1 High-Voltage Types Ordering information , Mica capacitors Ordering information Ordering information : Order by complete part number, as below. For other options,write your require- ments on your quote request or purchase order. Cast-Case Part Numbering System 271 30 B 470 J O 0. CDE Rated Peak CapacCapacitance Capacitance Temperature Range Mounting Style Type voltage 470 = 47 pF Tolerance O = 55 C to +125 C 0 = No mounting plate 10 = 1000 361 = 360 pF G = 2% 1 = Mounting plate 30 = 3000 122 = 1200 pF J = 5% on bottom only 250 = 25000 2 = Mounting plates Characteristic on top and bottom Standard Temp. Coeff. Cap. ppm/ C Capacitance Drift Range B Not specified Not specified C 200 to +200 ( + ) 1 18 pF. D 100 to +100 ( + ). E 20 to +100 ( + ) 20 82 pF.
2 Potted Case Styles Transmitting mica capacitor type 272 is available in potted case package Type F2. To order this potted style use the part numbering below and contact us. F2 30 B 470 J M. CDE Rated Peak CapacCapacitance Capacitance Temperature Range Type voltage 470 = 47 pF Tolerance M = 55 C to +70 C. (in hundreds 361 = 360 pF G = 2%. of peak work- 122 = 1200 pF J = 5%. ing volts) (standard). Characteristic Military Style Numbers For the commercial equivalent to military style numbers CM66 through CM93 see the tables below. Military Style No. Equivalent CDE Type Military Style No. Equivalent CDE Type CM66 271, Mounting Style 0 CM81 292, Mounting Style 0. CM67 271, Mounting Style 1 CM82 292, Mounting Style 1. CM68 271, Mounting Style 2 CM83 292, Mounting Style 2.
3 CM70 F2 CM86 293, Mounting Style 0. CM71 272, Mounting Style 0 CM87 293, Mounting Style 1. CM72 272, Mounting Style 1 CM88 293, Mounting Style 2. CM73 272, Mounting Style 2 CM91 294, Mounting Style 0. CM76 291, Mounting Style 0 CM92 294, Mounting Style 1. CM77 291, Mounting Style 1 CM93 294, Mounting Style 2. CM78 291, Mounting Style 2. CDM Cornell Dubilier 140 Technology Place Liberty, SC 29657 Phone: (864)843-2277 Fax: (864)843-3800 High-Voltage Types Application Guide, Mica capacitors Type 271 Type 273. MOUNTING STYLE 0 MOUNTING STYLE 1 MOUNTING STYLE 2. TOLERANCES UNLESS. Type 272 OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: .031. Cast-Case Styles MOUNTING STYLE 0 MOUNTING STYLE 1 MOUNTING STYLE 2. Type 291 Type 292. MOUNTING STYLE 0 MOUNTING STYLE 1 MOUNTING STYLE 2 MOUNTING STYLE 0 MOUNTING STYLE 1 MOUNTING STYLE 2.
4 Type 293 Type 294. MOUNTING STYLE 0 MOUNTING STYLE 1 MOUNTING STYLE 2 MOUNTING STYLE 0 MOUNTING STYLE 1 MOUNTING STYLE 2. CDM Cornell Dubilier 140 Technology Place Liberty, SC 29657 Phone: (864)843-2277 Fax: (864)843-3800 High-Voltage Types Application Guide, Mica capacitors CDM Cornell Dubilier 140 Technology Place Liberty, SC 29657 Phone: (864)843-2277 Fax: (864)843-3800 High-Voltage Types Application Guide, Mica capacitors Specifcations Capacitance is within tolerance Case Insulation: Capacitor cases Temperature Cycling Test Con- when measured at these frequen- will withstand, without damage, arc- ditions cies: ing or breakdown, a 60-Hz peak ac Steps Temp Interval 1 1000 pF @ 1 MHz potential equal to twice the rated ( C) (Minutes). > 1000 pF @ 1 kHz peak voltage applied between the 1 55 + 0 30.
5 Dissipation Factor is typically less terminals connected together and 3. than when measured as a metal electrode touching the case. 2 25 +10 10 to 15. above. Dissipation factor (DF) equals Apply this potential for 1to 5 sec- 5. 2 fRC, where f is the test frequency, onds. 3 125 + 3 30. R is the equivalent series resistance Current Ratings at various 0. ( ), and C is nominal capacitance fre-quencies are in the listings and 4 25 +10 10 to 15. (F). Q is the reciprocal of the dissipa- ap-ply under the following condi- 5. tion factor. tions: Immersion Test Conditions Operating Temperature Range is Temperature: 65 C maximum Number of cycles: 2. 55 C to +125 C. Insulation Resis- Derating Factor: None Duration of each immersion: 15. tance is no less than 7500 M when Vibration: capacitors will with- minutes measured at 100 Vdc.
6 Stand vibrational forces occurring Immersion bath: Saturated solu- Temperature Coefcient and Ca- at rates of from 10 to 55 Hz for 4 tion of sodium chloride and water pacitance Drift: Measure the capac- hours. The total excursion during vi- Temp. of hot bath: 65 0 +5 C. itors' capacitance at 25 C, 55 C, 25 bration is inches. At the end of Temp. of cold bath: 25 0 +10 C. C, 125 C, and at 25 C after stabi- this period, make the following in- Life Test: Subject all capacitors lizing at each temperature. The ca- spections and tests: to a temperature of 55 C for 48. pacitance will meet the limits of the Visual and Mechanical Inspection: hours. Then subject units cast in Characteristic table shown in Order- No perceptible deterioration. With- rectangular cases ( Types 271, 272, ing information .)
7 Standing voltage : As specifed under and 273) to a 60-Hz rms voltage Rated Peak voltage is not to be ex- Withstanding voltage . equal to the rated peak voltage ceeded in actual use. voltage ratings Insulation Resistance: No less than for 250 hours. Subject units cast in are in the listings and apply under 7500 M . cylindrical cases ( Types 291, 292, the following conditions: Capacitance Change: Not to exceed 293, and 294) to a 60-Hz rms volt- Temperature: Within the specifed 3% of the nominal value or one pico- age equal to 90% of the rated peak operating temperature range. farad, whichever is greater. voltage for 250 hours. In both Altitude: Up to 50,000 feet or Temperature and Immersion Cy- tests, maintain the temperature inches of mercury.
8 Cling: capacitors will withstand the at 125 C. After test, the capacitors Relative Humidity: Up to 80%. temperature and immersion cycles will meet these requirements: Frequency: As specifed. indicated in the tables below. Fol- Withstanding voltage : As speci- Where pulse conditions are en- low three temperature cycles by two fed under Withstanding voltage . countered, contact us. immersion cycles. Make the mea- Insulation Resistance: No less than Withstanding voltage : capacitors surements listed below no more 7500 M . will withstand application of an ac than 30 minutes following the fnal Capacitance Change: Within the potential between terminals hav- immersion cycle: limits given in the table below or ing an rms value equal to the rated Withstanding voltage : As specifed one picofarad, whichever is great- peak voltage at a frequency of 100 under Withstanding voltage .
9 Er. Hz or less without damage, arcing or Insulation Resistance: No less than Characteristic Maximum Cap. breakdown. Apply the potential by 7500 M . B 8%. raising the voltage from zero to the Capacitance: Change not to exceed C 3%. specifed value. Apply the full po- 4% of the nominal value or one pico- D 3%. tential for a minimum of 5 seconds. farad, whichever is greater. E 3%. In addition, the capacitor must show no visual damage and the markings must be legible CDM Cornell Dubilier 140 Technology Place Liberty, SC 29657 Phone: (864)843-2277 Fax: (864)843-3800 High-Voltage Types Application Guide, Mica capacitors Notice and Disclaimer: All product drawings, descriptions, specifcations, statements, information and data (collectively, the information ) in this datasheet or other publication are subject to change.
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