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Capacitors offer guaranteed operating temp of 105°C, 125°C

03 Jun 2013

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Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd has begun production of two new series monolithic ceramic capacitors. The 0402-sized 1µF capacitors measures at 1.0x0.5mm and has a guaranteed operating temperature of 105°C and a rated voltage of 25V. The 0805-sized 4.7µF capacitors measures at 2.0x1.25mm and has a guaranteed operating temperature of 125°C and a rated voltage of 50V.


Murata monolithic ceramic capacitors

Murata's 0805 (left) and 0402 (right) monolithic ceramic capacitors.


0805 features
Temperature characteristics: X7S characteristics

Rated voltage: 50V of direct current

Capacitance range: 4.7µF

Operating temperature range: X7S: -55°C to +125°C


0402 features

Temperature characteristics: X6S characteristics

Rated voltage: 25V of direct current

Capacitance range: 1µF

Operating temperature range: X6S: -55°C to +105°C




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