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PEEP Series
Conductive Polymer Aluminum
Solid Capacitor (Radial Type)
MERITEK
FEATURES
 Standard radial lead type,

High ripple current capability
 High voltage
 Super Low ESR
 3000 hours at 105⁰C
PART NUMBERING SYSTEM
PEEP
35V
101
M 0606
Meritek Series
Rated Voltage
Volt.
Code
6.3V
6R3
35V
35V
Capacitance
Cap.
Code
100uf
101
2000uf
202
Tolerance
Tol.
Code
±10%
K
±20%
M
RoHS
Case size – (D) Diameter x (L) Length in mm
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Characteristic
Operation Temperature Range
-55 ~ +105°C
Rated Voltage
6.3 ~ 35VDC
Surge Voltage
Rated Voltage × 1.15
Capacitance Tolerance
±20% (M)
DIMENSIONS
Unit: mm
Size
Code
0508
0509
0606
0609
0610
0611
0809
0812
1012
Ød + 0.5
MAX
5.0
5.0
6.3
6.3
6.3
6.3
8.0
8.0
10.0
L MAX
5.0
9.0
6.0
9.0
10.0
11.0
9.0
12.0
12.0
Ød ±
0.05
0.5
0.5
0.45
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
F ± 0.4
2.0
2.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.5
3.5
5.0
H ± 0.3
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
STANDARD RATINGS
WV/VDC
(SV)
Cap.
(μF)
Size
Code
Leakage
Current (μA)
ESR
(mΩ/20⁰C,100K~300KHz)
Rated Ripple Current
(mA/105⁰C,100KHz)
6.3
(7.2)
270
390
560
680
680
820
820
1000
1000
1000
1500
1500
0508
0509
0609
0609
0809
0610
0812
0611
0809
0812
0812
1012
340
500
705
857
857
1033
1033
1260
1260
1260
1890
1890
12
8
8
8
7
8
7
8
7
7
7
7
3500
4050
4700
4700
6100
4700
6100
4700
6100
6100
6100
6640
Rev. 7
PEEP Series
Conductive Polymer Aluminum
Solid Capacitor (Radial Type)
MERITEK
STANDARD RATINGS (CONTINUED)
WV/VDC
(SV)
6.8
(7.8)
7.5
(8.6)
10
(11.5)
6.3
(7.2)
20
(23)
25
(28.7)
25
(28.7)
Cap.
(μF)
Size
Code
Leakage
Current (μA)
ESR
(mΩ/20⁰C,100K~300KHz)
Rated Ripple Current
(mA/105⁰C,100KHz)
270
390
1000
270
390
500
820
1000
100
270
270
330
470
470
560
680
820
1000
390
470
0508
0509
0611
0508
0509
0509
0812
0812
0606
0609
0809
0809
0809
0812
0812
1012
1012
1012
0811
0812
367
530
1360
405
585
750
1640
2000
320
864
864
1056
1505
1505
1792
2176
2624
3200
1560
1880
12
11
8
12
11
12
8
8
24
15
10
10
16
10
14
10
10
12
14
14
3500
3800
5500
3500
3800
3500
6100
6100
2490
3800
5000
5000
4000
5230
4950
6100
6100
5400
4970
4970
220
0812
1100
16
4650
22
100
0606
0812
154
700
35
25
2400
2890
RELIABILITY
Item
Standard
Leakage
Current
DC rated voltage shall be applied between anode and cathode lead wire terminations of a capacitor through 1k
protective resistance, and the leakage current shall be less than or equal to the value listed in table 5 after 2
minutes with the voltage reaching the rated value at 20±2⁰C.
tanφ
ESR
Impedance at
High and Low
Temperature
0.1 MAX. measured at 120Hz ±10% at 20±2⁰C.
Compensation
Signal Level
Frequency
Short and Open compensation would be
required. Short correction is performed using
the shorting plate made of 0.5 thickness
copper plate with gold coating.
500mV
100KHz
Measurement Point
Point of lead wire
within 1mm from the
body
Impedance at 100kHz at -55±3⁰C or -25±3⁰C shall meet the values listed in the table below.
Impedance Ratio
Performance
Z (-55⁰C)/Z(+20⁰C)
≤1.25
Z (-105⁰C)/Z(+20⁰C)
≤1.25
With the body of a capacitor fixed, the load listed in the table below shall be applied to the lead wire termination
in its draw out direction, gradually up to the specified value and held for 10±1 seconds. After this test, that
capacitor shall not appear any change defective in use.
Pull Strength of
Case diameter
Load Strength
Load Strength
Lead Wire
(mm)
(N)
(kgf)
Terminations
Ø6.3
5
0.51
Ø8
10
1.0
Ø10
10
1.0
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Conductive Polymer Aluminum
Solid Capacitor (Radial Type)
PEEP Series
MERITEK
RELIABILITY (CONTINUED)
Item
Standard
A capacitor shall be subjected to a temperature of 60±2⁰C and relative humidity of 90 to 95% without voltage
applied for a period of 1000+24/-0 hours. Then that capacitor shall be taken out from the above condition to a
temperature of 20⁰C and it shall meet the characteristics in the table below.
Damp Heat
(Steady State)
Characteristics
Appearance
Cap. Change
tanφ
ESR
Leakage Current
Performance
No significant damage
≤ ±20% of the initial value
≤ ±150% of the initial value
≤ ±150% of the initial value
≤ the initial specified value
A capacitor shall be subjected to a temperature of 105±2⁰Cwith test voltage applied for a period of 3,000+72/-0
hours and take out from the above condition to a temperature of 20⁰C. After this test, that capacitor shall meet
the characteristics in the table below. Besides, the applied voltage shall increase up from 0V to test voltage
step by step (maximum 5 minutes), and the impedance of the source shall be equal to about 3Ω/V.
Endurance
Characteristics
Appearance
Cap. Change
tanφ
ESR
Leakage Current
Performance
No significant damage
≤ ±20% of the initial value
≤ ±150% of the initial value
≤ ±150% of the initial value
≤ the initial specified value
The following specifications in Table 16 shall be satisfied when the capacitors are restored to +20⁰C after the
surge voltage is applied at a cycle of 360 seconds which consists charge for 30±5 seconds through a protective
resistor of 1kΩ and discharge for 330 seconds, for 1000 cycles at 105±2⁰C.
Characteristics
Appearance
Cap. Change
tanφ
ESR
Leakage Current
Performance
No significant damage
≤ ±20% of the initial value
≤ ±150% of the initial value
≤ ±150% of the initial value
≤ the initial specified value
Surge Voltage
V: DC Voltmeter
R1: Protective resistor 1KΩ
R2: Discharging resistor 1KΩ
CX: Capacitor under test
Surge Voltage Circuit
The characteristics of a capacitor kept under the temperature cycle indicated in the figure below for 5 cycles
and followed the voltage shall meet the characteristics in the table below.
Rapid
Temperature
Change
Characteristics
Appearance
Cap. Change
tanφ
ESR
Leakage Current
Performance
No significant damage
≤ ±10% of the initial value
≤ the initial specified value
≤ the initial specified value
≤ the initial specified value
Rev. 7
Conductive Polymer Aluminum
Solid Capacitor (Radial Type)
PEEP Series
MERITEK
RELIABILITY (CONTINUED)
Item
Standard
Bending
Strength of
Lead Wire
Terminations
Bending strength load listed in the table below shall be hung at the end of the lead wire termination, and the
body of a capacitor shall be bent 90o and return to its original position. This operation shall be performed
around 2 to 3 seconds. Then the body shall be bent 90°at the opposite direction and return to its original
position at same speed. At this test, that capacitor shall no appear any change defective in use.
Case diameter
Load Strength
Load Strength
(mm)
(N)
(kgf)
Ø6.3
2.5
0.255
Ø8
5
0.51
Ø10
5
0.51
Solderability
A lead wire termination shall be dipped for 2±0.5 seconds in the flux of ethanol or isopropylalcohol
solution (25±2%) of colophonium. Then that lead wire terminations shall be immersed to a solder
(H60A, H60S or H63A) of 235±5⁰C and up to the point 1.5 to 2.0mm from the body and kept for
2±0.5 seconds, and pulling it out. After this test, at least 95% of circumferential surface of the dipped
portion of termination shall be covered with new solder.
Resistance to
Soldering Heat
A Capacitor shall be inserted to a printed circuit board having a thickness of 1.6mm up to the point 1.5 to
2.0mm from the body. Then the lead wire termination shall be dipped for 5 to 10 seconds in the flux of ethanol
solution (25±2%) of colophonium. And then the lead wire termination shall be immersed to the solder (H60A,
H60S or H63A) of 260±5⁰C and up to the point of the Printed circuit board and kept for 10±1 seconds, and
pulling it out. After this test, characteristics shall meet the value in the table below.
Characteristics
Cap. Change
tanφ
Leakage Current
Visual
Performance
Within 5% of the initial value
Not exceed the standard rating
Not exceed the standard rating
No remarkable abnormality
A Capacitor shall be immersed for 30±5 seconds in isopropylalcohol at 20 to 25⁰C and then pull it
out. After this test, marking and visual shall meet the requirement in the table below.
Resistance to
Characteristics
Performance
Solvent
Marking
Easily readable
Appearance
Not appear any abnormality
INSTRUCTIONS
1. Cautions on use of capacitors
a. Polarity
Solid electrolytic capacitors are polarized capacitors. Use capacitors after verifying their positive and negative
polarities. If these capacitors are installed in the reverse polarity, its life may shorten because of increasing
leakage current or short circuit.
b.
Types of circuits in which capacitors are prohibited from being used PEHA series may be
heated by soldering to increase in its leakage current slightly. This may have some influence
on the characteristics capacitors in the following circuits.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Time constant circuit
Coupling circuit
High impedance voltage holding circuit
Connections of two or more capacitors in series for higher withstand voltage.
c. Over voltage
If PEHA series is applied a voltage higher than the rated voltage for an instantaneous period, it may be
defected due to short circuit. Note that the voltage over the rated voltage must not be applied to capacitors.
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Solid Capacitor (Radial Type)
PEEP Series
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d. Repeat of rapid charging and discharging
If PEHA series is used in a rapid charging and discharging circuit or receive the flow of excess rush current, its
life may shorten by large leakage current or short circuit. The charging and discharging current through PEHA
series should be less than 10A.
e. Soldering
Capacitors should be soldered under the soldering conditions defined in the delivery specifications. Some
improper soldering condition may cause the leakage current of capacitors to increase or other parameters to
change.
f. Use of capacitors for industrial equipment
When capacitors are used for industrial equipment, the circuits should be designed to have sufficient margins
in the ratings of capacitors including capacitance and impedance. Without sufficient margins in the
characteristics, the reliability of the capacitors may be reduced by their shorter life. Always contact us if you
want to use capacitors for equipment affecting human lives such as space, aviation, atomic power, and
medical devices. Never use capacitors for the used without our prior approval.
2. Notes on circuit designs for capacitors
a. Rating and Performance
Use capacitors within the rating and performance ranges defined in the brochures and delivery specification of
capacitors after checking the operating and installation environments.
b. Operating temperature
If PEHA series is used at a temperature higher than the upper specified temperature (105⁰C), its life may be
remarkably shortened or the leakage current may increase to cause defective.
c. Ripple current
Never make current larger than the rated ripple current through PEHA series. If excess ripple current flows
through PEHA series, internal heat may be generated largely to make its life shortened or cause it to be
defected due to short circuit.
d. Leakage current
Depending on the soldering conditions, the leakage current of PEHA series may increase slightly. The
application of DC voltage enables the capacitors to be repaired by itself. This leads the leakage current to be
smaller gradually. The leakage current can be reduced fast if the DC voltage, which is less than the rating
voltage, is applied at the temperature close to the upper specified temperature.
e. Applied voltage
(1) To secure the reliability of capacitors, it is recommended that the voltage applied to them should be less
than 80% of the rated voltage.
(2) The peak value of the ripple voltage superimposed with the DC voltage should be less than rated voltage.
f. Failure mode
PEHA series contains a conductive polymer as material of cathode electrode. Therefore, like other solid
electrolyte capacitors, the life ends mostly due to random failure mode, mainly short circuit. If a current
continuously flow through the capacitor due to short circuit, the capacitor would be overheated higher than
300⁰C and then aluminum case of the capacitor would be removed by increasing internal pressure due to the
vaporization of materials.
g. Insulation
(1) Plastic coated case of capacitors is not secured to insulate. Do not use capacitors in PEHAs requiring
insulation.
(2) Isolate the case of PEHA series from the positive and negative terminals and adjacent circuit patterns.
h. Design of printed circuit board
Take note on the following subjects when capacitors are installed on printed circuit boards:
(1) Verify that the lead spacing fit hole pitches on printed circuit board.
(2) Do not place heating components on boards to be close to capacitors or in the backside of them.
(3) If capacitors are mounted on a double-sided PC board, design the board so that extra or through holes
may not be opened below them.
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Solid Capacitor (Radial Type)
PEEP Series
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i. Parallel connection
If PEHA series is connected with another type of a capacitor in parallel, larger ripple current
may flow through one of capacitors. Take the current balance among them into account in
circuit designs.
j. Using temperature and frequency
The electric characteristics of capacitors depend on the variations of the ambient
temperature and frequency. Check the variations in designing circuits.
3. Notes on installation of capacitors
a. Notes on pre-installation of capacitors
(1) Do not reuse capacitors installed in a unit with the power supply turned on for another unit. No used
capacitors shall be reused excluding those removed to measure their electric characteristics in periodical
inspection.
(2) If PEHA series stored for a long period may often increase in its leakage current, connect a resistor of
approximately 1KΩ to the capacitors for voltage treatment.
b. Notes at installation of capacitors
(1) Install capacitors in a unit after confirming that their ratings (rated capacitance and rated voltages) meet
the conditions of the unit.
(2) Install capacitors in the correct polarities.
(3) Take care not to drop capacitors on floors. Do not use capacitors dropped on floors.
(4) Do not deform capacitors to install them in units.
(5) Install PEHA series on a printed circuit board after confirming that its lead pitch is equivalent to the
corresponding hole pitch.
(6) At the picking, mounting, and locating by an automatic inserter or the cutting of the leads of PEHA series
by an automatic mounter, some stress may be applied to the PEHA series. Take note on the shock.
(7) Do not apply any excess force with the terminals of capacitors.
c. Heating
In preheating or heating for adhesion and fixing of other electronic components, the
temperature put to capacitors should be less than 120⁰C. The total heating period should be
shorter the 90 seconds.
d. Soldering by soldering iron
(1) Capacitors should be soldered under the conditions as follows:
The iron tip at the temperature of 400±10⁰C or less may be put to each lead of PEHA series for <3±1 sec.
(2) Lead wire terminations of capacitors may be required to be processed because terminals is not equivalent
to that of corresponding holes on the printed circuit board. Process terminations so that no stress may be
applied to capacitors themselves before soldering.
(3) Do not make the tip pf a soldering iron be in contact with capacitors themselves.
(4) The leakage current of soldered capacitor may increase slightly depending on several conditions including
pre-heating, soldering temperature and period, and board material and thickness, soldering temperature
and period, and board material and thickness. However, the leakage current decreases gradually by the
self-repair characteristic of capacitors when they are used with voltage application.
e. Flow soldering
(1) Do not dip capacitor themselves into melted solder in soldering. Only provide soldering for the board
surface in the backside of the surface on which the capacitors are mounted.
(2) Solder capacitors under the soldering conditions as follows.
(i)
Pre-heat condition: atmosphere temperature 120⁰C or less for up to 90 sec.
(ii) Soldering condition: solder temperature 260⁰C or less for up to 10 sec.
(3) Note that flux may not adhere to any substances except lead wires.
(4) Do not make any other components fallen at capacitors in soldering.
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Solid Capacitor (Radial Type)
PEEP Series
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Flow Curve
f. Handling of capacitors after soldering
(1) Do not incline, bend, and twist capacitors.
(2) Do not grab capacitors as a handle to carry the printed circuit board.
(3) Do not hit objects against capacitors. When printed circuit boards are piled up, do not make them and/or
other components be in contact with capacitors.
(4) Do not drop printed circuit boards with capacitors installed.
g. Cleaning of printed circuit board
As long As the cleaning agents prescribed in the catalogue or specification sheets are used,
the cleaning does not give the capacitors any damage. For CFCs substitutions and other
cleaning agents, consult us before actual use.
h. Fixing and coating materials
Contact us for fixing and coating materials appropriate for capacitors and their heat curing
conditions.
4. Notes on use of capacitors in unit
a. Never make your fingers contact with the lead wire terminations of capacitors.
b. Do not make lead wire terminations of PEHA series to be in contact with each other through a
conductor. Do not put conductive liquid such as acid and alkali solutions on capacitors.
c. Confirm that the unit including capacitors is placed in proper conditions. Do not place the unit
in the following PEHAs:
(1) PEHA in which they are directly exposed to water, brine, oil or in condensation status.
(2) PEHA filled with poisonous gases including hydrogen sulfide, sulfurous acid, nitrous acid, chlorine and
ammonia.
(3) PEHA to which ultraviolet and /or radial rays are radiated
d. Provide aging for a unit containing capacitors within the period defined for them.
e. It is recommended to use a unit containing capacitors in the normal temperature range of
15⁰C to 35⁰C and the normal humidity range of 75% or less.
5. Action at emergency
a. At the occurrence of short circuit in PEHA series, some heat is generated from it if the
short-current rather small. If the short current exceeds the above value, the capacitor is
heated excessively. If so, turn off the power of the unit without your face and hands being
close to the capacitors.
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Conductive Polymer Aluminum
Solid Capacitor (Radial Type)
PEEP Series
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b. Never lick the electrolyte of conductive polymer in capacitors. If the electrolyte is put on your
skin, wash it away carefully with soap.
c. The materials of seal rubber used for capacitors are flammable. If an adjacent component is
burned, seal rubber of the capacitors may burn. Take sufficient note on the installation
procedures and locations of capacitors and the pattern designs of printed circuit boards.
6. Storage
a. Store capacitors in an PEHA in the temperature range between 15⁰C to 35⁰C and the relative
humidity of 75% or less without direct sunshine. In addition, store them in the package
states if possible.
b. Capacitors should be stored for up to one year to maintain their good soldering features and
characteristics.
c. Capacitors are recommended that you shall open the bag just before use and capacitors
shall be used up. If some quantity was not need, please seal it with adhesive tape.
d. Never store capacitors in any PEHA in which they are directly exposed to water, brine, oil or
in condensation status.
e. Never store capacitors in any PEHA filled with poisonous gases including hydrogen sulfide,
sulfurous acid, nitrous acid, chlorine, and ammonia.
f. Never store capacitors in any PEHA to which ultraviolet and/or radial rays are radiated.
7. Exhaustion of capacitors
Capacitors are composed of organic compounds, resins, and metals. Request an industrial
dispose company to dispose of used capacitors.
8. Package
The capacitors should be packed in the following quantities listed in the table below.
Case Size
PE bag
Ø6x6
500 pcs
Ø6x9
500 pcs
Ø8x9
500 pcs
Ø8x12
500 pcs
Ø10
500 pcs
Inner box
Outer box
12 bags
(6000 pcs)
8 bags
(4000 pcs)
6 bags
(3000 pcs)
4 bags
(2000 pcs)
4 bags
(2000 pcs)
5 inner boxes
(30000 pec)
5 inner boxes
(20000 pec)
5 inner boxes
(15000 pec)
5 inner boxes
(10000 pec)
5 inner boxes
(10000 pec)
Quantity of Package
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