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  • CDE Cornell Dubilier • 1605 E. Rodney French Blvd. • New Bedford, MA 02744 • Phone: (508)996-8561 • Fax: (508)996-3830 • www.cde.com

    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT CapacitorsTape Specifications Reel Specifications

    Design KitsDesign kits containing various ratings are available through the CDE web site.

    Typical Temperature Characteristics

    Tol.: ± mm unless otherwise specified

    W ±0.3 E F

    D– + 0.1/–0.0 PØ

    P1 ±0.2 P2

    A±0.2

    B ±0.2 t1

    12.0 1.8 5.5 1.5 4.0 8.0 2.0 7.7 4.6 0.4 A ±0.2 B Min. C ±0.5 D ±0.8 E ±0.5 W ±1.0 t333.0 50.0 13.0 21.0 2.0 14.0 3.0

    SPA Type ESRD ESRE ESRH SPA

    t2 = H + 0.3 mm ±0.2 mm

    0

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    -60 -20 20 60 100Temperature (°C)

    DF

    ( %

    )

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    -10

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    -60 -20 20 60 100Temperature (°C)

    C (

    % )

    Capacitance Change at 120 Hz Dissipation Factor at 120 Hz

    10µF/6.3V10µF/6.3V

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    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT CapacitorsTypical Impedance and Equivalent Series Resistance

    0.001

    0.010

    0.100

    1.000

    10.000

    100.000

    0.1 1 10 100 1000 10000 100000

    Frequency (kHz)

    Oh

    ms

    ESRE101M08R100 uF/8 Vdc

    Impedance/E.S.R.

    ESRE181M04R180 uF/4 Vdc

    Impedance/E.S.R.

    ESRE271M02R270 uF/2 Vdc

    Impedance/E.S.R.

    0.001

    0.010

    0.100

    1.000

    10.000

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    Frequency (kHz)

    Oh

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    ESRD680M08R68 uF/8 V

    Impedance/E.S.R.

    ESRD121M04R120 uF/4 V

    Impedance/E.S.R.

    ESRD181M02R180 uF/2 V

    Impedance/E.S.R.

    ESRD (3.1 mm Ht.)

    ESRE

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    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT CapacitorsTypical Impedance and Equivalent Series Resistance

    0.001

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    Equivalent Series Resistance

    10 uF Impedance22 uF Impedance33 uF Impedance47 uF Impedance

    ESRD - 6.3 Vdc

    ESRD - 12.5 Vdc

    0.001

    0.01

    0.1

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    10

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    0.1 1 10 100 1000 10000 100000Frequency (kHz)

    Oh

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    8.2 uF Impedance15 uF Impedance22 uF Impedance33 uF Impedance

    Equivalent Series Resistance

    ESRD - 8.0 Vdc

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    0.01

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    Equivalent Series Resistance

    4.7 uF Impedance10 uF Impedance15 uF Impedance22 uF Impedance

    ESRD - 16.0 Vdc

    0.001

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    Frequency (kHz)

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    Equivalent Series Resistance

    2.2 uF Impedance4.7 uF Impedance6.8 uF Impedance8.2 uF Impedance

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    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT CapacitorsTypical Temperatrue Characteristics

    Impedance at 100 kHz E.S.R. at 100 kHz

    Impedance at 400 kHz E.S.R. at 400 kHz

    0

    0.025

    0.05

    0.075

    0.1

    -60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120

    Temperature (°C)

    Ohm

    s

    8.2 µF / 16 Vdc

    22 µF / 12.5 Vdc

    47 µF / 6.3 Vdc

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    0.1

    0.2

    0.3

    0.4

    0.5

    -60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120

    Temperature (°C)

    Oh

    ms

    8.2 µF / 16 Vdc

    22 µF / 12.5 Vdc

    47µF / 6.3 Vdc

    0

    0.1

    0.2

    0.3

    0.4

    0.5

    -60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120Temperature (°C)

    Oh

    ms

    8.2 µF / 16 Vdc

    22 µF / 12.5 Vdc

    47 µF / 6.3 Vdc

    0

    0.025

    0.05

    0.075

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    -60 -40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120

    Temperature (°C)

    Oh

    ms

    8.2 µF / 16 Vd c

    22 µF / 12.5 Vdc

    47 µF / 6.3 Vdc

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    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT CapacitorsLife Expectancy

    Endurance Test Data

    Note: Failure limit is 100% impedance increase at 400 kHz.

    10

    100

    1,000

    10,000

    100,000

    1,000,000

    10,000,000

    100,000,000

    1,000,000,000

    50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

    Temperature ( ºC)

    Lif

    e E

    xpec

    tan

    cy (

    ho

    urs

    )

    35%

    55%

    65%

    75%

    85%

    45%

    Life Expectancy vs Temperature and Relative Humidity

    Capacitance Change vs Time (at 105 ºC)

    -20

    -10

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    10

    0 500 1000 1500 2000

    Time (Hours)

    C (

    %)

    Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor (6.3 mm Dia.)

    Type ESRD

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    10

    0 500 1000 1500 2000Time (Hours)

    DC

    L (

    Type ESRD Aluminum ElectrolyticCapacitor (6.3mm Dia.)

    DC Leakage Current vs Time (at 105 ºC)

    (µA

    )

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    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT CapacitorsApplication Notes

    Rated VoltageThis is the maximum voltage that the capacitor has been designed to withstand continuously at rated temperature. Solid polymer aluminum capacitors are quite rugged and may be operated continuously at rated voltage. Voltage derating does not significantly increase the life expectancy of the capacitor. At voltage levels equal to or less than rated voltage,the capacitor will not short circuit (even at end of life). In fact it can self heal. A polymer aluminum capacitor can be operated over a lifetime at full rated voltage without worry of short circuiting. However, if subjected to sufficient over voltage or reverse voltage, a SPA capacitor can fail short circuit.

    Ripple Current/Ripple VoltageAC voltage as part of the capacitorís DC bias voltage will cause current to flow through the capacitor. This ripple current flows through the capacitor's equivalent series resistance generating heat. The heat increases the capacitor ís internal temperature. Exceeding the specific maximum ripple current will overheat the capacitor. The maximum ripple current ratings are given in the ratings

    tables. Peaks of the AC ripple voltage should not exceed the rated voltage or cause voltage reversal temperature. Exceeding the specified maximum ripple current will overheat and damage the capacitor. The maximum ripple current ratings are given in the ratings tables.

    Shelf LifeWhen stored at room temperature, in low humidity, and out of direct sunlight, SPA capacitors have a storage life of 42 months. Storage at high humidity over long periods of time can cause the DC leakage current to increase. However, the application of rated voltage will reduce the DC leakage current to normal limits.

    Reverse VoltageSPA capacitors are polarized and are not intended to be used with reversed voltage. They can withstand reverse voltage pulses or transients up to 20% of the rated voltage, and they are capable of operating with up to 10% of the rated voltage when reverse voltage is applied continuously.

    Ripple Current Frequency Multipliers Frequency (kHz) 10 20 50 100 250 500 1000

    Frequency Multipliers for Sine Wave Current

    +20 to +105 ºC0.6 0.7 0.8 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3

    Ripple Cur

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    10,000 100,000 1,000,000

    Frequency (Hz)

    Tem

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    ise

    (°C

    )

    3.0 Arms

    2.5 Arms

    2.0 Arms

    1.5 Arms

    1.0 Arms

    0.5 Arms

    Temperature Rise from Ripple Current(47 µF/6.3 Vdc)

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    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT Capacitors

    Recommended Circuit Board Mounting Pads

    ReclamationThe resin case of a capacitor can be damaged by the heat stress of soldering if it has absorbed excessive moisture. Capacitors suspected of having been exposed to high humidity can be reclaimed by placing them in an oven at 50 ºC for 100 hours.

    Heat Stress while SolderingDC leakage current can increase after soldering, but it will return to the initial level after applying voltage. When using a soldering iron to mount the capacitor, the iron should have a maximum temperature of 350ºC and soldering should not exceed 10 seconds.

    Reflow SolderingThe following graph gives the maximum recommended capacitor surface temperature during reflow soldering.

    CleaningThe capacitors can withstand for 5 minutes at 60 ºC the following cleaning solvents by dipping or ultrasonic methods: Pine Alpha ST-100S Sunelec B-12

    DK Be-Clear CW-5790 Aqua Cleaner 210SEP Cold Cleaner P3-375 Telpen Cleaner EC-7R Clean-Thru 750H, 750L, and 710M Techno-Cleaner 219 Techno-Care FRW-1, FRW-17, & FRV-1

    After cleaning, wash the circuit board with water for about 3 minutes, and dry at 100 ºC for 20 minutes.

    Dimensions in (mm)

    Capacitor Outline

    200

    210

    220

    230

    240

    250

    0 10 20 30 40 50 60

    Time at 200 ºC or above (seconds)

    Pea

    k Te

    mpe

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    re (

    ° C)

    230 ºC

    150 sec. Max.5 sec. Max.

    Tem

    pera

    ture

    (ºC

    )

    Time (Seconds)

    See chart, at top right, forTime at 200 ºC or above

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    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT Capacitors

    Up to 50 Years Life

    Ultra Low E.S.R. and High Rippled Current Capability

    Construction

    SPA SMT capacitors are polarized, aluminum capacitors which use a highly conductive solid polymer as the electrolyte. They have reliabilityadvantages over both aluminum and solid tantalum electrolytic capacitors. Unlike aluminum capacitors,there is no liquid electrolyte that can evaporate and cause a failure. Unlike solid

    tantalum which can fail short and burn, SPA capacitors gradually become open circuits after 25 to 50 years operation.

    Life expectancy curves show 200,000 hours expected life at full rated voltage and normal ambient conditions.

    The equivalent series resistance (e.s.r.) of solid polymer aluminum capacitors is much lower than the e.s.r. of solid tantalum capacitors. This results in a much higher ripple current handling capability. The e.s.r. is even lower than the new tantalum polymer hybrid capacitors. SPA’ s ultra-low resistance magic is in the solid conductive polymer.

    The series resistance of electrolytic capacitors is largely determined by the resistivity of the electrolyte. Because the resistivity of SPA’s polymer electrolyte is several orders of magnitude less than that of other electrolytes, the equivalent series resistance is almost zero.

    Construction is a unique combination of the elements of aluminum electrolytic and solid tantalum capacitors.

    Like conventional aluminum electrolytic capacitors, the anode in SPA capacitors is an aluminum plate on which an aluminum oxide layer has been built up by an electrolysis process. The aluminum oxide serves as the dielectric in both SPA and conventional aluminum electrolytics.

    The dielectric in solid tantalum capacitors is tantalum

    pentoxide which is built upon a tantalum pellet anode.A highly conductive polymer electrolyte film is deposited over the aluminum oxide dielectric in SPA capacitors. Carbon and silver paint are used to finish the capacitor's cathode. This is similar to what is used in solid tantalum capacitors, where manganese dioxide is used as the electrolyte.

    The capacitor element is encased in a molded resin that is capable of meeting the UL-94,V0 flammability rating. The terminals are solder coated copper clad steel.

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    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT Capacitors

    SPA Compared to Other Electrolytics

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    TantalumElectrolytic

    SPA

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    AluminumElectrolytic

    TantalumElectrolytic

    Film

    SPA capacitors have stable impedance over the entire temperature range.

    SPA capacitors have lower impedance at high frequencies than the same values ofwet electrolyte aluminum capacitors and solid tantalum capacitors.

    10 µF @ 1 MHz

    SPA

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    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT Capacitors

    SPA vs Solid Tantalum

    Frequency

    100 µF 47 µFTantalumCapacitor

    Solid Polymer AluminumElectrolytic Capacitor

    Equivalent Series Impedance Equivalent Series ImpedanceResistance Magnitude IZI Resistance Magnitude IZI

    (Ω) (Ω) (Ω) (Ω)

    100.0 kHz 0.12 0.12 0.012 0.0351.0 MHz 0.08 0.08 0.010 0.010

    100.0 Mhz 0.08 0.19 0.016 0.035

    At 1 MHz the Solid Polymer Aluminum capacitor will provide almost 8 times more ripple and noise attenuation (.08/.01) as compared to the tantalum capacitor.

    0.01

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    Frequency (kHz)

    e.s.

    r. (

    Oh

    ms)

    Tantalum100uF/6.3Vdc

    7.3x4.3x2.8mm

    SPA10uF/6.3Vdc

    7.3x4.3x1.8mm

    SPA47uF/6.3Vdc

    7.3x4.3x1.8mm

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    Application Guide, Solid Polymer Aluminum SMT Capacitors

    SPA vs Solid Tantalum-Polymer Hybrid

    Type ESRD’s impedance and equivalent series resistance are lower at highfrequencies than that of tantalum-polymer hybrid type capacitors.

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    TantalumPolymer Hybrid

    150 µF/6.3 V

    Type ESRD47 µF/6.3 V

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    Type ESRD47 µF/6.3 Vdc

    Tantalum -Polymer Hybrid150 µF/6.3 Vdc

    Impedance

    e.s.r.

    Note the capacitance roll off of the tantalum-polymer capacitor at highfrequencies. The tantalum-polymer capacitor loses approximately 2/3 ofits capacitance at 100 kHz.

    Cap

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