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105℃ SMD Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors MLF Series EMLF350ARA100MF73G

  • Solvent Resistance
  • RoHS
  • Long Life
  • Power Supply Smoothing/General Electronic Equipment etc

EMLF350ARA100MF73G

Suitable for applications requiring long life and low impedance.

Part Number EMLF350ARA100MF73G
Status
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In Production:Product is in mass production.
NRND:Not recommended for new design.
To be Discontinued:We are planning to discontinue production of this item.
Discontinued:Production of this product has stopped.
Under development :Products under development. Listed product specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
In Production
Successor model -
Series MLF
Polarity Polar
Category Temperature Range -25~105 ℃
Temperature Characteristics, Case Code (inch/mm) -
Rated voltage 35 Vdc
Capacitance 10 µF
Capacitance Tolerance -20~20%(M) / 20℃, 120Hz
Internal resistance (Typ.)
Internal resistance (Max.)
Dimensions ⌀ D 6.3mm
Dimensions H -mm
Dimensions L 7mm
Rated ripple current 30mArms / 105℃ / 120Hz
Rated ripple voltage - Vac / -Hz
Impedance
ESR -
Leakage current 10.5 μA max / 20℃, after 2 minutes
Dissipation Factor (tanδ) 0.14 max / 20℃, 120Hz
Max. Charging and Discharging Current - Arms / -Hz
Number of Charging/Discharging Cycles - × 104 times
Endurance Temperature/Time/Overload 105℃ / 10000hrs / DC
Shelf Life Temperature/Time 105℃ / 1000hrs
Terminal Coating Sn-Bi
Elements -
Reference weight
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This is a representing value calculated from a standard material composition.
Note that the reference weights are not considered as guaranteed value.
0.5g
Minimum order quantity
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This is the packing quantity for standard packing specifications.
1000 pcs
RoHS Compliant
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10 Restricted Substances
2011/65/EU and (EU) 2015/863
Compliant
AEC-Q200
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Please refer to AEC-Q 200 for details.
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Rated ripple current multipliers

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Frequency multipliers
Frequency [Hz]1201k10k100k
Multipliers1.001.301.401.50

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