DILABS P02CGR12CF5ST

Milli-Cap
®
The “Ideal” SMT Capacitor Benefits:
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Functional Applications:
Part Number Identification
P
42
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0201, 0402, 0502 and 0602 footprints
Increased Usable Bandwidth
Ultra high series resonance
Low loss, High Q
Product
P = Milli-Cap
Case Size
®
Matching filter applications
• Test Equipment
• Photonics
• SONET
CG
1R5
C
5
S
T
Material
Capacitance
Capacitance
Voltage Rating
Termination
Packaging
Tolerance
5 = 50VDC Figure 1 P21 (0201) Outline
Figure 2 P42 (0402), P02 (0502) and P62 (0602) Outline
Drawings are not to scale.
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Case Sizes and Ceramic Materials
Case Size Definitions
Ceramic Material Options
Case Size
Code
Figure
Dim “A”
Dim “B”
MAX
Dim “C”
MAX
21 (0201)
42 (0402)
02 (0502)
62 (0602)
1
2
2
2
See
Capacitance
Range Tables
0.024”
0.044”
0.054”
0.064”
0.010”
0.020”
0.025”
0.030”
DLI
Material
Code
Temperature
Coefficient
Of Capacitance
(-55°C to 125°C)
1 MHz
Maximum
Dissipation
Factor
25°C
Insulation
Resistance
CF
0 ± 15 ppm/°C
0.60%
>106 Ω
CD
-20 ± 15 ppm/°C
0.15%
>106 Ω
CG
0 ± 30 ppm/°C
0.70%
>106 Ω
NR
-1500 ± 500 ppm/°C
0.25%
>106 Ω
NV
-4700 ± 1000 ppm/°C
1.20%
>106 Ω
BN
± 15%
3.0%
>105 Ω
Capacitance and Tolerance
Capacitance Code Definition
First Two Digits
Examples:
Code Description Capacitance Range
Capacitance (pF)
(If no ‘R’ is present)
Third Digit
‘R’
Capacitance Tolerance Options
10x Multiplier
Decimal Point
121 = 120 pF (12 x 101)
120 = 12 pF (12 x 100)
1R2 = 1.2 pF
R12 = 0.12 pF
A
± 0.05 pF
≤ 0.5 pF
B
± 0.1 pF
≤ 1.0 pF
C
± 0.25 pF
≤ 2.5 pF
K
± 10%
> 2.5 pF
M
± 20%
All with ‘BN’ Material
Available Capacitance Ranges
Capacitance Ranges for
P21 (0201) Case Size
(Figure 1)
Material
Capacitance Range
(pF)
Dim “A”
CF
CD
CG
NR
NV
BN
0.2 – 0.5
0.5 – 0.8
0.6 – 1.5
1.3 – 3.9
7.5 – 15
36 – 82
0.006” (+ .001”, -.002”)
0.006” (+ .001”, -.002”)
0.006” (+ .001”, -.002”)
0.006” (+ .001”, -.002”)
0.006” (+ .001”, -.002”)
0.006” (± .001”)
Capacitance Ranges for
P42 (0402), P02 (0502) and P62 (0602) Case Sizes
(Figure 2)
Material
Material
Capacitance
Range
(pF)
CF
CD
CG
NR
NV
BN
0.2 – 0.5
0.5 – 0.8
0.6 – 1.5
1.3 – 3.9
7.5 – 15
36 – 82
Dim “A” and Maximum
Capacitance (pF)
0.008”
0.010”
0.006”
(+.001”, -.002”) (± .001”) (± .001”)
0.5
0.8
1.5
3.9
15
82
0.3
0.5
0.8
2.2
10
57
0.2
N/A
0.6
1.3
7.5
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Termination Finish and Recommended Attachment Methods
Termination Finish
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Code
Description
S
7.5 ± 5µ” Au over 50µ” minimum Ni
Recommended Attachment Materials:
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Conductive Epoxy (EPO TEK® H20E, Ablebond® 84-1 LMI, etc.)
Solder (SN62, SN63, etc.)
Recommended Attachment to Soft or Hard Substrate Using Conductive Epoxy:
¾ Recommended Micro Strip Layout:
Epoxy Thickness:
.003” - .005”
Gap:
.015” - .020”
(.008” - .010” for P21)
Ideal Micro Strip Width:
.020” - .025”
(.012” - .015” for P21)
Epoxy Diameter:
.010 - .015”
(.005” - .008” for P21)
Distance from Trace Edge:
.003” - .004”
¾ Attachment Method
1. Place a single drop of conductive epoxy onto each micro-strip as illustrated; the edge of the epoxy shall
be at least .003”- .004” back from the edge of the trace to prevent filling the gap with epoxy.
2. Centering the termination gap of the capacitor within the gap in the micro strip, press with careful, even
pressure onto the micro strip ensuring the terminations make good contact with the epoxy drops.
3. Cure according to the epoxy manufacturer’s preferred schedule
• Typically 125°C to 150°C Max.
4. After curing, inspect joint for epoxy shorts across the termination and micro strip gaps that would cause a
short across the cap.
Isopropanol, and Methanol are both safe to use to pre clean Milli-Caps®
They are not to be used after mounting with conductive epoxy as they act as a solvent!
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Dielectric Laboratories Inc.
Phone: 315-655-8710 Fax: 315-655-8179
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Recommended Attachment Methods (Continued)
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Recommended Attachment to Soft or Hard Substrate Using Solder:
¾ Recommended Micro Strip Layout:
Gap:
.015” - .020”
(.008” - .010” for P21)
Solder Thickness:
.004” - .006”
Ideal Micro Strip Width:
.020” - .025”
(.012” - .015” for P21)
Solder Diameter:
.020 - .025”
(.010” - .015” for P21)
Distance from Trace Edge:
.001” - .002”
¾ Attachment Method
1. Place a single drop of solder paste onto each micro-strip as illustrated; the edge of the epoxy shall be at
least .001”- .002” back from the edge of the trace to prevent filling the gap with solder.
2. Centering the termination gap of the capacitor within the gap in the micro strip, press with careful, even
pressure onto the micro strip ensuring the terminations make good contact with the drops of solder paste.
3. Reflow according to the solder manufacturer’s preferred profile, ensuring the reflow temperature does not
exceed 250°C.
4. After the reflow step is completed, inspect joint for voids or excess flux and non-reflowed solder balls that
can degrade performance or cause shorts across the gaps. Proper cleaning after the reflow process is
crucial to avoiding performance degradation and discovering poor solder joints.
Isopropanol, and Methanol are both safe to use with soldered Milli-Caps®.
Packaging
Packaging Options
Code
Blank
T
S
Description
Generic Waffle Pack
Tape and Reel, 7” Reel, 100pc Minimum, 5,000pc Maximum
(Consult with a sales representative for availability)
Customer Specified (Drawing required, tooling charges may apply)
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Phone: 315-655-8710 Fax: 315-655-8179
Email: [email protected] Web: http://www.dilabs.com
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