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Reference Specification
Type KH
Safety Standard Certified Lead Type Disc Ceramic Capacitors for General Purpose
Reference Specification
Product specifications in this catalog are as of Aug. 2019, and are subject to change or
obsolescence without notice.
Please consult the approval sheet before ordering.Please read rating and Cautions first.
m1 Vprp$ /\ r Vprpi VD'D$ on the condition of almosghere Iemgerature 25 "C.
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CAUTION
1. OPERATING VOLTAGE
When DC-rated capacitors are to be used in AC or ripple current circuits, be sure to maintain the
Vp-p value of the applied voltage or the Vo-p which contains DC bias within the rated voltage range.
When the voltage is started to apply to the circuit or it is stopped applying, the irregular voltage may
be generated for a transit period because of resonance or switching. Be sure to use a capacitor
within rated voltage containing these irregular voltage.
Voltage DC Voltage DC+AC Voltage AC Voltage
Pulse
Voltage(1)
Pulse
Voltage(2)
Positional
Measurement
2.OPERATING TEMPERATURE AND SELF-GENERATED HEAT
Keep the surface temperature of a capacitor below the upper limit of its rated operating temperature
range. Be sure to take into account the heat generated by the capacitor itself.
When the capacitor is used in a high-frequency current, pulse current or the like, it may have the self-
generated heat due to dielectric-loss. Applied voltage should be the load such as self-generated
heat is within 20 °C on the condition of atmosphere temperature 25 °C. When measuring, use a
thermocouple of small thermal capacity-K of φ0.1mm and be in the condition where capacitor is not
affected by radiant heat of other components and wind of surroundings. Excessive heat may lead to
deterioration of the capacitors characteristics and reliability.(Never attempt to perform measurement
with the cooling fan running. Otherwise, accurate measurement cannot be ensured.)
3. TEST CONDITION FOR WITHSTANDING VOLTAGE
(1) TEST EQUIPMENT
Test equipment for AC withstanding voltage should be used with the performance of the wave similar
to 50/60 Hz sine wave.
If the distorted sine wave or over load exceeding the specified voltage value is applied, the defective
may be caused.
(2) VOLTAGE APPLIED METHOD
When the withstanding voltage is applied, capacitors lead or terminal should be firmly connected
to the out-put of the withstanding voltage test equipment, and then the voltage should be raised
from near zero to the test voltage.
If the test voltage without the raise from near zero voltage would be applied directly to capacitor, test
voltage should be applied with the *zero cross. At the end of the test time, the test voltage should be
reduced to near zero, and then capacitors lead or terminal should be taken off the out-put of the
withstanding voltage test equipment.
If the test voltage without the raise from near zero voltage would
be applied directly to capacitor, the surge voltage may arise,
and therefore, the defective may be caused.
*ZERO CROSS is the point where voltage sine wave pass 0V.
-See the right figure -
4. FAIL-SAFE
When capacitor would be broken, failure may result in a short circuit. Be sure to provide an
appropriate fail-safe function like a fuse on your product if failure would follow an electric shock,
fire or fume.
5. VIBRATION AND IMPACT
Do not expose a capacitor or its leads to excessive shock or vibration during use.
0V
voltage sine wave
Vp-p
Vp-p
Vp-p
Vo-p
Vo-p
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6. SOLDERING
When soldering this product to a PCB/PWB, do not exceed the solder heat resistance specification of
the capacitor. Subjecting this product to excessive heating could melt the internal junction solder and
may result in thermal shocks that can crack the ceramic element.
When soldering capacitor with a soldering iron, it should be performed in following conditions.
Temperature of iron-tip : 400 °C max.
Soldering iron wattage : 50W max.
Soldering time : 3.5s max.
7. BONDING, RESIN MOLDING AND COATING
In case of bonding, molding or coating this product, verify that these processes do not affect the quality
of capacitor by testing the performance of the bonded, molded or coated product in the intended
equipment.
In case of the amount of applications, dryness / hardening conditions of adhesives and molding
resins containing organic solvents (ethyl acetate, methyl ethyl ketone, toluene, etc.) are unsuitable,
the outer coating resin of a capacitor is damaged by the organic solvents and it may result, worst
case, in a short circuit.
The variation in thickness of adhesive, molding resin or coating may cause a outer coating resin
cracking and/or ceramic element cracking of a capacitor in a temperature cycling.
8. TREATMENT AFTER BONDING, RESIN MOLDING AND COATING
When the outer coating is hot (over 100 ) after soldering, it becomes soft and fragile.
So please be careful not to give it mechanical stress.
Failure to follow the above cautions may result, worst case, in a short circuit and cause fuming or
partial dispersion when the product is used.
9. OPERATING AND STORAGE ENVIRONMENT
The insulating coating of capacitors does not form a perfect seal; therefore, do not use or store
capacitors in a corrosive atmosphere, especially where chloride gas, sulfide gas, acid, alkali, salt or
the like are present. And avoid exposure to moisture. Before cleaning, bonding, or molding
this product, verify that these processes do not affect product quality by testing the performance of a
cleaned, bonded or molded product in the intended equipment. Store the capacitors where the
temperature and relative humidity do not exceed -10 to 40 °C and 15 to 85%.
Use capacitors within 6 months after delivered. Check the solderability after 6 months or more.
10. LIMITATION OF APPLICATIONS
Please contact us before using our products for the applications listed below which require especially
high reliability for the prevention of defects which might directly cause damage to the third partys life,
body or property.
1. Aircraft equipment
2. Aerospace equipment
3. Undersea equipment
4. Power plant control equipment
5. Medical equipment
6. Transportation equipment (vehicles, trains, ships, etc.)
7. Traffic signal equipment
8. Disaster prevention / crime prevention equipment
9. Data-processing equipment exerting influence on public
10. Application of similar complexity and/or reliability requirements to the applications listed
in the above.
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NOTICE
1. CLEANING (ULTRASONIC CLEANING)
To perform ultrasonic cleaning, observe the following conditions.
Rinse bath capacity : Output of 20 watts per liter or less.
Rinsing time : 5 min maximum.
Do not vibrate the PCB/PWB directly.
Excessive ultrasonic cleaning may lead to fatigue destruction of the lead wires.
2. CAPACITANCE CHANGE OF CAPACITORS
Class 1 capacitors
Capacitance might change a little depending on a surrounding temperature or an applied voltage.
Please contact us if you use for the strict time constant circuit.
Class 2 and 3 capacitors
Class 2 and 3 capacitors like temperature characteristic B, E and F have an aging characteristic,
whereby the capacitor continually decreases its capacitance slightly if the capacitor leaves for a long
time. Moreover, capacitance might change greatly depending on a surrounding temperature or an
applied voltage. So, it is not likely to be able to use for the time constant circuit.
Please contact us if you need a detail information.
3. PERFORMANCE CHECK BY EQUIPMENT
Before using a capacitor, check that there is no problem in the equipment's performance and the
specifications.
Generally speaking, CLASS 2 ceramic capacitors have voltage dependence characteristics and
temperature dependence characteristics in capacitance. So, the capacitance value may change
depending on the operating condition in a equipment. Therefore, be sure to confirm the apparatus
performance of receiving influence in a capacitance value change of a capacitor, such as leakage
current and noise suppression characteristic.
Moreover, check the surge-proof ability of a capacitor in the equipment, if needed, because the surge
voltage may exceed specific value by the inductance of the circuit.
NOTE
1.Please make sure that your product has been evaluated in view of your specifications with our
product being mounted to your product.
2.You are requested not to use our product deviating from this specification.
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1. Application
This specification is applied to Safety Standard Certified Lead Type Disc Ceramic Capacitors Type KH
used for General Electric equipment.
Type KH is Safety Standard Certified capacitors of Class X1,Y2.
Do not use these products in any automotive power train or safety equipment including battery chargers
for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids.
Approval standard and certified number
Standard number *Certified number AC Rated volt.
V(r.m.s.)
UL
UL60384-14
E37921
X1:440
Y2:250
CSA
CSA E60384-14
1343805
VDE
IEC60384-14, EN60384-14
40002796
BSI
EN60065(8.8,14.3),
IEC60384-14,
EN60384-14
KM 37901
SEMKO
IEC60384-4,
EN60384-14
1905544
DEMKO
D-07249
FIMKO
FI 40128
NEMKO
P19223460
ESTI
19.0183
NSW
IEC60384-14, AS3250
6529
*Above Certified number may be changed on account of the revision of standards and
the renewal of certification.
2. Rating
2-1. Operating temperature range
-40 +125°C
2-2. Part number configuration
ex.) DE2 E3 KH 472 M A3 B.
Product Temperature Type Capacitance Capacitance Lead Packing Individual
code characteristic name tolerance code style code specification
Product code
DE2 denotes class X1,Y2.
Temperature characteristic
Code
Temperature characteristic
B3
B
E3
E
F3
F
Please confirm detailed specification on [ Specification and test methods ].
Type name
This denotes safety certified type name Type KH.
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Capacitance
The first two digits denote significant figures ; the last digit denotes the multiplier of 10 in pF.
ex.) In case of 472.
47×102 = 4700pF
Capacitance tolerance
Please refer to [ Part number list ].
Lead code
Code
Lead style
A
Vertical crimp long type
B
Vertical crimp short type
N
Vertical crimp taping type
Please refer to [ Part number list ].
Solder coated copper wire is applied for termination.
Packing style code
Code
Packing type
B
Bulk type
A
Ammo pack taping type
Individual specification
In case part number cannot be identified without individual specification , it is added at
the end of part number.
Note) Murata part numbers might be changed depending on lead code or any other changes.
Therefore, please specify only the type name(KH) and capacitance of products in the
parts list when it is required for applying safety standard of electric equipment.
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3. Marking
Type name : KH
Nominal capacitance : 3 digit system
Capacitance tolerance : Code
Company name code : (Made in Thailand)
Manufacturing year : Letter code(The last digit of A.D. year.)
Manufacturing month : Code
Feb./Mar. 2 Aug./Sep. 8
Apr./May 4 Oct./Nov. O
Jun./Jul. 6 Dec./Jan. D
UL Approval mark :
CSA Approval mark :
VDE Approval mark :
BSI Approval mark : BSI
SEMKO Approval mark :
DEMKO Approval mark :
FIMKO Approval mark :
NEMKO Approval mark :
ESTI Approval mark :
Class code : X1Y2
Rated voltage mark : 250~
(Example)
5D
KH472M
-Vertica| crimp long type (Lead code 1M) Max Max 360max6 25V0min. 10.05 Nate] The mark '1' 0f \Ead code d1ffer from 152d sua:m§(FJ and \ead d1ameter(d] Wease see the F01 \owmg 11st about detafls. 1 00 0 0 5 6 1 50 0 0 5 6 220 0 0 5 6 330 0 0 5 6 470 0 0 5 6 650 0 0 5 6 1 000 0 0 5 6 1 500 0 0 5 6 2200 0 0 5 6 3300 0 0 5 6 4700 0 0 5 6 1 0000 0 0 5 6
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4. Part number list
Unit : mm
T.C. Cap.
(pF)
Cap.
tol. Customer Part Number Murata Part Number Dimension (mm)
Lead
code
Pack
qty.
(pcs)
D T F d
B
100
±10% DE2B3KH101KA3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 250
B
150
±10% DE2B3KH151KA3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 250
B
220
±10% DE2B3KH221KA3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 250
B
330
±10% DE2B3KH331KA3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 250
B
470
±10% DE2B3KH471KA3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 250
B
680
±10% DE2B3KH681KA3B
9.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 250
E
1000
±20% DE2E3KH102MA3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 250
E
1500
±20% DE2E3KH152MA3B
9.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 250
E
2200
±20% DE2E3KH222MA3B
10.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 250
E
3300
±20% DE2E3KH332MA3B
12.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 200
E
4700
±20% DE2E3KH472MA3B
13.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 200
F
10000
±20% DE2F3KH103MA3B
16.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
A3 100
-Vertica| crimg: short type (Lead codeim Max Max Upto the end 3.0mm. of crimp ‘ 50*{0 d ¢t0V05 F t 0.3 Nate] The mark 'X' cf \Ead code dxffer from \Ead suacmg(FJ and \ead dxameterfld] P‘ease see the Fo\\owxng \xst about detaw‘s. 100 150 220 330 470 650 1000 1500 2200 3300 4700 10000 a a a a a a a a a a a a o o o o o o o o o o o o m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m
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Unit : mm
T.C. Cap.
(pF)
Cap.
tol. Customer Part Number Murata Part Number Dimension (mm)
Lead
code
Pack
qty.
(pcs)
D T F d
B
100
±10% DE2B3KH101KB3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 500
B
150
±10% DE2B3KH151KB3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 500
B
220
±10% DE2B3KH221KB3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 500
B
330
±10% DE2B3KH331KB3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 500
B
470
±10% DE2B3KH471KB3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 500
B
680
±10% DE2B3KH681KB3B
9.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 500
E
1000
±20% DE2E3KH102MB3B
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 500
E
1500
±20% DE2E3KH152MB3B
9.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 500
E
2200
±20% DE2E3KH222MB3B
10.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 500
E
3300
±20% DE2E3KH332MB3B
12.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 250
E
4700
±20% DE2E3KH472MB3B
13.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 250
F
10000
±20% DE2F3KH103MB3B
16.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
B3 200
~Vartica| crimp taping type (Lead code 2 Nat) Dmax. Tmax Nate] The mark 'X' 0f \Ead code dxffer from \Ead spacmgfl), \ead d1ameter(d] and Dxtch nf cnmonnentfP} P‘ease See the FoHowmg Mat 01' tapmg specwflcatwon about detafls. 100 150 220 330 470 660 1000 1500 2200 3300 4700 10000 a a a a a a a a a a a a m m m m m m m m m m m m w w w w w w w w w w w w a a a a a a a a a a a a
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Unit : mm
T.C. Cap.
(pF)
Cap.
tol. Customer Part Number Murata Part Number Dimension (mm)
Lead
code
Pack
qty.
(pcs)
D T F d P
B
100
±10% DE2B3KH101KN3A
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
B
150
±10% DE2B3KH151KN3A
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
B
220
±10% DE2B3KH221KN3A
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
B
330
±10% DE2B3KH331KN3A
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
B
470
±10% DE2B3KH471KN3A
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
B
680
±10% DE2B3KH681KN3A
9.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
E
1000
±20% DE2E3KH102MN3A
8.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
E
1500
±20% DE2E3KH152MN3A
9.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
E
2200
±20% DE2E3KH222MN3A
10.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
E
3300
±20% DE2E3KH332MN3A
12.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
E
4700
±20% DE2E3KH472MN3A
13.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
15.0
N3 900
F
10000
±20% DE2F3KH103MN7A
16.0
7.0
7.5
0.6
30.0
N7 400
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5. Specification and test methods
No.
Item
Specification
Test method
1
Appearance and dimensions
No marked defect on appearance
form and dimensions.
Please refer to [Part number list].
The capacitor should be inspected by naked eyes
for visible evidence of defect.
Dimensions should be measured with slide calipers.
2
Marking
To be easily legible.
The capacitor should be inspected by naked eyes.
3
Dielectric
strength
Between lead
wires
No failure.
The capacitor should not be damaged when
AC2600V(r.m.s.)<50/60Hz> is applied between the
lead wires for 60 s.
Body
insulation
No failure.
First, the terminals of the capacitor should be
connected together.
Then, a metal foil should be
closely wrapped around
the body of the capacitor
to the distance of
about 3 to 4mm
from each terminal.
Then, the capacitor should be inserted into a
container filled with metal balls of about 1mm
diameter.
Finally, AC2600V (r.m.s.)<50/60Hz> is applied for
60 s between the capacitor lead wires and metal
balls.
4
Insulation Resistance (I.R.)
10000M min.
The insulation resistance should be measured with
DC500±50V within 60±5 s of charging.
The voltage should be applied to the capacitor
through a resistor of 1M.
5
Capacitance
Within specified tolerance.
The capacitance should be measured at 20°C with
1±0.1kHz and AC5V(r.m.s.) max..
6
Dissipation Factor (D.F.)
Char. B, E : 2.5% max.
Char. F : 5.0% max.
The dissipation factor should be measured at 20°C
with 1±0.1kHz and AC5V(r.m.s.) max..
7
Temperature characteristic
Char. B : Within ±10 %
Char. E : Within +20/-55%
Char. F : Within +30/-80%
The capacitance measurement should be made at
each step specified in Table.
8
Active flammability
The cheese-cloth should not be
on fire.
The capacitors should be individually wrapped in at
least one but more than two complete layers of
cheese-cloth. The capacitor should be subjected
to 20 discharges. The interval between successive
discharges should be 5 s. The UAc should be
maintained for 2min after the last discharge.
C1,2 : 1µF±10%, C3 : 0.033µF±5% 10kV
L1 to L4 : 1.5mH±20% 16A Rod core choke
R : 100Ω±2%, Ct : 3µF±5% 10kV
UAc : UR ±5% UR : Rated voltage
Cx : Capacitor under test
F : Fuse, Rated 10A
Ut : Voltage applied to Ct
Step
1
2
3
4
5
Temp.(°C)
20±2
-25±2
20±2
85±2
20±2
Metal
foil
Metal
balls
About
3 to 4 mm
35mm 280153 uqun m lrom me mm a! \ead wx mm Dav-mu mum {L 15 hum- e uqun mm nay-am mum-l
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No.
Item
Specification
Test method
9
Robustness of
terminations
Tensile
Lead wire should not cut off.
Capacitor should not be broken.
Fix the body of capacitor, apply a tensile weight
gradually to each lead wire in the radial direction of
capacitor up to 10N and keep it for 10±1 s.
Bending
With the termination in its normal position, the
capacitor is held by its body in such a manner that
the axis of the termination is vertical; a mass
applying a force of 5N is then suspended from the
end of the termination.
The body of the capacitor is then inclined,
within a period of 2 to 3 s, through an angle of
approximately 90° in the vertical plane and then
returned to its initial position over the same period
of time; this operation constitutes one bend.
One bend immediately followed by a second bend
in the opposite direction.
10
Vibration
resistance
Appearance
No marked defect.
The capacitor should be firmly soldered to the
supporting lead wire and vibration which is 10 to
55Hz in the vibration frequency range,1.5mm in
total amplitude, and about 1min in the rate of
vibration change from 10Hz to 55Hz and back to
10Hz is applied for a total of 6 h; 2 h each in
3 mutually perpendicular directions.
Capacitance
Within the specified tolerance.
D.F.
Char. B, E : 2.5% max.
Char. F : 5.0% max.
11
Solderability of leads
Lead wire should be soldered
with uniformly coated on the
axial direction over 3/4 of the
circumferential direction.
The lead wire of a capacitor should be dipped into
a ethanol solution of 25wt% rosin and then into
molten solder for 2±0.5 s. In both cases the depth
of dipping is up to about 1.5 to 2.0mm from the
root of lead wires.
Temp. of solder :
245±5°C Lead Free Solder (Sn-3Ag-0.5Cu)
235±5°C H63 Eutectic Solder
12
Soldering effect
(Non-preheat)
Appearance
No marked defect.
Solder temperature: 350±10°C or 260±5°C
Immersion time : 3.5±0.5 s
(In case of 260±5°C : 10±1 s)
The depth of immersion is up to about
1.5 to 2.0mm from the root of lead wires.
Pre-treatment : Capacitor should be stored at
85±2°C for 1 h, then placed at
*room condition for 24±2 h
before initial measurements.
Post-treatment : Capacitor should be stored for 1 to
2 h at * room condition.
Capacitance
change
Within ±10%
I.R.
1000M min.
Dielectric
strength
Per item 3
13
Soldering effect
(On-preheat)
Appearance
No marked defect.
First the capacitor should be stored at 120+0/-5°C
for 60+0/-5 s.
Then, as in figure, the lead wires should be
immersed solder of 260+0/-5°C up to 1.5 to 2.0mm
from the root of terminal for 7.5+0/-1 s.
Pre-treatment : Capacitor should be stored at
85±2°C for 1 h, then placed at
*room condition for 24±2 h
before initial measurements.
Post-treatment : Capacitor should be stored for 1 to
2 h at * room condition.
Capacitance
change
Within ±10%
I.R.
1000M min.
Dielectric
strength
Per item 3
14
Flame test
The capacitor flame discontinue
as follows.
The capacitor should be subjected to applied flame
for 15s. and then removed for 15 s until 5 cycle.
*"room condition" Temperature: 15 to 35°C, Relative humidity: 45 to 75%, Atmospheric pressure: 86 to 106kPa
Cycle
Time
1 to 4
30 s max.
5
60 s max.
mu, 500: 1 00mm 500: 40:? i UOOMQ uqun 1on&_ on 5n :w n T l L v2
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No.
Item
Specification
Test method
15
Passive flammability
The burning time should not be
exceeded the time 30 s.
The tissue paper should not
ignite.
The capacitor under test should be held in the flame
in the position which best promotes burning.
Time of exposure to flame is for 30 s.
Length of flame : 12±1mm
Gas burner : Length 35mm min.
Inside Dia. 0.5±0.1mm
Outside Dia. 0.9mm max.
Gas : Butane gas Purity 95% min.
16
Humidity
(Under steady
state)
Appearance
No marked defect.
Set the capacitor for 500±12 h at 40±2°C in 90 to
95% relative humidity.
Post-treatment : Capacitor should be stored for 1 to
2 h at * room condition.
Capacitance
change
Char. B : Within ±10%
Char. E, F : Within ±15%
D.F.
Char. B, E : 5.0% max.
Char. F : 7.5% max.
I.R.
3000M min.
Dielectric
strength
Per item 3
17
Humidity loading
Appearance
No marked defect.
Apply the rated voltage for 500±12 h at 40±2°C in
90 to 95% relative humidity.
Post-treatment : Capacitor should be stored for 1 to
2 h at * room condition.
Capacitance
change
Char. B : Within ±10%
Char. E, F : Within ±15%
D.F.
Char. B, E : 5.0% max.
Char. F : 7.5% max.
I.R.
3 000M min.
Dielectric
strength
Per item 3
18
Life
Appearance
No marked defect.
Impulse voltage
Each individual capacitor should be subjected to a
5kV impulses for three times. Then the capacitors
are applied to life test.
The capacitors are placed in a circulating air oven
For a period of 1000 h.
The air in the oven is maintained at a temperature
of 125+2/-0 °C, and relative humidity of 50% max..
Throughout the test, the capacitors are subjected
to a AC425V(r.m.s.)<50/60Hz> alternating voltage
of mains frequency, except that once each hour
the voltage is increased to AC1000V(r.m.s.)
for 0.1 s.
Post-treatment : Capacitor should be stored for 1 to
2 h at * room condition.
Capacitance
change
Within ±20%
I.R.
3000M min.
Dielectric
strength
Per item 3
*"room condition" Temperature: 15 to 35°C, Relative humidity: 45 to 75%, Atmospheric pressure: 86 to 106kPa
200±5mm
45°
Flame
About 8mm
Capacitor
Gas burner
About 10mm thick board
Tissue
Front time (T1) = 1.2
μ
s=1.67T
Time to half-value (T2) = 50
μ
s
w OOOMQ
Reference only
ESKH02D 13 / 17
No.
Item
Specification
Test method
19
Temperature and
immersion cycle
Appearance
No marked defect.
The capacitor should be subjected to 5 temperature
cycles, then consecutively to 2 immersion cycles.
<Temperature cycle>
Cycle time : 5 cycle
<Immersion cycle>
Cycle time : 2 cycle
Pre-treatment : Capacitor should be stored at
85±2°C for 1 h, then placed at
*room condition for 24±2 h.
Post-treatment : Capacitor should be stored for 4 to
24 h at * room condition.
Capacitance
change
Char. B : Within ±10%
Char. E, F : Within ±20%
D.F.
Char. B, E : 5.0% max.
Char. F : 7.5% max.
I.R.
3000M min.
Dielectric
strength
Per item 3
*"room condition" Temperature: 15 to 35°C, Relative humidity: 45 to 75%, Atmospheric pressure: 86 to 106kPa
Step Temperature(°C) Time
Immersion
water
1 +65+5/-0 15 min
Clean
water
2 0±3 15 min
Salt
water
Step
Temperature(°C)
Time
1
-40+3/-0
30 min
2
Room temp.
3 min
3
+125+3/-0
30 min
4
Room temp.
3 min
a: a: ing : Pa ing quantity x n 6 we: ____________ r_7__/T_7’__' / / fl / f / /‘ / / 340 max
Reference only
EKBCDE01 14 / 17
6.Packing specification
Bulk type (Packing style code : B) The number of packing = Packing quantity × n
The size of packing case and packing way
1 : Please refer to [Part number list].
2 : Standard n = 20 (bag)
Ammo pack taping type (Packing style code : A)
The tape with capacitors is packed zigzag into a case.
When body of the capacitor is piled on other body under it.
There should be 3 pitches and over without capacitors in leader and trailer.
Unit : mm
340 max.
125 max.
270 max.
Partition
Polyethylene bag
1
2
240 max.
340 max.
Position of label
60 max.
The size of packing case and packing way
Capacitor
Base tape
Hold down tape
Hold down
tap
e upper
Unit : mm
Note)
The outer package and the number of
outer packing be changed by the order
getting amount.
‘12 P‘ 'F «u; S E E ‘ /—H—h i i i i __ E g \ 9 a $ $ Q) g7 77* / H_U U—U U—U ‘W U—U [ a” £30 P0
Reference only
ETP1N301A 15 / 17
7.Taping specification
7-1. Dimension of capacitors on tape
Vertical crimp taping type < Lead code : N3 >
Pitch of component 15.0mm / Lead spacing 7.5mm
Unit : mm
Item
Code
Dimensions
Remarks
Pitch of component
P
15.0±2.0
Pitch of sprocket hole
P0
15.0±0.3
Lead spacing
F
7.5±1.0
Length from hole center to component center
P2
7.5±1.5
Deviation of progress direction
Length from hole center to lead
P1
3.75±1.0
Body diameter
D
Please refer to [ Part number list ].
Deviation along tape, left or right
S
0±2.0
They include deviation by lead bend .
Carrier tape width
W
18.0±0.5
Position of sprocket hole
W1
9.0±0.5
Deviation of tape width direction
Lead distance between reference and bottom
planes
H0 18.0±
Protrusion length
+0.51.0
Diameter of sprocket hole
φD0
4.0±0.1
Lead diameter
φd
0.60±0.05
Total tape thickness
t1
0.6±0.3
They include hold down tape thickness.
Total thickness, tape and lead wire
t2
1.5 max.
Deviation across tape, front
h1
2.0 max.
Deviation across tape, rear
h2
Portion to cut in case of defect
L
11.0±
Hold down tape width
W0
11.5 min.
Hold down tape position
W2
1.5±1.5
Coating extension on lead
e
Up to the end of crimp
Body thickness
T
Please refer to [ Part number list ].
2.0
0
0
1.0
Reference only
ETP1N701A 16 / 17
Vertical crimp taping type < Lead code : N7 >
Pitch of component 30.0mm /Lead spacing 7.5mm
Unit : mm
Item
Code
Dimensions
Remarks
Pitch of component
P
30.0±2.0
Pitch of sprocket hole
P0
15.0±0.3
Lead spacing
F
7.5±1.0
Length from hole center to component center
P2
7.5±1.5
Deviation of progress direction
Length from hole center to lead
P1
3.75±1.0
Body diameter
D
Please refer to [ Part number list ].
Deviation along tape, left or right
S
0±2.0
They include deviation by lead bend.
Carrier tape width
W
18.0±0.5
Position of sprocket hole
W1
9.0±0.5
Deviation of tape width direction
Lead distance between reference and bottom
planes
H0 18.0±
Protrusion length
+0.51.0
Diameter of sprocket hole
φD0
4.0±0.1
Lead diameter
φd
0.60±0.05
Total tape thickness
t1
0.6±0.3
They include hold down tape thickness.
Total thickness, tape and lead wire
t2
1.5 max.
Deviation across tape, front
h1
2.0 max.
Deviation across tape, rear
h2
Portion to cut in case of defect
L
11.0±
Hold down tape width
W0
11.5 min.
Hold down tape position
W2
1.5±1.5
Coating extension on lead
e
Up to the end of crimp
Body thickness
T
Please refer to [ Part number list ].
2.0
0
0
1.0
About 30 to 50
Reference only
ETP2D03 17 / 17
7-2. Splicing way of tape
1) Adhesive force of tape is over 3N at test condition as below.
2) Splicing of tape
a) When base tape is spliced
Base tape should be spliced by cellophane tape.
(Total tape thickness should be less than 1.05mm.)
b) When hold down tape is spliced
Hold down tape should be spliced with overlapping.
(Total tape thickness should be less than 1.05mm.)
ape are spliced
Base tape and adhesive tape should be spliced with splicing tape.
c) When both tape are spliced
Base tape and hold down tape should be spliced with splicing tape.
3 ) Missing components
There should be no consecutive missing of more than three components.
The number of missing components should be not more than 0.5% of
total components that should be present in a Ammo pack.
Hold down tape
Base tape
W
Unit : mm
Progress direction
in production line
Hold down tape
Base tape
Cellophane tape
About 30 to 50
Progress direction
in production line
Hold down tape
Base tape
20 to 60
Unit : mm
No lifting for the direction of
progressing
Appendix
EU RoHS
This products of the following crresponds to EU RoHS.
RoHS
 maximum concentration values tolerated by weight in homogeneous materials
・1000 ppm maximum Lead
・1000 ppm maximum Mercury
・100 ppm maximum Cadmium
・1000 ppm maximum Hexavalent chromium
・1000 ppm maximum Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB)
・1000 ppm maximum Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE)

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