DE1E3KX472MA5BA01

Manufacturer Part NumberDE1E3KX472MA5BA01
DescriptionCap Ceramic 0.0047uF 250VAC E 20% 15 X 8mm RDL 10mm Bulk
ManufacturerMurata Electronics
TypeRadial
DE1E3KX472MA5BA01 datasheet
 

Specifications of DE1E3KX472MA5BA01

Package/case15(Max) X 8(Max)Lead Pitch For Radial10 mm
Capacitance Value0.0047 uFDielectricE
Tolerance20 %Voltage250 Vac
Product Depth8(Max) mm  
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High Voltage Ceramic Capacitors !Caution
!Caution (Rating)
<DES/DEH/DEA/DEB/DEC Series>
1. Operating Voltage
When DC-rated capacitors are to be used in AC or ripple
current circuits, be sure to maintain the Vp-p value of the
applied voltage or the Vo-p which contains DC bias within
the rated voltage range.
When the voltage is applied to the circuit, starting or
stopping may generate irregular voltage for a transit
period because of resonance or switching. Be sure to use
a capacitor with a rated voltage range that includes these
irregular voltages.
When using the low-dissipation DEA (SL Char.) /DEC (SL
Char.) /DEH (C, R Char.) /DES (D Char.) series in a high-
frequency and high-voltage circuit, be sure to read the
instructions in item 4.
Voltage
DC Voltage
Positional
V
-p
0
Measurement
2. Operating Temperature and Self-generated Heat
Keep the surface temperature of a capacitor below the
upper limit of its rated operating temperature range. Be
sure to take into account the heat generated by the
capacitor itself. When the capacitor is used in a high-
frequency current, pulse current or similar current, it may
self-generate heat due to dielectric loss. The frequency of
the applied sine wave voltage should be less than
300kHz. The applied voltage load (*) should be such that
the capacitor's self-generated heat is within 20 C in an
atmosphere temperature of 25 C. When measuring, use
a thermocouple of small thermal capacity-K of ø0.1mm in
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conditions where the capacitor is not affected by radiant
heat from other components or surrounding ambient
fluctuations.
Excessive heat may lead to deterioration of the
capacitor's characteristics and reliability.
(Never attempt to perform measurement with the cooling
fan running. Otherwise, accurate measurement cannot
be ensured.)
*Before using the low-dissipation DEA/DEC (SL Char.)
/DEH/DES series, be sure to read the instructions in
item 4.
3. Fail-Safe
When capacitor is broken, failure may result in a short
circuit. Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe
function like a fuse on your product if failure would follow
an electric shock, fire or fume.
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When DC-rated capacitors are to be used in input circuits
from commercial power source (AC filter), be sure to use
Safety Certified Capacitors because various regulations
on withstand voltage or impulse withstand established for
each equipment should be taken into considerations.
DC+AC Voltage
AC Voltage
V
-p
Vp-p
0
C85E.pdf
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Pulse Voltage (1)
Pulse Voltage (2)
Vp-p
Vp-p
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