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Accu-F®/ Accu-P®
Thin-Film Technology
THE IDEAL CAPACITOR
The non-ideal characteristics of a real capacitor can be
ignored at low frequencies. Physical size imparts inductance
to the capacitor and dielectric and metal electrodes result in
resistive losses, but these often are of negligible effect on the
circuit. At the very high frequencies of radio communication
(>100MHz) and satellite systems (>1GHz), these effects
become important. Recognizing that a real capacitor will
exhibit inductive and resistive impedances in addition to
capacitance, the ideal capacitor for these high frequencies is
an ultra low loss component which can be fully characterized
in all parameters with total repeatability from unit to unit.
Until recently, most high frequency/microwave capacitors
were based on fired-ceramic (porcelain) technology. Layers
of ceramic dielectric material and metal alloy electrode paste
are interleaved and then sintered in a high temperature oven.
This technology exhibits component variability in dielectric
quality (losses, dielectric constant and insulation resistance),
variability in electrode conductivity and variability in physical
size (affecting inductance). An alternate thin-film technology
has been developed which virtually eliminates these vari-
ances. It is this technology which has been fully incorporated
into Accu-F®and Accu-P® to provide high frequency capaci-
tors exhibiting truly ideal characteristics.
The main features of Accu-F®and Accu-P®may be summa-
rized as follows:
High purity of electrodes for very low and repeatable
ESR.
Highly pure, low-K dielectric for high breakdown field,
high insulation resistance and low losses to frequencies
above 40GHz.
Very tight dimensional control for uniform inductance,
unit to unit.
Very tight capacitance tolerances for high frequency
signal applications.
This accuracy sets apart these Thin-Film capacitors from
ceramic capacitors so that the term Accu has been
employed as the designation for this series of devices, an
abbreviation for “accurate.”
THIN-FILM TECHNOLOGY
Thin-film technology is commonly used in producing semi-
conductor devices. In the last two decades, this technology
has developed tremendously, both in performance and in
process control. Today’s techniques enable line definitions of
below 1μm, and the controlling of thickness of layers at 100Å
(10-2μm). Applying this technology to the manufacture of
capacitors has enabled the development of components
where both electrical and physical properties can be tightly
controlled.
The thin-film production facilities at AVX consist of:
Class 1000 clean rooms, with working areas under
laminar-flow hoods of class 100, (below 100 particles
per cubic foot larger than 0.5μm).
High vacuum metal deposition systems for high-purity
electrode construction.
Photolithography equipment for line definition down to
2.0μm accuracy.
Plasma-enhanced CVD for various dielectric deposi-
tions (CVD=Chemical Vapor Deposition).
High accuracy, microprocessor-controlled dicing saws
for chip separation.
High speed, high accuracy sorting to ensure strict
tolerance adherence.
SEAL
ELECTRODE
DIELECTRIC
ALUMINA
ACCU-P CAPACITOR
ELECTRODE
ALUMINA
TERMINATION
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Accu-F®/ Accu-P®
Thin-Film Chip Capacitors
ACCU-F®TECHNOLOGY
The use of very low-loss dielectric materials, silicon dioxide
and silicon oxynitride, in conjunction with highly conductive
electrode metals results in low ESR and high Q. These
high-frequency characteristics change at a slower rate with
increasing frequency than for ceramic microwave capacitors.
Because of the thin-film technology, the above-mentioned
frequency characteristics are obtained without significant
compromise of properties required for surface mounting.
The main Accu-F®properties are:
Internationally agreed sizes with excellent dimensional
control.
• Small size chip capacitors (0603) are available.
• Tight capacitance tolerances.
• Low ESR at VHF, UHF and microwave frequencies.
• High stability with respect to time, temperature, frequency
and voltage variation.
Nickel/solder-coated terminations to provide excellent
solderability and leach resistance.
ACCU-F®FEATURES
Accu-F®meets the fast-growing demand for low-loss
(high-Q) capacitors for use in surface mount technology espe-
cially for the mobile communications market, such as cellular
radio of 450 and 900 MHz, UHF walkie-talkies, UHF cordless
telephones to 2.3 GHz, low noise blocks at 11-12.5 GHz and
for other VHF, UHF and microwave applications.
Accu-F®is currently unique in its ability to offer very
low capacitance values (0.1pF) and very tight capacitance
tolerances (±0.05pF). Typically Accu-F®will be used in small
signal applications in VCO’s, matching networks, filters, etc.
Inspection test and quality control procedures in accordance
with ISO 9001, CECC, IECQ and USA MIL Standards yield
products of the highest quality.
APPLICATIONS
Cellular Communications
CT2/PCN (Cordless
Telephone/Personal Comm.
Networks)
Satellite TV
Cable TV
GPS (Global Positioning Systems)
Vehicle Location Systems
Vehicle Alarm Systems
Paging
Military Communications
Radar Systems
Video Switching
Test & Measurements
Filters
VCO’s
Matching Networks
APPROVALS
ISO 9001
ACCU-P®TECHNOLOGY
As in the Accu-F®series the use of very low-loss dielectric
materials (silicon dioxide and silicon oxynitride) in conjunction
with highly conductive electrode metals results in low ESR and
high Q. At high frequency these characteristics change at
a slower rate with increasing frequency than conventional
ceramic microwave capacitors. Using thin-film technology, the
above-mentioned frequency characteristics are obtained with-
out significant compromise of properties required for surface
mounting. The use of high thermal conductivity materials
results in excellent RF power handling capabilities.
The main Accu-P®properties are:
• Enhanced RF power handling capability.
• Improved mechanical characteristics.
Internationally agreed sizes with excellent dimensional control.
• Ultra Small size chip capacitors (0201) are available.
• Tight capacitance tolerances.
• Low ESR at UHF, VHF, and microwave frequencies.
High-stability with respect to time, temperature, frequency
and voltage variation.
High temperature nickel/solder-coated terminations as stan-
dard to provide excellent solderability and leach resistance.
ACCU-P®FEATURES
• Minimal batch to batch variability of parameters at high fre-
quency.
• The Accu-P®has the same unique features as the Accu-F®
capacitor such as low ESR, high Q, availability of very low
capacitance values and very tight capacitance tolerances.
The RF power handling capability of the Accu-P® allows for
its usage in both small signal and RF power applications.
Inspection, test and quality control procedures in accor-
dance with ISO 9001, CECC, IECQ and USA MIL Standards
guarantee product of the highest quality.
Hand soldering Accu-P®: Due to their construction
utilizing relatively high thermal conductivity materials,
Accu-P’s have become the preferred device in R & D labs
and production environments where hand soldering is used.
Accu-P’s are available in all sizes and are electrically identi-
cal to their Accu-F counterparts.
APPLICATIONS
Cellular Communications
CT2/PCN (Cordless
Telephone/Personal Comm.
Networks)
Satellite TV
Cable TV
GPS (Global Positioning Systems)
Vehicle Location Systems
Vehicle Alarm Systems
Paging
Military Communications
Radar Systems
Video Switching
Test & Measurements
Filters
VCO's
Matching Networks
RF Amplifiers
APPROVALS
ISO 9001
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Accu-F® */ Accu-P®
Thin-Film Chip Capacitors for
RF Signal and Power Applications
L
T
B
1
W
B2
0603 0805
L 1.60±0.1 2.01±0.1
(0.063±0.004) (0.079±0.004)
W 0.81±0.1 1.27±0.1
(0.032±0.004) (0.050±0.004)
T 0.63±0.1 0.63±0.1
(0.025±0.004) (0.025±0.004)
B 0.30±0.1 0.30±0.1
(0.012±0.004) (0.012±0.004)
ACCU-F®*(Signal Type Capacitors)
DIMENSIONS:
millimeters (inches)
0402
Size
0201*
0402*
0603
0805
1210*
3
Voltage
1 = 100V
5 = 50V
3 = 25V
Y = 16V
Z = 10V
J
Temperature
Coefficient (1)
J = 0±30ppm/°C
(-55°C to
+125°C)
K = 0±60ppm/°C
(-55°C to
+125°C)
4R7
Capacitance
Capacitance
expressed in pF.
(2 significant
digits + number
of zeros)
for values <10pF,
letter R denotes
decimal point.
Example:
68pF = 680
8.2pF = 8R2
A
Tolerance
for
C≤2.0pF*
P = ±0.02pF
Q = ±0.03pF
A = ±0.05pF
B = ±0.1pF
C = ±0.25pF
for
C≤3.0pF
Q = ±0.03pF
A = ±0.05pF
B = ±0.1pF
C = ±0.25pF
for
C≤5.6pF
A = ±0.05pF
B = ±0.1pF
C = ±0.25pF
for 5.6pF<C<10pF
B = ±0.1pF
C = ±0.25pF
D = ±0.5pF
for
C≥10pF
F = ±1%
G = ±2%
J = ±5%
B
Specification
Code
A = Accu-F®
technology
B = Accu-P®
technology
S
Termination
Code
W = Nickel/Solder Coated
Accu-F®Sn63, Pb37
Accu-P®0402 Sn90, Pb10
T = Nickel/High Temperature
Solder Coated
Accu-P®0805**, 1210**
Sn96, Ag4
Nickel/Solder Coated
Accu-P®0603
Sn63, Pb37
**S = Nickel/Lead Free
Solder Coated
Accu-P®0201, 0402, 0603
Sn100
TR
Packaging
Code
TR = Tape & Reel
(1) TC’s shown are per EIA/IEC Specifications.
* Accu-P ONLY
Operating and Storage Temperature Range -55°C to +125°C
Temperature Coefficients(1) 0 ± 30ppm/°C dielectric code “J” / 0 ± 60ppm/°C dielectric code “K”
Capacitance Measurement 1 MHz, 1 Vrms
Insulation Resistance (IR) ≥1011 Ohms (≥1010 Ohms for 0201 and 0402 size)
Proof Voltage 2.5 URfor 5 secs.
Aging Characteristic Zero
Dielectric Absorption 0.01%
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
(1) TC’s shown are per EIA/IEC Specifications.
HOW TO ORDER
* Tolerances as tight as ±0.01pF are available. Please consult the factory.
*Not recommended for new designs. Accu-P’s
are recommended.
0201 0402* 0603* 0805* 1210
L 0.60±0.05 1.00±0.1 1.60±0.1 2.01±0.1 3.02±0.1
(0.023±0.002) (0.039±0.004) (0.063±0.004) (0.079±0.004) (0.119±0.004)
W 0.325±0.050 0.55±0.07 0.81±0.1 1.27±0.1 2.5±0.1
(0.0128±0.002) (0.022±0.003) (0.032±0.004) (0.050±0.004) (0.100±0.004)
T 0.225±0.050 0.40±0.1 0.63±0.1 0.93±0.2 0.93±0.2
(0.009±0.002) (0.016±0.004) (0.025±0.004) (0.036±0.008) (0.036±0.008)
B1 0.10±0.10 0.00 0.35±0.15 0.30±0.1 0.43±0.1
(0.004±0.004) (0.000 ) (0.014±0.006) (0.012±0.004) (0.017±0.004)
B2 0.15±0.05 0.20±0.1 0.35±0.15 0.30±0.1 0.43±0.1
(0.006±0.002) (0.008±0.004) (0.014±0.006) (0.012±0.004) (0.017±0.004)
ACCU-P®(Signal and Power Type Capacitors)
*Mount Black Side Up DIMENSIONS: millimeters (inches)
+0.1
-0.0
+0.004
-0.000
Engineering Kits Available
see pages 90-91
**RoHS compliant
Not RoHS Compliant
LEAD-FREE COMPATIBLE
COMPONENT
For RoHS compliant products,
please select correct termination style.
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Size
Size Code 0603 0805
Voltage 100 50 25 100 50 25
Cap in Cap
pF(1) code
0.1 — 0R1
0.2 — 0R2
0.3 — 0R3
0.4 — 0R4
0.5 — 0R5
0.6 — 0R6
0.7 — 0R7
0.8 — 0R8
0.9 — 0R9
1.0 — 1R0
1.2 — 1R2
1.5 — 1R5
1.8 — 1R8
2.2 — 2R2
2.7 — 2R7
3.3 — 3R3
3.9 — 3R9
4.7 — 4R7
5.6 — 5R6
6.8 — 6R8
8.2 — 8R2
10 — 100
12 — 120
15 — 150
18 — 180
22 — 220
27 — 270
33 — 330
39 — 390
47 — 470
56 — 560
68 — 680
82 — 820
100 — 101
120 — 121
150 — 151
Size
Size Code 0603 0805
Voltage 100 50 25 100 50 25
Cap in Cap
pF((1) code
0.1 — 0R1
0.2 — 0R2
0.3 — 0R3
0.4 — 0R4
0.5 — 0R5
0.6 — 0R6
0.7 — 0R7
0.8 — 0R8
0.9 — 0R9
1.0 — 1R0
1.2 — 1R2
1.5 — 1R5
1.8 — 1R8
2.2 — 2R2
2.7 — 2R7
3.3 — 3R3
3.9 — 3R9
4.7 — 4R7
5.6 — 5R6
6.8 — 6R8
8.2 — 8R2
10 — 100
12 — 120
15 — 150
18 — 180
22 — 220
27 — 270
33 — 330
39 — 390
47 — 470
56 — 560
68 — 680
82 — 820
100 — 101
120 — 121
150 — 151
TEMP. COEFFICIENT CODE
“J” = 0±30ppm/°C
(-55°C to +125°C)(2)
Accu-F® *
Signal Type Capacitors
TEMP. COEFFICIENT CODE
“K” = 0±60ppm/°C
(-55°C to +125°)(2)
(1) For capacitance values higher than listed in table,
please consult factory.
(2) TC shown is per EIA/IEC Specifications.
(1) For capacitance values higher than listed in table,
please consult factory.
(2) TC shown is per EIA/IEC Specifications.
Accu-F®Capacitance Ranges (pF)
Intermediate values are available within the indicated range.
*Not recommended for new designs.
Accu-P’s are recommended.
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Accu-P®
Signal and Power Type Capacitors
TEMP. COEFFICIENT CODE
“K” = 0±60ppm/°C (-55°C to +125°C)(2)
TEMP. COEFFICIENT CODE
“J” = 0±30ppm/°C (-55°C to +125°C)(2)
(1) For capacitance values higher than listed in
table, please consult factory.
(2) TC shown is per EIA/IEC Specifications.
(3) For 50 volt range, please consult factory.
(1) For capacitance values higher than listed in table, please consult factory.
(2) TC shown is per EIA/IEC Specifications.
These values are produced with “K” temperature coefficient code only.
Accu-P®Capacitance Ranges (pF)
Intermediate values are available within the indicated range.
Size
Size Code 0201 0402 0603 0805 1210
Voltage 100 50 25 16 10 100 50 25 16 10 100 50 25 100 50 25 100 50
Cap in Cap
pF(1) code
0.1 — 0R1
0.2 — 0R2
0.3 — 0R3
0.4 — 0R4
0.5 — 0R5
0.6 — 0R6
0.7 — 0R7
0.8 — 0R8
0.9 — 0R9
1.0 — 1R0
1.1 — 1R1
1.2 — 1R2
1.3 — 1R3
1.4 — 1R4
1.5 — 1R5
1.6 — 1R6
1.7 — 1R7
1.8 — 1R8
1.9 — 1R9
2.0 — 2R0
2.1 — 2R1
2.2 — 2R2
2.3 — 2R3
2.4 — 2R4
2.5 — 2R5
2.6 — 2R6
2.7 — 2R7
2.8 — 2R8
2.9 — 2R9
3.0 — 3R0
3.1 — 3R1
3.2 — 3R2
3.3 — 3R3
3.4 — 3R4
3.5 — 3R5
3.6 — 3R6
3.7 — 3R7
3.8 — 3R8
3.9 — 3R9
4.0 — 4R0
4.1 — 4R1
4.2 — 4R2
4.3 — 4R3
4.4 — 4R4
4.5 — 4R5
4.6 — 4R6
4.7 — 4R7
5.1 — 5R1
5.6 — 5R6
6.2 — 6R2
6.8 — 6R8
7.5 — 7R5
8.2 — 8R2
9.1 — 9R1
10.0 — 100
11.0 — 110
12.0 — 120
13.0 — 130
14.0 — 140
15.0 — 150
16.0 — 160
17.0 — 170
18.0 — 180
19.0 — 190
20.0 — 200
21.0 — 210
22.0 — 220
24.0 — 240
27.0 — 270
30.0 — 300
33.0 — 330
39.0 — 390
47.0 — 470
56.0 — 560
68.0 — 680
Size
Size Code 805 1210
Voltage 100 50 25 100 50(3)
Cap in Cap
pF(1) code
0.1 — 0R1
0.2 — 0R2
0.3 — 0R3
0.4 — 0R4
0.5 — 0R5
0.6 — 0R6
0.7 — 0R7
0.8 — 0R8
0.9 — 0R9
1.0 — 1R0
1.1 — 1R1
1.2 — 1R2
1.3 — 1R3
1.4 — 1R4
1.5 — 1R5
1.6 — 1R6
1.7 — 1R7
1.8 — 1R8
1.9 — 1R9
2.0 — 2R0
2.1 — 2R1
2.2 — 2R2
2.3 — 2R3
2.4 — 2R4
2.5 — 2R5
2.6 — 2R6
2.7 — 2R7
2.8 — 2R8
2.9 — 2R9
3.0 — 3R0
3.1 — 3R1
3.2 — 3R2
3.3 — 3R3
3.4 — 3R4
3.5 — 3R5
3.6 — 3R6
3.7 — 3R7
3.8 — 3R8
3.9 — 3R9
4.0 — 4R0
4.1 — 4R1
4.2 — 4R2
4.3 — 4R3
4.4 — 4R4
4.5 — 4R5
4.6 — 4R6
4.7 — 4R7
5.1 — 5R1
5.6 — 5R6
6.2 — 6R2
6.8 — 6R8
7.5 — 7R5
8.2 — 8R2
9.1 — 9R1
10.0 — 100
11.0 — 110
12.0 — 120
13.0 — 130
14.0 — 140
15.0 — 150
16.0 — 160
17.0 — 170
18.0 — 180
19.0 — 190
20.0 — 200
21.0 — 210
22.0 — 220
24.0 — 240
27.0 — 270
30.0 — 300
33.0 — 330
39.0 — 390
47.0 — 470
56.0 — 560
68.0 — 680
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Accu-P®
0201 Typical Electrical Tables
Self
Capacitance Resonance 250MHz 500MHz 750MHz 1000MHz 1250MHz
@ 1 MHz Frequency
Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ.
(pF) (GHz) C(eff) Q ESR C(eff) Q ESR C(eff) Q ESR C(eff) Q ESR C(eff) Q ESR
Typical (pF) (Ω) (pF) (Ω) (pF) (Ω) (pF) (Ω) (pF) (Ω)
0.8 9.1 0.84 2154 360 0.84 630 603 0.85 424 594 0.85 327 577 0.86 255 588
1.2 7.6 1.21 1375 405 1.21 525 517 1.22 341 527 1.23 267 503 1.23 208 515
1.8 6.3 1.84 1298 271 1.85 520 341 1.86 337 347 1.87 270 326 1.88 201 347
2.2 5.7 2.23 1355 214 2.24 512 281 2.25 335 284 2.27 264 270 2.29 199 284
3.3 4.6 3.29 1295 156 3.31 430 230 3.33 285 230 3.36 220 223 3.40 159 242
3.9 4.3 3.91 1902 93 3.93 460 181 3.97 298 185 4.02 227 181 4.08 163 198
4.7 3.9 4.71 1677 84 4.74 391 174 4.80 252 178 4.87 181 183 4.97 130 200
5.6 3.6 5.62 1391 84 5.67 370 154 5.74 257 148 5.83 195 144 5.95 140 157
6.8 3.3 6.77 1135 84 6.83 314 149 6.91 217 142 7.03 164 139 7.18 118 151
Self
Capacitance Resonance 1500MHz 1750MHz 2250MHz 2500MHz 2750MHz
@ 1 MHz Frequency
Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ. Typ.
(pF) (GHz) C(eff) Q ESR C(eff) Q ESR C(eff) Q ESR C(eff) Q ESR C(eff) Q ESR
Typical (pF) (Ω) (pF) (Ω) (pF) (Ω) (pF) M (Ω) (pF) (Ω)
0.8 9.1 0.86 204 611 0.87 168 631 0.88 141 587 0.89 126 571 0.90 122 532
1.2 7.6 1.24 155 565 1.26 129 577 1.28 92 570 1.30 89 566 1.31 81 558
1.8 6.3 1.90 148 388 1.92 123 395 1.96 96 395 1.99 83 396 2.02 74 397
2.2 5.7 2.32 145 320 2.34 123 322 2.41 93 329 2.46 81 328 2.50 72 330
3.3 4.6 3.45 119 266 3.50 101 263 3.63 74 277 3.73 64 276 3.84 55 281
3.9 4.3 4.16 122 216 4.25 103 214 4.46 75 224 4.63 64 223 4.79 56 225
4.7 3.9 5.08 99 213 5.23 83 212 5.55 60 221 5.83 50 222 6.10 43 224
5.6 3.6 6.11 108 166 6.31 91 164 6.76 64 174 7.16 53 175 7.56 45 141
6.8 3.3 7.38 93 155 7.63 76 158 8.22 54 166 8.74 44 169 9.29 37 173
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Capacitance Self
& Tolerance* Resonance
Ref Typ. Typ. Typ. Ref Typ. Typ. Typ. Ref Typ. Typ. Typ. Ref Typ. Typ. Typ. Ref Typ. Typ. Typ.
@ 1 MHz Frequency
Freq C(eff) Q ESR Freq C(eff) Q ESR Freq C(eff) Q ESR Freq C(eff) Q ESR Freq C(eff) Q ESR
(pF) (GHz) (MHz) (pF) (Ω) (MHz) (pF) (Ω)
(MHz)
(pF) (Ω)
(MHz)
(pF) (Ω) (MHz) (pF) (Ω)
Typical
0.1±0.05 19.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.2±0.05 16.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.3±0.05 14.6 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.4±0.05 12.5 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.5±0.05 11.3 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.6±0.05 10.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.7±0.05 9.5 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.8±0.05 9.1 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.9±0.05 8.8 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
1.00±0.05 8 247 1.16 1635 0.34 494 1.15 1283 0.22 742 1.13 870 0.22 991 1.12 620 0.23 1240 1.14 474 0.25
1.10±0.05 7.8 246 1.25 1581 0.32 492 1.22 1219 0.21 740 1.21 791 0.22 989 1.19 561 0.24 1238 1.21 425 0.25
1.20±0.05 7.4 245 1.34 1538 0.30 491 1.33 1153 0.21 738 1.31 727 0.22 986 1.3 503 0.25 1234 1.33 372 0.25
1.30±0.05 7 244 1.42 1502 0.29 490 1.42 1109 0.21 736 1.4 701 0.21 983 1.35 480 0.24 1230 1.41 350 0.25
1.40±0.05 6.8 243 1.53 1476 0.28 488 1.54 1061 0.20 733 1.52 680 0.21 980 1.49 461 0.23 1229 1.53 333 0.25
1.50±0.05 6.5 242 1.63 1454 0.28 486 1.63 1002 0.20 731 1.58 638 0.21 978 1.6 438 0.23 1226 1.65 316 0.25
1.60±0.05 6.5 242 1.71 1448 0.27 485 1.76 986 0.20 729 1.69 622 0.21 986 1.71 429 0.23 1224 1.77 309 0.24
1.70±0.05 6.4 241 1.85 1444 0.27 483 1.81 970 0.19 728 1.75 612 0.20 985 1.75 422 0.22 1223 1.86 305 0.23
1.80±0.05 6.2 240 1.93 1430 0.26 482 1.86 931 0.19 727 1.83 597 0.20 983 1.8 413 0.22 1220 1.91 299 0.23
1.90±0.05 6 239 2.01 1421 0.25 481 1.93 897 0.19 726 1.91 583 0.20 972 1.91 401 0.21 1219 1.97 294 0.22
2.00±0.05 5.7 239 2.11 1410 0.24 480 2.06 896 0.18 722 2.11 582 0.19 969 2.01 400 0.20 1215 2.11 293 0.21
2.10±0.05 5.4 238 2.21 1406 0.23 478 2.14 893 0.17 720 2.21 581 0.18 966 2.1 398 0.19 1213 2.22 291 0.20
2.20±0.05 5.1 237 2.28 1406 0.22 476 2.27 893 0.16 718 2.26 581 0.17 964 2.27 396 0.18 1212 2.35 289 0.19
2.30±0.05 5 237 2.32 1405 0.20 475 2.36 870 0.16 716 2.4 549 0.17 962 2.3 379 0.18 1209 2.4 262 0.20
2.40±0.05 4.9 236 2.45 1404 0.19 473 2.48 845 0.16 715 2.51 501 0.17 960 2.41 358 0.19 1208 2.53 253 0.20
2.50±0.05 4.7 235 2.49 1404 0.18 472 2.6 821 0.16 714 2.62 486 0.17 959 2.52 349 0.19 1205 2.7 240 0.20
2.60±0.05 4.6 234 2.6 1402 0.16 470 2.71 799 0.15 712 2.73 477 0.17 958 2.65 331 0.19 1204 2.85 231 0.20
2.70±0.05 4.5 233 2.84 1399 0.15 469 2.83 778 0.15 711 2.82 464 0.17 956 2.86 313 0.19 1203 3 224 0.20
2.80±0.05 4.5 233 2.85 1395 0.15 468 2.94 769 0.15 710 2.9 458 0.16 954 2.91 308 0.18 1202 3.12 220 0.20
2.90±0.05 4.4 232 2.87 1395 0.15 467 3.11 751 0.15 710 2.99 450 0.16 953 3.15 303 0.18 1201 3.24 218 0.19
3.00±0.05 4.4 231 2.88 1392 0.14 466 3.39 746 0.15 709 3.11 440 0.16 952 3.41 299 0.18 1201 3.33 212 0.19
3.10±0.05 4.4 230 2.9 1392 0.14 465 3.45 733 0.15 708 3.22 429 0.16 951 3.48 291 0.18 1199 3.45 207 0.19
3.20±0.05 4.3 230 2.91 1391 0.14 464 3.61 725 0.15 707 3.3 421 0.16 950 3.68 285 0.17 1198 3.58 203 0.19
3.30±0.05 4.3 229 2.92 1391 0.14 462 3.72 711 0.14 707 3.42 415 0.16 949 3.8 282 0.17 1197 3.61 198 0.19
3.40±0.05 4.3 228 2.93 1390 0.14 461 3.78 705 0.14 706 3.53 407 0.15 948 3.79 276 0.17 1196 3.78 195 0.19
3.50±0.05 4.2 227 2.95 1389 0.13 460 3.82 693 0.14 705 3.6 402 0.15 947 3.85 273 0.16 1195 3.91 191 0.18
3.60±0.05 4.2 226 2.97 1382 0.13 459 3.87 688 0.14 704 3.7 395 0.15 946 3.89 270 0.16 1194 4 186 0.18
3.70±0.05 4.1 226 2.99 1381 0.13 458 3.93 667 0.14 702 3.81 389 0.15 945 3.95 262 0.16 1193 4.1 181 0.18
3.80±0.05 4 225 4 1380 0.13 458 4 658 0.13 699 3.9 386 0.15 944 4.02 256 0.16 1192 4.23 177 0.18
3.90±0.05 3.9 224 4.01 1379 0.13 457 4.01 649 0.13 697 4.02 384 0.15 943 4.11 251 0.16 1191 4.37 172 0.18
4.00±0.05 3.9 224 4.09 1372 0.12 457 4.07 650 0.13 696 4.11 381 0.14 942 4.18 250 0.16 1190 4.46 170 0.18
4.10±0.05 3.8 223 4.18 1370 0.12 456 4.18 655 0.13 696 4.2 380 0.14 941 4.23 248 0.15 1190 4.52 169 0.17
4.20±0.05 3.8 223 4.27 1356 0.12 455 4.27 658 0.12 695 4.29 379 0.14 940 4.37 247 0.15 1199 4.66 167 0.17
4.30±0.05 3.7 222 4.36 1355 0.12 454 4.34 657 0.12 694 4.43 373 0.14 939 4.58 246 0.15 1195 4.75 168 0.17
4.40±0.05 3.7 222 4.44 1351 0.11 453 4.45 660 0.12 693 4.5 369 0.14 939 4.62 246 0.14 1192 4.82 162 0.16
4.50±0.05 3.6 221 4.53 1350 0.11 452 4.52 665 0.12 692 4.6 364 0.13 938 4.7 245 0.14 1190 4.96 161 0.16
4.60±0.05 3.6 221 4.62 1347 0.11 451 4.62 670 0.11 691 4.72 359 0.13 938 4.79 244 0.14 1188 5.07 161 0.16
4.70±0.05 3.5 220 4.75 1343 0.11 450 4.74 673 0.11 690 4.74 351 0.13 937 4.86 244 0.14 1186 5.18 159 0.16
5.10±0.05 3.4 217 5.19 1310 0.11 447 5.16 589 0.11 687 5.23 348 0.13 934 5.53 230 0.14 1184 5.82 131 0.16
5.60±0.05 3.3 214 5.74 1297 0.11 443 5.75 576 0.11 684 5.81 342 0.12 932 6.01 201 0.14 1182 6.62 129 0.16
6.2±0.1 3 211 6.31 1244 0.10 440 6.09 585 0.10 681 6.33 339 0.11 928 6.68 202 0.12 1180 7.34 128 0.15
6.8±0.1 2.8 208 6.92 1202 0.09 436 6.94 591 0.09 678 7.04 334 0.10 926 7.39 203 0.11 1177 8.22 127 0.14
7.5±0.1 2.7 205 7.57 1155 0.08 433 7.51 567 0.09 675 7.85 320 0.10 924 8.17 191 0.10 1176 9.01 120 0.13
8.2±0.1 2.6 202 8.35 1116 0.08 430 8.36 542 0.08 673 8.48 306 0.09 922 8.93 186 0.10 1174 10.04 118 0.13
9.1±0.1 2.5 199 9.23 1059 0.09 428 9.28 458 0.09 670 9.87 249 0.10 920 10.2 152 0.11 1172 11.98 88 0.13
10.0±1% 2.4 196 10.14 936 0.09 424 10.24 385 0.10 668 10.55 202 0.11 919 11.49 118 0.13 1171 13.75 70 0.12
11.0±1% 2.3 193 11.19 912 0.08 421 11.17 363 0.09 666 11.81 185 0.11 917 12.87 103 0.12 1170 15.3 61 0.12
12.0±1% 2.2 189 12.16 889 0.08 418 12.3 348 0.09 664 12.77 173 0.11 915 14.16 95 0.13 1168 17.63 52 0.12
13.0±1% 2.2 186 13.3 984 0.07 416 13.32 363 0.08 661 14.1 183 0.09 912 15.8 101 0.11 1164 23.9 47 0.12
14.0±1% 2.1 184 14.26 802 0.08 414 14.44 298 0.09 660 15.03 149 0.12 913 16.72 76.7 0.14 1167 23.1 40 0.15
15.0±1% 2.1 182 15.34 791 0.07 413 15.46 283 0.08 660 16.16 138 0.10 912 18.51 82 0.16 1166 23.6 44 0.13
16.0±1% 2 179 16.3 780 0.07 410 16.4 270 0.08 657 17.6 129 0.11 909 20.2 68 0.13 1161 34.7 28 0.14
17.0±1% 1.9 178 17.6 765 0.07 410 17.7 263 0.08 657 18.2 130 0.11 909 21.3 70 0.12 1163 34.9 28 0.14
18.0±1% 1.8 176.5 18.13 754 0.07 409 18.42 258 0.07 657 19.51 130 0.10 910 22.7 75.5 0.11 1164 35.2 29 0.14
19.0±1% 1.8 175 19.2 680 0.08 407 19.4 241 0.07 655 20.51 115 0.11 908 24.5 62 0.11 1163 37.5 24 0.14
20.0±1% 1.8 173 20.32 520 0.08 405 20.43 195 0.06 655 22.1 112 0.11 908 26.5 57 0.12 1162 39.1 19 0.14
22.0±1% 1.75 170.04 22.42 497.5 0.09 404 23.105 174 0.54 654 25 85.5 0.12 907 30.95 44 0.13 1161 100.5 15 0.14
Accu-P®
0402 Typical Electrical Tables
* Other tolerances are available, see page 8
/A\V/)I( RF /;.\V/)I(
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1
Capacitance Self
& Tolerance* Resonance
Ref Typ. Typ. Typ. Ref Typ. Typ. Typ. Ref Typ. Typ. Typ. Ref Typ. Typ. Typ. Ref Typ. Typ. Typ.
@ 1 MHz Frequency
Freq C(eff) Q ESR Freq C(eff) Q ESR Freq C(eff) Q ESR Freq C(eff) Q ESR Freq C(eff) Q ESR
(pF) (GHz) (MHz) (pF) (Ω) (MHz) (pF) (Ω)
(MHz)
(pF) (Ω)
(MHz)
(pF) (Ω) (MHz) (pF) (Ω)
Typical
0.1±0.05 19.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.2±0.05 16.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.3±0.05 14.6 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.4±0.05 12.5 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.5±0.05 11.3 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.6±0.05 10.4 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.7±0.05 9.5 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.8±0.05 9.1 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
0.9±0.05 8.8 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
1.00±0.05 8 1489 1.18 380 0.25 1739 1.25 314 0.25 1988 1.32 265 0.24 2240 1.38 229 0.23 2493 1.41 200 0.23
1.10±0.05 7.8 1485 1.29 342 0.25 1735 1.33 275 0.25 1986 1.41 232 0.24 2238 1.49 201 0.24 2490 1.55 177 0.25
1.20±0.05 7.4 1483 1.37 307 0.25 1732 1.45 251 0.25 1982 1.54 208 0.24 2234 1.59 173 0.25 2488 1.62 149 0.27
1.30±0.05 7 1479 1.45 289 0.25 1729 1.58 240 0.25 1980 1.66 196 0.24 2230 1.73 166 0.25 2485 1.76 137 0.27
1.40±0.05 6.8 1477 1.6 265 0.25 1726 1.71 221 0.25 1977 1.78 179 0.24 2229 1.88 154 0.25 2483 1.89 125 0.26
1.50±0.05 6.5 1474 1.72 252 0.25 1724 1.82 203 0.25 1974 1.94 169 0.24 2227 2.01 143 0.25 2481 2.03 115 0.27
1.60±0.05 6.5 1472 1.81 246 0.24 1722 1.91 201 0.24 1971 2.01 168 0.23 2226 2.1 142 0.24 2479 2.1 119 0.25
1.70±0.05 6.4 1470 1.92 241 0.23 1719 1.99 199 0.23 1970 2.1 167 0.22 2225 2.23 141 0.23 2478 2.23 120 0.24
1.80±0.05 6.2 1469 1.98 240 0.22 1718 2.06 198 0.22 1969 2.24 166 0.21 2223 2.34 141 0.22 2477 2.35 122 0.22
1.90±0.05 6 1468 2.06 239 0.22 1717 2.19 197 0.21 1968 2.33 165 0.21 2222 2.41 140 0.21 2476 2.42 123 0.21
2.00±0.05 5.7 1466 2.12 233 0.21 1716 2.22 190 0.21 1968 2.51 160 0.20 2220 2.62 138 0.21 2475 2.65 118 0.21
2.10±0.05 5.4 1463 2.31 230 0.20 1714 2.43 185 0.21 1966 2.62 155 0.20 2219 2.76 132 0.2 2474 2.81 115 0.20
2.20±0.05 5.1 1461 2.47 228 0.20 1711 2.65 183 0.20 1964 2.83 149 0.20 2217 2.91 126 0.19 2473 2.91 108 0.20
2.30±0.05 5 1460 2.51 214 0.20 1709 2.81 168 0.20 1963 2.98 132 0.19 2216 3.15 121 0.19 2471 3.16 99 0.22
2.40±0.05 4.9 1459 2.6 196 0.20 1708 3 151 0.20 1962 3.16 120 0.19 2215 3.42 109 0.2 2469 3.42 91 0.23
2.50±0.05 4.7 1458 2.77 182 0.20 1706 3.12 144 0.20 1960 3.32 112 0.19 2214 3.58 92 0.21 2468 3.66 81 0.23
2.60±0.05 4.6 1455 2.85 173 0.20 1705 3.25 132 0.20 1957 3.51 97 0.19 2212 3.73 85 0.22 2467 3.73 72 0.24
2.70±0.05 4.5 1453 3.18 164 0.20 1703 3.47 122 0.20 1956 3.75 94 0.20 2211 3.89 78 0.24 2466 3.89 66 0.25
2.80±0.05 4.5 1451 3.25 159 0.20 1702 3.62 120 0.20 1956 3.93 88 0.20 2210 3.97 75 0.24 2466 4.03 65 0.25
2.90±0.05 4.4 1450 3.33 156 0.19 1702 3.77 117 0.20 1956 4.02 84 0.20 2210 4.12 73 0.24 2466 4.17 63 0.25
3.00±0.05 4.4 1449 3.49 150 0.19 1701 3.99 114 0.20 1955 4.21 81 0.20 2209 4.26 72 0.24 2465 4.21 61 0.25
3.10±0.05 4.4 1448 3.61 148 0.19 1700 4.16 109 0.20 1952 4.4 79 0.20 2209 4.45 70 0.24 2465 4.33 59 0.25
3.20±0.05 4.3 1447 3.7 145 0.19 1700 4.31 105 0.20 1952 4.62 77 0.19 2208 4.62 69 0.23 2464 4.49 58 0.25
3.30±0.05 4.3 1446 3.79 143 0.19 1699 4.47 101 0.20 1951 4.76 76 0.20 2207 4.81 68 0.23 2464 4.66 55 0.25
3.40±0.05 4.3 1446 4.01 138 0.19 1698 4.62 101 0.20 1950 4.92 75 0.20 2206 4.93 66 0.22 2464 4.92 52 0.24
3.50±0.05 4.2 1445 4.11 133 0.19 1697 4.78 95 0.20 1950 5.18 73 0.19 2206 5.21 65 0.23 2463 5.15 51 0.24
3.60±0.05 4.2 1445 4.2 130 0.19 1697 4.91 94 0.20 1949 5.34 71 0.20 2205 5.4 63 0.22 2463 5.25 51 0.24
3.70±0.05 4.1 1444 4.28 126 0.19 1696 5.05 92 0.19 1949 5.5 69 0.20 2205 5.62 62 0.22 2462 5.41 49 0.24
3.80±0.05 4 1443 4.44 125 0.19 1696 5.11 90 0.19 1948 5.61 67 0.20 2204 5.78 61 0.22 2462 5.66 48 0.24
3.90±0.05 3.9 1442 4.72 121 0.19 1695 5.26 89 0.19 1948 5.77 66 0.21 2204 5.94 60 0.22 2461 5.82 47 0.24
4.00±0.05 3.9 1441 4.8 121 0.18 1694 5.38 88 0.19 1947 5.81 66 0.20 2203 6.03 60 0.21 2461 5.86 48 0.23
4.10±0.05 3.8 1440 4.92 121 0.18 1693 5.5 87 0.19 1947 5.93 65 0.19 2203 6.11 60 0.21 2460 5.9 49 0.23
4.20±0.05 3.8 1440 5.01 120 0.18 1692 5.63 87 0.18 1946 6.05 65 0.18 2203 6.24 59 0.21 2460 5.95 49 0.21
4.30±0.05 3.7 1439 5.17 120 0.18 1692 5.78 85 0.18 1946 6.11 64 0.18 2202 6.35 58 0.2 2459 6.01 50 0.20
4.40±0.05 3.7 1439 5.28 119 0.18 1691 5.91 85 0.18 1945 6.23 64 0.18 2202 6.4 57 0.2 2459 6.12 52 0.20
4.50±0.05 3.6 1438 5.41 119 0.18 1691 6.04 81 0.18 1945 6.45 64 0.19 2201 6.52 56 0.19 2458 6.23 52 0.19
4.60±0.05 3.6 1438 5.49 118 0.17 1691 6.11 80 0.18 1944 6.66 63 0.17 2201 6.67 55 0.18 2458 6.29 54 0.19
4.70±0.05 3.5 1437 5.6 118 0.17 1690 6.23 80 0.18 1944 6.72 63 0.17 2200 6.71 56 0.18 2457 6.35 54 0.19
5.10±0.05 3.4 1435 6.59 105 0.17 1689 7.48 75 0.18 1943 7.97 60 0.19 2200 8.11 45 0.2 2456 8.1 39 0.21
5.60±0.05 3.3 1434 7.43 90 0.17 1687 8.75 61 0.17 1942 10.03 51 0.21 2199 10.42 37 0.22 2456 10.07 28 0.23
6.2±0.1 3 1432 8.27 91 0.15 1686 10.21 60 0.15 1941 11.52 48 0.18 2198 11.88 36 0.18 2455 11.02 33 0.19
6.8±0.1 2.8 1430 9.41 88 0.13 1684 11.43 58 0.13 1940 13.36 45 0.14 2196 13.72 37 0.14 2454 12.85 36 0.14
7.5±0.1 2.7 1429 10.05 85 0.13 1683 12.25 56 0.14 1939 15.06 40 0.13 2195 15.24 35 0.15 2454 13.66 33 0.14
8.2±0.1 2.6 1428 11.64 79 0.13 1682 14.43 52 0.13 1938 16.85 38 0.13 2195 16.65 32 0.14 2453 15.32 31 0.14
9.1±0.1 2.5 1427 13.39 60 0.13 1681 19.07 33 0.14 1937 28.35 25 0.15 2194 31.08 15 0.16 2452 29.91 15 0.16
10.0±1% 2.4 1425 17.6 41 0.14 1680 26.51 21 0.16 1936 40.16 11 0.17 2194 45.46 8 0.18 2452 39.54 8 0.18
11.0±1% 2.3 1424 20.09 36 0.15 1679 32.66 19 0.15 1935 66.25 8 0.17 2192 81.07 5 0.2 2451 61.28 6 0.18
12.0±1% 2.2 1423 24.14 29 0.15 1678 43.51 13 0.14 1934 92.97 5 0.18 2192 123.19 3 0.2 2450 82.44 4 0.19
13.0±1% 2.2 1417 48.3 18 0.13 1671 63.2 5 0.17 1934 125 3 0.18 2191 0.2
14.0±1% 2.1 1422 39.55 17 0.15 1677 122 2 0.21 1934 180.3 1 0.19 2191 0.18
15.0±1% 2.1 1421 38.93 20 0.14 1676 154 2 0.17 1933 244.5 0.16 2191 0.161
16.0±1% 2 1416 79.3 12 0.14 1670 0.17 1932 0.16 2191 0.16
17.0±1% 1.9 1415 77.6 11 0.14 1670 0.17 1932 0.16 2191 0.16
18.0±1% 1.8 1411 83.13 9 0.15 1675 0.17 1932 0.16 2182 0.16
19.0±1% 1.8 1415 79.6 7 0.15 1673 0.16 1932 0.16 2181 0.16
20.0±1% 1.8 1415 78.5 5 0.15 1673 0.16 1930 0.16 2180 0.16
22.0±1% 1.75 1415.3 78.8 4 0.15 1670.5 0.15 1927.5 0.16 2178 0.155
Accu-P®
0402 Typical Electrical Tables
* Other tolerances are available, see page 8
/A\V/)I( RF /;.\V/)I(
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1
Capacitance Self
Ref Effective Max Ref Effective Max Ref Effective Max Ref Effective Max
& Tolerance* Resonance
Freq. Capacitance ESR Freq. Capacitance ESR Freq. Capacitance ESR Freq. Capacitance ESR
@ 1 MHz Frequency
MHz Max/Min (Ω) MHz Max/Min (Ω) MHz Max/Min (Ω) MHz Max/Min (Ω)
(pF) (GHz)
(pF) (pF) (pF) (pF)
0.1±0.05 18.0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.2±0.05 12.7
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.3±0.05 10.4
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.4±0.05 9.0
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.5±0.05 8.1
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.6±0.10 7.4
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.7±0.10 6.8
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.8±0.10 6.4
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.9±0.10 6.0
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
1.0±0.10 5.7
245 1.15/0.90 .280 491 1.10/0.90 .220 738 1.10/0.90 .220 987 1.15/0.90 .300
1.1±0.10 5.4
244 1.25/1.00 .270 490 1.25/1.00 .210 736 1.11/1.00 .210 985 1.25/1.00 .290
1.2±0.10 5.2
243 1.35/1.10 .260 487 1.35/1.05 .200 734 1.40/1.05 .210 981 1.35/1.05 .280
1.3±0.10 5.0
242 1.45/1.15 .260 486 1.45/1.15 .200 732 1.45/1.15 .200 974 1.45/1.15 .270
1.4±0.10 4.8
241 1.55/1.25 .250 485 1.55/1.25 .190 731 1.45/1.25 .200 977 1.55/1.25 .260
1.5±0.10 4.7
241 1.65/1.35 .250 484 1.65/1.35 .180 729 1.65/1.35 .190 976 1.70/1.35 .250
1.6±0.10 4.5
240 1.75/1.45 .240 483 1.75/1.45 .180 727 1.75/1.45 .190 973 1.80/1.50 .250
1.7±0.10 4.4
240 1.85/1.55 .230 482 1.85/1.60 .170 725 1.85/1.60 .180 971 1.90/1.60 .250
1.8±0.10 4.2
239 2.10/1.70 .220 479 2.10/1.70 .160 723 2.10/1.70 .170 969 2.15/1.70 .250
1.9±0.10 4.1
239 2.15/1.78 .210 478 2.15/1.80 .160 721 2.15/1.80 .167 967 2.20/1.80 .240
2.0±0.10 4.0 238 2.11/1.80 .205 477 2.11/1.80 .155 720 2.11/1.80 .165 966 2.25/1.90 .230
2.1±0.10 3.9 237 2.25/1.95 .200 475 2.25/1.98 .150 718 2.35/1.98 .162 964 2.35/2.00 .220
2.2±0.10 3.8 236 2.40/2.05 .190 474 2.45/2.05 .145 717 2.42/2.05 .160 962 2.45/2.10 .210
2.4±0.25 3.7 234 2.70/2.15 .175 471 2.75/2.15 .140 713 2.80/2.15 .150 958 2.80/2.15 .200
2.7±0.25 3.5 232 3.00/2.45 .160 468 3.10/2.45 .125 709 3.10/2.45 .145 954 3.15/2.48 .190
3.0±0.25 3.3 230 3.40/2.75 .150 465 3.40/2.75 .120 706 3.40/2.75 .140 951 3.60/2.80 .170
3.3±0.25 3.1 226 3.60/3.05 .130 459 3.70/3.05 .120 699 3.70/3.05 .130 945 3.80/3.10 .165
3.6±0.25 3.0 224 3.90/3.30 .128 456 4.25/3.35 .119 697 3.90/3.35 .125 942 4.10/3.40 .160
3.9±0.25 2.9 223 4.20/3.65 .125 455 4.35/3.70 .115 695 4.90/3.75 .120 940 5.15/3.75 .150
4.3±0.25 2.7 220 4.60/4.00 .122 451 4.80/4.05 .117 692 5.10/4.05 .115 937 5.30/4.05 .150
4.7±0.25 2.6 218 5.00/4.45 .120 448 5.20/4.45 .110 689 5.30/4.50 .115 935 5.50/4.55 .145
5.1±0.25 2.5 216 5.40/4.85 .115 445 5.70/4.89 .105 686 6.00/4.90 .115 931 6.20/5.00 .140
5.6±0.25 2.4 214 5.90/5.35 .110 443 6.10/5.35 .100 684 6.15/5.40 .110 929 6.50/5.50 .135
6.2±0.25 2.3 211 6.50/5.95 .105 439 6.90/5.95 .099 680 7.10/6.00 .110 927 8.00/6.10 .130
6.8±0.25 2.2 208 7.20/6.55 .100 435 7.25/6.55 .099 677 7.50/6.60 .110 925 9.00/6.65 .130
7.5±0.50 2.1 205 8.10/7.00 .095 432 8.10/7.00 .099 675 8.20/7.00 .110 925 9.50/7.05 .125
8.2±0.50 2.0 202 8.80/7.70 .090 429 8.80/7.70 .098 672 9.00/7.70 .110 921 10.00/7.80 .125
9.1±0.50 1.9 200 9.80/8.60 .090 425 10.95/8.65 .098 670 12.00/9.00 .110 919 13.00/9.10 .120
10±5% 1.8 195 10.70/9.50 .085 422 11.60/9.50 .097 667 12.50/9.60 .110 917 16.00/9.90 .120
11±5% 1.7 191 11.60/10.90 .085 420 12.20/10.60 .095 665 13.20/10.50 .110 916 17.00/10.00 .120
12±5% 1.6 189 12.90/11.40 .085 418 13.40/11.50 .095 663 14.60/11.90 .110 914 18.00/12.00 .120
13±5% 1.6 187 13.10/12.90 .080 416 14.00/13.00 .095 661 16.00/13.50 .110 913 21.00/14.00 .120
14±5% 1.5 185 14.90/13.25 .080 414 16.90/14.00 .090 660 19.00/15.00 .110 912 26.00/15.00 .120
15±5% 1.5 182 15.90/14.25 .080 412 17.50/15.30 .090 659 21.00/16.50 .100 911 29.00/17.00 .120
16±5% 1.4 179 17.00/15.15 .070 410 18.00/15.90 .085 657 22.00/17.00 .100 910 30.00/18.00 .120
18±5% 1.3 176 19.50/17.00 .070 408 20.20/17.10 .085 656 23.70/19.00 .100 908 33.00/21.00 .120
22±5% 1.2 170 24.00/20.90 .066 404 25.00/20.90 .080 654 28.00/21.00 .10 906 39.00/21.50 .120
24±5% 1.2 168 26.00/22.80 .066 403 30.00/23.00 .080 653 N/A .10 905 N/A .120
27±5% 1.1 165 29.00/25.60 .065 402 36.00/27.00 .080 652 N/A .10 905 N/A .120
30±5% 1.0 163 32.00/28.50 .064 401 40.00/30.00 .080 651 N/A .10 904 N/A .120
33±5% 1.0 160 37.65/31.35 .064 400 45.00/33.00 .080 650 N/A .10 904 N/A .120
* Other tolerances are available, see page 8
Accu-F®/ Accu-P®
0603 Typical Electrical Tables
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Accu-F®/ Accu-P®
0805 Typical Electrical Tables
Capacitance Self
Ref Effective Max Ref Effective Max Ref Effective Max Ref Effective Max
& Tolerance* Resonance
Freq. Capacitance ESR Freq. Capacitance ESR Freq. Capacitance ESR Freq. Capacitance ESR
@ 1 MHz Frequency
MHz Max/Min (Ω) MHz Max/Min (Ω) MHz Max/Min (Ω) MHz Max/Min (Ω)
(pF) (GHz)
(pF) (pF) (pF) (pF)
0.1±0.05 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.2±0.05
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.3±0.05
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.4±0.05
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.5±0.05
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.6±0.10
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.7±0.10
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.8±0.10
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
0.9±0.10
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
1.0±0.10 5.6
250 1.20/0.90 .320 500 1.20/0.90 .300 750 1.20/0.90 .270 999 1.20/0.90 .300
1.1±0.10 5.4
248 1.30/1.00 .290 496 1.30/1.00 .270 754 1.30/1.00 .250 993 1.30/1.00 .290
1.2±0.10 5.1
245 1.40/1.10 .270 492 1.40/1.10 .250 739 1.40/1.10 .240 987 1.40/1.10 .280
1.3±0.10 4.9
243 1.50/1.20 .260 488 1.50/1.20 .230 734 1.50/1.10 .230 980 1.50/1.20 .270
1.4±0.10 4.8
242 1.60/1.30 .240 487 1.60/1.20 .220 733 1.60/1.20 .220 979 1.60/1.30 .260
1.5±0.10 4.6
242 1.70/1.40 .230 486 1.70/1.40 .210 731 1.70/1.40 .220 977 1.70/1.40 .260
1.6±0.10 4.5
241 1.80/1.50 .220 484 1.85/1.50 .210 729 2.00/1.50 .220 975 2.00/1.50 .250
1.7±0.10 4.3
240 1.90/1.60 .210 483 1.95/1.60 .200 728 2.05/1.60 .210 974 2.20/1.60 .240
1.8±0.10 4.2
239 2.00/1.70 .200 482 2.05/1.70 .190 726 2.10/1.70 .210 972 2.30/1.70 .230
1.9±0.10 4.1
239 2.10/1.80 .200 481 2.15/1.80 .190 724 2.25/1.80 .200 970 2.40/1.80 .230
2.0±0.10 4.0 238 2.20/1.90 .190 479 2.30/1.90 .180 722 2.40/1.90 .200 967 2.60/1.95 .220
2.1±0.10 3.9 237 2.30/2.00 .190 477 2.40/2.00 .170 720 2.60/2.00 .190 964 2.80/2.06 .210
2.2±0.10 3.8 236 2.40/2.10 .180 475 2.60/2.10 .170 716 2.80/2.14 .190 962 3.06/2.17 .210
2.4±0.25 3.6 235 2.85/2.15 .170 473 3.13/2.29 .170 714 3.17/2.30 .190 960 3.31/2.31 .210
2.7±0.25 3.4 233 3.19/2.45 .160 470 3.47/2.55 .150 711 3.52/2.60 .170 957 3.67/2.60 .200
3.0±0.25 3.3 231 3.51/2.75 .150 465 3.76/2.86 .140 707 3.84/2.93 .160 952 4.00/3.00 .190
3.3±0.25 3.1 229 3.83/3.05 .140 463 4.04/3.10 .140 704 4.15/3.19 .160 948 4.38/3.30 .190
3.6±0.25 3.0 228 4.16/3.35 .140 462 4.35/3.42 .130 704 4.50/3.53 .150 947 4.80/3.60 .190
3.9±0.25 2.9 227 4.48/3.65 .130 459 4.67/3.72 .120 701 4.85/3.86 .150 944 5.23/3.90 .180
4.3±0.25 2.7 223 4.91/4.05 .130 456 5.11/4.13 .120 697 5.32/4.25 .150 940 5.79/4.50 .180
4.7±0.25 2.6 220 5.35/4.45 .120 451 5.52/4.53 .110 691 5.79/4.60 .140 936 6.36/4.80 .170
5.1±0.25 2.5 218 5.78/4.85 .120 447 5.94/4.94 .110 688 6.25/5.20 .140 934 7.16/5.74 .160
5.6±0.25 2.4 215 6.00/5.35 .100 444 6.82/5.40 .100 684 7.27/5.60 .120 930 8.25/5.90 .150
6.2±0.25 2.3 212 7.00/5.95 .100 442 7.52/6.00 .100 683 8.08/6.10 .120 927 9.35/6.80 .150
6.8±0.25 2.2 208 7.20/6.55 .100 435 8.21/6.88 .100 677 8.90/6.96 .120 925 10.46/7.32 .150
7.5±0.05 2.1 206 8.64/7.00 .100 434 9.02/7.10 .100 675 9.85/7.50 .120 924 11.75/8.42 .150
8.2±0.05 2.0 203 9.40/7.70 .090 432 9.83/7.90 .080 673 10.80/8.25 .110 922 13.04/9.53 .150
9.1±0.05 1.9 199 10.37/8.60 .080 429 10.88/8.76 .080 670 12.02/9.10 .110 920 14.70/10.70 .150
10±5% 1.8 196 11.00/9.50 .080 423 11.92/9.76 .080 668 13.24/10.00 .110 918 15.37/11.80 .140
11±5% 1.8 193 12.50/10.45 .080 420 13.23/10.50 .080 665 15.07/11.00 .110 916 16.00/12.20 .140
12±5% 1.6 190 13.61/11.40 .070 418 14.50/11.90 .080 663 16.90/12.82 .110 915 N/A .140
13±5% 1.6 187 14.75/12.35 .070 416 15.80/13.00 .080 662 18.87/14.00 .110 914 N/A .140
14±5% 1.5 184 15.88/13.30 .070 414 17.22/14.00 .080 661 20.84/16.00 .110 913 N/A .140
15±5% 1.5 182 17.02/14.25 .070 414 18.56/15.19 .080 660 22.62/19.13 .110 912 N/A .130
16±5% 1.4 179 18.16/15.20 .070 411 19.90/16.28 .080 659 27.00/20.89 .100 911 N/A .130
18±5% 1.3 176 20.42/17.10 .070 408 22.69/18.57 .070 657 33.00/22.10 .100 910 N/A .130
20±5% 1.3 173 22.70/19.00 .060 406 25.38/20.78 .070 656 38.00/23.15 .100 908 N/A .130
22±5% 1.2 171 24.95/20.90 .060 405 28.08/21.00 .070 655 42.00/24.00 .100 907 N/A .130
24±5% 1.2 168 27.20/22.80 .060 403 31.31/25.61 .070 654 N/A .090 907 N/A .130
27±5% 1.1 165 30.78/25.69 .060 401 36.10/32.20 .070 652 N/A .090 906 N/A .130
30±5% 1.0 163 34.23/28.50 .050 400 40.58/33.20 .070 651 N/A .090 905 N/A .130
33±5% 1.0 159 37.85/31.35 .050 399 46.65/35.00 .070 650 N/A .090 904 N/A .120
36±5% 0.9 157 41.19/34.20 .050 397 52.22/38.00 .070 649 N/A .090 903 N/A .120
39±5% 0.9 155 44.79/37.05 .050 396 59.08/47.08 .070 648 N/A .090 902 N/A .120
43±5% 0.9 153 49.99/40.85 .050 395 70.50/53.04 .060 647 N/A .090 901 N/A .120
47±5% 0.8 152 55.19/44.65 .050 394 81.99/59.00 .060 646 N/A .090 900 N/A .110
* Other tolerances are available, see page 8
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Capacitance Self
Ref Effective Max Ref Effective Max Ref Effective Max Ref Effective Max
& Tolerance* Resonance
Freq. Capacitance ESR Freq. Capacitance ESR Freq. Capacitance ESR Freq. Capacitance ESR
@ 1 MHz Frequency
(MHz) Max/Min (Ω) (MHz) Max/Min (Ω) (MHz) Max/Min (Ω) (MHz) Max/Min (Ω)
(pF) (GHz)
(pF) (pF) (pF) (pF)
1.0±0.
25
4.98
247 1.23/0.75 .350 495 1.34/0.86 .260 745 1.46/0.94 .280 995 1.6/0.99 .350
1.2±0.
25
4.55
245 1.32/0.95 .310 491 1.45/1.00 .240 739 1.64/1.1 .260 987 2.00/1.2 .320
1.5±0.
25
4.07
242 1.6/1.23 .250 486 1.75/1.3 .230 731 1.82/1.95 .250 978 2.1/1.4 .270
1.8±0.
25
9.71
240 2.1/1.55 .200 482 2.21/1.56 .200 731 2.4/1.6 .200 978 2.54/1.7 .210
2.2±0.25 9.96 237 2.48/1.95 .170 476 2.68/2.00 .170 727 2.85/2.1 .180 969 3.02/2.2 .200
2.7±0.25 2.70 233 3.42/2.45 .140 466 3.49/2.55 .140 708 3.73/2.63 .150 952 3.89/2.70 .170
3.3±0.25 2.60 229 4.02/3.05 .140 463 4.09/3.15 .130 704 4.33/3.23 .140 948 4.49/3.30 .160
3.6±0.25 2.50 228 4.18/3.35 .130 462 4.32/3.43 .130 704 4.50/3.32 .140 947 4.78/3.45 .160
3.9±0.25 2.40 227 4.53/3.65 .130 458 4.66/3.73 .120 701 4.85/3.75 .140 944 5.18/3.90 .150
4.3±0.25 2.30 223 5.01/4.05 .120 456 5.11/4.14 .110 697 5.32/4.29 .130 940 5.72/4.30 .140
4.7±0.25 2.20 220 5.48/4.45 .120 451 5.62/4.50 .110 691 5.94/4.60 .130 936 6.56/4.70 .140
5.1±0.25 2.10 218 5.88/4.85 .110 447 6.04/4.90 .110 683 6.36/5.10 .130 933 7.20/5.40 .140
5.6±0.25 2.00 215 6.49/5.35 .110 441 6.72/5.56 .100 681 7.17/5.67 .120 928 8.15/6.00 .140
6.2±0.25 1.90 212 7.19/5.95 .100 442 7.26/6.07 .100 679 7.99/6.10 .110 927 9.18/7.00 .130
6.8±0.25 1.80 208 7.38/6.55 .100 435 8.16/6.42 .100 677 8.81/6.93 .110 925 10.20/7.42 .130
7.5±0.25 1.70 206 8.60/7.90 .100 434 8.90/7.25 .100 675 9.58/7.60 .100 924 11.36/8.00 .130
8.2±0.25 1.70 203 9.36/7.70 .100 432 9.76/7.96 .090 673 10.68/8.31 .100 922 13.00/9.10 .130
9.1±0.25 1.60 199 10.34/8.60 .090 429 10.87/8.88 .090 670 12.10/9.66 .090 920 15.11/10.25 .130
10±5% 1.50 196 11.33/9.50 .090 423 11.97/9.79 .090 668 13.51/10.05 .090 918 17.22/11.06 .130
11±5% 1.50 193 12.50/10.45 .090 420 13.23/10.83 .090 665 15.07/11.33 .090 916 N/A .130
12±5% 1.40 190 13.61/11.40 .080 418 14.59/11.90 .080 663 16.90/12.82 .090 915 N/A .120
13±5% 1.30 185 14.75/12.35 .080 416 15.64/13.00 .080 662 18.80/13.60 .090 914 N/A .120
14±5% 1.30 183 15.89/13.30 .080 415 17.22/14.00 .080 661 20.85/16.00 .090 913 N/A .120
15±5% 1.20 182 17.02/14.25 .080 414 18.56/15.19 .080 660 22.62/17.00 .090 912 N/A .110
16±5% 1.20 180 18.16/15.20 .080 411 19.90/16.28 .080 659 25.12/18.00 .090 911 N/A .110
18±5% 1.10 176 20.42/17.10 .070 408 22.69/18.57 .080 657 30.00/24.00 .080 909 N/A .110
20±5% 1.10 173 22.70/19.00 .070 406 25.36/20.78 .080 656 35.00/26.00 .080 908 N/A .110
22±5% 1.00 171 24.95/20.90 .070 405 28.06/22.96 .080 655 42.00/27.00 .080 908 N/A .110
24±5% 0.98 168 27.20/22.60 .070 403 31.31/25.60 .080 654 N/A .080 907 N/A .110
25±5% 0.96 166 26.39/23.75 .070 402 32.91/26.00 .080 653 N/A .080 907 N/A .110
27±5% 0.92 164 30.78/25.65 .070 401 36.10/28.00 .070 652 N/A .080 906 N/A .110
28±5% 0.91 163 31.93/26.50 .070 401 37.60/30.76 .070 651 N/A .080 906 N/A .110
30±5% 0.88 162 34.23/28.50 .070 400 40.50/33.20 .070 651 N/A .080 905 N/A .110
32±5% 0.85 161 36.51/30.40 .070 399 44.63/34.50 .070 650 N/A .080 905 N/A .110
33±5% 0.84 159 37.65/31.35 .060 399 46.65/35.00 .070 650 N/A .080 905 N/A .110
34±5% 0.82 158 38.83/32.30 .060 398 48.51/37.00 .070 649 N/A .080 904 N/A .110
36±5% 0.80 157 41.20/34.20 .060 397 52.22/41.00 .070 649 N/A .070 904 N/A .110
39±5% 0.77 155 44.79/37.05 .060 396 59.00/43.00 .070 649 N/A .070 904 N/A .110
43±5% 0.73 153 49.99/40.85 .060 396 70.00/46.00 .070 648 N/A .070 904 N/A .110
47±5% 0.70 152 55.69/44.65 .060 395 81.00/53.00 .070 648 N/A .070 903 N/A .110
Accu-P®
1210 Typical Electrical Tables
* Other tolerances are available, see page 8
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Accu-F®/ Accu-P®
High Frequency Characteristics
Typical SRF vs. Capacitance
Accu-P®0201
Typical ESR vs. Frequency
Accu-P®0201
Typical Q vs. Frequency
Accu-P®0201
0.8pF
1.8pF
2.2pF
3.3pF
4.7pF
6.8pF
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
1000 500 1000 1500
Frequency (MHz)
ESR (mΩ)
2000 2500 3000
0.8pF
1.8pF
3.9pF
4.7pF
6.8pF
1000
100
10
500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000
Frequency (MHz)
Q
7
8
6
5
4
3
2
1
034567
SRF (GHz)
Capacitance (pF)
8910
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Accu-F®/ Accu-P®
High Frequency Characteristics
GHz
10
1
0.1
1 10 100 pF
L (self inductance)
~
0.78 nH
NOTE
L and SRF are obtained from the measured increase in
effective capacitance as the frequency is increased
Measured on the Boonton 34-A
Typical ESR vs. Frequency
Accu-F®/Accu-P®0603
Typical ESR vs. Frequency
Accu-P®0402
Typical Q vs. Frequency
Accu-F®/Accu-P®0603
Typical Q vs. Frequency
Accu-P®0402
Typical Self Resonant Frequency vs. Capacitance
Accu-F®/Accu-P®0603
Typical Self Resonant Frequency vs. Capacitance
Accu-P®0402
2.7pF
10pF
22pF
1
0.1
Ohm
0.01
0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3GHz
Measured on Boonton 34-A
(34-A limits measurements to 3GHz)
22pF 2.7pF
10pF
10000
100
1000
10
0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3GHz
Measured on Boonton 34-A
(34-A limits measurements to 3GHz)
0.25
0.2
0.15
0.1
0.05
00 500 1000 1500 2000 2500
Frequency (MHz)
ESR (Ohms)
Measured on Boonton 34A
1.0pF
2.2pF
4.7pF
10pF
1 pF
2.2 pF
4.7 pF
10 pF
10000
1000
100
10
1
0 500 1000 1500
Frequency (MHz)
Q (Logarithmic Scale)
2000 2500 3000
(347A lwmwts measuremems to SGHZ) /‘\V/)I(
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Accu-F®/ Accu-P®
High Frequency Characteristics
Typical ESR vs. Frequency
Accu-P®1210
Typical Q vs. Frequency
Accu-P®1210
Typical Self Resonant Frequency vs. Capacitance
Accu-P®1210
10
GHz
1
0.1
1 10 100 pF
L (self inductance)
~
1.02 nH
NOTE
L and SRF are obtained from the measured increase in
effective capacitance as the frequency is increased
Measured on the Boonton 34-A
1pF
3.3pF
33pF
10pF
1
0.1
Ohm
0.01
0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3GHz
Measured on Boonton 34-A
(34-A limits measurements to 3GHz)
33pF
3.3pF
1pF
10pF
10000
100
1000
100 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3GHz
Measured on Boonton 34-A
(34-A limits measurements to 3GHz)
GHz
10
1
0.1
1 10 100 pF
L (self inductance)
~
0.82 nH
NOTE
L and SRF are obtained from the measured increase in
effective capacitance as the frequency is increased
Measured on the Boonton 34-A
Typical ESR vs. Frequency
Accu-F®/Accu-P®0805
Typical Q vs. Frequency
Accu-F®/Accu-P®0805
Typical Self Resonant Frequency vs. Capacitance
Accu-F®/Accu-P®0805
1pF
3.3pF
33pF
1
0.1
Ohm
0.01
0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3GHz
Measured on Boonton 34-A
(34-A limits measurements to 3GHz)
33pF
3.3pF
1pF
10pF
10000
100
1000
10
0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3GHz
Measured on Boonton 34-A
(34-A limits measurements to 3GHz)
2UR Resistance m a Termi ation Bond Strength Tested as shown m dxagram IEC-68-2-21 Amend. 2 t ,, / f_4_l 45mm Storage
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Accu-F®/ Accu-P®
Environmental / Mechanical Characteristics
QUALITY & RELIABILITY
Accu-P®is based on well established thin-film technology
and materials.
• ON-LINE PROCESS CONTROL
This program forms an integral part of the production cycle
and acts as a feedback system to regulate and control
production processes. The test procedures, which are
integrated into the production process, were developed
after long research work and are based on the highly
developed semiconductor industry test procedures and
equipment. These measures help AVX to produce a con-
sistent and high yield line of products.
• FINAL QUALITY INSPECTION
Finished parts are tested for standard electrical parameters
and visual/mechanical characteristics. Each production lot
is 100% evaluated for: capacitance and proof voltage at
2.5 UR. In addition, production is periodically evaluated for:
Average capacitance with histogram printout for
capacitance distribution;
IR and Breakdown Voltage distribution;
Temperature Coefficient;
Solderability;
Dimensional, mechanical and temperature stability.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
The reliability of these thin-film chip capacitors has been
studied intensively for several years. Various measures
have been taken to obtain the high reliability required today
by the industry. Quality assurance policy is based on well
established international industry standards. The reliability
of the capacitors is determined by accelerated testing
under the following conditions:
Life (Endurance) 125°C, 2UR, 1000 hours
Accelerated Damp
Heat Steady State 85°C, 85% RH, UR,
1000 hours.
TEST CONDITIONS REQUIREMENT
Life (Endurance)
125°C, 2UR,1000 hours No visible damage
MIL-STD-202F Method 108A
Δ C/C ≤ 2% for C≥5pF
Δ C ≤ 0.25pF for C<5pF
Accelerated Damp
85°C, 85% RH, UR, 1000 hours No visible damage
Heat Steady State
Δ C/C ≤ 2% for C≥5pF
MIL-STD-202F Method 103B
Δ C ≤ 0.25pF for C<5pF
Temperature Cycling
-55°C to +125°C, 15 cycles – Accu-P® No visible damage
MIL-STD-202F Method 107E
-55°C to +125°C, 5 cycles – Accu-F® Δ C/C ≤ 2% for C≥5pF
MIL-STD-883D Method 1010.7
Δ C ≤ 0.25pF for C<5pF
Resistance to Solder Heat
260°C ± 5°C for 10 secs C remains within initial limits
IEC-68-2-58
ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS
TEST CONDITIONS REQUIREMENT
Solderability
Components completely immersed in a Terminations to be well tinned, minimum 95%
IEC-68-2-58
solder bath at 235°C for 2 secs. coverage
Leach Resistance
Components completely immersed in a
Dissolution of termination faces ≤15% of area
IEC-68-2-58
solder bath at 260±5°C for 60 secs.
Dissolution of termination edges ≤25% of length
Adhesion
A force of 5N applied for 10 secs. No visible damage
MIL-STD-202F Method 211A
Termination Bond Strength
Tested as shown in diagram No visible damage
IEC-68-2-21 Amend. 2
Δ C/C ≤ 2% for C≥5pF
Δ C ≤ 0.25pF for C<5pF
Robustness of Termination
A force of 5N applied for 10 secs. No visible damage
IEC-68-2-21 Amend. 2
High Frequency Vibration
55Hz to 2000Hz, 20G No visible damage
MIL-STD-202F Method 201A,
204D
(Accu-P®only)
Storage
12 months minimum with components Good solderability
stored in “as received” packaging
MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
D
45mm 45mm
D = 3mm Accu-P
D = 1mm Accu-F
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CAPACITOR TYPE CHIP SIZE THERMAL IMPEDANCE (°C/W)
Accu-P®0805 6.5
1210 5
Microwave MLC 0505 12
1210 7.5
ADVANTAGES OF ACCU-P®
IN RF POWER CIRCUITS
The optimized design of Accu-P®offers the designer of RF
power circuits the following advantages:
Reduced power losses due to the inherently low ESR of
Accu-P®.
Increased power dissipation due to the high thermal
conductivity of Accu-P®.
PRACTICAL APPLICATION
IN RF POWER CIRCUITS
There is a wide variety of different experimental methods
for measuring the power handling performance of a
capacitor in RF power circuits. Each method has its
own problems and few of them exactly reproduce the
conditions present in “real” circuit applications.
Similarly, there is a very wide range of different circuit appli-
cations, all with their unique characteristics and operating
conditions which cannot possibly be covered by such
“theoretical” testing.
• THE ONLY TRUE TEST OF A CAPACITOR IN ANY PARTICULAR
APPLICATION IS ITS PERFORMANCE UNDER OPERATING
CONDITIONS IN THE ACTUAL CIRCUIT.
Accu-F®/ Accu-P®
Performance Characteristics RF Power Applications
RF POWER APPLICATIONS
In RF power applications capacitor losses generate heat. Two
factors of particular importance to designers are:
• Minimizing the generation of heat.
• Dissipating heat as efficiently as possible.
CAPACITOR HEATING
The major source of heat generation in a capacitor in RF
power applications is a function of RF current (I) and ESR,
from the relationship:
Power dissipation = I2RMS x ESR
• Accu-P®capacitors are specially designed to minimize
ESR and therefore RF heating. Values of ESR for
Accu-P®capacitors are significantly less than those of
ceramic MLC components currently available.
HEAT DISSIPATION
Heat is dissipated from a capacitor through a variety of
paths, but the key factor in the removal of heat is the
thermal conductivity of the capacitor material.
The higher the thermal conductivity of the capacitor, the
more rapidly heat will be dissipated.
The table below illustrates the importance of thermal
conductivity to the performance of Accu-P®in power
applications.
1210
0805
Amps
8
6
4
2
00 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400MHz
1210
0805
0603
0402
PRODUCT MATERIAL THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY W/mK
Accu-P®Alumina 18.9
Microwave MLC Magnesium Titanate 6.0
Power Handling
Accu-P®10pF
Data used in calculating the graph:
Thermal impedance of capacitors:
0402 17°C/W
0603 12°C/W
0805 6.5°C/W
1210 5°C/W
Thermal impedance measured using RF generator,
amplifier and strip-line transformer.
ESR of capacitors measured on Boonton 34A
THERMAL IMPEDANCE
Thermal impedance of Accu-P®chips is shown below com-
pared with the thermal impedance of Microwave MLC’s.
The thermal impedance expresses the temperature difference
in °C between chip center and termination caused by
a power dissipation of 1 watt in the chip. It is expressed in
°C/W.
Accu-F® / Accu-P® Application Notes GENERAL Accu-F” and Accu-P” SMD capacrtors are desrgn soidehng to printed Circuit boards or other substrat construction of the components is such that they w stand the time/temperature promes used in both wa reflow soidehng methods CIRCUIT BOARD TYPE The crrcurt board types which may be used With Aceu Accu-F” are as ioilows: Accu-F": AH flexrble types 01 circuit boards (eg. FR-A‘ (3-10). Aceu-F”: Ail flexibie types oi mrcurt boards (eg. FR-A, (3-10) and aiso aiumrna. For other circuit board materials, piease consult [actor WAVE SOLDERING DIMENSIONS: millimeters (inches) t fifi 2% i ab 3; f ’7 L4 H K‘ His?“ \ i ‘ t 1 film mag“ 3mg“ ‘8»; “it” ma‘g‘ 3* m1: H.113: \ minim 0201 0402 Accu P‘ Accu P‘ 22 /‘\V/):(
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Accu-F®/ Accu-P®
Application Notes
GENERAL
Accu-F®and Accu-P®SMD capacitors are designed for
soldering to printed circuit boards or other substrates. The
construction of the components is such that they will with-
stand the time/temperature profiles used in both wave and
reflow soldering methods.
CIRCUIT BOARD TYPE
The circuit board types which may be used with Accu-F®and
Accu-P®are as follows:
Accu-F®: All flexible types of circuit boards
(eg. FR-4, G-10).
Accu-P®: All flexible types of circuit boards
(eg. FR-4, G-10) and also alumina.
For other circuit board materials, please consult factory.
HANDLING
SMD capacitors should be handled with care to avoid damage
or contamination from perspiration and skin oils. The use of
plastic tipped tweezers or vacuum pick-ups is strongly recom-
mended for individual components. Bulk handling should
ensure that abrasion and mechanical shock are minimized. For
automatic equipment, taped and reeled product gives the
ideal medium for direct presentation to the placement
machine.
COMPONENT PAD DESIGN
Component pads must be designed to achieve good
joints and minimize component movement during reflow
soldering. Pad designs are given below for both wave and
reflow soldering.
The basis of these designs is:
a. Pad width equal to component width. It is permissible to
decrease this to as low as 85% of component width but
it is not advisable to go below this.
b. Pad overlap 0.5mm beneath large components. Pad
overlap about 0.3mm beneath small components.
c. Pad extension of 0.5mm for reflow of large components
and pad extension about 0.3mm for reflow of small com-
ponents. Pad extension about 1.0mm for wave soldering.
WAVE SOLDERING
DIMENSIONS: millimeters (inches)
1.2
(0.047)
3.1
(0.122)
0.8
(0.031)
0.7
(0.028)
1.2
(0.047)
0.8
(0.031)
2.1
(0.083)
0.55
(0.022)
0.5
(0.020)
0.8
(0.031)
1.
06
(
0.042
)
0
.
34
(
0.013
)
0
.2
6
(
0.010
)
0
.4
0
(
0.016
)
0
.4
0
(
0.016
)
3.1
(0.122)
0.8
(0.031)
0.6
(0.024)
1.25
(0.049)
1.25
(0.049)
1.5
(0.059)
1.5
(0.059)
1.0
(0.039)
4.0
(0.157)
1.25
(0.049)
1.5
(0.059)
1.5
(0.059)
2.0
(0.079)
5.0
(0.197)
2.5
(0.098)
0603
Accu-F®
0402
Accu-P®
0201
Accu-P®
0603
Accu-P®
0805
Accu-F®
Accu-P®
1210
Accu-P®
REFLOW SOLDERING
DIMENSIONS: millimeters (inches)
0.6
(0.024)
1.7
(0.068)
0.55
(0.022)
0.5
(0.020)
0.6
(0.024)
0.8
(0.031)
2.3
(0.091) 0.6
(0.024)
0.85
(0.033)
0.85
(0.033)
3.0
(0.118)
1.25
(0.049)
1.0
(0.039)
1.0
(0.039)
1.0
(0.039)
2.5
(0.098)
4.0
(0.157)
1.0
(0.039)
2.0
(0.079)
1.0
(0.039)
0402
Accu-P®
0
.7
8
(
0.030
)
0
.
34
(
0.013
)
0
.2
6
(
0.010
)
0
.2
6
(
0.010
)
0
.2
6
(
0.010
)
0201
Accu-P®
0.8
(0.031)
2.3
(0.091) 0.7
(0.028)
0.8
(0.031)
0.8
(0.031)
0603
Accu-F®
0603
Accu-P®
0805
Accu-F®
Accu-P®
1210
Accu-P®
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Application Notes
PREHEAT & SOLDERING
The rate of preheat in production should not exceed 4°C/
second and a recommended maximum is about 2°C/second.
Temperature differential from preheat to soldering should not
exceed 100°C.
For further specific application or process advice, please consult
AVX.
COOLING
After soldering, the assembly should preferably be allowed
to cool naturally. In the event of assisted cooling, similar
conditions to those recommended for preheating should be
used.
HAND SOLDERING & REWORK
Hand soldering is permissible. Preheat of the PCB to 150°C is
required. The most preferable technique is to use hot air sol-
dering tools. Where a soldering iron is used, a temperature
controlled model not exceeding 30 watts should be used and
set to not more than 260°C.
RECOMMENDED SOLDERING
PROFILE
CLEANING RECOMMENDATIONS
Care should be taken to ensure that the devices are
thoroughly cleaned of flux residues, especially the space
beneath the device. Such residues may otherwise become
conductive and effectively offer a lossy bypass to the device.
Various recommended cleaning conditions (which must be
optimized for the flux system being used) are as follows:
Cleaning liquids. . . . . . . i-propanol, ethanol, acetylacetone,
water and other standard PCB
cleaning liquids.
Ultrasonic conditions . . power-20w/liter max.
frequency-20kHz to 45kHz.
Temperature . . . . . . . . . 80°C maximum (if not otherwise
limited by chosen solvent system).
Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 minutes max.
STORAGE CONDITIONS
Recommended storage conditions for Accu-F®and
Accu-P®prior to use are as follows:
Temperature . . . . . . . . . . 15°C to 35°C
Humidity . . . . . . . . . . . . . ≤65%
Air Pressure . . . . . . . . . . 860mbar to 1060mbar
220
210
200
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
00.511.522.533.544.5
Assembly enters the
preheat zone
Additional soak time
to allow uniform
heating of the
substrate
Soak time
1) Activates the flux
2) Allows center of board
temperatures to catch up with
corners
45-60 sec.
above solder
melting point
Assembly exits heat–
no forced cooldown
186°C solder melting
temperature
COMPONENT LAND TEMP (DEG C)
Time (mins)
0 2030405060708090100110120
260
240
220
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20 Time (seconds)
Enter Wave
Natural
Cooling
100°C
3–5 seconds
10
TEMPERATURE °C
0
20
TEMPERATURE °C
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
215°C
Time (minutes)
Preheat
Transfer from
preheat with
min. delay &
temp. loss
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
215°C
Time (seconds)
Reflow
Enter
Vapor
Natural
Cooling
Duration varies
with thermal mass
of assembly
10–60 secs typical
10 20 30 40 50 60 70
200
IR REFLOW WAVE SOLDERING
VAPOR PHASE
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8.0 ± 0.3 3.5 ± 0.05 1.75±0.1 2.0 ± 0.05 4.0 ± 0.1 1.5
(0.315 ± 0.012) (0.138 ± 0.002) (0.069 ± 0.004) (0.079 ± 0.002) (0.157 ± 0.004) (0.059 )
Accu-F®/Accu-P®
Automatic Insertion Packaging
A(1) BCDEFG
180±1.0 1.5 min. 13±0.2 20.2 min. 50 min. 9.6±1.5 14.4 max.
(7.087±0.039) (0.059 min.) (0.512 ± 0.008) (0.795 min.) (1.969 min.) (0.370 ± 0.050) (0.567 max.)
NOTE: AVX reserves the right to change the information published herein without notice.
TAPE & REEL
All tape and reel specifications are in compliance with EIA 481-1-A.
(equivalent to IEC 286 part 3).
• 8mm carrier
• Reeled quantities: Reels of 3,000 per 7" reel or 10,000 pieces per 13" reel
0201 and 0402 = 5,000 pieces per 7" reel and 20,000 pieces per 13" reel
FULL RADIUS
D*
B* C
E
F
G MAX.
A
DRIVE SPOKES OPTIONAL
IF USED, ASTERISKED
DIMENSIONS APPLY.
*
A
E
P
D
F
W
L
C
B
10 PITCHES
CUMULATIVE
TOLERANCE ON
TAPE ±0.2
CENTER LINES
OF CAVITY
TOP
TAPE
DIRECTION OF FEED
REEL
DIMENSIONS: millimeters (inches)
CARRIER
DIMENSIONS: millimeters (inches)
Metric dimensions will govern.
Inch measurements rounded and for reference only.
(1) 330mm (13 inch) reels are available.
+0.1
-0.0
+0.004
-0.000
NOTE: The nominal dimensions of the component compartment (W,L) are derived from the component size.
P = 4mm except 0201 and 0402 where P = 2mm

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