Data

ECWU (C) Type
DC100V series (Stacked Metallized Film)
Electrical Characteristics < Typical Data >
Temperature Characteristics
Frequency Characteristics
at 1kHz
10
10
Capacitance change(%)
Capacitance change(%)
1.0uF
5
From 0.012uF to 1.0uF
0
-5
-10
0.47uF
5
0.10uF
0.047uF
0
0.012uF
-5
-10
1
-60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100120 140
10
1000
10000
Frequency (kHz)
Temperature(Dgree C)
at 1kHz
10
10
8
8
Dissipation factor(%)
Dissipation factor(%)
100
6
4
2
From 0.012uF to 1.0uF
0
1.0uF
6
0.47uF
0.10uF
4
0.047uF
2
0.012uF
0
-60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140
1
10
Temperature (Degree C)
100
1000
10000
Frequency (kHz)
at DC 100V
10000
1000
1.E+11
From 0.012uF to 0.047uF
1.E+10
1.0uF
1.E+09
1.E+08
1.E+07
Impedance(ohm)
Insuration resistance(ohm)
1.E+12
0.0
47
uF
100
0.0
0.1
1.0
u
10
F
12
uF
0u
F
0.4
7u
F
1
0.1
0.01
1.E+06
-60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120140
Temperature (Degree C)
0.001
1
10
100
1000
10000 100000
Frequency(kHz)
ECWU (C) Type
DC100V series (Stacked Metallized Film)
Applicable Specifications
Permissible current
Permissible current
3
3
Effective value (A)
Effective value (A)
0.68 uF
2
0.068 uF, 0.056 uF
0.039 uF, 0.033 uF
1.0 uF
0.82 uF
0.56 uF, 0.47 uF
2
0.39 uF
0.15 uF
0.082 uF
0.027 uF, 0.022 uF
1
1
0.047 uF
0.018 uF, 0.015 uF
0.33 uF, 0.27 uF
0.012 uF
0.22 uF, 0.18 uF
0.12 uF, 0.10 uF
0
0
1
10
100
1
1000
Permissible voltage
Permissible voltage
(at sine wave)
10
0.012
0.015
0.018
0.022
0.027
0.033
0.039
0.056
0.068
0.082
(at sine wave)
100
Effective value (V)
Effective value (V)
1000
Frequency (kHz)
Frequency (kHz)
100
100
10
10
uF
uF
uF
uF
uF
uF
uF, 0.047 uF
uF
uF
uF
0.22 uF
0.27 uF
0.33 uF
0.39 uF
0.47 uF
0.56 uF
0.10 uF
0.12 uF
0.68 uF
0.82 uF
1
1
10
100
Frequency (kHz)
1000
1.0 uF
1
1
100
10
Frequency (kHz)
0.15 uF
0.18 uF
1000
* Please consult Panasonic if your condition exceeds the above spec.
*Permissible voltage graph is the case of sine waveform. When you use this product, peak voltage must not exceed DC rated voltage.
*The current value (Aop) is calculated using "nominal capacitance." In fact, it changes by the tolerance of a capacitance value, capacitance change, etc.
120
100
80
60
40
20
ECWU (C) Type
DC250V series (Stacked Metallized Film)
Electrical Characteristics < Typical Data >
Temperature Characteristics
at 1kHz
5
10
From 1000pF to 1.0uF
0
-5
Capacitance change(%)
Capacitance change(%)
10
Frequency Characteristics
-10
5
1.0uF
0.10uF
0
0.010uF
1000pF
-5
-10
1
-60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120140
10
Temperature (Degree C)
1000
10000
Frequency (kHz)
at 1kHz
10
Dissipation factor(%)
10
Dissipation factor(%)
100
8
6
4
2
From 1000pF to 1.0uF
8
6
1.0uF
0.10uF
4
0.010uF
2
1000pF
0
0
-60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100120 140
1
10
Temperature (Degree C)
100
1000
10000
Frequency (kHz)
at DC 100V
10000
1000
1.E+11
From 1000pF to 0.10uF
1.E+10
1.E+09
1.0uF
1.E+08
Impedance(ohm)
Insuration resistance(ohm)
1.E+12
1000pF
100
0.010uF
10
1.0uF
1.E+07
0.1
1.E+06
0.01
-60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100120 140
Temperature (Degree C)
0.10uF
1
1
10
100
1000 10000 100000
Frequency (kHz)
ECWU (C) Type
DC250V series (Stacked Metallized Film)
Applicable Specifications
Permissible current
Permissible current
1
3
0.027 uF
0.010uF, 8200pF
0.022 uF
0.018 uF
0.5
5600pF, 4700pF
0.015 uF
0.012 uF
Effective value (A)
Effective value (A)
0.68 uF, 0.39uF
1.0 uF
0.82 uF
0.18uF, 0.27uF
2
0.47 uF
0.12 uF, 0.15uF
0.56 uF
0.33 uF
0.22 uF
6800 pF
1
3900 pF
3300 up
2700 pF
2200 pF
1800 pF
1500 pF
1200 pF
1000 pF
0.10 uF
0.056
0.047
0.033
0.039
uF
uF
uF
uF
0.068uF, 0.082uF
0
100
10
1
0
0.1
1000
1
10
Permissible voltage
1000
Permissible voltage
(at sine wave)
(at sine wave)
100
1000pF
10
10
0.033 uF
~
0.027 uF
Effective value (V)
100
~
Effective value (V)
100
Frequency (kHz)
Frequency (kHz)
1
1
1.0 uF
0.1
0.1
1
10
Frequency (kHz)
100
1000
0.1
0.1
1
10
Frequency (kHz)
100
* Please consult Panasonic if your condition exceeds the above spec.
*Permissible voltage graph is the case of sine waveform. When you use this product, peak voltage must not exceed DC rated voltage.
*The current(0-P ) value is calculated using nominal capacitance.
1000
ECWU (C) Type
DC250V series (Stacked Metallized Film)
Applicable Specifications
Pulse Handling Capability (dv/dt)
(Max 10000cycles)
Rating
Voltage
Capacitance
Value(uF)
Code
Capacitance
Value(uF)
Code
0.0010
102
0.62
0.039
393
9.36
0.0012
122
0.74
0.047
473
11.28
0.0015
152
0.92
0.056
563
13.44
0.0018
182
1.11
0.068
683
dv/dt(V/us)
Current(0-P )
(A)
Rating
Voltage
dv/dt(V/us)
240
Current(0-P )
(A)
16.32
615
DC
250V
0.0022
222
1.35
0.082
823
19.68
0.0027
272
1.66
0.10
104
24.00
0.0033
332
2.03
0.12
124
28.80
0.0039
392
2.40
0.15
154
28.50
0.0047
472
1.69
0.18
184
0.0056
562
2.02
0.22
224
41.80
0.0068
682
2.45
0.27
274
31.05
0.0082
822
2.95
0.33
334
DC
250V
190
34.20
37.95
115
0.010
103
3.60
0.39
394
44.85
0.012
123
4.32
0.47
474
54.05
0.015
153
5.40
0.56
564
36.40
0.018
183
6.48
0.68
684
360
44.20
65
0.022
223
7.92
0.82
824
53.30
0.027
273
9.72
1.0
105
65.00
0.033
333
11.88
DC Rated Voltage (V)
300
Voltage Derating by Temperature
250
200
150
125
100
50
0
-60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140
Surface Temperature of Capacitor(Degree C)
* Please consult Panasonic if your condition exceeds the above spec.
*Permissible voltage graph is the case of sine waveform. When you use this product, peak voltage must not exceed DC rated voltage.
*The current(0-P ) value is calculated using nominal capacitance.
TYPE:ECWU
(C)
DC630V series (Stacked Metallized Film)
Electrical Characteristics <Typical Data >
Temperature Characteristics
at 1kHz
10
5
0
0.022uF, 0.033uF
-5
Capacitance change(%)
Capacitance change(%)
10
Frequency Characteristics
-10
-60 -40 -20
0
20
40
60
0.033uF
5
0
-5
-10
1
80 100 120 140
10
Temperature(Degree C)
at 1kHz
1000
10
4
3
2
0.022uF, 0.033uF
1
0
10000
0.033uF
0.022uF
8
6
4
2
0
-60 -40 -20
0
20
40 60
80 100 120 140
1
10
Temperature(Degree C)
100
1000
10000
Frequency(kHz)
at DC100V
1.E+12
10000
0.022uF
0.022uF,0.033uF
1.E+11
1000
Impedance(ohm)
Insulation resistance(ohm)
100
Frequency(kHz)
Dissipation factor(%)
Dissipation factor(%)
5
0.022uF
1.E+10
1.E+09
1.E+08
0.033uF
100
10
1
0.1
1.E+07
0.01
1.E+06
-60 -40 -20 0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140
Temperature(Degree C)
1
10
100
1000
10000 100000
Frequency(kHz)
140
Panasonic
Caution about Safety in Use
3.1. Washing of chip type
●Since the chip type capacitor does not
have a coating, components of flux or detergent left over
on the element at the time of washing may be activated
and invade into the inside of the capacitor,
and adverse effects may be caused. Observe the
following cautions.
●In the case of washing, use flux and cream solder with
halogen content of 0.1wt.% or less when mounting.
●In the case of ultrasonic washing, note that peeling of
protective film, electrode separation due to resonance,
or characteristic deterioration may occur depending on
the detergent used or ultrasonic output. Check
carefully beforehand.
●When using a CFC substitute detergent, with the
washing method of spraying detergent (rinsing water)
to the substrate at high pressure, the
protective film on the element surface may
be peeled off due to the water pressure. Check
carefully beforehand.
2.4.2 Cautions for use of soldering iron
●Be careful that the soldering irons do not directly touch
the main body of the chip film capacitor. In particular,
don’t touch the side (cut section). If touched by the
heated soldering iron, lowering of insulation resistance,
shortcircuit or other characteristic deterioration may
occur.
●Preheat the printed wining board land sufficiently with
the soldering iron, and then solder. Solder without directly
touching the iron tip to the electrode of the capacitor.
●Don’t reuse the products once removed by the soldering
irons.
●Should not mount the chip film capacitors in the mass
production by soldering iron. (The temperature
control is difficult, and the characteristics may
be deteriorated.)
●Should not resolder with heat directly from
bottom side of P. W. Board. because capacitor will likely
be damaged.
3. Washing the mounted boards
<Usable detergent and washing method>
(Usable detergent)
Classification
Detergent name
Alcohol derivative
Maker
IPA (isopropyl alcohol)
Halogenated hydrocarbon
(Reagent for general industrial use)
AK-225AES
(Washing method)
Condition
Item
Asahi Glass Co.
Temperature
Tine
Immersion washing
50 ℃
Within 5 minutes
Steam washing
50 ℃
Within 5 minutes
Ultrasonic washing
50 ℃
Within 5 minutes
<CFC substiture detergent>
As a result of regulation of CFC and chlorine derivative
detergents, many substitute detergents come to be used,
but the performance of the chip type capacitor may be
reduced depending on the type of detergent or washing
condition. Check sufficiently beforehand. Consult us in
advance if planning to use CFC substitute detergent.
3.2. Washing of leaded type
The film capacitor varies significantly in the effect of
washing depending on the structure and material, and
generally it is less affected by CFC or alcohol
derivative washing solvent, and is likely to be affected
by highly polar solvent.
The lead type film capacitor is coated with an epoxy
resin excellent in chemical resistance, and is hardly
affected by detergent, but it is recommended to be
washed for short duration.
<Drying after washing>
Dry after washing so that the detergent is not left over. If
drying is insufficient, the detergent is left over on the
element surface, and the insulation resistance is measured
to be lowered. Dry enough so as not to leave detergent.
Applicability of detergents in film capacitors is listed for
reference.
Design,Specifications are subject to change without notice. Ask factory for technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Whenever a doubt about safety arises from this product, please inform us immediately for technical consultation without fail.
-11-
Sep. 2008
Panasonic
Caution about Safety in Use
<List of applicability of detergents>
Box type
Washing condition
Chip type
Lead type
Ethanol
Ultrasonic washing or immersion washing for 5 min
○
○
○
Isopropyl alcohol (IPA)
Ultrasonic washing or immersion washing for 5 min
○
○
○
FRW-17 Ultrasonic washing for 5 min, 60 ℃
⇒FRW-1N Ultrasonic washing for 5 min, 60 ℃
⇒FRW-100 Steam drying for 1 min, 100 ℃
○
○
○
Asahi Clean AK-225AES
Ultrasonic washing or immersion washing for 5 min
○
○
○
HCFC141b-MS
Ultrasonic washing or immersion washing for 5 min
○
○
○
P3 Cold Cleaner 225S
Ultrasonic washing for 5 min 60 ℃ ⇒ IPA ultrasonic rinsing for 5 min
at ordinary temperature ⇒ hot air drying for 5 min, 40 ℃
○
○
○
Toluene
Ultrasonic washing or immersion washing for 5 min
×
○
○
Terpene Cleaner EC-7
Spray washing for 5 min at ordinary temperature ⇒ purified water
spraying for 5 min, 50℃ ⇒ hot air drying for 5 min, 80℃
×
○
○
Ultrasonic washing for 5 min 60 ℃ ⇒
wind-free drying for 5 min, 85 ℃
×
○
○
Clean Through 750H
Ultrasonic washing for 5 min, 60 ℃ ⇒ purified water ultrasonic
washing for 5 min, 60 ℃ ⇒ hot air drying for 5 min, 85 ℃
×
○
○
Clean Through 750L
Ultrasonic washing for 5 min, 60 ℃ ⇒ purified water ultrasonic
washing for 5 min, 60 ℃ ⇒ hot air drying for 5 min, 85 ℃
×
○
―
Clean Through 710M
Ultrasonic washing for 5 min, 60℃ ⇒ purified water ultrasonic
washing for 5 min, 60 ℃ ⇒ hot air drying for 5 min, 85 ℃
×
○
―
Clean Through LC-841
Ultrasonic washing for 5 min, 60 ℃ ⇒ purified water ultrasonic
washing for 5 min, 60 ℃ ⇒ hot air drying for 5 min, 85 ℃
×
○
○
Ultrasonic washing for 5 min, 60 ℃ ⇒ purified water ultrasonic
washing for 5 min, 60℃ ⇒ hot air drying for 5 min, 85 ℃
×
○
○
Shower washing for 1 min, 60 ℃ ⇒ purified water
ultrasonic washing for 5 min, 60 ℃ ⇒ hot air drying for 5 min, 85 ℃
×
○
○
ECQUL
Alcohol
Solvent
Silicon
Halogen
Petroleum
hydrocarbon
Terpene
Water
Purified water
Surface active
agent
○ : Washing enabled
Wash-fre
e
<Wash-free flux>
Low residue
flux
Inactivated flux
× : Washing disabled
― : Not confirmed
ULF-500VS
○
○
○
AM-173
○
○
○
Washing disabled (x mark) detergent should be avoided because the appearance may be impaired, the characteristic may
be deteriorated, and the reliability cannot be guaranteed
Design,Specifications are subject to change without notice. Ask factory for technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Whenever a doubt about safety arises from this product, please inform us immediately for technical consultation without fail.
−12−
Jul. 2011
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