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KEMET Corporation Capacitors Series PEH536VCD3180M2

Product Details

Snap-In Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors

PEH536 Series, +105°C

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Overview

KEMET's PEH536 is a long-life electrolytic capacitor designed to offer high ripple current capability and low mounting cost. Low ESR is the result of a very low resistive paper/electrolyte system. Low ESR, together with the TDC thermal concept, gives the PEH536 a high ripple current capability.

Applications

Typical applications for KEMET's PEH536 capacitor include switch mode power supplies (SMPS), drives, welding equipment, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), and other power electronic applications where high current ratings and compact size are important.


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Benefits图片5.jpg

• Snap-In

• 4,600 hours at +105°C (VR, IR applied)

• PCB mounting

• Low  ESR and ESL

• High ripple current



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Part Number System

PEH536

J

AD

439

0

M

2

 Series

Rated 

Voltage 

(VDC)

Size Code

Capacitance 

Code
(µF)

Version

Capacitance
Tolerance

Termination

Snap-In type Aluminum Electrolytic

J = 35
M = 63
P = 100
R = 200
S = 250
U = 350
V = 400
Y = 450

See 

Dimension

Table

The last two digits 

represent significant figures. The first digit indicates the total number digits.

0 = Standard

M = ±20%

See 

Termination
Table


Performance Characteristics

Item

Performance Characteristics

Capacitance Range

47 – 18,000 µF

Rated Voltage

35 – 450 VDC

Operating 

Temperature

−40 to +105°C

Capacitance 

Tolerance

±20% at 100 Hz/+20°C

 

Operational 

Lifetime

D (mm)

Rated Voltage and Ripple 

Current at +105°C (hours)

Rated Voltage at 

+105°C (hours)

22 – 40

4,600

6,000

Shelf Life

4 years at +40°C 0 VDC

 

Leakage 

Current

I = 0.003 CV (µA)

C = rated capacitance  (µF), V = rated voltage (VDC). Voltage applied for 5 minutes at +20°C.

 

 

Vibration Test 

Specifications

Procedure

Requirements

0.75 mm displacement amplitude or 10 g maximum acceleration. Vibration applied for three 2-hour sessions at 10 – 500 Hz (Capacitor clamped by body).

 

No leakage of electrolyte or other visible damage. Deviations in
       capacitance from initial measurements must not exceed: Δ C/C < 5%

Standards

IEC 60384–4 long life grade 40/85/56, in accordance with CECC 30 301–809


Test Method & Performance

Endurance Life Test

Conditions

Performance

Temperature

+105°C

Test Duration

2,000 hours

Ripple 

Current

Maximum ripple current specified in table

Voltage

The sum of DC voltage and the peak AC voltage must not exceed the rated voltage of the capacitor

Performance

The following specifications will be satisfied when the 

capacitor is tested at +20°C:

Capacitance 

Change

≤ 160 V

Within 15% of the initial value

> 160 V

Within 10% of the initial value

Equivalent Series 

Resistance

Does not exceed 200% of the initial value

Leakage Current

Does not exceed leakage current limit


Dimensions – Millimeters


D X L

 

Size Code

Dimensions in mm

Approximate Weight Grams

D1

L1

±0.5

±1.0

22 x 30

AC

22.5

31

14

22 x 35

AD

22.5

36

15

22 x 40

AE

22.5

41

17

22 x 45

AF

22.5

46

19

22 x 50

AG

22.5

51

21

25 x 25

BB

25.5

26

19

25 x 30

BC

25.5

31

21

25 x 35

BD

25.5

36

24

25 x 40

BE

25.5

41

27

25 x 45

BF

25.5

46

30

25 x 50

BG

25.5

51

33

30 x 25

CB

30.5

26

24

30 x 30

CC

30.5

31

29

30 x 35

CD

30.5

36

34

30 x 40

CE

30.5

41

39

30 x 45

CF

30.5

46

45

30 x 50

CG

30.5

51

51

35 x 25

DB

35.5

26

32

35 x 30

DC

35.5

31

40

35 x 35

DD

35.5

36

48

35 x 40

DE

35.5

41

56

35 x 45

DF

35.5

46

64

35 x 50

DG

35.5

51

72

35 x 55

DH

35.5

56

85

35 x 60

DI

35.5

61

88

40 x 60

EI

40.5

61

115

40 x 70

EK

40.5

71

135

40 x 80

EM

40.5

81

155

40 x 100

EQ

40.5

101

175

Note: Add 0.5 mm to D and 1 mm to L for Sleeving


Termination Tables

Termination Code

 

2

 

2S

 

3

 

4

 

4S

Diameter (mm)

22

 

 

25

 

 

30

 

 

35

40

Mounting: These capacitors are designed to be mounted by their terminations alone and may be used in any position. Dummy pins on 4-pin decks must be isolated.


Termination
     Code

Termination

LL

Style

±1

Standard Termination Option

2

2 Pin

6.3

4 (D = 40)

4 Pin

6.3

Other Termination Options

2S

2 Pin

4

3

3 Pin

4

4S

4 Pin

4

Dimensions in mm

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Shelf Life

The capacitance, ESR and impedance of a capacitor will not change significantly after extended storage periods, however the leakage current will very slowly  increase.  KEMET products are particularly stable and allow a shelf life in excess of three years at 40°C. See sectional specification under each product series for specific data.


Re-age (Reforming) Procedure

Apply the rated voltage to the capacitor at room temperature for a period of one hour, or until the leakage current has fallen to a steady value below the specified limit. During re-aging a maximum charging current of twice the specified leakage current or 5 mA (whichever is greater) is suggested.


Reliability

The reliability of a component can be defined as the probability that it will perform satisfactorily under a given set of conditions for a given length of time.

In practice, it is impossible to predict with absolute certainty how any individual component will perform; thus, we must utilize probability theory. It is also necessary to clearly define the level of stress involved (e.g. operating voltage, ripple current, temperature and time). Finally, the meaning of satisfactory performance must be defined by specifying a set of conditions which determine the end of life of the component.

Reliability as a function of time, R(t), is normally expressed as: R(t)=e-λt

where R(t) is the probability that the component will perform satisfactorily for time t, and λ is the failure rate.


Failure Rate

The failure rate is the number of components failing per unit time. The failure rate of most electronic components follows the characteristic pattern:

• Early failures are removed during the manufacturing process.

• The operational life is characterized by a constant failure rate.

• The wear out period is characterized by a rapidly increasing failure rate.

The failures  in time (FIT) are given with a 60% confidence  level for the various type codes. By convention, FIT is expressed as

1 x 10-9 failures per hour. Failure rate is also expressed as a percentage of failures per 1,000 hours. e.g., 100 FIT = 1 x 10-7 failures per hour = 0.01%/1,000 hours


End of Life Definition

Catastrophic Failure: short circuit, open circuit or safety vent operation

Parametric Failure:

• Change in capacitance  > ±10%

• Leakage current > specified limit

• ESR > 2 x initial ESR value

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