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A camera module's image circle refers to the circle or range over which the light that passes through the lens forms an image. The way the image looks is determined by the size of the image circle and the size of the light receiving area of the image sensor. The optical axis is the center of the image circle and the axis of the optical center.
The DC-internal resistance (DCIR) of supercapacitors is the measurement value for the internal resistance of the capacitor cell, and the direct current normally used for measurement.
The leakage current (LC) of supercapacitors is the minuscule current that flows when the rated voltage continues to be applied to the capacitor.
Supercapacitors energy density is the amount of energy per unit of volume that can be obtained from charged supercapacitors.
Supercapacitors capacitance is its ability to store electric charge, and is measured in farads (F).
MSL stands for Moisture Sensitivity Level, and is one of the standards developed by JEDEC. It has been established with the aim of preventing a phenomenon in which the sealing resin used primarily in semiconductors and similar components absorbs moisture from the atmosphere, which vaporizes during processes such as reflow soldering. This causes volumetric expansion which can lead to damage.
Bias characteristic refer to a phenomenon in which the effective capacitance of a ceramic capacitor changes when a voltage is applied.
LC modules combine coils [L] and capacitors [C] into a modular package. They simplify board mounting and effectively reduce production costs.
Camera module AR (Anti Reflection) refers to treatment applied to the lens or glass to prevent reflection. This suppresses excess reflection and reduces losses when light passes through the lens.
Nanocrystalline are soft magnetic materials that have nano-sized crystals in amorphous alloys.
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