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Film Capacitor Series

Type of Film Capacitor:

A. Polyester film capacitor
-> Polyester film capacitor - inductive, radial dipped
-> Polyester film capacitor - non-inductive construction, radial, miniature size
-> Polyester film capacitor - radial, non-inductive construction
B. Metallized polyester film capacitor
-> Metallized polyester film capacitor - radial dipped
-> Metallized polyester film capacitor miniature size
-> Minibox metallized polyester film capacitor - stacked construction
-> Minibox metallized polyester film capacitor - encapsulation winding construction
-> Metallized polyester film capacitor - encapsulated
-> Metallized polyester film capacitor - axial lead
C. Polypropylene film capacitor
-> Polypropylene film capacitor - inductive-radial dipped
-> Polypropylene film capacitor - radial dipped
-> Polypropylene film capacitor - axial tubular
D. Metallized polypropylene film capacitor
-> Metallized polypropylene film capacitor - radial dipped
-> Metallized polypropylene film capacitor - encapsulated
-> Metallized polypropylene film capacitor - axial lead
-> Metallized polypropylene film capacitor D.C. and pulse applications - radial dipped
-> Metallized polypropylene film capacitor D.C. and pulse applications - encapsulated
E. Metallized polyphenylene sulphide (PPS)
-> Metallized polyphenylene sulphine (PPS) capacitor - axial lead
-> Metallized polyphenylene sulphine (PPS) capacitor - encapsulated
F. Hi-voltage metallized polypropylene film capacitor
-> Hi-voltage metallized polypropylene film capacitor - radial dipped
-> Metallized polypropylene film capacitor A.C. application - radial dipped
-> Metallized polypropylene film capacitor A.C. application - encapsulated
-> Double sided metallized polypropylene film capacitor A.C. application - radial dipped
-> Double sided metallized polypropylene film capacitor A.C. application - encapsulated
G. Interference suppression capacitor and R.C. unit
-> Metallized polypropylene film capacitor - interference suppression class-X2
-> Metallized polypropylene film capacitor - interference suppression class-X1
-> Metallized polyester & polypropylene film capacitor - interference suppression class-Y2
-> Spark quenchers capacitor
H. Precision capacitors
-> Polystrene film capacitor - inductive
-> Metal foil, polystyrene film capacitor - box type
-> Metal foil, polystyrene film capacitor - axial type
I. Motor start & running capacitors
-> Motor start CPA type
-> Motor start CPR type
-> Motor start CPT type

 

General Information

1. Climatic category

The climatic category which the capacitor belongs to is expressed in three numbers separated by slashes, (IEC 60068-1: EXAMPLE 55/100/56).

2. Upper category temperature

The highest environmental temperature determined by capacitor’s design and in which capacitor may continuously
work.

3. Lower category temperature

The lowest environmental temperature determined by capacitor’s design and in which capacitor may continuously work.

4. Rate voltage(UR)

The maximum D.C. voltage or peak value of pulse voltage that can be temperature between lower category temperature and rated temperature.

5. Dissipation factor (tgδ)

The dissipation factor is ratio between reactive power of the impedance of the capacitor and effective power when
capacitor is submitted to a sinusoidal voltage of specified frequency.

6. Self-healing (Only to metallized film capacitor)

The metal coatings of the metallized film , which are vacuum-deposited directly onto the plastic film, have a thickness of only several tens nanometer. At weak points or impurities in the dielectric, a dielectric breakdown would occur. The energy released by the arc discharge in the breakdown channel is sufficient to totally evaporate the thin metal coating in the vicinity of the channel. The insulated region thus resulting around the former faulty area will cause the capacitor to regain its full operation ability.

7. Temperature coefficient of capacitance (a)

The change rate of capacitance with temperature measured over a specified range of temperature. It is normally
expressed in parts per million per Celsius degree (10-6/°C) and referred to 20°C.

ai= (Ci-Co)/{Co(Ti-To)}
Ci: Capacitance at temperature Ti
Co: Capacitance at temperature To(20±2)°C

8. Insulation resistance (I.R)/Time Constant (t)

The insulation resistance is the ratio between an applied D.C. voltage and the resulting leakage current after a minute of charge. It is expressed in MΩ. In general, insulation resistance is used for describing smaller capacitance capacitors’ insulation character, Time constant for describing larger ones’ , for example: CR>0.33μF

The time constant is expressed in seconds with the following formula:
t[s]=I.R.[MΩ]xC[μF]

 

Caution Items In Using Plastic Film Capacitors

1. Operating voltage

The plastic film capacitor varies in the maximum applicable voltage depending on the applied voltage waveform, current waveform, frequency, ambient temperature (capacitor surface temperature), capacitance value, etc.. Be sure to use capacitors within the specified values by checking the voltage waveform, current waveform, and frequency applied to them (In the application of high frequency, the permissible voltage varies with the type of the capacitor. For detail, see the specification)

2. Operating current

The pulse (or AC) current flowing through the capacitor is expressed as : I=Cxdv/dt.

Due to the fact that dissipation factor of the capacitor will generate the internal heat under the application of high
frequency or high pulse current, temperature rise in it will occur and may cause deterioration of withstanding voltage, even lead to breakdown (smoking of firing). Therefore, the safety use of capacitor must be within the rated voltage (or category voltage) and the permissible current. The rated current must be considered by dividing into pulse current (peak current ) and continuous current (rms current) depending on the breakdown mode, and when using, make sure the both currents are within the permissible values.

3. Flame retardation

Although flame retardation epoxy resin and plastic case (UL94/V-0) is used in the coating or encapsulating of plastic film capacitor, continuous outran high temperature of flame will break the coating layer or plastic case of the capacitor, and may lead to melting or firing or the capacitor element.

4. Capacitor for electromagnetic interference suppression of AC power supply

When using a capacitor across-the-line as means for prevention of noise, not only the supply voltage is always applied, but also abnormal surge such as lighting is applied, which may lead to smoking of firing. Therefore, the across-the-line capacitor is strictly regulated in safety standard in each country.

5. Charging and discharging

Because the charging and discharging current of capacitor is obtained by the product of voltage rise rate (dv/dt) and capacitance, low voltage charging or discharging may also cause deterioration of capacitor such as shorting and open due to sudden charging and discharging current. When charging or discharging, pass though a resistance of 20 to 1000Ω/V or more to limit current.

When connecting multiple film capacitors in parallel in withstand voltage test or life test, connect a resistance of 20 to 100Ω/V or more in series to each capacitor. (For detail, see the specification).

6. When placing an order or inquiring sample please specify the following, as much as you can:

  • Rated voltage: DC, AC.
  • Capacitance value and capacitance tolerance: F, G, J, K, M.
  • Finished product: color TV, monitor, switching power, lighting etc.
  • Application or circuit diagram: DC circuit, AC pulse circuit(S-shaping correction, horizontal resonance circuit, peak absorption circuit), interference suppression circuit, high stability circuit etc.
  • Condition of operation: pulse peak, frequency, waveform, current etc.
  • Operating temperature.
  • Dimensions: body, lead space, etc.
  • Shape: enclosure (dip, box, etc), lead wire(straight, kinked, tapping etc)
  • Safety: Influence to the other component when the capacitor gets short-circuited or open. Influence to the capacitor when the other component or the circuit works irregularly.

 

Typical Graphs

Capacitance change vs. temperature at 1KHz

Dissipation factor vs. temperature at 1KHz

   
Time constant vs. temperature
Capacitance change vs. relative humidity (RH)
   
Capacitance change vs. frequency (RT)
Dissipation change vs. frequency (RT)

 

Lead Taping And Packaging Of Radial Ccomponents For Robot Insertion

 

Description
Letter
Dimension (mm)
Fig.1
Fig.1/Fig.2
Fig.3
Fig.3
Fig.4
Fig.4
Tol.
P=5mm
P=7.5mm
P=10mm
P=15mm
P=22.5mm
P=27.5mm
Lead wire diameter
d
0.5/0.6
0.5/0.6
0.6
0.6/0.8
0.8
0.8
±0.05
Tapping pitch
P
12.7
12.7
25.4
25.4
38.1
38.1
±1
Feed hole pitch
PO
12.7
12.7
12.7
12.7
12.7
12.7
±0.2
Centering of the lead wire
P1
3.85
2.6/3.75
7.7
5.2
7.8
5.3
±0.7
Centering of the body
P2
6.35
6.35
12.7
12.7
19.05
19.05
±1.3
Lead spacing (pitch)
F
5
7.5
10
15
22.5
27.5
+0.6;-0.1
Component alignment
D h
0
0
0
0
0
0
±2
Height of component from tape center
H
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
±0.5
Carrier tape width
W
18
18
18
18
18
18
+1;-0.5
Hold down tape width
WO
6
6
9
10
10
10
min
Hole position
W1
9
9
9
9
9
9
±0.5
Hold down tape position
W2
3
3
3
3
3
3
max
Feed hole diameter
Do
4
4
4
4
4
4
±0.2
Tape thickness
t
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
±0.2
Remark:
* Allowance of accumulated pitch less than 1mm at the sum of 20 pitches.
* Continuous empty component less than 3pcs.
* Total empty on one reel less than 1%.

 

Packing Specifications

Packing type

Dimensions

Unit : mm

A
14~30
A
50 +5;-2
B
80 min
B
260±2
D
370 max
C
330±2
W1
45 +5;-2
-
-
W2
55 max
-
-
Packing qty per ree/box
C≦0.022 1500pcs
C>0.022 1000pcs
C≦0.047 1500pcs
C>0.047 1000pcs

 

EIA STANDARD RS-296-D


1. Reel label consists of:
2. Component type
3. Electrical values
4. Manufacturer’s name
5. Date
6. Component quantity

CAPACITOR BODY DIAMETER
CAPACITOR PITCH”A”±0.5mm (0.020”)
≧5mm (≧ 0.197”)
5mm or 0.200”
5.01~10mm (0.197~0.394”)
10mm or 0.400”
10.01~15mm (0.394~0.591”)
15mm or 0.600”

CAPACITOR BODY LENGTH INSIDE TAPE SPACING “B” ±1.5mm (0.059”)
≧16.50mm (≧0.65”) 52.44mm or 2.062”
16.51~28.45mm (0.651~1.12”) 63.5mm or 2.500”
28.46~37.00mm (1.121~1.45”) 76.0mm or 2.874”

EIA Std.
RF Spec
C
D
E
F
13.9~38.1mm (0.54~1.50”)
76.2~355.6mm (3.0~14.0”)
28.6~78.0mm (1.126~3.071”)
34.5~92.0mm (1.374’3.626”)
14.5mm (0.570”)
381.0mm (15”)
54.2mm (2.130”)
61.0mm (2.401”)

CAPACITOR BODY DIA.
PITCH
QUANTITY PCS/REEL
≧ 5.0mm
6 mm
4000 max
5.1~7.0mm
10 mm
2000 max
7.1~9.5mm
10 mm
1000 max

Plastic Film Capacitors Part Number System

1. Series

PEI
PES
PEN
MPE
MES
MEM
MMB
MEB
MET
MEF
PPL
PPN
PPT
MPP
MPB
MPT
MPF
MPS
MSB
PST
PSC
PPS
PSM
PSB
PSH
PHB
MPX
MX1
MPY
SKC
PSA
PSR
PCC
PAC
-
-

2. Rated Capacitance

Code
101
102
103
104
105
106
PF
100PF
1000PF
10000PF
100000NF
1000000NF
10000000NF
NF
-
1NF
10NF
100NF
1000NF
10000NF
µF
-
0.001µF
0.01µF
0.1µF
1.0µF
10µF

3. Tolerance

Tolerance
±1%
±2%
±2.5%
±3%
±5%
±10%
±20%
Symbols
F
G
H
I
J
K
M

4. Rated Voltage

No A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P
0 1.0 1.25 1.6 2.0 2.5 3.15 4.0 5.0 - 6.3 8.0 - - - - -
1 10 12.5 16 20 25 31.5 40 50 - 63 80 - - - - -
2 100 125 160 200 250 315 400 500 - 630 800 - - - - -
3 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3150 4000 5000 - 6300 8000 - - - - -
4 10000 12500 16000 20000 25000 31500 40000 50000 - 63000 80000 - - - - -
5 125 VAC 225 VAC 325VAC 425 VAC 525 VAC 625 VAC 725 VAC 825 VAC 925VAC 1025 VAC 1125 VAC 1225 VAC - - - -
6 150 VAC 250 VAC 350VAC 450 VAC 550 VAC 650 VAC 750 VAC 850 VAC 950VAC 1050 VAC 1150 VAC 1250 VAC - - - -
7 175 VAC 275 VAC 375VAC 475 VAC 575 VAC 675 VAC 775 VAC 875 VAC 975VAC 1075 VAC 1175 VAC 1275 VAC - - - -
8 200 VAC 300 VAC 400VAC 500 VAC 600 VAC 700 VAC 800 VAC 900 VAC 1000VAC 1100 VAC 1200 VAC 1300 VAC - - - -
Special rule for AC purpose

5. Width or Diameter mm

No
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-
-
1
2.5
3
4
5
6
7.5
8
9
A
10
11
12.5
13
14
15
16
17.5
18
19
B
20
21
22.5
23
24
25
26
27.5
28
29
C
30
31
32.5
33
34
35
36
37.5
38
39
D
40
41
42.5
43
44
45
46
47.5
48
49
E
50
51
52.5
53
54
55
56
57.5
58
59
F
60
61
62.5
63
64
65
66
67.5
68
69
G
70
71
72.5
73
74
75
76
77.5
78
79
H
80
81
82.5
83
84
85
86
87.5
88
89
I
90
91
92.5
93
94
95
96
97.5
98
99
J
100
101
102.5
103
104
105
106
107.5
108
109
K
110
111
112.5
113
114
115
116
117.5
118
119
L
120
121
122.5
123
124
125
126
127.5
128
129
M
130
131
132.5
133
134
135
136
137.5
138
139
N
140
141
142.5
143
144
145
146
147.5
148
149
O
150
151
152.5
153
154
155
156
157.5
158
159
P
160
161
162.5
163
164
165
166
167.5
168
169
Q
170
171
172.5
173
174
175
176
177.5
178
179
R
180
181
182.5
183
184
185
186
187.5
188
189
S
190
191
192.5
193
194
195
196
197.5
198
199
T
200
201
202.5
203
204
205
206
207.5
208
209
U
210
211
212.5
213
214
215
216
217.5
218
219
V
220
221
222.5
223
224
225
226
227.5
228
229
W
230
231
232.5
233
234
235
236
237.5
238
239
X
240
241
242.5
243
244
245
246
247.5
248
249
Y
250
251
252.5
253
254
255
256
257.5
258
259
Z
260
261
262.5
263
264
265
266
267.5
268
269
A1=11mm, -1=1mm, -2=2.5mm, -7=7.5mm, B3=23mm

6. Pitch or Length mm

No
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-
-
1
2.5
3
4
5
6
7.5
8
9
A
10
11
12.5
13
14
15
16
17.5
18
19
B
20
21
22.5
23
24
25
26
27.5
28
29
C
30
31
32.5
33
34
35
36
37.5
38
39
D
40
41
42.5
43
44
45
46
47.5
48
49
E
50
51
52.5
53
54
55
56
57.5
58
59
F
60
61
62.5
63
64
65
66
67.5
68
69
G
70
71
72.5
73
74
75
76
77.5
78
79
H
80
81
82.5
83
84
85
86
87.5
88
89
I
90
91
92.5
93
94
95
96
97.5
98
99
J
100
101
102.5
103
104
105
106
107.5
108
109
K
110
111
112.5
113
114
115
116
117.5
118
119
L
120
121
122.5
123
124
125
126
127.5
128
129
M
130
131
132.5
133
134
135
136
137.5
138
139
N
140
141
142.5
143
144
145
146
147.5
148
149
O
150
151
152.5
153
154
155
156
157.5
158
159
P
160
161
162.5
163
164
165
166
167.5
168
169
Q
170
171
172.5
173
174
175
176
177.5
178
179
R
180
181
182.5
183
184
185
186
187.5
188
189
S
190
191
192.5
193
194
195
196
197.5
198
199
T
200
201
202.5
203
204
205
206
207.5
208
209
U
210
211
212.5
213
214
215
216
217.5
218
219
V
220
221
222.5
223
224
225
226
227.5
228
229
W
230
231
232.5
233
234
235
236
237.5
238
239
X
240
241
242.5
243
244
245
246
247.5
248
249
Y
250
251
252.5
253
254
255
256
257.5
258
259
Z
260
261
262.5
263
264
265
266
267.5
268
269
A1=11mm, -1=1mm, -2=2.5mm, -7=7.5mm, B3=23mm

7. Lead Style

  Wire Shape
Code Forming Style RADIAL AXIAL
0
No forming
1
KINK Strait forming
 
2
Outward kink Flat kink
3
Inward kink Stand kink
4
Strait cut short lead
5
KINK Forming and cut short lead
 
6
Outward forming short lead Flat forming short lead
7
Inward kink short lead Stand form short lead
 
8
Double kink short lead

8. Lead Length mm

Code
T
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Meaning
Tapping
3.5
3.8±0.3
4±0.5
4.5
5±0.5
5±1
6
7
8
9

Code
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
Meaning
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Code
M
N
P
Q
R
S
U
V
W
X
Y
Meaning
21
22
23
24
25
30
35
40
45
50
55

Code
Z
Meaning
>60

9. Construction Code (internal use)

10. Design Code

There is only two digit for design code, it means that after the segregation of the front 16 digit, we are still get an
similar design so we must use design code to do the final distinguish to prevent mistake. This design code should only publish by an engineer from the headquarter. Please be noted that digit 10 to 13 is not for segregation use, this means if those 4 digits different, maybe they are exactly the same parts. You will not be able to see the design code from capacitors body.

Date Code

YEARS
YEARS
MONTH
marked by the side of the capacitance
MONTH
marked by the side of the capacitance
2004
C
+
2010
C∣
1
104a
7
104n
2005
+C
2011
-
C
2
104b
8
104v
2006
C+
2012
C
·
3
104c
9
104p
2007
+
C
2013
. C
4
105d
10
104s
2008
C
-
2014
.
C
5
104e
11
104t
2009
∣C
2015
C .
6
104h
12
104r

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