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Cautions for usage Cautions for Using Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors 1 DC electrolytic capacitors are polarized 2 Use within the rated voltage 3 Using for power supply circuit 7 Changes in the characteristics due to frequency 8 Aluminum electrolyt ID: 65255 Download Pdf


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If required,this voltage can be discharged with a resistor witha value of about 1 k•A PCB self-standing (snap-in) type capacitor shouldbe pushed to the end (till there is no space) to thePCB for mounting.•Do not set the automatic insertion machine to clinchthe capacitor lead wires too strong.•Pay attention to the impact given by the compo-nent receptacles of the automatic insertion/mount-ing machines and the product checker, and fromthe centering operation.•Do not use fixing adhesive or coating materialcontaining halogen-based solvent.•Before applying the fixing adhesive or the coatingmaterial, make sure that there is no remaining fluxor stains between the PCB and the sealed part ofthe capacitor.•Before applying the fixing adhesive or the coatingmaterial, make sure that the detergent etc. has•Do not cover the whole surface of the sealed part(terminal side) of the capacitor with the fixing ad-hesive or the coating material.•Observe the description in the catalog or the prod-uct specifications concerning the thermal stiffeningconditions of the fixing adhesive or the coatingmaterial. (If there is no such description, contactus.) When both discrete and SMT components areon the same PCB, the fixing material for the SMTcomponents may cause crack, tear or shrinkage onthe external sleeve depending on the thermalstiffening condition.•Recommended fixing adhesives and coatingFixing adhesives : Cemedine 1500, Diabond DN83K,Bond G103Coating materials : Taffy TF1159, HumiSeal 1B66NS, 1A27NSYou may get electric shock or your hand may beburnt. Discharge it with a 1 K resistance before useif necessary.Do not spill conductive solution including acid or alka-line solution on the capacitor.•The following items should be checked:•During cleaning, control the cleaning solutionagainst contamination.(2)Cleaning conditions:(a) The temperature of cleaning solution shall beless than 60°C.(b) Use immersion or ultrasonic waves within two(c) After cleaning, capacitors and PCBs shallthoroughly be rinsed and dried with hot blastfor more than 10 minutes. The temperature ofsuch breeze should be less than the upper(d) After cleaning, do not keep capacitors incleaning solution atmosphere or airtight•Do not dip the capacitor into melted solder.•The soldering conditions Chip type : Please refer to 1 small and large type : 260°C, 10 s (max.)The preliminary heating and other conditionsdescribed in the catalog or product specifications. •Do not flux other part than the terminals.•If there is a direct contact between the sleeve ofthe capacitor and the printed circuit pattern or ametal part of another component such as a leadwire, it may cause shrinkage of crack.•When you use the capacitor with its sleeve touch-ing directly to the PCB, excessive solder tempera-ture or excessive soldering time may cause thesleeve to shrink or crack during the heat.•If the application is for extended use, understandand manage the soldering characteristics to avoidabnormal current caused by a contact failurebetween the capacitor and the PCB.•After soldering, do not tilt, push down or twist thecapacitor.•After soldering, do not hold the capacitor as ahandle to carry the PCB.•After soldering, do not hit the capacitor with anyobstacle. If PCBs are piled up for storage, thecapacitor should not touch another PCB or compo-•Recommended cleaning method(1)cleaning solutions:(a) CLEANTHROUGH 710M, 750H, 750L(b) PINEALPHA ST-100S(c) Techno Care FRW-4~17(d) Isopropyl alcohol (2-propanol)4.Handling after soldering.5.Cleaning after Soldering1.Do not touch capacitor terminals with bare hands.2.Do not short the capacitor terminals with a con- ductor.3.Periodical inspections should be established2.Do not apply excessive pressure to the capaci-tor, its terminals or lead wires.3.Soldering.6.Fixing adhesives and coating materials.the dropped capacitor.•Do not deform the capacitor for mounting. CAT.No.2015/2016E dpmk CJLB rm clqspc rfbr rfc amknmlclr gq qsgrbcmc dmp wmsp sqc, 5.Storing conditions.6.Disposing of capacitors.7.Other notes.(1)Appearance : Check if there is any open valve or(2)Electronic performance: Check the leakagecurrent, the electrostatic capacitance, the tangentof loss angle and other items described in the Avoid high temperature or high humidity whenstoring capacitors. Keep the storing temperature at to 35 and the relative humidity not more thanThe leakage current of an aluminum electrolyticcapacitor tends to increase when stored for a longtime. This tendency becomes more prominent if theambient temperature is high. The leakage currentwill be decreased by voltage application. Ifnecessary, treatment by voltage application shouldbe made on the capacitors which have been storedfor a long period (more than 2 years afterDo not store capacitors at a place where there isa possibility that they may get water, salt or oil spill.Do not store capacitors at a place where the aircontains dense hazardous gas (hydrogen sulfide,sulfurous acid, nitrous acid, chlorine, ammonia,Fumigation treatment with toxic gas covering thewhole wooden container frames as moth proofingDo not store capacitors at a place where it getsPlease refer to the following literature for anythingnot described in the product specifications or the(Technical report of Japan Electronics and InformationTechnology Industries Association, EIAJ RCR-2367C“Guideline of notabilia for fixed aluminum electrolyticIf you see gas coming out of the capacitor valvewhen the set is in operation, turn off the powerswitch of the unit or unplug the power cord fromKeep your face away from the capacitor pressurevalve, since the high temperature gas at over100°C bursts out when the valve works. If the gasgets into your eyes or your mouth, wash your eyesor your mouth. Do not ingest the capacitor electro-lyte. If the electrolyte gets on your skin, wash it outPunch a hole or crush the capacitors (to preventIf they are not to be incinerated, bring them to a CAT.No.2015/2016E dpmk CJLB rm clqspc rfbr rfc amknmlclr gq qsgrbcmc dmp wmsp sqc,

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