By G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson
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R. The capacitance shall not have changed by more than 20%. 5% maximum. To Order: Specify Erie Catalog Number, Temperature Characteristic and Capacitance Tolerance. 28 ERIE AND STYLES CAPACITORS. 8133 FIXED 8003 DETAILS Cap. Pf. 10 22 33 47 100 150 220 270 330 390 470 560 680 820 1000 1200 1500 1800 2200 2700 3300 3900 4700 5600 6800 8200 10000 12000 15000 18000 22000 33000 39000 47000 56000 68000 82000 100000 WVDC 200V 200V 200V 200V 200V 200V 200V 200V 200V 200V 200V 200V Mil Part No. (CK06) NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA tCK06CW122*.
PERFORMANCE CURVES (TYPICAL· AVERAGE) Dissipation Factor (%) vs. Temperature Percent Capacitance Change vs. Temperature +20 At 25°C, 1000 Meg. - -20 — —■ -40 +25 +45 +65 TEMPERATÜRE (°C) +85 +105 +125 50 TEMPERATURE (°C) +145 +165 insulation Resistance vs. 000 8 10 6 4 Percent Capacitance Change vs. Frequency - ■■ 1 - _ 1 n ~- Yà %. o 2 ■-[-- % 1000 8 6 ~1 • 1 % -2P » S 4 a« 2 100 100 1KC 10KC lOOKC IMC 10MC TEMPERATURE (°C) FREQUENCY Capacitance Change vs. RMS Voltage 1Percent Capacitance Change vs .
Solder coated copper leads available. 2. Refer to factory drawing 6 0 2 5 for V K 3 0 B X . 3. Maximum capacitance deviation over operating temperature range: ± 1 5 % without voltage, and + 1 5 % , - 2 5 % at full rated voltage. 04 jiy F (EG JEN Y tec ÎOKC I 10 7 I *'" MC Capacitance Change D i s s i p a t i o n Factor vs. Frequency vs. F r e q u e n c y V O L T A G E EFFECTS. 0 mc. If the capacitors are to be operated at a known frequency and voltage, compensation may be made by correct selection of initial capacitance value.
American Ultraminiature Component Parts Data 1965–66 by G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson