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Multilayer ceramic capacitors
Date: October 2006
ã EPCOS AG 2006. Reproduction, publication and dissemination of this data sheet and the
information contained therein without EPCOS’ prior express consent is prohibited.
Chip capacitors, HQF
‘5” m AX: A77: 4X77: 0 A: A:
210/06
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Important notes at the end of this document.
Ordering code system
B37923 K 5 100 J 0 60
Packaging
60 cardboard tape, 180-mm reel
70 cardboard tape, 330-mm reel
^
^
Decimal place for cap. values <10 pF, otherwise not used
Capacitance tolerance
B±0.1 pF (standard for capacitance values 3.9 pF)
C±0.25 pF (standard for capacitance values 8.2 pF)
D±0.5 pF
^
^
^
F± 1%
G± 2%
J± 5% (standard)
K±10%
^
^
^
^
CR < 10 pF:
CR ³ 10 pF:
Capacitance, coded
(example)
100 10 · 100 pF = 10 pF
^
Rated voltage Rated voltage [VDC]
Code
50
5
Termination K nickel barrier for all case sizes
^
Type and size
Chip size
(inch / mm)
0402 / 1005
0603 / 1608
Temperature characteristic
HQF
B37923
B37933
Standard:
Chip
HQF
Multilayer ceramic capacitors
310/06
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Features
Ultra-low ESR and high Q factor
Tight capacitance tolerances
High stability with respect to time,
temperature (TCC: 0 ± 60 ppm/°C), frequency and voltage
Class 1 characteristic with copper inner electrodes
Excellent attenuation
High self-resonant frequency
Lower power dissipation / Less energy absorption
To AEC-Q200
Applications
High-frequency applications
Matching circuits
Cellular communication, Bluetooth, DECT
Cable TV, satellite TV (LNB), GPS, satellite radio
Filters, RF amplifiers, VCOs
Termination
For soldering: Nickel barrier terminations (Ni)
Options
Alternative capacitance tolerances available on request
Delivery mode
Cardboard tape, 180-mm and 330-mm reel available
Electrical data
Temperature characteristic C0H
Climatic category (IEC 60068-1) 55/125/56
Standard EIA
Dielectric Class 1
Rated voltage VR 50 VDC
Test voltage Vtest 2.5 · VR/5 s VDC
Capacitance range CR 0.3 pF … 82 pF
Temperature coefficient 0 ± 60 · 10–6/K
Dissipation factor (limit value) tan d <1.0 · 10–3
Insulation resistance1) at + 25 °CR
ins >105MW
Insulation resistance1) at +125 °CR
ins >104MW
Time constant1) at + 25 °Ct >1000 s
Time constant1) at +125 °Ct >100 s
Operating temperature range Top 55 … +125 °C
Ageing none
1) For CR >10 nF the time constant t = C · Rins is given.
Chip
HQF
Multilayer ceramic capacitors
A5” 0 C
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HQF Multilayer ceramic capacitors
Capacitance tolerances
Dimensional drawing
Dimensions (mm)
Tolerances to CECC 32101-801
CRCR £ 3.9 pF 4.7 pF £ CR £ 8.2 pF
Code letter B
(standard)
CBC
(standard)
D
Toleran c e ±0.1 pF ±0.25 pF ±0.1 pF ±0.25 pF ±0.5 pF
CRCR ³ 10 pF
Code letter F G J
(standard)
K
Toleran c e ±1% ±2% ±5% ±10%
Case size (inch)
(mm)
0402
1005
0603
1608
l 1.0
±0.10 1.6 ±0.15
b 0.5
±0.05 0.8 ±0.10
s 0.5
±0.05 0.8 ±0.10
k 0.1 0.40 0.1 0.40
KKE0329-N
k
s
b
k
HQF
.5” O C
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Recommended solder pad
Recommended dimensions (mm) for reflow soldering
Recommended dimensions (mm) for wave soldering
Termination
Case size (inch/mm) Type A C D
0402/1005 single chip 0.35 … 0.45 1.0 … 1.4 0.4 … 0.6
0603/1608 single chip 0.60 … 0.70 1.8 … 2.2 0.6 … 0.8
Case size (inch/mm) Type A C D
0603/1608 single chip 0.8 … 0.9 2.2 … 2.8 0.6 … 0.8
KKE0308-1
D
A
C
External electrode
Intermediate electrode
Substrate electrode
Inner electrode
KKE0486-D
Sn
Ni
Cu
Cu
(nickel barrier)
Termination Ceramic body
HQF
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Product range for HQF chip capacitors
Size1)
inch
mm
0402
1005
0603
1608
Type B37923 B37933
50 50
0.3 pF
0.4 pF
0.5 pF
0.6 pF
0.7 pF
0.8 pF
0.9 pF
1.0 pF
1.2 pF
1.5 pF
1.8 pF
2.2 pF
2.7 pF
3.3 pF
3.9 pF
4.7 pF
5.6 pF
6.8 pF
8.2 pF
10. pF
12. pF
15. pF
18. pF
22. pF
27. pF
82. pF
1) l ´ b (inch) / l ´ b (mm)
VR (VDC)
CR
HQF
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Ordering codes and packing for HQF capacitors, 50 VDC, nickel barrier terminations
Case size 0402, 50 VDC
Chip thickness Cardboard tape,
Æ 180-mm reel
Cardboard tape,
Æ 330-mm reel
** 60 ** 70
CROrdering code1) mm pcs/reel pcs/reel
0.3 pF B37923K5000B3** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
0.4 pF B37923K5000B4** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
0.5 pF B37923K5000B5** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
0.6 pF B37923K5000B6** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
0.7 pF B37923K5000B7** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
0.8 pF B37923K5000B8** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
0.9 pF B37923K5000B9** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
1.0 pF B37923K5010B0** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
1.2 pF B37923K5010B2** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
1.5 pF B37923K5010B5** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
1.8 pF B37923K5010B8** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
2.2 pF B37923K5020B2** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
2.7 pF B37923K5020B7** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
3.3 pF B37923K5030B3** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
3.9 pF B37923K5030B9** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
4.7 pF B37923K5040C7** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
5.6 pF B37923K5050C6** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
6.8 pF B37923K5060C8** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
8.2 pF B37923K5080C2** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
10. pF B37923K5100J0** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
12. pF B37923K5120J0** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
15. pF B37923K5150J0** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
18. pF B37923K5180J0** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
22. pF B37923K5220J0** 0.5 ±0.05 10000 50000
1) The table contains the ordering codes for the standard capacitance tolerance.
For other available capacitance tolerances see page 154.
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HQF; 0402
A5” 0 C A: A: i i
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HQF Multilayer ceramic capacitors
Ordering codes and packing for HQF capacitors, 50 VDC, nickel barrier terminations
Case size 0603, 50 VDC
Chip thickness Cardboard tape,
Æ 180-mm reel
Cardboard tape,
Æ 330-mm reel
** 60 ** 70
CROrdering code1) mm pcs/reel pcs/reel
0.4 pF B37933K5000B4** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
0.5 pF B37933K5000B5** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
0.6 pF B37933K5000B6** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
0.7 pF B37933K5000B7** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
0.8 pF B37933K5000B8** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
0.9 pF B37933K5000B9** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
1.0 pF B37933K5010B0** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
1.2 pF B37933K5010B2** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
1.5 pF B37933K5010B5** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
1.8 pF B37933K5010B8** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
2.2 pF B37933K5020B2** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
2.7 pF B37933K5020B7** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
3.3 pF B37933K5030B3** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
3.9 pF B37933K5030B9** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
4.7 pF B37933K5040C7** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
5.6 pF B37933K5050C6** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
6.8 pF B37933K5060C8** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
8.2 pF B37933K5080C2** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
10. pF B37933K5100J0** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
12. pF B37933K5120J0** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
15. pF B37933K5150J0** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
18. pF B37933K5180J0** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
22. pF B37933K5220J0** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
27. pF B37933K5270J0** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
82. pF B37933K5820J0** 0.8 ±0.1 4000 16000
1) The table contains the ordering codes for the standard capacitance tolerance.
For other available capacitance tolerances see page 154.
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HQF; 0603
A5” 0 C
910/06
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Multilayer ceramic capacitors HQF
Typical RF performance for HQF capacitors, case size 0402, 50 VDC
Capacitance
pF
fres1)
MHz
ESR @ 1 GHz2)
mW
Q @ 1 GHz2) ESR @ fres 2)
mW
0.3 23400 560 920 710
0.4 20350 490 805 605
0.5 19700 440 720 535
0.6 17400 405 650 485
0.7 15100 375 600 445
0.8 14450 355 560 415
0.9 12600 335 520 385
1.0 12000 320 490 365
1.2 10600 295 440 330
1.5 8900 265 390 290
1.8 7100 245 350 265
2.2 6400 225 310 235
2.7 6000 205 275 210
3.3 5500 185 245 190
3.9 5350 170 225 175
4.7 4650 155 200 155
5.6 3950 145 175 140
6.8 4100 130 155 125
8.2 3650 120 140 115
10 3350 110 120 105
12 3350 102 104 94
15 2600 92 88 82
18 2300 84 70 74
22 2200 78 56 66
1) Measured with impedance analyser E 4991A, parts not soldered.
2) Measured with network analyser HP 8753D, parts soldered.
HQF; 0402
Afif 0 C
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HQF Multilayer ceramic capacitors
Typical RF performance for HQF capacitors, case size 0603, 50 VDC
Capacitance
pF
fres1)
MHz
ESR @ 1 GHz2)
mW
Q @ 1 GHz2) ESR @ fres2)
mW
0.4 17800 445 860 595
0.5 17100 400 805 540
0.6 13600 385 755 510
0.7 12200 345 635 440
0.8 11400 325 595 410
0.9 10600 315 560 390
1.0 9600 300 525 365
1.2 8800 275 455 335
1.5 7900 250 395 300
1.8 6900 240 360 285
2.2 5750 215 305 250
2.7 5100 200 270 235
3.3 4700 185 235 210
3.9 4150 175 210 200
4.7 3550 165 185 185
5.6 3130 150 160 170
6.8 2850 140 135 155
8.2 2730 130 115 140
10 2580 120 96 130
12 2400 110 76 118
15 2150 102 62 108
18 2050 96 50 100
22 1870 88 34 90
27 1780 80 26 82
Capacitance
pF
fres1)
MHz
ESR @ 300 MHz2)
mW
Q @
300 MHz2)
ESR @ fres2)
mW
82 930 52 105 52
1) Measured with impedance analyser E 4991A, parts not soldered.
2) Measured with network analyser HP 8753D, parts soldered.
HQF; 0603
Ar” 0 C
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Multilayer ceramic capacitors HQF
Typical characteristics for case size 04021)
ESR versus capacitance C
(for not soldered parts)
ESR versus capacitance C
at self-resonant frequency (for soldered parts)
ESR versus frequency f
Self-resonant frequency fres versus
capacitance C
1) For more detailed information on frequency behavior and characteristics see www.epcos.com/mlcc_impedance.
KKE0477-E
C
pF
10 100101102
3 GHz
1
_
0
10
ESR
_
10
10
_
1
100 MHz
1 GHz
2
KKE0480-Y
C
pF
10 10
0
10
1
10
2
1
_
0
10
ESR
_
10
10
_
1
2
KKE0481-7
f
MHz
102
1
10
ESR
_
10
2
100
10
_
1
103104
0.4 pF
3.3 pF
12 pF
22 pF
KKE0479-V
C
pF
10 10
0
10
1
10
2
1
_
5
10
10
4
10
3
10
2
MHz
res
f
HQF; 0402
‘5’ 0 C
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HQF Multilayer ceramic capacitors
Typical characteristics for case size 04021)
Q factor versus
capacitance C
Q factor versus
frequency f
1) For more detailed information on frequency behavior and characteristics see www.epcos.com/mlcc_impedance.
KKE0478-M
C
pF
10 10
0
10
1
10
2
100 MHz
1
_
4
10
Q
10
3
10
2
10
1
1 GHz
3 GHz
KKE0482-F
f
MHz
10
2
4
10
Q
_
10
1
10
3
10
4
10
3
10
2
10
1
10
0
0.4 pF
3.3 pF
22 pF
12 pF
HQF; 0402
Ar” 0 C
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Multilayer ceramic capacitors HQF
Typical characteristics for case size 06031)
ESR versus capacitance C
(for not soldered parts)
ESR versus capacitance C
at self-resonant frequency (for soldered parts)
ESR versus frequency f
Self-resonant frequency fres versus
capacitance C
1) For more detailed information on frequency behavior and characteristics see www.epcos.com/mlcc_impedance.
KKE0471-Z
C
pF
10 100101102
3 GHz
1
_
0
10
ESR
_
10
10
_
1
100 MHz
1 GHz
2
300 MHz
KKE0474-P
C
pF
10 100101102
1
_
0
10
ESR
_
10
10
_
1
2
KKE0475-X
f
MHz
102
1
10
_
10
2
100
10
_
1
103104
0.4 pF
3.3 pF
12 pF
27 pF
ESR
KKE0473-G
C
pF
10 100
1
_
5
10
104
103
102
MHz
res
f
101102103
HQF; 0603
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HQF Multilayer ceramic capacitors
Typical characteristics for case size 06031)
Q factor versus
capacitance C
Q factor versus
frequency f
1) For more detailed information on frequency behavior and characteristics see www.epcos.com/mlcc_impedance.
KKE0472-8
C
pF
10 10
0
10
1
10
2
100 MHz
1
_
4
10
Q
10
3
10
2
10
1
1 GHz
3 GHz
300 MHz
KKE0476-6
f
MHz
10
2
Q
10
3
10
4
0.4 pF
3.3 pF
27 pF
12 pF
_
10
1
0
10
2
1
10
10
3
10
4
10
HQF; 0603
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Cautions and warnings
Notes on the selection of ceramic capacitors
In the selection of ceramic capacitors, the following criteria must be considered:
1. Depending on the application, ceramic capacitors used to meet high quality requirements should
at least satisfy the specifications to AEC-Q200. They must meet quality requirements going
beyond this level in terms of ruggedness (e.g. mechanical, thermal or electrical) in the case of
critical circuit configurations and applications (e.g. in safety-relevant applications such as ABS
and airbag equipment or durable industrial goods).
2. At the connection to the battery or power supply (e.g. clamp 15 or 30 in the automobile) and at
positions with stranding potential, to reduce the probability of short circuits following a fracture,
two ceramic capacitors must be connected in series and/or a ceramic capacitor with integrated
series circuit should be used. The MLSC from EPCOS contains such a series circuit in a single
component.
3. Ceramic capacitors with the temperature characteristics Z5U and Y5V do not satisfy the require-
ments to AEC-Q200 and are mechanically and electrically less rugged than C0G or X7R/X8R
ceramic capacitors. In applications that must satisfy high quality requirements, therefore, these
capacitors should not be used as discrete components (see the chapter “Effects on mechanical,
thermal and electrical stress”, point 1.4).
4. For ESD protection, preference should be given to the use of multilayer varistors (MLV) (see the
chapter “Effects on mechanical, thermal and electrical stress”, point 1.4).
5. An application-specific derating or continuous operating voltage must be considered in order to
cushion (unexpected) additional stresses (see the chapter “Reliability”).
The following should be considered in circuit board design
1. If technically feasible in the application, preference should be given to components having an
optimal geometrical design.
2. At least FR4 circuit board material should be used.
3. Geometrically optimal circuit boards should be used, ideally those that cannot be deformed.
4. Ceramic capacitors must always be placed a sufficient minimum distance from the edge of the
circuit board. High bending forces may be exerted there when the panels are separated and dur-
ing further processing of the board (such as when incorporating it into a housing).
5. Ceramic capacitors should always be placed parallel to the possible bending axis of the circuit
board.
6. No screw connections should be used to fix the board or to connect several boards. Compo-
nents should not be placed near screw holes. If screw connections are unavoidable, they must
be cushioned (for instance by rubber pads).
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Cautions and warnings
The following should be considered in the placement process
1. Ensure correct positioning of the ceramic capacitor on the solder pad.
2. Caution when using casting, injection-molded and molding compounds and cleaning agents,
as these may damage the capacitor.
3. Support the circuit board and reduce the placement forces.
4. A board should not be straightened (manually) if it has been distorted by soldering.
5. Separate panels with a peripheral saw, or better with a milling head (no dicing or breaking).
6. Caution in the subsequent placement of heavy or leaded components (e.g. transformers or
snap-in components): danger of bending and fracture.
7. When testing, transporting, packing or incorporating the board, avoid any deformation of the
board not to damage the components.
8. Avoid the use of excessive force when plugging a connector into a device soldered onto the
board.
9. Ceramic capacitors must be soldered only by the mode (reflow or wave soldering) permissible
for them (see the chapter “Soldering directions”).
10. When soldering the most gentle solder profile feasible should be selected (heating time, peak
temperature, cooling time) in order to avoid thermal stresses and damage.
11. Ensure the correct solder meniscus height and solder quantity.
12. Ensure correct dosing of the cement quantity.
13. Ceramic capacitors with an AgPd external termination are not suited for the lead-free solder
process: they were developed only for conductive adhesion technology.
This listing does not claim to be complete, but merely reflects the experience of EPCOS AG.
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Important notes
The following applies to all products named in this publication:
1. Some parts of this publication contain statements about the suitability of our products for
certain areas of application. These statements are based on our knowledge of typical
requirements that are often placed on our products in the areas of application concerned. We
nevertheless expressly point out that such statements cannot be regarded as binding
statements about the suitability of our products for a particular customer application. As
a rule, EPCOS is either unfamiliar with individual customer applications or less familiar with them
than the customers themselves. For these reasons, it is always ultimately incumbent on the
customer to check and decide whether an EPCOS product with the properties described in the
product specification is suitable for use in a particular customer application.
2. We also point out that in individual cases, a malfunction of passive electronic components
or failure before the end of their usual service life cannot be completely ruled out in the
current state of the art, even if they are operated as specified. In customer applications
requiring a very high level of operational safety and especially in customer applications in which
the malfunction or failure of a passive electronic component could endanger human life or health
(e.g. in accident prevention or life-saving systems), it must therefore be ensured by means of
suitable design of the customer application or other action taken by the customer (e.g.
installation of protective circuitry or redundancy) that no injury or damage is sustained by third
parties in the event of malfunction or failure of a passive electronic component.
3. The warnings, cautions and product-specific notes must be observed.
4. In order to satisfy certain technical requirements, some of the products described in this
publication may contain substances subject to restrictions in certain jurisdictions (e.g.
because they are classed as “hazardous”). Useful information on this will be found in our
Material Data Sheets on the Internet (www.epcos.com/material). Should you have any more
detailed questions, please contact our sales offices.
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publication may change from time to time. The same is true of the corresponding product
specifications. Please check therefore to what extent product descriptions and specifications
contained in this publication are still applicable before or when you place an order.
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