ROHM TCFGA0J226M8R

TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
Chip tantalum capacitors
(Fail-safe open structure type)
TCFG Series A Case
zFeatures
1) Safety design by open function built - in.
2) Wide capacitance range
3) Screening by thermal shock.
zDimensions (Unit : mm)
Anode mark
L
W1
H
W2
S
+
S
−
Case code
L
W1
W2
H
S
A 3216-18(1206)
3.2+
−0.2
1.6+
−0.2
1.2+
−0.2
1.6+
−0.2
0.8+
−0.3
zPart No. Explanation
T C F G A 0 J 1 0 6 M 8 R
1
2
1 Series name
4
3
5
6
4 Capacitance
TCFG
Nominal capacitance in pF in 3 digits : 2significant
figure representing the number of 0's.
2 Case code
TCFG ····· A
5 Capacitance tolerance
M : ± 20%
3 Rated voltage
Rated voltage (V)
CODE
4 6.3 10 16 20 25
0G 0J 1A 1C 1D 1E
K : ± 10%
6 Taping
8 : Tape width (8mm)
R : Positive electrode on the side opposite to sprocket hole
Rev.D
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TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
zCapacitance range
TCFG series A Case
Rated voltage (V)
(μF)
4
G
6.3
J
10
A
1.0 (105)
1.5 (155)
A
2.2 (225)
3.3 (335)
A
16
C
20
D
25
E
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
4.7 (475)
A
A
A
A
6.8 (685)
A
A
A
A
10 (106)
A
A
A
A
15 (156)
A
A
A
22 (226)
A
A
A
33 (336)
A
A
47 (476)
A
A
68 (686)
A
Remark) Case size codes (A) in the above show each size products line-up.
: Indicates new product
zMarking
The indications listed below should be given on the surface of a capacitor.
Polarity
: The polarity should be shown by bar. (on the anode side)
Rated DC voltage : Due to the small size of A case, a voltage code is used as shown below.
Visual typical example (1)voltage code (2) capacitance code
[A Case]
note 1)
J 106
− −
(1) (2)
J106
note 2) voltage code and capacitance code are variable with parts number
Rev.D
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TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
zCharacteristics
Item
Performance
Operating Temperature
−55 °C to +125 °C
Test conditions
(based on JIS C5101-1 and JIS C5101-3)
Voltage reduction when temperature exceeds +85°C
Maximum operating temperature +85 °C
with no voltage derating
4 6.3 10 16 20 25
at 85°C
Category Voltage (V.DC)
2.5 4 6.3 10 13 16
at 125°C
Surge Voltage
5.0 8
at 85°C
Rated Voltage (V.DC)
DC leakage current
Capacitance tolerance
13 20 26 32
0.5μA or 0.01CV whichever is greater
(Shown in "Standard list")
As per 4.9 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.5.1 JIS C 5101-3
Voltage : Rated voltage for 1min
Shall be satisfied allowance range.
As per 4.7 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.5.2 JIS C 5101-3
Measuring frequency : 120±12Hz
Measuring voltage
: 0.5Vrms, +1.5V.DC
Measuring circuit
: DC Equivalent series circuit
±10%, ±20%
Tangent of loss angle
(Df, tanδ)
Shall be satisfied the voltage on "Standard list"
As per 4.8 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.5.3 JIS C 5101-3
Measuring frequency : 120±12Hz
Measuring voltage
: 0.5Vrms, +1.5V.DC
Measuring circuit
: DC Equivalent series circuit
Impedance
Shall be satisfied the voltage on "Standard list"
As per 4.10 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.5.4 JIS C 5101-3
Measuring frequency : 100±10kHz
Measuring voltage
: 0.5Vrms or less
Resistance to Appearance There should be no significant abnormality.
The indications should be clear.
soldering heat
L.C
Less than initial limit
ΔC / C
Within ±5% of initial value
tanδ
Less than initial limit
Fail-Safe open unit actuation Within 320°C − 20s
Temperature
cycle
Appearance There should be no significant abnormality.
The indications should be clear.
L.C
Less than initial limit
ΔC / C
TCFGA1A226
TCFGA0J476
TCFGA0G686
Others
tanδ
: ±15%
: ±15%
: ±15%
: ±10%
Less than initial limit
As per 4.14 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.6 JIS C 5101-3
Dip in the solder bath
Solder temp : 260±5°C
Duration
: 5±0.5s
Repetition
:1
After the specimens, leave it at room temperature for
over 24h and then measure the sample.
Dip in the solder bath
Solder temp : 320±5°C
As per 4.16 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.10 JIS C 5101-3
Repetition : 5 cycles (1 cycle : steps 1 to 4)
without discontinuation.
Step
Temp.
Time
1
−55 +
− 3°C
30 +
−3min
2
3
4
Room temp. 3min. or less
125 +
30 +
− 2°C
−3min
Room temp. 3min. or less
After the specimens, leave it at room temperature for
over 24h and then measure the sample.
Moisture
resistance
Appearance There should be no significant abnormality.
The indications should be clear.
L.C
Less than initial limit
ΔC / C
Within ±10% of initial value
tanδ
Less than initial limit
As per 4.12 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.12 JIS C 5101-3
After leaving the sample under such atmospheric
condition that the temperature and humidity are
60±2°C and 90 to 95%RH, respectively, for
500±12h level it at room temperature for over
24h and then measure the sample.
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TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
Item
Temperature Temp.
Stability
ΔC / C
tanδ
Performance
−55°C
As per 4.29 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.13 JIS C 5101-3
Within 0/−12%of initial value
Shall be satisfied the voltage on "Standard list"
−
L.C
Surge
Voltage
Temp.
+85°C
ΔC / C
Within +10/0%of initial value
tanδ
Shall be satisfied the voltage on "Standard list"
L.C
5μA or 0.1CV whichever is greater
Temp.
+125°C
ΔC / C
Within +15/0%of initial value
tanδ
Shall be satisfied the voltage on "Standard list"
L.C
6.3μA or 0.125CV whichever is greater
Appearance There should be no significant abnormality.
The indications should be clear.
L.C
Less than initial limit
ΔC / C
Within ±10%of initial value
tanδ
Less than initial limit
Loading at Appearance There should be no significant abnormality.
High
The indications should be clear.
temperature
L.C
Less than initial limit
Terminal
Strength
Test conditions
(based on JIS C5101-1 and JIS C5101-3)
ΔC / C
TCFGA1A226
TCFGA0J476
TCFGA0G686
Others
tanδ
Less than initial limit
: ±15%
: ±15%
: ±15%
: ±10%
Capacitance The measured value should be stable.
Appearance There should be no significant abnormality.
As per 4.26 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.14 JIS C 5101-3
Apply the specified surge voltage every 5±0.5min.
for 30±5 s. each time in the atmospheric condition
of 85±2°C.
Repeat this procedure 1,000 times.
After the specimens, leave it at room temperature
for over 24h and then measure the sample.
As per 4.23 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.15 JIS C 5101-3
After applying the rated voltage for 2000+72/0h
without discontinuation via the serial resistance
of 3Ω or less at a temperature of 85±2°C, leave
the sample at room temperature/humidity for
over 24h and measure the value.
As per 4.35 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.9 JIS C 5101-3
A force is applied to the terminal until it bends
to 1mm and by a prescribed tool maintain the
condition for 5s. (See the figure below.)
(Unit : mm)
20
50
F (Apply force)
R230
1
Thickness 1.6mm
45
Adhesiveness
The terminal should not come off.
45
As per 4.34 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.8 JIS C 5101-3
Apply force of 5N in the two directions shown
in the figure below for 10±1s after mounting
the terminal on a circuit board.
product
YAA
C105
Apply force
a circuit board
Rev.D
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TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
Item
Performance
Test conditions
(based on JIS C5101-1 and JIS C5101-3)
Dimensions
Be based on "External dimensions"
Measure using a caliper of JIS B 7505
Class 2 or higher grade.
Resistance to solvents
The indication should be clear.
As per 4.32 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.18 JIS C 5101-3
Dip in the isopropyl alcohol for 30±5s,
at room temperature.
Solderability
3/4 or more surface area of the solder coated
terminal dipped in the soldering bath should be
covered with the new solder.
As per 4.15.2 JIS C 5101-1
As per 4.7 JIS C 5101-3
Dip speed = 25±2.5mm/s
Pre-treatment (accelerated aging) : Leave the
sample on the boiling distilled water for 1h.
Solder temp. : 245±5°C
Duration : 3±0.5s
Solder : M705
Flux : Rosin 25%, IPA 75%
Vibration Capacitance The measured value should be stable.
Appearance
There should be no significant abnormality.
As per 4.17 JIS C 5101-1
Frequency : 10 to 55 to 10Hz/min.
Amplitude : 1.5mm
Time : 2h each in X and Y directions
Mounting : The terminal is soldered on a print
circuit board.
Rev.D
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TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
zStandard list, TCFG series A Cases
Part No.
TCFG A 0G 475
(A : 3216)
Leakage
Rated Derated Surge
DF 120Hz
Impedance
current
Voltage Voltage Voltage Capacitance
(%)
100kHz Case
Tolerance 25°C
@85°C @125°C @85°C 120Hz
code
(%)
1WV.60s −55°C 25°C 125°C
(μF)
(V)
(V)
(Ω)
(V)
(μA)
85°C
4
2.5
5
4.7
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
5.6
A
TCFG A 0G 685
4
2.5
5
6.8
±20, ±10
0.5
12
8
10
4.9
A
TCFG A 0G 106
4
2.5
5
10
±20, ±10
0.5
12
8
10
4.2
A
TCFG A 0G 156
4
2.5
5
15
±20, ±10
0.6
12
8
10
4.0
A
TCFG A 0G 226
4
2.5
5
22
±20, ±10
0.9
12
8
10
3.0
A
TCFG A 0G 336
4
2.5
5
33
±20, ±10
1.3
14
10
12
3.5
A
TCFG A 0G 476
4
2.5
5
47
±20, ±10
1.9
30
12
16
3.2
A
TCFG A 0G 686
4
2.5
5
68
±20, ±10
3.0
32
16
20
3.0
A
TCFG A 0J 335
6.3
4
8
3.3
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
5.6
A
TCFG A 0J 475
6.3
4
8
4.7
±20, ±10
0.5
12
8
10
4.9
A
TCFG A 0J 685
6.3
4
8
6.8
±20, ±10
0.5
12
8
10
4.2
A
TCFG A 0J 106
6.3
4
8
10
±20, ±10
0.6
12
8
10
4.0
A
TCFG A 0J 156
6.3
4
8
15
±20, ±10
0.9
12
8
10
3.0
A
TCFG A 0J 226
6.3
4
8
22
±20, ±10
1.4
14
10
12
3.5
A
TCFG A 0J 336
6.3
4
8
33
±20, ±10
2.1
30
12
16
3.2
A
TCFG A 0J 476
6.3
4
8
47
±20, ±10
3.0
34
18
24
3.2
A
TCFG A 1A 155
10
6.3
13
1.5
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
8.8
A
TCFG A 1A 225
10
6.3
13
2.2
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
5.6
A
TCFG A 1A 335
10
6.3
13
3.3
±20, ±10
0.5
12
8
10
4.9
A
TCFG A 1A 475
10
6.3
13
4.7
±20, ±10
0.5
12
8
10
4.2
A
TCFG A 1A 685
10
6.3
13
6.8
±20, ±10
0.7
12
8
10
4.0
A
TCFG A 1A 106
10
6.3
13
10
±20, ±10
1.0
12
8
10
3.0
A
TCFG A 1A 156
10
6.3
13
15
±20, ±10
1.5
14
10
12
3.5
A
TCFG A 1A 226
10
6.3
13
22
±20, ±10
2.2
30
12
16
3.2
A
TCFG A 1C 105
16
10
20
1.0
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
7
A
TCFG A 1C 155
16
10
20
1.5
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
5.6
A
TCFG A 1C 225
16
10
20
2.2
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
4.9
A
TCFG A 1C 335
16
10
20
3.3
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
4.8
A
TCFG A 1C 475
16
10
20
4.7
±20, ±10
0.8
10
6
8
3.9
A
TCFG A 1C 685
16
10
20
6.8
±20, ±10
1.1
10
6
8
3.8
A
TCFG A 1C 106
16
10
20
10
±20, ±10
1.6
12
8
10
3.5
A
TCFG A 1D 105
20
13
26
1.0
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
7
A
TCFG A 1D 155
20
13
26
1.5
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
6.0
A
TCFG A 1D 255
20
13
26
2.2
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
5.2
A
TCFG A 1D 335
20
13
26
3.3
±20, ±10
0.7
10
6
8
4.8
A
TCFG A 1D 475
20
13
26
4.7
±20, ±10
0.9
10
6
8
3.9
A
TCFG A 1E 105
25
16
32
1.0
±20, ±10
0.5
8
6
8
7
A
TCFG A 1E 155
25
16
32
1.5
±20, ±10
0.5
10
6
8
6.0
A
TCFG A 1E 255
25
16
32
2.2
±20, ±10
0.6
10
6
8
5.2
A
TCFG A 1E 335
25
16
32
3.3
±20, ±10
0.8
10
6
8
4.8
A
TCFG A 1E 475
25
16
32
4.7
±20, ±10
1.2
12
8
10
3.4
A
=Tolerance (M : ±20%, K : ±10%)
Rev.D
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TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
zPackaging specifications
Case code
A±0.1
B±0.1
t1±0.05
t2±0.1
A (3216)
1.9
3.5
0.25
1.9
Taping
1.75 +
− 0.1
A case
φ1.5 +0.1
− 0
3.5 +
− 0.05
8.0 +
− 0.2
A
t1
B
4.0 +
− 0.1
4.0 +
− 0.1
Component is loaded
2.0 +
− 0.05
t2
Pull-out direction
zPackaging style
Case code
Packaging
A Case
Taping
Packaging style
Plastic taping
φ180mm reel
Symbol
Basic ordering unit
R
2,000
Reel
9.0 +1.00
Plastic reel
φ 180 −1.50
φ 60
+1
0
φ13±0.2
11.4±1.0
Label sticking position
EIAJ ET - 7200B
Rev.D
7/12
TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
LEALKAGE CURRENT RATIO DCL / DCL
z Recommended condition of reflow soldering
(1) Leakage current-to-voltage ratio
1
0.1
0.01
0
20
40
60
80
100
% OF RATED VOLTAGE (VR)
Fig.1
(2) Derating voltage as function of temperature
PERCENT OF 85°C RVDC1 (VR)
100
90
80
70
60
50
75
125°C
85°C
85
95
105
115
125
Rated Voltage
Surge Voltage
Category Voltage
Surge Voltage
(V.DC)
(V.DC)
(V.DC)
(V.DC)
4
5.0
2.5
3.2
6.3
8
4
5
10
13
6.3
8
16
20
10
13
20
26
13
16
25
32
16
20
TEMPERATURE ( C)
Fig.2
(3) Reliability
The malfunction rate of tantalum solid state electrolytic capacitors varies considerably depending on the conditions of
usage (ambient temperature, applied voltage, circuit resistance).
Formula for calculating malfunction rate
Op = Ob u (SE u SSR u SQ u SCV)
Op
Ob
SE
SSR
SQ
SCV
: Malfunction rate stemming from operation
: Basic malfunction rate
: Environmental factors
: Series resistance
: Level of malfunction rate
: Capacitance
For details on how to calculate the malfunction rate stemming from operation, see the tantalum solid state electrolytic
capacitors column in MIL-HDBK-217.
Rev.D
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TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
Malfunction rate as function of operating
temperature and rated voltage
6.0
Applied Voltage
Rated Voltage
1.0
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.7
0.1
0.5
0.06
0.03
0.02
0.3
0.01
20
0.1
40
60
85
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.1
0.2
0.4 0.6
1.0
2.0 3.0
Fig.3
Fig.4
(5) Power vs. fuse blowout characteristics / Product
surface temperature
100
P case (2012)
A case (3216)
B case (3528)
350
340
330
failed
half failed
320
310
300
no failed
80
70
60
50
20
10
OPERATING TIME (sec)
Fig.5
surface temp.
250
curve of the products
200
30
270
100
300
open-function charcteristic
40
280
10
P case (2012)
A case (3216)
B case (3528)
90
OPERATING TIME (sec)
EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE (°C)
1.0
RESISTANCE OF CIRCUIT (Ω / V)
360
260
1
2.0
OPERATING TEMPERATURE ( C)
(4) External temperature vs. fuse blowout
290
4.0
150
operating area
0
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
no operating area
ELECTRIC POWER (W)
9
SURFACE TEMP. OF THE PRODUCT (°C)
FAILURE RATE COEFFICIENT
Ratio =
RESISTANCE COEFFICIENT (π)
1.0
Malfunction rate as function of circuit resistance (:/V)
10
Fig.6
Note: Solder the chip at 300qC or less. If it is soldered using
a temperature higher than 300qC, open function built-in may operate.
Rev.D
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TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
(6) Maximum power dissipation
Warming of the capacitor due to ripple voltage balances with warming caused by Joule heating and by radiated heat.
Maximum allowable warming of the capacitor is to 5qC above ambient temperature. When warming exceeds 5qC, it can
damage the dielectric and cause a short circuit.
Power dissipation (P) = I2¦R
Ripple current
P : As shown in table at right
R : Equivalent series resistance
Notes:
1. Please be aware that when case size is changed, maximum allowable power dissipation is reduced.
2. Maximum power dissipation varies depending on the package. Be sure to use a case which will keep warming within
the limits shown in the table below.
Allowable power dissipation (W) and maximum temperature rising
Case
Ambient temp. +25°C
+55°C
+85°C
+125°C
A case (3216)
0.070
0.063
0.056
0.028
Max. Temp Rise[°C]
5
5
5
2
(7) Impedance frequency characteristics
(8) ESR frequency characteristics
100
100000
A105
P case (2012)
G475
A case (3216)
C105
A case (3216)
C335
B case (3528)
1000
100
A105
P case (2012)
G475
A case (3216)
C105
A case (3216)
C335
B case (3528)
10
ESR (Ω)
IMPEDANCE (Ω)
10000
1
10
1
0.1
1
100
10k
1M
1
100M 500M
100
10k
1M
FREQUENCY (Hz)
FREQUENCY (Hz)
Fig.7
Fig.8
100M 500M
(9) Temperature characteristics
CAP 120Hz
10V−1μF P case (2012)
4V−4.7μF A case (3216)
4V−33μF B case (3528)
10
4
3
2
DF (%)
CAP CHANGE (%)
6
0
−2
−6
−10
−55
DF 120Hz
10V−1μF P case (2012)
4V−4.7μF A case (3216)
4V−33μF B case (3528)
5
2
1
25
85
125
0
−55
25
85
TEMPERATURE (°C)
TEMPERATURE (°C)
Fig.9
Fig.10
125
Rev.D
10/12
TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
LC 1WV
10V−1μF P case (2012)
4V−4.7μF A case (3216)
4V−33μF B case (3528)
10V−1μF P case (2012)
4V−4.7μF A case (3216)
4V−33μF B case (3528)
LC (nA)
100
10
0
−55
25
85
IMPEDANCE 100kHz
3
IMPEDANCE (Ω)
1000
2
1
0
−55
125
25
85
TEMPERATURE (°C)
TEMPERATURE (°C)
Fig.11
Fig.12
125
Inrush current
Beware of inrush current.
Inrush currents are inversely proportional ESR. Large inrush currents can cause components failure.
100
33μF
tantalum capacitor
aluminum electrolysis
33μF
INRUSH CURRENT (A)
100μF
10
15μF
4.7μF
4.7μF
47μF
22μF
1
Vpp=10V llimit=20A
Pulse Width=500μs
Power OP Amp Slew Rate=10V/6μs
0.1
0.1
1
ESRΩ (100kHz)
10
100
Fig. 13 Maximum inrush current and ESR
Inrush current can be limited by means of a protective resistor.
100
SAMPLE 16V−3.3μF
Pulse width=500μs
Slew rate=10V−6μc
Current limit=20A
R=0Ω
V
I = 0.476
10
0.25
0.5
R
1.0
I (A)
2.0
5.0
1
V
I = 0.476+R
0.1
0.1
1
V (V)
10
100
Fig. 14 Imax change due to protective resistor R
Rev.D
11/12
TCFG Series A Case
Tantalum capacitors
(10) Ultrasonic cleaning
Carry out cleaning under as mild conditions as possible. The internal element of a tantalum capacitor are larger than
those of a transistor or diode, so it is not as resistant as ultrasonic waves.
Example : water
Propagation speed
Solvent density
1500m / s
3
1g / cm
Frequency and wavelength
Frequency Wavelength
20kHz
7.5cm
28kHz
5.3cm
50kHz
3.0cm
z Precautions
1) Do not allow solvent to come to a boil (kinetic energy increases).
Қ Ultrasonic output
0.5W / cm2 or less
Қ Use a solvent with a high boiling point.
Қ Lower solvent temperature.
2) Ultrasonic cleaning frequency
28 kHz or less
3) Keep cleaning time as short as possible.
4) Move item being cleaned.
Standing waves caused by the ultrasonic waves can cause stress to build up in part of the item being cleaned.
Reference
Kin etic energy = 2 × π × frequency ×
2 × Ultrasonic output
propagation × speed × solvent density
Rev.D
12/12
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