B41252C6478M000

Manufacturer Part NumberB41252C6478M000
DescriptionAluminum Electrolytic Capacitors - Snap In 4700UF 50V 30X30 SNAP IN
ManufacturerEPCOS Inc
SeriesB41252
B41252C6478M000 datasheet
 


Specifications of B41252C6478M000

Capacitance4700 uFTolerance20 %
Voltage Rating50 VoltsOperating Temperature Range- 40 C to + 105 C
Diameter30 mm (1.18 in)Length30 mm
Load Life2000 HrsTermination StyleSnap In
Lead Free Status / Rohs Status Details  
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Aluminum electrolytic capacitors
Snap-in capacitors
Series/Type:
B41252
Date:
November 2008
© EPCOS AG 2008. Reproduction, publication and dissemination of this publication, enclosures hereto and the
information contained therein without EPCOS' prior express consent is prohibited.

B41252C6478M000 Summary of contents

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    ... Aluminum electrolytic capacitors Snap-in capacitors Series/Type: B41252 Date: November 2008 © EPCOS AG 2008. Reproduction, publication and dissemination of this publication, enclosures hereto and the information contained therein without EPCOS' prior express consent is prohibited. ...

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    ... Features High ripple current capability RoHS-compatible Useful life of 2000 h at 105 C Construction Aluminum case, fully insulated Snap-in solder pins to hold component in place on PC-board Minus pole marking on the insulating sleeve Case with safety vent Please read Cautions and warnings and Important notes at the end of this document. ...

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    ... Useful life 2000 h R AC,R Shelf life After storage for 1000 h at 105 C, the capacitors shall meet the requirement of load life test after reforming process. After test: V applied for 30 minutes hours before measurement. Operating temperature 40 C ... +105 C range Characteristics at low Max. impedance ratio at 120 Hz ...

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    B41252 Standard series Dimensional drawing * = Shorter terminal (4 also available upon request. Dimensions (mm) Approx. weight ( ...

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    Overview of available types Case dimensions 820 1000 1200 1500 1800 2200 2700 3300 3900 4700 5600 6800 8200 22 Please read Cautions and warnings and Important notes at ...

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    B41252 Standard series Case dimensions 10000 25.4 12000 25.4 30 15000 25.4 25 25.4 30 18000 25.4 ...

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    Technical data and ordering codes C Case tan R 120 Hz dimensions 120 10000 22 25 0.45 12000 22 30 0.45 15000 22 35 0.45 ...

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    B41252 Standard series Technical data and ordering codes C Case tan R 120 Hz dimensions 120 27000 25.4 50 0.35 27000 30 40 0.35 27000 ...

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    ... Page B41252 105 C Ordering code AC,R B41252A7688M000 B41252B7688M000 B41252C7688M000 B41252A7828M000 B41252B7828M000 B41252C7828M000 B41252A7109M000 B41252B7109M000 B41252A7129M000 B41252B7129M000 B41252C7129M000 B41252A7159M000 B41252B7159M000 B41252A7189M000 B41252A7229M000 B41252A6278M000 B41252A6338M000 B41252A6398M000 B41252B6398M000 B41252C6398M000 B41252A6478M000 B41252B6478M000 B41252C6478M000 B41252A6568M000 B41252B6568M000 B41252C6568M000 B41252A6688M000 B41252B6688M000 B41252C6688M000 B41252A6828M000 B41252B6828M000 B41252A6109M000 B41252B6109M000 B41252A6129M000 B41252A6159M000 ...

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    B41252 Standard series Technical data and ordering codes C Case tan R 120 Hz dimensions 120 1200 22 25 0.15 1500 22 30 0.15 1500 ...

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    Technical data and ordering codes C Case tan R 120 Hz dimensions 120 2700 25.4 45 0.15 2700 30 35 0.15 3300 25.4 50 0.15 ...

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    B41252 Standard series Useful life depending on ambient temperature T Frequency factor of permissible ripple current I versus frequency Refer to chapter "General technical information, 5.3 Calculation of useful life" for an explanation on how to interpret ...

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    Impedance Z versus frequency f Typical behavior Please read Cautions and warnings and Important notes at the end of this document. B41252 Standard series Page 105 C ...

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    ... However, the amount of dangerous materials used in our products has been limited to an absolute minimum. Nevertheless, the following rules should be observed when handling Al electrolytic capacitors: Any escaping electrolyte should not come into contact with eyes or skin. If electrolyte does come into contact with the skin, wash the affected parts immediately with running water ...

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    ... Do not exceed the specified time or temperature limits during soldering. Please read Cautions and warnings and Important notes at the end of this document. B41252 Standard series Reference Chapter "General technical information" 1 "Basic construction of aluminum electrolytic capacitors" 3.1.6 "Reverse voltage" 7.2 "Maximum permissible operating temperature" 10 "Maintenance" 11.1 "Mounting positions of capacitors with screw terminals" ...

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    ... B41252 Standard series Topic Safety information Soldering, Do not allow halogenated hydrocarbons to come cleaning agents into contact with aluminum electrolytic capacitors. Passive Avoid external energy, such as fire or electricity. flammability Active Avoid overload of the capacitors. flammability Breakdown strength Do not damage the insulating sleeve, especially of insulating when ring clips are used for mounting ...

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    Symbols and terms Symbol English C Capacitance C Rated capacitance R C Series capacitance S C Series capacitance at temperature T S,T C Capacitance at frequency Case diameter, nominal dimension d Maximum case diameter max ESL Self-inductance ...

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    B41252 Standard series Symbol English V Voltage V Forming voltage F V Operating voltage op V Rated voltage, DC voltage R V Surge voltage S X Capacitive reactance C X Inductive reactance L Z Impedance Z Impedance at temperature T ...

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    Important notes The following applies to all products named in this publication: 1. Some parts of this publication contain statements about the suitability of our products for certain areas of application. These statements are based on our knowledge of typical ...