550D Datasheet

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Solid-Electrolyte TANTALEX™ Capacitors
for High Frequency Power Supplies
FEATURES
• Terminations: tin / lead (SnPb),
100 % tin (RoHS-compliant)
Available
• Hermetically-sealed, axial-lead solid tantalum
capacitors
Available
• Small size and long life
PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Operating Temperature: -55 °C to +125 °C
(above 85 °C, voltage derating is required)
Capacitance Tolerance: at 1 kHz, +25 °C
± 20 %, ± 10 % standard. ± 5 % available as special
Dissipation Factor: at 1 kHz, +25 °C.
Dissipation factor, as determined from the expression
2fCR, shall not exceed the values listed in the standard
ratings tables
DC Leakage Current (DCL Max.):
at +25 °C: leakage current shall not exceed the values listed
in the Standard Ratings table
at +85 °C: leakage current shall not exceed 10 times the
values listed in the Standard Ratings table
at +125 °C: leakage shall not exceed 15 times the values
listed in the standard ratings tables
Life Test: capacitors shall withstand rated DC voltage
applied at +85 °C for 2000 h or derated DC voltage applied
at +125 °C for 1000 h
Following the life test:
1. DCL shall not exceed 125 % of the initial requirements
2. Dissipation factor shall meet the initial requirement
3. Change in capacitance shall not exceed ± 5 %
• Exceptional capacitance stability and excellent resistance
to severe environmental conditions
• The military equivalent of the 550D is the M39003/09 (style
CSR21) which is qualified to MIL-PRF-39003/9
• Material categorization: for definitions of compliance
please see www.vishay.com/doc?99912
Note
* This datasheet provides information about parts that are
RoHS-compliant and / or parts that are non-RoHS-compliant. For
example, parts with lead (Pb) terminations are not RoHS-compliant.
Please see the information / tables in this datasheet for details.
APPLICATIONS
Designed for power supply filtering applications at above
100 kHz.
ORDERING INFORMATION
550D
157
X0
006
R
2
T
E3
MODEL
CAPACITANCE
CAPACITANCE
TOLERANCE
DC VOLTAGE RATING
AT +85 °C
CASE
CODE
STYLE
NUMBER
PACKAGING
RoHSCOMPLIANT
This is expressed in
picofarads. The first two
digits are the significant
figures. The third is the
number of zeros to
follow. Standard
capacitance ratings are
in accordance with EIA
preferred number series
wherever possible.
X0 = ± 20 %
X9 = ± 10 %
X5 = ± 5 % *
* Special order
This is expressed
in volts. To complete
the three-digit block,
zeros precede the
voltage rating.
See
Ratings
and Case
Codes
table
2=
insulated
sleeve
T = tape and
reel
B = bulk (tray)
pack
G = ammo
pack
E3 = 100 % tin
termination
(RoHS-compliant)
Blank = SnPb
termination
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DIMENSIONS in inches [millimeters]
1.500 ± 0.250
[38.10 ± 6.35]
L1
1.500 ± 0.250
[38.10 ± 6.35]
D
dia.
Positive lead
+
-
Solid tinned
nickel leads
J
max.
CASE
CODE
D
L1
R
0.289 ± 0.016 [7.34 ± 0.41]
0.686 ± 0.031 [17.42 ± 0.79]
S
0.351 ± 0.016 [8.92 ± 0.41]
0.786 ± 0.031 [19.96 ± 0.79]
WITH INSULATING
SLEEVE (1)
0.047 [1.19] max.
0.125 [3.18] max.
LEAD SIZE
J (MAX.)
AWG NO.
NOMINAL DIA.
0.822 [20.880]
22
0.025 [0.64]
0.922 [23.420]
22
0.025 [0.64]
Note
(1) When a shrink-fitted insulation is used, it shall lap over the ends of the capacitor body
STANDARD RATINGS
CAPACITANCE
(μF)
CASE CODE
PART NUMBER
MAX. DCL
AT +25 °C
(μA)
MAX. DF
AT +25 °C
1 kHz (%)
MAX. ESR
AT +25 °C
100 kHz ()
6 VDC AT +85 °C, SURGE = 8 V; 4 VDC AT +125 °C, SURGE = 5 V
150
R
550D157(1)006R2
9
10
0.065
180
R
550D187(1)006R2
11
10
0.060
220
S
550D227(1)006S2
12
10
0.055
270
S
550D277(1)006S2
13
10
0.050
330
S
550D337(1)006S2
15
12
0.045
10 VDC AT +85 °C, SURGE = 13 V; 7 VDC AT +125 °C, SURGE = 9 V
82
R
550D826(1)010R2
8
8
0.085
100
R
550D107(1)010R2
10
8
0.075
120
R
550D127(1)010R2
12
8
0.070
150
S
550D157(1)010S2
15
8
0.065
180
S
550D187(1)010S2
18
8
0.060
220
S
550D227(1)010S2
20
10
0.055
15 VDC AT +85 °C, SURGE = 20 V; 10 VDC AT +125 °C, SURGE = 12 V
56
R
550D566(1)015R2
8
6
0.100
68
R
550D686(1)015R2
10
6
0.095
82
S
550D826(1)015S2
12
6
0.085
100
S
550D107(1)015S2
15
8
0.075
120
S
550D127(1)015S2
18
8
0.070
150
S
550D157(1)015S2
20
8
0.065
Note
• Part number definitions:
(1) Tolerance: for 10 % tolerance specify X9; for 20 % specify “X0”; for 5 % “X5” (special order)
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STANDARD RATINGS
CAPACITANCE
(μF)
CASE CODE
PART NUMBER
MAX. DCL
AT +25 °C
(μA)
MAX. DF
AT +25 °C
1 kHz (%)
MAX. ESR
AT +25 °C
100 kHz ()
20 VDC AT +85 °C, SURGE = 26 V; 13 VDC AT +125 °C, SURGE = 16 V
27
R
550D276(1)020R2
5
5
0.145
33
R
550D336(1)020R2
7
5
0.130
39
R
550D396(1)020R2
8
5
0.120
47
R
550D476(1)020R2
9
6
0.110
56
S
550D566(1)020S2
11
6
0.100
68
S
550D686(1)020S2
14
6
0.095
82
S
550D826(1)020S2
16
6
0.085
100
S
550D107(1)020S2
20
8
0.075
35 VDC AT +85 °C, SURGE = 46 V; 23 VDC AT +125 °C, SURGE = 28 V
8.2
R
550D825(1)035R2
3
4
0.250
10
R
550D106(1)035R2
4
4
0.230
12
R
550D126(1)035R2
4
4
0.210
15
R
550D156(1)035R2
5
4
0.190
18
R
550D186(1)035R2
6
4
0.175
22
R
550D226(1)035R2
8
4
0.160
27
S
550D276(1)035S2
9
4
0.145
33
S
550D336(1)035S2
11
5
0.130
39
S
550D396(1)035S2
14
5
0.120
47
S
550D476(1)035S2
16
5
0.110
50 VDC AT +85 °C, SURGE = 65 V; 33 VDC AT +125 °C, SURGE = 40 V
5.6
R
550D565(1)050R2
4
3
0.300
6.8
R
550D685(1)050R2
4
3
0.275
8.2
R
550D825(1)050R2
5
3
0.250
10
R
550D106(1)050R2
5
3
0.230
12
R
550D126(1)050R2
6
3
0.210
15
R
550D156(1)050R2
8
3
0.190
18
R
550D186(1)050R2
9
4
0.175
22
S
550D226(1)050S2
11
4
0.160
Note
• Part number definitions:
(1) Tolerance: for 10 % tolerance specify X9; for 20 % specify “X0”; for 5 % “X5” (special order)
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TAPE AND REEL PACKAGING in inches (millimeters)
13.0 (330.2)
“A”
Standard reel
Tape
spacing
B
1.126 to 3.07
(28.6 to 78.0)
A
I. D. reel hub
Component
spacing
1.374 to 3.626
(34.9 to 92.1)
0.047 [1.19] max.
Off center (1. a)
0.625 ± 0.0062 dia.
(15.88 ± 1.575)
dia. thru hole
Label (4. a)
0.125 (3.18) max.
0.250 (6.35) (3. b)
0.750 (19.05)
“A”
Section “A” - “A”
0.031 (0.79) (3. f)
Both sides (3. f)
DIMENSIONS in inches (millimeters)
CASE
CODE
COMPONENT SPACING
A
R
S
0.400 ± 0.015
[10.16 ± 0.38]
0.400 ± 0.015
[10.16 ± 0.38]
TAPE AND REEL
TAPE SPACING
UNITS PER REEL
B
2.875 ± 0.062
500
[73.03 ± 1.57]
2.875 ± 0.062
500
[73.03 ± 1.57]
AMMO PACK
TAPE SPACING
UNITS PER BOX
B
2.063 ± 0.073
250
[53 ± 2]
2.063 ± 0.073
250
[53 ± 2]
STANDARD REEL PACKAGING INFORMATION
1. Component Leads
a. Component leads shall not be bent beyond 0.047"
[1.19 mm] maximum from their nominal position when
measured from the leading edge of the component lead
at the inside tape edge and at the lead egress from the
component.
b. The “C” dimension shall be governed by the overall
length of the reel packaged component. The distance
between flanges shall be 0.125" to 0.250" [3.18 mm to
6.35 mm] greater than the overall component length.
2. Orientation
All polarized components must be oriented to one
direction. The cathode lead tape shall be a color and the
anode lead tape shall be white.
3. Reeling
a. Components on any reel shall not represent more than
two date codes when date code identification is required.
b. Component leads shall be positioned between pairs of
0.250" [6.35 mm] tape.
c. The disposable reels have hubs and corrugated
fibreboard flanges and core or equivalent.
d. A minimum of 12.0" [304.8 mm] leader of tape shall be
provided before the first and after the last component on
the reel.
e. 50 lb or 60 lb. Kraft paper must be wound between layer
of components as far as necessary for component
protection. Width of paper to be 0.062" to 0.250"
[1.57 mm to 6.35 mm] less than the “C” dimension
of the reel.
f. A row of components must be centered between tapes
± 0.047" [1.19 mm]. In addition, individual components
may deviate from center of component row ± 0.031"
[0.79 mm].
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g. Staples shall not be used for splicing. Not more than
4 layers of tape shall be used in any splice area and no
tape shall be offset from another by more than 0.031"
[0.79 mm] non-cumulative. Tape splices shall overlap at
least 6.0" [152.4 mm] for butt joints and at least 3.0"
[76.2 mm] for lap joints and shall not be weaker than
unspliced tape. Universal splicing clips may also be used.
h. Quantity per reel shall be controlled so that tape
components and cover shall not extend beyond the
smallest dimension of the flange (either across flats or
diameter). Once the quantity per reel for each part
number has been established, future orders for that part
number shall be packaged in that quantity. When order or
release quantity is less than the established quantity, a
standard commercial pack is to be used.
i. A maximum of 0.25 % of the components per reel
quantity may be missing without consecutive missing
components.
j. Adequate protection must be provided to prevent
physical damage to both reel and components during
shipment and storage.
4. Marking
Minimum reel and carton marking shall consist of the
following: customer part number, purchase order no.,
quantity, package date, manufacturer’s name, electrical
value, date code, Vishay Sprague part number and
country of origin.
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TYPICAL CURVES AT +25 °C, IMPEDANCE AND ESR VS. FREQUENCY
10
10
IMPEDANCE
IMPEDANCE
ESR
ESR
1
330 μF, 6 V
180 μF, 6 V
120 μF, 10 V
120 μF, 10 V
180 μF, 6 V
0.1
220 μF, 10 V


1
0.1
220 μF, 10 V
150 μF, 6 V
0.01
0.01
100
1K
10K
100K
1M
100
10M
1K
10K
100K
1M
10M
FREQUENCY IN Hz
FREQUENCY IN Hz
10
10
IMPEDANCE
IMPEDANCE
ESR
ESR
1
1
150 μF, 15 V
47 μF, 20 V

100 μF, 20 V
68 μF, 15 V

68 μF, 15 V
47 μF, 20 V
0.1
0.1
150 μF, 15 V
100 μF, 20 V
0.01
0.01
100
1K
10K
100K
1M
10M
100
1K
FREQUENCY IN Hz
10K
100K
1M
10M
FREQUENCY IN Hz
10
10
IMPEDANCE
IMPEDANCE
ESR
ESR
47 μF, 35 V
22 μF, 50 V
1
1
22 μF, 35 V


22 μF, 35 V
18 μF, 50 V
18 μF, 50 V
0.1
0.1
22 μF, 50 V
47 μF, 35 V
0.01
0.01
100
1K
10K
100K
FREQUENCY IN Hz
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1M
10M
100
1K
10K
100K
1M
10M
FREQUENCY IN Hz
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PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
1.
Operating Temperature: capacitors are designed to
operate over the temperature range of -55 °C to +85
°C with no derating.
6.
Dissipation Factor: the dissipation factor,
determined from the expression 2fCR, shall not
exceed values listed in the Standard Ratings table.
1.1
Capacitors may be operated up to +125 °C with
voltage derating to two-thirds the +85 °C rating.
6.1
Measurements shall be made by the bridge method
at, or referred to, a frequency of 1000 Hz and a
temperature of +25 °C.
7.
Leakage Current: capacitors shall be stabilized at
the rated temperature for 30 min. Rated voltage shall
be applied to capacitors for 5 min using a steady
source of power (such as a regulated power supply)
with 1000  resistor connected in series with the
capacitor under test to limit the charging current.
Leakage current shall then be measured.
+85 °C RATING
WORKING
VOLTAGE
(V)
3.
3.1
3.2
SURGE
VOLTAGE
(V)
WORKING
VOLTAGE
(V)
SURGE
VOLTAGE
(V)
5
6
8
4
10
13
7
9
15
20
10
12
20
26
13
16
35
46
23
28
50
65
33
40
DC Working Voltage: the DC working voltage is the
maximum operating voltage for continuous duty at
the rated temperature.
TYPICAL LEAKAGE CURRENT FACTOR
RANGE AT +25 °C
Surge Voltage: the surge DC rating is the maximum
voltage to which the capacitors may be subjected
under any conditions, including transients and peak
ripple at the highest line voltage.
1.0
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
Surge Voltage Test: capacitors shall withstand the
surge voltage applied in series with a 33  ± 5 %
resistor at the rate of 1.5 min on, 1.5 min off at
+85 °C, for 1000 successive test cycles.
Following the surge voltage test, the dissipation
factor and the leakage current shall meet the initial
requirements; the capacitance shall not have
changed more than ± 10 %.
4.
Capacitance Tolerance: the capacitance of all
capacitors shall be within the specified tolerance
limits of the nominal rating.
4.1
Capacitance measurements shall be made by means
of polarized capacitance bridge. The polarizing
voltage shall be of such magnitude that there shall be
no reversal of polarity due to the AC component. The
maximum voltage applied to capacitors during
measurement shall be 2 VRMS at 1000 Hz at +25 °C.
If the AC voltage applied is less than 0.5 VRMS, no DC
bias is required. Measurement accuracy of the
bridge shall be within ± 2 %.
5.
Note that the leakage current varies with temperature
and applied voltage. See graph below for the
appropriate adjustment factor.
Capacitance Change with Temperature: the
capacitance change with temperature shall not
exceed the following percentage of the capacitance
measured at +25 %
-55 °C
+85 °C
+125 °C
-10 %
+8 %
+12 %
0.3
0.2
0.1
LEAKAGE CURRENT FACTOR
2.
+125 °C RATING
0.08
0.07
0.06
0.05
0.04
0.03
0.02
0.01
0.008
0.007
0.006
0.005
0.004
0.003
0.002
0.001
0
10 20 30
40
50
60
70 80 90 100
PERCENT OF RATED VOLTAGE


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PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS (Continued)
7.1
7.2
7.3
8.
8.1
9.
9.1
10.
10.1
10.2
10.2.1
10.2.2
10.2.3
10.2.4
10.3
10.3.1
10.3.2
10.3.3
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
15 times the value listed in the Standard Ratings
table.
Life Test: capacitors shall withstand rated DC
voltage applied at +85 °C for 2000 h or rated DC
voltage applied at +125 °C for 1000 h.
Following the life test, the dissipation factor shall
meet the initial requirement; the capacitance change
shall not exceed ± 2 %; the leakage current shall not
exceed 125 % of the original requirement.
Shelf Test: capacitors shall withstand a shelf test for
5000 h at a temperature of +85 °C, with no voltage
applied.
Following the shelf test, the leakage current shall
meet the initial requirement; the dissipation factor
shall not exceed 150 % of the initial requirement; the
capacitance change shall not exceed ± 5 %.
Vibration Tests: capacitors shall be subjected to
vibration tests in accordance with the following
criteria.
Capacitors shall be secured for test by means of a
rigid mounting using suitable brackets.
Low Frequency Vibration: vibration shall consist of a
simple harmonic motion having an amplitude of
0.03" [0.76] and a maximum total excursion of 0.06"
[1.52], in a direction perpendicular to the major axis
of the capacitor.
Vibration frequency shall be varied uniformly
between the approximate limits of 10 Hz to 55 Hz
during a period of approximately one minute,
continuously for 1 h and 1.5 h.
A cathode ray oscilloscope or other comparable
means shall be used in determining electrical
intermittency during the final 30 minutes of the test.
The AC voltage applied shall not exceed 2 VRMS.
Electrical tests shall show no evidence of intermittent
contacts, open circuits or short circuits during these
tests.
Following the low frequency vibration test,
capacitors shall meet the original requirements for
leakage current and dissipation factor; capacitance
change shall not exceed ± 5 % of the original
measured value.
High Frequency Vibration: vibration shall consist of
a simple harmonic motion having an amplitude of
0.06" [1.52] ± 10 % maximum total excursion or 20 g
peak, whichever is less.
Vibration frequency shall be varied logarithmically
from 50 Hz to 2000 Hz and return to 50 Hz during a
cycle period of 20 min.
The vibration shall be applied for 4 h in each of
2 directions, parallel and perpendicular to the major
axis of the capacitors.
Rated DC voltage shall be applied during the
vibration cycling.
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10.3.4 A cathode ray oscilloscope or other comparable
means shall be used in determining electrical
intermittency during test. The AC voltage applied
shall not exceed 2 VRMS.
10.3.5 Electrical tests shall show no evidence of intermittent
contacts, open circuits or short circuits during these
tests.
10.3.6 There shall be no mechanical damage to these
capacitors as a result of these tests.
10.3.7 Following the high frequency vibration test,
capacitors shall meet the original limits for
capacitance, dissipation factor and leakage current.
11.
Acceleration Test:
11.1 Capacitors shall be rigidly mounted by means of
suitable brackets.
11.2 Capacitors shall be subjected to a constant
acceleration of 100 g for a period of 10 s in each of 2
mutually perpendicular planes.
11.2.1 The direction of motion shall be parallel to and
perpendicular to the cylindrical axis of the
capacitors.
11.3 Rated DC voltage shall be applied during
acceleration test.
11.3.1 A cathode ray oscilloscope or other comparable
means shall be used in determining electrical
intermittency during test. The AC voltage applied
shall not exceed 2 VRMS.
11.4 Electrical tests shall show no evidence of intermittent
contacts, open circuits or short circuits during these
tests.
11.5 There shall be no mechanical damage to these
capacitors as a result of these tests.
11.6 Following the acceleration test, capacitors shall meet
the original limits for capacitance, dissipation factor
and leakage current.
12.
Shock Test:
12.1 Capacitors shall be rigidly mounted by means of
suitable brackets. The test load shall be distributed
uniformly on the test platform to minimize the effects
of unbalanced loads.
12.1.1 Test equipment shall be adjusted to produce a shock
of 100 g peak with a duration of 6 ms and a sawtooth
waveform at a velocity change of 9.7 ft./s.
12.2 Capacitors shall be subjected to 3 shocks applied in
each of 3 directions corresponding to the 3 mutually
perpendicular axes of the capacitors.
12.3 Rated DC voltage shall be applied to capacitors
during test.
12.3.1 A cathode ray oscilloscope or other comparable
means shall be used in determining electrical
intermittency during test. The AC voltage applied
shall not exceed 2 VRMS.
12.4 Electrical tests shall show no evidence of intermittent
contacts, open circuits or short circuits during these
tests.
12.5 There shall be no mechanical damage to these
capacitors as a result of these tests.
12.6 Following the shock test, capacitors shall meet the
original limits for capacitance, dissipation factor and
leakage current.
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PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS (Continued)
13.
13.1
13.1.1
13.1.2
13.1.3
13.1.4
13.1.5
13.1.6
13.1.7
13.2
13.3
13.4
14.
14.1
14.2
Moisture Resistance:
Capacitors shall be subjected to temperature
cycling at 90 % to 98 % relative humidity, in a test
chamber constructed of non-reactive materials
(non-resiniferous and containing no formaldehyde or
phenol). Steam or distilled, demineralized or
deionized water having a pH value between 6.0 and
7.2 at +23 °C shall be used to obtain the required
humidity. No rust, corrosive contaminants or
dripping condensate shall be imposed on test
specimens.
Capacitors shall be mounted by their normal
mounting means in a normal mounting position and
placed in a test chamber so that uniform and
thorough exposure is obtained.
No conditioning or initial measurements will be
performed prior to temperature cycling. Polarization
and load voltages are not applicable.
Capacitors shall be subjected to temperature cycling
from +25 °C to +65 °C to +25 °C (+ 10 °C, - 2 °C) over
a period of 8 h, at 90 % to 98 % relative humidity, for
20 cycles.
Temperature cycling shall be stopped after an even
number of cycles 5 times during the first 18 cycles,
and the capacitor shall be allowed to stabilize at high
humidity for 1 h to 4 h.
After stabilization, capacitors shall be removed from
the humidity chamber and shall be conditioned for
3 h at - 10 °C ± 2 °C.
After cold conditioning, capacitors shall be subjected
to vibration cycling consisting of a simple harmonic
vibration having an amplitude of 0.03" [0.76] and a
maximum total excursion of 0.06" [1.52] varied
uniformly from 10 Hz to 55 Hz to 10 Hz over a period
of 1 min, for 15 cycles.
Capacitors shall then be returned to temperature/
humidity cycling.
After completion of temperature cycling, capacitors
shall be removed from the test chamber and
stabilized at room temperature for 2 h to 6 h.
Capacitors shall show no evidence of harmful or
extensive corrosion, obliteration or marking or other
visible damage.
Following the moisture resistance test, capacitors
shall meet the original limits for capacitance,
dissipation factor and leakage current.
Insulating Sleeves:
Capacitors with insulating sleeves shall withstand a
2000 VDC potential applied for 1 min between the
case and a metal “V” block in intimate contact with
the insulating sleeve.
Capacitors with insulating sleeves shall have the
insulation resistance measured between the case
and a metal “V” block in intimate contact with the
insulating sleeve. The insulation resistance shall be
at least 1000 M.
Revision: 01-Jun-16
15.
15.1
Thermal Shock And Immersion Cycling:
Capacitors shall be conditioned prior to temperature
cycling for 15 min at +25 °C, at less than 50 %
relative humidity and a barometric pressure at 28" to
31".
15.2 Capacitors shall be subjected to thermal shock in a
cycle of exposure to ambient air at 
-65 °C (+ 0 °C, - 5 °C) for 30 min, then, 
+25 °C (+ 10 °C, - 5 °C) for 5 min, then 
+125 °C (+ 3 °C, - 0 °C) for 30 min, then 
+25 °C (+ 10 °C, - 5 °C) for 5 min, for 5 cycles.
15.3 Between 4 h and 24 h after temperature cycling,
capacitors shall be subjected to immersion in a bath
of fresh tap water with the non-corrosive dye
Rhodamine B added, at +65 °C (+ 5 °C, - 0 °C) for
15 min, then, within 3 s, immersed in a saturated
solution of sodium chloride and water with
Rhodamine B added, at a temperature of +25 °C
(+ 10 °C, - 5 °C) for 15 min, for 2 cycles.
15.3.1 Capacitors shall be thoroughly rinsed and wiped or
air-blasted dry immediately upon removal from
immersion cycling.
15.4 Capacitors shall show no evidence of harmful or
extensive corrosion, obliteration of marking or other
visible damage.
15.5 Following the thermal shock immersion cycling test,
capacitors shall meet the original requirements for
leakage current and dissipation factor; capacitance
change shall not exceed ± 5 % of the original
measured value.
15.6 Capacitors shall be opened and examined. There
shall be no evidence of dye penetration.
16.
Reduced Pressure Test:
16.1 Capacitors shall be stabilized at a reduced pressure
of 0.315" [8.0] of mercury, equivalent to an altitude of
100 000 feet [30.480 m], for a period of 5 min.
16.2 Rated DC voltage shall be applied for 1 min.
16.3 Capacitors shall not flash over nor shall end seals be
damaged.
16.4 Following the reduced pressure test, the
capacitance, equivalent series resistance and
leakage current shall meet the original requirements.
17.
Lead Pull Test: leads shall withstand a tensile stress
of 3 pounds (1.4 kg) applied in any direction for 30 s.
18.
Marking: capacitors shall be marked with Sprague
or (2); the type number 550D; rated capacitance and
tolerance, rated DC working voltage and the
standard EIA date code.
18.1 Capacitors shall be marked on one end with a plus
sign (+) to identify the positive terminal.
18.2 Vishay Sprague reserves the right to furnish
capacitors of higher working voltages than those
ordered, where the physical size of the higher voltage
units is identical to that of the units ordered.
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GUIDE TO APPLICATION
1.
AC Ripple Current: the maximum allowable ripple
current shall be determined from the formula:
I RMS =
P
-----------R ESR
where,
P=
2.
Power dissipation in W at +25 °C as given in
the table in paragraph number 5 
(Power Dissipation)
5.
Power Dissipation: the figures shown relate to an
approximate +20 °C rise in case temperature
measured in free air. 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
shown. It is important that the equivalent IRMS value
be established when calculating permissible
operating levels.
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE
POWER DISSIPATION AT
+25 °C (W IN FREE AIR)
RESR = the capacitor Equivalent Series Resistance at
the specified frequency
CASE CODE
AC Ripple Voltage: the maximum allowable ripple
voltage shall be determined from the formula:
R
0.185
S
0.225
P
V RMS = Z -----------R ESR
or, from the formula:
V RMS = I RMS x Z
where,
P=
power Dissipation in W at +25 °C as given
in the table in paragraph number 5
(Power Dissipation).
RESR =
the capacitor Equivalent Series Resistance
at the specified frequency.
Z=
the capacitor Impedance at the specified
frequency.
2.1
The sum of the peak AC voltage plus the DC voltage
shall not exceed the DC voltage rating of the
capacitor.
2.2
The sum of the negative peak AC voltage plus the
applied DC voltage shall not allow a voltage reversal
exceeding 15 % of the DC working voltage at
+25 °C.
3.
Reverse Voltage: these capacitors are capable of
withstanding peak voltages in the reverse direction
equal to 15 % of the DC rating at +25 °C, 10 % of the
DC rating at +55 °C; 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 or voltage shall be
calculated using the derating factors as shown:
TEMPERATURE
DERATING FACTOR
+25 °C
1.0
+55 °C
0.8
+85 °C
0.6
+125 °C
0.4
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