BLM21AG601SN1

Manufacturer Part NumberBLM21AG601SN1
ManufacturerMurata
BLM21AG601SN1 datasheet
 
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Using EMIGUARDr effectively

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!Note
Please read rating and !CAUTION (for storage, operating, rating, soldering, mounting and handling) in this PDF catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning, etc.
!Note
• 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.
Lead Type EMIFILr (Soldering and Mounting)
Continued from the preceding page.
3. Using EMIGUARDr effectively
(1) Terminal (with mark) should be connected to the line of
incoming electrostatic surge. (There is polarity.)
Otherwise, no effect in ESD suppression can be
expected. (VFR3V)
(2) Products should be used at rated voltage or less and
rated current or less.
(3) Products should not be applied for the absorption of
surges which have large energy (ex. induced lightning
surges, switching surges) because it is designed for the
absorption of electrostatic surges. (VFR3V)
(4) Electrostatic test should be done on the following
conditions. (VFR3V)
2
2
5
n • [ C / R • V
]
< 8.0 10
n : Times applies
C : Charging Capacitance (pF)
V : Testing Voltage (kV)
R : Charging Resistance ( )
4. Soldering
(1) Use Rosin-based flux. Do not use strong acidic flux with
halide content exceeding 0.2 (wt)% (chlorine conversion
value).
(2) Standard flow soldering profile.
(3) Products and the leads should not be subjected to any
mechanical stress during the soldering process, or while
subjected to the equivalent high temperatures.
5. Cleaning Conditions
Do not clean VFR3V, PLT09H and VFS6Vseries.
Clean other parts in the following conditions.
(1) Cleaning temperature should be limited to 60 C
max.(40 C max for alcohol type cleaner.)
(2) Ultrasonic cleaning should be comply with the following
conditions, avoiding the resonance phenomenon at the
mounted products and P.C.B.
Power : 20 W / l max. Frequency : 28kHz to 40kHz
Time : 5 min. max.
(3) Cleaner
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a) Alcohol type cleaner
• Isopropyl alcohol (IPA)
b) Aqueous agent (PLT series cannot be cleaned)
• Surface Active Agent Type
(CLEANTHROUGH 750H)
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Example of input terminal
Example of output terminal
incoming
Electrostatic Surges
[Flow Soldering]
Preheating (in air)
Soldering
300
240 to 260 C
250
200
150
100
50
1 minutes min.
5s. max.
Pre-heating
150˚C, 60 seconds min.
Solder Temperature
240 - 260 C, 5 seconds within
• Hydrocarbon Type (COLDCLEANER 375)
• Higher Alcohol Type (PINE ALPHA ST-100S)
• Alkali Saponification Type
(*AQUACLEANER 210SEI)
* Alkali saponification should be diluted to 15%
volume with de-ionized water.
(4) There should be no residual flux or residual cleaner after
cleaning.
In the case of using aqueous agent, products should be
dried completely after rinsing with de-ionized water in
order to remove the cleaner.
(5) Other cleaning : Please contact us.
C31E9.pdf 03.3.12
incoming
Electrostatic Surges
Gradual cooling
(in air)
2