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DE2E3SA222MA2BT01F

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Ceramic Disc Capacitors 2.2nF ±20% 250VAC Through Hole,P=5mm RoHS
Manufacturer: Murata


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Manufacturer
Murata
Product Category
Ceramic Disc Capacitors
Product
Safety Ceramic Disc Capacitors
Capacitance
2200 pF
Tolerance
20 %
Voltage Rating AC
250 VAC
Dielectric
E
Lead Spacing
5 Mm
Minimum Operating Temperature
- 40 C
Maximum Operating Temperature
+125 C
Diameter
8 mm
Packaging
Bulk
Series
De2-Sa
Termination Style
Radial
Brand
Murata Electronics
Capacitance - Nf
2.2 nF
Capacitance - Uf
0.0022 uF
Cnhts
8532230000
Lead Diameter
0.6 Mm
Lead Style
Straight
Product Type
Safety Capacitors
Factory Pack Quantity :
250
Subcategory
Capacitors
Category
Ceramic Disc Capacitors
Brand Category
Murata
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Reference Specification Type SA Safety Standard Certified Lead Type Disc Ceramic Capacitors for General Purpose Product specifications in this catalog are as of Dec. 2017, and are subject to change or obsolescence without notice. Please consult the approval sheet before ordering.Please read rating and Cautions first. Reference Specification Type SA Safety Standard Certified Lead Type Disc Ceramic Capacitors for General Purpose Product specifications in this catalog are as of Dec. 2017, and are subject to change or obsolescence without notice. Please consult the approval sheet before ordering.Please read rating and Cautions first. Reference only CAUTION 1. OPERATING VOLTAGE When DC-rated capacitors are to be used in AC or ripple current circuits, be sure to maintain the Vp-p value of the applied voltage or the Vo-p which contains DC bias within the rated voltage range. When the voltage is started to apply to the circuit or it is stopped applying, the irregular voltage may be generated for a transit period because of resonance or switching. Be sure to use a capacitor within rated voltage containing these irregular voltage. Pulse Pulse Voltage DC Voltage DC+AC Voltage AC Voltage Voltage(1) Voltage(2) Positional Vo-p Vp-p Vo-p Vp-p Vp-p Measurement 2. OPERATING TEMPERATURE AND SELF-GENERATED HEAT Keep the surface temperature of a capacitor below the upper limit of its rated operating temperature range. Be sure to take into account the heat generated by the capacitor itself. When the capacitor is used in a high-frequency current, pulse current or the like, it may have the self- generated heat due to dielectric-loss. Applied voltage should be the load such as self-generated heat is within 20 ?C on the condition of atmosphere temperature 25 ?C. When measuring, use a thermocouple of small thermal capacity-K of ?0.1mm and be in the condition where capacitor is not affected by radiant heat of other components and wind of surroundings. Excessive heat may lead to deterioration of the capacitor?s characteristics and reliability.(Never attempt to perform measurement with the cooling fan running. Otherwise, accurate measurement cannot be ensured.) 3. TEST CONDITION FOR WITHSTANDING VOLTAGE (1) TEST EQUIPMENT Test equipment for AC withstanding voltage should be used with the performance of the wave similar to 50/60 Hz sine wave. If the distorted sine wave or over load exceeding the specified voltage value is applied, the defective may be caused. (2) VOLTAGE APPLIED METHOD When the withstanding voltage is applied, capacitor?s lead or terminal should be firmly connected to the out-put of the withstanding voltage test equipment, and then the voltage should be raised from near zero to the test voltage. If the test voltage without the raise from near zero voltage would be applied directly to capacitor, test voltage should be applied with the *zero cross. At the end of the test time, the test voltage should be reduced to near zero, and then capacitor?s lead or terminal should be taken off the out-put of the withstanding voltage test equipment. If the test voltage without the raise from near zero voltage would voltage sine wave be applied directly to capacitor, the surge voltage may arise, and therefore, the defective may be caused. 0V *ZERO CROSS is the point where voltage sine wave pass 0V. zero cross - See the right figure - 4. FAIL-SAFE When capacitor would be broken, failure may result in a short circuit. Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function like a fuse on your product if failure would follow an electric shock, fire or fume. 5. VIBRATION AND IMPACT Do not expose a capacitor or its leads to excessive shock or vibration during use. EGD08E 1 / 21 Reference Specification Type SA Safety Standard Certified Lead Type Disc Ceramic Capacitors for General Purpose Product specifications in this catalog are as of Dec. 2017, and are subject to change or obsolescence without notice. Please consult the approval sheet before ordering.Please read rating and Cautions first. Reference Specification Type SA Safety Standard Certified Lead Type Disc Ceramic Capacitors for General Purpose Product specifications in this catalog are as of Dec. 2017, and are subject to change or obsolescence without notice. Please consult the approval sheet before ordering.Please read rating and Cautions first. Reference only CAUTION 1. OPERATING VOLTAGE When DC-rated capacitors are to be used in AC or ripple current circuits, be sure to maintain the Vp-p value of the applied voltage or the Vo-p which contains DC bias within the rated voltage range. When the voltage is started to apply to the circuit or it is stopped applying, the irregular voltage may be generated for a transit period because of resonance or switching. Be sure to use a capacitor within rated voltage containing these irregular voltage. Pulse Pulse Voltage DC Voltage DC+AC Voltage AC Voltage Voltage(1) Voltage(2) Positional Vo-p Vp-p Vo-p Vp-p Vp-p Measurement 2. OPERATING TEMPERATURE AND SELF-GENERATED HEAT Keep the surface temperature of a capacitor below the upper limit of its rated operating temperature range. Be sure to take into account the heat generated by the capacitor itself. When the capacitor is used in a high-frequency current, pulse current or the like, it may have the self- generated heat due to dielectric-loss. Applied voltage should be the load such as self-generated heat is within 20 ?C on the condition of atmosphere temperature 25 ?C. When measuring, use a thermocouple of small thermal capacity-K of ?0.1mm and be in the condition where capacitor is not affected by radiant heat of other components and wind of surroundings. Excessive heat may lead to deterioration of the capacitor?s characteristics and reliability.(Never attempt to perform measurement with the cooling fan running. Otherwise, accurate measurement cannot be ensured.) 3. TEST CONDITION FOR WITHSTANDING VOLTAGE (1) TEST EQUIPMENT Test equipment for AC withstanding voltage should be used with the performance of the wave similar to 50/60 Hz sine wave. If the distorted sine wave or over load exceeding the specified voltage value is applied, the defective may be caused. (2) VOLTAGE APPLIED METHOD When the withstanding voltage is applied, capacitor?s lead or terminal should be firmly connected to the out-put of the withstanding voltage test equipment, and then the voltage should be raised from near zero to the test voltage. If the test voltage without the raise from near zero voltage would be applied directly to capacitor, test voltage should be applied with the *zero cross. At the end of the test time, the test voltage should be reduced to near zero, and then capacitor?s lead or terminal should be taken off the out-put of the withstanding voltage test equipment. If the test voltage without the raise from near zero voltage would voltage sine wave be applied directly to capacitor, the surge voltage may arise, and therefore, the defective may be caused. 0V *ZERO CROSS is the point where voltage sine wave pass 0V. zero cross - See the right figure - 4. FAIL-SAFE When capacitor would be broken, failure may result in a short circuit. Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function like a fuse on your product if failure would follow an electric shock, fire or fume. 5. VIBRATION AND IMPACT Do not expose a capacitor or its leads to excessive shock or vibration during use. EGD08E 1 / 21 Reference only 6. SOLDERING When soldering this product to a PCB/PWB, do not exceed the solder heat resistance specification of the capacitor. Subjecting this product to excessive heating could melt the internal junction solder and may result in thermal shocks that can crack the ceramic element. When soldering capacitor with a soldering iron, it should be performed in following conditions. Temperature of iron-tip : 400 ?C max. Soldering iron wattage : 50W max. Soldering time : 3.5s max. 7. BONDING, RESIN MOLDING AND COATING In case of bonding, molding or coating this product, verify that these processes do not affect the quality of capacitor by testing the performance of the bonded, molded or coated product in the intended equipment. In case of the amount of applications, dryness / hardening conditions of adhesives and molding resins containing organic solvents (ethyl acetate, methyl ethyl ketone, toluene, etc.) are unsuitable, the outer coating resin of a capacitor is damaged by the organic solvents and it may result, worst case, in a short circuit. The variation in thickness of adhesive, molding resin or coating may cause a outer coating resin cracking and/or ceramic element cracking of a capacitor in a temperature cycling. 8. TREATMENT AFTER BONDING, RESIN MOLDING AND COATING When the outer coating is hot (over 100 ?) after soldering, it becomes soft and fragile. So please be careful not to give it mechanical stress. Failure to follow the above cautions may result, worst case, in a short circuit and cause fuming or partial dispersion when the product is used. 9. OPERATING AND STORAGE ENVIRONMENT The insulating coating of capacitors does not form a perfect seal; therefore, do not use or store capacitors in a corrosive atmosphere, especially where chloride gas, sulfide gas, acid, alkali, salt or the like are present. And avoid exposure to moisture. Before cleaning, bonding, or molding this product, verify that these processes do not affect product quality by testing the performance of a cleaned, bonded or molded product in the intended equipment. Store the capacitors where the temperature and relative humidity do not exceed -10 to 40 ?C and 15 to 85%. Use capacitors within 6 months after delivered. Check the solderability after 6 months or more. 10. LIMITATION OF APPLICATIONS Please contact us before using our products for the applications listed below which require especially high reliability for the prevention of defects which might directly cause damage to the third party?s life, body or property. 1. Aircraft equipment 2. Aerospace equipment 3. Undersea equipment 4. Power plant control equipment 5. Medical equipment 6. Transportation equipment (vehicles, trains, ships, etc.) 7. Traffic signal equipment 8. Disaster prevention / crime prevention equipment 9. Data-processing equipment exerting influence on public 10. Application of similar complexity and/or reliability requirements to the applications listed in the above. EGD08E 2 / 21 Reference Specification Type SA Safety Standard Certified Lead Type Disc Ceramic Capacitors for General Purpose Product specifications in this catalog are as of Dec. 2017, and are subject to change or obsolescence without notice. Please consult the approval sheet before ordering.Please read rating and Cautions first. Reference Specification Type SA Safety Standard Certified Lead Type Disc Ceramic Capacitors for General Purpose Product specifications in this catalog are as of Dec. 2017, and are subject to change or obsolescence without notice. Please consult the approval sheet before ordering.Please read rating and Cautions first. Reference only CAUTION 1. OPERATING VOLTAGE When DC-rated capacitors are to be used in AC or ripple current circuits, be sure to maintain the Vp-p value of the applied voltage or the Vo-p which contains DC bias within the rated voltage range. When the voltage is started to apply to the circuit or it is stopped applying, the irregular voltage may be generated for a transit period because of resonance or switching. Be sure to use a capacitor within rated voltage containing these irregular voltage. Pulse Pulse Voltage DC Voltage DC+AC Voltage AC Voltage Voltage(1) Voltage(2) Positional Vo-p Vp-p Vo-p Vp-p Vp-p Measurement 2. OPERATING TEMPERATURE AND SELF-GENERATED HEAT Keep the surface temperature of a capacitor below the upper limit of its rated operating temperature range. Be sure to take into account the heat generated by the capacitor itself. When the capacitor is used in a high-frequency current, pulse current or the like, it may have the self- generated heat due to dielectric-loss. Applied voltage should be the load such as self-generated heat is within 20 ?C on the condition of atmosphere temperature 25 ?C. When measuring, use a thermocouple of small thermal capacity-K of ?0.1mm and be in the condition where capacitor is not affected by radiant heat of other components and wind of surroundings. Excessive heat may lead to deterioration of the capacitor?s characteristics and reliability.(Never attempt to perform measurement with the cooling fan running. Otherwise, accurate measurement cannot be ensured.) 3. TEST CONDITION FOR WITHSTANDING VOLTAGE (1) TEST EQUIPMENT Test equipment for AC withstanding voltage should be used with the performance of the wave similar to 50/60 Hz sine wave. If the distorted sine wave or over load exceeding the specified voltage value is applied, the defective may be caused. (2) VOLTAGE APPLIED METHOD When the withstanding voltage is applied, capacitor?s lead or terminal should be firmly connected to the out-put of the withstanding voltage test equipment, and then the voltage should be raised from near zero to the test voltage. If the test voltage without the raise from near zero voltage would be applied directly to capacitor, test voltage should be applied with the *zero cross. At the end of the test time, the test voltage should be reduced to near zero, and then capacitor?s lead or terminal should be taken off the out-put of the withstanding voltage test equipment. If the test voltage without the raise from near zero voltage would voltage sine wave be applied directly to capacitor, the surge voltage may arise, and therefore, the defective may be caused. 0V *ZERO CROSS is the point where voltage sine wave pass 0V. zero cross - See the right figure - 4. FAIL-SAFE When capacitor would be broken, failure may result in a short circuit. Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function like a fuse on your product if failure would follow an electric shock, fire or fume. 5. VIBRATION AND IMPACT Do not expose a capacitor or its leads to excessive shock or vibration during use. EGD08E 1 / 21 Reference Specification Type SA Safety Standard Certified Lead Type Disc Ceramic Capacitors for General Purpose Product specifications in this catalog are as of Dec. 2017, and are subject to change or obsolescence without notice. Please consult the approval sheet before ordering.Please read rating and Cautions first. Reference Specification Type SA Safety Standard Certified Lead Type Disc Ceramic Capacitors for General Purpose Product specifications in this catalog are as of Dec. 2017, and are subject to change or obsolescence without notice. Please consult the approval sheet before ordering.Please read rating and Cautions first. Reference only CAUTION 1. OPERATING VOLTAGE When DC-rated capacitors are to be used in AC or ripple current circuits, be sure to maintain the Vp-p value of the applied voltage or the Vo-p which contains DC bias within the rated voltage range. When the voltage is started to apply to the circuit or it is stopped applying, the irregular voltage may be generated for a transit period because of resonance or switching. Be sure to use a capacitor within rated voltage containing these irregular voltage. Pulse Pulse Voltage DC Voltage DC+AC Voltage AC Voltage Voltage(1) Voltage(2) Positional Vo-p Vp-p Vo-p Vp-p Vp-p Measurement 2. OPERATING TEMPERATURE AND SELF-GENERATED HEAT Keep the surface temperature of a capacitor below the upper limit of its rated operating temperature range. Be sure to take into account the heat generated by the capacitor itself. When the capacitor is used in a high-frequency current, pulse current or the like, it may have the self- generated heat due to dielectric-loss. Applied voltage should be the load such as self-generated heat is within 20 ?C on the condition of atmosphere temperature 25 ?C. When measuring, use a thermocouple of small thermal capacity-K of ?0.1mm and be in the condition where capacitor is not affected by radiant heat of other components and wind of surroundings. Excessive heat may lead to deterioration of the capacitor?s characteristics and reliability.(Never attempt to perform measurement with the cooling fan running. Otherwise, accurate measurement cannot be ensured.) 3. TEST CONDITION FOR WITHSTANDING VOLTAGE (1) TEST EQUIPMENT Test equipment for AC withstanding voltage should be used with the performance of the wave similar to 50/60 Hz sine wave. If the distorted sine wave or over load exceeding the specified voltage value is applied, the defective may be caused. (2) VOLTAGE APPLIED METHOD When the withstanding voltage is applied, capacitor?s lead or terminal should be firmly connected to the out-put of the withstanding voltage test equipment, and then the voltage should be raised from near zero to the test voltage. If the test voltage without the raise from near zero voltage would be applied directly to capacitor, test voltage should be applied with the *zero cross. At the end of the test time, the test voltage should be reduced to near zero, and then capacitor?s lead or terminal should be taken off the out-put of the withstanding voltage test equipment. If the test voltage without the raise from near zero voltage would voltage sine wave be applied directly to capacitor, the surge voltage may arise, and therefore, the defective may be caused. 0V *ZERO CROSS is the point where voltage sine wave pass 0V. zero cross - See the right figure - 4. FAIL-SAFE When capacitor would be broken, failure may result in a short circuit. Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function like a fuse on your product if failure would follow an electric shock, fire or fume. 5. VIBRATION AND IMPACT Do not expose a capacitor or its leads to excessive shock or vibration during use. EGD08E 1 / 21 Reference only 6. SOLDERING When soldering this product to a PCB/PWB, do not exceed the solder heat resistance specification of the capacitor. Subjecting this product to excessive heating could melt the internal junction solder and may result in thermal shocks that can crack the ceramic element. When soldering capacitor with a soldering iron, it should be performed in following conditions. Temperature of iron-tip : 400 ?C max. Soldering iron wattage : 50W max. Soldering time : 3.5s max. 7. BONDING, RESIN MOLDING AND COATING In case of bonding, molding or coating this product, verify that these processes do not affect the quality of capacitor by testing the performance of the bonded, molded or coated product in the intended equipment. In case of the amount of applications, dryness / hardening conditions of adhesives and molding resins containing organic solvents (ethyl acetate, methyl ethyl ketone, toluene, etc.) are unsuitable, the outer coating resin of a capacitor is damaged by the organic solvents and it may result, worst case, in a short circuit. The variation in thickness of adhesive, molding resin or coating may cause a outer coating resin cracking and/or ceramic element cracking of a capacitor in a temperature cycling. 8. TREATMENT AFTER BONDING, RESIN MOLDING AND COATING When the outer coating is hot (over 100 ?) after soldering, it becomes soft and fragile. So please be careful not to give it mechanical stress. Failure to follow the above cautions may result, worst case, in a short circuit and cause fuming or partial dispersion when the product is used. 9. OPERATING AND STORAGE ENVIRONMENT The insulating coating of capacitors does not form a perfect seal; therefore, do not use or store capacitors in a corrosive atmosphere, especially where chloride gas, sulfide gas, acid, alkali, salt or the like are present. And avoid exposure to moisture. Before cleaning, bonding, or molding this product, verify that these processes do not affect product quality by testing the performance of a cleaned, bonded or molded product in the intended equipment. Store the capacitors where the temperature and relative humidity do not exceed -10 to 40 ?C and 15 to 85%. Use capacitors within 6 months after delivered. Check the solderability after 6 months or more. 10. LIMITATION OF APPLICATIONS Please contact us before using our products for the applications listed below which require especially high reliability for the prevention of defects which might directly cause damage to the third party?s life, body or property. 1. Aircraft equipment 2. Aerospace equipment 3. Undersea equipment 4. Power plant control equipment 5. Medical equipment 6. Transportation equipment (vehicles, trains, ships, etc.) 7. Traffic signal equipment 8. Disaster prevention / crime prevention equipment 9. Data-processing equipment exerting influence on public 10. Application of similar complexity and/or reliability requirements to the applications listed in the above. EGD08E 2 / 21

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