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AC and Pulse Metallized Polypropylene Film Capacitors
MKP Radial Potted Type
FEATURES
5 mm to 52.5 mm lead pitch; 7.5 mm bent
back pitch
Low contact resistance
Low loss dielectric
Small dimensions for high density packaging
Supplied loose in box and taped on reel or
ammopack
Material categorization: for definitions of
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APPLICATIONS
Where steep pulses occur e.g. SMPS (switch mode power
supplies)
Electronic lighting e.g. ballast
Motor control circuits
High frequency and pulse operations
Deflection circuits in TV-sets (S-correction)
Loudspeaker crossover networks, storage, filter, timing
and sample and hold circuits
Note
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Notes
(1) Rated AC voltage is 600 VAC for pitch 37.5 mm
(2) Rated AC voltage is 800 VAC for pitch 37.5 mm
QUICK REFERENCE DATA
Capacitance range (E24 series) 0.00047 µF to 82 µF
Capacitance tolerance ± 5 %
Climatic testing class according to IEC 60068-1 55/110/56
Rated DC temperature 85 °C
Rated AC temperature 85 °C
Maximum application temperature 110 °C
Maximum operating temperature for limited time 125 °C
Reference specifications IEC 60384-17
Dielectric Polypropylene film
Electrodes Metallized
Construction Mono and internal serial construction
Encapsulation Flame retardant plastic case and epoxy resin
UL-class 94 V-0
Leads Tinned wire
Marking C-value; tolerance; rated voltage; manufacturer's type; code for dielectric material;
manufacturer location; manufacturer's logo; year and week
VOLTAGE RATINGS
Rated DC voltage 160 250 400 630 850 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500
Rated AC voltage 110 160 200 220 300 350 450 550 700 (1) 900 (2)
Rated peak to peak voltage 310 450 560 620 850 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500
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COMPOSITION OF CATALOG NUMBER
Notes
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(1) Packaging will be bulk for all capacitors with pitch 15 mm and such with long leads (> 5 mm).
Capacitors with short leads up to 5 mm and pitch > 15 mm will be in tray and asking code will be “T”.
1 2 3 4 5 6
M K P 3 8 5
7
1
8 9
4 7
10 11 12
2 5 0
13
J
14
F
15
P
16
2
17
T
18
0
J ± 5 %
ASpecial tolerance
B/T
R
Z
H
W
G
Bulk/loose (1)
Tape and reel; (H: 16 mm; 500 mm)
Tape and reel; (H: 16 mm; 356 mm)
Ammo (H: 16 mm)
Tape and reel (H: 18.5 mm; 500 mm)
Ammo (H: 18.5 mm)
Excluding bent back
For bent back only
For bent back only
For bent back only
Pitch 5 mm to 22.5 mm
Pitch ≤ 10 mm
Packing Code Packing Style Remark
0: Space holder
It (mm) Lead Length Code
3.5 + 1.0/- 0.5 A ≤ 10
3.5 ± 0.3 P ≥ 15
5 ± 1 M All
25 ± 2 I All
Pitch (mm)
Tolerance
Capacitance Code
(numerically)
Type
2 pins2
4
5
(#)
4 pins P2 = 10.2 mm
4 pins P2 = 20.3 mm
Customized
Special Code for Terminal
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
1000
1
2
3
4
5
6
Multiplier (nF)
Example
147
210
310
410
510
610
470 pF
1 nF
10 nF
100 nF
1000 nF
10 000 nF
0.00047 µF
0.001 µF
0.01 µF
0.1 µF
1.0 µF
10.0 µF
5
7.5
10
15
22.5
27.5
37.5
P1 (mm)
B
C
D
F
I
K
Y
37.5
52.5
P
Pitch Code
0 = Standard
Other = Special
Special
016 = 160
025 = 250
040 = 400
063 = 630
100 = 1000
085 = 850
125 = 1250
160 = 1600
200 = 2000
250 = 2500
Voltage (VDC)
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Note
| F-F' | < 0.3 mm
F = 7.5 mm + 0.6 mm / - 0.1 mm
Ø dt ± 10 % of standard diameter specified
ELECTRICAL DATA (For Detailed Ratings go to www.vishay.com/doc?28182)
URDC
(V)
CAP.
(μF)
160 0.011 min.
82 max.
250 0.010 min.
62 max.
400 0.0043 min.
27 max.
630 0.0015 min.
15 max.
850 0.001 min.
10 max.
1000 0.00047 min.
6.8 max.
1250 0.00047 min.
5.1 max.
1600 0.00047 min.
2.7 max.
2000 0.00047 min.
1.6 max.
2500 0.00047 min.
0.68 max.
DIMENSIONS in millimeters
w
Ø dt
l
l
P
I
P2 ± 0.5
Ø dt
Marking
P1 ± 0.5
6 -2
h
w
h
lt
hh'
w
Ø dt
H
F
10
F'
(1)
15
CBB511
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MOUNTING
Normal Use
The capacitors are designed for mounting on printed-circuit boards. The capacitors packed in bandoliers are designed for
mounting on printed-circuit boards by means of automatic insertion machines.
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Specific Method of Mounting to Withstand Vibration and Shock
In order to withstand vibration and shock tests, it must be ensured that the stand-off pips are in good contact with the
printed-circuit board:
For original pitch = 15 mm the capacitors shall be mechanically fixed by the leads
For larger pitches the capacitors shall be mounted in the same way and the body clamped
Space Requirements on Printed-Circuit Board
The maximum length and width of film capacitors is shown in the drawing:
For products with pitch 15 mm, w = l = 0.3 mm and h = 0.1 mm
For products with 15 mm < pitch 27.5 mm, w =l = 0.5 mm and h = 0.1
For products with pitch = 37.5 mm w = l = 0.7 mm and h = 0.5 mm
For products with pitch = 52.5 mm, w = l = 1 mm and h = 0.5 mm
Eccentricity as in drawing. The maximum eccentricity is smaller than or equal to the lead diameter of the product concerned.
SOLDERING CONDITIONS
For general soldering conditions and wave soldering profile we refer to the document “Soldering Conditions Vishay Film
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STORAGE TEMPERATURE
Storage temperature: Tstg = -25 °C to +35 °C with RH maximum 75 % without condensation.
RATINGS AND CHARACTERISTICS REFERENCE CONDITIONS
Unless otherwise specified, all electrical values apply to an ambient free temperature of 23 °C ± 1 °C, an atmospheric pressure
of 86 kPa to 106 kPa and a relative humidity of 50 % ± 2 %.
For reference testing, a conditioning period shall be applied over 96 h ± 4 h by heating the products in a circulating air oven at
the rated temperature and a relative humidity not exceeding 20 %.
Eccentricity
wmax. = w + Δ
hmax. = h + Δ
Imax. = I + Δ
Seating plane
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CHARACTERISTICS
Capacitance as a function of ambient temperature (typical curve)
(1 kHz)
Max. DC and AC voltage as function of temperature
Impedance as a function of frequency (typical curve)
Maximum allowed component temperature rise (T)
as a function of ambient temperature (Tamb)
Insulation resistance as a function of ambient temperature
(typical curve)
- 60 - 20 020 50 100 130
Tamb (°C)
- 8
- 6
- 4
- 2
0
2
4
ΔC/C (%)
- 60 - 20 20 60 100 T
amb
(°C)
factor
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
103
102
100
10-3
f (Hz)
105
104106107108
Impedance (Ω)
10-1
10-2
101100 nF
10 µF
82 µF
0.47 nF
12
8
4
0Tamb (°C)
300 60 90 130
ΔT (°C)
106
105
104
Tamb (°C)
300 60 90 120
RC (s)
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Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (160 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (250 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (400 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (160 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (250 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (400 V)
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104105106
AC voltage
(V)
Tamb
85 °C, 160 VDC
47 µF
10 µF
2.2 µF
1 µF
100 nF
22 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102105106107
AC voltage
(V)
Tamb
85 °C, 250 VDC
47 µF
22 µF
4.7 µF
1 µF
100 nF
22 nF
2.2 µF
104
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104105107
AC voltage
(V)
Tamb
85 °C, 400 VDC
106
22 µF
10 µF
2.2 µF
1 µF
470 nF
100 nF
10 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104105106
AC voltage
(V)
85 °C < Tamb
110°C, 160 VDC
47 µF
10 µF
2.2 µF
1 µF
100 nF
22 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104105
AC voltage
(V)
106107
85 °C < Tamb
110 °C, 250 VDC
47 µF
22 µF
4.7 µF
2.2 µF
1 µF
100 nF
22 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104105107
AC voltage
(V)
85 °C
<
Tamb
110 °C, 400 VDC
22 µF
10 µF
2.2 µF
470 nF
100 nF
1 µF
10 nF
106
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Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (630 V)
Max RMS voltage as function of frequency (850 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (1000 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (630 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (850 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (1000 V)
103
102
101
f (Hz)
104
103105106107
AC voltage
(V)
Tamb
85 °C, 630 VDC
10 µF
4.7 µF
2.2 µF
470 nF
100 nF
47 nF
10 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
104
103105106107
AC voltage
(V)
10 µF
4.7 µF
1 µF
220 nF
100 nF
4.7 nF
Tamb
85 °C, 850 VDC
103
102
101
f (Hz)
104
103105106107
AC voltage
(V)
Tamb
85 °C, 1000 VDC
4.7 µF
2.2 µF
470 nF
220 nF
47 nF
10 nF
4.7 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104105106107
AC voltage
(V)
85 °C < Tamb
110 °C
, 630 VDC
10 µF
4.7 µF
2.2 µF
470 nF
100 nF
47 nF
10 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104105106107
AC voltage
(V)
85 °C < Tamb
110 °C
, 850 VDC
10 µF
4.7 µF
1 µF
220 nF
100 nF
4.7 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102105
104106107
AC voltage
(V)
85 °C < Tamb
110 °C
, 1000 VDC
4.7 µF
2.2 µF
470 nF
220 nF
47 nF
10 nF
4.7 nF
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Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (1250 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (1600 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (2000 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (1250 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (1600 V)
Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (2000 V)
103
102
101
f (Hz)
104
103105106107
AC voltage
(V)
Tamb
85 °C, 1250 VDC
4.7 µF
2.2 µF
470 nF
100 nF
47 nF
10 nF
2.2 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
104
103105106107
AC voltage
(V)
Tamb
85 °C, 1600 VDC
2.2 µF
1 µF
220 nF
47 nF
22 nF
4.7 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
104
103105106107
AC voltage
(V)
Tamb
85 °C, 2000 VDC
1 µF
470 nF
220 nF
47 nF
10 nF
2.2 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104106107
AC voltage
(V)
105
85 °C < Tamb
110 °C, 1
250 VDC
4.7 µF
2.2 µF
470 nF
100 nF
47 µF
10 µF
2.2 µF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104105107
AC voltage
(V)
106
85 °C < Tamb
110 °C, 1600 VDC
2.2 µF
1 µF
220 nF
47 nF
22 nF 4.7 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104105107
AC voltage
(V)
106
85 °C < Tamb
≤ 110 °C
, 2000 VDC
1 µF 470 nF
220 nF
47 nF
10 nF
2.2 nF
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Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (2500 V) Max. RMS voltage as function of frequency (2500 V)
Maximum IRMS current in function of the ambient temperature
103
102
101
f (Hz)
104
103105106107
AC voltage
(V)
Tamb
85 °C, 2500 VDC
470 nF
220 nF
47 nF
4.7 nF
103
102
101
f (Hz)
103
102104105107
AC voltage
(V)
106
85 °C < Tamb
110 °C, 2500 VDC
470 nF
220 nF
47 nF
4.7 nF
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Tangent of loss angle as a function of frequency (typical curve)
160 V:
C 0.018 µF, curve 1
0.018 < C 0.12 µF, curve 2
0.12 < C 0.16 µF, curve 5
0.16 < C 0.33 µF, curve 6
0.33 < C 0.47 µF, curve 7
0.47 < C 0.91 µF, curve 10
0.91 < C 1.1 µF, curve 11
1.1 < C 1.6 µF, curve 12
1.6 < C 2.4 µF, curve 13
2.4 < C 3 µF, curve 14
3 < C 5.6 µF, curve 15
5.6 < C 43 µF, curve 18
43 < C 82 µF, curve 20
250 V:
C 0.043 µF, curve 2
0.043 < C 0.091 µF, curve 3
0.091 < C 0.11 µF, curve 5
0.11 < C 0.43 µF, curve 6
0.33 < C 0.47 µF, curve 7
0.43 < C 0.91 µF, curve 10
0.91 < C 3.3 µF, curve 12
3.3 < C 5.6 µF, curve 13
5.6 < C 33 µF, curve 18
33 < C 62 µF, curve 20
400 V:
C 0.010 µF, curve 1
0.010 < C 0.036 µF, curve 2
0.036 < C 0.043 µF, curve 3
0.043 < C 0.18 µF, curve 4
0.18 < C 0.43 µF, curve 8
0.43 < C 0.75 µF, curve 10
0.75 < C 3.0 µF, curve 11
3.3 < C 15 µF, curve 17
15 < C 27 µF, curve 19
630 V:
C 0.018 µF, curve 1
0.018 < C 0.024 µF, curve 2
0.024 < C 0.043 µF, curve 3
0.043 < C 0.11 µF, curve 4
0.11 < C 0.24 µF, curve 7
0.24 < C 2.4 µF, curve 9
2.4 < C 8.2 µF, curve 16
8.2 < C 15 µF, curve 19
850 V:
C 0.0091 µF, curve 1
0.0091 < C 0.051 µF, curve 2
0.051 < C 0.12 µF, curve 3
0.12 < C 0.68 µF, curve 4
0.68 < C 1.3 µF, curve 6
1000 V:
C 0.015 µF, curve 1
0.015 < C 0.056 µF, curve 2
0.056 < C 0.10 µF, curve 3
0.1 < C 0.91 µF, curve 4
1250 V:
C 0.033 µF, curve 1
0.033 < C 0.091 µF, curve 2
0.091 < C 0.68 µF, curve 3
1600 V:
C 0.0091 µF, curve 1
0.0091 < C 0.27 µF, curve 2
0.27 < C 0.36 µF, curve 3
0.36 < C 1 µF, curve 5
2000 V:
C 0.018 µF, curve1
0.018 < C 0.22 µF, curve 2
0.22 < C 1 µF, curve 4
2500 V:
C 0.082 µF, curve1
0.082 < C 0.39 µF, curve 2
0.39 < C 0.68 µF, curve 4
1
10
100
1000
100 1000 10 000 100 000 1 000 000
Dissipation factor (x 10-4)
f (Hz)
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
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POWER DISSIPATION AND MAXIMUM COMPONENT TEMPERATURE RISE
The power dissipation must be limited in order not to exceed the maximum allowed component temperature rise as a function
of the free air ambient temperature.
The power dissipation can be calculated according type detail specification “HQN-384-01/101: Technical information film
capacitors with the typical tgd of the curves.”.
The component temperature rise (T) can be measured (see section “Measuring the component temperature” for more details)
or calculated by T = P/G:
T = component temperature rise (°C)
P = power dissipation of the component (mW)
G = heat conductivity of the component (mW/°C)
MEASURING THE COMPONENT TEMPERATURE
A thermocouple must be attached to the capacitor body as in:
The temperature is measured in unloaded (Tamb) and maximum loaded condition (TC).
The temperature rise is given by T = TC - Tamb.
To avoid radiation or convection, the capacitor should be tested in a wind-free box.
HEAT CONDUCTIVITY (G) AS A FUNCTION OF (ORIGINAL) PITCH AND CAPACITOR BODY
THICKNESS IN mW/°C
Wmax
(mm)
HEAT CONDUCTIVITY (mW/°C)
PITCH
5 mm
PITCH
7.5 mm
PITCH
10 mm
PITCH
15 mm
PITCH
22.5 mm
PITCH
27.5 mm
PITCH
37.5 mm
PITCH
52.5 mm
3-4------
3.53-------
4 - 5 6.5 - - - - -
4.54-------
5-67.510----
6 5.5 7 9 11 19 - - -
7 - - - 12 21 - - -
8.5 - - - 16 25 - - -
9- - - - - 31 - -
10---1828---
11 - - - - - 36 - -
12 - - - - 34 - - -
13 - - - - - 42 - -
14.5 - - - - - - - -
15 - - - - - 48 - -
18 - - - - - 57 - -
18.5 - - - - - - 89 -
21 - - - - - 68 - -
21.5 - - - - - - 102 -
24 - - - - - - 116 -
25 - - - - - - - 152
30 - - - - - - 134 181
35 - - - - - - - 197
Thermocouple
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APPLICATION NOTE AND LIMITING CONDITIONS
For capacitors connected in parallel, normally the proof voltage and possibly the rated voltage must be reduced. For information
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These capacitors are not suitable for mains applications as across-the-line capacitors without additional protection, as
described hereunder. These mains applications are strictly regulated in safety standards and therefore electromagnetic
interference suppression capacitors conforming the standards must be used.
To select the capacitor for a certain application, the following conditions must be checked:
1. The peak voltage (Up) shall not be greater than the rated DC voltage (URDC)
2. The peak-to-peak voltage (Up-p) shall not be greater than the maximum (Up-p) to avoid the ionization inception level
3. The voltage peak slope (dU/dt) shall not exceed the rated voltage pulse slope in an RC-circuit at rated voltage and without
ringing. If the pulse voltage is lower than the rated DC voltage, the rated voltage pulse slope may be multiplied by URDC and
divided by the applied voltage.
For all other pulses following equation must be fulfilled:
T is the pulse duration
4. The maximum component surface temperature rise must be lower than the limits (see graph “Max. allowed component
temperature rise”).
5. Since in circuits used at voltages over 280 V peak-to-peak the risk for an intrinsically active flammability after a capacitor
breakdown (short circuit) increases, it is recommended that the power to the component is limited to 100 times the values
mentioned in the table: “Heat Conductivity”
6. When using these capacitors as across-the-line capacitor in the input filter for mains applications or as series connected
with an impedance to the mains the applicant must guarantee that the following conditions are fulfilled in any case (spikes
and surge voltages from the mains included).
EXAMPLE
C = 4n7 - 1600 V used for the voltage signal shown in next drawing.
Up-p = 1000 V; Up = 900 V; T1 = 12 µs; T2 = 64 µs; T3 = 4 µs
The ambient temperature is 80 °C. In case of failure, the oscillation is blocked.
Checking the conditions:
1. The peak voltage Up = 900 V is lower than 1600 VDC
2. The peak-to-peak voltage 1000 V is lower than 22 x 550 VAC = 1600 Up-p
3. The voltage pulse slope (dU/dt) = 1000 V/4 µs = 250 V/µs
This is lower than 4000 V/µs (see specific reference data for each version)
4. The dissipated power is 35 mW as calculated with fourier terms and typical tgd.
The temperature rise for Wmax. = 6 mm and pitch = 15 mm will be 35 mW/9 mW/°C = 3.9 °C
This is lower than 10 °C temperature rise at 80 °C, according graph.
5. Oscillation is blocked
6. Not applicable
VOLTAGE SIGNAL
VOLTAGE CONDITIONS FOR 6 ABOVE
ALLOWED VOLTAGESTamb ≤ 85 °C 85 °C < Tamb ≤ 110 °C 110 °C < Tamb ≤ 125 °C
Maximum continuous RMS voltage URAC 0.7 x URAC 0.5 x URAC
Maximum temporary RMS-over voltage (< 24 h) 1.25 x URAC 0.875 x URAC 0.625 x URAC
Maximum peak voltage (Vo-p) (< 2 s) 1.6 x URDC 1.1 x URDC 0.8 x URDC
2dU
dt
--------


2
0
T
dt URDC
dU
dt
--------


rated
Voltage
Up
T3T1
T2
Up-p
Time
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INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS
General Notes
Sub-clause numbers of tests and performance requirements refer to the “Sectional Specification, Publication IEC 60384-17 and
Specific Reference Data”.
GROUP C INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS
SUB-CLAUSE NUMBER AND TESTCONDITIONSPERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
SUB-GROUP C1A PART OF SAMPLE OF
SUB-GROUP C1
4.1 Dimensions (detail) As specified in Chapters “General data” of
this specification
4.3.1 Initial measurements Capacitance
Tangent of loss angle:
C ≤ 1 µF at 100 kHz
1 µF < C ≤ 10 µF at 10 kHz
C > 10 µF at 1 kHz
4.3 Robustness of terminations Tensile: load 10 N; 10 s
Bending: load 5 N; 4 x 90°
No visible damage
4.4 Resistance to soldering heat Method: 1 A
Solder bath: 280 °C ± 5 °C
Duration: 10 s
4.14 Component solvent resistance Isopropylalcohol at room temperature
Method: 2
Immersion time: 5 min ± 0.5 min
Recovery time:
min. 1 h, max. 2 h
4.4.2 Final measurements Visual examination No visible damage
Legible marking
CapacitancelC/Cl 1 % of the value measured initially.
Tangent of loss angle Increase of tan :
0.0005 for: C 100 nF at 100 kHz
0.0010 for: 100 nF < C 470 nF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 470 nF < C 1 µF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 1 µF < C 10 µF at 10 kHz
0.0015 for: C > 10 µF at 1 kHz
Compared to values measured in 4.3.1
4.6.1 Initial measurements Capacitance
Tangent of loss angle:
C 1 µF at 100 kHz
1 µF < C 10 µF at 10 kHz
C >10 µF at 1 kHz
4.15 Solvent resistance of the marking Isopropylalcohol at room temperature
Method: 1
Rubbing material: cotton wool
Immersion time: 5 min ± 0.5 min
No visible damage
Legible marking
4.6 Rapid change of temperature A = -55 °C
B = +110 °C
5 cycles
Duration t = 30 min
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SUB-GROUP C1A PART OF SAMPLE OF
SUB-GROUP C1
4.7. Vibration Visual examination
Mounting: see section “Mounting” for
more information
Procedure B4
Frequency range: 10 Hz to 55 Hz.
Amplitude: 0.75 mm or
Acceleration 98 m/s
(whichever is less severe)
Total duration 6 h.
No visible damage
4.7.2 Final inspection Visual examination
4.9 Shock Mounting: see section “Mounting” for
more information
Pulse shape: half sine
Acceleration: 490 m/s
Duration of pulse: 11 ms
4.9.3 Final measurements Visual examinationNo visible damage
Capacitance lC/Cl ≤ 2 % of the value measured in 4.6.1.
Tangent of loss angle Increase of tan :
0.0005 for: C 100 nF at 100 kHz
0.0010 for: 100 nF < C 470 nF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 470 nF < C 1 µF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 1 µF < C 10 µF at 10 kHz
0.0015 for: C > 10 µF at 1 kHz
Compared to values measured in 4.6.1
Insulation resistance As specified in section “Insulation
Resistance” of this specification.
SUB-GROUP C1
COMBINED SAMPLE OF SPECIMENS OF
SUB-GROUPS C1A AND C1B
4.10 Climatic sequence
4.10.2 Dry heat Temperature +110 °C
Duration: 16 h
4.10.3 Damp heat cyclic
Test Db, first cycle
4.10.4 Cold Temperature: -55 °C
Duration: 2 h
4.10.6 Damp heat cyclic
Test Db remaining cycles
4.10.6.2 Final measurements Voltage proof = URDC for 1 min within
15 min after removal from test chamberNo breakdown or flashover
Visual examination No visible damage
Legible marking
Capacitance lC/Cl 2 % of the value measured in 4.4.2
or 4.9.3
Tangent of loss angle Increase of tan :
0.0005 for: C 100 nF at 100 kHz
0.0010 for: 100 nF < C 470 nF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 470 nF < C 1 µF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 1 µF <C 10 µF at 10 kHz
0.0015 for: C >10 µF at 1 kHz
Compared to values measured in 4.3.1
or 4.6.1
Insulation resistance 50 % of values specified in section
“Insulation Resistance” of this specification.
GROUP C INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS
SUB-CLAUSE NUMBER AND TESTCONDITIONSPERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
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SUB-GROUP C2
4.11 Damp heat steady state 56 days; 40 °C; 90 % to 95 % RH
no load
4.11.1 Initial measurements Capacitance
Tangent of loss angle at 1 kHz
4.11.3 Final measurements Voltage proof = URDC for 1 min within
15 min after removal from test chamberNo breakdown or flashover
Visual examination No visible damage
Legible marking
Capacitance lC/Cl 2 % of the value measured in
4.11.1.
Tangent of loss angle Increase of tan 
0.0005 for: C 100 nF at 100 kHz
0.0010 for: 100 nF < C 470 nF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 470 nF < C 1 µF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 1 µF < C 10 µF at 10 kHz
0.0015 for: C >10 µF at 1 kHz
Compared to values measured in 4.11.1.
Insulation resistance 50 % of values specified in section
“Insulation resistance” of this specification
SUB-GROUP C3A
4.12.1 Endurance Duration: 2000 h
Temperature: 85 °C
Voltage: 1.25 x URAC VRMS, 50 Hz or
Duration: 2000 h
Temperature: 110 °C
Voltage: 0.875 x URAC VRMS, 50 Hz
4.12.1.1 Initial measurements Capacitance
Tangent of loss angle
C 1 µF at 100 kHz
1 µF < C 10 µF at 10 kHz
C > 10 µF at 1 kHz
4.12.1.3 Final measurements Visual examination No visible damage
Legible marking
Capacitance lC/Cl 5 % for C > 10 nF
lC/Cl 8 % for C 10 nF
Compared to values measured in 4.12.1.1
Tangent of loss angle Increase of tan :
0.0005 for: C 100 nF at 100 kHz
0.0010 for: 100 nF < C 470 nF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 470 nF < C 1 µF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for 1 µF < C 10 µF at 10 kHz
0.0015 for: C > 10 µF at 1 kHz
Compared to values measured in 4.12.1.1
Insulation resistance 50 % of values specified in section
“Insulation resistance” of this specification.
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SUB-GROUP C3B
4.12.2 Endurance test at 50 Hz
alternating voltage
Duration: 500 h
Voltage: 1.25 x URDC 110 °C
4.12.2.1 Initial measurements 0.625 x URAC at 125 °C
Capacitance
Tangent of loss angle:
C 1 µF at 100 kHz
1 µF < C 10 µF at 10 kHz
C > 10 µF at 1 kHz
4.12.2.3 Final measurements Visual examination No visible damage
Legible marking
Capacitance lC/Cl ≤ 10 % + 100 pF compared to values
measured in 4.12.2.1
Tangent of loss angle Increase of tan :
0.0005 for: C 100 nF at 100 kHz
0.0010 for: 100 nF < C 470 nF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 470 nF < C 1 µF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 1 µF < C 10 µF at 10 kHz
0.0015 for: C >10 µF at 1 kHz
Compared to values measured in 4.12.2.1
Insulation resistance 50 % of values specified in section
“Insulation Resistance” of this
specification.
SUB-GROUP C4
4.2.6 Temperature characteristics
Initial measurements
Intermediate measurements
Capacitance
Capacitance at -55 °C
Capacitance at 20 °C
Capacitance at +125 °C
For -55 °C to +20 °C:
+1 % lC/Cl 3.75 % or
for 20 °C to 105 °C:
-7.5 % lC/Cl 0 %
Final measurements Capacitance As specified in section “Capacitance” of
this specification
Insulation resistance As specified in section “Insulation
Resistance” of this specification
4.13 Charge and discharge 10 000 cycles
Charged to URDC discharge resistance:
4.13.1 Initial measurements
Capacitance
Tangent of loss angle:
C ≤ 1 µF at 100 kHz
1 µF < C 1 µF at 10 kHz
C 10 µF at 1 kHz
4.13.3 Final measurements Capacitance lC/Cl 1 % compared to values measured
in 4.13.1.
Tangent of loss angle Increase of tan :
0.0005 for: C 100 nF or
0.001 for: 100 nF < C 470 nF or
0.0015 for: C > 470 nF
Compared to values measured in 4.13.1
Insulation resistance 50 % of values specified in section
“Insulation Resistance” of this
specification.
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SUB-CLAUSE NUMBER AND TESTCONDITIONSPERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
RURDC
2.5 x C (dU/dt)
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A.1 Ignition of lamp test
Only for 1600 V and 2000 V series
(Cap. value < 33 nF)
Capacitance
A.1.1 Initial measurements Tangent of loss angle at 100 kHz
Temperature: 85 °C
A.1.2 Ignition of lamp test 10 000 cycles: 1 s ON 29 s OFF:
Frequency: 60 kHz
Voltage:
1600 V type: 2800 Vpp2000 V type: 3000
Vpp
A.1.3 Final measurements Visual examination No visible damage
Capacitance lC/Cl ≤ 5 % of the value measured in A.1.1
Tangent of loss angle Increase of tan :
0.0005 for: C 100 nF at 100 kHz
0.0010 for: 100 nF < C 470 nF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 470 nF < C 1 µF at 100 kHz
0.0015 for: 1 µF < C 10 µF at 10 kHz
0.0015 for: C >10 µF at 1 kHz
Compared to values measured in A.1.1
Insulation resistance 50 % of values specified in section
“Insulation Resistance” of this specification
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