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DE1E3KX472MA5BA01

Manufacturer Part Number
DE1E3KX472MA5BA01
Description
Cap Ceramic 0.0047uF 250VAC E 20% 15 X 8mm RDL 10mm Bulk
Manufacturer
Murata Electronics
Type
Radialr
Datasheet

Specifications of DE1E3KX472MA5BA01

Package/case
15(Max) X 8(Max)
Lead Pitch For Radial
10 mm
Capacitance Value
0.0047 uF
Dielectric
E
Tolerance
20 %
Voltage
250 Vac
Product Depth
8(Max) mm
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No.
12
10
11 Solderability of Leads
* "room condition" Temperature: 15 to 35°C, Relative humidity: 45 to 75%, Atmospheric pressure: 86 to 106kPa
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2
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Operating Temperature Range
Appearance and Dimensions
Marking
Dielectric
Strength
Insulation
Resistance (I.R.)
Capacitance
Dissipation Factor (D.F.)
Temperature Characteristics
Strength of Lead
Vibration
Resistance
Soldering Effect
(Non-Preheat)
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Item
Between Lead
Wires
Body Insulation
Between Lead
Wires
Pull
Bending
Appearance
Capacitance
D.F.
Appearance
Capacitance
Change
Dielectric Strength
(Between Lead
Wires)
-25 to +85°C
No marked defect on appearance form
and dimensions are within specified
range.
To be easily legible
No failure
No failure
10000MΩ min.
Within specified tolerance
Char. B, E: 2.5% max.
Char. F: 5.0% max.
Char. B: Within ±10%
Char. E: Within +20/-55%
Char. F: Within +30/-80%
Pre-treatment: Capacitor should be stored at 85±2°C for 1 hr., then placed at
Lead wire should not be cut off.
Capacitor should not be broken.
No marked defect
Within specified tolerance
Char. B, E: 2.5% max.
Char. F: 5.0% max.
Lead wire should be soldered with
uniform coating on the axial direction
over 3/4 of the circumferential direction.
No marked defect
Char. B: Within ±5%
Char. E: Within ±15%
Char. F: Within ±20%
Per item 4.
Specifications
room condition* for 24±2 hrs. before measurements.
Temp. (°C)
Step
DEB Series Specifications and Test Methods
20±2
1
-25±3
The capacitor should be visually inspected for evidence of
defect. Dimensions should be measured with slide calipers.
The capacitor should be visually inspected.
The capacitor should not be damaged when DC voltage of
200% of the rated voltage is applied between the lead wires for
1 to 5 sec. (Charge/Discharge currentV50mA)
The capacitor is placed in the container
with metal balls of diameter 1mm so that
each lead wire, short circuited, is kept
about 2mm off the metal balls as shown in
the figure at right, and DC voltage of 1.3kV
is applied for 1 to 5 sec. between capacitor
lead wires and metal balls.
(Charge/Discharge currentV50mA)
The insulation resistance should be measured with
DC500±50V within 60±5 sec. of charging.
The capacitance should be measured at 20°C with 1±0.2kHz
and AC5V(r.m.s.) max.
The dissipation factor should be measured at 20°C with
1±0.2kHz and AC5V(r.m.s.) max.
The capacitance measurement should be made at each step
specified in Table.
As shown in the figure at right, fix the body of
the capacitor and apply a tensile weight
gradually to each lead wire in the radial
direction of the capacitor up to 10N (5N for
lead diameter 0.5mm), and keep it for 10±1
sec.
Each lead wire should be subjected to 5N (2.5N for lead
diameter 0.5mm) of weight and bent 90° at the point of egress,
in one direction, then returned to its original position and bent
90° in the opposite direction at the rate of one bend in 2 to 3
sec.
The capacitor should be firmly soldered to the supporting lead
wire and vibrated at a frequency range of 10 to 55Hz, 1.5mm in
total amplitude, with about a 1 minute rate of vibration change
from 10Hz to 55Hz and back to 10Hz. Apply for a total of 6 hrs.,
2 hrs. each in 3 mutually perpendicular directions.
The lead wire of a capacitor should be dipped into a ethanol
solution of 25wt% rosin and then into molten solder for 2±0.5
sec. In both cases the depth of dipping is up to about 1.5 to
2mm from the root of lead wires.
Temp. of solder: Lead Free Solder (Sn-3Ag-0.5Cu) 245±5°C
The lead wire should be immersed into the melted solder of
350±10°C (Body of ø5mm and under: 270±5°C) up to about 1.5
to 2mm from the main body for 3.5±0.5 sec.
(Body of ø5mm and under: 5±0.5 sec.)
Pre-treatment: Capacitor should be stored at 85±2°C for 1 hr.,
Post-treatment: Capacitor should be stored for 4 to 24 hrs. at
2
20±2
3
then placed at room condition* for 24±2 hrs.
before initial measurements.
room condition*.
H63 Eutectic Solder 235±5°C
85±2
4
Test Method
20±2
5
Continued on the following page.
W
Metal balls
About 2mm
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