W2(F,H), W3F Series Datasheet by AVX Corporation

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W2F/W2H/W3F Series - 0805 & 1206 Feedthru Chips
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Feedthru 0805/1206 Capacitors
W2F/W3F Series, High Current W2H Series
Commercial, Automotive, High Current, RoHS & SnPb
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Available in both a standard 0805 and 1206 size, AVXs line
of feedthru capacitors are ideal choices for EMI suppres-
sion, broadband I/O filtering, or Vcc power line condition-
ing. The unique construction of a feedthru capacitor pro-
vides low parallel inductance and offers excellent decou-
pling capability for all high di/dt environments and provides
significant noise reduction in digital circuits to <5 GHz. A
large range of capacitor values are available in either NP0
or X7R ceramic dielectrics. AVX FeedThru filters are AEC
Q200 qualified. High reliability screening options, and
SnPb termination are available for spacecraft designs.
ELECTRICAL PARAMETERS
SIGNAL LINE - INPUT OUTPUT
GROUND
W2F/W2H
Series
0805
W3F Series
1206
HOW TO ORDER
W
Style
W = Plated Ni & Sn
L = Plated SnPb
3
Size
2 = 0805
3 = 1206
F
Feedthru
1
Number
of
Elements
5
Voltage
1 = 100V
5 = 50V
C
Dielectric
A = NP0
C = X7R
223
Capacitance
Code
8
Capacitance
Tolerance
8 = +50/-20%
A
Failure Rate
A = Not Applicable
4 = AUTOMOTIVE
T
Termination
T = Plated Ni & Sn
B* = Plated SnPb
3
Packaging Code
(Reel Size)
1 & 2 = 7" Reel
Embossed Tape
3 & 4 = 13" Reel
Embossed Tape
A
Quantity
Code
(Pcs./Reel)
F = 1,000
A = 2,000,
4,000 or
10,000
Standard SnPb Termination
Finish Automotive Automotive w/ SnPb
Termination Finish
0805 W2H11A2208ATxx L2H11A2208ABxx W2H11A22084Txx L2H11A22084Bxx 22 100V 0.5 NP0
0805 W2H11A4708ATxx L2H11A4708ABxx W2H11A47084Txx L2H11A47084Bxx 47 100V 0.5 NP0
0805 W2H11A1018ATxx L2H11A1018ABxx W2H11A10184Txx L2H11A10184Bxx 100 100V 0.5 NP0
0805 W2H11A2218ATxx L2H11A2218ABxx W2H11A22184Txx L2H11A22184Bxx 220 100V 0.5 NP0
0805 W2H11A4718ATxx L2H11A4718ABxx W2H11A47184Txx L2H11A47184Bxx 470
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20% 100V 0.5 NP0
0805 W2H15C1028ATxx L2H15C1028ABxx W2H15C10284Txx L2H15C10284Bxx 1000 50V 1.0 X7R
0805 W2H15C1038ATxx L2H15C1038ABxx W2H15C10384Txx L2H15C10384Bxx 10000 50V 1.0 X7R
0805 W2H15C2238ATxx L2H15C2238ABxx W2H15C22384Txx L2H15C22384Bxx 22000 50V 1.0 X7R
0805 W2H15C4738ATxx L2H15C4738ABxx W2H15C47384Txx L2H15C47384Bxx 47000 50V 2.0 X7R
0805 W2H13C1048ATxx L2H13C1048ABxx W2H13C10484Txx L2H13C10484Bxx 100000
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20% 25V 2.0 X7R
0805 W2F11A2208ATxx L2F11A2208ABxx W2F11A22084Txx L2F11A22084Bxx 22 100V 0.3 NP0
0805 W2F11A4708ATxx L2F11A4708ABxx W2F11A47084Txx L2F11A47084Bxx 47 100V 0.3 NP0
0805 W2F11A1018ATxx L2F11A1018ABxx W2F11A10184Txx L2F11A10184Bxx 100 100V 0.3 NP0
0805 W2F11A2218ATxx L2F11A2218ABxx W2F11A22184Txx L2F11A22184Bxx 220 100V 0.3 NP0
0805 W2F11A4718ATxx L2F11A4718ABxx W2F11A47184Txx L2F11A47184Bxx 470
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20% 100V 0.3 NP0
0805 W2F15C1028ATxx L2F15C1028ABxx W2F15C10284Txx L2F15C10284Bxx 1000 50V 0.3 X7R
0805 W2F15C2228ATxx L2F15C2228ABxx W2F15C22284Txx L2F15C22284Bxx 2200 50V 0.3 X7R
0805 W2F15C4728ATxx L2F15C4728ABxx W2F15C47284Txx L2F15C47284Bxx 4700 50V 0.3 X7R
0805 W2F15C1038ATxx L2F15C1038ABxx W2F15C10384Txx L2F15C10384Bxx 10000 50V 0.3 X7R
0805 W2F15C2238ATxx L2F15C2238ABxx W2F15C22384Txx L2F15C22384Bxx 22000 50V 0.3 X7R
0805 W2F15C4738ATxx L2F15C4738ABxx W2F15C47384Txx L2F15C47384Bxx 47000
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20% 50V 0.3 X7R
1206 W3F11A2208ATxx L3F11A2208ABxx W3F11A22084Txx L3F11A22084Bxx 22 100V 0.3 NP0
1206 W3F11A4708ATxx L3F11A4708ABxx W3F11A47084Txx L3F11A47084Bxx 47 100V 0.3 NP0
1206 W3F11A1018ATxx L3F11A1018ABxx W3F11A10184Txx L3F11A10184Bxx 100 100V 0.3 NP0
1206 W3F11A2218ATxx L3F11A2218ABxx W3F11A22184Txx L3F11A22184Bxx 220 100V 0.3 NP0
1206 W3F11A4718ATxx L3F11A4718ABxx W3F11A47184Txx L3F11A47184Bxx 470
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20% 100V 0.3 NP0
1206 W3F15C1028ATxx L3F15C1028ABxx W3F15C10284TxxL3F15C10284Bxx 1000 50V 0.3 X7R
1206 W3F15C2228ATxx L3F15C2228ABxx W3F15C22284Txx L3F15C22284Bxx 2200 50V 0.3 X7R
1206 W3F15C4728ATxx L3F15C4728ABxx W3F15C47284Txx L3F15C47284Bxx 4700 50V 0.3 X7R
1206 W3F15C1038ATxx L3F15C1038ABxx W3F15C10384Txx L3F15C10384Bxx 10000 50V 0.3 X7R
1206 W3F15C2238ATxx L3F15C2238ABxx W3F15C22384Txx L3F15C22384Bxx 22000 50V 0.3 X7R
1206 W3F15C4738ATxx L3F15C4738ABxx W3F15C47384Txx L3F15C47384Bxx 47000
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20%
+50%, -20% 50V 0.3 X7R
Rated
Current
(Amps)
Dielectric
High CurrentStandard
Type Case Size
(EIA)
AVX Part Number Capacitance
(pF)
Capacitance
Tolerance
Rated
DC Voltage
Parameter High Current Standard
Insulation Resistance
(Minimum) 1000 1000 MΩ
DC Resistance <0.15 Ω <0.60 Ω
Operating Temperature -55C to +125C
xx = Packaging and quantity code - see "How To Order" section.
*Not RoHS Compliant
SIGNAL LINE - INPUT OUTPUT
GROUND
F = Feedhtru
H= High Current
Feedthru
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T
P
LC
P
SW
BW
T
SX
L
C
L
EW
W
BL
Feedthru Pad Feedthru Pad
Common Ground
Common Ground
DIMENSIONS
RECOMMENDED SOLDER PAD LAYOUT (TYPICAL DIMENSIONS)
LWTBWBL EWXS
0805 MM 2.01 ± 0.20 1.25 ± 0.20 1.14 Max. 0.46 ± 0.10 0.18 + 0.25 -0.08 0.25 ± 0.13 1.02 ± 0.10 0.23 ± 0.15
(in.) (0.079 ± 0.008) (0.049 ± 0.008) (0.045 Max.) (0.018 ±0.004) (0.007 + 0.010 -0.003) (0.010 ± 0.005) (0.040 ± 0.004) (0.009 ± 0.006)
1206 MM 3.20 ± 0.20 1.60 ± 0.20 1.27 Max. 0.89 ± 0.10 0.18 + 0.25 -0.08 0.38 ± 0.18 1.60 ± 0.10 0.46 ± 0.15
(in.) (0.126 ± 0.008) (0.063 ± 0.008) (0.050 Max.) (0.035 ± 0.004) (0.007 + 0.010 -0.003) (0.015 ± 0.007) (0.063 ± 0.004) (0.018 ± 0.006)
TPSWLC
0805 MM 3.45 0.51 0.76 1.27 1.02 0.46
(in.) (0.136) (0.020) (0.030) (0.050) (0.040) (0.018)
1206 MM 4.54 0.94 1.02 1.65 1.09 0.71
(in.) (0.179) (0.037) (0.040) (0.065) (0.043) (0.028)
TYPICAL FEEDTHRU CHIP CAP CONNECTION
Feedthru Chip Component Model Physical Layout - A
Physical Layout - B
Vcc or
Signal In
Signal In
The terminals are connected internally side to side.
Left side and right side are connected and front and
back are connected internally.
For Decoupling, the chip is usually surrounded by
four vias, two for Vcc and two for GND.
For Signal Filtering, the in and out lines need to be
separated on the circuit board.
Vcc or
Signal Out
Signal Out
Ground
Ground
Ground
Vcc Vcc
Ground
Ground
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PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
S21 0805 – 100V IMPEDANCE 0805 – 100V
S21 1206 – 100V IMPEDANCE 1206 – 100V
S21 1206 – 50V IMPEDANCE 1206 – 50V
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
1.E+05 1.E+06 1.E+07 1.E+08 1.E+09 1.E+10
Freq (0.3 MHz – 9 GHz)
S21 (dB)
10000
1000
100
10
1
0.1
0.01
1.E+05 1.E+06 1.E+07 1.E+08 1.E+09 1.E+10
Freq (0.3 MHz – 9 GHz)
|Z| (Ohms)
W2F11A2208AT
W2F11A4708AT
W2F11A1018AT
W2F11A2218AT
W2F11A4718AT
W2F11A2208
W2F11A4708
W2F11A1018
W2F11A2218
W2F11A4718
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
1.E+05 1.E+06 1.E+07 1.E+08 1.E+09 1.E+10
Freq (0.3 MHz – 9 GHz)
S21 (dB)
10000
1000
100
10
1
0.1
0.01
1.E+05 1.E+06 1.E+07 1.E+08 1.E+09 1.E+10
Freq (0.3 MHz – 9 GHz)
|Z| (Ohms)
W3F11A2208
W3F11A4708
W3F11A1018
W3F11A2218
W3F11A2208
W3F11A4708
W3F11A1018
W3F11A2218
Feedthru 0805/1206 Capacitors
W2F/W3F Series, High Current W2H Series
Commercial, Automotive, High Current, RoHS & SnPb
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PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
30.00
35.00
40.00
25.00
20.00
0.3 0.5 0.7
Current (A)
Component Temperature (°C)
0.8 1.00 1.20
100pf 220pf
47pf
470pf
30.00
35.00
40.00
25.00
20.00
0.3 0.5 0.7
Current (A)
Component Temperature (°C)
0.8 1.00 1.20
1000pf 2200pf 4700pf
10nf
47nf
22nf
100pf 22pf 47pf 470pf 220pf
40.00
20.00
0.00
0.3 0.5 0.75
Current (A)
0.87 1.00 1.20
Component Temperature (°C)
2200pf
40.00
20.00
0.00
0.3 0.5 0.75
Current (A)
Component Temperature (°C)
0.87 1.00 1.20
22,000pf 1000pf
0805 NP0
Current vs. Temperature
0805 X7R
Current vs. Temperature
1206 NP0
Current vs. Temperature
1206 X7R
Current vs. Temperature
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W2F/W3F Series
APPLICATIONS
EMI Suppression
Broadband I/O Filtering
Vcc Line Conditioning
FEATURES
Standard EIA Sizes
Broad Frequency Response
Low ESR
8 mm Tape and Reel
MARKET SEGMENTS
Computers
Automotive
Power Supplies
Multimedia Add-On Cards
Bar Code Scanners and Remote Terminals
PCMCIA Cards
Medical Instrumentation
Test Equipment
Transceivers/Cell Phones
Applications
Typical Circuits Requiring
EMI Filtering
THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS SHOW WHERE
FEEDTHRU CAPACITORS MIGHT BE USED FOR EMI SUPPRESSION
• Digital to RF Interface Filtering
• Voltage Conditioning in RF Amplifiers
• Power Decoupling GaAs FET Transistor Preamplifier
• Vcc Line Filtering on Frequency Control Circuit
• Clock, Data, Control Line High Frequency Decoupling (Frequency Synthesizer)
(SEE APPLICATION NOTES)
Audio
Digital
Block
RF
Block
= Feedthru
DIGITAL TO RF INTERFACE FILTERING
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S.M. = SILVER MICA
RFC1
FB
L3
Q1
GD
S
L4
L5
R2
R1
R3
L6
1N914
D1
D2
L1 L2
J2
OUTPUT
J1
INPUT
C2
C3
C5
OUT IN
GND
U1
78L05
C4
C1 C8
C6
0.1 C7
0.1
1.5pF
TYPICAL
5.6
S.M.
62
1/4W
51
1/8W
16V
0.4W
1000
F. T.
15
S.M.
200
CHIP
500
POT
200
CHIP
200
CHIP
+12/14V
14mA
= Feedthru
OUT
C85
C87
2
0.022
C82
82 D25
1N914
2N5486
Q25
R136
1M
R141
100
R140
100
R139
100k
R138
100k
R137
47k
C84
50
C91
0.022
C89
0.022
C86
10
C88
0.022
C90
T14
C81
24pF
C80
82
L3
C83
24
VCC
IN
GND
To Bilateral
Mixer
U10
Reg
78L05
6-6.35 MHz VFO
FB1
Q26 40673
+
2.2μF
16V
= Feedthru
Feedthru 0805/1206 Capacitors
W2F/W3F Series
= Feedthru
Q1
Z1
Z3
Z2
Z4
Z5
+28V
+28V
RFC7
RFC8
RFC1
RFC5
RFC6
R6
D1
C9
C1
C5
C2 C3
C7 C8 C15
C26 C20
C14
C21
C22
C23
C24
C16C6
C4 C11 C12
C25 C18
C13
C10
R1
T1
RF in
RF Out
T2
R4
R2
R3
R5
L1
Filter
L2
L3
RFC2
RFC4
RFC3
+28V
Z7
Z6
Z8
Q2
Q4
Q3
VOLTAGE CONDITIONING IN RF AMPLIFIERS
POWER DECOUPLING GaAs FET TRANSISTOR PREAMPLIFIER
Vcc LINE FILTERING ON FREQUENCY CONTROL CIRCUIT
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W2H Series
APPLICATIONS
Dual Power Switch Filtering
PCMCI
A
Card
I/O Bus
Controller
3.3V 3VIN
5VIN
5V
W2H15C1048AT1A W2H15C1038AT1A
VC120630D650
RF OUT
TransGuard
PA Filtering
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EMI REDUCTION THROUGH THE USE OF SMT FEEDTHRU CAPACITORS
ABSTRACT
Today’s high speed, miniaturized semiconductors have
made EMI issues a key design consideration. This paper
briefly defines EMI and illustrates the capability of SMT
feedthru capacitors.
WHAT IS EMI?
The term EMI stands for Electromagnetic Interference and
refers to signals/energy interfering with a circuit or systems
functions.
In an electronic system, two classes of energy are generated
- wanted and unwanted. Both are potential sources of EMI(1).
Wanted signals such as clocks and bus lines could cause
EMI if they were not decoupled, terminated or filtered prop-
erly. Unwanted signals (cell phones, police radios, power
supply noise, etc.) could be conducted or radiated into the
circuit due to poor circuit layout, improper decoupling or a
lack of high frequency filtering.
In either type of EMI signal interference, the system could be
rendered useless or put into a state which would cause early
failure of its semiconductors. Even worse, the unwanted
energy could cause an incorrect answer to be generated
from a computer by randomly powering a gate up or down.
From all of this we can gather that EMI is a complex prob-
lem, usually with no one solution. EMI interference can be a
random single shot noise (like a SCR firing) or repetitive in
nature (stepper motor or relay noise). The interference can
enter into our designs either by being induced by E/B fields,
or it can be conducted through control lines or a communi-
cation bus. EMI can even be self generated by internal com-
ponents that generate steep risetime waveforms of voltage
or current.
HOW CAN EMI BE CONTROLLED?
EMI is most efficiently controlled by realizing it to be a design
parameter in the earliest stages of the design. This way, the
board layout can be optimized with large power and ground
planes which will be low impedance in nature. The use of
SMT feedthru filters will yield optimal results.
SMT FEEDTHRU CAPACITORS
AVX introduced feedthru capacitors to supply a broadband
EMI filter capacitor for source suppression and receiver noise
reduction.
SMT feedthru capacitors use the same material systems as
standard ceramic capacitors. They exhibit the same reliabili-
ty and can be processed in the same end user production
methods as standard capacitors. What feedthru capacitors
offer is an optimized frequency response across a wide RF
spectrum due to a modified internal electrode design.
An application comparison between an SMT feedthru and a
discrete capacitor is shown in Figure 1.
The key difference between the two filtering methods is that
the feedthru has a much lower inductance between the sig-
nal line and ground than the capacitor. The difference in
inductances can be in the range of roughly one order mag-
nitude with a feedthru capacitor. This inductance can be
shown in an electrical sense through the model for a feedthru
and a capacitor (Figure 2).
The feedthru capacitor has a minimized parallel inductance
and an optimal series inductance (which broadens the
frequency response curve). Typical attenuation graphs are
shown in Figure 3A.
These curves demonstrate feedthru capacitors advantage of
a broad frequency response with high attenuation. They also
serve as a comparison to the inductance of even lower
inductance devices (primarily used in extreme decoupling
cases and switch mode power supplies) - see Figure 3B.
(1)Practical Design for Electromagnetic Compatibility edited by Rocco F. Ficchi
Hayden Book Company 1978
INPUT
FEEDTHRU FILTER
OUTPUT
Signal Trace Signal Trace
INPUT
SMT CAPACITOR
OUTPUT
Signal Trace Signal Trace
Figure 1. Comparison of Feedthru Capacitors
to Discrete Capacitors
Figure 2. Comparison of Feedthru Capacitors
to Discrete Capacitors
FEEDTHRU FILTER
OUTPUT
INPUT OUTPUT
INPUT
SMT CAPACITOR
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SMT FEEDTHRU CAPACITOR
TERMINOLOGY
AVX’s feedthru capacitors have additional technical termi-
nologies relative to standard ceramic capacitors. The reason
for this is due to the series manner in which the feedthru
element is connected to the circuit.
The most important term is DC Resistance. The DC resis-
tance of the feedthru is specified since it causes a minor sig-
nal attenuation which designers can calculate by knowing
the maximum resistance of the part.
The maximum current capability of the part is also of interest
to designers since the feedthru may be placed in series with
the voltage line.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION OF
SMT FEEDTHRU CAPACITOR FILTERS
EMI suppression and receiver noise reduction can be
achieved most effectively with efficient filtering methods.
Attenuations of over 100 dB are achievable depending on
the complexity and size of the filters involved.
However, before filtering is discussed, another EMI reduction
method is noise limiting, using a series element (inductors or
resistors). This method is easy to implement and inexpen-
sive. The problem it poses is that it can only reduce noise by
-3 to -10 dB. Because of that, series element EMI reduction
is primarily used where there is a poor ground.
SMT feedthru filter capacitors can actually replace discrete
L/C filter networks (depending on the frequency response
needed). The SMT filter capacitors should first be chosen for
its specific frequency response. Then the voltage rating,
DCR, and current capability must be evaluated for circuit
suitability. If there is not a match on voltage, current and DC
resistance ratings, the designer must select the closest avail-
able frequency response available on parts that will meet the
design’s power spec.
The top 5 applications for SMT feedthru filter capacitors are:
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
1.E+05 1.E+06 1.E+07 1.E+08 1.E+09
Frequency (Hz)
S21 (dB)
-3dB ~ 2.30 MHz
1206
0612
Feedthru
IDC
0.03
0.1
0.3
1
3
10
30
Impedance
Frequency, MHz
10001001010.10.01
Figure 3B. Comparison of SMT Capacitor
Frequency Response to Feedthru Filters
Figure 3A. Typical Attenuation Graph
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1. Digital to RF interface filtering.
2. Control line high frequency decoupling.
3. Data and clock high frequency decoupling.
4. Power line high frequency decoupling.
5. High gain and RF amplifier filtering.
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Malaysia
Tel: +60-4228-1190
AVX/Kyocera International
Trading Co. Ltd.,
Shanghai
Tel: +86-21-3255 1933
AVX/Kyocera Asia Ltd.,
Shenzen
Tel: +86-755-3336-0615
AVX/Kyocera International
Trading Co. Ltd.,
Beijing
Tel: +86-10-6588-3528
AVX/Kyocera India
Liaison Office
Tel: +91-80-6450-0715
AMERICAS EUROPE ASIA-PACIFIC
KED Hong Kong Ltd.
Tel: +852-2305-1080/1223
KED Hong Kong Ltd.
Shenzen
Tel: +86-755-3398-9600
KED Company Ltd.
Shanghai
Tel: +86-21-3255-1833
KED Hong Kong Ltd.
Beijing
Tel: +86-10-5869-4655
KED Taiwan Ltd.
Tel: +886-2-2950-0268
KED Korea Yuhan Hoesa,
South Korea
Tel: +82-2-783-3604/6126
KED (S) Pte Ltd.
Singapore
Tel: +65-6509-0328
Kyocera Corporation
Japan
Tel: +81-75-604-3449
ASIA-KED
(KYOCERA Electronic Devices)

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