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To: DlGl—KEY Date of Issue Classification , Changed PRODUCT SPECIFICATION FOR APPROVAL Product Description Customer Part Number : Product Part Number Country of Origin Applications : Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor : V type TP series (Highltempr free reflow type) apan (Primed on the packaging label) : It has the intention of being used fora general electronic circuit given in a notice matter (limitation ofa use). On the occasion of application other than the above, even person in charge of our company needs to inform in advance. 926 If you approve this specification please fill in and singn the below and return loopy to us Approval No Approval Date Exoecuted by (signature) Title Dept. Capacitor Business Unit Prepared by : Panasonic Electronic Devices Japan Co..Ltd. Panasonic Electronic Devices Cu..Ltd. Contact Person 25.Kohaia-nishinaka, Uji City Singnature Kyoto, 611-8585, Japan Name(Print) Phone 3+81-774-32-‘I‘l1’l Title Checked by Phone :+81-774-33—3209(Direct) Singnature Fax :+81-774—32-3159 NameiPrint) Title Authorized by Singnature Name(Print) Title Aluminum Capacitor Division Development Team 3% G7) e Hamh oHanda :Eng ear : Hisao Nagara : Manager I Yuji Midou : General Manager of Engineering No.3996033-8091V Panasonic
Revision Record Customer Part No, Product Part No‘ Note V type TP series (Highlem p.Ph free reflow type) Gume'ine'ALV‘Sz‘z No, Pg Revised Date Enforce Dene Conlsms Approval Accepted Nu. Initial Date May 27,2008 New Y.
Contents
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series Page No.
Contents
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
Contents
Notice matter
Scope
Parts Number
Parts Lists
Can Size Table
Dimensions
Constructions
Marking
Lot No. System
Standard Rating
Performance Characteristics
Other Characteristics
Reflow Soldering and Temperature Profile
Taping Shape and Dimensions
Carrier Tape Packing Method
Package Label Example
Application Guidelines
P. 1
P. 2
P. 2
P. 3
P. 3
P. 4
P. 5
P. 5
P. 6
P. 7
P. 8 ~ P. 11
P. 11
P.12
P.13
P.14 ~ P.15
P.16
Guidelines -1 ~ 4
Notice matter
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 1
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
Notice matter
Law and regulation which are applied
This product complies with the RoHS Directive (Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous
Substances in electrical and electronic equipment (DIRECTIVE 2002/95/EC).
No Ozone Depleting Chemicals(ODC's), controlled under the Montreal Protocol Agreement,
are used in producing this product.
We do not PBBs or PBDEs as brominated flame retardants.
All the materials that are used for this product are registered as "Known Chemicals" in the Japanese act
"Law Concerning the Examination and Regulation of Manufacture, etc. of Chemical Substances".
Export procedure which followed export related regulations, such as foreign exchange and a foreign
trade method, on the occasion of export of this product Thank you for your consideration.
Limitation of a use
This capacitor is designed to be used for electronics circuits such as audio/visual equipment,
home appliances, computers and other office equipment, optical equipment, measuring equipment
and industrial robots.
High reliability and safety are required [ be / a possibility that incorrect operation of this product may do
harm to a human life or property ] more. When use is considered by the use, the delivery specifications
which suited the use separately need to be exchanged.
Unless otherwise specified, the product shall conform to JIS 5101-18-2
Country of origin : JAPAN
Manufacturing factory : Panasonic Electronic Devices Japan Co.,Ltd.
1285, Sakutaguchi, Asada,Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi
753-8536 Japan
1. Scoge 2. Parts number EEE l 00 000 AA
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 2
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
1Scope
Fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipment, Surface Mount Type Aluminum electrolytic capacitors
with non-solid electrolyte.
2Parts number
EEE TP 〇〇 〇〇〇 A
2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6
2-1 Surface Mount Type Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor (Lead-Free Products.)
2-2 TP series
2-3 Rated Voltage Code
Voltage code 1A 1C 1E 1V
Rated voltage(V.DC) 10 16 25 35
2-4 Capacitance Code: Indicate capacitance In μF by 3 letters. The first 2 figures are actual values
and the third denotes the number of zeros.
“R” denotes the decimal point and all figures are the actual number with "R".
ex. 0.1μF R10 , 1μF 1R0 , 10μF 100
2-5 A : High temperature reflow type
XA : High temperature reflow type Size code D8
UA
: High temperature reflow type miniaturization product
* Due to the method used by our company to express taping part numbers,
we have eliminated "1" from the taping part numbers.
ex. EEETP1A331UAP EEETPA331UAP, EEETP1C101XAP EEETPC101XAP
2-6 Suffix Code for Appearance: Taping Code
16.0mm width (Size code "D8")
24.0mm width (Size code "FG")
P
See the drawing in item 11 for the polarity alignment.
47 100 220 330 470 ( ) is miniaturization product type
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 3
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
Parts lists
Tangent of Leakage Rated Ripple
Size Taping Part No. R.V. Cap. Loss Angle Current Current
Code [V.DC] [μF] (tanδ)[μA] [mA rm s]
m ax. m ax. (100kHz)
(120Hz) (120Hz) (125)
(20)(20
)+20-40max.
F EEETP1A221AP 10 220 0.30 22.0 0.20 3.0 270
F EEETPA331UAP 10 330 0.30 33.0 0.20 3.0 270
G EEETP1A331AP 10 330 0.30 33.0 0.15 2.0 500
G EEETP1A471AP 10 470 0.30 47.0 0.15 2.0 500
D8 EEETPC101XAP 16 100 0.23 16.0 0.45 5.0 197
F EEETP1C101AP 16 100 0.23 16.0 0.20 3.0 270
F EEETP1C221AP 16 220 0.23 35.2 0.20 3.0 270
G EEETP1C331AP 16 330 0.23 52.8 0.15 2.0 500
G EEETP1C471AP 16 470 0.23 75.2 0.15 2.0 500
F EEETP1E101AP 25 100 0.18 25.0 0.20 3.0 270
G EEETP1E221AP 25 220 0.18 55.0 0.15 2.0 500
G EEETP1E331AP 25 330 0.18 82.5 0.15 2.0 500
D8 EEETPV470XAP 35 47 0.16 16.5 0.45 5.0 197
F EEETP1V470AP 35 47 0.16 16.5 0.20 3.0 270
F EEETP1V101AP 35 100 0.16 35.0 0.20 3.0 270
G EEETP1V221AP 35 220 0.16 77.0 0.15 2.0 500
ESR
[]
max.
(100kHz)
Can Size [Size code]
V.DC
Cap.(μF)
D8,F
D8,F F F
FFGG
(F),G G G
GG
( ) is miniaturization product type
[mm]
Size codeD8φ6.7.7L
Fφ8×10.2L
Gφ10×10.2L
3510 16 25
47
470
330
220
100
3. Dimensxons I () Size Code D L AB H W D8 6.3 7.7 6.6 7.8max F 8.0 10.2 8.3 10.0max G 10.0 10.2 10.3 12.0max Panasonic Electronic D
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 4
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
3Dimensions mm
 [mm]
DLA,BH I WP
+0.15
-0.20
8.0 10.2 8.3 10.0max 3.4 0.90±0.2 3.1
10.0 10.2 10.3 12.0max 3.5 0.90±0.2 4.6
D8 6.3 2.6 0.65±0.1 1.8 0.35
0.70±0.2
0.70±0.2
KSize Code
F
G
7.7 6.6 7.8max
( ) Reference size
K
0.3max.
H
A±0.2
W
(I)
(P)
(I)
B±0.2
L±0.3
φD±0.5
4. Constructions 4-2 Construction parts Parts Materials 1 TB'W' $i‘ni‘33c‘2i1225'iéegiee.we 5 S 2 Isolator ThermoeplastlcResin e A 3 Alumlnum Can Aluminum 7 c 4 Seallng Rubber Synthetic rubberulR) a E 5. Marking Marking Color: BLACK Followtng items shall be marked on the body of Cap a ) Rated Voltage Mark D )Capamtance c ) Negative Polarity d )Series Mark e ) Lot No. (It indicates to Lot No. System) f ) Mark for Lead-Free Products. Rated Voltage Mark 10V 16V 25V 35V — Panasonic Electronic
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 5
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
4Constructions
4-1 Inside Construction
4-2 Construction parts
Parts Materials Parts Materials
Bi contained tin plated
Tinned Copper-Clad Steel wire
Organic Solvent , Organic Acid
(No Quaternary Salt)
Electrolyte
Cellulose
High Purity Aluminum Foil
Aluminum Foil7 Cathode Foil
Anode Foil
Separator
Synthetic rubber (IIR) 8
Terminal
Isolator
Aluminum Can
Sealing Rubber
Aluminum
Thermo-plastic Resin
5
6
1
2
3
4
5Marking
Marking Color : BLACK
Following items shall be marked on the body of Capacitor.
a ) Rated Voltage Mark
b ) Capacitance
c ) Negative Polarity
d ) Series Mark
e ) Lot No. (It indicates to Lot No. System)
f ) Mark for Lead-Free Products.
Rated Volta
g
e Mark
A
10V
C 16V
E 25V
V 35V
3.Aluminum can 2. Isolato
r
1.Terminals
4. Sealing rubbe
r
Pressure Relie
f
Inside unit
(5.Separator, 67 Anode and cathode foil, 8. Electrolyte)
(Size code “G” only)
Mark for Lead-Free Products.
(Square)
Capacitance (uF)
Series
Rated Voltage Mark
Lot No.
.
TP
LOT No. SYSTEM production year production month 7:2007 1 :January 71Ju|y ober bar bar
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 6
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
LOT No. SYSTEM
A lot No. shall be given on the bottom of a case in the following way.
Size Code (D8G)
Marking with 3 digits
8A8
Indicating that the product was produced in Aug. 2008, under a line A .
production year
7:2007 1:January 7:July
8:2008 2:February 8:August
9:2009 3:March 9:September
4:April O:Octobe
r
Indicating with the last digit 5:May N:Novembe
of a year. 6:June D:Decembe
r
production month
month(1 to 9 and O for October, N for November, D for December)
line code in alphabet (A to Z)
last number of year(2008=8)
6. Standard ratxng
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 7
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
6Standard rating
Item Ratings
1 Category Temperature Range -40℃ ~ +125
2 Rated Voltage Range 10 V.DC ~ 35 V.DC
3 Capacitance Range 47 μF ~ 470 μF (120Hz 20)
4 Capacitance Tolerance      ±20%   (120Hz 20)
5 Surge Voltage R.V. 10 16 25 35
(V.DC) S.V. 13 20 32 44
6 Rated Ripple Current Part lists and Table 3
7. Performance Characterxstxcs
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 8
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
7Performance Characteristics
No Item Performance Characteristics Test
1 Leakage Current I=0.01CV Series Resistor : 1000±10
Applied Voltage : Rated voltage
 I:Leakage current C:Capacitance Measuring : After 2 minutes
V:Rated voltage
2 Capacitance Within the specified capacitance tolerance. Measuring Frequency : 120Hz±20%
Measuring Circuit : Equivalent series circuit
Measuring Voltage : +1.5 V.DC +2 V.DC
(0.5 V for A.C.)
3 Tangent of Loss Less than the table 1 value of item 8. Measuring Frequency : 120Hz±20%
Angle Measuring Circuit : Equivalent series circuit
(tanδ) Measuring Voltage : +1.5 V.DC +2 V.DC
(0.5 V for A.C.)
4 Charact- Step 2 Impedance Ratio:
eristics at Less than the table 2 value of item 8 Step Test Temperature()
High and ratio against step 1. 1  20±2
Low Tem- Step 4 Leakage Current:
perature 800% of the value of item 7.1. 3  20±2
Capacitance Change:
Within ±25% of the value in step 1. 5  20±2
Tangent of Loss Angle (tanδ): Impedance should be measured 120Hz±10%.
the value of item 7.3.
5 Surge Leakage Current: Test temperature : 15℃~35
the value of item 7.1.
Capacitance Change: Series Protective Resistance :
Within ±15% of initial measured value.
Tangent of Loss Angle (tanδ):   R: Protective resistance(k)
the value of item 7.3. C: Capacitance(μF)
Appearance: Test voltage : Surge voltage item 6.5
No significant change can be observed. Applied voltage 1000 cycles of 30s±5s
"ON"and 5 min 30 s"OFF".
6 Robustness of There is no damage or breakage after test. After fixing the capacitors, the terminals are
Termination pulled in a vertical direction.
(Tensile) Load is gradually increased until it reached
the value specified below and held for 10
seconds.
Keep time
2
4
10N
10s±1s
-25±3,-40±3
125±2
Pull Strength
10 min15 min
30 min
Time
30 min
10 min15 min
C
50100
R±
=
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 9
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
No Item Performance Characteristics Test
7 Vibration Capacitance : Frequency : 10Hz55Hz (1 minute per cycle.)
During test, measured value shall be Total amplitudes : 1.5 mm
stabilized.(Measured several times Direction and duration of vibration :
within 30 min. before completion of It is done in the X,Y,Z axis direction for 2
test) hours each, with a total of 6 hours.
Appearance :
No significant change can be observed.
Capacitance Change :
Within ±5% of initial measured value.
8 Solderability More than 95% of the terminal surface Solder Type : H60A,H60S,or H63A(JIS Z3282)
shall be covered with new solder. Solder Temperature : 235±5
Exclude the cross-section of Immersing Time : 2s±0.5s
cutting lead edge. Immersing Depth : Dip the terminals for Approx.
0.5mm1mm thick
Flux : Approx 25% rosin(JIS K5902) in
Ethanol(JIS K8101)
9 Resistance to Leakage Current : After reflow soldering (item 9)
Soldering heat the value of item 7.1. The capacitor shall be left at room temperature
Capacitance Change : for before measurement.
Within ±10% of initial measured value.
Tangent of Loss Angle (tanδ) :
the value of item 7.3.
Appearance :
No significant change can be observed.
10 Solvent There shall be no damage end legibly Class of Reagent : Isopropyl Alcohol
Resistance of marked. Marking can be deciphered easily. Test Temperature : 20℃~25
the Marking Immersing time : 30s±5s
11 Damp Heat Leakage Current : Test Temperature : 40±2
(steady state) the value of item 7.1. Relative Humidity : 90%95%
Capacitance Change : Test Duration : 240hours±8hours
Within ±20% of initial measured value.
Tangent of Loss Angle (tanδ) : After subjected to the test, the capacitors shall
120% the value of item 7.3. be left for 2 hours at room temperature and
Appearance : room humidity prior to the measurement.
No significant change can be observed.
Currem Me‘hod
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 10
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
No Item Performance Characteristics Test
12 Pressure Relief Pressure relief shall be operated without A.C. Current Method
(Size code any hazardous expulsion or emission of
"G" only) flame.
No emission of gas after 30 minutes of
the voltage application also meets the
specification.
Applied Voltage :
A.C. voltage equals to R.V. x 0.7 or
250 V(rms) whichever is smaller.
Capacitance (μF) D.C. resistance()
1 1000±100
110 100±10
10 100 10±1
100 1000 1±0.1
Reverse Voltage Method
Nominal Diamether (mm) D.C. Current(A)
22.4 1 (const)
A
R
VCx
V
A. C.
Power supply
50Hz o r 60Hz
A:A.C. ammeter R :Series resister
Cx :Tested capacitor
:A.C. voltmeter
A
A
:D.C. ammeter Cx :Tested capacitor
Cx
D. C.
Power supply
8. Other Charac‘eristics
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 11
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
No Item Performance characteristics Test
13 Endurance Leakage Current : Test Temperature : 125 ±2
the value of item 7.1. Test Duration : 3000+72
0 hours
Capacitance change : (φ8x10.2, φ10x10.2)
Within ±30% of initial measured value. : 2000+72
0 hours
Tangent of Loss Aangle (tanδ): (φ6.3x7.7)
300% of the value of item 7.3. Applied Voltage : Rated voltage
E.S.R.:
After 2000 hours After subjected to the test, the capacitors shall
Less than the table 3 value of item 8. be left at room temperature and room humidity
Appearance : for 2 hours prior to the measurement.
No significant change can be observed.
14 Shelf Life Leakage Current : Test Temperature : 125 ±2
the value of item 7.1. Test Duration : 1000+48
0 hours
Capacitance Change :
Within ±30% of initial measured value. After subjected to the test, D.C. rated
Tangent of Loss Angle (tanδ) : voltage shall be applied to the capacitors for
300% of the value of item 7.3. 30 minutes as post-test treatment after left
Appearance : at the room temperature and humidity for 2
No significant change can be observed. hours prior to the measurement.
15 Rapid change of Leakage Current :
temperature the value of item 7.1.
Capacitance change :
Within ±20% of initial measured value.
Tangent of Loss Aangle (tanδ):
200% of the value of item 7.3.
Appearance : After 1000 cycles of step 1 to 4,
No significant change can be observed. It should be kept at. R.T for 1hours 2
hours before measurement.
2
3
4
Step
1
Leaving timeTemperature
-40±330min±3 min
3 min
30min±3 min
3 min
R.T
+125±2
R.T
* Voltage treatment : The rated voltage shall be applied to the capacitors, which are connected to series protective
resistors (1000±10), for 30 minutes as a posttest treatment (performing discharge).
8Other Characteristics
Table 1. Tangent of Loss Angle(tanδ)
R.V.(V.DC) 10 16 25 35
D.F.(tan δ) 0.300.230.180.16
Table 2. Characteristics at low temperature Impedance ratio (at 120Hz)
R.V.(V.DC) 10 16 25 35
Z(-25)/Z(20)3222
Z(-40)/Z(20)4333
Table 3. After Endurance (2000 hours )E.S.R. (Ω 100kHz -40)
Size code E.S.R.
D8 40
F4.5
G3.5
Table 4. Frequency Correction Factor of Rated Ripple Current
     Frequency (H z)
120 1k 10k100k
coefficient 0.65 0.85 0.95 1.00
9. Reflow Soldering Temperamre Profile Size code Peak Duration Duration Durauon Duraxion Reflow uency 260 C 203 303 655 705
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 12
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
9Reflow Soldering Temperature Profile
After the capacitor is subjected to the specified reflow soldering, (see the temperature profile below), it shall
Meet the condition stated in the item 7, No.9.
<Reflow soldering condition>
The temperature shall be measured with thermal couple (type K, φ0.1mm) which shall be placed and
fixed on the top of capacitor body.
Maximum Permissible Reflow Soldering Temperature Profile
Size code Peak Duration Duration Duration Duration Reflow
temperature (temp250)(temp
230)(temp
217)(temp
200) frequency
20 s 30 s 65 s 70 s
(30 s) (40 s) (65 s) (90 s) 2D8,F,G 260
(255℃)
*For φ6.3 to φ10, our recommended reflow condition is either of following two conditions.
(1) Peak temperature 260ºC,20s(temp.250)
(2) Peak temperature 255ºC,30s(temp.250)
* Two times of reflow
(The 2nd reflow must be done when the capacitor becomes normal condition
regarding temperature.)
* Soldering Method : I.R. or I.R. + heated air.
(VPS Method is not Available.)
250
200
150
100
50
120 s
Peak temperature
Times(s)
160°C
260
Duration (temp230)
Duration (temp250)
Duration (temp217)
Temperature on capacitor surface()
10. Taging Panasonic Electroni
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 13
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
10Taping
10-1 Carrier Tape [mm]
Size code D8
Size code F,G
[mm]
Size
Code
D8 7.0 7.0 9.0 8.4
F 8.7 8.7 12.5 11.0
G 10.7 10.7 14.5 11.0
* Dimensions of A and B are measured at the
bottom of the embossed part.
ABCD
10-2 Reel
[mm]
Size Reel
Code Width(A)
D8 18
F26
G26
The A dimension at the edge of flange
shall be less than 1.5 times of the
specified value.
2.0±0.1
4.0±0.1
24.0±0.3
16.0±0.1 A±0.2
φ1.5 +0.1
0
1.75±0.1
11.5±0.1
0.4
D±0.2
B
C±0.5
-0.2
+0.3
2±0.5
φ13±0.5
φ21±0.8
φ380±2
A±1
φ50min
3.0
A
[mm]
2.0±0.1
4.0±0.1
16.0±0.3
12.0±0.1 A±0.2
φ1.5 +0.1
0
7.5±0.1 1.75±0.1
0.4
D±0.2
C±0.5
B
+0.3
-0.2
11 . Details of Carrier Tape a. Last reeling empty part of carrier tape shall be more than 10 cm. b. Leader part ol seal tape shall be more than 20 cm. 0. First reeling Empty pan of carrier tape shall be more than 10 cm. d. Adhesive tape fixing the end ol the leader part shall be approx, 10 cm. (2) Deviation between carrier tape and seal tape. a. Devration between carrier tape and seal tape shall be less than 0.5 mm. 000000000000 carrier tape x m E ”7. seal tape 0 b. Seal tape shall not cover on the feeding holes more than 0.75 mm. x m E - E carrier tape C5 seal tape 12. Adhesion Test Reasonable pulling strength: 0.1N~0.7 N Pulling speed: 300 mm / min push pull scale seal tape 9 : approx. 10“ carrier tape Panasonic Electronic Devices Co_, Ltd.
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 14
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
11Details of Carrier Tape
(1)
a. Last reeling empty part of carrier tape shall be more than 10 cm.
b. Leader part of seal tape shall be more than 20 cm.
c. First reeling Empty part of carrier tape shall be more than 10 cm.
d. Adhesive tape fixing the end of the leader part shall be approx, 10 cm.
(2) Deviation between carrier tape and seal tape.
a. Deviation between carrier tape and seal tape shall be less than 0.5 mm.
b. Seal tape shall not cover on the feeding holes more than 0.75 mm.
12. Adhesion Test
Reasonable pulling strength: 0.1N0.7 N
Pulling speed: 300 mm / min
Carrier tape
carrier tape
seal tape
0.5max
carrier tape
seal tape
0.75max
θ
push pull scale
seal tape
θ: approx. 10°
carrier tape
leader part fixing tape
seal tape adhesive tape
empty part
13' Packing Style 14. Dwmensions of Outer Canon Box 15. Packaging guamily
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 15
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
13Packing Style
(1) Carrier tape shall be reeled inside. (seal tape shall be outside)
(2) End of the tape shall be inside to the reel physically as shown in the below figure and leader part of seal
tape shall not be attached.
14Dimensions of Outer Carton Box
Dimensions of outer carton box are subject to change without Notice for adjustment to Reel Size.
[mm]
Size
Code
D8 250 395
F 220 395
G 220 395
HW,L
15Packaging quantity
Size
Code
D8 900 10 9000
F 500 6 3000
G 500 6 3000
One outer Total
(pcs.)(pcs.) (reel)
One reel carton box quantity
* Let an order unit be 1 reel unit.
Reel
(1)
H±5
L±5
W±5
16.Package Label Example Label inlormation on the Packagmg Box 1672 Outer Box Label Contents oi label description (1) Customer Part No. (2) QUantIty (3) Rated CapacItance (4) Voltage (5) Can Size (6) Product Part No (I) , (3N) I (I) 4 (2) CI ||I|II|IIII||III|IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIm (SN) 2 V520IR4IAO0I IIFIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII II IIIIIIIII||IIIIIUIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII|IIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FIXE INIU ELE I D ALUM CTROLVT cc ' (6) (5) d7 x L IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 59"“ Pun-mic Elutrnmc a Panasonic [E 5'“ 9' 3 IIIIII II III IIIIIII III II |||IIII|I| (3M) 2 V520IR4IAO0I 108010 I III |I|I|||I | ||||II|IIIIII |II||I| II II FIXED ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPA ' (6) (3) UP ' (I PCS (5355’ 2 SerIaI No II “II" II II IIIII I v msumc mm. panamac III: II 4qu (4) V x I. Panasonic Electronic Devices Co_, Ltd.
Product Specification
CE-VTP4-CE-0
V type TP series 16
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
16.Package Label Example
Label information on the Packaging Box
The label has following information in English
a) Rated Voltage, Capacitance
b) Manufacturer’s Trademark
c) Part Number
d) Packing Quantity
e) Serial No.
f ) Manufacturer’s Name
g) Country of Origin
16-1 A display to a reel *The example of a label
16-2 Outer Box
Contents of label description
(1) Customer Part No.
(2) Quantity
(3) Rated Capacitance
(4) Voltage
(5) Can Size
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Product Specification
Guideline-ALV-S2-2
Application Guidelines Guidelines-1
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co.,Ltd.
1. Circuit Design
1.1 Operating Temperature and Frequency
Electrical parameters for electrolytic capacitors are normally specified at 20 temperature and 120 Hz frequency.
These parameters vary with changes in temperature and frequency. Circuit designers should take these changes into consideration.
(1) Effects of operating temperature on electrical parameters
a) At higher temperatures, leakage current and capacitance increase while equivalent series resistance (ESR) decreases.
b) At lower temperatures, leakage current and capacitance decrease while equivalent series resistance (ESR) increases.
(2) Effects of frequency on electrical parameters
a) At higher frequencies, capacitance and impedance decrease while tanδ increases.
b) At lower frequencies, heat generated by ripple current will rise due to an increase in equivalent series resistance (ESR).
1.2 Operating Temperature and Life Expectancy
(1) Expected life is affected by operating temperature. Generally, each 10 reduction in temperature will double the expected life.
Use capacitors at the lowest possible temperature below the upper category temperature.
(2) If operating temperatures exceed the upper category limit, rapid deterioration of electrical parameter will occur and irreversible damage
will result.
Check for the maximum capacitor operating temperatures including ambient temperature, internal capacitor temperature rise due to
ripple current, and the effects of radiated heat from power transistors, IC's or resistors.
Avoid placing components, which could conduct heat to the capacitor from the back side of the circuit board.
(3) The formula for calculating expected life at lower operating temperatures is as follows ;
10
ーT
×=
L
1 : Guaranteed life (h) at temperature, T1
L
2 : Expected life (h) at temperature, T2
T
1 : Upper category temperature ()
T
2 : Actual operating temperature, ambient temperature + temperature rise due to ripple current heating()
(4) Please use according to the lifetime as noted in this specification. Using products beyond end of the lifetime may change
characteristics rapidly, short-circuit, operate pressure relief vent, or leak electrolyte.
* This specification guarantees the quality and performance of the product as individual components.
Before use, check and evaluate their compatibility with installed in your products.
* Do not use the products beyond the specifications described in this document.
* Install the following systems for a failsafe design to ensure safety if these products are to be used in equipment where a defect in these
products may cause the loss of human life or other signification damage, such as damage to vehicles (automobile, train, vessel), traffic
lights, medical equipment, aerospace equipment, electric heating appliances, combustion/ gas equipment, rotating equipment, and
disaster/crime prevention equipment.
The system is equipped with a protection circuit and protection device.
The system is equipped with a redundant circuit or other system to prevent an unsafe status in the event of a single fault.
* Before using the products, carefully check the effects on their quality and performance, and determined whether or not they can be used.
These products are designed and manufactured for general-purpose and standard use in general electronic equipment.
These products are not intended for use in the following special conditions.
1. In liquid, such as Water, Oil, Chemicals, or Organic solvent
2. In direct sunlight, outdoors, or in dust
3. In vapor, such as dew condensation water of resistive element, or water leakage, salty air, or air with a high concentration corrosive
gas, such as Cl2, H2S, NH3, SO2, or NO2
4. In an environment where strong static electricity or electromagnetic waves exist
5. Mounting or placing heat-generating components or inflammables, such as vinyl-coated wires, near these products
6. Sealing or coating of these products or a printed circuit board on which these products are mounted, with resin and other material
7. Using resolvent, water or water-soluble cleaner for flux cleaning agent after soldering.
(In particular, when using water or a water-soluble cleaning agent, be careful not to leave water residues)
* Please arrange circuit design for preventing impulse or transitional voltage.
Do not apply voltage, which exceeds the full rated voltage when the capacitors receive impulse voltage, instantaneous high voltage,
high pulse voltage etc.
* Electrolyte is used in the products. Therefore, misuse can result in rapid deterioration of characteristics and functions of each product.
Electrolyte leakage damages printed circuit and affects performance, characteristics, and functions of customer system.
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Product Specification
Guideline-ALV-S2-2
Application Guidelines Guidelines-2
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co.,Ltd.
1.3 Common Application Conditions to Avoid
The following misapplication load conditions will cause rapid deterioration of a capacitor’s electrical parameters.
In addition, rapid heating and gas generation within the capacitor can occur, causing the pressure relief vent to operate and resultant leakage
of electrolyte. Under extreme conditions, explosion and fire ignition could result.
The leaked electrolyte is combustible and electrically conductive.
(1) Reverse Voltage
DC capacitors have polarity. Verify correct polarity before insertion. For circuits with changing or uncertain polarity, use DC bipolar
capacitors. DC bipolar capacitors are not suitable for use in AC circuits.
(2) Charge / Discharge Applications
Standard capacitors are not suitable for use in repeating charge/discharge applications. For charge/ discharge applications, consult us
with your actual application condition.
(3) Over voltage
Do not apply voltages exceeding the maximum specified rated voltage. Voltages up to the surge voltage rating are acceptable for
short periods of time.
Ensure that the sum of the DC voltage and the superimposed AC ripple voltage does not exceed the rated voltage.
(4) Ripple Current
Do not apply ripple currents exceeding the maximum specified value. For high ripple current applications, use a capacitor designed for
high ripple currents. In addition, consult us if the applied ripple current is to be higher than the maximum specified value.
Ensure that rated ripple currents that superimposed on low DC bias voltages do not cause reverse voltage conditions.
1.4 Using Two or More Capacitors in Series or Parallel
(1) Capacitors Connected in Parallel
The circuit resistance can closely approximate the series resistance of the capacitor, causing an imbalance of ripple current loads within
the capacitors. Careful wiring methods can minimize the possible application of an excessive ripple current to a capacitor.
(2) Capacitors Connected in Series
Differences in normal DC leakage current among capacitors can cause voltage imbalances.
The use of voltage divider shunt resistors with consideration to leakage currents can prevent capacitor voltage imbalances.
1.5 Capacitor Mounting Considerations
(1) Double-Sided Circuit Boards
Avoid wiring pattern runs, which pass between the mounted capacitor and the circuit board.
(2) Land/ Pad Pattern
[Table of Board Land Size vs. Capacitor Size]
[mm]
abc
B(
φ4) 1.0 2.5 1.6
C(
φ5) 1.5 2.8 1.6
D(
φ6.3) 1.8 3.2 1.6
D8 (φ6.3×7.7L) 1.8 3.2 1.6
E(
φ8×6.2L) 2.2 4.0 1.6
F(
φ8×10.2L) 3.1 4.0 2.0
G(
φ10×10.2L) 4.6 4.1 2.0
H(
φ12.5) 4.0 5.7 2.0
J(φ16) 6.0 6.5 2.5
K(φ18) 6.0 7.5 2.5
Size / Dimension
Land space
The land pattern and size shall be decided in consideration of mountability, solderbility and strength.
(3) Clearance for Case Mounted Pressure Relief (φ10 mm)
Capacitors with case mounted pressure relief require sufficient clearance to allow for proper pressure relief operation.
The minimum clearance are dependent on capacitor diameters as follows.
(Dia 10mm Dia 16mm : 2mm minimum , Dia 18mm : 3mm minimum)
(4) Wiring Near the Pressure Relief (φ10 mm)
Avoid locating high voltage or high current wiring or circuit board paths above the pressure relief . Flammable, high temperature gas that
exceeds 100 C may be released which could dissolve the wire insulation and ignite.
(5) Circuit Board Patterns Under the Capacitor
Avoid circuit board runs under the capacitor, as an electrical short can occur due to an electrolyte leakage.
1.6 Electrical Isolation of the Capacitor
Completely isolate the capacitor as follows.
Between the cathode and the case and between the anode terminal and other circuit paths.
1.7 Capacitor Sleeve
The laminate coating is intended for marking and identification purposes and is not meant to electrically insulate the capacitor.
Product Specification
Guideline-ALV-S2-2
Application Guidelines Guidelines-3
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co.,Ltd.
2. Capacitor Handling Techniques
2.1 Considerations Before Using
(1) Capacitors have a finite life. Do not reuse or recycle capacitors from used equipment.
(2) Transient recovery voltage may be generated in the capacitor due to dielectric absorption.
If required, this voltage can be discharged with a resistor with a value of about 1kΩ.
(3) Capacitors stored for a long period of time may exhibit an increase in leakage current.
This can be corrected by gradually applying rated voltage in series with a resistor of approximately 1kΩ.
(4) If capacitors are dropped, they can be damaged mechanically or electrically. Avoid using dropped capacitors.
(5) Dented or crushed capacitors should not be used. The seal integrity can be damaged and loss of electrolyte/shortened life can result.
2.2 Capacitor Insertion
(1) Verify the correct capacitance and rated voltage of the capacitor.
(2) Verify the correct polarity of the capacitor before insertion.
(3) Verify the correct hole spacing and land pattern size before insertion to avoid stress on the terminals.
(4) For chip type capacitors, excessive mounting pressure can cause high leakage current, short circuit, or disconnection.
2.3 Manual Soldering
(1) Observe temperature and time soldering specifications or do not exceed temperature of 350 for 3 seconds or less.
(2) If a soldered capacitor must be removed and reinserted, avoid excessive stress on the capacitor leads.
(3) Avoid physical contacts between the tip of the soldering iron and capacitors to prevent or capacitor failure.
2.4 Reflow Soldering
(1) For reflow, use a thermal conduction system such as infrared radiation (IR) or hot blast.
Vapor heat transfer systems (VPS) are not recommended.
(2) Observe proper soldering conditions (temperature, time, etc.). Do not exceed the specified limits.
The Temperature on Capacitor top shall be measured by using thermal couple that is fixed firmly by epoxy glue.
(3) Two times of reflow (The 2nd reflow must be done when the capacitor becomes normal condition regarding temperature.)
(4) In our recommended reflow condition , the case discoloration and the case swelling might be slightly generated.
But please acknowledge that these two phenomena do not influence the reliability of the product.
(5) The crack on top marking might be occurred by reflow heat stress.
But please acknowledge that it does not influence the reliability of the product.
2.5 Capacitor Handling after Soldering
(1) Avoid moving the capacitor after soldering to prevent excessive stress on the lead wires where they enter the seal.
(2) Do not use the capacitor as a handle when moving the circuit board assembly.
(3) Avoid striking the capacitor after assembly to prevent failure due to excessive shock.
2.6 Circuit Board Cleaning
(1) Circuit boards can be immersed or ultrasonically cleaned using suitable cleaning solvents for up to 5 minutes
and up to 60 maximum temperatures. The boards should be thoroughly rinsed and dried.
The use of ozone depleting cleaning agents is not recommended for the purpose of protecting our environment.
(2) Avoid using the following solvent groups unless specifically allowed in the specification ;
Halogenated cleaning solvents : except for solvent resistant capacitor types, halogenated solvents can permeate the seal and cause
internal capacitor corrosion and failure.
For solvent resistant capacitors, carefully follow the temperature and time requirements based on the
specification. 1-1-1 trichloroethane should never be used on any aluminum electrolytic capacitor.
Alkaline solvents : could react and dissolve the aluminum case.
Petroleum based solvents : deterioration of the rubber seal could result.
Xylene : deterioration of the rubber seal could result.
Acetone : removal of the ink markings on the vinyl sleeve could result.
(3) A thorough drying after cleaning is required to remove residual cleaning solvents that may be trapped between the capacitor and the circuit
board. Avoid drying temperatures, which exceed the Upper category temperature of the capacitor.
(4) Monitor the contamination levels of the cleaning solvents during use in terms of electrical conductivity, pH, specific gravity, or water content.
Chlorine levels can rise with contamination and adversely affect the performance of the capacitor.
(5) Depending on the cleaning method, the marking on a capacitor may be erased or blurred.
Please consult us if you are not certain about acceptable cleaning solvents or cleaning methods.
2.7 Mounting Adhesives and Coating Agents
When using mounting adhesives or coating agents to control humidity, avoid using materials containing halogenated solvents.
Also, avoid the use of chloroprene based polymers.
Harden on dry adhesive or coating agents well lest the solvent should be left.
After applying adhesives or coatings, dry thoroughly to prevent residual solvents from being trapped between the capacitor and the circuit
board.
2.8 Fumigation
In exporting electronic appliances with aluminum electrolytic capacitors, in some cases fumigation treatment using such halogen
compound as methyl bromide is conducted for wooden boxes.
If such boxes are not dried well, the halogen left in the box is dispersed while transported and enters in the capacitors inside.
This possibly causes electrical corrosion of the capacitors. Therefore, after performing fumigation and drying make sure that no
halogen is left.
Don’t perform fumigation treatment to the whole electronic appliances packed in a box.
Product Specification
Guideline-ALV-S2-2
Application Guidelines Guidelines-4
Panasonic Electronic Devices Co.,Ltd.
3. Precautions for using capacitors
3.1 Environmental Conditions
Capacitors should not be stored or used in the following environments.
(1) Exposure to temperatures above the upper category or below the lower category temperature of the capacitor.
(2) Direct contact with water, salt water, or oil.
(3) High humidity conditions where water could condense on the capacitor.
(4) Exposure to toxic gases such as hydrogen sulfide, sulfuric acid, nitric acid, chlorine, Chlorine compound, Bromine, Bromine compound or
ammonia.
(5) Exposure to ozone, radiation, or ultraviolet rays.
(6) Vibration and shock conditions exceeding specified requirements.
3.2 Electrical Precautions
(1) Avoid touching the terminals of a capacitor as a possible electric shock could result. The exposed aluminum case is not insulated and
could also cause electric shock if touched.
(2) Avoid short circuiting the area between the capacitor terminals with conductive materials including liquids such as acids or alkaline
solutions.
(3) A low-molecular-weight-shiroxane which is included in a silicon material shall causes abnormal electrical characteristics.
4. Emergency Procedures
(1) If the pressure relief of the capacitor operates, immediately turn off the equipment and disconnect from the power source.
This will minimize an additional damage caused by the vaporizing electrolyte.
(2) Avoid contact with the escaping electrolyte gas, which can exceed 100 temperatures.
If electrolyte or gas enters the eye, immediately flush the eye with large amounts of water.
If electrolyte or gas is ingested by mouth, gargle with water.
If electrolyte contacts the skin, wash with soap and water.
5. Long Term Storage
Leakage current of a capacitor increases with long storage times. The aluminum oxide film deteriorates as a function of temperature and time.
If used without reconditioning, an abnormally high current will be required to restore the oxide film.
This surge current could cause the circuit or the capacitor to fail.
Storage period is one year. When storage period is over 12 months, a capacitor should be reconditioned by applying the rated
voltage in series with a 1000 Ω current limiting resistor for a time period of 30 minutes.
For storage condition, keep room temperature (5℃~35) and humidity (45%85%) where direct sunshine doesn't reach.
5.1 Environmental Conditions
(1) Exposure to temperatures above the upper category or below the lower category temperature of the capacitor.
(2) Direct contact with water, salt water, or oil.
(3) High humidity conditions where water could condense on the capacitor.
(4) Exposure to toxic gases such as hydrogen sulfide, sulfuric acid, nitric acid, chlorine, Chlorine compound, Bromine, Bromine compound or
ammonia.
(5) Exposure to ozone, radiation, or ultraviolet rays.
(6) Vibration and shock conditions exceeding specified requirements.
6. Capacitor Disposal
When disposing capacitors, use one of the following methods.
(1) Incinerate after crushing the capacitor or puncturing the can wall (to prevent explosion due to internal pressure rise).
(2) Dispose as solid waste.
NOTE : Local laws may have specific disposal requirements which must be followed.

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