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Continued on the following page.
Using calipers and micrometers9
Physical Dimension
Within the specified dimensions
Visual inspection8 External Visual No defects or abnormalities
Apply voltage as in the Table for 1000±12 hours at 125±3°C.
Let sit for 24±2 hours at room temperature, then measure.
The charge/discharge current is less than 50mA.
•Pretreatment
Apply test voltage for 60±5 minutes at test temperature.
Remove and let sit for 24±2 hours at room temperature.
7
Operational Life The measured and observed characteristics should satisfy the
specifications in the following table.
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within ±12.5%
D.F. 0.05 max.
I.R. More than 1,000M or 10M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
Apply the rated voltage and DC1.3+0.2/-0V (add 6.8k
resistor) at 85±3°C and 80 to 85% humidity for 1000±12 hours.
Remove and let sit for 24±2 hours at room temperature, then
measure.
The charge/discharge current is less than 50mA.
•Pretreatment
Perform the heat treatment at 150+0/-10°C for 60±5 minutes
and then let sit for 24±2 hours at room temperature.
6
Biased Humidity The measured and observed characteristics should satisfy the
specifications in the following table.
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within ±12.5%
D.F. 0.05 max.
I.R. More than 1,000M or 10M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
Apply the 24-hour heat (25 to 65°C) and humidity (80 to 98%)
treatment shown below, 10 consecutive times.
Let sit for 24±2 hours at room temperature, then measure.
5
Moisture
Resistance The measured and observed characteristics should satisfy the
specifications in the following table.
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within ±12.5%
D.F. 0.05 max.
I.R. More than 10,000M or 100M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
Per EIA-4694Destructive
Physical Analysis No defects or abnormalities
Fix the capacitor to the supporting jig in the same manner and
under the same conditions as (19). Perform the 1000 cycles
according to the 4 heat treatments listed in the following table.
Let sit for 24±2 hours at room temperature, then measure.
•Pretreatment
Perform the heat treatment at 150+0/-10°C for 60±5 minutes
and then let sit for 24±2 hours at room temperature.
3
Temperature
Cycle The measured and observed characteristics should satisfy the
specifications in the following table.
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within ±10%
D.F. 0.025 max.
I.R. More than 10,000M or 100M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
Set the capacitor for 1000±12 hours at 150±3°C. Let sit for
24±2 hours at room temperature, then measure.
2
High Temperature
Exposure (Storage) The measured and observed characteristics should satisfy the
specifications in the following table.
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within ±10%
D.F. 0.05 max.
I.R. More than 10,000M or 100M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
1
Pre- and Post-Stress
Electrical Test
No. AEC-Q200 Test MethodSpecifications
AEC-Q200
Test Item
°C
70
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
-5
-10
Humidity
90-98% Humidity
80-98% Humidity
90-98% Humidity
80-98% Humidity
90-98%
+10
-2°C
Initial measurement
Temperature
One cycle = 24 hours
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10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Hours
Step 1
-55+0/-3
15±3
2
Room Temp.
1
3
125+3/-0
15±3
4
Room Temp.
1
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
Rated Voltage Applied Voltage
150% of the rated voltage
120% of the rated voltage
DC250V
DC630V
Medium Voltage for Automotive Soft Termination Type GCJ Series Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.
Continued on the following page.
(a) Preheat at 155°C for 4 hours. After preheating, immerse the
capacitor in a solution of ethanol (JIS-K-8101) and rosin (JIS-
K-5902) (25% rosin in weight proportion). Immerse in eutectic
solder solution for 5+0/-0.5 seconds at 235±5°C.
(b) Should be placed into steam aging for 8 hours±15 minutes.
After preheating, immerse the capacitor in a solution of
ethanol (JIS-K-8101) and rosin (JIS-K-5902) (25% rosin in
weight proportion). Immerse in eutectic solder solution for
5+0/-0.5 seconds at 235±5°C.
(c) Should be placed into steam aging for 8 hours±15 minutes.
After preheating, immerse the capacitor in a solution of
ethanol (JIS-K-8101) and rosin (JIS-K-5902) (25% rosin in
weight proportion). Immerse in eutectic solder solution for 120
±5 seconds at 260±5°C.
16 Solderability 95% of the terminations are to be soldered evenly and
continuously.
Per AEC-Q200-00215 ESD
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within the specified tolerance
D.F. 0.025 max.
I.R. More than 10,000M or 100M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
Fix the capacitor to the supporting jig in the same manner and
under the same conditions as (19). Perform the 300 cycles
according to the two heat treatments listed in the following table
(maximum transfer time is 20 seconds). Let sit for 24±2 hours at
room temperature, then measure.
•Pretreatment
Perform the heat treatment at 150+0/-10°C for 60±5 minutes
and then let sit for 24±2 hours at room temperature.
14
Thermal Shock The measured and observed characteristics should satisfy the
specifications in the following table.
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within ±10%
D.F. 0.025 max.
I.R. More than 10,000M or 100M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
Immerse the capacitor in a eutectic solder solution at 260±5°C for
10±1 seconds. Let sit at room temperature for 24±2 hours, then
measure.
•Pretreatment
Perform the heat treatment at 150+0/-10°C for 60±5 minutes
and then let sit for 24±2 hours at room temperature.
13
Resistance to
Soldering Heat The measured and observed characteristics should satisfy the
specifications in the following table.
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within ±10%
D.F. 0.025 max.
I.R. More than 10,000M or 100M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
Solder the capacitor to the test jig (glass epoxy board) in the
same manner and under the same conditions as (19). The
capacitor should be subjected to a simple harmonic motion
having a total amplitude of 1.5mm, the frequency being varied
uniformly between the approximate limits of 10 and 2000Hz. The
frequency range, from 10 to 2000Hz and return to 10Hz, should
be traversed in approximately 20 minutes. This motion should be
applied for 12 items in each 3 mutually perpendicular directions
(total of 36 times).
12
Vibration
Appearance
No defects or abnormalities
Capacitance
Change
Within the specified tolerance
D.F. 0.025 max.
Three shocks in each direction should be applied along 3
mutually perpendicular axes of the test specimen (18 shocks).
The specified test pulse should be Half-sine and should have a
duration: 0.5ms, peak value: 1500g and velocity change: 4.7m/s.
11
Mechanical
Shock
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within the specified tolerance
D.F. 0.025 max.
Per MIL-STD-202 Method 215
Solvent 1: 1 part (by volume) of isopropyl alcohol
3 parts (by volume) of mineral spirits
Solvent 2: Terpene defluxer
Solvent 3: 42 parts (by volume) of water
1 part (by volume) of propylene glycol
monomethyl ether
1 part (by volume) of monoethanolamine
10
Resistance
to Solvents
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within the specified tolerance
D.F. 0.025 max.
I.R. More than 10,000M or 100M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
No. AEC-Q200 Test MethodSpecifications
AEC-Q200
Test Item
Step 1
-55+0/-3
15±3
2
125+3/-0
15±3
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
Medium Voltage for Automotive Soft Termination Type GCJ Series Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.
Continued on the following page.
Solder the capacitor to the test jig (glass epoxy board) as
shown in Fig. 3 using a eutectic solder. Then apply 18N force in
parallel with the test jig for 60 seconds.
The soldering should be done by the reflow method and should
be conducted with care so that the soldering is uniform and free
of defects such as heat shock.
(in mm)
Fig. 3
19
Terminal
Strength
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within the specified tolerance
D.F. 0.025 max.
I.R. More than 10,000M or 100M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
Solder the capacitor on the test jig (glass epoxy board) as
shown in Fig. 1 using a eutectic solder. Then apply a force in the
direction shown in Fig. 2 for 5±1 seconds. The soldering should
be done by the reflow method and should be conducted with
care so that the soldering is uniform and free of defects such as
heat shock.
(in mm)
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
18 Board
Flex
Appearance
No marking defects
Capacitance
Change
Within ±12.5%
Visual inspection.
17
Electrical
Characteri-
zation
Appearance
No defects or abnormalities
Capacitance
Change
Within the specified tolerance The capacitance/Q should be measured at 25°C at the frequency
and voltage shown in the table.
D.F. 0.025 max.
I.R.
25°C
More than 10,000M or 100M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
Max. Operating Temperature···125°C
More than 1,000M or 10M · µF
(Whichever is smaller)
The insulation resistance should be measured with DC500±50V
(DC250±25V in case of rated voltage: DC250V) at 25°C and
125°C and within 2 minutes of charging.
Dielectric
Strength
No failure
No failure should be observed when voltage as in the Table is
applied between the terminations for 1 to 5 seconds, provided
the charge/discharge current is less than 50mA.
No. AEC-Q200 Test MethodSpecifications
AEC-Q200
Test Item
Capacitance Frequency
1±0.2MHz
1±0.2kHz
Voltage
AC0.5 to 5V(r.m.s.)
AC1±0.2V(r.m.s.)
CF1000pF
CU1000pF
Rated Voltage Test Voltage
200% of the rated voltage
150% of the rated voltage
DC250V
DC630V
Type a
0.8
2.0
2.0
3.0
4.2
b
3.0
4.4
4.4
6.0
7.2
c
1.3
1.7
2.6
3.3
5.1
GCJ21
GCJ31
GCJ32
GCJ43
GCJ55
Type a
1.2
2.2
2.2
3.5
4.5
b
4.0
5.0
5.0
7.0
8.0
c
1.65
2.0
2.9
3.7
5.6
GCJ21
GCJ31
GCJ32
GCJ43
GCJ55
40
b
C
100
a
t: 1.6mm
45 45
R4
20 50 Pressurizing
speed: 1.0mm/s
Pressurize
Capacitance meter Flexure: V3 (V2: GCJ21)
c
Baked electrode or
copper foil
Solder resist
t: 1.6mm
a
b
Medium Voltage for Automotive Soft Termination Type GCJ Series Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.
The capacitance change should be measured after 5 minutes
at each specified temperature stage.
The ranges of capacitance change compared with the above
25°C value over the temperature ranges shown in the table
should be within the specified ranges.
•Pretreatment
Perform the heat treatment at 150+0/-10°C for 60±5 minutes
and then let sit for 24±2 hours at room temperature.
Perform the initial measurement.
21
Capacitance
Temperature
Character-
istics
Capacitance
Change
Within ±15%
Place the capacitor in the beam load fixture as in Fig. 4.
Apply force.
Fig. 4
Speed at which to supply the Stress Load: 2.5mm / s
20 Beam Load Test The chip should endure the following force.
Chip thickness F 1.25mm rank: 15N
Chip thickness U 1.25mm rank: 54.5N
No. AEC-Q200 Test MethodSpecifications
AEC-Q200
Test Item
0.6 L
L
Step Temperature (°C)
25±2
-55±3
25±2
125±3
25±2
1
2
3
4
5
Medium Voltage for Automotive Soft Termination Type GCJ Series Specifications and Test Methods

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