BLM21AG601SN1

Manufacturer Part NumberBLM21AG601SN1
ManufacturerMurata
BLM21AG601SN1 datasheet
 


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Mounting Hole

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Please read rating and !CAUTION (for storage, operating, rating, soldering, mounting and handling) in this PDF catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning, etc.
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• Please read rating and !CAUTION (for storage, operating, rating, soldering, mounting and handling) in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning, etc.
• This catalog has only typical specifications because there is no space for detailed specifications. Therefore, please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering.
This catalog has only typical specifications. Therefore, you are requested to approve our product specifications or to transact the approval sheet for product specificaions before ordering.

Mounting Hole

1.
Mounting holes should be designed as specified below.
Part number
DSN6
DSS6
VFR3V
2.5 0.2
VFS6V
DSN9
DSN9H
2.5 0.2
DST9
DST9H
2.5 0.2
DSS9
DSS9H
VFS9V
2.5 0.2
BNX
[Component
(PSG)
(CG)
2. Using THE block type EMIFILr effectively
The block type EMIFILr effectively prevents unwanted
reflections and external noise from entering the
equipment circuitry and power lines by grounding all the
high frequency components which make up the noise.
Therefore, if grouding is improperly done, the filters may be
unable to achieve the performance they are capable of.
To prevent this, be sure to observe the following instructions.
(1) When designing the P.C. board, use all the available
grounding terminals, and arrange the grounding circuit
so that the area of the foil for the grounding circuit is
maximized.
(2) Minimize the distance between the P.C. board ground
and the filter's grounding plate. Use through-hole P.C.
boards.
(3) Whichever P.C. board is used, push the filter into the
P.C. board up to the terminal roots.
(4) Do not connect PSG to CG by any other means except
through the filter. (See the item 1. TERMINAL LAYOUT)
1
Lead Type EMIFILr (Soldering and Mounting)
Bulk type
(in mm)
ø0.8-3
2.5 0.2
ø0.8-3
2.5 0.2
ø0.8-3
2.5 0.2
ø0.8-3
2.5 0.2
Side]
ø1.2
(B)
(CG)
(CG)
(CB)
2.5 0.1
5.0 0.1
7.5 0.1
[P.C.B. BOARD PATTERNS]
Use a bilateral P.C. board. Insert the BNX into the P.C.board until
the root of the terminal is secured. then solder.
(1) FRONT VIEW
PSG
PSG
CG
C31E9.pdf 03.3.12
Taping type
(in mm)
ø1.0-3
2.5 0.2
2.5 0.2
[TERMINAL LAYOUT (Bottom
figure)]
CB
CG
CG
PSG : Power supply ground
PSG
CG : Load circuit ground
B
CB
: Load circuit + Bias
(2) BOTTOM VIEW
B
B
PSG
Shield plate
B
B
PSG
CG
CG
CG
CG
CB
CG
CB
PSG
:
Power supply ground
CG
:
Load circuit ground
CB
:
Load circuit + Bias
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