BFC2 809 05... Datasheet

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Film Dielectric Trimmers
FEATURES
• High temperature type
• Housing dimensions:
6 mm x 8 mm x 9 mm
• For a basic grid of 2.54 mm
• Top and bottom adjustment
• Round head
• Mounting: radial
• Material categorization: for definitions of compliance
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APPLICATIONS
• Antennas
• Impedance matching circuits
• Medical
• RF
• For fine adjustment in professional applications
QUICK REFERENCE DATA
Rated DC voltage
300 VDC
Test DC voltage for 1 min
600 VDC
Maximum contact resistance
5 m
Minimum insulation resistance between stator and rotor
Category temperature range
-40 °C to +125 °C
Climatic category (IEC 60068)
40/125/21
Minimum storage temperature
-55 °C
Related specification
IEC 60418-1 and 4
Effective angle of rotation
Operating torque
Maximum axial thrust
Capacitance range (Cmin. / Cmax.)
Life of trimmer
10 000 M
180° (rotation in 180° only, see “Life of trimmer”)
Cmax. < 3.5 pF
1 mNm to 15 mNm
Cmax.  3.5 pF
1 mNm to 20 mNm
2N
1.2 pF / 3.5 pF to 2 pF / 18 pF
Maximum 10 cycles: rotation in 180° only (the electrical and mechanical
performance is not guaranteed if rotated beyond 10 cycles)
Sampling and data evaluation for quality level in accordance
with “MIL-STD-105D” and “IEC 60410”:
Quality level
< 0.15 % major defects
< 0.65 % minor defects
Each capacitor is tested for minimum Cmax. and is also subjected to
the full test voltage.
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DIMENSIONS in millimeters
Ø 2.2
0.6
0.5 min.
9
max.
Sprue
Z
Color mark
3.7 ± 0.2
1.1 max.
Ø 2.2
5.08 ± 0.2
1.1 ± 0.2
3 ± 0.2
DETAIL Z
turned 90°
Ø 1.4
6.4
max.
6.7
max.
0.85 max.
0.6 ± 0.1
7.4 max.
0.5
± 0.15
Trimmers BFC2 809 05... series, with round heads
5.08
1.9
R
S
2.3 ± 0.1
1.2 (2 x)
Hole pattern
ADJUSTMENT
For top adjustment a screwdriver or trimming key can be used; for bottom adjustment a key is required as shown below.
Ø 2.2
Ø 1.5 + 0.1
0
0.6 + 0.2
0
0.7 + 0.1
0
2 min.
Bottom adjustment key
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ORDERING INFORMATION
CATALOG NUMBER BFC2 809 05...
Cmin. / Cmax.
(pF)
TOP AND BOTTOM ADJUSTMENT
ROUND HEAD
ROUND HEAD AND
FLUX GUARD
215
216
217
001
002
003
1.2 / 3.5
1.8 / 10
2 / 18
MOUNTING
The trimmer can be mounted on printed-circuit boards with a minimum hole diameter of 2.54 mm.
PACKAGING
Blister packs of 70 units each. For smallest packaging quantity (SPQ) see “Electrical Data” table.
ELECTRICAL DATA
tan 
AT Cmax. x 10-4
GUARANTEED
MAX. Cmin. /
MIN. Cmax.
AT 200 kHz
(pF)
SHAPE
OF HEAD
FIG.
1.2 / 3.5
Round
1.8 / 10
2 / 18
1 MHz
100 MHz
TEMP.
COEFF. (1)
(10-6/K)
1
 10
 20
-250 ± 350
850
Orange
Round
1
 10
 20
-250 ± 350
1200
580
None
White
Round
1
 10
 25
-250 ± 350
360
Red
MIN. fres
AT Cmax.
(MHz)
COL.
OF
DOT
SPQ
CATALOG
NUMBER
BFC2 ... .....
700
700
700
700
700
700
.... 809 05001
.... 809 05215
.... 809 05002
.... 809 05216
.... 809 05217
.... 809 05003
Note
(1) C: 60 % to 80 % of C
max.; Tamb: from +20 °C to +125 °C
SOLDERING CONDITIONS
For general soldering conditions and wave soldering profile, we refer to the application note “Soldering Guidelines for Film
Capacitors”: www.vishay.com/doc?28171
TEST PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
IEC
60418-1
CLAUSE
IEC 60068
TEST
METHOD
TEST
PROCEDURE
REQUIREMENTS
4.2
Method of mounting
Method A
14
Capacitance drift
After TC measurement
C/C:  2.5 %; 4 % for 2 pF
19
Thrust
Axial thrust of 2 N
C/C:  0.3 %
21
Robustness of terminations:
1 N
No damage
21.1
Ua
21.2
Ub
Bending
1 cycle
No damage
22
Na
Rapid change of temperature
1 cycle; 0.5 h at lower and 
0.5 h at upper category
temperature
C/C:  2.5 %
23
T
Soldering:
Ta
Solderability
Solder bath immersion 3 mm;
235 °C; 2 s
Good wetting,
no mechanical damage
Tb
Resistance to heat
Solder bath: 260 °C; 10 s
No mechanical damage
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TEST PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
IEC
60418-1
CLAUSE
IEC 60068
TEST
METHOD
24
Eb
Impact bump
4000 ± 10 bumps; 40 g; 6 ms
C/C:  0.6 %;
no mechanical damage
25
Fc
Vibration
Frequency 10 Hz to 55 Hz;
amplitude 0.35 mm;
1.5 h
C/C:  0.6 %;
no mechanical damage
26
TEST
PROCEDURE
REQUIREMENTS
C/C:  2.5
Climatic sequence:
26.1
B
Dry heat
16 h at upper category
temperature
tan :  10 x 10-4 for Cmax. < 18 pF;
tan :  40 x 10-4 for Cmax.  18 pF

Rins.:  10 000 M;
rotor contact R:  5 m
26.2
D
Damp heat accelerated,
first cycle
1 cycle; 24 h; +40 °C;
95 % to 100 % RH
Voltage proof:
600 V for 1 min
26.3
Aa
Cold
16 h; -40 °C
Visual examination:
no mechanical damage
Damp heat accelerated,
remaining cycles
1 cycle; 24 h; +40 °C; 
95 % to 100 % RH
Operating torque: 
1 mNm to 20 mNm
Damp heat steady state
21 days; +40 °C; 
90 % to 95 % RH
C/C:  2.5 %

tan :  10 x 10-4 for Cmax. < 18 pF;
tan :  25 x 10-4 for Cmax.  18 pF

Rins.:  10 000 M;
rotor contact R:  5 m

Voltage proof:
600 V for 1 min

Visual examination:
no mechanical damage

Operating torque:
1 mNm to 20 mNm
Mechanical endurance
10 cycles

Maximum 10 cycles: rotation in
180° only (the electrical and
mechanical performance is not
guaranteed if rotated beyond
10 cycles)
C/C:  0.3 %;  2.5 % for 2 pF
C/C after axial thrust:  0.3 %;
rotor contact R:  5 m

Voltage proof:
600 V for 1 min

Visual examination:
no mechanical damage

Operating torque: 
1 mNm to 20 mNm
26.5
27
Ca
29
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