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Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor/ AD (For Audio) Radial Lead Type Series: AD Type : A(Radial Leads) ■ Recommended Applications Ammplifier. CD Player. Hi-Fi VTR. Car Audio. Electric piano Japan ■ Features Endurance: 85°C 1000 h, 5 mm height, Newly type electrolytic separator, Clear and speedy sound. ■ Specifications Category temp. range -40 to + 85°C Rated W.V. Range 6.3 to 50 V .DC Nominal Cap. Range 0.1 to 330µFCapacitance Tolerance ±20 % (120Hz/+20°C) DC Leakage Current I < 0.01 CV or 3(µ A) (Whichever is greater) Dissipation Factor Please see the attached standard products list After applyin...
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Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor/ AD (For Audio) Radial Lead Type Series: AD Type : A(Radial Leads)

■ Recommended Applications Ammplifier. CD Player. Hi-Fi VTR. Car Audio. Electric piano Japan ■ Features Endurance: 85°C 1000 h, 5 mm height, Newly type electrolytic separator, Clear and speedy sound. ■ Specifications Category temp. range -40 to + 85°C Rated W.V. Range 6.3 to 50 V .DC Nominal Cap. Range 0.1 to 330µFCapacitance Tolerance ±20 % (120Hz/+20°C) DC Leakage Current I < 0.01 CV or 3(µ A) (Whichever is greater) Dissipation Factor Please see the attached standard products list After applying rated working voltage for 1000 hours at +85 ±2°C and then being stabilized at +20°C, capacitor shall meet the following limits. Endurance Capacitance change ± 20% of initial measured value D.F. < 200 % of initial specified value DC leakage current < initial specified value Shelf Life After storage for 1000 hours at +85±2 °C with no voltage applied and then being stabilized at +20 °C, capacitors shall meet the limits specified in “Endurance”.(With voltage treatment) ■ Dimensions in mm (not to scale) P.V.C.Sleeve (Clear Blue) φd±0.05 Marking (White) L+1 max 14 min 3 min φD+0.5 max ■ Standard Products Case size Specification Lead Length Min . Packaging Q'ty W.V. Cap. Ripple Lead Space Part No. (±20%) Dia. Length current D.F. Lead St raight Taping (120Hz) Dia. Straight Taping Taping Leads (+85ûC) ❉B ❉ i (V) (µF) ( m m ) ( m m ) ( m A) ( m m ) ( m m ) ( m m ) ( m m ) (pcs) (pcs) 224529 0.33 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA0JAD220X( ) 200 2000 6.3 475546 0.33 0.45 2.0 5 2.5 ECA0JAD470X( ) 200 2000 33085130 0.33 0.45 2.5 5 ECA0JAD331X( ) 200 1000 335543 0.25 0.45 2.0 5 2.5 ECA1AAD330X( ) 200 2000 10 100 6.3 5 80 0.25 0.45 2.5 5 2.5 ECA1AAD101X( ) 200 2000 22085120 0.25 0.45 2.5 5 ECA1AAD221X( ) 200 1000 104528 0.20 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA1CAD100X( ) 200 2000 16 225539 0.20 0.45 2.0 5 2.5 ECA1CAD220X( ) 200 2000 47 6.3 5 70 0.20 0.45 2.5 5 2.5 ECA1CAD470X( ) 200 2000 1008591 0.20 0.45 2.5 5 ECA1CAD101X( ) 200 1000 25 33 6.3 5 65 0.15 0.45 2.5 5 2.5 ECA1EAD330X( ) 200 2000 4.74522 0.12 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA1VAD4R7X( ) 200 2000 35 105528 0.12 0.45 2.0 5 2.5 ECA1VAD100X( ) 200 2000 22 6.3 5 55 0.12 0.45 2.5 5 2.5 ECA1VAD220X( ) 200 2000 338565 0.12 0.45 2.5 5 ECA1VAD330X( ) 200 1000 0.14510.12 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA1HAD0R1X( ) 200 2000 0.224520.12 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA1HADR22X( ) 200 2000 0.334530.12 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA1HADR33X( ) 200 2000 0.474550.12 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA1HADR47X( ) 200 2000 0.684570.12 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA1HADR68X( ) 200 200014510 0.12 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA1HAD010X( ) 200 2000 50 2.24516 0.12 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA1HAD2R2X( ) 200 2000 3.34516 0.12 0.45 1.5 5 2.5 ECA1HAD3R3X( ) 200 2000 4.75523 0.12 0.45 2.0 5 2.5 ECA1HAD4R7X( ) 200 2000 10 6.3 5 35 0.12 0.45 2.5 5 2.5 ECA1HAD100X( ) 200 2000 228560 0.12 0.45 2.5 5 ECA1HAD220X( ) 200 1000 When requesting taped product, please put the letter "B" between the "( )". Lead wire pitch B=5mm, i=2.5mm. The taping dimentions are explained on our Inter-Net Catalog (Taping Spec.). Please use it as a reference guide. – Aud2 – P±0.5,

Product System of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors Radial Lead Type For Audio( ~ φ18)

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Application Guidelines 1.2 Operating Temperature and Life Expectancy

(1) Expected life is affected by operating temperature. 1. Circuit Design Generally, each 10°C reduction in temperature Ensure tha t operational and mounting condit ions will double the expected life. Use capacitors at follw the specified conditions detailed in the catalog t he l owestpossibletempera tu re be low the and specification sheets. maximum guaranteed temperature. 1.1 Operating Temperature and Frequency (2) I f operat ing condi t ions exceed the maximum Elect ro ly t ic capac i tor e lectrica l parameters are guaran teed l imit, rap id e Iectrica l parameter normally specified at 20°C temperature and 120Hz deterioration will occur, and irreversible damage frequency. These parameters vary with changes in will result. t emperatureandfrequency. Circuitdes igne rs Check for maximum capacitor operating tempera- should take these changes into consideration. tures including ambient temperature, internal (1) Effects of operat ing temperature on electr ical capacitor temperature rise caused by ripple current, parameters and theeffec tsofrad ia ted heat f rom power a)At h igher temperatures, leakage current and transistors, IC?s or resistors. capac i tance increase while equivalent series Avoid placing components which could conduct resistance(ESR) decreases. heat to the capacitor from the back side of the circuit b)At lower tempera tures, leakage current and board. capac i tance decrease while equivalent series (3)The formula for calculating expected Iife at lower resistance(ESR) increases. operating temperatures is as fllows; (2) Effects of frequency on e lectr ica l parameters T1-T2 a ) Athigherfrequencies, capacitanceandL2 = L1x210where, impedance decrease while tan δ increases. b)At lower frequencies, r ipple current generated L1: Guaranteed life (h) at temperature, T1° C heat will r ise due to an increase in equivalent L2: Expected life (h) at temperature,T2°C ser ies resistance (ESR). T1: Maximum operating temperature (°C) T 2: Actual operating temperature, ambient temperature + temperature rise due to ripple currentheating(°C) A quick eference capacitor guide for estimating exected life is included for your reference. ■ Expected Life Estimate Quick Reference Guide ■ Failure rate curve 120 1. 85°C2000h 2.105°C1000h 1102343.105°C2000h 100 4.105°C5000h 90 Initial failure period 1 Random failure period Wear failure period 50 Life Time (h) 2000 5000 10,000 20,000 50,000 100,000 200,00024h operat- ion Years12345720 Time 8h/d3610 15 20 30Years – EE16 – Capacitor Ambient Temperature Failure rate, ■ Typical failure modes and their factors Faliure mode Faliure mechanism (internal phenomenon) Production factor Application factor Overvoltage applied Vent operates Increase in Increase in inter-• • internal pressure nal temperature • Excessive ripple current Capacitance Reduced anode foil reduction capacitance • Reverse voltage applied • • • • • tan d increase Reduced cathode foil capacitance • Severe charging-discharging AC voltage applied • Defect of oxide film • • Used for a high temperature Deterioration of • Insufficient oxide film • electrolyte Leakage current • • Used for a long period of time increase Electrolyte evapora- tion • Metal particles in capacitor • • Stress applied to leads Short circuit Insulation breakdown of film • or electrolytic paper Burr(s) on foil leads Leads improperly connected Leads improperly connected • Mechanical stress Open • • Use of Halogenated solvent Corrosion Infiltration of Cl • Use of adhesive Use of coating material – EE17 –, 1.3 Common Application Conditions to Avoid The vinyl sleeve of the capacitor can be damaged The following misapplication load condit ions willifsolderpassesthroughaleadholefo r cause rapid deter iorat ion to capacitor electr ical subsequently processed parts. Special care when parameters. ln addi t ion, rapid heat ing and gas locating hole positions in proximity to capacitors is generation within the capacitor can occur causing recommended. the pressure relief vent to operate and resuItant (3) Circuit Board Hole Spacing leakage of electrolyte. Under extreme conditions, The circuit board holes spacing should match the explosion and fire could result. Leakinq electrolyte capacitor lead wire spacing within the specified is combustible and electrically conductive. tolerances. Incorrect spacing can cause excessive (1) Reverse Voltaqe lead wire stress during the insertion process. This DC capacitors have polarity. Verify correct polarity may resuIt in premature capacitor failure due to before inser tion. For circuits with changing or short or open circuit, increased leakage current, uncertain polarity,use DC bipolar capacitors. DC or electrolyte leakage. bipolar capacitors are not suitable for use in AC (4)Land/Pad Pattern circuits. The circuit board land/pad pattern size for chip (2) Charqe/Discharqe Applications capacitors is specified in the following table. Standard capacitors are not suitable for use in repeating charge/discharge appl icat ions. For [ Table of Board Land Size vs. Capacitor Size ] charqe/discharqe applications consult us and advise actual conditions. (3) Overvoltage Do not appIy voltaqes exceeding the maximum c specified rated voltages. Voltage up to the surge voltage rating are acceptable for short periods of time. Ensure that the sum of the DC voltage andbabBoard land part the superimposed AC r ipple vo l tage does not exceed the rated voltage. (mm) (4) Ripple Current SizeabcDo not apply ripple currents exceeding the maximum A(φ3) 0.6 2.2 1.5 specified value. For high ripple current applications, B(φ4) 1.0 2.5. 1.6 use a capacitor designed for high rippIe currents C(φ5) 1.5 2.8 1.6 or contact us with your requirements. D(φ6.3) 1.8 3.2 1.6 Ensure that allowable ripple currents superimposed E(φ8 x 6.2L) 2.2 4.0 1.6 on low DC bias voltages do not cause reverse voltage F(φ8 x 10.2L) 3.1 4.0 2.0 conditions. G(φ10 x 10.2L) 4.6 4.1 2.0 Among others, when the size a is wide , back fillet can 1.4 Using Two or More Capacitors in Series not be made, decreasing fitting strength. or Parallel (1) Capacitors Connected in Parallel ❉ Decide considering mounting condition, solderability The circuit resistance can closely approximate the andfitting strength, etc. based on the design ser ies resistance of the capacitor causing an standards of your company. imbalance of r ipple current loadswithin the capacitors. Careful design of wiring methods can minimize the possibility of excessive ripple currents applied to a capacitor. (2) Capacitors Connected in Series Normal DC leakage current differences among capacitors can cause voltage imbalances. The use of voltage divider shunt resistors with consideration to leakage currents, can prevent capacitor voltage imbaIances. 1.5 Capacitor Mounting Considerations (1) DoubIe - Sided Circuit Boards Avoid wir ing Pattern runs which pass between the mounted capacitor and the circuit board. When dipping into a solder bath, excess solder may collect under the capac i tor by capi l laryact ion and shortcircuit the anode and cathode terminals. (2) Circuit Board Hole Positioning – EE18 –, (5)Clearance for Case Mounted Pressure 2.Capacitor Handling Techniques

Relief Vents 2.1 Considerations Before Using

Capacitors with case mounted pressure relief vents (1) Capacitors have a finite life. Do not reuse or require sufficient clearance to allow for proper vent recycle capacitors from used equipment. operation. The minimum clearances are dependent (2) Transient recovery voltage may be generated in on capacitor diameters as follows. the capacitor due to dielectric absorption. If f6.3 to f16 mm : 2 mm minimum, required, this voltage can be discharged with a f18 to f35 mm : 3 mm minimum. resistor with a value of about 1 kΩ. f40 mm or greater: 5 mm minimum (3) Capacitors stored for long periods of time may (6)Clearance for Seal Mounted Pressure exhibit an increase in leakage current. This can

Relief Vents be corrected by gradually applying rated voltage

A hole in the circuit board directly under the seal in series with a resistor of approximately 1 kΩ. vent location is required to allow proper release (4) If capacitors are dropped, they can be damaged of pressure. mechanically or electrically. Avoid using dropped (7)Wiring Near the Pressure Relief Vent capacitors. Avoid locating high voltage or high current wiring (5) Dented or crushed capacitors should not be or circuit board paths above the pressure relief used. The seal integrity can be compromised vent. Flammable, high temperature gas exceeding and loss of electrolyte/shortened life can result. 100°C may be released which could dissolve the wire insulation and ignite. 2.2 Capacitor Insertion (8)Circuit Board Patterns Under the Capacitor (1) Verify the correct capacitance and rated voltage Avoid circuit board runs under the capacitor as of the capacitor. electrolyte leakage could cause an electrical short. (2) Verify the correct polarity of the capacitor before (9)Screw Terminal Capacitor Mounting inserting. ● Do not orient the capacitor with the screw terminal (3) Verify the correct hole spacing before insertion side of the capacitor facing downwards. (land pattern size on chip type) to avoid stress ● Tighten the terminal and mounting bracket screws on the terminals. withinthetorquerangespecifiedinthe(4) Ensure that the auto insertion equipment lead specification. clinching operation does not stress the capacitor leads where they enter the seal of the capacitor. For chip type capacitors, excessive mounting 1.6Electrical Isolation of the Capacitor pressure can cause high leakage current, short Completely isolate the capacitor as follows. circuit, or disconnection. ● Between the cathode and the case (except for axially leaded B types) and between the anode terminal and other circuit paths. 2.3 Manual Soldering ● Between the extra mounting terminals (on T types) (1) Observe tempera tu re and t ime so lde r ing and the anode terminal, cathode terminal, and specifications or do not exceed temperatures of other circuit paths. 350°C for 3 seconds or less. (2) If lead wires must be formed to meet terminal board hole spacing, avoid stress on the leadwire 1.7 Capacitor Sleeve where it enters the capacitor seal. The vinyl sleeve or laminate coating is intended for (3) If a soldered capacitor must be removed and marking and identification purposes and is not meant reinserted, avoid excessive stress to the capacitor to electrically insulate the capacitor. leads. The s leev ing may split or crack if immersed into (4) Aviod touching the tip of the soldering iron to the solvents such as toluene or xylene, and then exposed capacitor, to prevent melting of the vinyl sleeve. to high temperatures. Always consider safety when designing equipment and circuits. Plan for worst case failure modes such as short circuits and open circuits which could occur during use. (1)Provide protection circuits and protection devices to allow safe failure modes. (2)Design redundant or secondary circuits where possible to assure continued operation in case of main circuit failure. – EE19 –, 2.4 Flow Soldering (1) Don not immerse the capaci tor body into the 2.6 Other Soldering Considerations solder bath as excessive internal pressure could Rap id tempera ture r ises dur ing the preheat result. operation and resin bonding operation can cause (2) Observe proper soldering conditions (temperature, cracking of the capacitor vinyl sleeve. For heat time, etc.). Do not exceed the specified limits. curing, do not exceed 150°C for a maximum time of (3) Do not allow other parts or components to touch 2 minutes. the capacitor during soldering. 2.5 Reflow Soldering for Chip Capacitors 2.7 Capacitor Handling after Soldering (1) For reflow, use a thermal conduction system such (1) Avoid movement of the capacitor after soldering as infrared radiation (IR) or hot blast. Vapor heat to prevent excessive stress on the leadwires transfer systems (VPS) are not recommended. where they enter the seal. (2) Observe proper soldering conditions (temperature, (2) Do not use the capacitor as a handle when time, etc.). Do not exceed the specified limits. moving the circuit board assembly. (3) Reflow should be performed one time. Consult us for additional reflow restrictions. (3) Avoid striking the capacitor after assembly to prevent failure due to excessive shock. 5(s) Peak 2.8 Circuit Board Cleaning temperature 200 (1) Circuit boards can be immersed or ultrasonically cleaned using suitable cleaning solvents for up 160°C 150to5minutesandupto60° Cmaximum120(s) Time in temperatures. The boards should be thoroughly 200°C or more 100 rinsed and dried. Recommended c lean ing so l ventsinc lude 50 Pine Alpha ST-100S, Sunelec B-12, DK Beclear CW-5790, Aqua Cleaner 210SEP, Cold Cleaner Time P3-375, Telpen Cleaner EC-7R, Clean-thru 750H, Chip capacitor reflow guaranteed condition Clean-thru 750L, Clean thru 710M, Techno 240 Cleaner 219, Techno Care FRW-17, Techno Care FRW-1, Techno Care FRV-1, IPA (isopropyl 230 alcohol) ✽ The use of ozone depleting cleaning agents are 210 not recommended in the interest of protecting the environment. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Time in 200°C or more (s) (2) Avoid using the following solvent groups unless (φ3 to 6.3φ) specifically allowed for in the specification; 240 ● Halogenated cleaning solvents: except for solvent resistant capacitor types, halogenated solvents can permeate the seal and cause internal 220 capaci tor corrosion and failure. For solvent res is tan t capac i to rs , ca re fullyfollow the 210 temperature and t ime requi rements of the specificaion. 1-1-1 trichloroe thane should never 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 be used on any aluminium electrolytic capacitor. Time in 200°C or more (s) ● Alkali solvents: could attack and dissolve the (φ8 to φ10) aluminum case.

EB Series ● Petroleum based solvents: deterioration of the

240 rubber seal could result. ● Xylene: deterioration of the rubber seal could 230 result. ● Acetone: removal of the ink markings on the vinyl sleeve could result. ✽ Temperaturemeasuringmethod: Measure010 20 30 40 50 60 temperature in assuming quantitative production, by Time in 200°C or more (s) (φ10 to φ18) sticking the thermo-couple to the capacitor upper part with epoxy adhesives. – EE20 – Peak temperature (°C) Peak temperature (°C) Peak temperature (°C) Parts upper part temperature (°C), (3) A thorough drying after cleaning is required to 3.2 Electrical Precautions remove residual cleaning solvents which may be trapped between the capacitor and the circuit (1) Avoid touching the terminals of the capacitor as board. Avoid drying temperatures which exceed possible electric shock could result. The exposed the maximum rated temperature of the capacitor. aluminium case is not insulated and could also (4) Monitor the contamination levels of the cleaning cause electric shock if touched. solvents during use by electrical conductivity, pH, (2)Avoid shortcircuiting the area be tween the specific gravity, or water content. Chlorine levels capacitor terminals with conductive materials can rise with contamination and adversely affect including liquids such as acids or alkaline solutions. the performance of the capacitor. ✽ Please consult us for additonal information about 4.Emergency Procedures acceptable cleaning solvents or cleaning methods. (1) I f the pressure rel ief vent of the capaci tor Type Series Cleaning permitted operates, immediately turn off the equipment and Surface mount type V(Except EB disconnect from the power source. This wil l Series) L minimize addi t ional damage caused by the Lead type Bi-polar SU L vaporizing electrolyte. M (2) Avoid contact with the escaping electrolyte gasL(~ 100V) which can exceed 100°C temperatures. KA L If electrolyte or gas enters the eye, immediately Bi-polar KA L flush the eye with large amounts of water. FB L If electrolyte or gas is ingested by mouth, gargle FC L with water. If electrolyte contacts the skin, wash GA L with soap and water. NHG L(~ 100V) EB L(~ 100V) 5. Long Term Storage TA L Snap-in type TS UP L(~ 100V) Leakage current of a capacitor increases with long TS HA L(~ 100V) storage times. The aluminium oxide film deteriorates as a funct ion of temperature and t ime. I f used 2.9 Mounting Adhesives and Coating Agents without reconditioning, an abnormally high current will be required to restore the oxide film. This current When using mounting adhesives or coating agents to surge could cause the circuit or the capacitor to fail. control humidity, avoid using materials containing Capacitor should be reconditioned by applying rated ha logena ted so lven ts . A l so , avo id the useofvoltage in series with a 1000 Ω , current l imiting chloroprene based polymers. resistor for a time period of 30 minutes. ✽ After applying adhesives or coatings, dry thoroughly to prevent residual solvents from being trapped 5.1 Environmental Conditions (Storage) between the capacitor and the circuit board. Capacitors should not be stored in the following environments. 3.Precautions for using capacitors (1) Temperature exposure above 35°C or below 15 °C. (2) Direct contact with water, salt water, or oil. 3.1 Environmental Conditions (3) High humidity condit ions where water could Capaci tors should not be used in the fo l lowing condense on the capacitor. environments. (4) Exposure to toxic gases such as hydrogen (1) Temperature exposure above the maximum rated sulf ide,sulfuric acid, nitr ic acid, chlorine, or or below the minimum rated temperature of the ammonia. capacitor. (5) Exposure to ozone, radiation, or ultraviolet rays. (2) Direct contact with water, salt water, or oil. (6) V ibra t ion and shock conditions exceed ing (3) High humidi ty condi t ions where water could specified requirements. condense on the capacitor. (4) Exposure to toxic gases such as hydrogen sulfide, sulfuric acid, nitric acid, chlorine, or ammonia. (5) Exposure to ozone, radiation, or ultraviolet rays. (6) Vibrationandshockconditionsexceedingspecified requirements. – EE21 –, 6.Capacitor Disposal When disposing of capaci tors, use one of the following methods. ● Inc inera teaftercrush ing the capac i tororpuncturing the can wall (to prevent explosion due to internal pressure rise). Capacitors should be incinerated at high temperatures to prevent the release of toxic gases such as chlorine from the polyvinyl chloride sleeve, etc. ● Dispose of as solid waste. ● Locallawsmayhavespecificdisposalrequirements which must be followed. The application guidelines above are taken from: Technical Report EIAJ RCR-2367 issued by the Japan Electronic Industry Association, Inc. - Guideline of notabilia for aluminium electrolytic capacitors with non-solid electrolytic for use in electronic equipment. Refer to this Technical Report for additional details. – EE22 –]
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LARGE CAN TYPE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS USG USG SERIES 85℃ Miniaturized, Snap-in Terminal Type ◆FEATURES ・Load Life : 85℃ 2000 hours. ・Smaller size than USC series. ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Characteristics Category Temperature Range -40~+85℃ -25~+85℃ Rated Voltage Range 160~25
USC SERIES 85℃ Standard, Snap-in Terminal Type ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
USC SERIES 85℃ Standard, Snap-in Terminal Type ◆FEATURES ・Load Life : 85℃ 3000 hours. ・Smaller size with higher ripple current endurance than USR series. ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Characteristics Category Temperature Range -40~+85℃ -25~+85℃ Rated Voltage Range 10~250V.DC 315~450V.DC Ca
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS TXW TXW SERIES 105℃ Long Life (10000hours), Miniaturized ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS TXW TXW SERIES 105℃ Long Life (10000hours), Miniaturized ◆FEATURES ・Load Life : 105℃ 10000 hours. ・Body diameter of φ8mm to φ18mm with high ripple current capability. ・Smaller size than the current VXW series. ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Charact
TWL SERIES
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS TWL TWL SERIES Low Leakage Current ◆FEATURES ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Characteristics Category Temperature Range -40~+85℃ Rated Voltage Range 6.3~50V.DC Capacitance Tolerance ±20%(20℃,120Hz) I=0.002CV or 0.4μA whichever is greater. (After 2 m
CHIP ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS TKV TKV SERIES NEW 105℃ Low ESR , Lead Free Reflow Soldering. ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
CHIP ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS TKV TKV SERIES NEW 105℃ Low ESR , Lead Free Reflow Soldering. ◆FEATURES ・Load Life 105℃ 2000Hrs. ・Reflow soldering is available. ・Available for high density mounting ・Low ESR at 100kHz with selected material. ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Characteristi
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS SXW SXW SERIES 105℃ Overvoltage Vent Operation Facility, Lead Wire Type ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS SXW SXW SERIES 105℃ Overvoltage Vent Operation Facility, Lead Wire Type ◆FEATURES ・Load Life : 105℃ 1000~2000 hours. ・Body diameter of φ10mm to φ18mm with high ripple current capability. ・This series has specification of vent operation in overvoltage situat
LARGE CAN TYPE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS SXG SXG SERIES 105℃ Miniaturized,Overvoltage Vent Operation Facility, Snap-in Terminal Type ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
LARGE CAN TYPE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS SXG SXG SERIES 105℃ Miniaturized,Overvoltage Vent Operation Facility, Snap-in Terminal Type ◆FEATURES ・Load Life : 105℃ 2000 hours. ・This series has specification of vent operation in overvoltage situation. Please consult us for any further details ・Sm
LARGE CAN TYPE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS SXC SXC SERIES 105℃, Overvoltage Vent Operation Facility, Snap-in Terminal Type ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
LARGE CAN TYPE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS SXC SXC SERIES 105℃, Overvoltage Vent Operation Facility, Snap-in Terminal Type ◆FEATURES ・Load Life : 105℃ 2000 hours. ・This series has specification of vent operation in overvoltage situation. Please consult us for any further details. ・RoHS complian
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS SAW SAW SERIES 105℃ Miniaturized, Overvoltage Vent Operation Facility, Lead Wire Type ◆FEATURES ・Load Life : 105℃ 2000 hours.
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS SAW SAW SERIES 105℃ Miniaturized, Overvoltage Vent Operation Facility, Lead Wire Type ◆FEATURES ・Load Life : 105℃ 2000 hours. ・This series has specification of vent operation in overvoltage situation. Please consult us for any further details. ・Smaller size
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS RX50 RX50 SERIES Load Life : 150℃ 1000 hours. ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS RX50 RX50 SERIES Load Life : 150℃ 1000 hours. ◆FEATURES ・Solution for high temperature application such as automobile electronics. ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Characteristics Category Temperature Range -40~+150℃ Rated Voltage Range 10~63V.DC Cap
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS RX30 RX30 SERIES Load Life : 130℃ 1000~4000hours. ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS RX30 RX30 SERIES Load Life : 130℃ 1000~4000hours. ◆FEATURES ・For Electronic Ballast of CFL, For Power Supply. ・RoHs compliance ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Characteristics Category Temperature Range -40~+130℃ -25~+130℃ Rated Voltage Range 10~100V.DC 200,400V.DC Ca
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS QXW QXW SERIES 105℃ Ultra Miniaturized ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS QXW QXW SERIES 105℃ Ultra Miniaturized ◆FEATURES ・Load Life : 105℃ 2000 hours. ・Body diameter of φ10mm to φ18mm with high ripple current capability. ・This series is one class smaller than the current KXW series. ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Chara
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS PX PX SERIES 105℃ Standard ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS PX PX SERIES 105℃ Standard ◆FEATURES ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Characteristics Category Temperature Range -55~+105℃ -40~+105℃ -25~+105℃ Rated Voltage Range 6.3~100V.DC 160~400V.DC 450V.DC Capacitance Tolerance ±20%(20℃, 120Hz) 6.3~100V.DC 160~
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS PK PK SERIES 85℃ Standard ◆FEATURES ◆SPECIFICATIONS
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS PK PK SERIES 85℃ Standard ◆FEATURES ・Load life : 85℃ 2000 hours. ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Characteristics Category Temperature Range -40~+85℃ -25~+85℃ Rated Voltage Range 6.3~400V.DC 450V.DC Capacitance Tolerance ±20%(20℃, 120Hz) 6.3~100V.DC
NXA SERIES
MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS NXA NXA SERIES 105℃ Bi-polar Miniaturized ◆FEATURES ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Characteristics Category Temperature Range -55~+105℃ Rated Voltage Range 6.3~50V.DC Capacitance Tolerance ±20%(20℃,120Hz) I=0.03CV or 3μA whichever is greater. (Afte
小形アルミニウム電解コンデンサ NW7 NW7 シリーズSERIES
小形アルミニウム電解コンデンサ NW7 MINIATURE ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS NW7 シリーズSERIES Bi-polar, 7mm Height ◆FEATURES ・RoHS compliance. ◆SPECIFICATIONS Items Characteristics Category Temperature Range -40~+85℃ Rated Voltage Range 6.3~50V.DC Capacitance Tolerance ±20%(20℃,120Hz) I=0.05CV or 10μA whichever is