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ECIA - EIA-60384-19

Fixed Capacitors for Use in Electronic Equipment - Part 19: Sectional Specification - Fixed Metallized Polyethylene- Terephthalate Film Dielectric Surface Mount d.c. Capacitors

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Organization: ECIA
Publication Date: 1 October 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 35
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This part of IEC 60384 is applicable to fixed surface mount capacitors for direct current, with metallized electrodes and polyethylene-terephthalate dielectric for use in electronic equipment. These capacitors have metallized connecting pads or soldering strips and are intended to be mounted directly onto substrates for hybrid circuits or onto printed boards. These capacitors may have "self-healing properties" depending on conditions of use. They are primarily intended for applications where the a.c. component is small with respect to the rated voltage.

Capacitors for electromagnetic interference suppression are not included, but are covered by IEC 60384-14.

Document History

EIA-60384-19
October 1, 2017
Fixed Capacitors for Use in Electronic Equipment - Part 19: Sectional Specification - Fixed Metallized Polyethylene- Terephthalate Film Dielectric Surface Mount d.c. Capacitors
This part of IEC 60384 is applicable to fixed surface mount capacitors for direct current, with metallized electrodes and polyethylene-terephthalate dielectric for use in electronic equipment. These...
October 1, 2014
Fixed Capacitors for Use in Electronic Equipment – Part 19: Sectional Specification – Fixed Metallized Polyphenylene- Terephthalate Film Dielectric Surface Mount d.c. Capacitors
This part of IEC 60384 is applicable to fixed surface mount capacitors for direct current, with metallized electrodes and polyethylene-terephthalate dielectric for use in electronic equipment. These...

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