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High Capacitance - 12 Pages

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About Yageo Founded in 1977, the Yageo Corporation has become a world-class provider of passive component services with capabilities on a global scale, including production and sales facilities in Asia, Europe and the Americas. Yageo currently ranks as the world No.1 in chip-resistors, No. 3 in MLCCs and No. 4 in ferrite products, with a strong global presence: 21 sales offices in 15 countries, 9 production sites, 8 JIT logistic hubs, and 2 R&D centers worldwide. Ferroxcube and Vitrohm, who produce ferrites and leaded resistors, are also a part of the Yageo group. We support our customers with...

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High Performance and High Reliability The four cornerstones of technology required to manufacture high performance and high reliability high-cap MLCCs are: material technology, thin-film processing technology, production technology and base metal technology. Being vertically-integrated from material processing to production technology, Yageo is able to manufacture high-performance and high-reliability, high-cap MLCCs, controlling the production process from beginning to end. The graphics below show the trends in material development of advanced, high-cap MLCCs. Thanks to unique material technology,...

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Functionality Electrical signals contain various noise components such as EMI or equipment-generated noise. This noise can cause many problems such as crosstalk, false-triggering, or incorrect logic levels. High capacitance MLCCs can be used to reduce these noise signals and provide a more stable operating system. High-cap MLCCs have the following functions: 1. Bypassing: Used in filtering circuits, MLCCs having low capacitance change vs. frequency work to reduce unwanted signals (high-frequency noise) of the supply voltage to ICs, transistors, or other devices. 2. Decoupling: In addition to noise...

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Noise Filter and Snubbers High Freq. Signal Similarly, in smaller scale circuits, the spark may not be enough to damage the switch but will still radiate undesirable radio frequency interference (RFI), which a filter capacitor absorbs. Snubber capacitors are usually employed with a low-value resistor in series, to dissipate energy and minimize RFI. Such resistor-capacitor combinations are available in a single package. Low-Freq. Signal Pass High-Freq. Signal Pass High Capacitance MLCCs When an inductive circuit is opened, the current through the inductance collapses quickly, creating a large voltage...

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Performance Characteristics ESR vs Frequency Characteristics Power losses are in part caused by the inherent resistive elements of capacitors. In the case of an MLCC, the ESR is a electrode resistance and dielectric loss, which decreases as the frequency increases. Lower dielectric losses result in a higher self-resonance frequency, a higher quality factor, reduced self-heating, and better reliability and performance characteristics. 100.00

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Capacitance vs DC Bias Voltage Another consideration when selecting an MLCC is the inherent characteristics of capacitance change versus DC bias voltage. For Class II capacitors (X5R, X7R,Y5V, etc.), larger case size components with equal capacitance, have less capacitance change versus DC bias voltage than smaller-size components. High Capacitance MLCCs DC-Bias Performance Performance Characteristics Ripple Current One requirement of any high-frequency capacitor is its ability to withstand high ripple currents. In almost all cases, the current rating is constrained by the allowable temperature...

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Product Portfolio Electrical Characteristics Type Operating Temp range Capacitace range Voltage range Dimensions Inch-based Note : Actual product specifications, please refer to datasheet

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Packing Quantities 330mm / Ø13” reel Quantity per bulk case Tape width Product Portfolio High Capacitance MLCCs Size code

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Product Selection Tables X7R Product Range Size(mm)Cap X5R Product Range Size(mm)Cap Y5V Product Range Size(mm)Cap

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Ordering Code Definition Ordering example : CC0402KRX5R8BB105 CC 0402 K R X5R 8 B B 105 Series name (code 1-2) Capacitance value (code 15-17) CC = Multilayer chip capacitors Size code (code 3-6) Capacitance tolerance (code 7) K= ±10% M = ±20% Z= +80%~-20% Product selection Tables / Ordering Code Definition High Capacitance MLCCs 105 = 1 000 pF (2 significant digits+number of zeros; the 3rd digit signifies the multiplying factor, and letter R is decimal point) 0=x1 1 1 = x 10 2 2 = x 10 3 3 = x 10 4 4 = x 10 5 5 = x 10 6 6 = x 10 7 7 = x 10 X X R = Special capacitance (X X: capacitance before decimal...

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YAGEO - A GLOBAL COMPANY HQ Taipei, Taiwan NORTH AMERICA Suzhou, China Munich, Germany Qingdao, China Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Milan, Italy Dongguan, China Penang, Malaysia Roermond, Benelux Tokyo, Japan Szombathely, Hungary Seongnam, Korea Moscow, Russian Federation For a complete listing of all Yageo sales offices, distributors, and representatives, please visit "contact us" at www.yageo.com © YAGEO Corporation All rights are reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright owner. The information presented in this document does not form...

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