates the arm of the sampling mechanism. Don't miss the launch scheduled for 2028.

Watch the NASA Video "Mars Organic Molecular Analyzer (MOMA)"

Watch the NASA Video “Searching for Signs of Life on Mars.”

Key Features
  • In Use on Various Satellites & Spacecraft Currently
  • in Service
  • Used on Hi-Rel/Short Life Defense Articles
  • Routinely Screened and Qualified to NASA EEE-INST-002
  • Significant SWAP Savings vs Traditional
  • Capacitor Technology
  • Rugged Design Withstands Extreme Shock, Vibration
  • & Temperature
  • Withstands Radiation Environments
Space Applications
  • Thrusters/Electric Propulsion
  • Transmit/Receive Modules
  • Power Holdup/Bridge Power
  • Defense/Electronic Warfare

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Resources to Download

Space-Grade Products

Download our White Paper "Specifying Capacitors for Space-Based Applications" 

Watch our Webinar

2023 NASA State-of-the-Art Small Spacecraft Technology Report