MPZ Series Brief Datasheet by TDK Corporation

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Ferrite Chip Beads—MPZ Series
GHZ noise countermeasure (power line) - consumer & automotive applications
Consumer Automotive
 Mobile devices, including smartphone and
tablet terminals  ECU’s, powertrain, and body control
 PCs and recorders, household appliances
such as STBs, smart grids, and industrial
 Car multimedia (telematics)
TDK’s MPZ Series ferrite chip beads are used to suppress noise in both signal and power supply circuits. They are effective at reducing noise simply by being
placed into the circuit in series. Multilayer chip beads consist of ferrite material and a conductive paste layered together. The equivalent circuit diagram of a chip
bead consists of a reactance component, X, and a resistive component, R. The combined impedance of X and R is denoted as impedance Z. The static
characteristics of a chip bead are typically described as the impedance value Z at a frequency of 100MHz. While several different chip beads could have the
same impedance value at 100MHz, it is important to look at their individual frequency characteristics to determine which bead will work best for the circuit within
the required frequency range. TDK offers up to five material types which provide various frequency characteristics for MPZ series chip beads in a variety of case
sizes, each suited to different applications. Availability of materials varies with case size.
Consumer Datasheets: 0603 1005 1608 2012
 Noise reduction solution for power line
 Has low direct current resistance for compatibility with large currents, optimal for low
power consumption (as compared to the MMZ series)
 Various frequency characteristics with 5 materials of different features
 Conforms to RoHS directive, halogen free, & compatible with lead-free soldering
 Standard operating temperature range of –55°C to +125°C
 Storage temperature range of –55°C to 125°C (after PC board mounting)
Consumer Automotive
 Case sizes: 1005, 1608, & 2012
 AEC-Q200 compliant
 Case sizes: 0603, 1005, 1608, & 2012
Equivalent Circuit Diagram of a Chip Bead
Internal Structure Diagrams of a Multilayer Chip Bead
Standard Ferrite Bead (Lengthwise Structure)
Automotive Datasheets: 1005 1608 2012
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B material Fast Digital Signals S material Signal line applications in which the
blocking region is near 100MHz
D material Low Insertion Loss at Low Frequency
R material Wide Frequency &
Good Waveform Integrity Y material High Frequency (100MHz & Above)
This material is perfectly suited for fast digital signals. By equalizing R and X
components that beads possess at a frequency of 5MHz, it is able to suppress
overshooting, undershooting, and ringing of fast digital signals.
Standard type that features impedance characteristics similar to those of a typical
ferrite core. For signal line applications in which the blocking region is near
100MHz. Impedance values selected for effectiveness at 40 to 300MHz.
For wide frequency applications calling for broad impedance characteristics. For
digital signal line applications for requiring good waveform integrity. Impedance
values selected for effectiveness at 10 to 200MHz.
High frequency range type intended for the 100MHz region and above. For single
line applications in which the signal frequency is far from the cutoff frequency.
Impedance values selected for effectiveness at 80 to 400MHz.
For applications calling for low insertion loss at low frequency and sharply
increasing impedance at high frequencies. Designed for high impedance at
high frequencies (300MHz to 1GHz) for signal line applications.
MPZ Series Material Selection Guide