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B3267(1,2,3)P Series Datasheet

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Film Capacitors
Metallized Polypropylene Film Capacitors (MKP)
Series/Type: B32671P ... B32673P
Date: June 2018
© EPCOS AG 2018. Reproduction, publication and dissemination of this publication, enclosures hereto and the
information contained therein without EPCOS' prior express consent is prohibited.
EPCOS AG is a TDK Group Company.
Typical applications
PFC (Power Factor Correction)
Climatic
Max. operating temperature: 125 °C
Climatic category (IEC 60068-1:2013):
55/110/56
Construction
Dielectric: polypropylene (PP)
Wound capacitor technology
Plastic case (UL 94 V-0)
Epoxy resin sealing
Features
Very compact design
Very small dimensions
Very high ripple and peak current
High frequency AC operation capability
High voltage capability
Excellent self-healing property
RoHS-compatible
Halogen-free capacitors available on request
AEC-Q200D compliant
Terminals
Parallel wire leads, lead free, tinned
Special lead lengths available on request
Marking
Manufacturer's logo
Lot number, series number
Rated capacitance (coded)
Capacitance tolerance (code letter)
Rated DC voltage
Date of manufacture (coded)
Delivery mode
Bulk (untaped)
Taped (Ammo pack or reel)
For notes on taping, refer to chapter "Taping and packing“.
Dimensional drawing
Dimensions in mm
Lead spacing
±0.4
Lead diameter
d1±0.05
Type
10 0.6 B32671P
15 0.8 B32672P
22.5 0.8 B32673P
Metallized polypropylene film capacitors (MKP) B32671P ... B32673P
Power Factor Correction
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Overview of available types
Lead spacing 10 mm 15 mm 22.5 mm
Type B32671P B32672P B32673P
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VRMS (V AC) 160 200 200 160 200 200 160 200 200
VR(V DC) 450 520 630 450 520 630 450 520 630
CR(μF)
0.068
0.082
0.10
0.15
0.18
0.22
0.27
0.33
0.39
0.47
0.56
0.68
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.2
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Ordering codes and packing units (lead spacing 10 mm)
VR
VDC
VRMS
f1 kHz
VAC
CR
μF
Ordering code
(composition see
below)
Max. dimensions
w×h×l
mm
Ammo
pack
pcs./MOQ
Reel
pcs./MOQ
Untaped
pcs./MOQ
MOQ = Minimum Order Quantity, consisting of 4 packing units.
Further E series, intermediate capacitance values and closer tolerance on request.
Composition of ordering code
+ = Capacitance tolerance code: *** = Packaging code:
J= ±5%
K=±10%
M=±20%
289 = Straight terminals, Ammo pack
189 = Straight terminals, Reel
003 = Straight terminals, untaped (lead length
3.2 ±0.3 mm)
000 = Straight terminals, untaped (lead length
61 mm)
450 160 0.10 B32671P4104+*** 4.0 ×9.0 ×13.0 4000 6800 4000
0.15 B32671P4154+*** 4.0 ×9.0 ×13.0 4000 6800 4000
0.18 B32671P4184+*** 5.0 ×11.0 ×13.0 3320 5200 4000
0.22 B32671P4224+*** 5.0 ×11.0 ×13.0 3320 5200 4000
0.27 B32671P4274+*** 5.0 ×11.0 ×13.0 3320 5200 4000
0.33 B32671P4334+*** 6.0 ×12.0 ×13.0 2720 4400 4000
0.39 B32671P4394+*** 6.0 ×12.0 ×13.0 2720 4400 4000
0.47 B32671P4474+*** 6.0 ×14.0 ×13.0 2720 4400 4000
0.68 B32671P4684+*** 7.0 ×16.0 ×13.0 4000
1.0 B32671P4105+*** 8.0 ×17.5 ×13.0 2000
520 200 0.082 B32671P5823+*** 4.0 ×9.0 ×13.0 4000 6800 4000
0.10 B32671P5104+*** 5.0 ×11.0 ×13.0 3320 5200 4000
0.15 B32671P5154+*** 5.0 ×11.0 ×13.0 3320 5200 4000
0.22 B32671P5224+*** 6.0 ×12.0 ×13.0 2720 4400 4000
0.33 B32671P5334+*** 7.0 ×16.0 ×13.0 4000
0.47 B32671P5474+*** 8.0 ×17.5 ×13.0 2000
630 200 0.068 B32671P6683+*** 4.0 ×9.0 ×13.0 4000 6800 4000
0.082 B32671P6823+*** 5.0 ×11.0 ×13.0 3320 5200 4000
0.10 B32671P6104+*** 5.0 ×11.0 ×13.0 3320 5200 4000
0.15 B32671P6154+*** 6.0 ×12.0 ×13.0 2720 4400 4000
0.18 B32671P6184+*** 6.0 ×12.0 ×13.0 2720 4400 4000
0.22 B32671P6224+*** 6.0 ×14.0 ×13.0 2720 4400 4000
0.33 B32671P6334+*** 8.0 ×17.5 ×13.0   2000
0.39 B32671P6394+*** 8.0 ×17.5 ×13.0   2000
B32671P
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Important notes at the end of this document.
Ordering codes and packing units (lead spacing 15 mm)
VR
VDC
VRMS
f1 kHz
VAC
CR
μF
Ordering code
(composition see
below)
Max. dimensions
w×h×l
mm
Ammo
pack
pcs./MOQ
Reel
pcs./MOQ
Untaped
pcs./MOQ
MOQ = Minimum Order Quantity, consisting of 4 packing units.
Further E series, intermediate capacitance values and closer tolerance on request.
Composition of ordering code
+ = Capacitance tolerance code: *** = Packaging code:
J= ±5%
K=±10%
M=±20%
289 = Straight terminals, Ammo pack
189 = Straight terminals, Reel
003 = Straight terminals, untaped (lead length
3.2 ±0.3 mm)
000 = Straight terminals, untaped (lead length
61 mm)
450 160 0.10 B32672P4104+*** 5.0 ×10.5 ×18.0 4680 5200 4000
0.22 B32672P4224+*** 5.0 ×10.5 ×18.0 4680 5200 4000
0.33 B32672P4334+*** 5.0 ×10.5 ×18.0 4680 5200 4000
0.47 B32672P4474+*** 5.0 ×10.5 ×18.0 4680 5200 4000
0.56 B32672P4564+*** 6.0 ×11.0 ×18.0 3840 4400 4000
0.68 B32672P4684+*** 6.0 ×12.0 ×18.0 3840 4400 4000
1.0 B32672P4105+*** 7.0 ×12.5 ×18.0 3320 3600 4000
1.5 B32672P4155+*** 9.0 ×17.5 ×18.0 2560 2800 2000
2.0 B32672P4205+*** 9.0 ×17.5 ×18.0 2560 2800 2000
2.2 B32672P4225+*** 11.0 ×18.5 ×18.0 2200 1200
520 200 0.15 B32672P5154+*** 5.0 ×10.5 ×18.0 4680 5200 4000
0.22 B32672P5224+*** 5.0 ×10.5 ×18.0 4680 5200 4000
0.33 B32672P5334+*** 6.0 ×11.0 ×18.0 3840 4400 4000
0.47 B32672P5474+*** 7.0 ×12.5 ×18.0 3320 3600 4000
0.68 B32672P5684+*** 8.5 ×14.5 ×18.0 2720 2800 2000
1.0 B32672P5105+*** 9.0 ×17.5 ×18.0 2560 2800 2000
1.5 B32672P5155+*** 11.0 ×18.5 ×18.0 2200 1200
630 200 0.15 B32672P6154+*** 5.0 ×10.5 ×18.0 4680 5200 4000
0.22 B32672P6224+*** 6.0 ×11.0 ×18.0 3840 4400 4000
0.33 B32672P6334+*** 7.0 ×12.5 ×18.0 3320 3600 4000
0.47 B32672P6474+*** 8.0 ×14.0 ×18.0 2920 3000 2000
0.68 B32672P6684+*** 9.0 ×17.5 ×18.0 2560 2800 2000
1.0 B32672P6105+*** 11.0 ×18.5 ×18.0 2200 1200
B32672P
Power Factor Correction
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Important notes at the end of this document.
Ordering codes and packing units (lead spacing 22.5 mm)
VR
VDC
VRMS
f1 kHz
VAC
CR
μF
Ordering code
(composition see
below)
Max. dimensions
w×h×l
mm
Ammo
pack
pcs./MOQ
Reel
pcs./MOQ
Untaped
pcs./MOQ
MOQ = Minimum Order Quantity, consisting of 4 packing units.
Further E series, intermediate capacitance values and closer tolerance on request.
Composition of ordering code
+ = Capacitance tolerance code: *** = Packaging code:
J= ±5%
K=±10%
M=±20%
289 = Straight terminals, Ammo pack
189 = Straight terminals, Reel
003 = Untaped (lead length 3.2 ±0.3 mm)
000 = Untaped (lead length 61 mm)
450 160 1.0 B32673P4105+*** 6.0 ×15.0 ×26.5 2720 2800 2880
1.5 B32673P4155+*** 7.0 ×16.0 ×26.5 2320 2400 2520
2.2 B32673P4225+*** 8.5 ×16.5 ×26.5 1920 2000 2040
520 200 0.47 B32673P5474+*** 6.0 ×15.0 ×26.5 2720 2800 2880
0.56 B32673P5564+*** 6.0 ×15.0 ×26.5 2720 2800 2880
0.68 B32673P5684+*** 6.0 ×15.0 ×26.5 2720 2800 2880
1.0 B32673P5105+*** 7.0 ×16.0 ×26.5 2320 2400 2520
1.5 B32673P5155+*** 10.5 ×16.5 ×26.5 1560 1600 2160
2.2 B32673P5225+*** 10.5 ×20.5 ×26.5 2160
630 200 0.33 B32673P6334+*** 6.0 ×15.0 ×26.5 2720 2800 2880
0.47 B32673P6474+*** 6.0 ×15.0 ×26.5 2720 2800 2880
0.56 B32673P6564+*** 6.0 ×15.0 ×26.5 2720 2800 2880
0.68 B32673P6684+*** 7.0 ×16.0 ×26.5 2320 2400 2520
1.0 B32673P6105+*** 8.5 ×16.5 ×26.5 1920 2000 2040
1.5 B32673P6155+*** 10.5 ×18.5 ×26.5 1560 1600 2160
2.2 B32673P6225+*** 12.0 ×22.0 ×26.5   1800
B32673P
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Important notes at the end of this document.
Technical data
Reference standard: IEC 60384-16:2005 and AEC-Q200D. All data given atT=20°C, unless
otherwise specified.
Rated temperature TR+85 °C
Operating temperature
range
Max. operating temperature Top, max
Upper category temperature Tmax
Lower category temperature Tmin
Rated temperature TR
+125 °C
+110 °C
55 °C
+85 °C
Dissipation factor tan δ
(in 10-3)at20°C
(upper limit values)
at
at
at
1 kHz:
10 kHz:
100 kHz:
1.0
2.5
25.0
Insulation resistance Rins
at 100 V or time constant
τ=C
RRins at 20 °C,
rel. humidity 65%
(minimum as-delivered
values)
30 GΩ(CR0.33 μF)
10000 s (CR> 0.33 μF)
DC test voltage 1.4 VR,2s
Category voltage VC
(continuous operation with
VDC or VAC atf1 kHz)
Top (°C) DC voltage derating AC voltage derating
Top 85
85 <Top 110
VC=V
R
VC=V
R(165 Top)/80
VC,RMS =V
RMS
VC,RMS =V
RMS (165 Top)/80
Operating voltage Vop for
short operating periods
(VDC or VAC at f 1 kHz)
Top (°C) DC voltage (max. hours) AC voltage (max. hours)
Top 100
100 <Top 125
Vop = 1.1 VC(1000 h)
Vop = 1.0 VC(1000 h)
Vop = 1.0 VC,RMS (1000 h)
Vop = 1.0 VC,RMS (1000 h)
Biased humidity 1000h/40°C / 93% relative humidity with VR,DC
Limit values after humidity
test
Capacitance change ΔC/C
Dissipation factor change Δtan δ
Insulation resistance Rins
5%
0.002 (at 1 kHz)
200 MΩ
Reliability:
Failure rate λ
Service life tSL
24 fit (110-7/h) at 0.5 VR,40°C
200000 h at 0.5 VR,85°C
For conversion to other operating conditions and temperatures, refer
to chapter "Quality, 2 Reliability".
Failure criteria:
Total failure Short circuit or open circuit
Failure due to variation
of parameters
Capacitance change ΔC/C
Dissipation factor tan δ
Insulation resistance Rins
Or time constant τ
> 10%
>4upper limit values
< 150 MΩ(CR0.33 μF)
<50s(C
R0.33 μF)
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Pulse handling capability
"dV/dt" represents the maximum permissible voltage change per unit of time for non-sinusoidal
voltages, expressed in V/μs.
"k0" represents the maximum permissible pulse characteristic of the waveform applied to the
capacitor, expressed in V2/μs.
Note:
The values of dV/dt and k0provided below must not be exceeded in order to avoid damaging the
capacitor. These parameters are given for isolated pulses in such a way that the heat generated
by one pulse will be completely dissipated before applying the next pulse. For a train of pulses,
please refer to the curves of permissible AC voltage-current versus frequency.
dV/dt values
Lead spacing 10 mm 15 mm 22.5 mm
VRVRMS
VDC VAC dV/dt in V/μs
450 160 140 120 100
520 200 200 160 110
630 200 250 180 130
k0values
Lead spacing 10 mm 15 mm 22.5 mm
VRVRMS
VDC VAC k0in V2/μs
450 160 126000 108000 90000
520 200 208000 166000 114000
630 200 315000 226000 163000
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Impedance Z versus frequency f
(typical values)
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Important notes at the end of this document.
Permissible AC voltage VRMS versus frequency f (for sinusoidal waveforms TA100 °C)
For TA>100 °C, please use derating factor FT.
Lead spacing 10 mm
450 V DC/160 V AC 520 V DC/200 V AC
630 V DC/200 V AC
B32671P
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Important notes at the end of this document.
Permissible AC voltage VRMS versus frequency f (for sinusoidal waveforms TA100 °C)
For TA>100 °C, please use derating factor FT.
Lead spacing 15 mm
450 V DC/160 V AC 520 V DC/200 V AC
630 V DC/200 V AC
B32672P
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Important notes at the end of this document.
Permissible AC voltage VRMS versus frequency f (for sinusoidal waveforms TA100 °C)
For TA>100 °C, please use derating factor FT.
Lead spacing 22.5 mm
450 V DC/160 V AC 520 V DC/200 V AC
630 V DC/200 V AC
B32673P
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Important notes at the end of this document.
Permissible AC current IRMS versus frequency f (for sinusoidal waveforms TA100 °C)
For TA>100 °C, please use derating factor FT.
Lead spacing 10 mm
450 V DC/160 V AC 520 V DC/200 V AC
630 V DC/200 V AC
B32671P
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Important notes at the end of this document.
Permissible AC current IRMS versus frequency f (for sinusoidal waveforms TA100 °C)
For TA>100 °C, please use derating factor FT.
Lead spacing 15 mm
450 V DC/160 V AC 520 V DC/200 V AC
630 V DC/200 V AC
B32672P
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Important notes at the end of this document.
Permissible AC current IRMS versus frequency f (for sinusoidal waveforms TA100 °C)
For TA>100 °C, please use derating factor FT.
Lead spacing 22.5 mm
450 V DC/160 V AC 520 V DC/200 V AC
630 V DC/200 V AC
B32673P
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Maximum AC voltage (VRMS), current (IRMS) versus frequency and temperature for TA>100 °C
The graphs described in the previous section for the permissible AC voltage (VRMS) or current
(IRMS) versus frequency are given for a maximum ambient temperature TA100 ºC. In case of
higher ambient temperatures (TA), the self-heating (ΔT) of the component must be reduced to
avoid that temperature of the component (Top=T
A+ΔT) reaches values above maximum
operating temperature.The factor FTshall be applied in the following way:
And FTis given by the following curve:
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Testing and Standards
Test Reference Conditions of test Performance
requirements
Electrical
parameters
IEC
60384-16:2005
Voltage proof, 1.4 VR, 1 minute
Insulation resistance, Rins
Capacitance, C
Dissipation factor, tan δ
Within specified limits
Robustness
of termina-
tions
IEC
60068-2-21:2006
Tensile strength (test Ua1) Capacitance and tan δ
within specified limits
Wire diameter Tensile force
0.5<d
10.8 mm 10 N
Resistance to
soldering
heat
IEC
60068-2-20:2008,
test Tb,
method 1A
Solder bath temperature at 260 ±5°C,
immersion for 10 seconds
ΔC/C02%
Δtan δ0.001
Rapid
change of
temperature
IEC
60384-16:2005
TA= lower category temperature
TB= upper category temperature
Five cycles, duration t = 30 min.
ΔC/C02%
Δtan δ0.002
Rins 50% of initial limit
Vibration IEC
60384-16:2005
Test FC: vibration sinusoidal
Displacement: 0.75 mm
Accleration: 98 m/s2
Frequency: 10 Hz ... 500 Hz
Test duration: 3 orthogonal axes,
2 hours each axe
No visible damage
Bump IEC
60384-16:2005
Test Eb: Total 4000 bumps with
390 m/s2mounted on PCB
Duration: 6 ms
No visible damage
ΔC/C02%
Δtan δ0.001
Rins 50% of initial limit
Climatic
sequence
IEC
60384-16:2005
Dry heat Tb / 16 h
Damp heat cyclic, 1st cycle
+55 °C / 24 h / 95% ... 100% RH
Cold Ta/2h
Damp heat cyclic, 5 cycles
+55 °C / 24 h / 95% ... 100% RH
No visible damage
ΔC/C02%
Δtan δ0.001
Rins 50% of initial limit
Damp heat,
steady state
IEC
60384-16:2005
Test Ca
40 °C / 93% RH / 56 days
No visible damage
ΔC/C03%
Δtan δ0.003
Rins 50% of initial limit
Advanced
biased
humidity
60 °C / 95% RH / 1000 hours
with VR,DC
No visible damage
ΔC/C010%
Δtan δ0.004
Rins 50% of initial limit
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Test Reference Conditions of test Performance
requirements
Endurance A 85 °C / 1.1 VR/ 1000 hours No visible damage
ΔC/C05%
Δtan δ0.004
Rins 50% of initial limit
Endurance B 110 °C / 1.1 VC/ 1000 hours No visible damage
ΔC/C010%
Δtan δ0.004
Rins 50% of initial limit
Endurance C 125 °C / 1.1 VC/ 1000 hours No visible damage
ΔC/C010%
Δtan δ0.004
Rins 50% of initial limit
Endurance D 85 °C/ VR+4A
RMS,1000 KHz/ 1000 hours No visible damage
ΔC/C010%
Δtan δ0.004
Rins 50% of initial limit
Mounting guidelines
1 Soldering
1.1 Solderability of leads
The solderability of terminal leads is tested to IEC 60068-2-20, test Ta, method 1.
Before a solderability test is carried out, terminals are subjected to accelerated ageing (to
IEC 60068-2-2, test Ba: 4 h exposure to dry heat at 155 °C). Since the ageing temperature is far
higher than the upper category temperature of the capacitors, the terminal wires should be cut off
from the capacitor before the ageing procedure to prevent the solderability being impaired by the
products of any capacitor decomposition that might occur.
Solder bath temperature 235 ±5°C
Soldering time 2.0 ±0.5 s
Immersion depth 2.0 +0/0.5 mm from capacitor body or seating plane
Evaluation criteria:
Visual inspection Wetting of wire surface by new solder 90%,
free-flowing solder
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1.2 Resistance to soldering heat
Resistance to soldering heat is tested to IEC 60068-2-20, test Tb, method 1.
Conditions:
Series Solder bath temperature Soldering time
MKT boxed (except 2.5 ×6.5 ×7.2 mm)
coated
uncoated (lead spacing >10 mm)
260 ±5°C 10 ±1s
MFP
MKP (lead spacing >7.5 mm)
MKT boxed (case 2.5 ×6.5 ×7.2 mm) 5±1s
MKP
MKT
(lead spacing 7.5 mm)
uncoated (lead spacing 10 mm)
insulated (B32559)
<4 s
recommended soldering
profile for MKT uncoated
(lead spacing 10 mm) and
insulated (B32559)
Immersion depth 2.0 +0/0.5 mm from capacitor body or seating plane
Shield Heat-absorbing board, (1.5 ±0.5) mm thick, between
capacitor body and liquid solder
Evaluation criteria:
Visual inspection No visible damage
ΔC/C0
2% for MKT/MKP/MFP
5% for EMI suppression capacitors
tan δAs specified in sectional specification
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1.3 General notes on soldering
Permissible heat exposure loads on film capacitors are primarily characterized by the upper cate-
gory temperature Tmax. Long exposure to temperatures above this type-related temperature limit
can lead to changes in the plastic dielectric and thus change irreversibly a capacitor's electrical
characteristics. For short exposures (as in practical soldering processes) the heat load (and thus
the possible effects on a capacitor) will also depend on other factors like:
Pre-heating temperature and time
Forced cooling immediately after soldering
Terminal characteristics:
diameter, length, thermal resistance, special configurations (e.g. crimping)
Height of capacitor above solder bath
Shadowing by neighboring components
Additional heating due to heat dissipation by neighboring components
Use of solder-resist coatings
The overheating associated with some of these factors can usually be reduced by suitable coun-
termeasures. For example, if a pre-heating step cannot be avoided, an additional or reinforced
cooling process may possibly have to be included.
EPCOS recommendations
As a reference, the recommended wave soldering profile for our film capacitors is as follows:
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Body temperature should follow the description below:
MKP capacitor
During pre-heating: Tp110 °C
During soldering: Ts120 °C, ts45 s
MKT capacitor
During pre-heating: Tp125 °C
During soldering: Ts160 °C, ts45 s
When SMD components are used together with leaded ones, the film capacitors should not pass
into the SMD adhesive curing oven. The leaded components should be assembled after the SMD
curing step.
Leaded film capacitors are not suitable for reflow soldering.
In order to ensure proper conditions for manual or selective soldering, the body temperature of
the capacitor (Ts) must be 120 °C.
One recommended condition for manual soldering is that the tip of the soldering iron should
be <360 °C and the soldering contact time should be no longer than 3 seconds.
For uncoated MKT capacitors with lead spacings 10 mm (B32560/B32561) the following mea-
sures are recommended:
pre-heating to not more than 110 °C in the preheater phase
rapid cooling after soldering
Please refer to EPCOS Film Capacitor Data Book in case more details are needed.
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Cautions and warnings
Do not exceed the upper category temperature (UCT).
Do not apply any mechanical stress to the capacitor terminals.
Avoid any compressive, tensile or flexural stress.
Do not move the capacitor after it has been soldered to the PC board.
Do not pick up the PC board by the soldered capacitor.
Do not place the capacitor on a PC board whose PTH hole spacing differs from the specified
lead spacing.
Do not exceed the specified time or temperature limits during soldering.
Avoid external energy inputs, such as fire or electricity.
Avoid overload of the capacitors.
Consult us if application is with severe temperature and humidity condition.
There are no serviceable or repairable parts inside the capacitor. Opening the capacitor or
any attempts to open or repair the capacitor will void the warranty and liability of EPCOS.
Please note that the standards referred to in this publication may have been revised in the
meantime.
The table below summarizes the safety instructions that must always be observed. A detailed de-
scription can be found in the relevant sections of the chapters "General technical information" and
"Mounting guidelines".
Topic Safety information Reference chapter
"General technical
information"
Storage
conditions
Make sure that capacitors are stored within the specified
range of time, temperature and humidity conditions.
4.5
"Storage conditions"
Flammability Avoid external energy, such as fire or electricity (passive
flammability), avoid overload of the capacitors (active
flammability) and consider the flammability of materials.
5.3
"Flammability"
Resistance to
vibration
Do not exceed the tested ability to withstand vibration.
The capacitors are tested to IEC 60068-2-6:2007.
EPCOS offers film capacitors specially designed for
operation under more severe vibration regimes such as
those found in automotive applications. Consult our
catalog "Film Capacitors for Automotive Electronics".
5.2
"Resistance to
vibration"
Topic Safety information Reference chapter
"Mounting guidelines"
Soldering Do not exceed the specified time or temperature limits
during soldering.
1 "Soldering"
Cleaning Use only suitable solvents for cleaning capacitors. 2 "Cleaning"
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Topic Safety information Reference chapter
"Mounting guidelines"
Embedding of
capacitors in
finished
assemblies
When embedding finished circuit assemblies in plastic
resins, chemical and thermal influences must be taken
into account.
Caution: Consult us first, if you also wish to embed other
uncoated component types!
3 "Embedding of
capacitors in finished
assemblies"
Display of ordering codes for EPCOS products
The ordering code for one and the same product can be represented differently in data sheets,
data books, other publications and the website of EPCOS, or in order-related documents such as
shipping notes, order confirmations and product labels. The varying representations of the or-
dering codes are due to different processes employed and do not affect the specifications
of the respective products. Detailed information can be found on the Internet under
www.epcos.com/orderingcodes.
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Symbols and terms
Symbol English German
αHeat transfer coefficient Wärmeübergangszahl
αCTemperature coefficient of capacitance Temperaturkoeffizient der Kapazität
ACapacitor surface area Kondensatoroberfläche
βCHumidity coefficient of capacitance Feuchtekoeffizient der Kapazität
CCapacitance Kapazität
CRRated capacitance Nennkapazität
ΔCAbsolute capacitance change Absolute Kapazitätsänderung
ΔC/C Relative capacitance change (relative
deviation of actual value)
Relative Kapazitätsänderung (relative
Abweichung vom Ist-Wert)
ΔC/CRCapacitance tolerance (relative deviation
from rated capacitance)
Kapazitätstoleranz (relative Abweichung
vom Nennwert)
dt Time differential Differentielle Zeit
ΔtTime interval Zeitintervall
ΔTAbsolute temperature change
(self-heating)
Absolute Temperaturänderung
(Selbsterwärmung)
Δtan δAbsolute change of dissipation factor Absolute Änderung des Verlustfaktors
ΔVAbsolute voltage change Absolute Spannungsänderung
dV/dt Time differential of voltage function (rate
of voltage rise)
Differentielle Spannungsänderung
(Spannungsflankensteilheit)
ΔV/ΔtVoltage change per time interval Spannungsänderung pro Zeitintervall
EActivation energy for diffusion Aktivierungsenergie zur Diffusion
ESL Self-inductance Eigeninduktivität
ESR Equivalent series resistance Ersatz-Serienwiderstand
fFrequency Frequenz
f1Frequency limit for reducing permissible
AC voltage due to thermal limits
Grenzfrequenz für thermisch bedingte
Reduzierung der zulässigen
Wechselspannung
f2Frequency limit for reducing permissible
AC voltage due to current limit
Grenzfrequenz für strombedingte
Reduzierung der zulässigen
Wechselspannung
frResonant frequency Resonanzfrequenz
FDThermal acceleration factor for diffusion Therm. Beschleunigungsfaktor zur
Diffusion
FTDerating factor Deratingfaktor
iCurrent (peak) Stromspitze
ICCategory current (max. continuous
current)
Kategoriestrom (max. Dauerstrom)
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Symbol English German
IRMS (Sinusoidal) alternating current,
root-mean-square value
(Sinusförmiger) Wechselstrom
izCapacitance drift Inkonstanz der Kapazität
k0Pulse characteristic Impulskennwert
LSSeries inductance Serieninduktivität
λFailure rate Ausfallrate
λ0Constant failure rate during useful
service life
Konstante Ausfallrate in der
Nutzungsphase
λtest Failure rate, determined by tests Experimentell ermittelte Ausfallrate
Pdiss Dissipated power Abgegebene Verlustleistung
Pgen Generated power Erzeugte Verlustleistung
QHeat energy Wärmeenergie
ρDensity of water vapor in air Dichte von Wasserdampf in Luft
RUniversal molar constant for gases Allg. Molarkonstante für Gas
ROhmic resistance of discharge circuit Ohmscher Widerstand des
Entladekreises
RiInternal resistance Innenwiderstand
Rins Insulation resistance Isolationswiderstand
RPParallel resistance Parallelwiderstand
RSSeries resistance Serienwiderstand
Sseverity (humidity test) Schärfegrad (Feuchtetest)
tTime Zeit
TTemperature Temperatur
τTime constant Zeitkonstante
tan δDissipation factor Verlustfaktor
tan δDDielectric component of dissipation
factor
Dielektrischer Anteil des Verlustfaktors
tan δPParallel component of dissipation factor Parallelanteil des Verlfustfaktors
tan δSSeries component of dissipation factor Serienanteil des Verlustfaktors
TATemperature of the air surrounding the
component
Temperatur der Luft, die das Bauteil
umgibt
Tmax Upper category temperature Obere Kategorietemperatur
Tmin Lower category temperature Untere Kategorietemperatur
tOL Operating life at operating temperature
and voltage
Betriebszeit bei Betriebstemperatur und
-spannung
Top Operating temperature, TA+ΔT Beriebstemperatur, TA+ΔT
TRRated temperature Nenntemperatur
Tref Reference temperature Referenztemperatur
tSL Reference service life Referenz-Lebensdauer
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Symbol English German
VAC AC voltage Wechselspannung
VCCategory voltage Kategoriespannung
VC,RMS Category AC voltage (Sinusförmige)
Kategorie-Wechselspannung
VCD Corona-discharge onset voltage Teilentlade-Einsatzspannung
Vch Charging voltage Ladespannung
VDC DC voltage Gleichspannung
VFB Fly-back capacitor voltage Spannung (Flyback)
ViInput voltage Eingangsspannung
VoOutput voltage Ausgangssspannung
Vop Operating voltage Betriebsspannung
VpPeak pulse voltage Impuls-Spitzenspannung
Vpp Peak-to-peak voltage Impedance Spannungshub
VRRated voltage Nennspannung
RAmplitude of rated AC voltage Amplitude der Nenn-Wechselspannung
VRMS (Sinusoidal) alternating voltage,
root-mean-square value
(Sinusförmige) Wechselspannung
VSC S-correction voltage Spannung bei Anwendung "S-correction"
Vsn Snubber capacitor voltage Spannung bei Anwendung
"Beschaltung"
ZImpedance Scheinwiderstand
Lead spacing Rastermaß
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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 re-
quirements 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 incum-
bent on the customer to check and decide whether an EPCOS product with the properties de-
scribed 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 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 an electronic component could endanger human life or
health (e.g. in accident prevention or lifesaving 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 an 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 Ma-
terial Data Sheets on the Internet (www.epcos.com/material). Should you have any more de-
tailed questions, please contact our sales offices.
5. We constantly strive to improve our products. Consequently, the products described in this
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. We also
reserve the right to discontinue production and delivery of products. Consequently, we
cannot guarantee that all products named in this publication will always be available. The
aforementioned does not apply in the case of individual agreements deviating from the fore-
going for customer-specific products.
6. Unless otherwise agreed in individual contracts, all orders are subject to the current ver-
sion of the "General Terms of Delivery for Products and Services in the Electrical In-
dustry" published by the German Electrical and Electronics Industry Association
(ZVEI).
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7. Our manufacturing sites serving the automotive business apply the IATF 16949
standard. The IATF certifications confirm our compliance with requirements regarding the
quality management system in the automotive industry. Referring to customer requirements
and customer specific requirements (“CSR”) TDK always has and will continue to have the
policy of respecting individual agreements. Even if IATF 16949 may appear to support the
acceptance of unilateral requirements, we hereby like to emphasize that only requirements
mutually agreed upon can and will be implemented in our Quality Management System.
For clarification purposes we like to point out that obligations from IATF 16949 shall only
become legally binding if individually agreed upon.
8. The trade names EPCOS, CeraCharge, CeraDiode, CeraLink, CeraPad, CeraPlas, CSMP,
CTVS, DeltaCap, DigiSiMic, ExoCore, FilterCap, FormFit, LeaXield, MiniBlue, MiniCell, MKD,
MKK, MotorCap, PCC, PhaseCap, PhaseCube, PhaseMod, PhiCap, PowerHap, PQSine,
PQvar, SIFERRIT, SIFI, SIKOREL, SilverCap, SIMDAD, SiMic, SIMID, SineFormer, SIOV,
ThermoFuse, WindCap are trademarks registered or pending in Europe and in other coun-
tries. Further information will be found on the Internet at www.epcos.com/trademarks.
Release 2018-06
Important notes
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