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DELIVERY SPECIFICATION AY
DELIVERY SPECIFICATION
SPEC. No.
C2020-FG
D A T E : 2020 April
To
Non-Controlled Copy
Upon the acceptance of this sp
ec. previous spec. (D) shall be
abolished.
CUSTOMER’S PRODUCT NAME TDK'S PRODUCT NAME
Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors
Dipped Radial Lead Type
FG-Series
General (Up to 50V)
Mid voltage (100 to 630V)
Halogen-free, RoHS compliant
Please return this specification to TDK representatives with your signature.
If orders are placed without returned specification, please allow us to judge that specification is
accepted by your side.
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DATE: YEAR MONTH DAY
Sales Engineering
Sales & Marketing Group
Electronic Components Business Company
Ceramic Capacitors Business Group
APPROVED
Person in charge
APPROVED
CHECKED
Person in charge
be FGOOAAA
1
SCOPE
This delivery specification shall be applied to Multilayer ceramic chip capacitors to be delivered to
.
PRODUCTION PLACES
Production places defined in this specification shall be TDK Xiamen Co., (China).
PRODUCT NAME
The name of the product to be defined in this specifications shall be FG〇〇□□×××◎***.
REFERENCE STANDARD
JIS
JEITA
C 5101-1
C 0806-2
RCR-2335 C
Fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipment-Part 1 :
Generic specification
Packaging of components for automatic handing-Part 2 :
Packaging of components with unidirectional leads on continuous tapes
Safety application guide for fixed ceramic capacitors for use in electronic
equipment
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
CODE CONSTRUCTION
COMBINATION OF RATED CAPACITANCE AND TOLERANCE
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE
STORING CONDITION AND TERM
INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISPOSAL
PERFORMANCE
INDICATION
INSIDE STRUCTURE AND MATERIAL
PACKAGING
CAUTION
TAPE PACKAGING SPECIFICATION
<EXPLANATORY NOTE>
When the mistrust in the spec arises, this specification is given priority. And it will be confirmed by written
spec change after conference of both posts involved.
This specification warrants the quality of the ceramic chip capacitor. Capacitors should be evaluated or
confirmed a state of mounted on your product.
If the use of the capacitors goes beyond the bounds of this specification, we can not afford to guarantee.
Division Date SPEC. No.
Ceramic Capacitors Business Group Apr., 2020 C2020-FG
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2
1. CODE CONSTRUCTION
(Example)
FG28
X7R
1H
104
K
NT0
6
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1) Case size
Case size *1
Dimensions (mm)
L(max.) *2
W(max.)
T(max.)
F *3
*3
φd
FG18
4.0
5.5
2.5
2.5±0.8 7.0±2.0 0.5
+0.10
-0.03
FG14
4.5
5.5
3.0
FG16
5.5
6.0
3.5
FG11
5.5
7.0
4.0
FG28
4.0
5.5
2.5
5.0±1.0 7.0±2.0 0.5
+0.10
-0.03
FG24
4.5
5.5
3.0
FG26
5.5
6.0
3.5
FG20
5.5
7.0
4.0
FG22
7.5
8.5
4.5
FG23
8.5
11.0
5.5
*1 FG denotes forming lead.
The first digit refers to a distance between leads (1:2.5mm, 2:5.0mm),the second digit is for TDK internal code.
*2 The FG18, FG14, FG28 and FG24 types represent dimensions 1 mm below the top of the body.
Other types represent the dimensions of the central part of the body.
*3 Dimension F and ℓ is applied to bulk packaging.
Refer to Appendix 2 and 3 for dimension of taping packaging.
F
FG22
φd
L
T
W
FG23
L
T
W
φd
F
FG18
T
L
F
φd
W
FG14
φd
L
W
T
F
FG16
φd
L
W
T
F
FG11
φd
L
W
T
F
L
T
FG28
W
φd
F
FG26
φd
T
L
W
F
F
FG24
W
φd
L
T
FG20
φd
L
W
T
F
3
(2) Temperature Characteristics (Details are shown in para 6 No.7,8)
(3) Rated Voltage
Symbol
Rated Voltage
2 J DC 630 V
2 W DC 450 V
2 E DC 250 V
2 A DC 100 V
1 H DC 50 V
1 E DC 25 V
1 C DC 16 V
1 A DC 10 V
0 J DC 6.3 V
(4) Rated Capacitance
(Example)
Symbol
Rated Capacitance
Stated in three digits and in units of pico
farads (pF). The first and second digits
identify the first and second significant
figures of the capacitance, the third digit
identifies the multiplier. R is designated for
a decimal point.
2R2 2.2pF
104 100,000pF
(5) Capacitance tolerance
Symbol
Tolerance
Capacitance(C)
C ±0.25 pF C5pF
D ±0.5 pF 5pFC10pF
J ± 5 %
Over 10pF
K ±10 %
M ±20 %
(6) Internal code
Symbol Applied voltage of Life
NT0 Rated voltage ×2
(*1)
RT0 Rated voltage ×1
*1 2E : Rated voltage×1.5
2W : Rated voltage×1.2
2J : Rated voltage×1.2
(7) Packaging
Symbol Packaging
0 Bulk
6 Ammo Pack
4
2. COMBINATION OF RATED CAPACITANCE AND TOLERANCE
Class
Temperature
Characteristics
Capacitance tolerance Rated capacitance(C)
1 C0G
C5 pF C (±0.25 pF) 1, 1.5, 2, 2.2, 3, 3.3, 4, 4.7, 5
5 pFC10 pF D (±0.5 pF) 6, 6.8, 7, 8, 9, 10
10 pFC10,000 pF J (± 5 %) E-12 series
10,000 pFC J (± 5 %) E- 6 series
2
X5R
X7R
X7S
X7T
C10μF
K (±10 %)
M (±20 %) E- 6 series
10μFC M (±20 %) E- 6 series
Capacitance Step in E series
E series
Capacitance Step
E- 6 1.0 1.5 2.2 3.3 4.7 6.8
E-12 1.0 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.2 2.7 3.3 3.9 4.7 5.6 6.8 8.2
3. OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE
T.C.
Min. operating
Temperature
Max. operating
Temperature
Reference
Temperature
X5R -55°C 85°C 25°C
C0G
X7R
X7S
X7T
-55°C 125°C 25°C
4. STORING CONDITION AND TERM
Storing temperature
Storing humidity
Storing term
5~40°C 20~70%RH Within 6 months
upon receipt.
5. INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISPOSAL
Dispose this product as industrial waste in accordance with the industrial Waste Law.
10,000MQ or 500 MO ~ uF min. 10uF
5
6. PERFORMANCE table 1
No.
Item
Performance
Test or inspection method
1
External Appearance
No defects which may affect
performance.
By visual checking.
2
Indication
Appearance
Meet a requirement per para 7.
solvent Solvent temp.
Dipping
time
Resistance to
solvent
Shall be visible.
Isopropyl
alcohol
20~25°C 30±5s.
3
Voltage
Proof
Between
termination
No insulation breakdown or
other damage.
Class Rated voltage Apply voltage
1 100V and under
3 × rated voltage
Over 100V
1.5 × rated voltage
2
100V and under
2.5 × rated voltage
Over 100V
1.5 × rated voltage
Above DC voltage shall be applied for 1~5s.
Charge / discharge current shall not exceed
50mA.
Between
termination
coating
No insulation breakdown or
other damage.
Apply ×2.5 rated voltage.
(By metallic small ball method.)
4
Insulation Resistance
10,000MΩ or 500 μF min.
(As for the capacitor of rated
voltage 16,10 and 6.3V DC,
10,000 MΩ or 100 MΩμF min.,)
whichever smaller.
450V DC and under
Apply rated voltage.
630V DC
Apply DC500V.
Applying time : 60sec.
5
Capacitance
Within the specified tolerance.
Class 1
Rated
capacitance
Measuring
frequency
Measuring
voltage
1,000pF
and under
1MHz±10% 0.5~5
Vrms.
Over
1,000pF
1kHz±10%
Class 2
Rated
capacitance
Measuring
frequency
Measuring
voltage
10μF
and under
1kHz±10%
1.0±0.2
Vrms.
Over 10μF 120Hz±20%
0.5±0.2
Vrms.
For information which product has which
measuring voltage, please contact with our
sales representative.
step. AC be ca‘cula‘ed ref. STEPS reading.
6
(continued)
No.
Item
Performance
Test or inspection method
6
Q
(Class 1)
See No.5 in this table for measuring
condition.
For information which product has which
Dissipation Factor, please contact with our
sales representative.
Capacitance
Q
30pF and over
1,000 min.
Under 30pF
400+20×C min.
C : Rated capacitance (pF)
Dissipation Factor
(Class 2)
T.C.
D.F.
X5R
X7R
X7S
X7T
0.03 max.
0.05 max.
0.075 max.
0.10 max.
0.15 max.
7
Temperature
Characteristics
of Capacitance
(Class 1)
Temperature Coefficient shall be calculated
based on values at 25°C and 85°C
temperature.
Measuring temperature below 20°C shall
be -10°C and -25°C
Temperature Coefficient
(ppm/°C)
C0G : 0 ± 30
Capacitance drift
Within ±0.2% or ±0.05pF,
whichever larger.
8
Temperature
Characteristics
of Capacitance
(Class 2)
Capacitance shall be measured by the
steps shown in the following table, after
thermal equilibrium is obtained for each
step.
ΔC be calculated ref. STEP3 reading.
Capacitance Change(%)
No voltage applied
X5R :
X7R :
X7S :
X7T :
±15
±15
±22
22,33
Step
Temperature(°C)
1 Reference temp. ±2
2 Min. operating temp. ±2
3 Reference temp. ±2
4 Max. operating temp. ±2
Measuring voltage: 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0Vrms.
For information which product has which
applied voltage, please contact with our
sales representative.
9
Lead
Strength
Tensile
Strength
No mechanical damage such as lead
breakage and loosing.
With holding the parts, apply pulling force
to lead drawing direction gradually.
Pulling strength : 10N
Holding time : 10±1s.
Bending
Strength
No mechanical damage such as lead
breakage and loosing.
With holding the capacitors to keep the axis
vertical, bend it 90 degrees with weighting
and put it back to the original position.
This operation shall be done for 2~3s. and
repeat the following times.
Bending forth :5N
Testing time : 2 times
7
(continued)
No.
Item
Performance
Test or inspection method
10
Vibration
External
appearance
No mechanical damage.
Solder the capacitors on a P.C.Board
shown in Appendix1 before testing.
Vibrate the capacitor with amplitude
of 1.5mm P-P changing the
frequencies from 10Hz to 55Hz and
back to 10Hz in about 1min.
Repeat this for 2h each in 3
perpendicular directions.
Capacitance
Characteristics
Change from the
value before test
Class
1 C0G
±2.5% or
±0.25pF,
whichever larger.
Class
2
X5R
X7R
X7S
X7T
±7.5 %
Q
Class1
Meet the initial spec.
D.F.
Class2
Meet the initial spec.
11
Solderability
Leads shall be covered by new solder
more than 75% of its surface.
Completely soak both terminations in
solder at 245±5°C for 2±0.5s.
Solder : Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu(Pb-free)
Flux : Isopropyl alcohol(JIS K 8839)
Rosin(JIS K 5902)
25% solid solution.
Dipping : By 1.5~2.0mm from the root
of lead.
12
Resistance
to solder
heat
External
appearance
No defects which may affect
performance.
Completely soak both terminations in
solder at 260±5°C for 10±1s.
Solder : Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu(Pb-free)
Flux : Isopropyl alcohol(JIS K 8839)
Rosin(JIS K 5902)
25% solid solution.
Dipping : By 1.5~2.0mm from the root
of lead.
Leave the capacitors in ambient
condition for the following time before
measurement.
Class1 : 6~24h
Class2 : 24±2h
Capacitance
Characteristics
Change from the
value before test
Class
1 C0G
±2.5 % or
±0.25pF
whichever larger.
Class
2
X5R
X7R
X7S
X7T
±7.5 %
Q
Class1
Meet the initial spec.
D.F.
Class2
Meet the initial spec.
Insulation
Resistance
Meet the initial spec.
Voltage
proof
No insulation breakdown or other
damage.
65 State) 1,000MQ or 50 M0 ' uF min.
8
(continued)
No.
Item
Performance
Test or inspection method
13
Temperature
Cycle and
Dipping
Cycle
External
appearance
No mechanical damage.
Temperature Cycle
Capacitance
Step
Temp.(°C)
Time(min.)
Characteristics
Change from the
value before test
1
Min. operating
Temp.±3
30 ± 3
Class
1 C0G ±2.5 % or
±0.25pF
whichever larger.
2 Reference temp. Less than 3
3
Max. operating
Temp.±2
30 ± 3
*Class
2
X5R
X7R
X7S
X7T
± 7.5 %
± 10 %
4 Reference temp. Less than 3
Dipping Cycle
Step
Temp.
C)
Time
(min.)
Solidy
liquid
*Applied for some parts
1 65
+5
0
15±2 Pure water
Q
Class1
Meet the initial spec.
2 0±3 15±2 Saturation
salt water
D.F
Class2
Meet the initial spec.
Solder the capacitors on a P.C.Board
shown in Appendix1 before testing.
Leave the capacitors in ambient condition
for the following time before measurement.
Class1 : 6~24h
Class2 : 24±2h
Perform Temperature cycle(5 cycle) and
dipping cycle(2 cycle) consecutively.
Insulation
Resistance
Meet the initial spec.
Voltage
proof
No insulation breakdown or other
damage.
14
Moisture
Resistance
(Steady
State)
External
appearance
No mechanical damage.
Solder the capacitors on a P.C.Board
shown in Appendix1 before testing.
Leave at temperature 40±2°C, 90 to
95%RH for 500 +24,0h.
Leave the capacitors in ambient condition
for the following time before measurement.
Class1 : 6~24h
Class2 : 24±2h
Capacitance
Characteristics Change from the
value before test
Class
1 C0G
±5% or
0.5pF
whichever larger.
*Class
2
X5R
X7R
X7S
X7T
±12.5%
±25 %
*Applied for some parts
Q
Class1
Capacitance
Q
30pF and over
350 min.
10pF and over
under 30pF
275+5/C min.
Under 10pF
200+10×C min.
C : Rated capacitance (pF)
D.F.
Class2
200% of initial spec max.
Insulation
Resistance
1,000MΩ or 50 MΩμF min.
(As for the capacitor of rated voltage
16,10 and 6.3V DC,1,000 MΩ or 10
μF min.,)
whichever smaller.
Capacnanoe SOOMQ or 251m ' uF mm.
9
(continued)
No.
Item
Performance
Test or inspection method
15
Moisture
Resistance
External
appearance
No mechanical damage.
Solder the capacitors on a P.C.Board
shown in Appendix1 before testing.
Apply the rated voltage at temperature
40±2°C and 90 to 95%RH for 500
+24,0h.
Charge/discharge current shall not
exceed 50mA.
Leave the capacitors in ambient
condition for the following time
before measurement.
Class1 : 6~24h
Class2 : 24±2h
Voltage conditioning : (Only Class2)
Voltage treat the capacitor under
testing temperature and voltage for
1hour.
Leave the capacitors in ambient
condition for 24±2h before
measurement.
Use this measurement for initial value.
Capacitance
Characteristics
Change from the
value before test
Class
1 C0G
±7.5% or
±0.75pF
whichever larger.
*Class
2
X5R
X7R
X7S
X7T
±12.5 %
±25 %
*Applied for some parts
Q
Class1
Capacitance
Q
30pF and over
200 min.
Under 30pF 100+10/3×C min.
C : Rated capacitance (pF)
D.F.
Class2
200% of initial spec max.
Insulation
Resistance
500MΩ or 25MΩμF min.
(As for the capacitor of rated voltage
16,10 and 6.3V DC, 500 MΩ or 5
μF min.,)
whichever smaller.
1,000Mn or 50 M0 - pF min.
10
(continued)
No.
Item
Performance
Test or inspection method
16
Life
External
appearance
No mechanical damage.
Solder the capacitors on a P.C.Board
shown in Appendix1 before testing.
Below the voltage shall be applied at
maximum operating temperature ±2°C
for 1,000 +48,0h.
Capacitance
Characteristics Change from the
value before test
Class
1 C0G ±3% or
±0.3pF
whichever larger.
Applied voltage
Rated voltage x2
*Class
2
X5R
X7R
X7S
X7T
±15 %
±25 %
Rated voltage x1.5
Rated voltage x1.2
*Applied for some parts
Rated voltage x1
Q
Class1
For information which products has
which applied voltage, please contact
with our sales representative.
Charge/discharge current shall not
exceed 50mA.
Leave the capacitors in ambient
condition for the following time before
measurement.
Class1 : 6~24h
Class2 : 24±2h
Voltage conditioning : (Only Class2)
Voltage treat the capacitor under testing
temperature and voltage for 1hour.
Leave the capacitors in ambient
condition for 24±2h before
measurement.
Use this measurement for initial value.
Capacitance
Q
30pF and over
350 min.
10pF and over
under 30pF
275+5/C min.
Under 10pF
200+10×C min.
C : Rated capacitance (pF)
D.F.
Class2
200% of initial spec max.
Insulation
Resistance
1,000MΩ or 50 MΩμF min.
(As for the capacitor of rated voltage
16,10 and 6.3V DC, 1,000 MΩ or 10
μF min.,)
whichever smaller.
* As for the initial measurement of capacitors (Class2) on number 8, 10, 12, 13, and 14, leave capacitors at 150
-10,0°C for 1h and measure the value after leaving capacitors for 24±2h in ambient condition.
PC. board a:
11
Appendix1
P.C. board
(Unit : mm)
1. Material : Glass Epoxy(As per JIS C6484 GE4)
2. Thickness : 1.6mm Copper(Thickness:0.035mm)
Solder resist
Copper
Solder resist
100.0
0.6
1
20
10
40.0
5.0
7.0
7.0
5.0
7.0
5.0
3.75
2.5
1.25
TC. Type
12
7. INDICATION
7.1 Indication (Example)
Type
T.C. FG18 FG14
FG28 FG24 FG16 FG11
FG26 FG20 FG22 FG23
C0G
X5R
X7R
X7S
X7T
7.2 Meaning of indication
No. Item Detail
(1) Rated Capacitance Indicate in three digits.
(2) Capacitance tolerance Indicates the symbol.
(3) Rated voltage For DC50V, indicate a bar under the rated capacitance.
(4) Manufacturer Indicates " TDK ".
104J
333
475
224J
TDK
226M
TDK
(1)
(1)
(3)
(2)
106K
(1)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(4)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(4)
A, 0, X,
13
8. INSIDE STRUCTURE AND MATERIAL
No. NAME No. NAME
MATERIAL
Class 1 Class 2
1
Multilayer
Ceramic
Chip
Capacitors
1-1 Dielectric CaZrO3 BaTiO3
1-2
Electrode
Ni
1-3
Termination
Cu
1-4
Ni
1-5 Sn
2 Coating
Epoxy
Halogen-free
3 Solder for joint Lead free solder
4 Lead wire Tin plated copper covers steel wire
9. PACKAGING
Packaging shall be done to protect the components from the damage during Transportation and storing,
and a label which has the following information shall be attached.
1) Inspection No. *
2) TDK P/N
3) Quantity
* Composition of Inspection No.
Example X 0 A - ΟΟ - ΟΟΟ
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)
a) Inspection factory code
b) Last digit of year
c) Month and A for January and B for February and so on. (Skip I)
d) Inspection Date of the month.
e) Serial No. of the day
1) Total number of components in a plastic bag.
Type
Qty.(pcs.)
FG18, FG28
FG14, FG24
FG16, FG26
FG11, FG20
FG22
500
FG23
200
2) Tape packaging is as per TDK tape packaging specification.
2
3
4
1
1-5
1-3
1-4
1-1
1-2
14
10. CAUTION
No.
Process
Condition
1
Operating
Condition
(Storage,Use,
Transportation)
1-1. Storage,Use
1) The capacitor must be stored in an ambient temperature of 5~40°C with a relative
humidity of 20~70%. The products should be used within 6 months upon receipt.
2) The capacitors must be operated and stored in an environment free of dew
condensation and these gases such as Hydrogen Sulphide, Hydrogen Sulphate,
Chlorine, Ammonia and sulfur.
3) Avoid storing in sun light and wet with dew.
4) Do not use capacitors under high humidity and high and low atmospheric pressure
which may affect capacitors reliability.
5) Capacitors should be tested for the solderability when they are stored for long time.
1-2. Handling in transportation
1) In case of the transportation of the capacitors, the performance of the capacitors
may be deteriorated depending on the transportation condition.
(Refer to JEITA RCR-2335C 9.2 Handling in transportation)
2
Circuit design
!E ACaution
2-1. Operating temperature
Operating temperature should be followed strictly within this specification, especially
be careful with the maximum temperature.
1) Do not use capacitor above the maximum allowable operating temperature.
2) Surface temperature including self heating should be below maximum operating
temperature.
(Due to dielectric loss, capacitor will heat itself when AC is applied. Especially at
high frequencies around its SRF, the heat might be so extreme that it may damage
itself or the product mounted on. Please design the circuit so that the maximum
temperature of the capacitor including the self heating to be below the maximum
allowable operating temperature. Temperature rise shall be bellow 20°C.)
3) The electrical characteristics of the capacitors will vary depending on the
temperature. The capacitors should be selected and designed in taking the
temperature into consideration.
2-2. Operating voltage
1) Operating voltage across the terminals should be below the rated voltage.
When AC and DC are super imposed, V0-P must be below the rated voltage.
――― (1) and (2)
AC or pulse with overshooting, VR
P-PR must be below the rated voltage.
――― (3), (4) and (5)
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
(1) DC voltage
(2) DC
AC voltage
(3) AC voltage
Positional
Measurement
(Rated voltage)
VR
0-P
VR
0-P
VR
P-P
Voltage
(4) Pulse voltage (A)
(5) Pulse voltage (B)
Positional
Measurement
(Rated voltage)
VR
P-P
VR
P-P
0
0
0
0
0
15
No. Process Condition
2
Circuit design
A
!E ACaution
2) Even below the rated voltage, if repetitive high frequancy AC or pulse is applied, the
reliability of the capacitor may be reduced.
3) The effective capacitance will vary depending on applied DC and AC voltages. The
capacitors should be selected and designed in taking the voltages into
consideration.
2-3. Frequency
1) When the capacitors (Class 2) are used in AC and/or pulse voltages, the capacitors
may vibrate themselves and generate audible sound.
3
Designing
P.C.board
If capacitor leads are inserted into different pitch holes, it may induce excessive stress in
the capacitor or outer resin to result in cracking, and it may degrade the quality.
Recommend capacitor layout is as following.
Not recommended
Recommended
4
Lead wire
insertion
1) If the leads clinching is too tight, the lead wire tend to be pulled excessively to
cause lead wire breakage or cracking of the coating and quality degradation.
Please adjust the clinching and provide sufficient preventive maintenance.
Recommended capacitor layout is as following.
Not recommended
Recommended
Clinching
2) If capacitor leads are inserted into different pitch holes, it may induce excessive
stress in the capacitor or outer resin to result in cracking, and it may degrade the
quality.
When the lead pitch does not fit with the through hole on the pc board, please
adjust the lead pitch so that the capacitor body would not receive excessive force.
crack
crack
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No.
Process
Condition
5
Soldering
5-1. Flux selection
Although highly-activated flux gives better solderability, substances which increase
activity may also degrade the insulation of the capacitors.
To avoid such degradation, it is recommended following.
1) It is recommended to use a mildly activated rosin flux (less than 0.1wt% chlorine). Do not
use acidic flux is not recommended.
2) Excessive flux must be avoided. Please provide proper amount of flux.
3) When water-soluble flux is used, enough washing is necessary.
5-2. Recommended soldering profile by various methods
Flow soldering Manual soldering
(Solder iron)
5-3. Avoiding thermal shock
1) Preheating condition
Soldering
Temp.(°C)
Wave soldering
ΔT
150
Manual soldering
ΔT
190
2) Cooling condition
Natural cooling using air is recommended. If the chips are dipped into a solvent for
cleaning, the temperature difference(ΔT) must be less than 100°C.
5-4. Amount of solder
In sufficient solder may detach the capacitor from the P.C.board.
See bellow for example of solder amount.
Adequate
Insufficient
solder
Low robustness may
cause contact failure or
capacitor comes off the
P.C.board.
400
300
200
0
T
Preheating
3 sec.(As short as possible)
Temp.
300
260
200
0
T
Preheating
soldering
Natural cooling
60
120 sec.
Within 5 sec.
Temp.
Over 60 sec.
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No. Process Condition
5
Soldering
5-5. Solder repair by solder iron
Tip temperature of solder iron varies by its type, P.C.board material and solder land
size. Higher the tip temperature, quick the operation is, but the heat shock may
crack the capacitor. Following condition is recommended.
( Recommended solder iron condition )
Temp. (°C)
Wattage (W)
Shape (mm)
Time (sec.)
350 MAX. 20 MAX. φ3.0 MAX. 3 MAX.
6
Cleaning
1) If an unsuitable cleaning fluid is used, flux residue or some foreign articles may stick
to capacitor surface to deteriorate especially the insulation resistance.
2) If cleaning condition is not suitable, it may damage the capacitor.
2)-1. Insufficient washing
(1) Terminal electrodes may corrode by Halogen in the flux.
(2) Halogen in the flux may adhere
on the surface of capacitor, and lower the
insulation resistance.
(3) Water soluble flux has higher tendency to have above mentioned problems (1)
and (2).
2)-2. Excessive washing
(1) Excessive washing way damage the coating material of coated capacitor and
deteriorate it.
(2) When ultrasonic cleaning is used, excessively high ultrasonic energy output can
affect the adhesion between the ceramic dielectric and the terminal electrodes.
To avoid this, following is the recommended condition.
Power : 20W/ℓ max.
Frequency : 40kHz max.
Washing time : 5 minutes max.
2)-3. If the cleaning fluid is contaminated, density of Halogen increases, and it may
bring the same result as insufficient cleaning.
7
Coating and
molding of the
P.C.board
1) When the P.C.board is coated, please verify the quality influence on the product.
2) Please verify carefully that there is no harmful decomposing or reaction gas
emission during curing which may damage the capacitor.
3) Please verify the curing temperature.
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No. Process Condition
8
Lead wire
bending
During lead wire bending process, mechanical stress often concentrates in one part of
capacitor body and it may damage the ceramic and the coating.
Refer to following for bending the lead wire.
When bending the lead wire, hold the wire closer to the capacitor with a fixture so that
the lead bending would not affect the capacitor body.
9
Handling of loose
capacitor
If dropped the capacitor may crack. Once dropped do not use it. Especially, the
large case sized capacitor is tendency to have cracks easily, so please handle with
care.
10
Capacitance
aging
The capacitors (Class 2) have aging in the capacitance. They may not be used in
precision time constant circuit. In case of the time constant circuit, the evaluation
should be done well.
11
Estimated life and
estimated failure
rate of capacitors
The estimated life and the estimated failure rate depend on the temperature and the
voltage. This can be calculated by the equation described in JEITA RCR-2335C
Annex F(Informative) Calculation of the estimated lifetime and the estimated failure
rate (Temperature acceleration : 3rd powered low, Voltage acceleration : 10degC law)
The failure rate can be decreased by reducing the temperature and the voltage but
they will not be guaranteed.
fixture
crack
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No.
Process
Condition
12
Caution during
operation of
equipment
1) A capacitor shall not be touched directly with bare hands during operation in order to
avoid electric shock.
Electric energy held by the capacitor may be discharged through the human body when
touched with a bare hand.
Even when the equipment is off, a capacitor may stay charged. The capacitor should be
handled after being completely discharged using a resistor.
2) The terminals of a capacitor shall not be short-circuited by any accidental contact with a
conductive object. A capacitor shall not be exposed to a conductive liquid such as an
acid or alkali solution. A conductive object or liquid, such as acid and alkali, between the
terminals may lead to the breakdown of a capacitor due to short circuit
3) Confirm that the environment to which the equipment will be exposed during
transportation and operation meets the specified conditions. Do not to use the
equipment in the following environments.
(1) Environment where a capacitor is spattered with water or oil
(2) Environment where a capacitor is exposed to direct sunlight
(3) Environment where a capacitor is exposed to Ozone, ultraviolet rays or radiation
(4) Environment where a capacitor exposed to corrosive gas(e.g. hydrogen sulfide,
sulfur dioxide, chlorine. ammonia gas etc.)
(5) Environment where a capacitor exposed to vibration or mechanical shock
exceeding the specified limits.
(6) Atmosphere change with causes condensation
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Others
A
!E ACaution
The products listed on this specification sheet are intended for use in general electronic
equipment (AV equipment, telecommunications equipment, home appliances, amusement
equipment, computer equipment, personal equipment, office equipment, measurement
equipment, industrial robots) under a normal operation and use condition.
The products are not designed or warranted to meet the requirements of the applications
listed below, whose performance and/or quality require a more stringent level of safety or
reliability, or whose failure, malfunction or trouble could cause serious damage to society,
person or property. If you intend to use the products in the applications listed below or if
you have special requirements exceeding the range or conditions set forth in this catalog,
please contact us.
(1) Aerospace/Aviation equipment
(2) Transportation equipment (cars, electric trains, ships, etc.)
(3) Medical equipment (Excepting Pharmaceutical Affairs Law classification Class1, 2)
(4) Power-generation control equipment
(5) Atomic energy-related equipment
(6) Seabed equipment
(7) Transportation control equipment
(8) Public information-processing equipment
(9) Military equipment
(10) Electric heating apparatus, burning equipment
(11) Disaster prevention/crime prevention equipment
(12) Safety equipment
(13) Other applications that are not considered general-purpose applications
When designing your equipment even for general-purpose applications, you are kindly
requested to take into consideration securing protection circuit/device or providing backup
circuits in your equipment.
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11.TAPE PACKAGING SPECIFICATION
1. DIMENSION OF TAPING
Dimensions of FG1* type shall be according to Appendix 2.
Dimensions of FG2* type shall be according to Appendix 3.
2. QUANTITY
Type Parts quantity/box (pcs.)
FG18, FG28
FG14, FG24
FG16, FG26
2,000
FG11, FG20 1,500
FG22, FG23 1,000
3. PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
3-1. The missing of components shall be within consecutive 3pcs.
3-2. Empty part for min 3pcs shall be provided at the beginning and the end of taping.
3-3. Shipping label must be attached at the side of carton.
3-4. When pull the carrier tape for left side with keeping the head of capacitors to
the direction of the above figure, adhesive tape shall be upper side.
3-5. Folded tape shall contain 25pcs. of components.
4. PACKAGING SPECIFICATION ( Ammo pack )
4-1. Head of the capacitors shall face the window.
4-2. In case of FG22 and FG23 series, a stainless round steel is put in a hole of tape.
Please remove a stainless round steel at the time of use.
Window
Shipping label
Shipping label
Window
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Appendix 2 Taping dimensions
(FG18,FG14,FG16,FG11)
(Unit : mm)
Symbol
Dimensions
Note
P
(12.7)
P0
(12.7)
P1
( 5.1)
W0
12.0±1.0
W1
9.0±0.5
W2 3.0 max.
Adhesive tape shall not stick out from
carrier tape.
W3
18.0+1.0,-0.5
H0
16.0±0.8
1.0 max.
t
0.6±0.2
L0
11.0 max.
F 2.5+0.5,-0.2
The measurement point is 1.5 to 2.0mm
below the kink.
φd
φ0.5+0.1,-0.03
φD
(φ4.0)
Δh
( ±2 )
( ) Reference value.
P
P
P1
F
P0
φD
H0
W2
W1
W3
t
Δh
W0
L0
φd
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Appendix 3 Taping dimensions
(FG28,FG24,FG26,FG20,FG22,FG23)
(Unit : mm)
Symbol
Dimensions
Note
P
(12.7)
P0
(12.7)
P1
( 3.85)
W0
12.0±1.0
W1
9.0±0.5
W2 3.0 max.
Adhesive tape shall not stick out from
carrier tape.
W3
18.0+1.0,-0.5
H0
16.0±0.8
1.0 max.
t
0.6±0.2
L0
11.0 max.
F 5.0+0.8,-0.2
The measurement point is 1.5 to 2.0mm
below the kink.
φd
φ0.5+0.1,-0.03
φD
(φ4.0)
Δh
( ±2 )
( ) Reference value.
t
P
P
P1
F
P0
φD
W2
W1
W3
Δh
H0
W0
L0
φd

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