DLA 95158 Datasheet

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Solid Tantalum Surface Mount Chip Capacitors
TANTAMOUNT™, Molded Case, DLA Approved, Low ESR
FEATURES
• Meets MIL-PRF-55365 and EIA535BAAC mechanical and
performance requirements
• Low ESR
• Terminations: gold and tin / lead solder plated
• Molded case available in 3 case codes
• High ripple current carrying capability
• High reliability
Inspection: MIL-PRF-55365, group A inspection
(exponential distribution); subgroups 1 and 3 with voltage
aging a minimum of 10 h.
PERFORMANCE / ELECTRICAL
CHARACTERISTICS
100 % Surge Current Tested
- Temperature: 25 °C
- Applied voltage: rated voltage
- Test cycles: 4
- Charge and discharge cycles: 4 s maximum
- Total DC resistance: 0.6  maximum
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Operating Temperature: -55 °C to +125 °C
(above 85 °C, voltage derating is required)
Capacitance Range: 4.7 μF to 220 μF
Capacitance Tolerance: ± 10 %, and ± 20 %
Voltage Rating: 6 VDC to 50 VDC
APPLICATIONS
• Military / aerospace
ORDERING INFORMATION
95158-
01
K
H
T
DRAWING NUMBER
DASH NUMBER
CAPACITANCE
TOLERANCE
TERMINATION FINISH
PACKAGING
K = ± 10 %
M = ± 20 %
B = gold plated
(10 microinch minimum)
H = solder plated
(100 microinch
minimum)
T = 7" (178 mm) reel
DIMENSIONS in inches [millimeters]
L
W
TW
H
Glue Pad
TH MIN.
Glue Pad
CASE CODE
P
EIA SIZE
L
W
H
P
TW
TH MIN.
C
6032-28
0.236 ± 0.012
[6.0 ± 0.30]
0.126 ± 0.012
[3.2 ± 0.30]
0.098 ± 0.012
[2.5 ± 0.30]
0.051 ± 0.012
[1.3 ± 0.30]
0.087 ± 0.004
[2.2 ± 0.10]
0.039
[1.0]
D
7343-31
0.287 ± 0.012
[7.3 ± 0.30]
0.170 ± 0.012
[4.3 ± 0.30]
0.110 ± 0.012
[2.8 ± 0.30]
0.051 ± 0.012
[1.3 ± 0.30]
0.095 ± 0.004
[2.4 ± 0.10]
0.039
[1.0]
E
7343-43
0.287 ± 0.012
[7.3 ± 0.30]
0.170 ± 0.012
[4.3 ± 0.30]
0.158 ± 0.012
[4.0 ± 0.30]
0.051 ± 0.012
[1.3 ± 0.30]
0.095 ± 0.004
[2.4 ± 0.10]
0.039
[1.0]
Note
• Glue pad (non-conductive, part of molded case) is dedicated for glue attachment (as user option).
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RATINGS AND CASE CODES
μF
6V
10 V
16 V
20 V
25 V
4.7
35 V
50 V
C
E
6.8
E
10
D/E
15
22
33
D/E
E
D
E
E
D
47
68
D
D
D
100
E
D
E
E
E
D/E
150
E
D/E
220
D/E
E
E
MARKING
Voltage
Capacitance
μF
Polarity
band (+)
Date code
22
10
XX
2
Vishay marking
C, D, E Cases
Marking:
Capacitor marking includes an anode (+) polarity band, capacitance in microfarads and the voltage rating.
The Vishay identification is included if space permits.
A manufacturing date code is marked on all capacitors.
Call the factory for further explanation.
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STANDARD RATINGS
MAX. DC LEAKAGE
(μA)
0.93
-55 °C
4
6
6
0.175
6
8
8
0.125
1.15
165.0
8
12
12
0.100
1.22
165.0
8
12
12
0.100
1.28
PART NUMBER
68
D
95158-01(1)(2)(3)
3.3
19.8
33.0
150
E
95158-02(1)(2)(3)
7.2
43.2
72.0
220
D
95158-25(1)(2)(3)
13.2
132.0
220
E
95158-03(1)(2)(3)
13.2
132.0
+85 °C
MAX.
RIPPLE
100 kHz
IRMS (A)
+85 °C
+125 °C
CASE
CODE
+25 °C
MAX. DF
(%)
MAX. ESR
AT +25 °C
100 kHz
()
CAPACITANCE
(μF)
+125 °C
+25 °C
6 VDC AT +85 °C; 4 VDC AT +125 °C
10 VDC AT +85 °C; 7 VDC AT +125 °C
47
D
95158-04(1)(2)(3)
3.8
22.8
38.0
4
6
6
0.200
0.87
68
E
95158-05(1)(2)(3)
5.4
32.4
54.0
4
6
6
0.150
1.05
100
D
95158-06(1)(2)(3)
10.0
100.0
125.0
8
12
12
0.100
1.22
100
E
95158-07(1)(2)(3)
8.0
48.0
80.0
6
8
8
0.100
1.28
150
E
95158-08(1)(2)(3)
15.0
150.0
187.5
8
12
12
0.100
1.28
150
D
95158-26(1)(2)(3)
15.0
150.0
187.5
8
12
12
0.100
1.22
220
E
95158-28(1)(2)(3)
15.0
150.0
187.5
8
12
12
0.100
1.28
16 VDC AT +85 °C; 10 VDC AT +125 °C
33
D
95158-09(1)(2)(3)
4.2
25.2
42.0
4
6
6
0.250
0.77
47
D
95158-10(1)(2)(3)
7.5
75.0
94.0
6
9
9
0.200
0.87
100
E
95158-11(1)(2)(3)
16.0
160.0
200.0
8
12
12
0.125
1.15
20 VDC AT +85 °C; 13 VDC AT +125 °C
15
D
95158-12(1)(2)(3)
2.4
14.4
24.0
4
6
6
0.275
0.74
22
D
95158-13(1)(2)(3)
3.5
21.0
35.0
4
6
6
0.275
0.74
47
E
95158-14(1)(2)(3)
7.5
45.0
75.0
4
6
6
0.150
1.05
68
E
95158-15(1)(2)(3)
13.6
136.0
170.0
6
9
9
0.150
1.05
25 VDC AT +85 °C; 17 VDC AT +125 °C
15
D
95158-16(1)(2)(3)
3.8
38.0
46.9
6
9
9
0.275
0.74
15
E
95158-17(1)(2)(3)
3.0
18.0
30.0
4
6
6
0.200
0.91
22
E
95158-18(1)(2)(3)
4.4
26.4
44.0
4
6
6
0.225
0.86
33
E
95158-19(1)(2)(3)
6.6
39.6
66.0
4
6
6
0.175
0.97
0.43
35 VDC AT +85 °C; 23 VDC AT +125 °C
4.7
C
95158-29(1)(2)(3)
1.7
10.2
17.0
6
9
9
0.600
6.8
E
95158-20(1)(2)(3)
1.9
11.4
19.0
4
6
6
0.300
0.74
10
D
95158-27(1)(2)(3)
3.5
35.0
42.0
4
6
6
0.300
0.71
10
E
95158-21(1)(2)(3)
2.8
16.8
28.0
4
6
6
0.250
0.81
15
E
95158-22(1)(2)(3)
5.3
53.0
65.6
6
9
9
0.225
0.86
22
E
95158-23(1)(2)(3)
7.7
77.0
96.3
6
9
9
0.300
0.74
6
6
0.300
0.74
50 VDC AT +85 °C; 33 VDC AT +125 °C
4.7
E
95158-24(1)(2)(3)
1.9
11.4
19.0
4
Note
• Part number definitions:
(1) Tolerance: K, M
(2) Termination finish: B, H
(3) Packaging: T
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Guide for Molded Tantalum Capacitors
INTRODUCTION
Tantalum electrolytic capacitors are the preferred choice in
applications where volumetric efficiency, stable electrical
parameters, high reliability, and long service life are primary
considerations. The stability and resistance to elevated
temperatures of the tantalum / tantalum oxide / manganese
dioxide system make solid tantalum capacitors an
appropriate choice for today's surface mount assembly
technology.
Vishay Sprague has been a pioneer and leader in this field,
producing a large variety of tantalum capacitor types for
consumer, industrial, automotive, military, and aerospace
electronic applications.
Tantalum is not found in its pure state. Rather, it is
commonly found in a number of oxide minerals, often in
combination with Columbium ore. This combination is
known as “tantalite” when its contents are more than
one-half tantalum. Important sources of tantalite include
Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, and several African
countries. Synthetic tantalite concentrates produced from
tin slags in Thailand, Malaysia, and Brazil are also a
significant raw material for tantalum production.
Electronic applications, and particularly capacitors,
consume the largest share of world tantalum production.
Other important applications for tantalum include cutting
tools (tantalum carbide), high temperature super alloys,
chemical processing equipment, medical implants, and
military ordnance.
Vishay Sprague is a major user of tantalum materials in the
form of powder and wire for capacitor elements and rod and
sheet for high temperature vacuum processing.
THE BASICS OF TANTALUM CAPACITORS
Most metals form crystalline oxides which are
non-protecting, such as rust on iron or black oxide on
copper. A few metals form dense, stable, tightly adhering,
electrically insulating oxides. These are the so-called
“valve”metals and include titanium, zirconium, niobium,
tantalum, hafnium, and aluminum. Only a few of these
permit the accurate control of oxide thickness by
electrochemical means. Of these, the most valuable for the
electronics industry are aluminum and tantalum.
Capacitors are basic to all kinds of electrical equipment,
from radios and television sets to missile controls and
automobile ignitions. Their function is to store an electrical
charge for later use.
Capacitors consist of two conducting surfaces, usually
metal plates, whose function is to conduct electricity. They
are separated by an insulating material or dielectric. The
dielectric used in all tantalum electrolytic capacitors is
tantalum pentoxide.
Tantalum pentoxide compound possesses high-dielectric
strength and a high-dielectric constant. As capacitors are
being manufactured, a film of tantalum pentoxide is applied
to their electrodes by means of an electrolytic process. The
film is applied in various thicknesses and at various voltages
and although transparent to begin with, it takes on different
colors as light refracts through it. This coloring occurs on the
tantalum electrodes of all types of tantalum capacitors.
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Rating for rating, tantalum capacitors tend to have as much
as three times better capacitance / volume efficiency than
aluminum electrolytic capacitors. An approximation of the
capacitance / volume efficiency of other types of capacitors
may be inferred from the following table, which shows the
dielectric constant ranges of the various materials used in
each type. Note that tantalum pentoxide has a dielectric
constant of 26, some three times greater than that of
aluminum oxide. This, in addition to the fact that extremely
thin films can be deposited during the electrolytic process
mentioned earlier, makes the tantalum capacitor extremely
efficient with respect to the number of microfarads available
per unit volume. The capacitance of any capacitor is
determined by the surface area of the two conducting
plates, the distance between the plates, and the dielectric
constant of the insulating material between the plates.
COMPARISON OF CAPACITOR
DIELECTRIC CONSTANTS
DIELECTRIC
Air or vacuum
Paper
Plastic
Mineral oil
Silicone oil
Quartz
Glass
Porcelain
Mica
Aluminum oxide
Tantalum pentoxide
Ceramic
e
DIELECTRIC CONSTANT
1.0
2.0 to 6.0
2.1 to 6.0
2.2 to 2.3
2.7 to 2.8
3.8 to 4.4
4.8 to 8.0
5.1 to 5.9
5.4 to 8.7
8.4
26
12 to 400K
In the tantalum electrolytic capacitor, the distance between
the plates is very small since it is only the thickness of the
tantalum pentoxide film. As the dielectric constant of the
tantalum pentoxide is high, the capacitance of a tantalum
capacitor is high if the area of the plates is large:

where
eA
C = ------t
C = capacitance
e = dielectric constant
A = surface area of the dielectric
t = thickness of the dielectric
Tantalum capacitors contain either liquid or solid
electrolytes. In solid electrolyte capacitors, a dry material
(manganese dioxide) forms the cathode plate. A tantalum
lead is embedded in or welded to the pellet, which is in turn
connected to a termination or lead wire. The drawings show
the construction details of the surface mount types of
tantalum capacitors shown in this catalog.
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SOLID ELECTROLYTE TANTALUM CAPACITORS
TANTALUM CAPACITORS FOR ALL DESIGN
CONSIDERATIONS
Solid electrolyte capacitors contain manganese dioxide,
which is formed on the tantalum pentoxide dielectric layer
by impregnating the pellet with a solution of manganous
nitrate. The pellet is then heated in an oven, and the
manganous nitrate is converted to manganese dioxide.
Solid electrolyte designs are the least expensive for a given
rating and are used in many applications where their very
small size for a given unit of capacitance is of importance.
They will typically withstand up to about 10 % of the rated
DC working voltage in a reverse direction. Also important
are their good low temperature performance characteristics
and freedom from corrosive electrolytes.
The pellet is next coated with graphite, followed by a layer
of metallic silver, which provides a conductive surface
between the pellet and the Leadframe.
Vishay Sprague patented the original solid electrolyte
capacitors and was the first to market them in 1956. Vishay
Sprague has the broadest line of tantalum capacitors and
has continued its position of leadership in this field. Data
sheets covering the various types and styles of Vishay
Sprague capacitors for consumer and entertainment
electronics, industry, and military applications are available
where detailed performance characteristics must be
specified.
Molded Chip tantalum capacitor encases the element in
plastic resins, such as epoxy materials. After assembly, the
capacitors are tested and inspected to assure long life and
reliability. It offers excellent reliability and high stability for
consumer and commercial electronics with the added
feature of low cost
Surface mount designs of “Solid Tantalum” capacitors use
lead frames or lead frameless designs as shown in the
accompanying drawings.
MOLDED CHIP CAPACITOR, ALL TYPES EXCEPT 893D / TF3 / T86
Epoxy
Encapsulation
Silver
Adhesive
Anode
Polarity Bar
MnO2/Carbon/
Silver Coating
Solderable
Leadframe
Cathode
Sintered
Termination
Tantalum
Solderable Anode
Termination
MOLDED CHIP CAPACITOR WITH BUILT-IN FUSE, TYPES 893D / TF3 / T86
Epoxy Encapsulation
Silver Adhesive
Anode Polarity Bar
Solderable Cathode
Termination
MnO2/Carbon/Silver
Coating
Sintered Tantalum
Pellet
Fusible
Wire
Lead Frame
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Solderable
Anode Termination
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COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS
SOLID TANTALUM CAPACITORS - MOLDED CASE
SERIES
793DX-CTC3CTC4
293D
593D
TR3
TP3
TL3
High performance,
automotive grade
Very low DCL
PRODUCT IMAGE
Surface mount TANTAMOUNT™, molded case
TYPE
FEATURES
Standard
industrial grade
CECC approved
Low ESR
TEMPERATURE
RANGE
CAPACITANCE
RANGE
VOLTAGE RANGE
CAPACITANCE
TOLERANCE
-55 °C to +125 °C
0.1 μF to 1000 μF
0.1 μF to 100 μF
1 μF to 470 μF
0.47 μF to 1000 μF
0.1 μF to 470 μF
0.1 μF to 470 μF
4 V to 75 V
4 V to 50 V
4 V to 50 V
4 V to 75 V
4 V to 50 V
4 V to 50 V
± 10 %, ± 20 %
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
DISSIPATION
FACTOR
CASE CODES
TERMINATION
Low ESR
0.005 CV or
0.25 μA,
whichever is
greater
0.01 CV or 0.5 μA, whichever is greater
4 % to 30 %
4 % to 6 %
A, B, C, D, E, V
A, B, C, D
4 % to 15 %
4 % to 30 %
4 % to 15 %
4 % to 15 %
A, B, C, D, E
A, B, C, D, E, V, W
A, B, C, D, E
100 % matte tin standard, tin / lead available
A, B, C, D, E
SOLID TANTALUM CAPACITORS - MOLDED CASE
SERIES
TH3
TH4
TH5
893D
TF3
PRODUCT IMAGE
FEATURES
High temperature
+150 °C,
automotive grade
Surface mount TANTAMOUNT™, molded case
High temperature
Very high temperature
+175 °C,
Built-in fuse
+200 °C
automotive grade
TEMPERATURE
RANGE
-55 °C to +150 °C
-55 °C to +175 °C
-55 °C to +200 °C
0.33 μF to 220 μF
10 μF to 47 μF
4.7 μF to 100 μF
0.47 μF to 680 μF
0.47 μF to 470 μF
6.3 V to 50 V
6.3 V to 35 V
5 V to 24 V
4 V to 50 V
4 V to 50 V
TYPE
CAPACITANCE
RANGE
VOLTAGE RANGE
CAPACITANCE
TOLERANCE
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
DISSIPATION
FACTOR
CASE CODES
TERMINATION
Revision: 11-Apr-16
Built-in fuse,
low ESR
-55 °C to +125 °C
± 10 %, ± 20 %
0.01 CV or 0.5 μA, whichever is greater
4 % to 8 %
4.5 % to 6 %
6 % to 10 %
6 % to 15 %
6 % to 15 %
A, B, C, D, E
100 % matte tin
standard, tin / lead and
gold plated available
B, C, D
E
C, D, E
C, D, E
100 % matte tin
Gold plated
100 % matte tin standard
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HIGH RELIABILITY PRODUCTS
SOLID TANTALUM CAPACITORS - MOLDED CASE
SERIES
TM3
T83
T86
CWR11
95158
PRODUCT
IMAGE
TYPE
TANTAMOUNT™,
molded case,
Hi-Rel.
FEATURES
High reliability,
for Medical
Instruments
TANTAMOUNT™, molded case,
Hi-Rel. COTS
High reliability,
standard and
low ESR
TEMPERATURE
RANGE
CAPACITANCE
RANGE
VOLTAGE RANGE
MIL-PRF-55365/8
qualified
Low ESR
-55 °C to +125 °C
1 μF to 220 μF
4 V to 20 V
CAPACITANCE
TOLERANCE
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
High reliability,
built-in fuse,
standard and
low ESR
TANTAMOUNT™, molded case,
DLA approved
0.1 μF to 470 μF 0.47 μF to 330 μF
4 V to 63 V
4.7 μF to 220 μF
4 V to 50 V
± 10 %, ± 20 %
0.005 CV or 0.25 μA,
whichever is greater
0.1 μF to 100 μF
± 5 %, ± 10 %, ± 20 %
± 10 %, ± 20 %
0.01 CV or 0.5 μA, whichever is greater
DISSIPATION
FACTOR
4 % to 8 %
4 % to 15 %
6 % to 16 %
4 % to 6 %
4 % to 12 %
CASE CODES
A, B, C, D, E
A, B, C, D, E
C, D, E
A, B, C, D
C, D, E
TERMINATION
100 % matte tin;
tin / lead
100 % matte tin;
tin / lead;
tin / lead
solder fused
100 % matte tin
Tin / lead;
tin / lead solder fused
Tin / lead solder plated;
gold plated
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PLASTIC TAPE AND REEL PACKAGING in inches [millimeters]
0.157 ± 0.004
[4.0 ± 0.10]
Tape thickness
Deformation
between
embossments
0.014
[0.35]
MAX.
0.059 + 0.004 - 0.0
[1.5 + 0.10 - 0.0]
Top
cover
tape
B1 MAX.
(Note 6)
Center lines
of cavity
0.069 ± 0.004
[1.75 ± 0.10]
Embossment
0.030 [0.75]
MIN. (Note 3)
B0
Top
cover
tape
For tape feeder
reference only
including draft.
Concentric around B0
(Note 5)
0.079 ± 0.002
[2.0 ± 0.05]
A0
K0
0.004 [0.1]
MAX.
10 pitches cumulative
tolerance on tape
± 0.008 [0.200]
20°
F
W
Maxim um
component
rotation
0.030 [0.75]
MIN. (Note 4)
(Side or front sectional view)
P1
USER DIRECTION OF FEED
Maximum
cavity size
(Note 1)
D1 MIN. for components
0.079 x 0.047 [2.0 x 1.2] and larger .
(Note 5)
Cathode (-)
Anode (+)
Direction of Feed
20° maximum
component rotation
Typical
component
cavity
center line
B0
A0
(Top view)
Typical
component
center line
Tape and Reel Specifications: all case sizes are available
on plastic embossed tape per EIA-481. Standard reel
diameter is 7" [178 mm], 13" [330 mm] reels are available and
recommended as the most cost effective packaging method.
3.937 [100.0]
0.039 [1.0]
MAX.
Tape
0.039 [1.0]
MAX.
0.9843 [250.0]
Camber
(top view)
Allowable camber to be 0.039/3.937 [1/100]
non-cumulative over 9.843 [250.0]
The most efficient packaging quantities are full reel
increments on a given reel diameter. The quantities shown
allow for the sealed empty pockets required to be in
conformance with EIA-481. Reel size and packaging
orientation must be specified in the Vishay Sprague part
number.
Notes
• Metric dimensions will govern. Dimensions in inches are rounded and for reference only.
(1) A , B , K , are determined by the maximum dimensions to the ends of the terminals extending from the component body and / or the body
0
0
0
dimensions of the component. The clearance between the ends of the terminals or body of the component to the sides and depth of the
cavity (A0, B0, K0) must be within 0.002" (0.05 mm) minimum and 0.020" (0.50 mm) maximum. The clearance allowed must also prevent
rotation of the component within the cavity of not more than 20°.
(2) Tape with components shall pass around radius “R” without damage. The minimum trailer length may require additional length to provide
“R” minimum for 12 mm embossed tape for reels with hub diameters approaching N minimum.
(3) This dimension is the flat area from the edge of the sprocket hole to either outward deformation of the carrier tape between the embossed
cavities or to the edge of the cavity whichever is less.
(4) This dimension is the flat area from the edge of the carrier tape opposite the sprocket holes to either the outward deformation of the carrier
tape between the embossed cavity or to the edge of the cavity whichever is less.
(5) The embossed hole location shall be measured from the sprocket hole controlling the location of the embossement. Dimensions of
embossement location shall be applied independent of each other.
(6) B dimension is a reference dimension tape feeder clearance only.
1
CASE
TAPE
B1
CODE
SIZE
(MAX.)
MOLDED CHIP CAPACITORS; ALL TYPES
A
0.165
8 mm
[4.2]
B
C
D
0.32
E
12 mm
[8.2]
V
W
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D1
(MIN.)
F
K0
(MAX.)
P1
W
0.039
[1.0]
0.138 ± 0.002
[3.5 ± 0.05]
0.094
[2.4]
0.157 ± 0.004
[4.0 ± 1.0]
0.315 ± 0.012
[8.0 ± 0.30]
0.059
[1.5]
0.217 ± 0.00
[5.5 ± 0.05]
0.177
[4.5]
0.315 ± 0.004
[8.0 ± 1.0]
0.472 ± 0.012
[12.0 ± 0.30]
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RECOMMENDED REFLOW PROFILES
Capacitors should withstand reflow profile as per J-STD-020 standard
TEMPERATURE (°C)
Tp
TL
Ts max.
TC - 5 °C
tp
Max. ramp-up rate = 3 °C/s
Max. ramp-down rate = 6 °C/s
tL
Preheat area
Ts min.
ts
25
Time 25 °C to peak
TIME (s)
PROFILE FEATURE
Preheat / soak
Temperature min. (Ts min.)
Temperature max. (Ts max.)
Time (ts) from (Ts min. to Ts max.)
Ramp-up
Ramp-up rate (TL to Tp)
Liquidous temperature (TL)
Time (tL) maintained above TL
Peak package body temperature (Tp)
Time (tp) within 5 °C of the specified
classification temperature (TC)
Time 25 °C to peak temperature
Ramp-down
Ramp-down rate (Tp to TL)
SnPb EUTECTIC ASSEMBLY
LEAD (Pb)-FREE ASSEMBLY
100 °C
150 °C
60 s to 120 s
150 °C
200 °C
60 s to 120 s
3 °C/s max.
3 °C/s max.
183 °C
217 °C
60 s to 150 s
60 s to 150 s
Depends on case size - see table below
20 s
30 s
6 min max.
8 min max.
6 °C/s max.
6 °C/s max.
PEAK PACKAGE BODY TEMPERATURE (Tp)
PEAK PACKAGE BODY TEMPERATURE (Tp)
SnPb EUTECTIC PROCESS
LEAD (Pb)-FREE PROCESS
CASE CODE
A, B, C, V
235 °C
260 °C
D, E, W
220 °C
250 °C
PAD DIMENSIONS in inches [millimeters]
B
D
C
A
A
(MIN.)
MOLDED CHIP CAPACITORS, ALL TYPES
A
0.071 [1.80]
B
0.118 [3.00]
C
0.118 [3.00]
D
0.157 [4.00]
E
0.157 [4.00]
V
0.157 [4.00]
W
0.185 [4.70]
CASE CODE
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B
(NOM.)
C
(NOM.)
D
(NOM.)
0.067 [1.70]
0.071 [1.80]
0.094 [2.40]
0.098 [2.50]
0.098 [2.50]
0.098 [2.50]
0.098 [2.50]
0.053 [1.35]
0.065 [1.65]
0.118 [3.00]
0.150 [3.80]
0.150 [3.80]
0.150 [3.80]
0.150 [3.80]
0.187 [4.75]
0.207 [5.25]
0.307 [7.80]
0.346 [8.80]
0.346 [8.80]
0.346 [8.80]
0.346 [8.80]
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GUIDE TO APPLICATION
1.
AC Ripple Current: the maximum allowable ripple
current shall be determined from the formula:
I R MS =
P
-----------R ESR
shown. It is important that the equivalent IRMS value
be established when calculating permissible
operating levels. (Power dissipation calculated using
+25 °C temperature rise).
6.
Printed Circuit Board Materials: molded capacitors
are compatible with commonly used printed circuit
board materials (alumina substrates, FR4, FR5, G10,
PTFE-fluorocarbon and porcelanized steel).
7.
Attachment:
7.1
Solder Paste: the recommended thickness of the
solder paste after application is 0.007" ± 0.001"
[0.178 mm ± 0.025 mm]. Care should be exercised in
selecting the solder paste. The metal purity should be
as high as practical. The flux (in the paste) must be
active enough to remove the oxides formed on the
metallization prior to the exposure to soldering heat. In
practice this can be aided by extending the solder
preheat time at temperatures below the liquidous
state of the solder.
7.2
Soldering: capacitors can be attached by
conventional soldering techniques; vapor phase,
convection reflow, infrared reflow, wave soldering,
and hot plate methods. The soldering profile charts
show recommended time / temperature conditions
for soldering. Preheating is recommended. The
recommended maximum ramp rate is 2 °C per s.
Attachment with a soldering iron is not
recommended due to the difficulty of controlling
temperature and time at temperature. The soldering
iron must never come in contact with the capacitor.
where,
P=
power dissipation in W at +25 °C as given in
the tables in the product datasheets (Power
Dissipation).
RESR = the capacitor equivalent series resistance at
the specified frequency
2.
AC Ripple Voltage: the maximum allowable ripple
voltage shall be determined from the formula:
V RMS = I R MS x Z
or, from the formula:
P
V R MS = Z -----------R ESR
where,
P=
power dissipation in W at +25 °C as given in
the tables in the product datasheets (Power
Dissipation).
RESR = the capacitor equivalent series resistance at
the specified frequency
Z=
2.1
2.2
the capacitor impedance at the specified
frequency
The sum of the peak AC voltage plus the applied DC
voltage shall not exceed the DC voltage rating of the
capacitor.
The sum of the negative peak AC voltage plus the
applied DC voltage shall not allow a voltage reversal
exceeding 10 % of the DC working voltage at
+25 °C.
3.
Reverse Voltage: solid tantalum capacitors are not
intended for use with reverse voltage applied.
However, they have been shown to be capable of
withstanding momentary reverse voltage peaks of up
to 10 % of the DC rating at 25 °C and 5 % of the DC
rating at +85 °C.
4.
Temperature Derating: if these capacitors are to be
operated at temperatures above +25 °C, the
permissible RMS ripple current shall be calculated
using the derating factors as shown:
TEMPERATURE (°C)
+25
+85
+125
+150 (1)
+175 (1)
+200 (1)
DERATING FACTOR
1.0
0.9
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
Note
(1) Applicable for dedicated high temperature product
series
5.
Power Dissipation: power dissipation will be
affected by the heat sinking capability of the
mounting surface. Non-sinusoidal ripple current may
produce heating effects which differ from those
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7.2.1 Backward and Forward Compatibility: capacitors
with SnPb or 100 % tin termination finishes can be
soldered using SnPb or lead (Pb)-free soldering
processes.
8.
Cleaning (Flux Removal) After Soldering: molded
capacitors are compatible with all commonly used
solvents such as TES, TMS, Prelete, Chlorethane,
Terpene and aqueous cleaning media. However,
CFC / ODS products are not used in the production
of these devices and are not recommended.
Solvents containing methylene chloride or other
epoxy solvents should be avoided since these will
attack the epoxy encapsulation material.
8.1
When using ultrasonic cleaning, the board may
resonate if the output power is too high. This
vibration can cause cracking or a decrease in the
adherence of the termination. DO NOT EXCEED 9W/l
at 40 kHz for 2 min.
9.
Recommended Mounting Pad Geometries: proper
mounting pad geometries are essential for
successful solder connections. These dimensions
are highly process sensitive and should be designed
to minimize component rework due to unacceptable
solder joints. The dimensional configurations shown
are the recommended pad geometries for both wave
and reflow soldering techniques. These dimensions
are intended to be a starting point for circuit board
designers and may be fine tuned if necessary based
upon the peculiarities of the soldering process and /
or circuit board design.
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ELECTRICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
ITEM
PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Category temperature range
-55 °C to +85 °C (to +125 °C with voltage derating)
Capacitance tolerance
± 20 %, ± 10 %, tested via bridge method, at 25 °C, 120 Hz
Dissipation factor
Limit per Standard Ratings table. Tested via bridge method, at 25 °C, 120 Hz
ESR
Limit per Standard Ratings table. Tested via bridge method, at 25 °C, 100 kHz
Leakage current
After application of rated voltage applied to capacitors for 5 min using a steady source of power with 1 k
resistor in series with the capacitor under test, leakage current at 25 °C is not more than described in
Standard Ratings table of appropriate datasheet.
Note that the leakage current varies with temperature and applied voltage. See graph below for the
appropriate adjustment factor.
Reverse voltage
Capacitors are capable of withstanding peak voltages in the reverse direction equal to:
10 % of the DC rating at +25 °C
5 % of the DC rating at +85 °C
1 % of the DC rating at +125 °C
Vishay does not recommend intentional or repetitive application of reverse voltage.
Ripple current
For maximum ripple current values calculation (at 25 °C) refer to “Guide to Application” part of product
guide which is linked with relevant datasheet. If capacitors are to be used at temperatures above +25 °C,
the permissible ripple current (or voltage) shall be calculated using the derating factors:
1.0 at +25 °C
0.9 at +85 °C
0.4 at +125 °C
Maximum operating and surge
voltages vs. temperature
+85 °C
+125 °C
RATED VOLTAGE
(V)
SURGE VOLTAGE
(V)
CATEGORY VOLTAGE
(V)
4.0
5.3
2.7
6.3
8.0
4.0
10
13.3
6.7
15 / 16
20
10
20
26.7
13.3
25
33.3
16.7
35
46.7
23.3
50
66.7
33.3
Notes
• All information presented in this document reflects typical performance characteristics
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TYPICAL LEAKAGE CURRENT - TEMPERATURE FACTOR
100
Leakage Current Factor
+125 °C
10
+85 °C
+55 °C
+25 °C
1.0
0 °C
0.1
-55 °C
0.01
0.001
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Percent of Rated Voltage
Notes
• At +25 °C, the leakage current shall not exceed the value listed in the Standard Ratings table.
• At +85 °C, the leakage current shall not exceed 10 times the value listed in the Standard Ratings table.
• At +125 °C, the leakage current shall not exceed 12 times the value listed in the Standard Ratings table.
ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
ITEM
CONDITION
POST TEST PERFORMANCE
Moisture resistance
MIL-STD-202, method 106, 20 cycles
Capacitance change
Dissipation factor
Leakage current
Within ± 15 % of initial value
Shall not exceed 150 % of initial limit
Shall not exceed 200 % of initial limit
Visual examination: there shall be no evidence of harmful corrosion,
mechanical damage, or obliteration of marking (if applicable)
Stability at low and
high temperatures
MIL-PRF-55365
Step
Test Temperature (°C)
1
+25 ± 3
2
-55 + 0 / - 6
3
+25 ± 3
4
+85 + 4 / - 0
5
+125 + 4 / - 0
6
+25 ± 3
Delta cap limit at -55 °C is ± 10 % (20 % for CWR15) of initial value
Delta cap limit at 85 °C is ± 10 % (15 % for CWR15) of initial value
Delta cap limit at 125 °C is ± 15 % (20 % for CWR15) of initial value
Delta cap at step 3 and final step 25 °C is ± 5 % (10 % for CWR15) of
initial value
DCL at 85 °C: 10 x initial specified value
DCL at 125 °C: 12 x initial specified value
DCL at 25 °C: initial specified value at rated voltage
DF change: refer to performance specification sheet for applicable
capacitor style
Surge voltage
MIL-PRF-55365
1000 successive test cycles at 85 °C of
applicable surge voltage (as specified in the
table above), in series with a 33  resistor at
the rate of 30 s ON, 30 s OFF
Capacitance change
Dissipation factor
Leakage current
Within ± 5 % of initial value
Initial specified limit
Initial specified limit
Life test at +85 °C
MIL-STD-202, method 108
2000 h application of rated voltage at 85 °C
Capacitance change
Dissipation factor
Leakage current
Within ± 5 % (10 % for CWR15) of initial value
Initial specified limit
Shall not exceed 200 % of initial limit
There shall be no evidence of harmful corrosion or obliteration of
marking (if applicable), mechanical damage, intermittent shorts, or
permanent shorts or opens
Life test at +125 °C
MIL-STD-202, method 108
2000 h application 2/3 of rated voltage at
125 °C
Capacitance change
Dissipation factor
Leakage current
Within ± 5 % (10 % for CWR15) of initial value
Initial specified limit
Shall not exceed 200 % of initial limit
There shall be no evidence of harmful corrosion or obliteration of
marking (if applicable), mechanical damage, intermittent shorts, or
permanent shorts or opens
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MECHANICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
ITEM
CONDITION
POST TEST PERFORMANCE
Vibration
MIL-STD-202, method 204, condition D, 10 Hz to 2000 Hz,
20 g peak, in 2 directions, 4 hours in each, at rated voltage
Measurements during vibration: During the last cycle
of each plane, electrical measurements shall be made
to determine the intermittent open or short circuits.
Intermittent contact and arcing shall also be
determined.
Measurements after vibration: not applicable 
Visual examination after test: there shall be no
evidence of mechanical damage
Thermal shock
(mounted)
MIL-STD-202, method 107
-65 °C / +125 °C, for 10 cycles, 30 min at each temperature
Capacitance change
Dissipation factor
Leakage current
Within ± 5 % of initial value
Initial specified limit
Initial specified limit
Visual examination: there shall be no evidence of
harmful corrosion, mechanical damage, or
obliteration of marking (if applicable)
Resistance
to soldering heat
MIL-STD-202, method 210, condition J (convection reflow,
235 °C ± 5 °C), one heat cycle
Capacitance change
Dissipation factor
Leakage current
Within ± 5 % of initial value
Initial specified limit
Initial specified limit
Visual examination: there shall be no evidence of
mechanical damage
MIL-STD-202, method 208, ANSI/J-STD-002, test B
(dip- and look, 245 °C ± 5 °C).
Preconditioning per category C (steam aging, 8 hours).
Does not apply to gold terminations.
Solder coating of all capacitors shall meet specified
requirements.
Resistance to
solvents
MIL-STD-202, method 215
There shall be no mechanical or visual damage to
capacitors post-conditioning. Body marking shall
remain legible and shall not smear.
Flammability
Encapsulation materials meet UL 94 V-0 with an oxygen
index of 32 %
Solderability
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capacitors post-conditioning.
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