CBB 136 DP

CBB 136 DP Series
Polypropylene Film Capacitors for DC-Link Applications
Features
Very low dissipation factor
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High ripple current capability
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Self-healing
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Long lifetime
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Plastic case
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RoHS compliant (2011/65/EU)
Applications
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High power frequency converters
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Motion control, welding equipment, elevators
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Photovoltaic and wind inverters
Item
Climatic Category
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Rated Voltage URDC
Capacitance Range
Capacitance Tolerance
Voltage between Terminals UTT
Voltage between Terminals and Case UTC
Max. Overvoltage
Characteristics
40/85/56 (IEC 61071)
–40 ~ +85 °C (θhotspot ≤ 85 °C)
–40 ~ +85 °C
600 ~ 1000 VDC
75 ~ 280 µF
±10 % (K), ±5 % (J)
1,5 * URDC (20 °C, 10 s)
2 * URDC / √2 + 1000 V or 3000 VAC (20 °C, 50 Hz, 10 s)
1,1 * URDC (30 % of time under load)
1,15 * URDC (30 min. per day)
1,2 * URDC (5 min. per day)
1,3 * URDC (1 min. per day)
1,5 * URDC (max. 30 ms, 100ms per day)
≥ 5.000 MΩ µF (20 °C, 100 VDC, 1 min)
tan δ ≤ 15 * 10-4 (20 °C, 100 Hz)
tan δo ≤ 2 * 10-4 (20 °C, 100 Hz)
≥ 100.000 h, failure rate ≤ 50 FIT (θhotspot ≤ 70 °C, URDC)
IEC 61071:2007, REACH, RoHS
Insulation Resistance
Capacitor Dissipation Factor
Dielectric Dissipation Factor
Life Time Expectancy
Reference Standard
Ratings for CBB 136 DP Series
Imax(1)
Imax(1)
Imax(1)
(μF)
40°C
50°C
60°C
(A)
(A)
(A)
600
2S
200
79
69
280
76
800
2K
120
79
220
1000
3A
(3)
RS(4)
LS(5)
D
H
(K/W)
(A)
(mΩ)
(nH)
(mm)
(mm)
56
5.3
4000
1.2
20
85
51
FCC2SDP207*K051*40E3
65
53
5.0
3700
1.4
30
85
65
FCC2SDP287*K065*40E3
69
56
5.3
3000
1.2
20
85
51
FCC2KDP127*K051*40E3
76
65
53
5.0
3000
1.4
30
85
65
FCC2KDP227*K065*40E3
75
73
64
52
5.3
2400
1.4
20
85
51
FCC3ADP756*K051*40E3
110
69
59
49
5.0
2300
1.7
30
85
65
FCC3ADP117*K065*40E3
URDC
CR
(VDC)
Rth(2)
(1) Maximum permissible r.m.s. ripple current (1 kHz) at given ambient temperature
(2) Thermal resistance from hotspot to ambient (free convection)
(3) Maximum permissible peak current
(4) Series resistance at 20°C ambient temperature, 1kHz
(5) Self-inductance at 20°C ambient temperature
Ordering Code
“*” to be defined, see ordering code table
Customized products are available on request.
2016 v8.1
CBB 136 DP Series
Dimensions
ΦD±1
(mm)
H±1
(mm)
P1±1
(mm)
P2±1
(mm)
85
65
45
101
85
51
45
101
Terminal (mm)
F Female
M Male
M6*10
M8*20
order code “0”
order code “3”
M6*10
M8*20
order code “0”
order code “3”
Φd
(mm)
5.5
5.5
α = 45°C +/- 2°
Max. torque for terminals: 5 Nm (M6), 8 Nm (M8)
Max. torque for mounting screws: 3,5 Nm
Marking
No.
Item
1
Brand
2
Series Designation
3
Capacitance and Tolerance
4
UR Rated Voltage
5
UTC Voltage between Terminals and Case, Frequency
6
Temperature Range, Reference Standard
7
Safety Warning
8
Date Code
2016 v8.1
CBB 136 DP Series
Internal Construction
No.
Item
Material
No.
Item
Material
1
Winding Core
PC
4
Terminals
Cu, Sn-plated
2
Metallized Film
PP + Al, Zn
5
Potting Compound
Epoxy
3
Metal Sprayed
Electrode
6
Connection
Electrode
Cu
Zn + Sn/Zn
Life Time Expectancy
Ordering Code
2016 v8.1
Jianghai Film Capacitors
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further consequences of component failure. Furthermore it must be taken into
consideration that the figures stated for lifetime, failure rates and outlier
percentages refer to the average production status and are therefore to be
understood as mean values (statistical expectations) for a large number of delivery
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use or sale. This version of the datasheet supersedes all previous versions.
Voltage between terminals UTT: Voltage between terminals (at 20°C, 10s):
1.5×URDC
Voltage between terminals and case UTC: Voltage between terminals and
case (at 20°C, 10s): 2 × Ui + 1000 or 3000 (VAC), whichever value is larger.
Buzzing noise: Any buzzing noise produced by a capacitor is caused by the
vibration of the film due to the Coulomb force that is generated between the
electrodes with opposite poles. If the wave-form with a high distortion rate or
frequency is applied across the capacitor, the buzzing noise will become louder.
But the buzzing noise is of no harm to the capacitor.
Surface over temperature △ θ case: When current continuously flow
through the capacitor, the temperature inside the capacitor will rise induced by
dissipated heat. If the temperature exceeds the maximum allowed hot-spot
temperature, it might cause a short circuit or fire. The limits described in the
catalogue must not be exceeded and it's necessary to check the temperature
on the capacitor’s surface in operation.
Flame retardation: Although flame retarding PU resin or plastic case material
is used in the coating or encapsulation of plastic film capacitors, continuous
exposure to high temperature ambient or fire will break the coating layer or
plastic case of the capacitor, and may lead to melting and ignition of the
capacitor element.
Rated Voltage UR: Rated Voltage is the maximum operating peak voltage of either
polarity but of a non-reversing type waveform, for which the capacitor has been
designed, for continuous operation. The Rated Voltage is marked on the capacitor
and defined in the datasheets as UR.
Humid ambient: If used for a long time in a humid ambient, the capacitor might
absorb humidity and oxidize the electrodes causing damage to the capacitor. In
case of AC application, high humidity would increase the corona effect. This
phenomenon causes a drop in capacitance and an increase of capacitor losses.
Operating voltage: The plastic film capacitor varies in the maximum applicable
voltage depending on the applied voltage waveform, current waveform, frequency,
ambient temperature (capacitor surface temperature), capacitance value, etc. Be
sure to use capacitors within the specified values by checking the voltage
waveform, current waveform, and frequency applied to them (In the application of
high frequency, the permissible voltage varies with the type of the capacitor. Refer
to the specification for details.).
Storage conditions:
1) Capacitors must not be stored in corrosive atmospheres, particularly not when
chlorides, sulfides, acids, lye, salts, organic solvents or similar substances are
present.
2) It must not be stored in high temperature and/or high humidity environments.
The following storage conditions must be kept (applicable only for storage in the
original package):
Temperature: ≤ 35 °C
Humidity: ≤ 80% RH, no dew allowed on the capacitor.
Storage time: ≤ 24 months (from the date marked on the capacitor's body or
on the label sticking to the package)
Non-recurrent surge voltage Us:Peak voltage induced by a switching or any
other disturbance of the system which is allowed for a limited number of times and
for durations shorter than the basic period.
- Maximum duration: 50 ms / pulse
- Maximum number of occurrences: 1000 (during load)
Maximum rate of voltage rise dV/dt: Maximum permissible repetitive rate of
voltage rise of the operational voltage.
Charging and discharging: Because the charging and discharging current of
capacitor is obtained by the product of voltage rise rate (dV/dt) and capacitance,
low voltage charging and discharging may also cause deterioration of capacitor
such as shorting and open due to sudden charging and discharging current. When
charging and discharging, pass through a resistance of 20Ω/V to1000Ω/V or more
to limit the current.
When connecting multiple film capacitors in parallel in withstand voltage test or life
test, connect a resistance of 20Ω/V to1000Ω/V or more in series to each capacitor
(For detail see the specification). In addition, capacitors must be discharged via a
resistor before handling. Because the capacitors do not have any discharge
resistors built-in, there is a risk of residual voltages and electric energy contents
that maybe dangerous.
Mounting: Other devices, which are mounted near the capacitor, should not touch
the capacitor. Additional heat coming from other components near the capacitor
may reduce the lifetime of the capacitor. Do never attempt to bend or twist the
capacitor after mounting and avoid any mechanical stress on the terminals. Never
exceed the max. permissible torques when tightening the terminal screws or the
mounting bolt’s cap nuts.
Caution during use of Capacitors: Do not touch the terminals of capacitors.
Keep the capacitor free from conductive solution, such as acids, alkali and so on.
Ensure that the operating environment of the equipment into which the capacitor
has been built is within the specified conditions mentioned in the catalogue or
specification sheets.
Definition of electrical parameters: Separate documents as application notes,
equivalent circuit diagrams and so on are available on request.
Packaging: Please refer to the data book for details. Further information is
available on request.
Operating Current:The pulse (or AC) current flowing through the capacitor is
expressed as: I = C x dV/dt. Due to the fact that the dissipation factor of the
capacitor is greater than zero, heat will be generated in any application where
alternating currents or pulses occur. The resulting internal temperature rise may
cause a severe deterioration of the capacitor’s withstanding voltage, or may lead to
a breakdown (even smoke or fire may result).Therefore, the safe use of capacitor
must be within the rated voltage (or category voltage) and the permissible current
ranges. The rated current must be considered by dividing into pulse current (peak
current) and continuous current (rms current) depending on the break down mode,
and when using, should make sure the both currents are within the permissible
range.
Temperature range: Use film capacitors only within the specified operating
temperature range.
Expected lifetime:The expected lifetime of the capacitor depends on the applied
voltage and the hot spot temperature during operation. For capacitors applied in
different situations, the obtainable average service lives are different. The
capacitors used in DC-Link circuits will have an expected lifetime of approximately
100000 hours at rated voltage and 70℃ hot spot temperature.
Insulation voltage Ui: rms value of AC voltage designed for the insulation
between terminals of the capacitor to case or earth. The insulation voltage is
equal to the rated voltage of the capacitor, divided by 2 , unless otherwise
specified.
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